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34TH ALABAMA INFANTRY REGIMENT


Company F - Tallapoosa & Macon Counties

This regiment was organized at Loachapoka, April 15, 1862. It went thence to Tupelo, and was placed - with the Twenty-fourth and Twenty-eight Alabama, and two South Carolina regiments - in Manigault's brigade, Wither's division. The regiment moved into Kentucky, but was not under fire during the campaign. It was with the main army when it took position at Murfreesboro, and lost very heavily on its first battlefield. The remainder of the winter was passed near Tullahoma, and the Thirty-fourth withdrew with the army to the Chattanooga line. At Chicamauga the regiment again lost largely in killed and wounded, and at Mission Ridge many of its number were captured. It wintered and recruited for the great campaign of 1864 at Dalton, and began "The Hundred Days' Battle" in the spring. From Dalton to Atlanta, the Thirty-fourth shared fully in the operations of the historic Army of Tennessee, and in the battles of Jully 22d and July 28th at Atlanta its losses were particularly large. At Jonesboro its casualties were few, but then came the expedition into Tennessee, and though the Thirty-fourth escaped the severest part of the battle of Franklin, at Nashville its already depleted ranks were almost swept away. With the wreck of the army it passed into the Carolinas, where it skirmished at Kinston and lost severely at Bentonville. Consolidated with the Twenty-fourth and Twenty-eighth, about 100 of the 1000 men with which the Thirty-fourth took the field were surrendered at High Point, North Carolina.


Field and Staff
Colonel - Julius C.B. Mitchell of Montgomery; detached.
Lieutenant Colonels - James W. Echols of Macon; resigned. J.C. Carter of Montgomery; wounded at Murfreesboro.
Majors - Henry McCoy of Tallapoosa; resigned. John N. Slaughter of Coosa; wounded at Atlanta.
Adjutants - John E. Burch of Montgomery; captured at Nashville. James P. Brenan of Montgomery.

Captains, and Counties from Which the Companies Came.
Coosa and Montgomery - Thomas Mitchell; resigned. R.G. Welch; wounded at Chicamauga.
Coosa - John N. Slaughter; promoted. E.B. Wood; captured at Mission Ridge. Lieut. M. Lambert commanded.
Coosa - Jas. M. Willis; resigned. W.G. Oliver; wounded at Jonesboro.
Tallapoosa - W.H. Holstein; wounded.
Tallapoosa - M.F. Fielder; resigned. John R. Colquitt; wounded at Atlanta.
Tallapoosa - J. Frank Ashurst; resigned. Henry J. Ricks.
Tallapoosa - .... Pinckard; resigned. J. Maxey Smith; wounded at Atlanta.
Montgomery - John C. Carter; promoted. Lieut. F.H. Cobb commanded.
Russell - J.B. Bickerstaff; killed at Murfreesboro. John S. Burch; wounded at Atlanta.
Russell - Henry M. Crowder; resigned. William Johnson; resigned. Joseph M. Simms.

 

Company G Muster Roll

 

MUSTER ROLL, Company F
(no date given)

NAME

RANK

AGE

COUNTY

REMARKS

M.L. Fielder

Captain

26

Tallapoosa

 

J.R. Colquitt

1st Lt.

35

Tallapoosa

 

Wm. Todd

2nd Lt.

37

Macon

 

W.R. Aarant

3rd Lt.

26

Macon

 

John Crittenden

1st Sgt.

27

Tallapoosa

 

D.A. Lanier

2nd Sgt.

30

Macon

 

J.A. Burks

3rd Sgt.

 

Tallapoosa

Absent-sick furl.

H.R. Singleton

4th Sgt.

32

Macon

 

Wm. Brogdon

5th Sgt.

23

Tallapoosa

Absent-sick furl.

J.S. Bryant

1st Corp.

21

Tallapoosa

Absent-sick furl. John S. Bryant, born 1840, brother of William Augustus Bryant, was thought to be in Co. E, 34th AL - jeffbryant@aol.com

J.S. Macon

2nd Corp.

26

Tallapoosa

 

J.E. Aarant

3rd Corp.

25

Tallapoosa

 

James Shelane

4th Corp.

25

Macon

 

H.C. Applewhite

Private

20

Tallapoosa

 

F.B. Arant

Private

20

Tallapoosa

 

G.W. Abrant

Private

18

Tallapoosa

 

J.W. Arant

Private

18

Tallapoosa

 

J. (M.?) Aarant

Private

17

Tallapoosa

 

F.B. Atkins

Private

20

Tallapoosa

 

H.G. Baker

Private

25

Tallapoosa

 

David Baker

Private

18

Tallapoosa

 

Irvin Baker

Private

24

Tallapoosa

 

H.B. Blanks

Private

23

Tallapoosa

 

John Blanks

Private

18

Tallapoosa

 

R.A. Brogdon

Private

18

Tallapoosa

 

G.W. Berry

Private

25

Tallapoosa

 

W.T. Brown

Private

19

Macon

 

David Britt

Private

24

Macon

Absent-sick furl.

C.H. Burks

Private

20

Tallapoosa

 

Claiborne Burchner

Private

21

Tallapoosa

Absent-sick Furl.

