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13th Alabama Infantry (CSA)
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Name: Banjamin Apling BurdettRank: 4th Sergeant Company: E

Benjamin A. Burdett, b. 23 Dec. 1838 in DeKalb Co., GA. Served in the 13th Alabama, Co. E known as Randolph Rangers, with his two younger brothers Littleton Jesse and Samuel Monroe. All were active during the following engagements; Seige of Yorktown, Seven Pines, Seven Days Battle, Glendale, and South Mountain. Active during Antietam where brother Littleton Jesse was killed. Samuel was wounded. Benjamin and Samuel went on to serve at Fredericksburg in the 3rd Brigade under Gen. Colquitt, followed by Chancellorsville under Heth''s Division, Archer''s Brigade. At Gettysburg they served under the same brigade. Benjamin was captured on July 1st in McPherson''s Woods against the Iron Brigade. Served the remainder of the war at Ft. Delaware, DE. Paroled 25 June 1865. Returned to Randolph Co., AL, moved to Texas later that year. Benjamin died 14 Sept. 1921 in Meridian, Bosque Co, TX.

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