Genealogy research helped with lists, records
Published 10:47 am Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Over the past several weeks I have been sharing records from the Confederate census. The information has been beneficial for some readers and I hope that others will find it helpful, or at least interesting.
I’m continuing with the list this week in hopes that the information will help those who are doing geneaology research. It’s always good to have access to more than one list of names, birth and death dates as well as family connections.
Picking up where we left off, the list continues here.
O’Guynn, Coleman; Flomaton, AL; born 1 Mar 1845 at Mt. Pleasant, Baldwin County, AL; Private – entered service in Jan 1862 at Perdido Station until company surrendered at Atlanta 5 May 1865; Was paroled at Atlanta. Coleman Colin O’Guynn (1 Mar 1845-7 Sept 1918) and Siddie S. O’Guynn (15 July 1852-13 Feb 1923) are buried in Flomaton Cemetery.
Owens, Jared Dennard; Pollard, AL; born 25 July 1848 in Barbour County, AL; Private – entered service 1864 at Greenville, AL in Capt S.J. Bollings Home Guard until Spring 1864; Re enlisted into same company as State Militia; Re enlisted as private 1 Apr 1865 in Butler County, AL in regular army but never served owing to the enemy being all over the state and could not reach command; Was not sworn into regular service; served as Home Guard from July 1864 to July 1864; in State Militia from July 1864 to Apr 1865.
Owens, James M.; Wallace, AL; born 1 July 1846 nine miles form Americus, Sumpter County, GA; Private – entered service March 1864 at Newton, Dale County, AL in Co I, 57th Regt until discharged at end of war.
Owens, William Harrison; Boykin, AL; born 15 Dec 1844 in Butler County, AL; Private – entered service Spring 1862 at Mobile, AL in 54th AL Cavalry for 8 months; Was transferred to Co F, 21st AL Infantry and remained with Co F until May 1865; discharged at Jackson, MS.
William Harrison Owens (15 Dec 1844-26 Nov 1922) and Georgia Ann Owens (1855-1920) are buried at Douglas Chapel Methodist Church Cemetery on Highway 29 at Damascus, AL. His stone says Co B, 21st Regt AL Infantry.
Parker, William McKinnie ?; Roberts, AL; born 2 Nov 1833 fifteen miles east of Brewton, Conecuh (now Escambia) County; Private – entered service 14 Sept 1861 at Milton, FL in Co E, 15th Confederate. Captured near Pine Barren, FL; Paroled by the yankees at Vicksburg, MS. William M. Parker (2 Nov 1833-7 Oct 1913) and Maria M. Ship Parker (25 FEb 1841-9 July 1902) are buried at Elim Cemetery. He was the son of John Parker, Jr. and Winnie Hunt. He, age 26, is in the 1860 census. He is living with his wife, Mariah (18) and their daughter, Martha, (1).
I’m always interested in helping out if possible when others are doing research of their family.
If there is a family name that I could help with, just drop me a line or give me a call and I can see what I can dig up on the name or family.
I can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 867-4876. You can always drop by at the office at 407 St. Nicholas Ave. I’m always glad to help.
Until next time, happy hunting.