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Jefferson Davis Artillery Battery      
Company A
John Rufus Jefferson - Private   
My gr-grandfather, JOHN RUFUS JEFFERSON served as a Bugler from 1862-65. Born: Oct 17, 1844 in Talladega Co., Al. and Died: Dec.11,1925 and buried at East Dora Cementary, Dora, Walker Co., Al. JOHN married Lydia Etta( Galbreath)Allman in 1875 at the home of her parents, Thomas and Charity (Galbreath) Allman in Ashville,St.Clair Co., Al. After the Civil War, he served as a Private with the 19th U.S. Infantry from 1869-71 at Fort Jackson,north of New Orleans.
Contact Name:  Gerald R. Jefferson
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Date Added:  4/2/2013
Company B
William Pinckney McGee - 1st Lieutenant   
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Contact Name:  Lana Harrelson
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Date Added:  1/6/2019
Company F
John Lindsey - 1st Sergeant   
John Lindsey died in Memphis in 1869 as the result of smallpox contracted during his service.
Contact Name:  Jennifer McLaughlin
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Date Added:  10/5/2015
Company I
John Bird Penn - Private   
Birth: Oct. 4, 1844
Danville (Morgan County)
Morgan County
Alabama, USA
Death: Mar. 7, 1926
Pittsburg
Camp County
Texas, USA

Married to Ellender Jane Hughes. Children were Sena Edna Penn, Almeda Frances Penn, Ida Jane Penn, Rufus Albert Penn, John Luke Penn, Selinda Ellen Penn, Edgar Frank Penn, Luella Penn, Thursey Emily Penn.
Served in Union Forces, Alabama 1st Calvery during Civil War.

ecord title: United States, Civil War Soldiers Index
name: John B. Penn
event: Military Service
rank in: Private
rank out: Private
side: Union
state (or origin): Alabama
military unit: 1st Regiment, Alabama Cavalry
company: I
nara publication title: Index to Compiled Service Records of Volunteer Union Soldiers Who Served in Organizations From the State of Alabama.


Contact Name:  David Hogan
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Date Added:  10/8/2012
Company K
Columbus T. Willis - Private   
I cannot find this ancestor's name on any muster rolls, but a pension record application is found online. I actuallyhaven't been able to come up with a muster role for the 1st Ala Union
Troops. Any help here will be welcome.

His brother (my g-grandfather) was in the 3rd CVonfederate Calvary. So went this war!
Thanks!
Cynthia
Contact Name:  Cynthia Coan
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Date Added:  12/31/2005
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