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Company Unknown
Presley Preston Ballard - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Perry Ballard
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Date Added:  6/5/2011
Company Unknown
Albion Spruill Russell - 1st Lieutenant   
Enl 8 May 1862 at Princeton, AR. Age 34. Captured 4 Jul 1863 at Helena, AR  & sent to MP Alton, IL 9 Jul 1863. then to Johnson's Island, OH 6 Aug 1863. Age 35. Born AL.
Contact Name:  Carol Bridges
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Date Added:  2/19/2017
Company A
Emanuel Antley (Antly) - Private   
Died of disease at Vicksburg July 1863. Buried in unmarked, probably mass grave in Vicksburg. Father of two daughters that married Joe D. & Ben A. Forrester. They were all in the 37th.
Contact Name:  Sam Forrester
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Date Added:  1/26/2015
Company A
Thomas E.W. Callen - Private   
Thomas E.W. Callen was born in Dallas County, Alabama in 1842 and died in Barbour County, Alabama in 1920.
Contact Name:  Doug Purcell
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Date Added:  10/26/2009
Company A
James Michael Dawsey - Private   
Age at enlistment 20 years old. Was a POW at Holly Springs, MS. and sent to Cairo,(Ms?)for exchange on 22 Dec 1862. Died in service at unknown place/date, appears to have died of pneumonia while Pow in Union hands- source suggest he died at/near Memphis, Tn. Brother to Thomas Jefferson Dawsey.
Contact Name:  Sam Forrester
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Date Added:  2/18/2015
Company A
Thomas Jefferson Dawsey - Private   
Paroled at Vicksburg MS. on 9 July 1863. WIA at Lookout Mt. TN. on 24 Nov.1863(shot in arm). Sent to hospital and later sent home to recuperate where he apparently deserted and joined the Union Army. According to on statement made to Houston Co. AL.in 1907, he enlisted in 1863 at Vernon FL. in the 14th New York Cavalry, Co.H, U.S.A. where he: 'continued until 1 1/2 years and then transferred to Co. E, New York Cavalry and stayed until close of war.'
Contact Name:  Sam Forrester
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Date Added:  2/18/2015
Company A
Benjamin Albert Forrester - Private   
Brother to Joseph Duncan Forrester. He served in 37th until end of War. Served 7 months in the 7th Georgia Infantry State Troups prior to joining the 37th Alabama Regiment.
Contact Name:  Sam Forrester
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Date Added:  1/26/2015
Company A
Joseph Duncan Forrester - Private   
He was my GrearGrandfather. Came home after Vicksburg and enlisted in the 5th Battalion Flordia Cavalry Company E.
Contact Name:  Sam Forrester
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Date Added:  1/26/2015
Company A
Jesse Holland - Private   
Brother to John Holland & Spencer R. Holland
Contact Name:  Sam Forrester
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Date Added:  1/27/2015
Company A
John Holland - Private   
Emanuel Antley was his Father-in-law. John married a daughter named Mary(Polly Ann) Antley. John was killed 14 November 1862 at Oxford, Mississippi and is buried there.
Contact Name:  Sam Forrester
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Date Added:  1/26/2015
Company A
Spencer R. Holland - Private   
Brother to Jesse & John Holland
Contact Name:  Sam Forrester
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Date Added:  1/27/2015
Company B
Henry Terrell Bishop - Corporal   
Enlistment Info:Daviston, Corporal,
Military Engagement Info:Served until wounded at Atlanta.
Battles: Fought on 25 Nov 1863 at Missionary Ridge, TN.
Fought on 18 Jun 1864 at Kenesaw Mountain, GA.
Regiment History: THE THIRTY-SEVENTH ALABAMA INFANTRY.
The Thirty-seventh was organized at Auburn in the spring of 1862;
sent to Columbus, Miss., from there to Tupelo.
