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42nd Alabama Infantry (CSA)
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Name: Littleton SandlinRank: Private Company: F

H. Littleton Sandlin was born abt 1829 in South Carolina, later settling in Marion Co. AL. He enlisted in May 1862 in Marion Co. AL. He was wounded/captured during the Battle of Corinth Mississippi, 3-5 Oct, 1862 and died in City Hospital, Vicksburg, Warren Co. MS on Nov 20, 1862. Records indicate that he was held for a time as a prisoner of war. He is buried in City Cemetery (Cedar Hill Cem.), grave #346 in Vicksburg, Warren Co. MS. At the time of his death Littleton was the father of at least eight children. His widow, Sarah Childers Sandlin applied for a widow's pension in May 1897. His headstone indicates he served in Co. E.

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