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 Pvt John Stinnett  
62nd Tennessee Infantry - Co. B   
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  Ancestor added by Jacob on 2/24/2021
 Unk Pleasant Riggs Crump  
10th Alabama Infantry - Co.   
I am researching Crump and Reeve (s) family Roy Hunter rghunter3@juno.com
  Ancestor added by Roy Hunter on 2/23/2021
 Cpl H L Peterson  
18th North Carolina Infantry - Co. E   
CSA 18th NC INF REG, POW at Elmira Prison Camp, NY grave #780 died 1864 there.
  Ancestor added by William M Adams on 2/22/2021
 Pvt William Damron Anderson  
10th West Virginia Infantry - Co. A   
Born March 12, 1837.
Co A 10th W.Va. Volunteer Infantry (Union). Left service as a Corporal.
Pvt. William D. Anderson, Walkersville, 25, Mustered at Beverly March 13, 1862. Mustered out March 12, 1865.
Died September 26, 1922. Buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Section 17, Grave 20109.

Organized at Camp Pickens, Canaan, Glenville, Clarksville, Sutton, Philippi and Piedmont March 12 to May 18, 1862. Attached to Cheat Mountain District, Mountain Department, to May, 1862. Railroad District, Mountain Department, to July, 1862. Railroad District, 8th Corps, Middle Department, to September, 1862. Railroad Division, West Virginia, to January, 1863. Milroy’s Command, Winchester, Va., 8th Army Corps, to February, 1863. 2nd Brigade, 2nd Division, 8th Army Corps, to March, 1863. Averell’s 4th Separate Brigade, 8th Army Corps, Middle Department, to June, 1863. Averell’s 4th Separate Brigade, Dept. West Virginia, to December, 1863. 1st Brigade, 4th Division, West Virginia, to April, 1864. Kelly’s Command, Reserve Division, West Virginia, to July, 1864. 1st Brigade, 1st Division; West Virginia, July, 1864. 3rd Brigade, 1st Infantry Division, West Virginia, to December, 1864. 3rd Brigade, Independent Division, 24th Army Corps, Army of the James, to June, 1865. 2nd Brigade, Independent Division, 24th Army Corps, to August, 1865.
SERVICE: At Monterey April, 1862. Assigned to railroad guard duty in Railroad District, District of West Virginia, till January, 1863; at Beverly, Bulltown, Martinsburg, etc. Expedition from Summersville to Addison April 17-21, 1862. Skirmish at Holly River, W. Va., April 17. Mung’s Flats June 25. Buckhannon August 30. Sutton September 23. Big Birch October 6. Wardensville December 22. At Winchester, Va., January, 1863. At Beverly May, 1863. Scout to Beverly June 16. Action at Beverly July 2-3. At Martinsburg August, 1863. Averell’s Raid through Hardy, Pendleton, Bath, Highland, Greenbrier and Pocahontas Counties August 5-31. Rocky Gap near White Sulphur Springs August 26-27. Sutton August 26 (Cos. “G,” “I”). Bell’s Mills and on Elk River August 27 (Detachment). Bulltown, Braxton County, October 13. Averell’s Raid against Lewisburg and the Virginia & Tennessee Railroad November 1-17. Mill Point November 5. Droop Mountain November 6. Hillsboro November 10. At Beverly till May, 1864; scouting Counties of Randolph, Tucker, Pocahontas, Greenbrier, Braxton, Highland, Pendleton and Webster. Cheat River December 6, 1863. Moorefield Junction January 3, 1864. Scout from Beverly through Pocahontas, Webster and Braxton Counties May 15-30. Leetown July 3. Maryland Heights, Md., July 6-7. Operations about Harper’s Ferry July 10. Snicker’s Ferry July 17-18. Kernstown, Winchester, July 23-24. Sheridan’s Shenandoah Valley Campaign August 6 to November 28. Strasburg and Massanutton Mountain August 16. Winchester August 17. Battle of Opequan, Winchester, September 19. Fisher’s Hill September 22. Cedar Creek October 13. Battle of Cedar Creek October 19. Duty in Shenandoah Valley till December. Moved to Washington, D.C., December 19-20, thence to Bermuda Hundred December 20-23. Duty in the trenches north of James River till March, 1865. Appomattox Campaign March 28-April 9. Moved to front of Petersburg March 28-29. Hatcher’s Run March 30-31, and April 1. Assault on and fall of Petersburg April 2. Pursuit of Lee April 3-9. Rice’s Station April 6. Appomattox Court House April 9. Surrender of Lee and his army. March to Lynchburg April 12-15. March to Farmville and Burkesville April 15-19, thence to Richmond April 22-25. Duty near Richmond till August. Mustered out August 9, 1865.