With Price at Iuka, September 19-20, 1862, it began its long roll
of battles, and was highly commended by Brigadier-General Martin
and by General Price. Both its colonel, J. F. Dowdell, and its
lieutenant-colonel, A. A. Greene, were wounded in this fight,
besides forty-three of the men. The regiment went into battle
with 304 men, so that its loss was heavy.
General Little, in whose division it was, was killed at Iuka. In
the battle of Corinth, October 3-5, 1862, it lost heavily and its
brigade commander, General Martin, was killed. Brigaded under
General Moore, the winter of 1862-63 was spent in Mississippi.
It took part at Chickasaw Bayou, was sent to Sunflower river, but
returned before the close of the spring; was in the battles of
Port Gibson, May 1, 1863, and Baker's Creek, May 16th, where it
lost heavily.From that time till July 4th it formed part of the garrison at
Vicksburg, and was captured with that place, where it had
suffered greatly from losses and privations. For awhile, after
being exchanged, the regiment was in parole camp at Demopolis.
Later it was transferred to the army of Tennessee, and took part
in the battles of Lookout Mountain, November 24th; Missionary
Ridge, November 25th. After wintering at Dalton, brigaded under
Gen. Alpheus Baker, the regiment was ever in the van of the army
in the battles of the Georgia campaign, at Rocky Face mountain,
May 9th and 10th; Resaca, May 14th and 15th; and New Hope church,
May 25th, where it lost heavily, officers and men.
In the battles around Atlanta its casualties were great. The
regiment was sent for in the winter to do garrison duty at
Spanish Fort, but early in the spring it was returned to the army
of Tennessee, and again was in battle at Bentonville.
Consolidated with the Forty-second and Fifty-fourth Alabama,
commanded by Col. John A. Winter, it surrendered in North
Carolina. This regiment was remarkable for the large number of
its officers killed and wounded.
Capt. Marion C. J. Searcy was wounded at Corinth and killed at
Missionary Ridge. Capt. W. W. Meadows was killed, and Capts.
Moses B. Greene, John 0. Davis and S. M. Robertson were wounded,
at Corinth; Capt. J. C. Kendrick was wounded at Corinth and at
Atlanta; Capt. J. J. Padgett was wounded; Capt. Joel G. Greene,
at Atlanta; Capt. C. Pennington, at Resaca; Capt. J. M. Leach was
killed at New Hope: Capt. C. E. Evans was wounded at Resaca and
Atlanta; Capt. James H. Johnson wounded at Atlanta.
Its field officers were Col. James F. Dowdell, captured at
Vicksburg; Lieut.-Col. A. A. Greene, wounded at Iuka and at
Missionary Ridge, and killed at Atlanta; Lieut.Col. W. F. Slaton,
wounded at Corinth and captured at Lookout Mountain; and Majs.
John P. W. Amorine and Joel C. Kendrick.
Source: Confederate Military History, vol. VIII, p. 172
Contact Name:  Marjorie Lovett
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Date Added:  4/4/2016
Company B
Hughey F Cooley - Private   
Anyone with any further Cooley information please feel free to contact me.
