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Milam, Benjamin Harris
Private
Company B

Enlisted 15 March 1862 at Daviston AL; Wrote letter home on 26 and 27 July 1862 from Columbus MS (Camp Bluett on Luxapalia Creek) to his sweetheart a "Miss Francis", in which he wrote:
"Kind Miss, I now take the opportunity on seating myself to drop a few lines to let you know how I am getting along. I am well at this time an hoping these lines come to hand and find you all well. Miss Francis I have nothing of importance to rit to you at this time. The news is scrc hear. We haven’t heard any news for about 2 or 3 weeks. I want to hear what that is dooing. I am in hopes they air a making peas for I want to come home to see you and the rest of the folks an farthers folks. But the more I stay away the better I am satisfied. / If the Yankees don’t mind tha will get whipt the worst sort. You out to know how bad the boys want to go to Richmond to fit whind tha heard how the 14th regiment was kild. Ther is som talk of us going to richmond. I haint hear how soon we may leav. / The sitty of Columbus I do think is the worst plase that I ever did see. The town I think is fild up with Yankees. I have seen one old man that is like a southern man out to be. Francis, if you saw the prises of the fruit you wold say tha was Yankes. Tha sell water milons from 1.00 to 1.50 and apples from .25 to .30 per dosain. I think every wone of them out to be kild for spekilating off the soldiers when tha air in the deafens of ther country. The conscript is taken 100 them off and I wish it had taken just as many more. / We hafter go too miles to stand gard. We hafter stand A round the town an ant A loud to speak to one of them unless tha cross line. But doggon them I darent want to speak to them. / If the boys see them in the rod tha will call them conscriptions and it maks them mad as fire that is jest what tha want. I do lufter see them get mad. Jest name conscript and makes them. / We have not drawd hour money yet an I thin hit is time for us to draw. The government is in det to million dollars and I would be glad if it would pay me. / I havent told you what we have to eat. We have A plenty to eat. We have bacon and beef an serup and meal and flour to rise and coffey an sugar to put in het. We have A plenty of all these things I have named. / Now I will tell you About the meetings we hav in the camps. We have metings ever I was at. I think if we can get home A gain we will have some good meetings. The is some of the boys I is turnd to dooing better sens we have been callin on hour meetings. Last night we had a splendid meeting. / (written on the 27th) We have heard some news. We resieved dispatch this morning. Hit says we hav taken 11 towns in Caintucky an hit sais we hav got the capatil of the stat. Hit sais old Gen. Buil is advancin in Tenisee and drivin the Yankes from that stat an Prise is in Kentucky an there is some talk of us goin to old Generail Prise and I hope we wil. / Now I will tell you something of the helth of the company. This companys got 75 on the sick list but we hav not lost one an that was F.M Culpper. He dide July the 25th. I think most of the boys is getting well at this time. But I think it is a nuf to make them well at this time. But I think it is A nuf to make them sick to go to town and stand guard. Nearly all that gose to town comes back sick with a pain in tha head. / Noting more to rit about. I will close with saying you must rit to me as soon as you get this letter an let me no how you air A getting A long. I have rot to you ever week sens I come hear and hoav not reseved nairy. But I think hit is the post offise and nothing more at present only I remane as you truly, Benjamin H. Milam. /
Round as the ring that has no end So is my love to you my friend / Shore as the grapes grose on the vind ill be yourn if youll be mine. / When this you see remember me / Although I may be In Tennessee / Theres rivers of lov and barils of wine / But harts A plenty an hope you ar mine.
/POSTSCRIPT: You must tell all the rest to rit to me an giv my best an spects all inquiring friends and you tell them to remember me. So good by to all.");
Hospitalized in Fair Grounds Hospital No. 2 outside Atlanta GA on 25 Feb 1864 and returned to duty 1 April 1864; Died in service of "Dropsy" at Spanish Fort AL on 12 Oct 1864; Brother to William A. Milam (Co. B); Brother-in-law to W. W. Richardson (Co. B/42nd AL CSA and Co.G /Consolidated 37th AL CSA


