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20th Alabama Infantry CSA

Name: Jack HarrissRank: Private Company:
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Name: James M. CrutchfieldRank: Private Company: A
James M. Crutchfield served with Company A 20th Regiment, AL Infantry from 1864 to May 1865. Granted 'His Parole of Honor' (Oath of alligence) 16 May 1865 at Columbus MS.
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Name: Alexander FrithRank: Private Company: A
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Name: William Pinkney JonesRank: Private Company: A
William Pinkney Jones wounded in left arm. Discharged September
5th, 1864.
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Name: Joseph C. MillingRank: Private Company: A
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Name: Joseph Henry MooreRank: Doctor Company: A
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Name: Jack M. WilliamsRank: Private Company: A
Looking for info. on Jack Murry Williams.
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Name: Nimrod Asa ArgoRank: Private Company: B
Nimrod Asa Argo never returned from war and it is unknown what happened to him.
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Name: Samuel L. ArledgeRank: Private Company: B
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Name: Simon PrescottRank: Private Company: B
Simon, of Randolph County, enlisted in Selma on Sept. 11, 1861. He was captured by Union forces in the famous
Battle of Newton Station MS on April 10, 1863 but was paroled a few days later at Demopolis. He was again captured by Gen. Sherman's forces at Jonesboro GA on Sept. 6, 1864 and sent to Federal prisons in Louisville and Chicago. He was released in June, 1865 and returned to Randolph County. Simon is a son of my great-great-great-grandfather througn my mother's lineage.
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Name: Edward J. PriceRank: Private Company: C
Brother to George Washington Price in same Unit & Company
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Name: George Washington PriceRank: Private Company: C
Brother to Edward J. Price in same Unit & Company
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Name: James N. MilamRank: Private Company: D
His death date is listed as November 24, 1863. He enlisted in 1861/62.
Contact Name: Milly Storey Holmes
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Name: Newton Charles MilamRank: Private Company: D
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Name: Levi M. RussellRank: Private Company: D
20 Alabama Infantry Company D 'Bibb Rangers'
Born 4-Jul-1844 in AL, died 2-Dec-1895 in AL.
Buried Bibbville cemetery, Bibb County, Alabama.
L.P. 'Bud' George 'Her daddy (Levi) was shot during the Civil War around Shiloh, TN. Big Mamma said he died with a Yankee musket ball in him.' Married Mary Jane Calfee (Caffee) 2-Feb-1869. Children: Rufus Manuel, Kathrene 'Katie', 'Drannie', Mamie L, John D, Bessie, Arthur, Irene.
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Name: John Parker BainsRank: Private Company: E
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Name: Thomas Jefferson ChipmanRank: Private Company: E
Born 14 Feb 1843 in Kemper Co. MS. Died 23 March 1934 in Leon Co. TX. Enlisted Sept 1861 in Greene Co. Alabama. Paroled, Salisbury NC 2 May 1865.
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Name: Thomas Newton HorneRank: Private Company: F
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Name: Wesley NicholsRank: Private Company: F
Private Wesley Nichols enlisted 20th Ala Inf. on 10 Sep 1861. In Perry Co. AL by Lt. Shafrard for duration of the war.
Absent on sick furlough from 9Nov to 29 Nov. Detained by sickness. Was on muster roll of 20th Ala Inf. from Sept10 to Dec1, 1861. There is another Ala. record of a Wesley Nichols that enlisted in Montgomery in Co. I of the 20th Ala Inf. Wesley lived in Pike Co. It may be possible somebody copied Perry Co. for Pike Co....
