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Hiriam Prescott Bush
- Private
Hiram Prescott Bush was my great-great grandfather and is buried in Milligan,Fl. in the cemetery across from the 1st Baptist Church of Milligan. He enlisted and served in the 29th Alabama Infantry. The 29th Infantry regiment was formed at Pensacola, Florida, in February 1862. Hiram Prescott Bush was the son of Prescott Bush jr. and Charlotte Lamb. He was born 17 Dec. 1824 in Edgefield,S.C. and died 6 Mar. 1923 in Milligan,Fl. There is a marker on his grave from the Sons of Confederacy denoting his service with the 29th Al. Inf. Reg.
Contact Name: William M. Smith
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Date Added: 12/2/2011

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John F. Conoley
- Colonel
Ancestor Col. John F. Conoley was commander of the 29th Alabama Infantry Regiment. He was wounded May 15, 1864 at the battle of Resaca, GA.
Contact Name: Don Conoly
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Contact Homepage: www.conolyclan.com
Date Added: 11/15/2011

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Pinkney Cost
- Private
Pinkney Cost enlisted in 1863. He was captured June 15, 1864 at Big Shanty, Georgia. He was sent to Rock Island Ill and spent the rest of the war there. He was released on February 25, 1865.
He received a pension and is listed as living in Randolph AL. He died December 29, 1904 and is buried in Pleasant Grove cemetery in Jemison ,AL
Contact Name: David Cost
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Date Added: 2/2/2016

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Shadrack B. Or W. Wall
- Private
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Contact Name: Tom Watkins
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Date Added: 4/6/2019

Company A
Lewis Martin Brown
- Private
Pvt. Lewis Martin Brown was born June 16,1833 in Walton Ga he died Feb 12,1912 in Morgan Co Alabama and is burried at Johnson Chapel Cemetary near Decatur AL. He enlisted in the 29th Al Co C on Aug 31,1862 at Pollard AL. He was shot in the head on July 28,1864 at Ezra Church Ga which was part of the Atlanta Campaign. He survived the wound and was captured and sent to Camp Chase Ohio. On June 9,1865 he was released on oath at Point Lookout Maryland. Later on the wound caused him to have to put a silver plate in his head!
Contact Name: Matthew Graham
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Date Added: 2/1/2009

Company A
Joel B Childress
- Private
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Contact Name: Raymond C Gray
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Date Added: 3/20/2010

Company A
Francis marion Dempsey
- 1st Sergeant
Lived in cave spring ga joined in Talladega alabama 1861 paroled in Montgomery al.1865 .my great great grandfather
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Date Added: 5/13/2015

Company A
William B Hollis
Rank Unknown
findagrave.com
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Find A Grave Memorial# 30410626
'Co. A 29th ALA. INF. C.S.A.' inscription

this not my relative but I saw his gravesite and military info.
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Date Added: 12/25/2015

Company A
William Tharvis Maddox
- Private
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Contact Name: Raymond C Gray
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Date Added: 3/20/2010

Company A
Martin Riley
- Private
Martin b.1831 attached to the 29th Alabama Infantry.
Contact Name: J. Riley
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Date Added: 10/18/2009

Company A
Newton Jasper Riley
- Private
Newton b.1839 was captured at Nashville, Tenn on December 15, 1864.
Contact Name: J. Riley
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Date Added: 10/18/2009

Company A
Bedie J. Woodall
- Private
Bedie was killed in battle. I have the entire 29th roster if anyone needs a copy.
Contact Name: Wayne Woodall
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Date Added: 4/29/2017

Company A
William A. Woodall
- Private
William was the son of my Great, Great, Great, Grandfather Wiley Woodall. He was part of Company A, The Walker Reynolds Guards, 29th Alabama Infantry Regiment, CSA of Talladega County. He was wounded by what appears to be a Cannon Ball November 30, 1864 in Franklin Tennessee, and taken prisoner December 22nd, 1864. He was transferred to Military Prison in Louisville, Kentucky on January 23, 1865. He died a couple of months later.
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Date Added: 4/29/2017

Company B
Eli M. Head
- Private
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Date Added: 11/23/2005