Milam, William A
Private
Company B

Enlisted 15 March 1862 at Daviston AL; Signed his parole at Vicksburg MS on 9 July 1863; Brother to Benjamin H. Milam (Company B); Brother-in-law to W. W. Richardson (Co. B /42nd AL CSA and Co. G / Consolidated 37th AL CSA)

Miley (Mily) (Wiley?), William
Private
Company F

Age at Enlistment: 20
Enlisted 12 March 1862 at Pike County AL; Signed his parole at Vicksburg MS on 9 July 1863 with X

Miley (Wiley?), F
Private
Company F

Signed his parole with X at Vicksburg MS on 9 July 1863

Miller, G L
Private
Company B

Appears on undated roll of Co. B in Tallapoosa Co AL Archives; Hospitalized in Ross Hospital at Mobile AL 28 Sep-3 Oct 1864 with Febris Intermittens, Quot. (malaria)

Miller, Harry
Private
Company H

SAME MAN AS HENRY MILLER, CO. A - only record of Harry Miller/Co. H is one for him KIA at Iuka MS 19 Sep 1862 - same information for Henry Miller/Co. A by all other sources

Miller, Henry
Private
Company A

Age at Enlistment: 31
Enlisted 30 Apr 1862 at Auburn AL by J.F. Dowdell; Listed as Private on Muster Roll of Co. A dated 13 May 1862 at Auburn AL; KIA at Iuka MS 19 Sep 1862 according to eyewitness Samuel Singletary in account he wrote that was published by T.J. Carlisle in 1902 WEEKLY ENTERPRISE:
"... When we arrived in sight of Iuka we took a road leading in a southwesterly direction which we moved along for a mile at a double-quick, when the big dogs began to bark and the shells pass over and some of the boys made remarks about buzzards passing, it being their first experience with shells. We filed left and moved far enough to pass to the left of those engaged, fronted, and moved to the front ourselves. Almost at the first volley, Henry Miller fell dead pierced with a minie ball, and Floyd Nall mortally wounded, who died during the night..."

Miller, William J
Private
Company H & B

Enlisted 18 March 1862 at Lawrenceville AL; POW at Iuka-Corinth-Hatchie MS paroled at Bolivar TN on 13 Oct 1862; WIA at Vicksburg MS during siege and signed his parole with X at Vicksburg MS on 13 July 1863 while in City Hospital as a Private of Co. H of the 37th AL Infantry CSA, and delivered to Mobile AL aboard steamer H. Chouteau via New Orleans LA; Hospitalized in General Hospital at Montgomery AL 15 Dec 1863; Hospitalized in Ocmulgee Hospital at Macon GA with "Vul. Sclopet" (abbreviation for Vulnus Scopet, a gunshot wound) on 24 July 1864 and transferred 27 July 1864 (most likely WIA at Atlanta 22 July 1864); Paroled at Greensboro NC as part of CONSOLIDATED 37th AL CSA Co. H; Residence: Barbour County AL

Mills, L S
Private
Company C

No additional information currently available

Mimms, Nathan K
Private
Company A

Age at Enlistment: 17
Enlisted 14 Apr 1862 at Lodi AL by H.E. Owens; Listed as Private on Muster Roll of Co. A dated 13 May 1862 at Auburn AL; POW at Iuka-Corinth-Hatchie MS per list dated 13 Oct 1862; Signed for clothing with X

Mines, M H
Private
Company I

Paroled at Citronelle AL 1 June 1865; Residence: Memphis TN; 5’7-3/4" tall with light complexion, gray eyes, auburn hair and 49 years old at time of parole