LOSSES: Regiment lost during service 2 Officers and 93 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 2 Officers and 144 Enlisted men by disease. Total 241.
  Ancestor added by Howard Crawford on 2/20/2021
 Pvt Henry Fleisher Siron  
3rd West Virginia Cavalry - Co. I   
Born January 20, 1847
Enlisted in Company I, 3rd West Virginia Cavalry, February 15, 1864; age 18. Discharged June 30, 1865.
He made an invalid claim to the US government June 5, 1885.
Died June 7, 1925 in Upshur County, West Virginia.
Widow applied for a pension in July 7, 1925.
  Ancestor added by Howard Crawford on 2/20/2021
 Pvt Valentine Siron  
3rd West Virginia Cavalry - Co. I   
Born February 14, 1824 in Pendleton County, Virginia.
Valentine was reared by John & Esther Siron. He served in Company I, 3rd West Virginia Cavalry (Union). Enlisted January 25, 1863, in Weston for 3 years - Age: 44, Height 5ft, 8in; blue eyes, dark hair, dark complexion; born in Highland County, occupation: farmer. Please see "Loyal West Virginia 1861-1865" by Theodore F. Lang p 194 for details of the service of this unit.
His widow applied for a pension from the US Government in 1885.
Resident of Lewis county in the 1850 census. That part of Lewis county became a part of Upshur county in 1851.
Spelled Cyron in the 1860 Upshur county census.
Died December 28, 1878 in Upshur County, West Virginia.
  Ancestor added by Howard Crawford on 2/20/2021
 Pvt Uriah McDowell Crawford  
28th Virginia Infantry - Co. C   
Born September 27, 1837 in Botertourt County, Virginia. Note that Craig County was created 21 March 1851 from Botetourt, Giles, Roanoke and Monroe (now West Virginia) Counties.
Enlisted in Company K, 54th Virginia Infantry, March 3, 1862; in Salem. Due $50 re-enlistment bounty. Present December 31, 1863. Taken POW at Marietta, Georgia, on June 6, 1864. Sent to Camp Morton, Indiana. Exchanged March 4, 1865. In Chimborazo Hospital, Richmond, Virginia, on March 13, 1865 with chronic bronchitis. He previously served in Company C, 28th Virginia Infantry. Born September 27, 1837; Died April 6, 1917; buried in the Crawford Cemetery, New Castle, Craig County, Virginia.

Confederate Disability Applications and Receipts, November 1887:
"Uriah McD. Crawford deposes & says that he was a soldier in the late war in Company C./28th Va. Regt, and that while serving as such soldier in said 28th Va Regt. was discharged on occasion of disability by sickness on about Dec 1861 and recovered at home some months; he enlisted in the 54th Va Regt. (Co. K) and while serving the 54th Va. Regt., in the line of duty was wounded in the right side on a forced march on the railroad by the box car jumping the track near Knoxville Tenn. In the year 1863 being thrown from the box violently on the ground an by reason of said wound there incurred is a much wounded as if he had lost a limb, He has never received any aid from any source. He was also wounded in battle at Marietta, Georgia, in the year 1864 by a piece of shell on the top of the head which disables him as much at times as the other and that he has no means of subsistence but by physical labor and that he always has been a citizen of Virginia."
Died April 6, 1917 in Craig County, Virginia.
  Ancestor added by Howard Crawford on 2/20/2021
 Pvt Uriah McDowell Crawford  
54th Virginia Infantry - Co. K   
Born September 27, 1837 in Botertourt County, Virginia. Note that Craig County was created 21 March 1851 from Botetourt, Giles, Roanoke and Monroe (now West Virginia) Counties.