Contact Name:  Megan Cooley
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Date Added:  6/20/2006
Company C
Joseph Hardy Ballard - Unknown   
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Date Added:  6/5/2011
Company C
Len Reynolds Brightwell - Private   
Called Reynolds Brightwell; lived to make it back home in April of 1863. Unfortunately; he died in May 1863.Brightwell, Len Reynolds (sic Burnel)
Private Company C Age at Enlistment: 38
Enlisted 31 March 1862 at Leon AL for a period of three years; Appears on Muster Roll of Co C dated 13 May 1862 at Auburn AL; Believed WIA in unknown action and died of his wounds at home while in service; Died 20 May 1863 and claim for deceased soldier filed 27 May 1863 by Caroline Brightwell, widow, at Covington AL (speed by which claim was filed supports belief that he was home at time of death); Appears on Pay Roll dated 31 Oct 1863 at Montgomery AL with notation 'Died in Covington County, Alabama' (during the pay period); He was son of William Brightwell and Sara Windsor Brightwell of Barnwell SC; Wife/widow Caroline E. Parker Brightwell was daughter of Daniel C. Parker and Mary Mitchell; Included in report of Covington Rifles, SCV Camp No. 1586 of Andalusia, Alabama entitled 'Known Gravesites of Confederate Soldiers and Sailors Buried in Covington County, Alabama' as one of '... buried on the battlefields or believed to be buried in unmarked graves in Covington County' with this entry: 'Brightwell, L. Reynolds. Died in service 20 May 1863. Co. C, 37th Alabama Infantry. Believed to have died at home while on furlough. Wife Caroline.'; Record in AL Archives for 'Burnel Brightwell' contains ident.Brightwell, Len Reynolds Co C
Included in report of Covington Rifles, SCV Camp No. 1586 of Andalusia, AL entitled Known Gravesites of Confederate Soldiers and Sailors Buried in Covington County, Alabama as one:
'... buried on the battlefields or believed to be buried in unmarked graves in Covington County' with this entry: 'Brightwell, L. Reynolds. Died in service 20 May 1863. Co. C, 37th Alabama Infantry. Believed to have died at home while on furlough ...'
Contact Name:  L. Brightwell
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Date Added:  11/24/2010
Company D
John Bernard DeVan - 3rd Corporal   
John Was about 19 years old when he enlisted 9 April 1862 in Capt Slayton's Company. 37th Regt. Alabama Infantry. Mustered in on 30 June 1862 at Auburn, Lee Co. Ala. for 3 years or the war. Captured at Vicksburg and paroled. Paroled at Greensboro N. C. on 1 May 1865. 1100 men took the field and only 300 hundred were present when the unit flags were furled. Deo Vindice
Battles: Iuka, Corinth, Chickasaw Bayou, Port Gibson, Champion Hill, Vicksburg [ where he was captured and paroled. Lookout Moountain , Chattanooga, Resaca, Noonday Creek, Kennesaw, Atlanta, Bentonville NC.
Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  1/1/2019
Company E
Seaborn Isaac Cowart - 3rd Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Ray Wainner
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Date Added:  7/1/2008
Company E
John David Dupree - Private   
John, was the first husband of my 3rd cousin 4 times removed. They Divorced after a few years and he remarried. He has 4 cards in his archival file, 3 of which are clothing issue. I do know he survived the war. His cover CMR is all I have of his service.
Contact Name:  Phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  2/25/2017
Company E
James Olive - Unknown   
Age at Enlistment: 36
Enlisted 29 March 1862 at Woodville AL, along with William and Talbot. No other information is known at this time about his service, although he survived. From all research, it may be possible that he was among 75 men out of 2,000 in the regiment that fought and survived the 37th's entire Civil War campaign. Further research is needed to validate this claim.
Contact Name:  Andrew R. Morgan
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Date Added:  7/20/2012
Company E
Talbot Olive - Private   
Age at Enlistment: 31
Enlisted 29 March 1862 at Woodville AL;
Signed his parole at Vicksburg MS on 9 July 1863 with X, most likely rejoined the 37th when the regiment was recalled. Believed to have fought in many battles, including Vicksburg, Lookout Mountain, and Atlanta. After Atlanta, the 37th was sent to Spanish Fort from August to December 1864. Hospitalized in Ross Hospital at Mobile AL, Oct 17-24 1864 with Febris Intermittens, Tert. (malaria). Unsure if he survived.
Contact Name:  Andrew R. Morgan
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Date Added:  7/20/2012
Company E
William Olive - 2nd Corporal   
Age at Enlistment: 24
Enlisted 29 March 1862 at Woodville AL;
He participated in the Battle of Vicksburg, Signed his parole at Vicksburg MS on 9 July 1863, unsure if he rejoined the 37th with Talbot when the regiment was recalled. If he did, he may have fought at Lookout Mountain, and Atlanta. No other information is known at this time about his service.
