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34th Alabama Infantry Regiment


  Company G Muster Roll
list provided courtesy of Ken Jones
kjones@tarleton.edu
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Officers:

PINCKARD, P. J., Capt. (resigned, 29 June 62)

SMITH, James M., Capt.

DUCK, R. A. W., 1st Lt. - brother of Manning L Duck and William M. Duck ( 1st AL Co.A )

BROOKS, W. L., Lt., Capt.

CLARK, J. R., 2nd Lt.

TIMS, R. W., 2nd Lt.

BAZY, H. G., Sgt.

GARDNER, William V., Sgt.

KNIGHT, R. R., Sgt. - Son of Henry D. and Nancy Knight. Richard died 31-Mar-1863. Married Mary Elizabeth Boon, 23-Nov-1858, in Tallapoosa Co. AL] per Paula Girouard

KNIGHT, Thomas H., Sgt.- Son of Henry D. and Nancy Knight. Thomas was a surgeon. His descendants still have his medical book. Married Martha Jane Lake, 24-Jun-1860, in Tallapoosa Co. AL. Buried Pine Springs Cemetery, Dekalb, Bowie Co. TX - per Paula Girouard [paulagir@attbi.com]

MORRIS, Daniel A., Sgt.

PITTS, James H., Sgt.

SHEPHERD, W. H., Sgt.

SMITH, William T., Sgt.

VEAZEY, Henry Y., Sgt.

WITTER, George A., Sgt.

BROOKS, Benjamin F., Cpl.

CAMPBELL, A., Cpl. - Archibald Campbell married Nancy Knight d/o Henry D. and Nancy Knight, 26-Apr-1849, Tallapoosa Co AL Sister Sara Ann Campbell married Richard F. Davis.

DUCK, Manning L., Cpl. -  - brother of R.A.W. Duck and William M.Duck ( 1st AL Co. A ) Half-brother to Alexander Pursell.

DUNN, W. D., Cpl.

MILIAM, William H., Cpl.

MONROE, John T., Cpl.

Privates:


  ADAIR, J. E.

ALLEN, Franklin

ALLEN, John H.

BALLOU, John D.

BALLOU, Thomas J.

BICKLEY, Noah M.

BLAND, Simeon E.

BOONE, Joseph - Brother of Mary Elizabeth and Lucinda Jane Boon. per Paula Girouard [paulagir@attbi.com]

BRANCH, Ballard B.

BRANCH, James E.

BRITTON, T. J.

BURDETT, L. S. (burial: Confederate section, Chattanooga Citizens' Cemetery) cemetery photo

CALDWELL, Henry C.

CARLILE, E. J. - B. July 7, 1831, D. Aug. 17, 1906; buried New Bethel Cemetery, Jefferson County AL. See Virtual Cemetery by Robert C. Johnston, Jr.

CARTEY, William

CHAPELL, Simeon

CHESHIRE, Charles M.

COLLUM, James A.

COLLUM, John D.

DABBS, J. H.

DAVIS, Henry J. - Brother of Richard F. Davis. Henry married Sarah Ann Matilda Madden, 01-Oct-1859, Tallapoosa Co AL. - per Paula Girouard [paulagir@attbi.com]

DAVIS, Richard F. - Married Sarah Ann Campbell, sister of Archibald, 16-Feb-1855, in Tallapoosa Co AL. Buried at Eagle Creek Cemetery. - per Paula Girouard [paulagir@attbi.com]

DAY, Johnithan I.

DUFFEE, James C.

DUFFEE, John F.

DUREN, J. S.

EDWARDS, R. B.

ENGLISH, William

EVERS, M.

FOLSOM, Felix H. - married Taphenese Pursell Jones, sister of Alexander Pursell.

FOSTER, Francis M. (burial: Confederate section, Chattanooga Citizens' Cemetery) cemetery photo

GATES, Benjamin

GELLESPIE, G. P.

GIBBS, John C.

GILBERT, Isaac

GILLEY, N. M.

GILMORE, Erastus G.

GILMORE, William J.

GODFREY, Allen

GODFREY, John W.

GRANT, William D.

GREATHOUSE, Aug D.

GRIFFIN, James A.

GUTHRIE, W. H.

HALL, Guilford B.

HALL, J. P.

