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Unit Type

36th Alabama Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: Edward Amos StaceyRank: Private Company: F

Edward Stacey, one of five brothers who served the 36th, was wounded and captured at Spanish Fort and sent to Ship Island. The others were John Adville Stacey, killed at Chickamauga, Thomas Stacey, wounded at Nashville, Monroe Stacey, wounded at New Hope Church and joined 42nd Ala. after recovery, and Harrison Stacey, captured at Atlanta and sent to Camp Chase.

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Contact Name: Steve Stacey
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