Contact Name: Walter P. Nichols
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Name: James RhoneRank: Private Company: F
James Rhone served in 20th Alabama, Co. F, CSA Infantry. Died as POW in Rock Island,Ill. Buried in Grave #539. Nat'l Archives records identifies grave number and location as 'South of Prison Barracks'. Nat'l Archives records note enlisted 'for the War' on Oct. 3rd, 1861 in Perry County, Alabama by Lieut. Spencer. Archives state wounded at Champion Hill (Vicksburg Battle) and noted as captured May 16th, 1863 and a Vicksburg POW. Sent to Memphis and then Camp Morton, Indiana & Fort Delaware, Delaware where he was exchanged on July 4, 1863. Taken prisoner again at Battle of Lookout Mountain (Missionary Ridge) on Nov. 25th and another record as 27th, 1863. Noted in field hospital in Bridgeport, Al in Dec. , 1863. Sent by train and Archives show him as POW at Military Prison, Louisville, Kentucky where he was sent to Rock Island on Dec. 1 and arrived Dec 23, 1863. Records note he died Feb. 20th, 1864 of Variola (smallpox). 'Rebels At Rock Island' -McAdams-Northern Illinois Press.- documents outbreak of smallpox at Louisville in Dec.'63 among CSA prisoners from Chattanooga, but infected prisoners sent on to Rock Island without notification of infection sent. Major outbreak in Winter 1863-64 and hundreds of Confederate POW's died. (Nat'l Archives copies in Richard Rhone file)
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Name: Jonathan SlatonRank: Private Company: F
Jonathan Slaton served in the 20th Alabama Infantry Regiment, Company F. This company was recruited from Perry and Bibb Counties in Alabama and it is uncertain why Jonathan would have gone so far from home to enlist. However, his enlistment is confirmed by several sources. First, his name clearly appears on the muster roll of the 20th. Secondly, his pension and disability application reflects the same. Finally, his headstone shows this as well. On June 22, 1863, he was wounded during the siege of Vicksburg, Mississippi by the explosion of a shell. Fragments of the shell struck him in and below the left eye, causing the loss of sight in that eye. This occurred while he was serving in Company F of the 20th Alabama Infantry Regiment under the command of Colonel Edmund W. Pettus. Pettus’ brigade was serving as a part of the 3rd Brigade under the command of Brig. General S.D. Lee. Lieutenant Uriah B. Dobbins attested to the wound.
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Name: William Slaughter WilliamsRank: Private Company: F
Paw Billy was Born Feb.11, 1846 in Perry County Alabama, He inlisted in the 20th Al Inf. Co. F at Brushcreek Alabama in 1862 at the age of 16. He fought all the way till the surrender of the 20th at Sailsburry N.C., then made his way home. When he got home he found out that his mother had died in 1863 and his Father had remarried. He died Oct. 7 1928 and is buried at Mount Hermon Methodist Church Cemetery in Hale County Alabama next to his wife and very near his Children.
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Name: John BrewerRank: Private Company: G
John Brewer (b) abt 1830 son of Nathan and Charity Brewer, lived in Bibb County, Alabama enlisted on 9th of Sept 1861 in Montevallo, Shelby County, AL, married Martha Tune, he died the 7th of June in 1863 at the Battle of Vicksburg.
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Name: Henry Harrison CostRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: G
Henry Cost received his commission on September 16, 1861 and resigned his commission on February 27, 1862 because of ill health. He joined company A 2nd AL cav. on September 8, 1862. He was listed on attached service as a wagon master On March 22, 1864 he was listed as shot in the ankle. He received a certificate of disability on December 7, 1864
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Name: Andrew Jackson CrossRank: 4th Sergeant Company: G
My 2nd Great Grandfather, A.J.Cross, was killed on December 17th, 1864 during rear guard action of General John Bell Hood's retreat from Nashville. The retreat was so rapid that his body was left on the battle field and never recovered. We assume he's buried in the mass grave at Mt.Olivet cemetery in Nashville. We have no record of proof of his burial.
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Name: John Roe FoustRank: Private Company: G
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Name: Newton J. JarvisRank: Private Company: G
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Name: Henry LawleyRank: Private Company: G
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Name: w A. JonesRank: Sergeant Company: H
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Name: Benjamin Franklin Jr. LittleRank: Private Company: H
1864 - Captured in Georgia and taken to Camp Douglas, IL where he died on December 30, 1864 of Blood Poisoning.
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Name: John Gray LittleRank: Private Company: H
1864 - Captured in Georgia and taken to Camp Douglas, IL and later released.
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Name: William Edwin LittleRank: Private Company: H
Died on April 6, 1862 in Fort Loudon, Monroe County, TN of Typhoid Fever.
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Name: James Newton TerryRank: Private Company: H
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Name: Isham C. HenryRank: Private Company: I
Private. Born Nov. 1937. Enlisted 9 Sept. 1861. Absent and sick April 15 to 30 in hospital at Knoxville, TN. Captured at Vicksburg, Mississippi July 4, 1863 and paroled July 8, 1863. In hospital Feb. to April 1865 in Macon , GA. Buried Mount Hebron Cemetery, Hale County, Alabama
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Name: P. C. HenryRank: Private Company: I
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Name: Persell HenryRank: Private Company: I
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Name: Silas W. HenryRank: Private Company: I
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Name: Pete McDivittRank: Private Company: I
Full name Lowell Patrick McDivitt. Served at Vicksburg (captured and parolled) and also at 2nd Battle of Franklin and then Nashville.
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Name: Drury Wilson StivenderRank: Private Company: I
captured at nashville died of pneumonia at camp douglas 1864
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Name: William Robert StivenderRank: 1st Sergeant Company: I
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Name: George W. HendrixRank: Private Company: K
I have found that he died in Cherolee,Al. But can find out very little else about him. Any help would be appreciated.
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Name: John Hiram MoodyRank: Private Company: K
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