Minter, J A (sic M)
Colonel
Regimental Field & Staff

Commander of 54th AL CSA Regiment for most of war; Commanding 54th AL CSA in Baker’s Brigade (with 37th, 40th and 42nd AL) in Stewart’s Division of the Army of Tennessee on 30 June 1864 at Atlanta; Commanding 54th AL CSA in Baker’s Brigade (with 37th, 40th and 42nd AL) of Clayton’s Division of the Army of Tennessee on 10 July 1864 at Atlanta; Commanding 54th AL CSA in Baker’s Brigade (with 37th, 40th and 42nd AL) in Clayton’s Division of the Army of Tennessee on 31 July 1864 at Atlanta; Commanding 54th AL CSA in Baker’s Brigade (with 37th, 40th and 42nd AL) of Clayton’s Division of Lee’s Corps of the Army of Tennessee on 31 Aug 1864 at Atlanta; Assigned Command on 9 Apr 1865 of CONSOLIDATED 37th AL Regiment CSA (37th combined with the 42nd & 54th AL) that had been ordered to Carolinas 28 Jan 1865; Date of Commission 5 March 1864; Paroled at Greensboro NC 1 May 1865 as Colonel of Consolidated 37th AL CSA

Mitchell, George W (H)
1st Corporal
Company D

Age at Enlistment: 32/33
Enlisted 9 Apr 1862 at Auburn AL; Appears on Muster Roll of Co. D dated 13 May 1862 at Auburn AL as "Mitchell, George H., 1st Corporal"; Died in service 11 Sep 1863 of unknown cause at unknown place; Claim for deceased soldier filed 5 May 1863 by Susan J. Mitchell, who signed her name to the claim; Claim paid 24 Feb 1864 for $46.75; 5’10" tall with fair complexion, blue eyes and auburn hair and farmer by occupation; born in South Carolina

Mitchell, Harday (Hardy)
Private
Company D

Age at Enlistment: 32
Enlisted 7 Apr 1862 at Auburn AL; Appears on Muster Roll of Co. D dated 13 May 1862 at Auburn AL; KIA at Corinth MS 3, 4 or 5 Oct 1862

Mitchell, Robert L
Private
Company G

Hired George W. Sadler to serve as his Substitute

Mixon (Mixan), James D
Private
Company A

Age at Enlistment: 28
Enlisted 22 March 1862 at Auburn by J.F. Dowdell; Listed as Private on Muster Roll of Co. A dated 13 May 1862 at Auburn AL; Signed his parole in the field at Vicksburg MS on 9 July 1863 as a Private of Co. A of the 37th AL Infantry CSA

Mock (Mask/Monk?), J N
Private
Unknown Company

No additional information currently available


Moncreif, Thomas M
Private
Company G

Age: 25 in 1865
Signed his parole at Vicksburg MS on 10 July 1863; POW at Lookout Mountain TN on 24 Nov 1863 "Taken In Arms ..." and sent to Nashville, Louisville and on to Rock Island Prison IL; Paroled at Rock Island Prison IL on 16 May 1865; 5’9" tall with fresh complexion, dark hair, grey eyes and 25 years old at parole; Home: West Point GA

Moncreif, Peyton (Payton) G
Private
Company G

Age at Enlistment: 25
Died in service 19 June 1862 at Columbus MS of unknown disease; Claim for deceased soldier filed 18 June 1863 by Laura Moncrief, widow, to which she signed her name; Claim paid 29 Nov 1863 for $76.37; 5’3" tall with fresh complexion, blue eyes, light hair and farmer by occupation; born in Chambers County AL

Moncreif, William S (F)
Private
Company G

Enlisted 24 March 1862 at Cusseta; Signed his parole at Vicksburg MS on 9 July 1863 with X

Moncrief (Muncrief), Thomas
Rank Unknown
Company G

Died in service of unknown cause (disease assumed) on or before 20 June 1862; Buried at Columbus MS 20 June 62