C.T. Brown

Private

29

Macon

Absent-furlough

J.A. Coon

Private

38

Tallapoosa

 

J.T. Childers

Private

21

Tallapoosa

 

T.G. Childers

Private

23

Tallapoosa

 

A.J. Carroll

Private

23

Tallapoosa

 

J.A. Calhoun

Private

17

Tallapoosa

 

A.G. Chester

Private

26

Tallapoosa

 

M.A. Crowley

Private

31

Tallapoosa

died (???)

James Crawford

Private

36

Tallapoosa

 

Henry Duncan

Private

18

Macon

died 5-13-1862

A.H. Davis

Private

45

Macon

Absent-sick furl.

T.J. Dendy (?) [T.D. Dendy]**

Private

28

Tallapoosa

Absent-sick furl. T.D. Dendy was wounded in the leg and walked with a limp. Jim Williams

M. Eldridge

Private

23

Macon

 

T.E. Early

Private

34

Tallapoosa

 

James Farrell

Private

19

Tallapoosa

 

J.F. Funderburke

Private

32

Macon

 

John Gollahorn

Private

17

Macon

 

Taylor Gallahorn

Private

16

Macon

 

C.M. Griggs

Private

17

Macon

 

A.J. Goldin

Private

25

Tallapoosa

Absent-sick furl.

J.A. Gibson

Private

23

Tallapoosa

 

M. Goins

Private

24

Tallapoosa

 

A.J. Galloway

Private

25

Tallapoosa

 

T.J. Hardeman

Private

16

Macon

 

N.L. Herren

Private

34

Macon

 

William Horn

Private

19

Tallapoosa


Absent-sick furl.

J.M. Hathcox

Private

24

Tallapoosa

 

T.M. Hancock

Private

30

Tallapoosa

 

W.M. Hill

Private

31

Tallapoosa

 

Thomas Hill

Private

25

Tallapoosa

Absent-sick furl.

C.F.M. Johnson

Private

19

Tallapoosa

 

J.M. Johnson

Private

17

Tallapoosa

 

W.M. Johnson

Private

17

Tallapoosa

 

John Johnson

Private

18

Tallapoosa

 

W.L. Ingram

Private

18

Tallapoosa

 

Calvin Hilbritt (?)

Private

28

Tallapoosa

 

C. Livingston

Private

19

Macon

 

G. Lymitkin (?)

Private

33

Tallapoosa

 

James Morris

Private

14

Macon

 

J.B. McDaniel

Private

19

Macon

 

John McGarth (?)

Private

29

Tallapoosa

 

T.J. McWhorter

Private

18

Tallapoosa

 

G.L. Melton

Private

26

Macon

 

G.H. Melton

Private

21

Macon

Absent-sick furl.

T.M. Mix

Private

20

Tallapoosa

 

Gabriel Parker

Private

34

Macon

 

J.W. Palmer

Private

21

Tallapoosa

Absent-sick furl.

W.H. Palmer

Private

25

Tallapoosa

 

A.J. Pliler (?)

Private

23

Montgomery

Absent-sick furl.

E. Pliler (?)

Private

32

Montgomery

Absent-sick furl.

Jese Partridge

Private

18

Tallapoosa

 

J.R. Riley

Private

18

Macon

 

Chester Riley

Private

16

Macon

 

Isaac Retterfork ?

Private

32

Tallapoosa

 

J.L. Stuart

Private

20

Tallapoosa

Absent-sick furl.

D.L. Stuart

Private

23

Tallapoosa

Absent-sick furl.

O.A. Stuart

Private

23

Tallapoosa

Absent-sick furl.

Thomas Steehorn

Private

45

Tallapoosa

 

J.N. Steehorn

Private

21

Tallapoosa

 

Isham Steehorn

Private

23

Tallapoosa

 

W.M. Steehorn

Private

19

Tallapoosa

 

J.G. Spencer

Private

25

Tallapoosa

Absent-sick furl.

W.M. Strengtis ?

Private

25

Tallapoosa

 

Harrison Strengtis?

Private

22

Tallapoosa

 

William Shores

Private

18

Tallapoosa

 

Willis Todd

Private

17

Tallapoosa

 

G.E. Taylor

Private

21

Tallapoosa

 

H.E. Taylor

Private

18

Tallapoosa

 

J.W. Thompson

Private

 

Tallapoosa

 

 

H.G. Thompson

Private

43

Tallapoosa

substituted by his son, Wm. Thompson, 17 years old

A. Vaughan

Private

21

Macon

 

J.L. Wells

Private

25

Macon

Absent-sick furl.

J.B. Wells

Private

26

Macon

 

L.B.

Private

24

Macon

 

William Wall

Private

25

Macon

 

J.G. Waller

Private

26

Tallapoosa

 

Jacob Weldon

Private

23

Tallapoosa

 

J.W. Wright

Private

16

Macon

 

F.L. Wright

Private

27

Macon

 

J.W. Wood

Private

27

Tallapoosa

 

W.G. Wood

Private

34

Tallapoosa

 

A.S. Wood

Private

34

Tallapoosa

 

Nathan Wood

Private

30

Tallapoosa

 

John White

Private

32

Tallapoosa

 

D.G. Williams

Private

18

Tallapoosa

Absent-sick furl.

J.S. Warren

Private

18

Tallapoosa

 

J.R. York

Private

23

Macon

 

J.J. York

Private

 

Macon

 

 

 

 

 

 


Sources: Wayne Hendon, Ken Jones, et al. According to descendant Jim Williams, T.D. Dendy, though wounded in the leg and walked with a limp, moved his family to Marchall County AL around 1890.

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