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18th Alabama Infantry CSA

Name: John James MickleRank: Captain Company:
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Name: Joel William TrussRank: Private Company:
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Name: John T. VesselsRank: Private Company:
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Name: Joseph VinesRank: Unknown Company:
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Name: Henry S. BradfordRank: Private Company: A
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Name: Emanuel T. CollinsRank: Private Company: A
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Name: Julian Preston HutchinsonRank: Private Company: A
Enlisted as a Private on 22 July 1861 at the age of 18.
Discharged on 22 November 1862.
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Name: Noah Oliver HutchinsonRank: Captain Company: A
Enlisted as a Private on 22 July 1861 at the age of 20.
Elected to 3rd Sergeant on 15 November 1861.
Appointed as 1st Sergeant on 15 July 1862.
Promoted to Captain.
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Name: William Morel MoxleyRank: Major Company: A
Information regarding William Moxley from the book, 'Oh What a Loansome Time I Had'. The Civil War Letters of Major William Morel Moxley, Eighteenth Alabama Infantry, and Emily Beck Moxley by Thomas Cutrer. This book provides detailed information regarding battles, health issues of soldiers and stuggles family members endured on the home front. William Moxley was my 4 great-grandfather.
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Name: Thomas J. SimsRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: A
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Name: William Lord WillisRank: Unknown Company: A
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Name: James Madison BeanRank: Private Company: B
My great grandad and his six brothers all served in Gunter's BAttalion (1st Ala Partisan Rangers) then the 18th Ala inf which merged with the 33rd Ala Inf; eventually they were in the 4th Conf Inf (as they called it) which was later renamed the 34th TN Inf after the war. My greatgrandad was wounded at New Hope Church.
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Name: James George Washington DykesRank: Private Company: B
Born 2/28/1843 - Died 7/22/l922 -- Buried: Dykes Cemetery at Greenhead, Washington County, FL
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Name: Charles Piddy HavardRank: Private Company: B
1840-1915
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Name: Lewis HavardRank: Private Company: B
1836-1863 Died of pneumonia at the Alabama Military Hospital in Richmond, Virginia on 9 Oct 1863.
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Name: John Thomas Warren LarkinsRank: Private Company: B
Wounded at Shiloh
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Name: Napoleon Bonapart PowellRank: 3rd Sergeant Company: B
Napoleon Bonapart Powell – enlisted July 9, 1861 at Andalusia Alabama as a 3rd Sergeant. He was later promoted to 2nd Lieutenant. He resigned (being a supernumerary officer) August 13th, 1864 and it was accepted effective September 3, 1864.
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Name: Windal W. TaylorRank: Private Company: B
my great great grandfather Windal Taylor fought with the 18th at Shiloh and was captured at Spanish Fort. Looking for any information any Taylor descendents may have. Thank you!
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Name: Jacob Henry YoungRank: Private Company: B
On July 26,1861 Jacob H. Young enlisted in Co.B 18 Ala. Infantry in Andalusia,AL by Capt.J.T. Brady. Jacob died in the war the same year.His Wife was Mahala Marganna Nichols Young. they had 3 childern William Riley Young,(1854) Daniel Castillian Young 1 Nov 1859 and John Henry Harrison Young Oct. 24, 1861. Mahala remaried in Jan 1863 to Job Manning and had 4 children: Elizabeth 1864, Ica Dora 1869 Margaret1869 and Mahala 1871
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Name: William B. BradshawRank: Private Company: C
My Great Grandfather. Billy was just 17 upon enlistment. The tale told to me by my father was that he was totally blind, having been blinded in one eye in a slingshot fight as a boy and losing the other to powder burns from the war. Through all the battles he took part in, he was never wounded. Somewhere near Mobile, possibly at Blakely, he was captured. He was given a choice of joining the Union Navy or certain death in a Northern prison camp. Obviously choosing the latter, he mustered out of the Navy in 1865 suffering from advancing blindness. My father said Billy told his family that fighting for slavery was the worst mistake he ever made.
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Name: Benjamin Franklin DoroughRank: Private Company: C
Benjamin was my gggrandfather. He enlisted in Cedar Grove Ala on 24July1861. Surrendered at Citronelle,Ala.May 4 1865 Paroled at Meridian Miss May 12 1865.
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Name: Manson Fed GlassRank: Unknown Company: C
From the information that i have recieved he was in the battle of shilo and wounded in the shoulder and he was also in the battle of Chicamauga were he was again wounded
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Name: Marcus J. TrussRank: Private Company: C
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Name: Zachariah Taylor HendersonRank: Private Company: D
Fought in the Battle of Shiloh.
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Name: John Edley KirbyRank: Private Company: D
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Name: James W. PresleyRank: Corporal Company: D
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Name: Benjamin F. SmithRank: Private Company: D
My g-g-uncle. Also served as a Pvt. in Co. D, 2nd Battalion, Georgia Sharpshooters.
Contact Name: James Kilpatrick
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Name: Patrick SmithRank: Sergeant Company: D
Born in Alabama on January 22, 1825 to Patrick Smith, Sr. and Mary 'Polly' Lindsay Smith, Patrick Smith Jr. enlisted as a private, from Coosa County Alabama, in Co. D. 18th Alabama Infantry on July 4, 1861.

