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8th Alabama Infantry (CSA)
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Name: John Frederick EnglebertRank: Private Company: D

John Frederick Englebert was born in July 7 1844 in Northport, Alabama. He was the son of Frederick Englebert (of Bremen, Germany) and Peachy Shirley (SC). He enlisted in Confederate Army 1 Apr 1863 with Co D. 8th AL Regiment and wounded and entered the hospital Richmond VA and returned to duty 27 Feb 1865. He was captured by Union Army 6 Apr 1865 at Farmville, VA. He took Oath of Allegiance Aug 1865. NOTE: A notarized statement made by W.T. Stamps stated J.F. Englebert worked in a shoe shop making shoes for the soldiers, which he did until a few months before the surrender. He was on Cavalry doing actual service as a Hard Castle Scout for about 6 months prior to the surrender. He was captured by a Croxtes Raid and held about 6 days and was paroled. -After the war he married Clementine Whatley and had 9 children. He died September 1925 in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

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