Category Archives: Alabama Regiments

John Paul Hill, 16th Alabama Infantry, Co B

John Paul Hill Private, 16th Alabama Co. B Younger brother of Andrew Malone Hill (also of the 16th Alabama Co. B). Killed November 30, 1864. Two written accounts state that his older brother Andrew, found J.P. Hill deceased near the … Continue reading

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John Henry Rochell, 35th Alabama Infantry

Great gfather’s unit 35th Alabama fought at Franklin… John Henry G. Rochell, Elkmont, Limestone County,AL. He was spared carnage since he died in Mar.,1864. Franklin just about finished the 35th.John McGavock’s wife Carrie was from Ducros Plantation between Schreiver and … Continue reading

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Calvin Lee Mooney, Pvt, 29th Alabama Infantry, Co E

1. Name: Calvin Lee Mooney b. Jan. 13, 1830 d. Nov. 6, 1906 2. Private in the 29th Alabama Infantry, Company E 3. Born in South Carolina and moved to Shelby County, Alabama at age 10 or 11 with his … Continue reading

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Hiram Green Smith, Co F., 16th Alabama Infantry, died at Franklin

My fourth great grandfather, Hiram Green Smith joined the CSA in 1861. although he was a farmer and a Georgia boy born and raised he and his wife moved to Alabama. He enlisted and was in the 16th Alabama Reg. … Continue reading

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Samuel Luckie Knox, Major, 1st Alabama Infantry

Born about 21 Mar 1840, parents were Dr. James C. Knox and Mary Jane Bowie of Talladega, AL. His brother, Alexander Bowie Knox, was in the 1st AL INF Regiment for the first 12 months of service, then joined the … Continue reading

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Private Killis Sellers 36th Alabama Infantry Co.K

    My name is Jarrod and I have a ancector who fought at Franklin. Private Killis Sellers 36th Alabama Infantry co.K. He is my fouth Great Uncle and he was from Tuscaloosa,AL. He join the 36th in 1863 fought … Continue reading

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Lt. Henry B. Dillard, 33rd Alabama Infantry

My great grandfather, Lt. Henry B Dillard was wounded and captured a few days after the Battle of Franklin. He was sent to Ft Delaware as a POW for some time before he was released in a prisoner swap. He … Continue reading

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Private Andrew Jackson Mclaney, Company G, 1st Alabama Infantry

i’m a descendant on my mother’s side of pvt. andrew jackson mclaney, 1st alabama infantry,co g, who died at the battle of franklin. Submitted by Leo Baker Editor: the 1st Alabama was a member of Quarles’ Brigade. The 1st lost … Continue reading

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Francis M. Eddins, Company H, 17th Alabama lost his life at Franklin

My g-g-g-g Uncle was at Franklin, in the 17th Al Co H and is buried at McGavock; He was Francis M. Eddins (Canteys Brigade) I see that there is another decendant ( Croxton ) who has a relative from the 17th buried in … Continue reading

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John Edward Nix. Private. Company C, 33rd Alabama Infantry

My g-g-g-g-grandfather Edward Nix son John Edward Nix Private Company C 33 Infantry Alabama is buried at McGavock Cemetery. Story has it that Edward Nix lost his life in a train wreck in Cleveland, TN. The family had not heard … Continue reading

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