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61st Alabama Infantry (CSA)
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Name: David Alexander WoodRank: Corporal Company: D The above link is his marker in Pleasant Home, AL. He is buried at Mount Hebron, Winchester, VA. My relatives finally found him back in 1998, one month before my Grandmomma passed away from a brain tumor, September 1998. She had been searching for him, all of her life. We visited Confederate Cemetaries all over the Southeast every since I can remember, looking for him, but never went as far north as VA. WOOD, David Alexander b 1822 d 1864 In Hallowed Memory To Honor Corporal David Alexander Wood, CSA 1824-1864. Sarah Ann Wilkerson Wood 1824-1907. David was born in North Carolina and moved to Jackson County, FL. around 1838. He married Sarah Ann in 1843. They moved to Butler County, AL. after 1850. Their children were Richard Leander, David Alexander II, Sarah Pleacedie and Beulah Ann. In 1856 David and Sarah became charter members of Sardis Baptist Church in Pidgeon Creek, AL. David was killed in the War Between The States in 1864. Sarah joined Pleasant Home Baptist Church in 1884. She is buried here. David's Military Service: August 1, 1863: Joined Company D. 61st. Regt. Alabama Volunteers, Confederate States Army. Assigned to Dept. of Gulf, Pollard, AL. Feb. 1864: Assigned to Army of Northern Virginia under Lt. Gen. Jubal A. Early of Confederate States Army. Sept. 19, 1864:Killed in mortal combat at 3rd Battle of Winchester. Buried at Mt. Hebron Cemetery, Stonewall Cemetery Complex, Winchester, VA. This memorial erected September 1998 by descendants of David Alexander and Sarah Ann Wilkerson Wood.

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