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Company K, 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.

Captains

Hubbard, J.B.		Wounded May 1864
Lee, Moses		JDT
Pettit, Hosea L.		JDT/AR;Paroled at Appomattox(b. ca 1827 SC; d. 1890 Bell Co, Texas)

Lieutenants

Beaty, W.A.		2nd Lt. Wounded at Cedar Run, Killed at Fussells's Mill
Hubbard, J.B.		2nd Lt. JDT

Sergeants

Aderhold, J.G.		2nd Sgt. Killed at Cedar Run
Aderhold, J.R. 		1st Sgt. Wounded at Cedar Run;Paroled at Appomattox
Bearden, B.		Wounded at Cedar Run
Dickinson, S.J.		Wounded at Sharpsburg, Killed 5-9-1864 (Lewis J. also 7th AL Inf)
Hubbard, J.F.		1st Sgt. Paroled at Appomattox
Kell, Thomas		1st Sgt. JDT
McElrath, W.H.		5th Sgt.? JDT born Dec.10, 1839
Mosely, L.E.		5th Sgt. AR;Paroled at Appomattox
Roberts, W.F.		4th Sgt. AR;Paroled at Appomattox
Smith, E.S.		4th Sgt. JDT
Walker, Jonathan		3rd Sgt. JDT

Corporals

Bradley, Robert D. 	3rd Corp. Wounded at Cedar Run;Paroled at Appomattox
Davis, Columbus		3rd Corp. JDT
Elders, William 
Epps, L.E.		2nd Corp.;Paroled at Appomattox	
Fisher, Rufus A.		4th Corp. 
Smith, J.A.		1st Corp. JDT
Steward, W.J.		2nd Corp.? JDT

Privates

Aderhold, Abram		;Paroled at Appomattox
Aderhold, D.H.		;Paroled at Appomattox
Alverson, H.J.		Died of Disease
Anderson, A.A.		JDT 
Anderson, B.F.		;Paroled at Appomattox
Anderson, C.M.		Wounded at Fussell's Mill 
Anderson, D.F.		JDT 
Anderson, J.C. 
Anderson, J.F.C.		Mortally Wounded at Gettysburg 
Anderson, J.W. 
Anderson, John M. 	Co's A&K
Anderson, Marion A.	Killed at Cedar Run 
Anderson, W.O.		Wounded at Chickamauga and the Wilderness;Paroled at Appomattox 
Bartee, Thomas J.
Beaty, Jesse		Killed in a Railroad Accident
Beaty, William		Died of Disease
Blair, James L.		;Paroled at Appomattox
Bradley, F.A.		Wounded at the Wilderness;Paroled at Appomattox
Brown, J.B.		Wounded at Second Manassas 
Bryant, Marcus L.	Captured at Knoxville, JDT shows Briant,M.L. 
Buckhannon, John M.	Killed at Gettysburg	 
Burgess, W.C.		Killed at Second Manassas
Bush, James M.		Wounded at Cedar Run, Discharged 
Crocker, S.J.		;Paroled at Appomattox
Davis, C.C.
Dickinson, A.S.		Wounded 10-7-1864 (Anthony S. also 7th AL Inf)
Dickinson, D.J.		JDT 
Duncan, John		Died of Disease 
Edwards, William T.	Wounded at Sharpsburg 
Ennis, J.C.		JDT 
Erwin, Joseph C.		Captured at Knoxville
Findley, John B.         JDT shows Finley,?Died of Disease
Foster, R.A.             Died of Disease
Fowler, C.B.		Paroled at Appomattox 
Goolsby, Isiah           JDT
Griffin, A.J.            JDT
Griffith, William        JDT
Hamilton, H.J. 
Hamilton, W.M.           JDT;CSR shows Co F
Hollingsworth, John 
Holmes, H.J.             Died of Disease 1864
Holmes, John 
Hopkins, S.J.            Mortally Wounded at the Wilderness
Hubbard, F.M.            JDT; CSR shows Co D
FROM THIS POINT DOWN ALL INFORMATION IS JDT UNLESS NOTED
King, J.D. 
Law, J.M. 
Lorsel, J.M. ?
Mann, William ?
Marable, W.B. 
Martin, John		AR;Paroled at Appomattox
Mathis, Edward 
McAdams, J.F. 
McBurnett, D.W.		;Paroled at Appomattox 
McKenna, J.K. 
Millner, J.D. 
Mooney, Phillip 
Morgan, G.W. 
Morgan, R.P. 
Morris, J.B. 
Newton, Frank 
Osborn, S.F.		AR;Paroled at Appomattox
Owens, W.F. 
Palmer, K.D. 
Phillips, C.C. 
Phillips, G.M. 
Phillips, J.A. 
Phillips, J.W.		AR;Paroled at Appomattox
Phillips, L.E. 
Phillips, M.W. 
Phillips, Thomas		;Paroled at Appomattox 
Quinn, Anderson 
Reed, H.A. 
Reeves, G.L.		AR shows G.S.;Paroled at Appomattox 
Reynolds, J.C. 
Rice, E.F. 
Roberts, J.W. 
Roberts, M.F. 
Robertson, J.R. 
Robertson, P.M.		CSR;Died of Disease Nov. 22, 1862, Buried in "Our Soldiers Cemetary"
			Mount Jackson, Shenandoah County, Virginia
Robertson, P.W. 
Rollins, J. 
Sexton, Seaborn		Wounded at Antiedam, Died on 11/18/62 at Danville, Virginia hospital  
Sherbutt, Elias Michael	Died at a hospital in Farmville, Va. April 25, 1863  (b.1839)
Sherbutt, Hosea H.	"Hosey";Mortally Wounded at Chickamauga died September 21, 1863 (b.1843) 
Simpson, A.H.		;Paroled at Appomattox 
Simpson, David J.	;Paroled at Appomattox 
Simpson, E.M.		Moved to Texas after the war 
Slanger, Abran 
Slatton, J.J.		;Paroled at Appomattox 
Sliber, Geo.		AR;Paroled at Appomattox
Starnes, W.L. ?
Stevins, M.A. 
Stewart, J.A. 
Thomas, Robert 
Thompson, Jackson 
Treadwell, E.E.		;Paroled at Appomattox 
Wallice, J.M. 
Walls, J.M. 
Waugh, R.K. 
Wells, J.M. 
White, J.M.W.		AR;Paroled at Appomattox

 
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