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Company Unknown
william'willis' wadsworth - Private   
he died jan. 20, 1864 buried in the marietta, cobb co. ga. con.cem. he was married to louise turner. they had one child elizabeth.
Contact Name:  ruth culpepper
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Date Added:  2/4/2009
Company A
Robert Blatcher Caudle - 1st Corporal   
Born Jan 3, 1842 on a farm which is now present-day Birmingham.
Hailed from southern Talladega County at the start of the Civil War.
Assigned to Captain Patterson''s Company, 30th Alabama Inf.
Wounded and captured in the Battle of Atlanta on Peachtree Street. Discharged with honor on 19 May, 1865.
Contact Name:  Stephen Caudle
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Date Added:  5/26/2003
Company A
Robert Patrick Henry Heacock - Captain   
Enlisted as Private Company A, Surrendered at Vicksburg and parolled. Appointed Captain, Co A. Killed in Action at Bentonville, 1865
Contact Name:  Scott Persons
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Date Added:  4/10/2008
Company A
Henry Penn Oden - Captain   
1823-1863 Killed at the Railroad Redoubt on 22 May 1863, during the Siege of Vicksburg
Contact Name:  George Hill
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Date Added:  3/6/2013
Company A
John Alexander Oden - Corporal   
1845-1912 Son of Captain Oden.
Contact Name:  George Hill
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Date Added:  3/6/2013
Company A
John L Oden - Corporal   
1829-unknown Brother of Captain Oden. Transferred to Company A, 8th Confederate Cavalry Regiment in Feb 1864. Survived the war.
Contact Name:  George Hill
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Date Added:  3/6/2013
Company A
Pryor N Roberson - Private   
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Contact Name:  Michael Sullivan
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Date Added:  11/22/2011
Company B
Rufus P. Alexander - Private   
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Contact Name:  J. W. Fears
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Contact Homepage:  www.jwaynefears.com
Date Added:  12/17/2012
Company B
Elijah Barryman Downing - Private   
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Contact Name:  Larry Burgess
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Date Added:  10/22/2006
Company B
B. F. Riley - Private   
Enlisted in the 30th Alabama Infantry at Talladega, Alabama.
Contact Name:  Jack Riley
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Date Added:  10/18/2009
Company B
William A Rutledge - Private   
Wounded at Jonesboro. Disability pension in 1889.
Contact Name:  Mary Lewis
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Date Added:  9/24/2016
Company C
William Jasper Acker - Private   
William Jasper Acker of Talladega Co., Alabama (1833 - 1881) served with the 30th Alabama from before Vicksburg and surrendered with the unit at the end of the war. He is my gggrandfather.
Contact Name:  Mike Little
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Date Added:  11/23/2005
Company C
James Woodard - Private   
James Woodard was the brother of my great-great-grandfather John Woodard. James muster in March 5, 1862 Eastaboga, Talladega,AL with the 30th AL Regiment. He is reported wounded at Kennesaw Mountain, Georgia and is listed :Register of Madison Hospital, Montgomery, Alabama August 4th 1864. C. J. Clark, Surg. in Chg. Remarks: Madison Hospital, Montgomery, Alabama. Furloughed August 3rd, 1864 for 60 days. James was Honorably Discharged April 5th, 1865. Authority: Pension Application Jefferson County
Contact Name:  Gordon LaPean
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Date Added:  8/16/2009
Company D
John Singleton Butler - Private   
Pvt J.S. Butler was killed May 16, 1863 at or near Champion Hill, Ms
Contact Name:  Gary K. Butler
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Date Added:  2/24/2017
Company D
Braziel Pickett - Private   
I think he was in Company D
Contact Name:  James Pesseackey
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Contact Homepage:  crimsontideguy
Date Added:  10/1/2008
Company D
Braziel Pickett - Private   
ABNER PICKETT 1791-1850 Grandfather of BRAZIEL PICKETT. Moved from Old Edgefield District, SC to Montevallo Shelby County,Alabama on/about 1815. 2nd Regiment? Alabama Reserve (63rd Regiment Infantry ?) Lees Company Alabama
Volunteers. Married CATHERINE LUCAS(1795-1850)Came to AL from SC along with his son.