Enlisted in Company K, 54th Virginia Infantry, March 3, 1862; in Salem. Due $50 re-enlistment bounty. Present December 31, 1863. Taken POW at Marietta, Georgia, on June 6, 1864. Sent to Camp Morton, Indiana. Exchanged March 4, 1865. In Chimborazo Hospital, Richmond, Virginia, on March 13, 1865 with chronic bronchitis. He previously served in Company C, 28th Virginia Infantry. Born September 27, 1837; Died April 6, 1917; buried in the Crawford Cemetery, New Castle, Craig County, Virginia.

Confederate Disability Applications and Receipts, November 1887:
"Uriah McD. Crawford deposes & says that he was a soldier in the late war in Company C./28th Va. Regt, and that while serving as such soldier in said 28th Va Regt. was discharged on occasion of disability by sickness on about Dec 1861 and recovered at home some months; he enlisted in the 54th Va Regt. (Co. K) and while serving the 54th Va. Regt., in the line of duty was wounded in the right side on a forced march on the railroad by the box car jumping the track near Knoxville Tenn. In the year 1863 being thrown from the box violently on the ground an by reason of said wound there incurred is a much wounded as if he had lost a limb, He has never received any aid from any source. He was also wounded in battle at Marietta, Georgia, in the year 1864 by a piece of shell on the top of the head which disables him as much at times as the other and that he has no means of subsistence but by physical labor and that he always has been a citizen of Virginia."
Died April 6, 1917 in Craig County, Virginia.
  Ancestor added by Howard Crawford on 2/20/2021
 Pvt John William Crawford  
28th Virginia Infantry - Co. B   
Born February 26, 1840 in Botertourt County. Note that Craig County was created 21 March 1851 from Botetourt, Giles, Roanoke and Monroe (now in West Virginia) Counties.
Listed as William, Day Laborer, in the 1860 census.
Enlisted in Company B, 28th Virginia Infantry, March 12, 1862 as a private. He was in the battles of Williamsburg, Seven Pines, Gaines Mill, Frayser's Farm, 2nd Manassas, and Sharpsburg. He served until he was captured in Pickett's Charge, Gettysburg, July 3, 1863. Confined on 06 July 1863 at Point Lookout, MD. He was exchanged at Point Lookout, Maryland in October 15, 1864.
The Census of 1870 lists him as a Farm Laborer.
Confederate Pension application of 1888 states that he enlisted in Company B, 28th Virginia. "The 3rd day of July 1863 I was wounded in the battle of Gettysburg by a shell or some missle - was struck in the left knee." He also states that he is a resident of Ripley's Mills.
Listed in the 1870 census of Craig County as a Farm laborer along with his two unmarried sisters.
Listed in the 1910 census as a widowed boarder in the household of John P. Keslar.
Listed in the 1920 census as living with his daughter, Etta R Crawford/Mrs. Lee T. Crawford
Died September 18, 1928 in Craig County, Virginia. His obituary was published by the Craig County Historical Society in "Clippings from the New Castle Record and other Unidentified Newspapers of the Craig County, Vriginia, area", New Castle: Craig County Historical Society, 1988. p134. The obituary states: "Crawford, John William "Uncle Billy" - died at home in Barbours Creek area September 18, 1928, age 88 years 6 months, 22 days; of hardening of the arteries. He was buried in the Family plot on the farm of H.C. Crawford. He was a CSA veteran, Company B, 28th Virginia Regiment and was the last survivor of the original Company B that went out from Craig under Capt. Nathaniel Claiborne Wilson of Fincastle. Survivors: Son C. C. Crawford, Daughter Mrs. Lee T. Crawford. See Craft, Rufus L."
  Ancestor added by Howard Crawford on 2/20/2021
 Pvt Abbott L. Armstrong  
19th Virginia Cavalry - Co. B   
Born July 5, 1844 in Pendleton County, Virginia.
He was enlisted in Company B, 19th Va. cavalry; March 1st 1864 in Highland County by Capt. J.S. Sprigg for 3 years. Clothing issued 6/17/64 and 7/10/64. Present 9/1/64 - 10/31/64. $100 enlistment bounty due. Paroled May 11th, 1865 at Staunton, Va. Age 18, height 5'8", Light complexion, Light hair, and blue eyes. Post-war miller and resident of McDowell, Virginia.
"McDowell's enterprising miller, Mr. Abbott Armstrong, has been busy all summer repairing his mill and will be ready for business this week." Highland Recorder, October 30, 1908.
Residing with Son Allen Lunty in the 1920 census.
