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Bibb Soldiers from Misc. Companies

Bibb County Civil War Ancestors who served in Companies other than Bibb Companies:

If you have ancestors who served in companies other than those mustered in Bibb County, please let me know. I will be happy to add their names on this page.

Belcher, William Henry
Randolph County Militia
Submitted by the late Herman Belcher

Benton, James Monroe
Co. B, 2nd AL Cav.
organized 1862 at Montevallo
Mary Judy

Benton, Franklin "Doc"
Co. C, 10th AL Inf. "Cahaba Valley Boys"
organized June 4, 1861 at Montevallo
Mary Judy

Bush, Hiram
Co. H 24th Ala
killed in KY Jun 9, 1864, buried: Cove Hill, KY

Hyde, William Pvt.
Company 24 Al Inf.
Mary Judy

Hubbard, Andrew Jackson
8th Regt Ala Inf., Co. A

Kyzer, Paul Harris
Co. B, 44th Inf., AL Reg. under Captain Boyd

Kersh, William Leonard
Co K, 28th AL Vol. Inf.
Jackie Kersh

Kersh, Andrew J.
Co D, 6th AL Cav. and Co A, Livingston's 8th AL Cav.
Jackie Kersh

Kersh, David Joshua
51 AL Partisan Rangers
Jackie Kersh

Kersh, Jacob D.
6 AL Cav.
Jackie Kersh

Kersh, Wilson F.
44 AL Inf.
Jackie Kersh

Logan, Samuel Hunt
Co H., 63rd AL Infantry, was also prisoner at Ship Island. Moved with wife Mary Clark Collier Logan and five children to Coahoma, Texas. His three sons all worked for the railroad. Webb (Daniel Webster) for the Santa Fe; and (Dwight) Moody Logan (my grandfather) and (Benjamin) Frank (The fiddling mayor of Coahoma) Logan worked for the Texas Pacific. Don Logan

Logan, W. H.
Co., E, 53rd AL, Partisan Rangers
William Howard Logan later married Eugenia Wallace, became an attorney; and later became mayor of West Blocton.
Don Logan

Parks, Wesley
28th Al Inf., Co K
Captured: Nov 23, 1863 Missionary Ridge, Imprisoned: Rock Island
Barracks, IL Paroled in Selma, AL: 1865
Larry Parks

Reach, Andrew Jackson, Pvt.
Enlisted 20 Sep 1863
at Chickamauga, TN. Co. F 30th AL.
b. 6 Oct. 1840 Bibb County, AL., Surrendered 9 Apr 1865
[Correcting information supplied by Larry Thompson: Pvt. Andrew Jackson Reach enlisted Dec 1861 and was wounded on 20 Sep 1863 at Chickamauga, TN. He was paroled on 6 Jun 1865 by Brev. Brig. General M. H. Chrysler, Talladega, AL. He is my mother's grandfather.]

Thomas, H. P.
Jefferson Davis Artillery

Tillery, George W.
Co. D, 36 Ala Inf, CSA

Ward, William C.
62nd AL Inf.
Wounded at Spanish Fort; captured at Blakeley






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