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23rd Alabama Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: George Henry MoyeRank: Captain Company: A

My GrGrGr Grandfather, commissioned 14Dec1860-36th Regiment,1st Brigade,6th Division-Militia of State of Al.-AVC. When Ala, went Regular Army, he was re-commissioned Lt. and later promoted to Capt. Co-A. He recruited Co.A-23rd Infantry, and resigned commission on 30Nov1863, for Typhoid, Yellow Fever and Pneumonia. In early March,1864, he presented the 23rd's Battle Flag (made from the silk Ballgowns of the women of Camden, Al), which now rests in the Al.State Archives-Montgomery, Al. His eldest son,George William Moye, enlisted as a Pvt.-Co.A, parolled at Vicksburg, 4July1863,(signing parole as G W Moyer)captured in Winter64,sent to Camp Chase,Oh and released on 31July1865, after refusing to sign loyalty to USA. Note: I possess written original documentation, of all the above, including the silk purchase receipt, which his wife Anna M Moye contributed, with the other women of Camden,Al., for the material making the 23rd's Battle Flag, that was presented to the Regiment early March 1864.

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