Mary Gordon Duffee wrote: "When the drums beat, and the bugles called for men to march to the front, I tell you old Blount responded nobly, and sent hundreds of her gallant sons to march, fight, suffer and die for the flag that now lies furled forever."
This series of books identifies all the Confederate soldiers who enlisted in organizations from the Blount County area, along with those who moved to Blount County after the Civil War.
Whole company rosters are captured and entire service records, pension applications, birth dates, spouses and marriage dates, newspaper clippings and obituaries, and dozens of pictures are contained in these volumes. This is the first time ever all this information has been available in a single reference book.
Infantry companies examined here include: 19th Alabama infantry, B and K; 28th Alabama Infantry, B and C; 29th Alabama Infantry, B, C and F; 48th Alabama Infantry, A and F; 49th Alabama Infantry, I; 50th Alabama Infantry, D, and... More > 54th Alabama Infantry, I.< Less
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