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24th Alabama Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: Edward Malone Sr.Rank: Captain Company: F

Earlier a Lt. In the Rio Grandee Volunteer Light Artillery (also known as 'the Galveston Battery') under brother-in-law Maj. Henry van Buren. It used two light guns from the Texas Republic Navy and helped capture the 'Star in the West'. Malone born Mobile 1821 (photo in uniform AL CW state archives website, looks like my photo?), buried 1867, Trinity Epis., Galveston). Wed daughter of 1815 3rd U.S. Infantry, Mobile Col. Gilbert Christian Russell, Sr., for whom Russell Co., Ala., named; father Capt. Andrew Russell, Jr., fought at Battle of Kings Mountain in RW) with brother Lt. Thomas Malone, Jr., CSA, both Pvts. in Mexican War. Their father with Capt. Gaines, arrested Aaron Burr. Jim Miller, Southport, N.C.

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Contact Name: James Alfred Miller, Jr.
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