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Levi D. Kyzer

Submitted by Kim Morris

Levi D. Kyzer is listed in the 44th infantry of Bibb county military.

Levi D Kyzer born abt 1826 died August 16, 8164. He was a brother of Paul H. Kyzer that was Killed also in Civil War. They are the sons of David and Redema Weaver Kyzer. Levi D. Kyzer married Nancy Pritchard March 4, 1860 in Bibb County, Alabama. Had 2 children Levi N. Kyzer born abt. 1862 and Nancy Kyzer born abt. 1864.

He fought in the Civil War, Private, in Company B, 44th Infantry Alabama Regiment, was killed in action at the field infirmary in Fussels Mills under Captain Boyd at the age of 32. According to the Civil war Card that He was a deserter from time to time, but he was conspicuous for his bravery.

Alabama Department of Archives, Military records
Last Name: Kyzer
First Name: Levi MI: D
Death Info: Died At Field Infirmary
Branch: Infantry
Regimental Unit: 44th Alabama Regiment
Company Unit: B
Authority: Final Statement by Joab Goodson, Captain, Richmond, Virginia 1864/09/05
Enlistment Date: 1863/02/23
Enlistment Info: Alabama, Bibb County, Centreville, Private
Remarks: Died at Field Infirmary August 16, 1864. Last paid to include April 30, 1864, and is entitled to pay there from to August 16, 1864, at which time he died. He is entitled to commutation for clothing from October 8, 1863 to August 16, 1864
Remarks con't:  less stoppages for clothing drawn to the amount of $20.00.

Last Name: Kyzer
First Name: Levi MI: D
Marital Status: Married
Death Info: Fussells Mill, Killed
Branch: Infantry
Regimental Unit: 44th Alabama Regiment
Company Unit: B
Authority: Historical record roll, dated near Richmond, Virginia 1865/01/01
Occupation: Farmer
Enlistment Date: 1863/02/23
Enlistment Info: Alabama, Bibb County, Centerville, Private
Engagements: Captured at: Suffolk 1863/04/19;Present at: Gettysburg
1863/07/02; Absent Sick: through Campbell's Station
1863/11/16; Deserted: through Wilderness
1864/05/06; Absent Sick: through Mechanicsville
1864/06/01; Engage.
con't: Present at: Cold Harbor
1864/06/03 through New Market Heights;
Killed: Fussells Mill 1864/08/16
Remarks: Age 32; although a deserter for a time, he was conspicuous for his bravery.
Residence: Mars, Alabama Killed August 16, 1864.

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