Died November 7, 1921 in Highland County, Virginia. Buried in McDowell Cemetery, McDowell, Highland County, Virginia.
His obituary was published in The Highland Recorder, vol 43, no. 49. p3 along with a brief column:
"Nov. 15, 1921 Abbot L. Armstrong, one of the few remaining Confederate veterans, passed away on Sunday evening at 7 o’clock. He was born July 5, 1844, and was 77 years, 4 months and eight days. He belonged to Co. B. 19th cavalry regiment—Rosser’s Brigade Stuart’s Division. He married Miss Martha Siron, who died about seven years ago, and to this union were born six children. Pearl, who died several years ago, Joe, who lives in Washington, Lurty with whom he made his home, Mrs. WH Ervine of Calgary, Canada, Mrs. Orion Bradshaw and Mrs. Howard Siron, the last four named being with him in his last illness. » A number of years ago he united with the Presbyterian church at Bethlehem. His funeral services were conducted at the McKendree church by Rev. L. M. Moffett. The following friends and neighbors were pall Messrs Jos. Hiner, Jared Hiner, Clement Armstrong, Roy Armstrong, Gideon and Henry Propst. He is survived by three brothers, Thos., Arthur and John A. Armstrong and four sisters, Mrs. French, Mrs. Wm. Stuart, Mrs. Oliver Hiner and Mrs. Nell Armstrong.
Abbot L. Armstrong Dead

Another of Highlands aged citizens and Confederate veterans passed away Sunday night in the person of Abbot L. Armstrong, death claiming him at the home of his son, Lurty Armstrong near McDowell, Deceased was a son of the late Allen Armstrong, was 76 years of age, and, as stated above was a veteran of the Civil war. Opposite his name in the roster of Highland soldiers we find the following entry, which is all that the biographer has to guide him in giving the war record of these aged veterans as they pass away, one by one (52-5)-H 19 Cav. Captured Melvern. Mr. Armstrong had been in declining health for some time, visiting an eastern hospital recently in hope of obtaining relief. His malady, however, proved to be a fatal one, and taking his bed on his return he never got up again. Deceased was a kind and hospitable gentleman and will be missed in his community. He is survived by several of his children, some of whom reside in the West."
  Ancestor added by Howard Crawford on 2/20/2021
 Pvt Gilbert Desmond Siron  
11th Virginia Cavalry - Co. G   
Born November 12, 1839 in Pendleton County, Virginia. Note that Pendleton County is now in West Virginia. Note also that Highland County was formed from parts of Pendleton and Bath Counties in 1847.
Private, Co. G, 11th VA. Cavalry. Enlisted 1864. Served under Brig. Gen. Thomas L. Rosser in the Laurel Brigade. Paroled at Staunton, Va.; May 19, 1865. Age 25, height 5'8", fair complexion, dark hair, dark eyes. He was given a Southern Cross of Honor by the United Daughters of The Confederacy, Highland Chapter, on June 9, 1914 (Book 11 page 520). Note that he received his parole about a month after Appomattox. This is because Rosser didn't surrender on April 5th, 1865. He tried to rally his men and continue the fight. After Rosser was captured he had a chance to talk to Lee in Richmond. Lee Persuaded Rosser that the war was over and that he should return to the Valley and disperse his men. Rosser consented. On May 4th, 1865, the 4th Pennsylvania Cavalry was ordered to Staunton "to receive the surrender" of Rosser's command.
Gilbert is listed in the 1870 census as a Farmer. The value of his real property was $1000 in 1870. The value of his personal property was $950.
At the end of his life he had a long white beard.
Died January 1, 1929. Buried in McDowell Cemetery, McDowell, Highland County, Virginia.
His obituary was published in the Highland Recorder Volume 51, No. 1, Friday January 4 1929 and states that:
"Today at 1:30 the venerable Gilbert Siron passed to his reward. He had been failing rapidly for several weeks.
Born Nov. 12, 1839 at McKendree, and was 89 years, 1 mo. and 29 days. He served in the Confederate army, belonging to the cavalry.
For a number of years he was an elder in the Presbyterian church, and was regular in his attendance until the past year, his health would not permit him.
He is survived by four sons, Howard, McDowell; Charles, Dallas, Texas; Luther, Idaho, and Oscar, Missouri, also two daughters--Jennie Rhoades, Columbus, Ohio, and Edna at home.