JAMES PICKETT 1818-1864(father of BRAZIEL PICKETT) Married ELIZABETH BOOTH on 03-26-1843)Private CSA 44th Alabama Volunteer Infantry Company H. Died POW on 09-02-1864 at hospital barracks #3 Elmira, NY buried Woodlawn National Cemetery Elmira, NY CSA gave space 86. BRAZIEL PICKETT 1842-1921 Son of JAMES PICKETT) 30th ALABAMA Infantry Company D was captured and was a POW Married CATHERINE GARNER 1842-1910) JAMES PICKETT was the Father of NATHANIAL PICKETT (1868-1957 Married Fanny Goodwin 1872-1956. Lived in PEA RIDGE SHELBY COUNTY, AL. JESSE PICKETT 1900-1986 son of NATHANIAL PICKETT . Married MARGIE HOLSOMBACK 19??-1994- MILDRED (SOUPY)
PICKETT PESSEACKEY 1923-2006 first born of JESSE and MARGIE PICKETT and was my mother.
Contact Name:  James Pesseackey
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Contact Homepage:  crimsontideguy
Date Added:  10/1/2008
Company E
William Riley Cooley - Unknown   
captured at Champion Hill, Miss May 16, 1863, sent to Ft. Deleware, exchanged July4, 1863.
Contact Name:  Benny R Gordon
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Date Added:  7/27/2008
Company E
Adolphus Monroe Evans - Private   
Enlisted March 1862 in Calhoun County, Alabama and attended the Talladega Camp of Instruction. Following completion of his training, was assigned as a Private to Company E. At some point, Private Evans was captured and held as Prisoner of War. He was paroled May 20, 1865 by Brigadier General M.H. Chrysler, commanding the U.S. Forces at Talladega, AL.
Contact Name:  Jim Thornton
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Date Added:  8/3/2012
Company E
Fleury Montgomery Evans - Private   
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Contact Name:  Jim Thornton
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Date Added:  3/18/2015
Company E
Andrew Jackson Glass - Private   
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Contact Name:  Joan Greene
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Date Added:  11/12/2006
Company E
John Blake Palmer - Sergeant   

John Blake Palmer was reared in Calhoun County, AL and here attended the common school. In 1861, J. B. Palmer enlisted in Co. E, 30th Alabama Regiment, under Capt. McBee, and served until close of the war with the rank of orderly Seargent. He was wounded at Baker's Creek, in 1863, was then captured and paroled. After the war he began farming, followed it three years, and then began merchandising at Ladiga and conducted business at this point until 1886. In 1888 he was elected by the Democratic Party as Commissioner of Calhoun County and at the last election was again elected by a good majority. He was a member of the Masonic Order, was one of Calhoun county's best citizens, and he and his wife were members of the Baptist Church.
Contact Name:  Nolon B. Brothers
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Date Added:  8/14/2005
Company E
John S Reaves - Private   
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Contact Name:  Reeves Alan Daves
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Date Added:  1/19/2011
Company E
James M Tygret - Private   
Killed May 1st 1863 in battle of Port Gibson MS. Buried in Wintergreen Cemetery, Port Gibson, MS.
Contact Name:  Gayle Bachus
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Date Added:  7/31/2010
Company F
Thomas Baxter - Private   
Has a headstone which gives Confederate Service info but not dates.
Contact Name:  D Watson
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Date Added:  2/2/2013
Company F
Ephrom Greene Fulmer - Private   
Ephrom (aka Ephraim) was 40 years old in March of 1862 when he enlisted in Company F of the 30th Alabama. Ephrom grew up in the Edgefield District of South Carolina and moved to Talladega, Alabama sometime in the 1850s. He was a farmer. Ephraim's son Manuel J. was part of the unit as well, and was mortally wounded at the Battle of Resaca. He is buried in the Confederate Cemetery in Newnan, Georgia. Other relatives in the unit included his nephews William and James Fulmer as well as George Washington Gunter and A.M. and Hudson Hallman. Ephrom's health suffered from the rigors of army life in the field (severe dysentery) and he was granted a 30 day medical leave in April of 1863. Consequently, he most likely missed the Battle of Champion's Hill. Although never fully recovered, Ephrom was back in the ranks by the fall of Vicksburg and received his parole after the surrender of that city. Pension records indicate that he served almost until the end of the war or until March 25, 1865, when he received a medical discharge due to his ill health. After the war he returned to Talladega where he lived until his death in 1901. A Physician's Certificate dated June 4, 1900 shows that Ephrom suffered a stroke in 1896 and he was paralyzed on his right side and unable to work. The Certificate was signed by Dr. A.G. Sims, who was also a member of the 30th Alabama and had surrendered at Greensboro. Ephrom's wife was Mary Coleman Fulmer. My Great, Grandfather William Franklin Pickens Fulmer was one of Ephrom's sons. Ephrom is buried in the Hepzibah Cemetery in Talladega, Alabama and rests next to his wife Mary.