Contact Name:  Andrew R. Morgan
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Date Added:  7/20/2012
Company E
John Gilchrist Purcell - 2nd Lieutenant   
John Gilchrist Purcell was born in 1835 in Robeson County, North Carolina and died there in 1863 after contracting typhoid fever in the waning days of the siege of Vicksburg. It is thought that he served as commanding officer for Company E during the illness of its captain.
Contact Name:  Doug Purcell
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Date Added:  10/26/2009
Company E
Harrison Shadrick - Private   
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Contact Name:  M Shadrick
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Date Added:  7/14/2007
Company E
Joseph R Smith - 1st Lieutenant   
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Date Added:  7/14/2005
Company F
Joel B. Barefoot - Private   
Residence was not listed; 31 years old.
Enlisted on 3/12/1862 as a Private.
On 3/12/1862 he mustered into 'F' Co. AL 37th Infantry
He died of wounds on 2/10/1863 at Oxford, MS
He was listed as:
* Wounded (date and place not stated)
Other Information:
born 16 Jun 1830 in Georgia
Buried: Old Soldiers' Cemetery, Oxford, MS
Age at Enlistment: 31
Enlisted 12 March 1862 at China Grove, Pike County AL; Appears on Muster Roll of Company F dated 26 May 1862 at Auburn AL; Died in service 13 Feb 1863 of unknown cause at Columbus MS; Appears with notation 'Killed' on Muster Roll of Company F dated 20 April 1862 (probably misread and should be 1863); Claim for deceased soldier filed 7 May 1863 by widow Margaret J. Barefoot (also Bearfoot) care of B. Fitzpatrick, Troy AL; He left $39.95 with Quartermaster of CSA. Listed as Killed in battle or died of wounds (presumably KIA/DOW in one of various actions along Sunflower or Yazoo Rivers in MS during Feb 1863); According to family researcher, 'died during the Yazoo Pass Expedition'
(one of approximately 200 Confederates interred there)
Contact Name:  A. Bright
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Date Added:  9/4/2014
Company F
William M Bishop - Private   
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Date Added:  4/4/2016
Company F
David Jackson Dorries - Private   
Was wounded in arm and captured. North told him to sign paper vowing his allegiance to North. He signed and intended to get a horse and return to his Alabama regiment. The war ended before he could get the horse, so he is shown as being in both Confederate and Union armies. His last name is written as DORRIS on medical part of enlistment paper and as DAVIS on register paper
Contact Name:  Judy Ross
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Date Added:  4/24/2013
Company F
Joseph (J.P.) Pressley Norsworthy - Private   
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Date Added:  12/7/2007
Company F
Benj. S. Scott - 1st Lieutenant   
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Date Added:  4/16/2004
Company F
Miles Bart Stevenson - Private   
My Grandpa - Enlisted in the 37th after serving one year in the 1st Alabama infantry from Pike county. Wounded and captured during Iuka/Corinth campaign. Exchanged and sent by river transport down to Vicksburg and later died from his wounds somewhere around Jackson - Nov.62. (Stephenson)
Contact Name:  Roy Hammett, Jr.
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Date Added:  11/29/2005
Company F
William Wallace Wilson - Unknown   
He was taken prisoner at Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Contact Name:  June Fowler
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Date Added:  10/21/2009
Company G
James Daniel Moss - Private   
James Daniel Moss, Private, Co G, 37th Al Inf Regt, enlisted 4/18/1862 at Auburn, Lee Co Al. On another document his enlistment was given as 5/25/61. His Col was James F Dowdell, his Cpt.s were Warner W Meadows, Sledge M. Robertson, and C. E. Evans. He was captured at the Battle of Lookout Mountain, Tenn, in 1863, and imprisoned at Rock Island, Ill. shortly thereafter. Family history relates that at war's end he was released, caught a train into Tenn or Ky then, had to walk or hitch a ride the rest of the way home.