His character and influence will last long, as he was an example of an humble Christian reverent, in his attitude toward God's word and place of worship.
Funeral services will be held Thursday by his pastor, Rev. L. M. Moffett."
  Ancestor added by Howard Crawford on 2/20/2021
 Pvt Josiah Crawford  
28th Virginia Infantry - Co. K   
Born February 17, 1846 in Botertourt County, Virginia.
Private, Co. K, 28th VA. INF, C.S.A. Vol. 7/31/61 in Amsterdam, Va. WIA 8/30/62 at 2nd Manassas, in Hospital until 12/62, shot in chest. Deserted 8/15/64. These are the facts from the muster rolls of his regiment. These facts need to be expanded. Josiah participated in the battles of Williamsburg, Seven Pines, Gaines Mill, Frayser's Farm, 2nd Manassas, Gettysburg, Cold Harbor, and part of the seige of Petersburg. At Gettysburg, the 28th VA was in the front line of Pickett's Charge. About 90% of the 28th were killed, wounded, or captured during the 45 minutes of the charge.
In a pension application made on May 11th, 1896, he states that he lost his left eye to a "misssle" in the Battle of Seven Pines.
Died January 20, 1921. Buried in Forest Chapel Cemetery, Troutville, Botetourt County, Virginia.
  Ancestor added by Howard Crawford on 2/20/2021
 Pvt William E. Starks  
28th Virginia Infantry - Co. C   
Born February 22, 1842 in Botertourt County, Virginia.
Listed as Wm. Leffel, 18, Farm Laborer in the 1860 Census.
28th Virginia Infantry, 2nd Co. C; (5/10/61); New Castle, Farmer, Age 19, Pvt.; absent, sick 9/61-12/61 in camp. WIA-POW 7/3/63 at Gettysburg, paroled 8/23/63 Baltimore, Md.; absent 11/63-7/64 at home, wounded; present 12/64.
He claims in a pension application filed April 26, 1898; that he was wounded "in the left Breast" at 2nd Manassas, August 30, 1862. He also claims that he was wounded twice at Gettysburg, once in the right thigh and once in another unreadable place. He gives his age at that time as 56.
He also filed another pension application in 1909.
Died March 28, 1917 in Roanoke, Virginia.
  Ancestor added by Howard Crawford on 2/20/2021
 Pvt James Edward Crawford  
28th Virginia Infantry - Co. B   
Born October 1824.
Listed as a laborer in the 1850 Census.
Listed as a Carpenter in the 1860 Census, with $500's worth of personal property and living in Craigs Creek Valley.
James E. Crawford enlisted in Capt. Nathaniel C. Wilson's Company (Craig Rifles), 28th Virginia Infantry, on May 15, 1861 at the Craig County court house in New Castle. This company subsequently became Company B, 28th Regiment Virginia Infantry. He was enlisted for one year by Capt. N.C. Wilson. He was mustered into Confederate service on May 18, 1861 in Lynchburg by Lt. Col. D.A. Langhone. He was a private and about 37 years old. He was at 1st Manassas. He was absent from October 5, 1861 to May 9, 1862, in a Petersburg hospital with jaundice. On May 9, 1862 he was transferred to a Lynchburg hospital. He was discharged October 1st, 1862 with jaundice.
He was Listed as a carpenter in the 1870 Census. The value of his real estate was $900 and the value of his personal property was $577.
He filed a application for a pension from the State of Virginia in 1892. In that application he claims that he was struck on the right temple by a shell fragment during that Battle of Fraizer's Farm, July 20th, 1862. He also filed another pension application with the State of Virginia in 1904, in which he states that he was wounded "at Fraizer's Farm in line of battle and in my place in the Company". He also states the the shell fragment had "disfigured my face, breaking the bone on my face"
Died April6, 1906.
  Ancestor added by Howard Crawford on 2/20/2021
 Unk Wickliff Hendricks Nash  
48th Virginia Infantry - Co. C   
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  Ancestor added by Emily Lim on 2/19/2021
 Unk J R Hughes  
5th Georgia Infantry - Co.   