Company B
Royal J Hicks
- Private
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Contact Name: Brandy Ingram
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Date Added: 5/20/2016

Company B
David Rhodes
Rank Unknown
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Date Added: 8/13/2010

Company B
Jesse Ellis Staton
- Private
Enlisted 24 Aug 1861 at Blount Springs. Wounded in the head and hip at Reseaca. Honorably discharged Apr 1865. Born 29 May 1840 - died 21 Nov 1920. Married Rebecca Linton 24 Aug 1864 (seems to be the widow of Andrew Jackson Linton died 12 Jan 1862 29th Ala)
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Date Added: 8/18/2006

Company C
jonathan burns
Rank Unknown
I understand that this unit was mustered in at Talledega al.
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Date Added: 12/6/2011

Company C
Calvin Chamblee
- Private
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Contact Name: Karen Kitchens Murphy
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Date Added: 9/16/2010

Company C
Matthew Hamilton Higginbotham
- 2nd Lieutenant
This is my Great Grandfather. He enlisted from Blount County Alabama as a Private with several brothers and our family history indicates he eventually became a brevet Captain. He had a wild tusk-like tooth that extended up into his walrus mustache that he wore to attempt to cover it.

State Archives tell that the 29th Alabama began with 1100 men with only 90 men left to muster out when the unit surrendered in North Carolina. I was amazed to see my maternal Great Great Grandfather George Washington Isbell on this list as having been in Company E of the 29th Alabama!
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Date Added: 4/23/2009

Company C
William Houston Taylor Jones
Rank Unknown
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Date Added: 4/27/2015

Company C
Dutton T. McAnally
- 1st Sergeant
Enlisted 23 Sept. 1861 at Blountsville Al. Wounded in Franklin Tenn. 30 Nov. 1864 and was a patient at St. Mary's Hospital, West Point Miss. 12 Jan 1865. He lost a leg from the wound. May we meet in Valhalla
Contact Name: Jason McAnally
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Date Added: 9/22/2015

Company C
Elijah V. McAnally
- Private
Enlisted 23 Sept 1861 at Blountsville Al.
He was KIA at the Battle of Kennesaw Mt. 27 June 1864
The Confederates took 3000 Yankees that day in 3 hrs. time and drove Sherman back. May we meet in Valhalla
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Date Added: 9/22/2015

Company C
Franklin Madison McAnally
- 1st Lieutenant
Enlisted 23 Sept. 1861 at Blountsville Al. Severely wounded at Peachtree Creek 20 July 1864. He passed a month later on 19 Aug. 1864 at Irwin Hospital in Barnsville Ga. and is burried there in the Confederate section of Greenwood Cemetery Barnsville Ga.
May we meet in Valhalla
Contact Name: Jason McAnally
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Date Added: 9/21/2015

Company C
Thomas Benton McAnally
Rank Unknown
Enlisted Dec. 1863 at Mobile Al. and served until May 1865
He ran a dairy farm in fultondale after the war.
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Date Added: 9/22/2015

Company C
Benjamin Harrison Sapp
- Captain
Captain Sapp was the father of my Great-grandmother, Taylor Ann Sapp Dean, who married Ellias Dean.
Captain Sapp raised a company of men from Blount County, Alabama to serve in the 29th Alabama Infantry.
Captain Sapp contracted small pox while serving in Mobile, Alabama and died from the illness. The railroad wouldn't ship his body home, so he was buried in the old Mobile Cemetary.
Contact Name: LaBrenda Dean Hollis Sandlin
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Date Added: 2/20/2013

Company C
isaac estes yarbrough
- Private
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Date Added: 12/2/2016

Company C
james r. yielding
- Private
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Date Added: 12/19/2011

Company D
Reuben B Childress
- Private
Enlisted as a private on 4 October 1861 at the age of 29.
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Date Added: 6/20/2010

Company D
Weldon E Childress
- Private
Enlisted as a private on 4 October 1861 at the age of 18.
Died at home of chronic diarrhea on 3 September 1862 while on sick furlough.
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Date Added: 6/20/2010

