Confederate list a resource

Published 11:39 am Wednesday, May 4, 2011

I am continuing with the list of Confederate veterans, along with other information from other sources. This will continue for several weeks.

Ball, William; Roberts, AL; born April 15, 1841 in S.C.; Private – entered service in June 1861 at Evergreen in Co. D., 16th Alabama Regt; discharged at the end of war. He was at home on furlough about a month before war ended. William Ball; 15 April 1841-22 Nov 1909; along with Sally D. Ball 25 Jan 1846-21 Feb 1924; both buried at Zion Hill Baptist Church, Highway 31 North near the county line.

Barrow, Charles; Castleberry; born near Brewton, Conecuh County December 1, 1837; Private – entered service in May 1862 at Pensacola, FL in Co. D., 15th Alabama Cavalry, discharged at Mobile at the end of war. (Note that this was the area that later became Escambia County.) Charles Barrow (1 Dec 1836-18 Sept 1916) and Martha Patricia White Barrow (20 June 1839-10 Feb 1924) are buried at Zion Hill Cemetery near Conecuh County line. His name was Charles Buchannon Barrow.

Bell, Whitmell Henry; Range, AL; born October 5, 1844 at Newton, AL in Dale County; Private – entered service in Fall of 1862 at Montgomery in Capt. Lawrence’s Co. for a while. Reenlisted later than 1862 at Fort Mitchell, VA in Co. E., 15th Alabama Infantry; was home when the war ended.

Bell, William Harrison; Wallace, AL; born near Monroeville, Monroe County; Private – entered service March 8, 1862; discharged May 3, 1865. No other information except; the 1860 census shows a William H. Bell, age 17, living in the household of Bazwell Bell and wife, Ellen.

Black, Thomas Edward; Brewton, AL; Private – entered service September 1864 at Greenville in Co. E, 22nd Alabama Infantry; discharged at Montgomery, while on furlough. He served in Government shoe shop at Greenville from Sept 1862 until Sept 1864; served 31 days actual service and then detailed to shoe shop and continued until the end of the war.

Black, Abraham; Brewton, AL; born March 29 1831 at Brundidge, AL in Barbour County; Private – entered service in 1862 at Pollard in Co. D., 15th Confederate Cavalry; discharged at end of war; was home on furlough when his company was captured at Pine Barren, FL.He, along with Clara C. Black 25 May 1834-13 Mar 1907; both are buried in Black Cemetery, dirt road Highway 55, nine miles from Brewton (Douglasville).