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44th Alabama Infantry (CSA)
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Name: Andrew Jackson FondrenRank: Private Company: F

This is my gg grandfather. Entered the Civil War as part of the 44th Alabama Infantry, Company F. The historical record roll, Company F, 44th Alabama Regiment shows him wounded at the second battle of Manassas, August 30, 1862. He was absent, wounded, through Sharpsburg and absent detailed, for the rest of the period of the war. The detailed service is indicated as provost guard duty during that period. Known as A.J. or 'Jack'. Dismissed at Darby Town, Virginia 12/31/1864. Returned to North Perry County/South Bibb County. Married at the New Year 1866 and farmed near the LeVert farm near Payne Chapel Church and the Cahaba River. Fifteen children. When typhoid fever swept Perry County in 1890, he was one of the victims. Buried at the Woolley Cemetery on the Bibb County line at the gas line off Hwy 5. ======================== Last Name: Fondren Date of Birth: Birth Information: Date of Death: Death Information: Discharge Date: Discharge Information: Branch: Infantry Regimental Unit: 44th Alabama Regiment Company Unit: F Co. Unit Name: Pension Rec: Yes Authority: Alabama Pension No. 39743, Perry County. First Name: A MI: J Marital Status: Occupation: Enlistment Date: Enlistment Information: Private. Engagements: Engage. con't: Remarks: Name of pensioner: Nancy M. Fondren widow of A. J. Fondren. Witnesses: H. G. Snead & N. H. Thompson. Remarks con't: Other Info: SOURCE: http://archives.state.al.us/civilwar/soldier.cfm?id=63534 =========================== Alabama Civil War Service Database Last Name: Fondren Date of Birth: Birth Information: USA, Alabama. Date of Death: Death Information: Discharge Date: Discharge Information: Branch: Infantry Regimental Unit: 44th Alabama Regiment Company Unit: F Co. Unit Name: Pension Rec: Authority: Record roll near Darbytown, Virginia 1864/12/31. First Name: Andrew MI: J Marital Status: Single Occupation: Farmer Enlistment Date: 1862/03/28 Enlistment Information: Age 21, Alabama, Bibb County, Private. Engagements: Wounded at: 2nd Manassas 1862/08/30;Absent Wounded: Sharpsburg 1862/09/17;Absent Detailed: Suffolk, Gettysburg, Chickamuga both days, Raccoon Mountain, Knoxville, Dandridge, Wilderness, Spottsylvania both days, Hanover Junction, Mechanicsville, Engage. con't: Cold Harbor, Burmuda Hundreds, New Market Hill, Whites Tavern, Fort Gilmore, Fort Harris, Darby Town 2 days. Remarks: Residence Centerville. On Division provost guard. Remarks con't: Other Info: SOURCE: http://archives.state.al.us/civilwar/soldier.cfm?id=63535 ==============================

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