Company D
Leroy Latham
- Private
Enlisted on 10/4/1861 in Randolph Alabama. Appears on the Company Muster ROll May and June 1863. Appears on a list of casualties in the 29th Ala. Regiment in the engagement at Nashville, Tenn, Dec. 15-16 1864. He likely was killed in the action called: Lumsden's Defense—December 15, 1864: 0.3 mile west of the Confederate outpost was Redoubt No. 4 in Hood's detached supporting works. Garrisoned by Lumsden's Battery of smoothbore Napoleons, supported by 100 men of the 29th Alabama Infantry under Capt. Foster, it was finally overrun by the assault of 12 infantry and 4 dismounted cavalry regiments, supported by four Federal batteries. Location: Hillsboro Road and Hobbs Road
Contact Name: Jeffrey S Oppenheim
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Date Added: 5/5/2024

Company E
Loflin Quinn Gould
- Private
Pvt. Loflin Quinn Gould (1841 - 1926) enlisted in Wilsonville, Shelby, Alabama on 31 MAR 1861. He was mustered into the 29th Alabama Infantry, Company 'E' on its inception in February 1862 in Pensacola, Florida where he remained until Pensacola was evacuated in May 1862. He then moved on with the 29th Alabama Infantry to Camp Lee, Pollard, Alabama and remained there from May 1862 until June 1863. He then moved to Mobile, Alabama where the 29th Alabama remained from July 1863 until April 1864 when it was deployed to Resaca, Georgia to initiate the Atlanta / Dalton Campaign. He fought with the 29th Alabama at the Battles of Resaca, Kennesaw Mountain, New Hope Church, Peach Tree Creek, Ezra Church and the Battle of Atlanta. After the fall of Atlanta on September 1, 1864 the 29th Alabama evacuated north to Franklin, Tennesse where they fought on November 30, 1864 and then moved on to Nashville, Tennessee where they fought that Campaign from December 2 - 16, 1864 at Confederate Redoubt # 4. He went on to fight in Kinston and Bentonville, North Carolina where he laid down his arms with the remainder of the 29th Alabama on 26 May 1865 at Bennett House, Durham Station, North Carolina.
Contact Name: David E. Gould
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Date Added: 5/28/2011

Company E
Michael Sanders Gould
- Private
Pvt. Michael Sanders Gould (1837 - 1863) enlisted in Wilsonville, Shelby, Alabama on 12 SEP 1862. He was soon mustered into the 29th Alabama Infantry, Company 'E' at Camp Lee, Pollard, Alabama and remained there from September 1862 until June 1863. He then moved to Mobile, Alabama with the 29th Alabama in July 1863. Mid August 1863 he was Hospitalized at the Ross Confederate Hospital suffering from the Measles which he was thought to have contracted while he was stationed at Camp Lee. He died at the Ross Confederate Hospital a few weeks later on 3 Sep 1863 from complications of the disease and was laid to rest at nearby Magnolia Cemetery, Confederate Rest in Mobile, Alabama and is buried right next to the General Braxton Bragg Tomb who the 29th Alabama Infantry was placed under and served while stationed in Pensacola in 1862.
Contact Name: David E. Gould
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Date Added: 5/28/2011

Company E
Thomas Monroe Gould
- 3rd Sergeant
3rd SGT. Thomas Monroe Gould (1835 - 1902) enlisted in Wilsonville, Shelby, Alabama on 7 OCT 1861. He was mustered into the 29th Alabama Infantry, Company 'E' on its inception in February 1862 in Pensacola, Florida where he remained until Pensacola was evacuated in May 1862. He then moved on with the 29th Alabama Infantry to Camp Lee, Pollard, Alabama and remained there from May 1862 until June 1863. He then moved to Mobile, Alabama where the 29th Alabama remained from July 1863 until April 1864 when it was deployed to Resaca, Georgia to initiate the Atlanta / Dalton Campaign. 3rd SGT. Thomas Monroe Gould fought with the 29th Alabama at the Battles of Resaca, Kennesaw Mountain, New Hope Church, Peach Tree Creek and Ezra Church. On 28 JUL 1864 while engaging the forces of Union General William Tecumseh Sherman at the Battle of Ezra Church, 3rd SGT. Thomas Monroe Gould was combat wounded. He was shot in the right leg which was soon amputated above the knee. He was paroled at a Confederate Hospital in Selma, Alabama in June 1865 where he was then still recovering from his injuries. After the War in September 1865 he relocated from Shelby, Alabama to Lake, Scott County, Mississippi where the Majority his descendants reside to this day.