HAMBY, David H.

HAMBY, Jesse

HAMBY, William A.

HAMMOCK, James T. - born 1820 (Coweta Co., GA?), married Rebecca Ann Johnson, Coweta Co. GA, died 8-Jun-1877 Tallapoosa Co., burial unknown. --Glenda

HAND, Allen W. - (burial: Confederate section, Chattanooga Citizens' Cemetery) cemetery photo  - brother of Andrew J. Hand.

HAND, Andrew J. - On 7-Aug-1864, A. J. Hand appears on a report of casualties of Manigaults Brigade in action of 28-Jul-1864 near Atlanta, Ga.  Sent to a Hospital at Station Vineville, Ga (Macon?) Married brother's widow, Emmeline Aarons Hand Sep1863.  Died 20-Sep-1917, buried  Hand Cemetery, Jordan, Baxter Co., ARK --Louise Hand Harris [alh@townsqr.com

HARDEN, Allen K. - brother of Napoloen B. Harden, son of Allen and Martha Harden - Frank [benjay@ultravision.net]

HARDEN, Howard H.

HARDEN, Napoleon B. - brother of Allen K. Harden, son of Allen and Martha Harden - Frank [benjay@ultravision.net]

HARPER, Francis A.

HARPER, G. M.

HARRELSON, A.

HARRELSON, J. W. - James Manning Harrelson? buried Rose Hill Cemetery, Tallassee, AL.

HARRIS, George W.

HARRIS, Green S . (burial: Confederate section, Chattanooga Citizens' Cemetery)

HARRIS, John R.

HEART, M. N.

HENDERSON, Alvin J. -  - married Hamby daughters and Duck/Foster - father-in-law of G.T. Scroggins, 1st AL Co. A National Archive Microfilm box M374 Roll20 (also listed as Alexander)

HILL, John C.

HODEY, John

HOPSON, Alexander

HORTON, James H.

INGRAM, Joseph - First cousin of James Monroe Pless

JAMES, John J.

JOHNSON, James

JOHNSON, L.

JOHNSON, L. N.

JOHNSON, Stephen

JOHNSON, Stephen N.

JONES, Edmond

KENNEDY, M. L.

KINSEL, John A.

KNOWLES, J. M.

 KNOWLS, John C.

LAKE, James H. - Brother of Martha Jane Lake

LAMBERT, L. O.

LAND, George W.

LAND, John F.

LANGLEY, Chas. W.

LEE, James

LOYD, William F.

McCORD, Guilford

McEVERS, ? ?

McELWAIN, W. (burial: Confederate section, Chattanooga Citizens' Cemetery) cemetery photo

McKINIAN, James H.

MADDEN, John W. - brother of Sarah Ann Matilda Madden? Brother in law of Henry J. Davis?

MASSEY, A.

MELTON, H. C.

MELTON, J. R.

MONAHAN, W.

MOORE, Green L.

MOORE, J. C.

MOORE, W. W.

MULLICAN, George W.

NELSON, T. H. J. (also in Co. "B")

NORRIS, Elijah

O'NEAL, Francis - (O'Neal, Franklin) http://www.fortunecity.com/oasis/cozumel/310/id67_34th_alabama.htm

OLIVER, Charles C.

PATTERSON, W. C.

PATTERSON, W. J. (burial: Confederate section, Chattanooga Citizens' Cemetery) cemetery photo

PATTERSON, William P.

PATTILA [PATTILO?], Joseph G.

PLESS, George F.

PLESS, James M. - married Lucinda Jane Boon, 25-Dec-1853, in Tallapoosa Co AL. Died, 03-Nov-1863, in the federal prison, Camp Douglas, IL, buried Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago. --per Paula Girouard [paulagir@attbi.com] James Monroe Pless [See the book by great grandson James E. Pless - http://www.jamespless.com/ ]

POOL, John

POWER, G. W.

PRIDGEN, Allen

PURSELL, Alexander - Purcell, Alexander, from Tallapoosa County, served the Co G of the 34th Al. He was captured at the Battle of Nashville and sent to Camp Douglas, IL, near Chicago. Released June 1865. Alexander is the older half-brother of William, Manning and R.A.W Duck. source: Betty Jarrell bjjarrell@usa.net

PURSELL, William F. - son of Alexander Pursell. 

