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26th Alabama Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: Joseph Thomas StrawbridgeRank: Private Company: F

Joseph enlisted in the CSA in Sept. 5, 1861-- Company F, 26th Alabama Infantry Regiment(O'Neal's) The 26th went to Va. and was attached to Stonewall Jackson's Corp. Records that I have obtained show the following about Joseph Thomas Strawbridge: 1.Entered General Hospital Camp Winder, Richmond Va. May 8, 1862 , complaint --bronchitis-- he was transfered to C.S.A. General Hospital, Danville, Va. complaint--febris niterica-- returned to duty , August 8, 1862 2.Received a 30 day furlough January 18, 1863-- received 33 cents a day for rations while on leave-- returned to duty Feb. 18, 1863 3.May 3, 1863 -- wounded at Battle of Chancellorsville, Va. don't know if Joe recovered in time for the Gettisburg Trip 4.Next record shows him at Andersonville on guard duty April 26, 1864 5.Captured at Nashville, Dec 16, 1864 6.Took oath of allegiance at Camp Chase Prison, Ohio -- June 12, 1865

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Contact Name: Robert Strawbridge
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