Monk, Marion
Private
Company A

Age at Enlistment: 20
Enlisted 22 March 1862 at Auburn AL by J.F. Dowdell; Listed as Private on Muster Roll of Co. A dated 13 May 1862 at Auburn AL; Signed his parole in the field at Vicksburg MS on 9 July 1863 with X as a Private of Company A of the 37th AL Infantry CSA; WIA/POW at Lookout Mountain TN and sent to Nashville to USA General Hospital: "gunshot fracture of left fibula suffered at Lookout Mountain and left leg amputated in General Field Hospital at Chattanooga" TN on 1 Feb 1864; Sent to General Hospital 15 Feb 1864; Transferred to Provost Marshall 26 Apr 1864; Sent to Louisville and on to Camp Morton (Indianapolis IN); Transferred for exchange 15 March 1865 to Bouleware's Wharf (James River VA) arriving 23 March 1865... one of 1,011 POWs; Hospitalized in Receiving and Wayside Hospital, and in General Hospital No. 9 at Richmond VA on 23 March 1865; Sent to Howard Grove Hospital (Richmond VA) 24 March 1865 and furloughed for 30 days on 29 March 1865; Appears on list of "Founding Members" of United Confederate Veterans, Ozark AL Camp dated August 1893 as "M. MONK, CO K 37TH AL" along with "A. J. BRYAN, CO A, 37TH AL"; Mentioned as one of four former members of the 37th AL in an August 1893 article in THE SOUTHERN STAR of Ozark, Dale Co AL as part of a group of Confederate Veterans who met at the court house at Ozark AL to form UCV chapter; Buried in Beersheba Cemetery (east of Skipperville) at Dale County AL, 30 Apr 1842-3 Oct 1898

Monk, Solomon
Rank Unknown
Company C

Buried in Good Hope Church Cemetery at Covington County AL

Monk, Thomas R, Jr.
Private
Company A

Age at Enlistment: 21
Enlisted 22 March 1862 at Auburn AL by J.F. Dowdell; Listed as Private on Muster Roll of Co. A dated 13 May 1862 at Auburn AL; Died in service 9 Aug 1862 at Columbus MS of fever; Claim for deceased soldier filed 2 Sep 1862 by Abner Huto, JP, atty for Lucinda Monk, widow, who signed with X; Described as 5’7" tall with dark complexion, dark eyes, black hair and farmer by occupation; Payment due in the amount of $27.65

Moon, G T
Private
Company B

Appears on undated roll of Company B in Tallapoosa Co AL Archives; Paroled at Talladega AL 20 May 1865 by General Chrysler's troops

Mooney, Isaiah (Isaac) A
Private
Company I

Appears on Muster Roll of "Company ’I’ 37th Regiment, Alabama Volunteers at LaFayette, Chambers County, Alabama, March 6, 1862" published in 31 July 1901 issue of LAFAYETTE SUN (LaFayette, Chambers Co. AL) with Privates as "Mooney, Isaac A."; Listed as Private in muster roll of Co. I published by Carlisle in 1902 WEEKLY ENTERPRISE (Enterprise AL) with Privates as "Isaiah Mooney"

Mooney, James P
Private
Company I

Age at Enlistment: 38
Enlisted 22 Apr 1862 at Lafayette AL (Gerrand); Appears on Muster Roll of Co. I dated 13 May 1862 at Auburn AL; Signed his parole at Vicksburg MS on 9 July 1863; POW at Lookout Mountain TN on 24 Nov 1863 (ALSO recorded as Missionary Ridge TN 25 Nov 1863) and sent to Nashville TN, Louisville KY and on to Rock Island Prison IL; "Took the oath (of allegiance) in prison"; Hospitalized in Bemis Hospital at Opelika AL on 26 Sep 1864; Appears on post-war Record Roll compiled by Thomas J. Griffin, former Captain of Company I, dated 28 June 1866 with notations about Lookout Mountain, the prison oath, and "Farmer", "Married" and "P.O. Milltown, AL"; Appears on Muster Roll of "Company 'I' 37th Regiment, Alabama Volunteers at LaFayette, Chambers County, Alabama, March 6, 1862" published in 31 July 1901 issue of LAFAYETTE SUN (LaFayette, Chambers Co. AL) with Privates as "Mooney, Jas. P., captured on Lookout Mountain"; Buried in Darian Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery near Daviston at Tallapoosa County AL, Sep 1823- 11 Aug 1910

