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34th Alabama Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: Singleton PoseyRank: Private Company: B

Singleton Posey joined Company 'B', 34th Infantry - Alabama on May 3, 1862. The 34th Infantry was organized at Loachapoka, Alabama on 15 April, 1862. Singleton was in the battle at Murfreesboro, Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, Atlanta and at the battle of Franklin, where the 34th escaped the severest part of the fighting, but at Nashville, the remainder of the unit was nearly decimated. With the wreck of the Army, the regiment passed into the Carolinas where it skirmished at Kinston and again at Bentonville. Ultimately consolidated with the 24th & 28th regiments, about 100 of the original 1,000 members of the regiment were surrendered at High Point, North Carolina, 26 April, 1865. Singleton Posey was paroled (as a POW and wounded) in Talledega, Al. on July 8, 1865.

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Contact Name: Murlen Posey
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