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Company H, 48th Alabama Infantry CSA
Code for Record Source's
WB=Willis Brewer, JDT=John Dykes Taylor, CSR= Compiled Service Records, AR= The Appomattox Roster.
All records are from CSR unless noted.
Golightly, R.C. JDT
Hardwick, William H. JDT
Lumpkin, T.J. JDT/AR;Paroled at Appomattox
Adrain, James F. 1st Lt. Co's H and F
Clifton, Francis M. 2nd Lt.;Paroled at Appomattox
Hardwick, J.B. 1st Lt. Wounded at Cedar Run
Hardwick, William M. 1st Lt. JDT
Lumpkin, T.J. 2nd Lt. JDT
Anderson, M.C. 3rd Sgt. Wounded at Second Manassas and Petersburg;Paroled at Appomattox
Blanton, Solomon H. 1st Sgt. Wounded at Second Manassas;Paroled at Appomattox
Cromer, J.C. 4th Sgt. Wounded at Cedar Run JDT sows Cramer
Day, Alfred 5th Sgt. Wounded at Second Manassas;Paroled at Appomattox
Golightly, W.P. 1st Sgt. JDT
Griffin, Levi 4th Sgt. AR;Paroled at Appomattox
Hardwick, E.S. Commissary Sgt.
Hardwick, William W. 3rd Sgt. Mortally Wounded at Sharpsburg
Kelletts, J.L. 5th Sgt.? JDT
Arthur, W.W. Wounded at Second Manassas and First Darbytown Road
Clifton, G.F. 4th Corp.
Crews, Jefferson E.
Grogan, T.B. 2nd Corp. JDT
Hendricks, B.C. 1st Corp. JDT show Hendrix,B.E.;Died of Disease 1862
Roe, Solomon 3rd Corp. JDT
Angle, John H.
Angle, R.M. Wounded at Second Manassas
Arthur, John S. Killed by a Shell at Petersburg
Arther, W.H. JDT
Butler, William H. Wounded at Second Manassas, Discharged
Chandler, F.M. Co's I and H Killed at Second Manassas
Crews, J.F. JDT
Crews, John Mortally Wounded at Chickamauga
Cromer, G.A. Wounded at Second Manassas and Fussell's Mill
Cromer, Thomas J. JDT shows F.J.Cromer
Cromer, William F. Discharged
D'Armand, J.N. JDT
Day, William ;Paroled at Appomattox
Emery, J.T. JDT
Emery, R.T. JDT
Ewing, J.T. Killed at Cedar Run
Flanagan, W.M. Wounded at Second Manassas
Fortenberry, Henry Wounded at Cedar Run and Fredericksburg
Golightly, T.M. JDT
Goyon, Wilson JDT
Greenway, James H. JDT
Greenway, John H. JDT
Griffon, Louis JDT
Hall, G.B. JDT shows Hall,J.B. Killed at Second Manassas
Hall, Lorenzo D.
Hallett, James A. Drum Major
Hardwick, R.S. Discharged
Harlen, W.M. JDT
Harout, W.M. Mortally Wounded at Sharpsburg
Harris, G.B. Captured at Spottsylvania
Harris, J.S. Musician;Wounded at Cedar Run;Paroled at Appomattox
Harris, Thomas A. JDT
Harris, W.W. AR;Paroled at Appomattox
Hart, John J.
Harton, W.M. Wounded at Second Manassas
Howard, A.J. Wounded at Cold Harbor
Howard, J.B. JDT
Howard, J.M. Killed on picket duty 8-18-1864
Howard, John W.
Howard, J.S. Died 12-18-1862 buried in "Our Soldiers Cemetary"
Mount Jackson,Shenandoah County, Virginia
Howard, Rufus R. Paroled at Appomattox
Hurley, Robert Paroled at Appomattox
FROM THIS POINT DOWN ALL INFORMATION IS FROM JDT UNLESS NOTED
Miller, Henry M. CSR; Captured at Spotsylvania Court House, May 6, 1864. Sent to
Point Lookout, Md. moved to Elmira, New York August 15, 1864
Died of Disease Feb. 3, 1865.
Parker, S.C. ;Paroled at Appomattox
Reed, Joseph M.
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Published on: 13-Mar-1997
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