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16th Alabama Infantry CSA

Name: Thomas Rogers CALDWELLRank: Private Company: A
Born April 4, 1837 near Newnan, Coweta County, George. origionally enlisted as Private in Company A, 16th Alabama and fought at Perryville under Bragg. Transferred to the 26th Alabama on October 5, 1861.
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Name: George G. RoopRank: Sergeant Company: A
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Name: Jesse G. SandersonRank: Private Company: A
According to the Alabama Civil War Widows Pension records for Judith L. Sanderson, Jesse G. Sanderson served in Company A of the 16th Regiment. He died (not killed) on April 13, 1863. Her pension was approved by the state board of examiners and she recived it for several years but no pension records after 1900. They were from Allsboro (sometimes Alsboro) and she was a Corsbie before her marriage to Jesse. I obtained these records from Wallace State Genealogy Department and they are also in the Alabama Historical Archives. Where Jesse died and where he is buried remains a mystery to me. Any information on Company A or Jesse G. Sanderson would be appreciated.
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Name: George N. WallaceRank: Private Company: A
George N. Wallace was wounded in Dec 1862 in Mufreesboro, TN (shot in the back of his head and left foot). He was wounded again in Sept. 1863 at Chickamauga, GA (shot in the left side of his head and his left ankle). He was captured at Salsberg and imprisoned at Camp Chase. He was released after the war and returned to Colbert Co., AL where he died Dec 27, 1897.
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Name: Benjamin F. BriggsRank: Private Company: B
U.S park Service has Benjamin listed as Briggs, Benjamin F.16th Infantry Co. B, AND Benjamin F. Bugg Co. E 16th Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry, Private. The 1870 census has him as Bugg B.F. d.o.b for all 6 family member have the correct first name and d.o.b. but have Bugg as last name. Then in 1880 the name changes back to Briggs. I know the Briggs is correct but don't know why he used Bugg.On one card(USNPS) it has Brigg, B.F.and under ALTERNATE NAME it has Benjamin F./Bugg
Contact Name: ERVING BRIGGS
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Name: Andrew Malone HillRank: Private Company: B
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Name: Warren W. RodenRank: Private Company: B
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Name: James B. TuckerRank: Private Company: B
Joined 18 July, 1861 at Courtland, Lawrence Co. AL
Brother to Robert Humphries Tucker.
Lost shortly after 3 December 1863 KIA
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Name: Roobert Humphries TuckerRank: Private Company: B
Joined 18 July, 1861 at Courtland Lawrence Co., AL
Wounded, POW
Brother to James B. Tucker
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Name: James M. WhitworthRank: Private Company: B
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Name: Edward ZillsRank: Private Company: B
Killed in action at Murfreesboro, December 31st, 1862.
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Name: John S. GiffordRank: Private Company: C
Enlisted 08/16/1861 Courtland Alabama
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Name: Wesley G. GrigsbyRank: Private Company: C
Wesley G Grigsby served as a hospital steward. He was captured and imprisoned at Camp Chase. He was released after the war and returned to Lauderdale Co., AL where he died 1/10/1911.
16th Alabama Infantry Regiment
The 16th Alabama Infantry regiment was assembled at Courtland, AL, on 6 August, 1861, and it contained men from Russell, Lauderdale, Lawrence, Franklin, Cherokee, and Marion counties. The unit was ordered to Knoxville, TN, then KY where it fought at Fishing Creek (lost 64 men) under General Felix Zollicoffer. Later it was assigned to General Sterling Wood's (with the 33rd AL, 44th TN, and 32nd and 33rd MS regiments), Mark Lowrey's (same regiments, with the 45th AL was added), and Charles Shelley's brigades. After taking part in the battles of Shiloh (lost 162 men) and Perryville (held in reserve, not actively engaged), the 16th participated in the campaigns of the Army of Tennessee from Murfreesboro to Atlanta (losses were 200 in the campaign), moved with Hood to TN, then saw action in NC. In September, 1861, the regiment totaled 867 effectives. It sustained 168 casualties at Murfreesboro, and lost fifty-nine percent of the 414 engaged at Chickamauga. During December, 1863, there were 302 present for duty and 202 arms. It lost 150 killed and wounded at Jonesboro and half its remaining force were disabled at Franklin and Nashville, including all officers. On 26 April 1865, about 50 officers and men surrendered, their unit having been consolidated with the 1st and 45th AL regiments.
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Name: Moses HartRank: Private Company: D
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Name: Marion OvertonRank: Private Company: E
distant cousin on my dad's side
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Name: Samuel H. SartinRank: Private Company: E
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Name: John Wesley WarrenRank: Private Company: E
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Name: Robert Alexander HillRank: Private Company: F
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Name: Richard Harrison McKelvyRank: Private Company: F
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Name: Robert William McKelvyRank: Private Company: F
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Name: John Wesley Phillip RutherfordRank: 3rd Sergeant Company: F
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Name: William WarrenRank: Private Company: F
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Name: David Efford BentleyRank: Lieutenant Company: G
David Bentley was a lieutenant of Company I, was transferred and appointed to the command of Company G by the colonel commanding. The men after twelve or eighteen months, got to respecting their new officer, for he was an excellent man of the finest business capacity and a high-toned gentleman, but he never relished his position. At the battle of Murfreesboro he was an invalid, and unable to walk, but after it commenced he mounted the horse of a friend, rode to the front and took command of his company; in one hour he was brought back to the hospital mortally wounded.
I have his confederate cap passed down through the family.. I had it looked at and our guess is that when He was transferred from company I to company G he was given a field promotion to the rank of captain because of the design of his cap. It was a captains cap with 3 copper bands on the top completing the design showing the rank of captain. His complete uniform was stored underneath the home of his family but over the years the only thing salvageable were the cap and his belt and buckle.
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Name: William Robert Houston LodenRank: Unknown Company: G
Cousin. He also served with company 'K'5th Alabama Cavalry.
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Name: Armstead BeanRank: Private Company: H
My 3rd maternal Great Grandfather and father of my 2nd Great Grandmother Catherine Bean Blevins
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Name: Stephen LittleRank: Private Company: I
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Name: Edward Henry TerryRank: Private Company: I
Ned, Thomas, and James Terry were brothers from Lawrence Co., AL
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Name: James Washington TerryRank: Private Company: I
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Name: Thomas J. TerryRank: Private Company: I
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Name: James Hamilton ButlerRank: Private Company: K
Enlisted in Co K 16th Alabama Infantry on 15 Aug 1861 at Moscow, Alabama.
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Name: Daniel William HollisRank: Sergeant Company: K
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