Contact Name:  Pam Fulmer
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Date Added:  6/15/2008
Company F
James S. Fulmer - Private   
James enlisted in Company F in March of 1862. His age is listed as 18 at the time of his enlistment. James died on February 5, 1863 in Tennessee. His death record does not list the cause of death.
Contact Name:  Pamkf
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Date Added:  8/26/2012
Company F
Manuel J. Fulmer - Private   
Manuel J. Fulmer enlisted in the Confederate Army in April 1862. He served in the same unit with his father, Ephrom Greene Fulmer. Manuel J. surrendered at Vicksburg and was paroled. He rejoined his unit and fought in the Chickamauga and Atlanta campaigns. He was mortally wounded at the Battle of Resaca and passed away in a field hospital near Newnan, Georgia. He is buried there.
Contact Name:  Pam Fulmer
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Date Added:  1/23/2012
Company F
William A. Fulmer - Private   
William Fulmer enlisted as a Private in Company F in March fo 1862. He fought in all the regiment's major battles until he was captured at the Battle of Nashville. At first sent to Louisville, Kentucky, he was later transferred to notorious Camp Douglas in Illinois where he managed to survive until the end of the war. He returned to Talladega after the war.
Contact Name:  Pam Fulmer
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Date Added:  1/23/2012
Company F
George Washington Gunter - Private   
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Contact Name:  George
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Date Added:  6/4/2011
Company F
Andrew M. Hallman - Private   
Andrew M. Hallman was captured and later paroled at Vicksburg. He remained with the 30th and was captured on December 16th at the Battle of Nashville. Sent to Camp Douglas, he arrived around the Christmas holiday. He survived his internment, and was paroled from Camp Douglas on June 19, 1865.
Contact Name:  Pamkf
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Date Added:  8/26/2012
Company F
William Wesley Hallman - Private   
William Wesley Hallman was captured on July 5, 1864 near Chatahooche, Georgia. He was sent to Camp Douglas in Illinois and released on May 16, 1865. On January 15, 1865 he is admitted into the camp hospital with a fever. Existing records do not indicate when he joined the 30th Alabama, but he was in the ranks for the surrender at Vicksburg in July 1863.
Contact Name:  Pamkf
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Date Added:  8/26/2012
Company F
Elijah L Horn - Sergeant   
Elijah L. Horn is buried in Horn's Memorial Cemetery Clay County Alabama.
Contact Name:  Rod Ross
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Date Added:  7/20/2010
Company F
Augustus Brownfield Thurman - Private   
Augustus was 33 years old. Enlisted 12 March 1862 in Capt. Sawyer's Co. Ala Vols. in Tallapoosa Co Alabama. This was mustered into Co F 30th Ala. Infantry Regt. Augustus fought, was captured at Vicksburg and paroled. He was captured again at Dallas, Georgia and sent to Rock Island POW camp in Illinois where he died on 28 August 1864 of Typhoid.
Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  7/6/2016
Company F
John Francis Marion Tyler - Private   
John Francis Marion Tyler, Pvt., Co F 30th Alabama Infantry Regt., died of wounds 2 July 1863 in Vivksburg, Warren Co., Ms., according to his record, have no idea where he is buried.
Contact Name:  Gerald Tyler
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Date Added:  4/30/2008
Company G
Willam Lewis Brown - Private   
There is a military grave marker in Beaulah cemetary in Albertville, Alabama with the following:
William Louis Brown 11/19/1836 - 12/13/1907 'PVT CO G 30 ALA INF CSA'.
He was my great- great- grandfather.
He was born in Georgia and married Frannie R. Haynes Feb. 6 1853 and had 13 children.
Contact Name:  Billie Brown
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Date Added:  12/19/2007
Company G
Joseph H Humphryes - Private   
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Contact Name:  Joey Richardson
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Date Added:  1/14/2008
Company G
Humphrey Davis Landers III - Private   
Not my relative. Discussed in book: In Care of Yellow River. Captured May 16 1863 at Champions Hill MS--Paroled July 4, 1863 Vicksburg MS--Recaptured Dec 16th 1864.
Contact Name:  Jim Shaw
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Date Added:  5/25/2011
Company G
William E. Morrison - Private   
none
Contact Name:  J English
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Date Added:  4/21/2009
Company H
James M. Rich - Private   
Enlisted March 20 1862 in St.Clair County Alabama was Captured at the battle of Vicksburg then Parolled by the 20th Ohio on 8th July 1863.He lived out the rest of his life in St.Clair County and buried at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Cemetary.