Contact Name: David E. Gould
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Date Added: 5/28/2011

Company E
George W. Harper
- Private
Company 'E', 'The Phil Weaver Guards'
Twenty-Ninth Alabama
Infantry Regiment
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Date Added: 12/14/2007

Company E
Henry Harper
- Private
Company 'E', 'The Phil Weaver Guards'
Twenty-Ninth Alabama
Infantry Regiment
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Date Added: 12/14/2007

Company E
John Harper
- Private
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Date Added: 12/16/2007

Company E
Judge D. F. Harper
- Private
Company 'E', 'The Phil Weaver Guards'
Twenty-Ninth Alabama
Infantry Regiment

1863/07/20 at Peach Tree Creek, Georgia, received a gunshot wound of the right thigh.
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Date Added: 12/14/2007

Company E
William Harper
- Private

Company 'E', 'The Phil Weaver Guards'
Twenty-Ninth Alabama
Infantry Regiment
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Date Added: 12/14/2007

Company E
Ezekiel Isbell
- Private
Ezekiel Isbell was captured at the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain, Georgia at was taken to Camp Douglas, Illinois where he died December 3, 1864. He was one of 6 brothers that fought from Shelby Co. Al in the Confederacy.
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Date Added: 1/26/2009

Company E
George Washington Isbell
- Private
G.W. (Wash) Isbell was taken prisoner of war at Kennesaw Mt. Ga. and taken to Camp Douglas Illinois.He was discharged from Camp Douglas June 16, 1865.He was one of 6 brothers from Shelby County, Alabama that fought for the Confederacy.
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Date Added: 1/26/2009

Company E
Henry Isbell
- Private
Henry's left arm was broken at the battle of Atlanta and was permanently crippled.
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Date Added: 1/26/2009

Company E
John Quincy Isbell
- Private
John Quincy enisted into the 29th but was later transfered to Captain Hutchinson Engineer Troops.He was one of the 6 brothers from Shelby County that fought for the Confederacy.
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Date Added: 1/26/2009

Company E
William Isbell
- Private
William Isbell was captured near Nashville and taken to Camp Douglas in Illinois.
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Date Added: 1/26/2009

Company E
William Riley Kendrick
- Private
1 of the 90 left to surrender in North Carolina.
Contact Name: Jared Kendrick
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Date Added: 5/13/2008

Company E
Calvin Lee Mooney
- Private
C.L. Mooney is my great, great Grandfather.
Contact Name: Allan Staib
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Date Added: 12/28/2013

Company E
Samuel Lindsey Nivens
- Private
entered service as private in Fall 1862 at Lester's Chapel in Co. E 29th Ala. Reg., until close of war
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Date Added: 12/14/2007

Company E
J. Loftin Quinn
- Private
Pvt. J. Loftin Quinn (1843 - 1908) enlisted in Wilsonville, Shelby, Alabama on 1 SEP 1862. He was soon mustered into the 29th Alabama Infantry, Company 'B', at Camp Lee, Pollard, Alabama and remained there from September 1862 until June 1863. In May 1863 J. Loftin Quinn was admitted to the nearby Greenville Confederate Hospital suffering from Int. Fever and was released a few days later. He then moved to Mobile, Alabama where the 29th Alabama Infantry remained from July 1863 until April 1864 when it was deployed to Resaca, Georgia to initiate the Atlanta / Dalton Campaign. He fought with the 29th Alabama Infantry at the Battles of Resaca, Kennesaw Mountain, New Hope Church, Peach Tree Creek and Ezra Church. At the Battle of Ezra Church on 28 JUL 1864, J. Loftin Quinn was combat wounded when he was shot and a musket ball was lodged in his left arm where the following day on 29 JUL 1864 he was admitted to Floyd House and Ocmulgee Confederate Hospital in Macon Georgia after which he was furloughed for 60 days to recover from his injuries. After the fall of Atlanta on September 1, 1864 the 29th Alabama evacuated north to Franklin, Tennesse where they fought on November 30, 1864 and then moved on to Nashville, Tennessee where they fought that Campaign from December 2 - 16, 1864 at Confederate Redoubt # 4. J. Loftin Quinn was again Combat Wounded and was listed as being admitted to the Way Confederate Hospital in Meridian, Mississippi where he was again furloughed for 60 days to recover fron his injuries. Before he could catch back up with the 29th Alabama Infantry he was reported surrendered under Lt. Alec. Mackay in Citronelle, Alabama on May 4, 1865 and officially paroled at Columbus, Mississippi on 16 May 1865.
Contact Name: David E. Gould
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Date Added: 5/28/2011

