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3rd Alabama Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: W O PankeyRank: Private Company: C

The Archives list the following on his card. 11th Battn: Alabama Cavalry, Howards Battn: and 13th Confederate Cavalry. The 3rd Regt. completed its organization 20 August 1862 with ten companies A thry K. [* some of the men had prior service in the 2nd [Smith's] Reg. Tenn. Cav. He re enlisted on 14 Dec. 1862 at Nolinville, Tenn. His name appearson a Roll of POW's. dated 9 April, 1863 he was captured at Liberty on 7 April 1863 and paroled on 9 April 1863. This card is endorced with the following. These prisoners escaped while being transported to Nashville, the train being attacked by Gurrillas. His unit was surrendered at Hillsboro, NC 3 May, 1865 with the surrender of Joseph E Johnson.

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