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33rd Alabama Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: William I NowlingRank: Private Company: F

William I. Nowling – enlisted March 11, 1862; sent to hospital on March 30, 1863, captured November 30, 1864 in Franklin, Tennessee; sent to Camp Douglas in Illinois, released April 3, 1865 when he volunteered and was put into Company K of the 6th United States Volunteers – a “Galvanized Yankee”; applied for a Florida Confederate pension in 1912 which was denied because of his service in the 6th U.S.; applied for and received a federal pension for his service with the 6th U.S. From his U.S. enlistment papers he was 5ft. 8in. tall, dark complexioned and had brown hair and brown eyes. His duties as described in official Union Army Company Muster Rolls was Company cook and also Company tailor. W.I. stated he was discharged at Ft. Kearney, Nebraska Territory on Oct. 1, 1866.

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