Contact Name:  Paul Bartley
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Date Added:  9/5/2010
Company H
John Joseph Clark - Unknown   
15 Aug 1843 - 20 may 1920. Served 1861 -1865. Buried in Clopton Cem. Dale Co. ALA.
Contact Name:  Perry
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Date Added:  2/3/2009
Company H
Henry E Corbitt - Private   
Enlisted 18 March 1862 Lawrenceville, Henry County, Alabama.

Died of Pneumonia at Grenada, Mississippi 23 July 1862. Widow Hazeltine M Corbitt paid claim of $71.20.
Contact Name:  Larry Hammack
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Date Added:  3/15/2005
Company H
Robert M Corbitt - Private   
Enlisted 18 March 1862 at Lawrenceville, Henry County, Alabama.

Died 16 April 1863 of Typhoid Fever, at Yazoo, Mississippi.
Contact Name:  Larry Hammack
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Date Added:  3/15/2005
Company H
William J Corbitt - Private   
Enlisted 18 March 1862 at Lawrenceville, Henry County, Alabama.

Died 6 February 1864 at Kingston, Georgia. Widow, Lucy A Corbitt.
Contact Name:  Larry Hammack
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Date Added:  3/15/2005
Company H
Robert Samuel Fillingim - 1st Corporal   
Grandfather Robert Samuel Fillingim was born 1839. He married Mary Elizabeth Corbett Nov. 2, 1859, in Barbour Co., Ala. The Yankees captured him at seige of Vicksburg, July 4, 1863. He was paroled and went on to fight for rest of the war. He died 1916 in Coffee Co., Ala.
Contact Name:  Jan Fillingim
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Date Added:  11/19/2011
Company H
Jesse Thomas Hammack - Private   
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Date Added:  3/15/2005
Company H
William Alexander Jones - Private   
Wounded in right knee at Battle of Chickamauga Creek while fighting with Alabama Regiment 18 Sept 1863. Forded creek and set up breastworks. Best friend Robert Reynolds was with him and survived. William's Son, Bob Jones the Evangelist and Educator, was named after him and Jefferson Davis. Unit had 55% casualties.
Contact Name:  Richard Holgate
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Date Added:  4/2/2008
Company H
George Washington Lewis - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  John Harman
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Date Added:  6/5/2006
Company H
John Wright Lewis - Private   
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Contact Name:  John Harman
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Date Added:  6/5/2006
Company H
Stephen Britte Lewis - Private   
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Contact Name:  John Harman
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Date Added:  6/5/2006
Company H
Horatio James Marley - Private   
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Contact Name:  John Harman
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Date Added:  6/5/2006
Company H
William Thomas McLain - Private   
Married Camilla McDonald. Lived near Abbevile,Barbour Co.Al
Childern Willie, Randall, Lelah, Ella, Marvin, Hannie, John, Mittie...
Contact Name:  Walter P. Nichols
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Date Added:  1/15/2009
Company H
Robert Reynolds - Private   
Entered in memory of Robert as the best friend of William Alexander Jones, Father of Rev. Bob Jones the Evangelist and Educator.
Contact Name:  Richard Holgate
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Date Added:  4/2/2008
Company H
Marion C. J. Searcy - Captain   
(Born - Abt. 1840)
(Died - Dec 1863)
(Father - James Brittan Searcy)
(Married - Lucy Ann Richards)
(Capt. Marion C. J. Searcy was wounded at Corinth and killed at Missionary Ridge.)

(Captain Marion C. J. Searcy 'Company H' dies of the seemingly minor wound he receives at Missionary Ridge; while recuperating in the hospital, the wound - above the elbow - became gangrenous and his arm was amputated at the shoulder. He did not survive the surgery. H. F. Reynolds is named as his replacement. The regimental commander, Lieutenant Colonel Alexander A. Greene is wounded again during the fighting on Missionary Ridge. Greene and Searcy, having become good friends agree to write each other's eulogy in the event of the other’s death. Alexander Greene has to make good on his promise.)
