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1st Alabama Cavalry      
Company Unknown
D. E. Webb - Captain   
I have a picture of DE Webb's grave from Johnson Island POW camp in Ohio for any of his relatives. Contact me...gtgilbert17@yahoo.com
Contact Name:  Greg
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Date Added:  1/7/2008
Company B
Henry Thomas Allen - 1st Lieutenant   
He signed up as a 2d Lt on Nov 14, 1861 and was elected 1st Lt on 15 Dec 1861. It appears that he resigned in June of 62. Died 1 May 1863
Contact Name:  John Davis
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Date Added:  2/7/2021
Company B
William Columbus Beck - Private   
1836-1919
Contact Name:  George Hill
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Date Added:  2/24/2016
Company B
John B Bradley - Private   
Born 1831 Pickens Co SC ,married 1850 Shelby Co Al Mary Roper
died 1895 Jefferson Co Al., he and wife buried Providence Methodist Church Cemetery at New Castle near Pinson ,Jefferson Co Al Served CSA in 1st Al Calvary.
He is my g-great grandfather.
Contact Name:  Wes Jarrett
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Date Added:  11/20/2009
Company B
Thomas Jefferson Pankey - 1st Sergeant   
Thomas was 21 when he joined Co.B 1st Battalion Alabama Partisan Rangers at Caperton's Ferry on 15 July 1861. This unit became Co.A 18th Battalion Tenn. Cavalry [Gibson's]. He was promoted to to 4th Corporal on 1 April 1863 and to 1st Sergt. on 1 Aug. 1863 per order of Col.Adams. He was wounded and sent to hospital 27 May 1864. Retutned to duty 25 July 1864. The remarks card for this company is quite lengthy but states that it was designated as Co H. Forrest's Regiment Tenn. Cavalry. He was captured and sent to Camp Chase , Ohio. Released 13 June 1865 after swallowing the yellow dog.
Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  1/20/2014
Company C
George W. Keys - Private   
George washington Key (1827-1909) was my G-G-Grandfather.
Contact Name:  Richard P. Crowe
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Date Added:  3/10/2005
Company C
Thomas Jackson Weeks - Private   
Thomas Jackson Weeks, ironically, was from a line of Yankee ancestors in New York State that were some of the original settlers of Long Island. However, he was born in Mississippi and settled in Cullman County, Alabama where he joined the Confederate Army there in August 1862 at Mount Tabor Church. He was wounded at Middleton, Tennessee, I presume on retreat from the Murfreesboro/Stones River campaign, and was honorably discharged in the spring of 1865. He collected a pension from the State of Alabama for his service and lived out his days in Hanceville, Alabama as a farmer with a large family from whom I am a descendant.
Contact Name:  Brian Weeks
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Date Added:  12/6/2020
Company E
Kinchen Elias. or Ellis Nichols - Unknown   
At 46 Kinchen Nichols enlisted in Co. E 1st ALA Calvary 0n 28 Aug1862 at Troy, AL. On 30April 1863 he was transfered to Co. D,2nd GA Sharpshooters. Wounded at Pickets Mill,near Dallas, Ga. In the Battle for Atlanta 27 May 1864.He suffered a head wound and a severe wound to his hand. Tranfered to Invalid Corps CSA, Montgomery. Pardoned 17 Jun 1865 and sent home. His wife died 3 days after he returned. There was a lot of smallpox in that area during that time. Kinchen died 1n 1877 while trying to save his son in the Conecuh River near Troy, AL. His 2nd wife Martha then moved to the Hephzibah Community in Pike Co. AL.
Contact Name:  Walter P. Nichols
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Date Added:  1/25/2009
Company E
David Richard Parker - Unknown   
David Richard Parker was in the 53rd Ala Calvery which was a new unit made uo 1st Ala Cav. He was born 1840 Died 11 Oct,1862 in Dale Co while home on furlough.
Contact Name:  Walter P. Nichols
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Date Added:  1/17/2009
Company E
Lemuel Parker - Unknown   
Lemuel Parker Jr. was a member of 53th Alabama Partisan Rangers. I believe the were formed from the 1st Alabama Calvery. Born 25 Sep 1835 in Henry or Butts Co. GA. Died 19 July 1908 in Sweetwater,Nolan Co.TX buried in Sweetwater Cem. Sweetwater, TX. Lemuel moved with his mother and father from Ga. to Russell Co. AL in 1839 then to Dale Co. AL in 1851. He then moved to Sweetwater in the 1870's. His wife was Nancy Jane Godwin. Lemuel was a very prosperous farmer. Lemuel's children were Beulah Belle, Lena, Louella A.,
Eilsworth Lile(Buddy), Jonana, Callie, Charles,
Lemuel Jackson, Cadmus(Cad). ....
Contact Name:  Walter P. Nichols
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Date Added:  1/16/2009
Company F
Job Barnette - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Christopher H. Ezelle
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Date Added:  6/16/2013
Company F
John J Pitts - Unknown   
Died 14 Apr 1864 in Nashville, TN hospital (Measles)
Contact Name:  Marty Craig
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Date Added:  1/29/2020
Company G
Slade Nabors - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  jd linder
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Date Added:  6/14/2010
Company G
Enos Stabler - Private   
Little is known served Co.G First Regiment Alabama Volunteers{known as the Alabama Calvary}.He died Feb.15th,1862 while in service from complications resulting from the measles.He was my GG Grandfather.Any info. would be great.He was 36 yearsold at time of inlistment.
Contact Name:  Billy Wiggins
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Date Added:  10/11/2013
Company I
Birdwell McMunn - Corporal   
Birdwell was born 15 Jul 1845 and died 25 Sep 1923. He is buried in Johnson Cemetery #4 in Limestone, Co. Alabama.
Contact Name:  Donnie Stanford
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Contact Homepage:  yahoo
Date Added:  1/3/2008
Company I
Thomas B Owens - Private   
Thomas was born 22 Oct 1842 in Butler County, Ala. He has 7 items in his archival file. He enlisted in Nov 1861 when the unit was formed at Montgomery, Ala. During his tour of duty, his company designation changed thru consolidations from Co I, to Co. A too 2nd Co B. He saw action from Shiloh thru the Atlanta Campaign and Carolina Campaign. His last fight was at Bentonville, SC. Battles: Shiloh, Boonville, Blackland, Perryville, Stones River, Duck River, Chickamauga, Clinton, Knoxville, Mossy Creek and many skirmishes. A true Southern Patriot of whom I am very proud. He married Isabella Hartin. He died 8 Dec 1912 in Honoraville, Crenshaw Co. Ala. in Union Cem. in that town. He was the father-in-Law of my 2nd cousin 3 x removed
Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  6/27/2022
Company K
George Stone Allen - 1st Lieutenant   
He enlisted 30 April 1861 in Montgomery, AL by Capt. Clanton for a period of 12 months and was elected 1st Lieutenant on Nov 15, 1861.
This company subsequently became (1st) Company K, 1st Regiment Alabama Cavalry. It was consolidated with (1st) Company H to form (2d). According to a correspondents typewritten report of “OPERATIONS OF THE CAVALRY IN TENNESSEE, REAR GUARD, WHEELER’S BRIGADE, PICKETT POST, NEAR MURFEESBORO, TENN., "Lieutenants G. S. Allen and Dever of Capt. Hodgson’s squadron are killed" in an attack on 31 Dec 1862.
Contact Name:  John Davis
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Date Added:  2/7/2021
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