ROSS, John

ROSS, William A.

SALMON, J. H.

SHEPHERD, James A.

SHEPPERED, J. F. M.

SIMMONDS, E. Z.

SINGLEY, S. A.

SMITH, George W.

SMITH, James N.

STANFORD, Cicaro A.

STANFORD, Monroe

STEWART, John P.

TAYLOR, H. J.

TAYLOR, Thomas P.

THOMAS, Sawney

TILLERY, William

TODD, Corneluis P.

TRAYWICK, Richard

TUCKER, Alexander

TURNER, J. B.

TURNER, John R.

TURNER, Stephen A.

VANZANDT, H. T.

VEASEY, Jas. M .

WALTERS, G. W.

WEBB, J.

WHALEY, Joshua W.

WHATLEY, W. H.

WHITE, J. C.

WHITLOW, William T.

WILLIAMS, John W.

WOOTON, P. C.

WRIGHT, William

YOUNGE, John W.


 Gray, Samuel J . - same URL as above for Franklin O'Neal http://www.fortunecity.com/oasis/cozumel/310/id67_34th_alabama.htm

The following are from the Chattanooga cemetery records at UTC....
Burdett, L. S., Company G, 34th Regiment - cemetery photo
Foster, Francis , Company G, 34th Regiment cemetery photo
Hand, A. W ., Company G, 34th Regiment.
Harris, R., Company G, 34th Regiment.
McElwain, W ., Company G, 34th Regiment - cemetery photo
Patterson, W. J., Company G, 34th Regiment


 34th Alabama Infantry Regiment

The 34th Alabama Infantry was organized at Loachapoka on 15 April 1862, with companies recruited from Montgomery and the counties of Coosa, Russell, and Tallapoosa. It was sent to Tupelo, MS, and was placed with the 24th and 28th Alabama regiments, and two South Carolina regiments, in Gen'l Arthur M. Manigault's Brigade, Gen'l Jones M. Wither's Division. The regiment moved into Kentucky but was not in action during the campaign. It was with the main Army of Tennessee when it fought at Murfreesboro, and it sustained heavy casualties (11 k, 77 w). The remainder of the winter was spent near Tullahoma, and the regiment then withdrew with the army to the Chattanooga area. At Chickamauga, the 34th again lost heavily, and at Missionary Ridge, a large number were captured. The regiment, numbering 388 men and 281 arms, wintered and recruited for the campaigning of 1864 at Dalton and began the "Hundred Days' Battle" in the spring. From Dalton to Atlanta, the 34th shared fully in the operations of the Army of Tennessee. It lost heavily in the battles of 22 and 28 July, at Atlanta. At Jonesboro, casualties were light. At the Battle of Franklin, the 34th escaped the severest part of the fighting, but at Nashville, the remainder of the unit was nearly decimated. With the wreck of the Army, the regiment passed into the Carolinas where it skirmished at Kinston and again at Bentonville. Ultimately consolidated with the 24th and 28th regiments, about 100 of the original 1,000 members of the regiment were surrendered at High Point, North Carolina, 26 April 1865.

Field officers: Col. Julius C. B. Mitchell (Montgomery, detached).

Lt. Cols. James W. Echols (Macon, resigned); John C. Carter (Montgomery, wounded at Murfreesboro).

Majors Henry R. McCoy (Tallapoosa, resigned); John N. Slaughter (Coosa, wounded at Atlanta).

Historical Resources:

http://www.tarleton.edu/~kjones/alinf.html#34th-Inf

Company F Muster Roll


Thirty-Fourth Alabama

Infantry Regiment

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.

 

http://www.archives.state.al.us/agis.html


Sources: Ken Jones - http://www.tarleton.edu/~kjones/alinf.html#34th-Inf , Alabama State Archives - http://www.archives.state.al.us/agis.html , Gale Fuller, UT-Chattanooga website, other websites as noted above, Paula G

  • Cadenhead, I. B., "Some Confederate letters of I. B. Cadenhead, Co. H, 34th Alabama infantry regiment," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, vol. XVIII (1956), pp. 564-71
  • Maxwell, James Robert. Autobiography of James Robert Maxwell of Tuscaloosa, Alabam[a] (New York, 1926)


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