Contact Name:  David Lewis
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Date Added:  9/18/2006
Company H
Spencer Wright - 1st Sergeant   
Spencer Wright, 1st/Orderly Sergeant, Capt. Searcy's Company, Alabama Volunteers,* enlisted March 18, 1862 at Lawrencville by M. C. Searcy for 3 years or the war, captured at Vicksburg, Miss. July 4, 1863, paroled July 10, paid December 15, 1863 for the period May 1 through October 31, 1863, $120, receipted for an issue of clothing April 14, 1864,
Contact Name:  Bob Wright
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Date Added:  6/7/2012
Company I
William T Hammack - Private   
Enlisted 14 March 1862 in LaFayette, Alabama.

Disability discharge on 26 July 1862.
Contact Name:  Larry Hammack
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Date Added:  3/15/2005
Company I
Elijah Nicholas - Private   
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Date Added:  8/21/2006
Company K
Newton J Baker - Private   
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Date Added:  6/28/2012
Company K
William B. Bundy - Private   
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Contact Name:  Pamela Boliew Mitcham
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Date Added:  11/24/2005
Company K
Silas Wright Flowers - Private   
Silas Wright(Right)Flowers Born 24 Feb 1846, Pike Co. AL. Enlisted 15Feb1862 also 20 Feb1864 at Troy, AL. Ross Hospital, Mobile Sep-Nov1864,Malaria. Paroled Greensboro, NC 1May1865 Died 1872. His Brother, William Willis Flowers was also amamber of Co K, 37 Ala Inf. Silsa Married His brother William W.'s widow, Mary.C Wilson.
Contact Name:  Walter P. Nichols
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Date Added:  2/2/2009
Company K
William Willis Flowers - Sergeant   
Enlisted 29Apr1862. Troy,AL.22yrs at enlistment. Muster roll 13May62 at Auburn AL as Private.Muster Roll 30 Apr63 as Private at Vicksburg, MS. Taken POW Vicksburg. Paroled as private. Signed at Dalton,GA 30April 1864 as a Sergent. Killed in Action, New Hope Church, GA 1864. Sgt.William W Flowers was born 28 Feb 1838. He was the son of John and Nancy Williams Flowers. His son, John Isham Flowers was mayor of Brundidge, AL circa 1900.
Contact Name:  Walter P. Nichols
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Date Added:  1/30/2009
Company K
James P Folkes - Private   
A pioneer citizen of Dothan Alabama. Enlisted at age 24.
Contact Name:  Sam Forrester
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Date Added:  2/18/2015
Company K
Andrew J Hearn - Unknown   
Pension filed Lee Co, AL. Died after 1907
Contact Name:  Linda s
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Date Added:  11/16/2006
Company K
George W Hurn - Unknown   
Pension filed Lee Co., AL Died after 1900.
Contact Name:  Linda S
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Date Added:  11/16/2006
Company K
John E. Moore - 2nd Corporal   
Enlisted CSA 37th Ala Inf. 17 Mar1862 at Spring Hill, Pike Co. AL. 17yrs old at enlistment. Pettigrew Hosp.#13 in Raleigh, NC 11 April 1865. Paroled Greensboro, NC 1May1865.
Early part of war was Around Mobile, Spanish Fort, AL. Went to CV Reunion in Dallas with several of his 37th Inf. buddies.
Contact Name:  Walter P. Nichols
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Date Added:  2/2/2009
Company K
William Pinckney Phillips - Unknown   
My GGGfather. Shot in face during Battle in 1864. Missing right arm.
Contact Name:  Cheryl Young
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Date Added:  3/20/2006
Company K
James Wilson - Corporal   
Born 19 May 1828. Married Manervia A. Glawson from Macon,Bibb Co.GA Died 18 July 1907. Son of Reubin and Mary Ray Wilson. NorthCarolina and then Pike Co. AL. James and Manervia were married in Pike Co. Ala. James is buried New Hope Cemetery,CoffeeCo,AL.....
Contact Name:  Walter P. Nichols
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Date Added:  1/30/2009
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