Contact Name:  Neal Phillips
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Date Added:  5/13/2012
Company H
William Robert Spruill - Private   
I have found the military records of Walter Robert Spruill ((photocopies). His last name did not contain an 'e' prior to capture at the surrender of Vicksburg. All records prior to that time were spelled Spruill. The July 4, 1863 POW record did not contain an 'e'. However, when he signed an oath on July 8, 1863, stating he would not take up arms against the U.S. unless duly exchanged, he signed adding the 'e'. He was exchanged July 23, 1863. He moved to Texas in 1894 and applied for a Confederate pension in 1925. It required official documentation of service. He obtained a copy of his oath from the U.S War department which included the 'e'. His pension check included the 'e' and he had to endorse it with the 'e'. Thereafter his name and those of his family was spelled Spruiell.
Contact Name:  Kerby Spruiell
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Date Added:  7/18/2012
Company I
Thomas B Clifton - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Brian Avery Clifton
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Date Added:  12/16/2018
Company I
David L. Riley - Private   
David was born on 14 June 1833 in Bluff Springs, Talladega, Alabama. David enlisted May 22, 1862 at Talladega, Alabama. Captured at Port Gibson, Mississippi on May 1, 1863. On May 3,1863 sent by steamboat up the Mississippi River to Alton Military Prison, Alton Illinois, arriving on May 18, 1863. Exchanged on June 12, 1863. On June 30, 1863 admitted to the General Hospital, Richmiond, Virginia. On July 12, 1863 sent to Howard Grove Hospital, Richmond, Virginia for treatment of a form of smallpox. Released to return to active duty on December 15, 1863. Surrendered April 26, 1865 at Greensboro, N.C.. Paroled May 2, 1865 at Salisbury, N.C.

David's younger brothers, John Calvin Riley b.1841, Co I, 30th Alabama and Abraham Caswell Riley b.1843, Co. K. 30th Alabama (Abraham captured at Port Gibson, wounded at Kolb's Farm near Marietta, Ga). David had two other Brothers in Alabama units, Martin b.1831 and Newton b.1839 both served in the 29th Alabama Infantry.
Contact Name:  Jack Andrew Riley Sr.
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Date Added:  10/16/2009
Company I
John Calvin Riley - Private   
John Calvin Riley b.1841 joined Co. I,30th Alabama Infantry, with his brothers, David L. Riley b.1833, Co. I, 30th Alabama Infantry and Abraham Caswell Riley b.1843, Co. K, 30th Alabama Infantry. His two other brothers Newton b.1839 and Martin b.1831.
Contact Name:  J. Riley
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Date Added:  10/16/2009
Company I
Henry K Sewell - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Brandi
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Date Added:  9/2/2010
Company I
Moses Sparks - Unknown   
Moses Sparks, son of Zerah and Luranna (Horn) Sparks, was born on February 22, 1847, in Butts County, Georgia, and was thus a six-year-old boy when he went to Alabama where he grew to manhood in the Boaz area of Sand Mountain in Marshall County. When he was fourteen years old, he enlisted in Company I of the 30th Regiment Alabama Infantry, Confederate States Army.

After returning from military service, Moses Sparks was married to Susan Scott on November 8, 1868, by D. C. Williamson. She had been born on April 2, 1846, in Alabama. She and Moses had eight children before her death on April 2, 1888. She was buried in the Friendship Cemetery near the village of Arab.

Shortly before the death of Susan, Moses moved west of Boaz to Brindlee Mountain, near the village of Arab. There he lived for the remainder of his life, and many of his descendants still live in the Guntersville-Arab area of Marshall County.
Contact Name:  Dan Hampton
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Date Added:  12/15/2009
Company K
Thomas B Abernathy - Unknown   
Killed May 20, 1862.
Contact Name:  Benny R Gordon
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Date Added:  7/28/2008
Company K
Thomas B Abernathy - Private   
Enlisted Mar 1, 1862, age 18. Camp Curry muster roll Mar 29, 1862. Killed May 20, 1862.
