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3rd Alabama Cavalry CSA

Name: Hale BradfordRank: Lieutenant Company:
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Name: James Martin AllenRank: Private Company: A
Enlisted on 9/25/1861 for 3 years at Mt. Sterling, AL in Choctaw County. On the May/June 1863 roll call, he was reported as AWOL around Shelbyville, TN, but in reality, he had been captured. He was captured on 6/27/1863 at Shelbyville, TN. On 6/30/1863 he was sent to Nashville, TN, then on 7/3/1863 he was sent to a Military Prison in Louisville, KY, then on 7/6/1863 he was sent to Camp Chase, OH, then on 7/14/1863 he was sent to Ft. Delaware, DE, and then finally he was sent to Point Lookout, MD on 10/22/1863. He was finally exchanged at Camp Lee, VA near Richmond, VA on 2/28/1865. He is buried in Mt. Sterling, AL at Mt. Sterling cemetery.
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Name: Richard W. GreeneRank: Private Company: A
born 01-09-1846, died 03-16-1908, enlisted 04-04-1861, discharged 05-04-1865, buried in McLeod Cem. Leaf, Ms.,
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Name: Joseph White LanierRank: Private Company: A
Enlisted at Mt. Sterling, AL on 8/1/1863 for 3 years or duration of the war. On his Nov/Dec of 1863 Roll Call, it states he was 'Absent with train in GA by accident war'. Doesn't make much sense to me. His next 3 and last service pages state that he was deceased and the QM received $3.30 of his personal affects. Doesn't state anything as to how or what caused his death. I have researched train accidents in GA in 1863 and 1864, but haven't had any luck finding anything.
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Name: Shirrell Smith JrRank: Private Company: A
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Name: William Lazarus GulleyRank: Unknown Company: B
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Name: Robert H. BusseyRank: Private Company: D
Robert is my great-great uncle. His tombstone states his service with Company A, 4th Alabama but I have not found any evidence supporting this. I have found evidence that he served with the Shorter Guards (90 Day Volunteers) and Company D, 3rd Alabama Cavalry. His brother Charles was commander of Company I, 38th Alabama Infantry. Robert is buried in Camden Cemetery, Camden, Wilcox County, Alabama.
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Name: Harvey Simpson CapellRank: Private Company: D
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Contact Name: Stephen Moyers Woodard
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Name: James Byce TurvavilleRank: Private Company: D
enlisted on December 25, 1861
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Name: Sterling Ramsey KendrickRank: Private Company: E
Mustered in September, 1862 at conecuh Co., AL. Wounded at the Battle of Atlanta, July 1864
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Name: Henry WilsonRank: Private Company: E
Enlisted 4 Aug 1863 at Dalton, GA.
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Name: Benjamin Franklin AustinRank: Private Company: F
Murphy's Alabama Independent Mounted Volunteers (Perry County)
Later became the 'Curry Dragoons' aka Co.F

Benjamin F Austin joined Capt. Murphy's Company, Alabama Mounted Volunteers later called 3rd Alabama Cavalry, Company F in Perry County, Alabama on 18 Nov 1861 at the age of 24. He was enlisted by Capt. Murphy as a private.

Benjamin took his horse to war with him. His horse was valued at $275 and horse equipment at $20.

Even though he first enlist for a period of 12 months he stayed for the whole war. Since he was listed on the on the following Muster Rolls:
18 Nov to Dec 31 1861
30 Apr to 30 Jun 1863
31 Oct to 31 Dec 1863
31 Oct 1864

Notes from Benjamin's Compiled Military Service Records state that his name appears as a signature to a Parole of Prisoners of War, sworn and subscribed to May 16, 1865, at Marion, Alabama.


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Name: John William DeShazoRank: 1st Sergeant Company: F
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Name: Samuel Swingley HarveyRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: F
Samuel Swingley Harvey was mustered into the 3rd Regiment Alabama Calvary, Co. F, as a Private in Montgomery, Alabama.
Private Samuel Harvey was wounded in the foot at Chancellorsville, Virginia, May 2nd, 1863.
He contracted cholera and was admitted to the General Hospital in Danville, Virginia on July 14th, 1864, but was released same day.
Sometime between the hospital visit and the subsequent capture in Aug 1864, Private Samuel Harvey was promoted to 1st Lt.
He was captured in Aug 17th, 1864 by General Sheridan in Newtown, Virginia and sent to Washington D.C. on Aug 20th, 1864.
Samuel would then be transferred to Fort Delaware, Aug 29th, 1864.
At the time of his release, June 17, 1865, he is described as 6'1', sallow complexion, dark hair and blue eyes. He was released as 1st Lt.
Contact Name: Marie Dubus Garrett
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Name: Augustus FordRank: Private Company: G
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Contact Name: Jay Smith
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Name: Thomas M. HardyRank: Private Company: G
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Name: William Henry HollingsworthRank: Private Company: G
William Hollingsworth was my gggrandfather. William enlisted July 1862 in Capt. Forney's company at Jacksonville, AL. He continued his service until assigned as Gen. Wither's body guard and was transferred. He re-enlisted in Murfreesboro in Wheelers command under Col. Higgins. He was involved in battles at Murfreesboro,Tullahoma, Shelbyville, Chickamauga, and Reseca.POW captured at Resaca, Ga. taken to camp Morton until the war was over. He died in 1922 at the age of 84.
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Name: James A. MohonRank: Private Company: G
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Name: Jesse MohonRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: G
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Name: Emory G. ReavesRank: Private Company: G
Company G started out as the Floyd Bush Rangers. His name is misspelled as Reeves on the roster.
Contact Name: Steven Reaves
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Name: Douglas B. BoothRank: Private Company: H
he also was at one time in Co. 'C' Prattville Dragoons, enlisted 01-11-1861, discharged 05-04-1863 he was given a medical discharge-reason unknown to me was a Baptist Minister, is buried in Rocky Creek Cem. George Cty., Ms.
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Name: William Oliver KennedyRank: Private Company: I
William was my great grandfather. After the Civil War, he changed his name to Clarence William Oliver.
Contact Name: Debbie Levine
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Name: William P. GarrettRank: Private Company: K
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