On May 23, 1851, Patrick Smith Jr. married Mary N. Palmer. They lived most of their lives in Coosa County where they raised their family. They moved to Clanton, Chilton County, Alabama after 1880. Their children were: Abram S., William H., Nancy A.R., Mary J., James P., Alfred, Thomas, and Joseph A.('Lonnie').

Patrick Smith secured a pension for his service and stated in his pension deposition that he was shot in the shoulder at the Battle of Chickamauga.

Patrick Smith, Jr. (known to locals in Clanton, AL) as 'Uncle Paddy' died January 23, 1914. He is buried at Clanton town cemetery, next to his wife.
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Name: Barnabas H. BeachboardRank: Private Company: E
Substitute for J M Stockly. Enlisted Sept,6 1862.at 24n yrs old. He was resently married in New Orleans . Admitted to Ross hospital ,Mobile Ala 60 days with menengitis furloughed Dec 2 1863. Back in hospital July 25 1864 with epilepsy sent to First Mississippi Hospital Aug 13 1864. Fractured Thigh Jan 1864-June 22 1864. Returned to duty Aug 22 1864.
Wife Elizabeth Brinegan (married Oct 29,1859 ) was an Ambrotypes (pictures)1861 New Orleans Directory. She set up shop at Camp Monroe (training Facility ) where she died of measeles on Nov 22 1861. She was burried with soldiers.
Contact Name: Ronald K Beachboard
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Name: Hillary Bester CrouchRank: Private Company: E
Hillary Bester Crouch was transferred out the 11th MS InF. Co. E due to injury at 7 pines and into the 18th AL, which I thought was a Invalid Corps, P. A. C. S., but I have found little information on this units activities during the war. Was Co E doing double duty, both as a fighting unit as well aiding the wounded? Any help will be greatly appreciated. JC ON THE CAPE.
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Name: Solomon DodsonRank: Private Company: E
My ggggrandfather...still researching for more information on his record of service.
Contact Name: Morgan Hodkin
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Name: Robert H. MaharreyRank: Private Company: E
From Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Migrated to Pontotoc County, MS after the war and died there in 1928.
Contact Name: Mark S. Maharrey
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Name: Irvin WilliamsRank: Private Company: F
Burial Fort Dale Alabama
Contact Name: John Kilgore
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Name: James Alexander DeesRank: Private Company: G
My Gr-Gr Grandfather, Pvt. James Alexander Dees,was Born: May 1845 in Mud Creek, Jefferson Co., Al. and Died: Unknown. Pvt. Dees was at the Battle of Chickamauga when he was wounded in the groin by a minnie ball.
Contact Name: Gerald R. Jefferson
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Name: Robert J. ManselRank: Unknown Company: H
Born 1842, Pike county, Al
severely wounded in both legs, never healed
His pension was approved in 1899 and the affidavit of physician was signed by Dr. E. O. Boggs, M.D. and the Mansel address was Leon Co., post office Britt, Texas.
Contact Name: Bill Mansel
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Name: Andrew Seamore MathewsRank: Unknown Company: H
Andrew fought at the battle of Chicamauga, later died at a Union prisoner of war camp.
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Name: James Champion MathewsRank: Unknown Company: H
Champion fought in the battle of Chicamauga.
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Name: Joseph Franklin MathewsRank: Unknown Company: H
Franklin fought and died at the battle of Chicamauga.
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Name: David B. YoungbloodRank: Private Company: H
Co H, 18th Alabama Infantry Regt., CSA
b 1839 in Pike County, Alabama, killed 6 April 1862 at the Battle of Shiloh. Brother of John Lake Youngblood
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Name: James J. YoungbloodRank: Private Company: H
