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32nd Alabama Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: Henry E EdgarRank: Corporal Company: G

Henry Edgar mustered in on May 5, 1862. He was captured at Battle of Lavergne, TN on October 7, 1862 but was paroled on October 9 without any oath to cease fighting (likely a prisoner swap. He fought with the 32nd until it was merged with the 58th on November 23, 1863 (now the 32nd & 58th Regiments. He fought at Chickamauga TN, Columbia TN, Franklin TN, Jackson, and New Hope TN usually in Clayton's Brigade. He fought at Spanish Fort, AL and was one of the few survivors. He was made a Prisoner of War, taken to Ship Island on April 10, 1865 and was then sent to Vickburg on May 1, 1865 where he was paroled and returned home by mid May. He returned to being a rural farmer and lived a long, full life

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