Contact Name:  Benny R Gordon
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Date Added:  7/28/2008
Company K
Alexander B Brasher - Private   
1835-1924
Contact Name:  George Hill
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Date Added:  3/9/2013
Company K
John Wesley Jennings - Private   
PRIVATE JOHN WESLEY JENNINGS
Company K, 30th Alabama Infantry
John Wesley Jennings was born April 6, 1828 in Georgia. He was the son of John B. and Nancy (Bruce) Jennings. John married Sarah Bethany Camp around 1871 in Polk County, Georgia. John Wesley Jennings died April 21, 1910 and was buried in the Pleasant Gap Cemetery near Pleasant Gap, Alabama (Cherokee County). His wife Sarah Bethany Jennings died October 9, 1921 in Tyler, Texas and was also buried in the Pleasant Gap Cemetery. Both of their graves are unmarked, but it is believed they are buried next to the marked grave of their daughter Effie G. Jennings. They had four children:
1. Effie G. Jennings, born November 1, 1871; died December 19, 1872
2. Walter Edward Jennings, born January 30, 1874; died June 14, 1952
3. Jackson J. Jennings, born June 1877; died March 6, 1920
4. Nancy Augusta Jennings, born November 4, 1880; died May 16, 1915
When he was still a boy in the late 1830’s, John Wesley Jennings’ family moved from Georgia and settled in Calhoun County, Alabama in the Rabbittown Community. His father John B. Jennings bought a farm and cultivated a small plot of land. In the early 1840’s the family fortunes declined and John B. Jennings lost the family farm. The family then moved to Jonesboro in Jefferson County where John B. Jennings worked in the iron ore mines until he saved enough money to buy back his farm in the late 1850’s.
By 1860 John Wesley Jennings was living away from home and working in Shelby County, Alabama. He enlisted on March 1, 1862 in Shelby County as a Private in Company B of the 30th Alabama Infantry. He later transferred to Company K which consisted of men from Calhoun County, many whom he probably knew. John Wesley Jennings’ C.S.A. pension records show that he was wounded at the Battle of Baker’s Creek (Champion Hill) in Mississippi. His C.S.A. service records show that he was captured during the battle on May 16, 1863 and admitted to the Prison Hospital at Champion Hills, Mississippi with a flesh wound to the right thigh. He was paroled and returned to Confederate service. Apparently his wound continued to trouble him because he was admitted to Way Hospital in Meridian Mississippi on February 20, 1865. He was furloughed for 60 days from the Disabled Camp in Lauderdale, Mississippi. The end of the war found John Wesley Jennings a prisoner of war in Talledega, Alabama. He was paroled on May 26, 1865 and the war was over for him.
After the war John Wesley Jennings returned to Cherokee County, Alabama where he lived for the rest of his life farming near Pleasant Gap. In 1994 John A. Roberts, a descendant of John Wesley Jennings, placed a C.S.A. tombstone on the site where John Wesley Jennings is believed to be buried to commemorate his Confederate service and mark his final resting place.
Contact Name:  John Roberts
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Date Added:  2/12/2009
Company K
Elihu James Nabors - Private   
died of wounds suffered at Champion Hill, Miss. 15 Apr 1863
Contact Name:  Benny R. Gordon
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Date Added:  7/27/2008
Company K
Abraham Caswell Riley - Private   
Abraham Caswell Riley b. 1843 in Coosa, Coosa, Alabama, joins with his brothers, David L. Riley b.1833-1903 and John Calvin Riley b.1841 the 30th Alabama Infantry at Talladega, Alabama. Abraham and David L. Riley will be captured at the battle of Port Gibson Mississippi on May 1, 1863 and sent on May 3, 1963 up the Mississippi River by steamboat to Alton Military Prision, Alton, Illinois arriving on May 18, 1863. They will be exchanged on June 12, 1863. On June 30 David is sent to the General Hosptial in Richmond, Virginia. Abraham is given a 30 day leave and reports back to his unit. In 1864, Abraham will be wounded at the battle of Kolb's Farm near Marietta, Georgia. He will return and Abraham and older brother David L. Riley will stack arms and surrender at Greensboro, N.C. on April 26, 1865.
Contact Name:  J. Riley
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Date Added:  10/16/2009
Company K
Isaac Marion Roy - Private   
Enlisted Mar 8, 1862. Served until surrender 27 Apr 1865.
Contact Name:  Benny R Gordon
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Date Added:  7/28/2008
Company K
Isaac Andrew Lucien Roy - Private   
Served at Vicksburg, then the Ga campaign, surrendered at Bentonville, N.C.
Contact Name:  Benny R. Gordon
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Date Added:  7/27/2008
Company K
Lafayette Needham Roy - Unknown   
Enlisted Mar 10, 1862. Lost left leg. Discharged July 10, 1862.
Contact Name:  Benny R Gordon
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Date Added:  7/28/2008
Company K
William Wharton Roy - Unknown   
Enlisted Mar 10, 1862. Discharged Apr 26, 1864-cause was excessive deafness.
Contact Name:  Benny R Gordon
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Date Added:  7/28/2008
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