Destitute Families of the
33rd Alabama Volunteers

contributed by Homer Jones

The following taken from a list of destitute families of Soldiers in the service of the Confederate States (Act of 6 Jan, 1862) I have listed only those of the 33d Ala Inf who served from Butler Couny.

James M. Blair, Co C; w, 4 children
Gideon Bland, Co H: w, 6 children
E.G. (J.G.) Brooks, Co H; w, 8 children
John Buckaoo, Co H; w, child
James T. Butler; w, 7 children
James S. Cheatham, Co C; w only
Zach Day, Co C; w, child
A.R. Dukes, Co H; w, child
Alfred Faulk, Co D; w, 4 children
Gardner, J.J., Co D; w, 2 family members
J.H. Gilbert, Co C; w, 3 children
P.D. Gilbert, Co C; w, child
R.W. Gill, Co C; w, 2 children
William P. Graham, Co C; w, 2 children
John H. Green, Co H; w, child
B.H. Hampton, Co D; w, 3 children
J.M. Harp, Co C; w, child
James N. Holiday, Co C; w only
Jesse King, Co H; w only
Enoch Lovett, Co D; w, child
Thomas Martin, Co C; w, 3 children
C.B. Mason, Co H; w, child
G.A. Matthews, Co D; w, 2 children
W.L. McCann, Co C; w only
Henry McMillan, Co ; w, 2 children
William C. Mickler, Co A; w, child
Josiah Mullign, Co H; w, 3 children
Jasper O'Farrel, Co D; w, infant
Amasa G. Palmore, Co D; w only
Sammie Phelps, Co D; w, 2 children
John W. Philyaw, Co H; w, child
R.C. Powell, Co C; w, 3 children
George Price, Co C; w only
Benjamin Rhodes, Co H; w, 4 children
Mansel Rhodes, Co H; w, 2 children
Robert Rhodes, Co H; w, 2 children
N.F. Roberson, Co H; w, 3 children
William Rogers, Co D; w, 4 children
D.J. Smith, Co H; w, 3 children
Wiley Smith, Co D; w, 3 children
W.J.E. Smith, Co C; w, child
W.M. Smith, Co D; w, 3 children
R.M. Smyth, Co H; w, young child
James Sowell, Co h; w, child
Staggers, Wm J.H., Co H; w, 3 children
W.H. Teat, Co H; mother, 3 children
W.R. Thomas, Co H; w, 2 children
John Vickery, Co D; w, 3 children
J.P. Watts, Co C; w, 5 children
Eli B. Williams, Co C; w, 6 children
John W. Williams, Co C; w only
Joseph Williams, Co C; w only

Artificial Limbs: the following of the 33d were issued artificial legs or paid in kind, 1867-1879; Butler County only:

Charles J. Armstrong, Sgt, Co C
Zacheus H. Day, Pvt, Co C
J.A. Hicks, Co E
William Rogers, Pvt, Co D

 

More Links Reference This Event

The Killed On The Railroad - Nov. 7, 1862

Monument,Unveiled, Dedicated - Nov 4, 1989

PVT. Marvin Wheeler's Story of the Wreck

History of the 33rd Ala Inf, CSA

33rd Ala Vol Soldiers From Butler County

Destitute Families of the 33rd Ala Vol

33rd Ala Vol Soldiers Buried in Oakland Cemetery

Soldiers of Co. A 1st Bn, Ala Artillery

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