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28th Alabama Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: John J JacksonRank: Private Company: B

Birth: ABT 1846 in Blount Co. Alabama Death: 23 Jun 1931 in Blount Co. Alabama Was wounded at Battle of Chickamauga John and Susan are buried at Moody's Chapel. Father: Thomas JACKSON b: ABT 1822 Mother: Ann TOLBERT b: in Straight Mountain, Alabama Marriage 1 Susan FORTNER Married: 19 Dec 1862 in Blount County, Alabama Sealing Spouse: 19 Dec 1862 in Married by Samuel Smith at her home in Blount Co. Note: John J. Jackson served in the CSA. Camehome on furlough where he married Susan

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