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30th Alabama Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: Ephrom Greene FulmerRank: Private Company: F

Ephrom (aka Ephraim) was 40 years old in March of 1862 when he enlisted in Company F of the 30th Alabama. Ephrom grew up in the Edgefield District of South Carolina and moved to Talladega, Alabama sometime in the 1850s. He was a farmer. Ephraim's son Manuel J. was part of the unit as well, and was mortally wounded at the Battle of Resaca. He is buried in the Confederate Cemetery in Newnan, Georgia. Other relatives in the unit included his nephews William and James Fulmer as well as George Washington Gunter and A.M. and Hudson Hallman. Ephrom's health suffered from the rigors of army life in the field (severe dysentery) and he was granted a 30 day medical leave in April of 1863. Consequently, he most likely missed the Battle of Champion's Hill. Although never fully recovered, Ephrom was back in the ranks by the fall of Vicksburg and received his parole after the surrender of that city. Pension records indicate that he served almost until the end of the war or until March 25, 1865, when he received a medical discharge due to his ill health. After the war he returned to Talladega where he lived until his death in 1901. A Physician's Certificate dated June 4, 1900 shows that Ephrom suffered a stroke in 1896 and he was paralyzed on his right side and unable to work. The Certificate was signed by Dr. A.G. Sims, who was also a member of the 30th Alabama and had surrendered at Greensboro. Ephrom's wife was Mary Coleman Fulmer. My Great, Grandfather William Franklin Pickens Fulmer was one of Ephrom's sons. Ephrom is buried in the Hepzibah Cemetery in Talladega, Alabama and rests next to his wife Mary.

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