FOURTH GENERATION


10. Leonard Travis Cranford was born on 2 Feb 1840 in Perry County AL.(2) (3) He served in the military between 1861 and 1865 in Co B, 12th Alabama Infantry (CSA) - Wounded twice. (6)(2) (3) He died on 14 Mar 1923 in Wolf Bayou, AR. (7)(2) (3) He was a in Farmer.(2) (3) He has reference number 54. [cranfrd.GED]

Married in Alabama, Moved to Arkansas after 1870.

Leonard Travis Cranford
Civil War Service Record
12th Regiment of Alabama Infantry

L. T. (Trav) Cranford actually had two enlistment's in the 12th Alabama. The first started in March 12, 1862. He enlisted at Coosa County, Alabama to serve 3 years and was paid a bounty of $50.00. It indicates he was born in Perry County, Alabama, in October of 1862 he was 22 years old, 5 feet 11 inches tall and his occupation was a farmer.

· Yorktown Siege - April - May 1862
He entered the Chimborazo Hospital No 3, Richmond, VA on April 17, 1862 and was transferred to the C.S.A. General Hospital, Farmville, VA on May 22, 1862.
· Williamsburg - May 5, 1862
· Seven Pines - May 31-June 1, 1862
· Gaines' Mill - June 21, 1862
· Malvern Hill - July 1, 1862
· South Mountain - September 14, 1862
· Antietam - September 14, 1862
He was discharged with a Certificate of Disability for Discharge on October 3, 1862. Discharge recorded viewed below. His condition was pulmonary hemorrhage following measles.
· Fredericksburg - December 13, 1862
He enlisted again on February 15, 1863 at Adams Store, Alabama for the period of the War.
· Chancellorsville - May 1-4, 1863
· NOTE: During the march to Gettysburg, Gen Rodes Brigade, including the 12th Alabama, lead the vanguard. They pushed as far north as Carlisle Barracks. The northernmost point reached by the Confederate Army. They then turned back to join Gen Lee at Gettysburg.
· Gettysburg - July 1-3, 1863
· The Wilderness - May 5-6, 1864
· Spotsylvania Court House - May 8-21, 1864
· North Anna - May 23-26, 1864
· Cold Harbor - June 1-3, 1864
· Lynchburg Campaign - June 1864
· Monocacy - July 9, 1864
· Winchester - September 19, 1864 - wounded, left thigh
· Fisher's Hill - September 22, 1864
· Cedar Creek - October 19, 1864
· Petersburg Siege - December 1864 - April 1865
Wounded on April 2, 1865 at the Battle of Petersburg, VA. Admitted to the General Hospital, Howard's Grove, Richmond, VA. There he was captured after the surrender at Appomatox and transferred via US Steamer Mary Powell to the Point Lookout, MD hospital. He is listed there on the Roll of Prisoner of War, May 12, 1865.
· Appomotax Court House - April 9, 1865
On July 19, 1865 he took the Oath of Allegiance and was transferred to Jackson Hospital, Richmond, VA on July 21, 1865. He was discharged in September 1865.

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Married in Alabama, Moved to Arkansas after 1870.

Leonard Travis Cranford
Civil War Service Record
12th Regiment of Alabama Infantry

L. T. (Trav) Cranford actually had two enlistment's in the 12th Alabama. The first started in March 12, 1862. He enlisted at Coosa County, Alabama to serve 3 years and was paid a bounty of $50.00. It indicates he was born in Perry County, Alabama, in October of 1862 he was 22 years old, 5 feet 11 inches tall and his occupation was a farmer.

· Yorktown Siege - April - May 1862
He entered the Chimborazo Hospital No 3, Richmond, VA on April 17, 1862 and was transferred to the C.S.A. General Hospital, Farmville, VA on May 22, 1862.
· Williamsburg - May 5, 1862
· Seven Pines - May 31-June 1, 1862
· Gaines' Mill - June 21, 1862
· Malvern Hill - July 1, 1862
· South Mountain - September 14, 1862
· Antietam - September 14, 1862
He was discharged with a Certificate of Disability for Discharge on October 3, 1862. Discharge recorded viewed below. His condition was pulmonary hemorrhage following measles.
· Fredericksburg - December 13, 1862
He enlisted again on February 15, 1863 at Adams Store, Alabama for the period of the War.
· Chancellorsville - May 1-4, 1863
· NOTE: During the march to Gettysburg, Gen Rodes Brigade, including the 12th Alabama, lead the vanguard. They pushed as far north as Carlisle Barracks. The northernmost point reached by the Confederate Army. They then turned back to join Gen Lee at Gettysburg.
· Gettysburg - July 1-3, 1863
· The Wilderness - May 5-6, 1864
· Spotsylvania Court House - May 8-21, 1864
· North Anna - May 23-26, 1864
· Cold Harbor - June 1-3, 1864
· Lynchburg Campaign - June 1864
· Monocacy - July 9, 1864
· Winchester - September 19, 1864 - wounded, left thigh
· Fisher's Hill - September 22, 1864
· Cedar Creek - October 19, 1864
· Petersburg Siege - December 1864 - April 1865
Wounded on April 2, 1865 at the Battle of Petersburg, VA. Admitted to the General Hospital, Howard's Grove, Richmond, VA. There he was captured after the surrender at Appomatox and transferred via US Steamer Mary Powell to the Point Lookout, MD hospital. He is listed there on the Roll of Prisoner of War, May 12, 1865.
· Appomotax Court House - April 9, 1865
On July 19, 1865 he took the Oath of Allegiance and was transferred to Jackson Hospital, Richmond, VA on July 21, 1865. He was discharged in September 1865.
He was married to Josephine Phillips on 16 Dec 1869 in AL. (8)(2)

11. Josephine Phillips was born on 17 Nov 1853 in AL.(2) (3) She died on 24 Oct 1946 in Heber Springs, AR. (2)(3) She has reference number 55. Children were:

child i. Thomas Layafette Cranford was born on 16 Aug 1872.(2) (3) He died on 20 Feb 1959. (2)(3) He has reference number 56.
child ii. Ella Virginia Cranford was born on 8 Oct 1874. (2)(3) She died on 25 Jul 1959. (2)(3) She has reference number 58.
child iii. Mary Susan Mollie Cranford was born on 8 May 1877. (2)(3) She died Deceased. (2)(3) She has reference number 59.
child iv. Dora Belle Cranford was born on 22 Jul 1879 in Wolf Bayou, AR. (2)(3) She died on 16 Jul 1948 in Houston Tx.(2) (3) She has reference number 60.
child5 v. Maud Ulan Cranford.
child vi. Leonard Leroy Cranford was born on 10 Aug 1884 in Wolf Bayou, AR. (2)(3) He died Deceased in Wolf Bayou, AR.(2) (3) He has reference number 61.
child vii. James Oscar Cranford was born on 12 Jan 1887. (2)(3) He died on 10 Apr 1956. (2)(3) He has reference number 62.
child viii. Ada Fountain Cranford was born on 10 Apr 1891. (2)(3) She died Deceased. (2)(3) She has reference number 63.
child ix. Murrel Emogene Cranford was born on 16 Jan 1894. (2)(3) She died on 11 Feb 1972. (2)(3) She has reference number 64.

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