Company F
William Armstrong
- Private
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Contact Name: Randi Armstrong
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Date Added: 3/21/2017

Company F
George Washington Breakfield
- Private
George is the husband of my 3rd Cousin 4x removed. Married to Emiline Millie Thomas b. 11 Feb. 1846 in Chester SC. Her family moved to Blount Co Ala. George enlisted 1 Dec. 1861 at Blount Springs, Blount Co. Alabama. There are 8 cards in his files. They show that he was in his unit until August of 1863. He survived the war and died in Montgomery County Arkansas.
Contact Name: Phillip Thomas
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Date Added: 9/17/2014

Company F
William Alexander Chappell
Rank Unknown
William A. Chappell(Co F 29th Regt Ala Inf)enlisted Sept. 19, 1861, at Brakes Ferry, near Blount Springs. He was wounded in the arm at Resaca, Georgia on May 14, 1864 and again at Peachtree Creek on July 20, 1864. He was issued a medical discharge on Oct. 18, 1864 and returned home where he married Sarah Jane Thomas at Warrior, Ala. in December, 1865.
Contact Name: Mathew camp
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Date Added: 4/22/2023

Company F
Eli Guthrie
- Private
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Contact Name: Jason Guthrie
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Date Added: 1/14/2013

Company F
John Barney Guthrie
- Private
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Contact Name: Jason Guthrie
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Date Added: 1/14/2013

Company F
Leroy R Guthrie
- Private
No comments
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Date Added: 1/14/2013

Company F
David C. Hayes
- Corporal
Corporal David C. Hayes
29th Alabama Infantry Regiment
Company F , 'Blount County Tiger Boys'
Contact Name: Tracy Hayes Reynolds
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Date Added: 6/25/2007

Company F
William W. Hill
- Private
Pvt. William W. Hill, Co. F, 29 Alabama Inf. Was wounded and lost a leg. Do not know what battle. Buried at Fairveiw No.2, St. Clair County, Alabama. Service held April 25, 2009 by DOC and SCV for Pvt Hill's new grave marker.
Contact Name: Jerry Tucker
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Date Added: 4/28/2009

Company F
Alexander A Hogland
Rank Unknown
10/21/1839 - 5/9/1923
My 4th great grandfather. After the war he worked as a farmer, blacksmith, and coffin maker.
Contact Name: Nick
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Date Added: 8/13/2018

Company F
James Pendleton Isbell
- Private
James was one of the 6 Isbell brothers that fought for the Confederacy from Shelby County, Al.He was wounded in the hand at Kennesaw Mt. Ga and paroled at Newton, N.C. 9 Apr 1865.
Contact Name: Donna Baker
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Date Added: 1/26/2009

Company F
James Joseph Lawley
- Private
Great Great Great Grandfather
Contact Name: Clifton Boyd
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Date Added: 12/10/2008

Company F
Benjamin Franklin McAnally
Rank Unknown
Enlisted 5 Feb. 1863 at Blout Springs Ala.
Contact Name: Jason McAnally
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Date Added: 9/22/2015

Company F
Elijah Jr. McAnally
Rank Unknown
Enlisted 19 Sept. 1861 at Blount Springs Ala. and received a medical discharge 2 April 1862
Contact Name: Jason McAnally
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Date Added: 9/22/2015

Company F
William J McAnally
- Private
William has 10 cards in his archival file. He enlisted at Blount Springs, Blount County Alabama on 19 Sept. 1861. William was about 23 years old. His information is limited to the fact he was sick in the hospital at Greenville, Alabama in June 1863. He was also there on 10 July 1863 when the paymaster came to the hospital and paid him $22.00's He was the husband of my Elizabeth Thomas 3rd cousin 4 x removed.
Contact Name: Phillip Thomas
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Date Added: 9/17/2015

Company F
Arthur McPherson
- Private
Brother of Henry McPherson
29 Alabama Infantry, His mother, Nancy Kincheloe McPherson, among my ancestor / relatives from upper East Tenn.

