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13th Alabama Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: Evans Coleman BallardRank: 3rd Sergeant Company: G

Enlisted July 19th 1861, at Montgomery, Al., for period of war. Born in Alabama, Age 21 and single Remarks: Evan C. Ballard promoted to 3rd Sergeant August 1st 1863. Historical record roll dated at Petersburg, Virginia January 1st 1861-Dav. Present at: Siege of Yorktown, Virginia April 10th to May 3rd, 1862. At Seven Pines, Virginia May 31st, 1862. At Mechanicville June 27th, 1862. At Cold Harbor, Virginia June 27th, 1862. At Malvern Hill, Virginia July 1st, 1862. At South Mountain, Maryland September 14th, 1862. At Sharpsburg, Maryland September 17th, 1862. At Chancellorsville, Virginia May 3rd, 1863. At Gettysburg, Pennsylvania July 2nd, 1863. At Mine Run, Virginia November 27th, 1863. At Wilderness, Virginia May 5th and 6th, 1864. At Spotsylvania, Virginia May 10th, 1864. Spotsylvania C H May 12th, 1864. At Hanover Junction, May 23rd, 1864. Cold Water, June 3rd, 1864. At Jones Farm, September 30th, 1864. At Squirrel Level Road, Virginia October 1st, 1864. Wounded at: Gettysburg, July 3rd, 1863. And Davis Farm, August, 18th, 1864 Absent Wounded: Falling Water, July 14th, 1863. Gaines Cross Roads July 25th, 1863. Davis Farm, August, 19th, 1864. Absent Furlough: Bristol Station, October 14th, 1863 Ballard Evan C., Address Route 1 Rutledge, Alabama, Born March 9th, 1840 in Covington County, Alabama. Enlisted as Private July 11th, 1861 at Greenville, Alabama in the 13th Alabama Infantry Company G and continued until captured at Sharpsburg, Maryland July 3rd, 1862 and kept in prison 14 days. Exchanged July 18th, sick. Re-enlisted as private on July 18th, 1862 at Norfolk, Virginia in the 13th Alabama Infantry Company G and continued until paroled at Appomattox Court House, Virginia April 10th 1865.

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