John Glen Neal, Company D, 43rd Mississippi Infantry

My GG grandfather, Pvt. John Glen Neal (went by Glen) was killed Dec. 1, 1864 in Franklin….like so many others. He was in the Mississippi Vols in the 43rd regiment, company D, and he enlisted on 4/25/1862.

He was a farmer and left 7? children at home. My mother said when he was killed, his wife, Leanna Hill Moore Neal worked their children to death to keep the family farm..which they did. She never did marry again. Glen came from Bellefontaine, Webster County, Ms. and he was a private.

Submitted by Stacey Knight McMu______


Stacy: I have been conducting research on the Confederate Dead at Franklin for many years. I have some material and correspondence I have collected on on Pvt. John Glen Neal that I would be happy to share with you, including a photograph if him I received from a descendant. Please contact me at Sincerely, Tim Burgess

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8 Responses to John Glen Neal, Company D, 43rd Mississippi Infantry

  1. A Easter says:

    I am interested in the following who also served in the 43rd Regiment Mississippi Infantry Co. D: John J. Carroll, Jr., Thomas H. Carroll, John Crowley, William N. Crowley, Newton F. Ray, William A. Ray. I have no other info on them…

  2. James Lee Neal says:

    John Glen Neal is my GG Grandfather. Anyone interested in info I am aware of please contact me.
    Would like contact info on family relatives if you would like to share our family history and learn more about our family heritage.

  3. Cecil Dean Morgan says:

    I’ve been researching my gggrandfathers participation as a member of the 43rd Miss. Volunteers his name is lieutenant James M. Jennings. I only have a few letters he wrote and archival documents from the library of congress. I would like to know what military engagement the 43rd were involved in.

  4. Scott bell says:

    I along with Jim Huffman are in the editing process of a forthcoming book about the Bloody 43rd. I am interested in the letters you say you have from him. Contact me.

  5. James Lee Neal says:

    For info on Neal’s in Civil War specifically related to John Glen Neal, contact me at John had a son, my ggrandfather, who enlisted at age 12, and four brothers who served in Texas regiments. History is interesting. During our research, we discovered my wife’s gggrandfather and my gggrandfather, John Glen Neal, were in opposing units directly across from each other at the Battle of Franklin.

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