Co H, 18th Alabama Infantry Regt., CSA
b abt 1842 in Pike County, Alabama, killed at the Battle of New Hope Church. Brother of John Lake Youngblood.
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Name: John Lake YoungbloodRank: Lieutenant Company: H
Co H, 18th Alabama Infantry Regt., CSA and Co D, 5th Alabama Infantry Regt., CSA
b 3 June 1835 in Edgefield District, South Carolina; d 27 June 1902 in Pike County, Alabama
'At the outbreak of the war he joined the Co. 'H' 18th Alabama, the company being commanded by Capt. Hamner. He was elected Lieutenant and served for some time, but later resigned and joined in Nov. '62 Co. 'D' of the 5th Alabama in the army of Northern Virginia, this company being commanded by Capt. Jonathan W. Williams, now of Greensboro, Ala. Capt. Williams declared the deceased, after long comradeship with him, the best and purest man that he had ever seen, and said that as a right-hand bower to the Chaplain he was a power in Moralizing the regiment.' (Troy Messenger)
Grandfather of Mary Youngblood Gibson
bur Oakwood Cemetery, Troy, Pike County, Alabama
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Name: Thomas Jefferson YoungbloodRank: Sergeant Company: H
Co H, 18th Alabama Infantry Regt., CSA
b 15 September 1842 in Fariorville, Bullock County, Alabama, d 25 March 1921 in Pike County, Alabama
'He enlisted as a private in Company H, Eighteenth Alabama infantry, March 10, 1862, and during the last year of the war served as sergeant. He engaged in the battles of Chickamauga, Resaca, New Hope Church, Atlanta, Jonesboro, Columbia, Franklin and Nashville, besides other smaller engagements. At Chickamauga he was twice wounded and at the siege of Atlanta was wounded by a piece of flying shell. He served gallantly as a member of the rear guard in Hood’s army in the retreat from Nashville; was at the siege of Spanish Fort, and surrendered with Gen. Richard Taylor in May, 1865. For his gallantry at Spanish Fort, where he was given command of a picked band of men and entrusted with a perilous and difficult duty, Sergeant Youngblood received public commendation from his commander, Brig. Gen. James T. Holtzclaw.' (Notable Men of Alabama: Personal and Genealogical with Portraits)
Brother of John Lake Youngblood
bur Goodhope Baptist Church Cemetery, Pike County, Alabama
Contact Name: William P. Rodgers, Jr.
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Name: Jefferson Bell ElliottRank: Private Company: I
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Name: Martin FoxRank: Private Company: I
Martin Fox was born in Ireland in Dec 1829. Martin settled in Shelby County, AL where he married Pheraby (aka Fanny or Ferry) Womack in 1856. He was in Shelby Co, AL on the 1860 Census and his enlisment into Co I, 18th AL Infantry on 19 Aug 1861 was at Harpersville. He was still in Shelby County on the 1866 State Census taken after the end of the Civil War as well as the 1870 Federal census. In 1880 he was in Etowah Co, AL & by 1900 he was in St Clair Co, AL. He applied for a pension, citing his wounds received in the Battle of Shiloh on April 6th, 1862 (wounded in both shoulders & the right hip). He received pensions from 1892-1899 in St Clair Co, AL. In 1904, 1906 & 1909 his Widow received a pension, citing his death on 17 Sep 1904. Testimonial Letter's voucing for his service & wounds came from 'Thomas Jefferson Martin' of Harpersville, AL on 20 Apr 1899 (also wounded at Shiloh), and from 'Joseph F Johnston' on 7 Apr 1899 (wounded in right forearm at the Battle of Chickamauga). * These Pensions & letters can be reviewed at http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Cyprus/1838/FoxPension.htm

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Contact Name: Vivian Smith Lehman
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Name: Moses PruittRank: Private Company: I
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Name: Thomas TrussRank: Private Company: L
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