Company F,

Soldier's Rank_Out Private
Contact Name: Glenn Land
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Date Added: 11/23/2006

Company F
Henry McPherson
- Private
His mother, Nancy Kincheloe McPherson, among my ancestor / relatives from upper East Tenn. Henry McPherson,
29 Alabama Infantry,

Company F ' The Blount County Tiger Boys '
Soldier's Rank_In Private
Soldier's Rank_Out Private
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Date Added: 11/23/2006

Company F
Lewis McPherson
- Private
2 other brothers served with him. A 4th brother,Samuel, served in the Alabama Cavalry.Samuel H. McPherson:
Regiment Name Alabama Cav. (Lewis' Batt'n.)
Company E
Soldier's Rank_In Private
Soldier's Rank_Out Private. Their mother, Nancy Kincheloe McPherson, from my maternal ancestors/relatives in East Tennessee.
Contact Name: Glenn Land
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Date Added: 11/24/2006

Company F
John Campbell Thomas
- Private
John was abt. 21 from Blount County Alabama. His records are sparce. We know he joined Co F 29th Regiment Alabama Infantry at Blount Springs Ala. on 19 Sept. 1861.
Contact Name: Phillip Thomas
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Date Added: 9/17/2014

Company F
William Demetrias Walker
- 1st Sergeant
No comments
Contact Name: Linda clemons
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Contact Homepage: Cherokee Sue
Date Added: 4/28/2019

Company G
William Bryant Lain (Lane)
- Private
No comments
Contact Name: Arthur Brown
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Date Added: 12/9/2013

Company G
William Thomas Teal
- Private
Engagements: Resaca, New Hope Church, Peachtree Creek. Wounded on July 28, 1864 Battle of Atlanta. Enlisted at age 17 at Clayton (Barbour Co.) Alabama on March 4, 1862. He is my great-grandfather.
Contact Name: Russell Teal
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Date Added: 10/5/2009

Company H
William Alford Thomas
- Private
William enlisted 11 Feb. 1863 at Blount Springs in Co F. 29th Alabama Infantry. His records are scant and reveals that he was admitted for six days for acute dysentery at Ross Hosopital, Mobile Ala. in Sept of 1863. William also appears on the record in Co. H of the 30th Ala. Infantry.
Contact Name: Phillip Thomas
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Date Added: 12/23/2013

Company H
David James Childress
- Private
Enlisted as a Private on 8 February 1862 at the age of 18.
Captured at Big Shanty, GA on 15 June 1864.
Sent to Louisville, KY on 22 June 1864.
Forwarded to Rock Island, IL on 24 June 1864.
Released on 13 October 1864 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.
Contact Name: Eric Stone
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Date Added: 6/20/2010

Company H
Allen Jackson Hicks
- Private
No comments
Contact Name: Stephen Woodard
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Date Added: 8/13/2023

Company H
ANDREW JACKSON HICKS
- Private
29th Alabama Infantry Regiment, Company H, fought in battles at Resaca, Ezra Church, Kennesaw, Peachtree Creek, Chattahoochie, finger shot off in Atlanta, went to Franklin, shot in jaw at Nashville, went on to Bentonville and later surrendered at Durham Station, less than 90 of 1100 of the 29th surrendered at Durham Station, April 25th, 1865, he died
in 1907 and buried at Tabernacle Methodist Church, Lawley, Al.
Contact Name: LARRY S HICKS
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Date Added: 2/5/2006

Company H
Malcolm D MacQueen
- Private
Military grave marker at Newberry Village Cemetery, Newberry S.C.
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Date Added: 5/8/2012

Company H
Solomon Jackson Mull
- Private
No comments
Contact Name: Jeremy Mull
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Date Added: 9/15/2012

