The Men: A - C
 
 

This section contains detailed biographies of men who served at one time or another in the Alabama 37th Regiment of Volunteer Infantry or its successor the CONSOLIDATED 37th Regiment of Alabama Infantry.
Pictured are three of the more than 2,000 men who served: John M. Culpepper (Co B) at left, William W. Bryan (Co K) center, and "Jack" Summers (Co G) at right



Surnames (and Variations):
Ables - Barclay
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Barfoot - Birchfield 
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Bishop - Brady 
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Bradley - Bruster 
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Bryan - Byrd 
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Cadenhead - Carol
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Carter - Concert 
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Conger - Cullage 
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Culpepper - Cuthbert 
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Dalkert - Dees
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Demman - Dyess 
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Eady - Flowers 
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Floyd - Gibbs 
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Gibson - Grace
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Graham - Grice
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Griffin - Guy 
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Hadaway - Harrell
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Harris - Hays 
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Haywood - Holms 
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Holton - Hutts
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Ivy - Jones 
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Jordan - Knebler
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Knight - Lonnergan
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Looser - McMurry 
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McNamee - Middlebrooks 
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Milam - Moore 
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Moorman - Nunnelle
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O’Hara - Penn
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Pennington - Renfro 
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Reynolds - Robinson
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Rodgers - Sessions
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Sewell - Skipper (Last update 25 Jan 2011)
Slaton - Stalvy
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Stamps - Switzer 
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Talbot - Ussery 
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Vann - Wilkins 
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Williams - Wooddy
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Woodham - Youngblood
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These biographies have been compiled over years of research. The sources for the biographies are numerous, including primary sources such as individual service records from the National Archives and/or the Alabama State Archives. Other previously published sources include the wonderful book, DOWDELL’S VOLUNTEERS by the late Rex Miller. Chief among other published sources are the newspaper articles of T.J. Carlisle in the WEEKLY ENTERPRISE
of Enterprise, Alabama in 1902. Family histories/anecdotes have also been contributed by more than 200 descendants/researchers whom have corresponded with the editor over many years. Private and public websites have also contributed greatly to the ease of researching the unit as years have passed. Since the sources are so numerous, if you wish to have the source of information for an individual, please email the editor as the sources are not listed here for the sake of space. In any event, the biographies and other material contained herein are subject to the protection afforded by copyright law and all rights are hereby retained.

Due to the number of records included in this section, the names are arranged in alphabetical order (by surname or various alternative spellings of surname) regardless of company affiliation.

Company Rosters contain lists of men who served together at the company level and can be found in the section entitled The Regiment.

To date, there are more than 2,000 individual and unique name records (some of which are quite extensive, some less so). Any errors are unintended and deeply regretted, and will be corrected quickly with proper notice and citation of source documentation.

 

37th Alabama Regiment of Volunteer Infantry CSA
2300 Cottondale Lane Little Rock, AR 72202
cculpepper@aristotle.net

© Copyright 2007 C.C. (Chip) Culpepper

 

Able - Barclay
Barfoot - Birchfield
Bishop - Brady
Bradley - Bruster
Bryan - Byrd
Cadenhead - Carol
Carter - Concert
Conger - Cullage
Culpepper - Cuthbert