Moor (Moore/Moon?), G. V. W.
Private
Company D

Enlisted (Conscripted?) 30 March 1864 in Co. I of 37th AL CSA; Paroled at Greensboro NC 1 May 1865 as part of CONSOLIDATED 37th AL CSA Co. D


Moore, Bartholomew G
Private
Company I

Enlisted 1 Aug 1863 at Lafayette AL; Hospitalized in Ross Hospital at Mobile AL 19-28 Nov 1864 with Febris Remittens (malaria); Hospitalized in Bemiss Hospital at Opelika AL 5 Nov 1864; Appears on Muster Roll of "Company ’I’ 37th Regiment, Alabama Volunteers at LaFayette, Chambers County, Alabama, March 6, 1862" published in 31 July 1901 issue of LAFAYETTE SUN (LaFayette, Chambers County AL) with Privates as "Moore, Bartholmew G."; Born 13 April 1844 - Died 30 March 1929 and buried in LaFayette Cemetery, LaFayette, Chambers County, Ala.

The following profile, discovered by researcher Glenda Brack, appeared in the May 21, 1924, issue of THE LAFAYETTE SUN (LaFayette, Chambers County, Ala.), and is from a series "Thin Gray'n Line Passes in Review" written about surviving Confederate soldiers at the time:

"B. G. Moore

B. G. Moore was born April 13, 1844, three miles south of LaFayette, Chambers County, Ala.; lived here until the age of 18, when he joined the 37th Alabama regiment, Company I, at Camp Watts, Notasulga, Ala., Baker's Brigade, Clayton's Division and Stewart's Corps. He went from there to Chattanooga, Tenn., and was in the battle of Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge, going from there to Dalton, Ga., where considerable fighting was done; then on the Marietta, Ga., where was fought the battle of New Hope Church; was in the fight around Kennesaw Mountain, there to Atlanta, where he was wounded in the hand from which he lost one finger. In this battle Colonel [Alexander A.] Green was killed. From here his regiment was sent to Mobile, where they stayed several months. His next big fight was in Bentonville, N.C., going from there to Greensboro, N.C., and from there at the time of the surrender. He walked most of the way home. He came back to find everything gone, but went to work with the same spirit that he had fought, and in 1872 he was married to Miss Alice Moorefield, and to this union was born five children, three of whom are dead, one son and one daughter living. After he married he moved to Moorefield, Ala., where he lived for 37 years, moving to this place twelve years ago, where he still lives, and at the age of eighty is still well and hearty, working his garden and corn patches every day, and say he hopes to live to one hundred."




Moore, Benjamin F (T)
Private
Company I

Served as substitute for J.S.N. Davis according to Muster Roll of "Company ’I’ 37th Regiment, Alabama Volunteers at LaFayette, Chambers County, Alabama, March 6, 1862" published in 31 July 1901 issue of LAFAYETTE SUN (LaFayette, Chambers County AL), where he is listed among Privates as "Moore, Benj. F., substitute for J.S.N. Davis"; Listed as Private in muster roll of Co. I published by Carlisle in 1902 WEEKLY ENTERPRISE (Enterprise, Chambers County, Ala.)