Company H
William Jefferson Rea
- Private
He's my 2nd Great Grandfather. He enlisted in Company H 'Cahaba Rifles' on May 1862 in Randolph, Alabama and served through the war until he surrendered at Gainsville, Alabama in 1865.
Contact Name: Steve Ray
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Date Added: 9/19/2007

Company I
Green Alexander Bush
- Private
born 11-18-1849, died 09-02-1933, enlisted 01-01-1863, discharged 04-26-1865, buried Union Baptist Cem., George Cty. Ms.
Contact Name: James Trussell
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Date Added: 8/5/2010

Company I
Green Alexander Bush
- Private
Green Alexander Bush
Green Alexander Bush was my Great Grandfather. He was born 18 November, 1849 in Stewart County, Georgia. The 1860 U. S. Alabama Federal Census, shows he was living with his parents, Prescott Bush, Jr and Charlotte Lamb Bush, in Rural Hill, Conecuh County, Alabama; and was 10 years old. According to Old Family Bible, Pension Application, and other Personal Family Records, he enlisted in the Confederate Alabama 29th Infantry, Company I, as a Private, under the Command of Colonel Campbell and Captain Sauls, soon after his 14th birthday. He served until his Unit surrendered at Mobile, Alabama; and was then detailed/transferred to work in the Evergreen, Alabama Commissary for about 5 months until the Official End of the Civil War in 1865.
Following the end of the Civil War in 1865, Green Alexander Bush married Charlotte Lamb from Theadville, Clarke County, Mississippi on 22 December, 1870; and they moved to Laurel, Jones County, Mississippi. They purchased a General Mercantile Store in Laurel; and Green Alexander served as City of Laurel Alderman for several years before eventually moving to Lucedale, George County, Mississippi in January, 1912. They remained residing in the Town of Lucedale, until 1918, when they purchased a plot of Farm land just outside of Town. They were both buried in The Union Cemetery, now known as the Union Baptist Church Cemetery in George County, Mississippi.
Contact Name: Jerry Goss
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Date Added: 8/13/2023

Company I
Daniel Riley Crawford
- Private
D R Crawford was a private in Co I 29th Inf Alabama he was from Covington County and was wounded at Ezra Church. He survived the war and lived in Escambia County Alabama and is buried there. He is the brother to J A also of that unit. Both wounded at Ezra Church and both in N C when LEE Surrendered. Any other info or photos appreciated. He was my great uncle.
Contact Name: Ida C Dickey
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Date Added: 7/5/2010

Company I
John A Crawford
- Private
John was from Covington County, Ala was wounded at Ezra Church and lived in Texas after the war and died there in 1923. Any other info or photos would be appreciated. He was my great uncle.
Contact Name: Ida C Dickey
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Date Added: 7/5/2010

Company I
Jesse Birch Daniel
- Corporal
aka: Jesse B Dannel, JB Dannel. Wife Rachel

FORREST E. BRADBERRY, JR.
PO BOX 1442
PALESTINE TX 75802-1442
Contact Name: Forrest E.Bradberry, Jr.
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Date Added: 4/12/2007

Company I
William C. Miller
- Private
William C. Miller is my Great great Grandfather Who survived the war and is buried at Dearmandville Methodist cemetary near Oxford Al. Was married to Isabel Moore.
Contact Name: James Miller
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Date Added: 7/3/2009

Company I
John W Pedigo
- Private
John W Pedigo was hospitalized three different times during the war with illnesses. He was captured near Nashville, taken to Camp Douglas, Illinois where he died of pneumonia on January 5, 1865. His family never knew what happened to him, just knew he didn't come back. Only about ten years ago did one of his great great grandsons discover this information and learn of his fate.
Contact Name: Brent Missildine
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Date Added: 2/15/2008

Company I
Stephen Self Thompson
- Private
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Contact Name: L Borum
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Date Added: 2/3/2010

Company I
Sion Wesley West
- Private
Sion was born 26 Oct 1827 in Coffee Co. Alabama. He has 7 cards in his archival file. He enlisted 3 Sept 1862 at about 34 years old. He enlisted at Camp Lee. One card has him in the guard house in camp, offense not given. He fought at Rosaca, New Hope Church, Peach Tree Creek and Atlanta Ga. He moved into Tennessee and was wounded 30 Nov 1864 at the battle of Franklin. No other data found. He survived the war and is buried at Pennington Town Cem. Trinity Co. Texas. He was the father in law of my 4th cousin 3 x removed Martha Clark.
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Date Added: 8/2/2020

