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22nd Alabama Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: John S HoodRank: Private Company: D

John S. Hood, the oldest son of Captain Stephen R. Hood, enlisted in the 22nd Alabama Infantry, Company D (Cherokee Beauregards) in 1861. He was 16 years old. His unit was based in Mobile in 1861 and early 1862 and then sent to Corinth, Mississippi where it joined Gladden's Brigade. The the 22nd Alabama then participated in the bloody Battle of Shiloh with very heavy loss. Private Hood was seriously wounded at Shiloh on April 6, 1862, but was evacuated to Corinth and later to a Confederate hospital in Macon, Mississippi. He died there in early June 1862 and was buried in the Noxubee Cemetery near Macon. John Hood was my great great uncle.

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