Moore, Elisha C
Private
Company F

Enlisted 25 Sep 1861 in Co. I of 54th AL CSA; paroled at Greensboro NC 1 May 1865 as part of CONSOLIDATED 37th AL CSA Co. F

Moore, G B
Private
Company D

Enlisted 10 Aug 1863; Hospitalized in CSA Hospital No. 1 at Charlotte NC 21 Apr 1865 with Febris Intermittens (malaria) and returned to duty the same day; Paroled at Greensboro NC 1 May 1865 as part of CONSOLIDATED 37th AL CSA Co. D

Moore, George W
Private
Company I

Appears on Muster Roll of "Company ’I’ 37th Regiment, Alabama Volunteers at LaFayette, Chambers County, Alabama, March 6, 1862" published in 31 July 1901 issue of LAFAYETTE SUN (LaFayette, Chambers County AL) with Privates as "Moore, Geo. W."; Listed on Muster Roll of Co. I published in 19 June 1902 WEEKLY ENTERPRISE

Moore, James F (T)
Private-4th Sergeant
Company I

Enlisted 6 March 1862 at Lafayette AL; Mentioned as "Jas F Moore - 4th Sergt." in WEEKLY ENTERPRISE article of unknown date in 1902 detailing the formation of Co. I; Signed his parole at Vicksburg MS on 9 July 1863; Paroled at Greensboro NC 1 May 1865 as part of CONSOLIDATED 37th AL CSA Co. I; Appears on Muster Roll of "Company ’I’ 37th Regiment, Alabama Volunteers at LaFayette, Chambers County, Alabama, March 6, 1862" published in 31 July 1901 issue of LAFAYETTE SUN (LaFayette, Chambers Co AL) as "4th Serg’t - Jas. F. Moore"

Moore, James R
Private
Company E

Age at Enlistment: 16
Enlisted 31 March 1862 at Woodville AL

Moore, James
Private
Company B

Appears on undated roll of Co. B at Tallapoosa Co AL Archives; POW at Calhoun GA 17 May 1864 and sent to Nashville with no further record


Moore, John E
2nd Corporal
Company K

Age at Enlistment: 17
Enlisted 17 March 1862 at Spring Hill AL; Signed his parole at Vicksburg MS on 9 July 1863; Hospitalized in Pettigrew General Hospital No. 13 at Raleigh NC 11 Apr 1865; Transferred 12 Apr 1865; Paroled at Greensboro NC 1 May 1865 as part of Consolidated 37th AL CSA Company K; Mentioned in letter of C.P. Rodgers, Sr. published in 5 June 1902 WEEKLY ENTERPRISE:
"... I went to Dallas, Texas, to the re-union, via N O & H R R, and when I stepped aboard the cars at Letohatchie I was agreeably surprised to meet – Blackman, John Moore, J C Watkins and M W Carroll, of Co K, from Troy, Ala. They were all comrades, looked well and filled the bill of lading "because they were in good order and well conditioned. I had not seen them since they were at Spanish Fort, and on our way to Mobile I could see the old Fort across the bay and I thought of the grand times the boys had there, how I used to let them have the boats to go fishing and how they always remembered me with the fish, and do you remember how the boys shook with the (malarial) chills? Why, if I could have got them all together at the same time on one hill, I could have had a very respectable earthquake...";
A "J.E. Moore" witnessed the Confederate Pension application of Mrs. M.C. Flowers, widow of Silas R. Flowers (Co. K); "Jno. E. Moore" witnessed the Confederate Pension application of J.T. Freeman (Co. K)


Moore, John Franklin
Rank Unknown
Company D

Buried in unspecified location at Chambers County AL, 1828-1905

Moore, John H
Private
Company G

Appears as private on undated roll of Co. G in Chambers County AL Archives

Moore, John W
Private
Company G

Signed his parole in the field at Vicksburg MS on 9 July 1863 as a Private of Co. G of the 37th AL Infantry CSA

Moore, L
Private
Company D

Signed his parole at Montgomery AL on 7 June 1865; 5’7" tall with light hair, black eyes and fair complexion