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  Ancestor added by Shelly on 2/14/2021
 Pvt Joseph Binyard Thomas  
52nd Kentucky Mounted Infantry - Co. A   
Joseph Vineyard Thomas
1837–1924
BIRTH 20 NOV 1837 • Allen Co., Kentucky, USA
DEATH 17 APR 1924 • Warren Co., Kentucky, USA
  Ancestor added by Patrick on 2/14/2021
 Pvt Naan Tomlinson  
1st Florida Cavalry - Co. I   
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  Ancestor added by Casandra Tomlinson-Markward on 2/13/2021
 2 Lt Joshua Hiram Chilcote  
151st Ohio Infantry - Co. H   
Joshua Hiram Chilcote: 3rd Great Granduncle of Trent Johnson
Rank: 2nd Lieutenant
Company “H” 151st Ohio National Guard
Enlisted: May 2, 1864
Discharged: August 27, 1864
Born: August 8, 1829
Died: June 6, 1879
Buried: South Bloomingville Cemetery, South Bloomingville, Hocking County, Ohio
  Ancestor added by Trent Johnson on 2/11/2021
 Pvt Joseph Bussey  
173rd Ohio Infantry - Co. D   
Joseph Bussey: 3rd Great Granduncle of Trent Johnson
Rank: Private
Company “D” 173rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry
Enlisted: September 15 ,1864
Discharged: June 26, 1865 Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee
Born: April 1, 1846 Scioto County, Ohio
Died: December 6, 1924 Fergus, Montana
  Ancestor added by Trent Johnson on 2/11/2021
 Pvt Lucius Earl Weaver  
1st Ohio Heavy Artillery - Co. K   
Lucius Earl Weaver: 4th Great Granduncle of Trent Johnson
Rank: Private
Company “K” 1st Ohio Heavy Artillery
Enlisted: July 28, 1863
Discharged: July 25, 1865 Knoxville, Tennessee
Born: September 1830 Scioto County, Ohio
Died: December 24, 1921 Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio
Buried: Greenwood Cemetery, Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio
  Ancestor added by Trent Johnson on 2/11/2021
 Cpl William Franklin Perryman  
27th Arkansas Infantry - Co. C   
William Franklin Perryman: 4th Great Grandfather of Shelley Perryman Johnson
Rank: Private & Corporal
Company “C” 27th Arkansas Infantry (CSA)
Enlisted: July 26, 1862 Lunenburg, Arkansas
Discharged: ? Deserted?
Company “A” Freeman’s Missouri Cavalry (CSA)
Enlisted: January 1864
Discharged: Jacksonport, Arkansas June 5, 1865
Born: July 11, 1833 Rutherford County, Tennessee
Died; May 2, 1920 Union, Izard County, Arkansas
Confederate / Arkansas Pension # 14462
  Ancestor added by Trent Johnson on 2/11/2021
 Pvt Thomas Jefferson Shrable  
Fristoe's Missouri Cavalry Regiment - Co. A   
Thomas Jefferson Shrable: 3rd Great Grandfather of Shelley Perryman Johnson
Rank: Private
Company “A” Fristoe’s Regiment, Missouri Cavalry, (CSA)
Enlisted: July 1864
Discharged: Killed by bushwhackers May 5, 1865 in Vidette, Arkansas
Born: 1823
Died: May 5, 1865 Vidette, Fulton County, Arkansas
Buried: Shrable Cemetery, Vidette, Fulton County, Arkansas
Confederate / Arkansas Pension # 137
  Ancestor added by Trent Johnson on 2/11/2021
 Pvt Charles Alexander Allen  
51st Alabama Cavalry (Partisan Rangers) - Co. H   
enlisted under age in Co. H, 51st Alabama cavalry.
  Ancestor added by John Davis on 2/7/2021
 1 Lt George Stone Allen  
1st Alabama Cavalry - Co. K   
He enlisted 30 April 1861 in Montgomery, AL by Capt. Clanton for a period of 12 months and was elected 1st Lieutenant on Nov 15, 1861.
This company subsequently became (1st) Company K, 1st Regiment Alabama Cavalry. It was consolidated with (1st) Company H to form (2d). According to a correspondents typewritten report of “OPERATIONS OF THE CAVALRY IN TENNESSEE, REAR GUARD, WHEELER’S BRIGADE, PICKETT POST, NEAR MURFEESBORO, TENN., "Lieutenants G. S. Allen and Dever of Capt. Hodgson’s squadron are killed" in an attack on 31 Dec 1862.
  Ancestor added by John Davis on 2/7/2021

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