Company K
Francis Marion Golden
- Private
Francis was born 2 Nov 1834 in Limestone Co. Ala. He died after 1910 in Jackson, Little River Co. Arkansas. He has 7 cards in his archival file. He enlisted 5 May 1862 at Clayton, Alabama. Enlisted by Capt McNab. He is on sick furlough 24 July to 24 August 1862. Rejoined his company and his last card has him being paid on 30 June 1863. The Regiment was organized at Pensacola Fla. in Feb 1862. It remained at that location for over a year. It was ordered to Mobile, Ala. and remained there until April 1864. It then joined the Army of Tennessee at Resaca, Ga where it lost about 100 killed and wounded. Fought at New Hope, Peach Tree Creek, Atlanta Campaign. Moved with Gen Hood to Tenn. where they lost heavily at Franklin. The small number remaining went to the Carolina's where they fought at Kinston and their last fight at Bentonville. About 90 men surrendered at Greensboro. NC... We are related by a very distant marriage on my mothers side.
Contact Name: phillip thomas
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Date Added: 9/25/2019

Company K
Nicholas H Carter
- Private
This was my 2nd great grandpa, enlisted in 1861 from Barbour Co Al. He was station in Pensacola for the 1st year and half, was then called to Mobile to join the Army of Tennessee. Im certain he fought in peach tree creek, Atlanta, Resaca, Franklin and Nashville. After that I think he fought in Bentonville till the surrender. He moved his family to Winnsboro Texas where he is buried. He died at the age of 47.
Would love to find a picture of him.
Contact Name: Travis H Carter
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Date Added: 7/14/2023

Company K
Joseph Carter Green
- Private
He is my great great great grandfather.
Contact Name: Charles Cook
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Date Added: 6/27/2017

Company K
William Ezekiel Green
- Private
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Contact Name: Charles Patrick
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Date Added: 9/23/2014

Company K
Benjamin Lewis
- Private
Enlistment Date: Mar 15, 1862
Age: 51
Occupation: Mechanic & Farmer
native of Lexington District, S.C.
Date of Death: May 30, 1862
died of measles at Montgomery, Ala
Authority: List, Condition of claims, 2nd Aud., C. S. Treas
Remarks: Annie J. Lewis, Widow, Clayton, Alabama. No deserter list. Supplied & Verified August 6th, 1864. Claim filed November 3, 1862 and March 12, 1863.

Contact Name: Linda Stringer
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Date Added: 12/4/2012

Company K
Henry Harrison Lewis
- Private
Henry Harrison Lewis -
Enlistment Date: Mar 10, 1862 Age 21
Co. K 29th Reg. Mustered: 11 Mar. 1862 Clayton, Ala.
Occupation: Farmer
Engagements: Mobile, Reseca, Nashville, then Kinston and Bentonville. At New Hope Church the losses were heavy. Near Atlanta, half of the regiment was killed or wounded. Less than 90 men remaining from the regiment surrendered on April 26, 1865 at Greensboro, NC.
Wounded: Atlanta, Georgia, July 22, 1864 Badly wounded at Kennesaw Mountain, Ga. June 18, 1864; transferred to Barbour County Aug 1, 1864.
Loss of Right arm, other injuries
Pension Rec: Yes
Authority: Maimed Soldiers Record, State Auditor Book I, Page 4.

He and his father, Benjamin Lewis, enlisted in the same unit; however, his father was dead by May 30, 1862. Two other brothers enlisted in different units.

Henry Harrison Lewis, 'Tobe,' was born Feb. 4, 1839 and died Oct 10, 1914 in Barbour County, Ala. He is buried in Mt. Zion Church Cemetery, NW of Louisville, Barbour County, AL.
Contact Name: Linda Stringer
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Date Added: 1/1/2013

Company K
Hugh McLean
- Private
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Contact Name: John Harman
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Date Added: 6/5/2006

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