Moore, Marcas D. L.
Private
Company B

Enlisted 15 March 1862 at Daviston AL; Died in service 31 July 1862 and on list of those KIA or Died of Wounds or Disease (disease is assumed as this date too early for any KIA/WIA actions)

Moore, Miles
Private
Company I & G

Enlisted 6 March 1862 at Lafayette AL; WIA seriously at Vicksburg MS and died at Vicksburg MS 4 June 1863; Appears on Muster Roll of "Company ’I’ 37th Regiment, Alabama Volunteers at LaFayette, Chambers County, Alabama, March 6, 1862" published in 31 July 1901 issue of The LaFayette Sun (LaFayette, Chambers Co AL) with Privates as "Moore, Miles, died at Vicksburg from wounds"; Marker for "Miles Moore, Co G, 37th Ala Inf, Jun 4 1863" located in Soldiers Rest section, Cedar Hill (City) Cemetery, Vicksburg, Miss. - photo of gravemarker courtesy of Janice Merrill Johnt in Burials section


Moore, R C
Private
Company C

Hospitalized in Fair Grounds Hospital No. 2 outside Atlanta GA on 25 Feb 1864

Moore, Robert R
Private
Company I
Regimental Field & Staff (Musician: Regimental Bass Drummer)
Ordnance Sergeant
Enlisted 1 Apr 1862 at Lafayette AL; Paroled at Greensboro NC 1 May 1865; One of two men possibly mentioned by C.P. Rodgers, Sr. in letter to T.J. Carlisle describing a recent Confederate reunion at Dallas TX published in 5 June 1902 edition of WEEKLY ENTERPRISE: "... I met Moore of Co I, and Dave Spence of Co I, both being in Texas..."; Mentioned in "Formation of Company I" article of WEEKLY ENTERPRISE of unknown date "... On the 10th of May [1862] orders to organize a regiment were received ... In a few days the following regimental staff was announced: ... Robt Moore - Bass ..."; Appears on Muster Roll of "Company ’I’ 37th Regiment, Alabama Volunteers at LaFayette, Chambers County, Alabama, March 6, 1862" published in 31 July 1901 issue of LAFAYETTE SUN (LaFayette, Chambers County AL) with Privates as "Moore, Robt. R., discharged and received again February 1864"; Enlisted 16 Jan 1862 at Dalton GA is listed as Ordnance Sergeant in an unknown company by Rex Miller (more likely misread/mistyped by an earlier transcriptionist as regiment WOULD be present at Dalton GA in Jan 1864 - this could POSSIBLY be a "reenlistment" of Robert R. Moore, with original enlistment 1 Apr 1862); Listed by Pitts among Paroled at Greensboro NC 1 May 1865 as part of CONSOLIDATED 37th AL CSA Field and Staff and Co. I as Ordnance Sergeant

Moore, Robert T
Private
Company I

Discharged at Columbus MS on 1 July 1862; The circumstances of his discharge were captured at the time by T.J. Carlisle (Co. I) in his diary while at Camp Bluett near Columbus MS, and published after the war in the 31 July 1902 edition of the WEEKLY ENTERPRISE: "... Tuesday {August} 5th {1862}, went up to town to get papers for the following named members of the Company who had been discharged from service of the Confederate States, viz: ... Robt T Moore, July 1, 1862, Columbus {MS}...."; Hospitalized In City Hospital at Vicksburg MS; Died in service of unknown cause at Vicksburg MS 30 Apr 1863; Buried in Grave 1055 of Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cemetery, Vicksburg MS

Moore (Moor) (sic Moon), Asa J
Private
Company D

Age at Enlistment: 25
Enlisted 9 Apr 1862 at Auburn AL (also 7 Apr); Appears on Muster Roll of Co. D dated 13 May 1862 at Auburn AL; Hospitalized in General Hospital at Meridian MS 30 Aug 1862 and returned to duty 20 Dec 1862

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