Muster Roll of Company A
First Alabama Infantry Regiment
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Company "A", 1st AL Infantry - Tallapoosa Rifles
|> CLARK, John W., Capt.
(transferred to Eufaula Light Artillery)
> MEADOWS, James D., Capt. -
James Daniel Meadows of Upson County, GA was the son of Milus
Rohley Meadows and Susan Parker. James was sheriff of Tallapoosa County
for a time and died 14-Jan-1900. Buried in the Johnston Cemetery at
Walnut Hill, Tallapoosa County, Al. http://www.fortunecity.com/oasis/cozumel/310/id40_mary.htm
> BUTT[S], Joseph N. [H.?, W.?], 1st Lt.(promoted, Capt.)
> HARMON [HARRISON?], Asa W., 1st Lt.
> JOHNSON, Alfred, 1st Lt. (Co. "F", not reelected)
> McNAB[B], James G., 1st Lt. (resigned, 61)
> BRANNON, William J., 2nd Lt. (also in Co. "C","K")
> COWAN, James G., Lt.
> FLOURNOY, Robert B., 2nd Lt. (appointed to Kolb's Battery)
> HEARD, Elias W., 2nd Lt. (Co. "F", not reelected)
|> LOCKETT, Orren W., 2nd Lt.
(resigned, 7 August61) - Orren Woodward
Lockett born 20-Dec-1829 in Monroe County, GA, married
Sarah Frances Brewer, b. 1837. Orrin was in the1st AL Infantry, Companies
A & F. http://users2.ev1.net/~w8368/civilwar.htm.
Orren and Sarah ran a grocery in Dadeville, AL and raised their family of
five children. Orren died in 1913.
> LYNCH, James H., 2nd Lt. (Co. "F", not reelected)
> MACON, Junius M., 2nd Lt. (Co. "F", not reelected)
> RYAN, Patrick J., 2nd Lt. (mustered out, 16January 62)
> SANFORD, John H., 2nd Lt.
> STEPHENS [STEVENS?], Henry H., 2nd Lt.
> VAUGHAN, John A., Bvt. 2nd Lt.
> LOCKETT, Orren W., 3rd Lt.
|> BOON, Martin B., 1st Sgt.
(also in Co. "F")
> THORNTON, Nathaniel H., 1st Sgt.
> LYNCH, James H., 1st Sgt.
> WATKINS, F. B., 1st Sgt.
> BUTT, William A., 2nd Sgt.
> BROWN, James M., 3rd Sgt.
> LILLIE, George W., 4th Sgt.
> STEVENS, Aaron, 5th Sgt.
> BERRY, Thomas D., Sgt.
> BULL, William A., Sgt.
|> DEVANE, James W., Sgt.
HAMMOND, William, Sgt.
> LINDSEY, David G., Sgt.
> LOWRY, James H., Sgt.
> HOSKINS, Thomas C., QM Sgt.
> NEWSOM, James, Sgt.
> PHILLIPS, Jesse W., Sgt.
> SANFORD, James A., Sgt.
> WAGNER, Benjamin F., Sgt.
|> LESTER, Daniel T., 1st Cpl.
GARTMAN, James, 2nd Cpl.
> DuBOSE, Augustus J., 3rd Cpl.
> ENGRAM, Colquitt C., 4th Cpl.
> BALLARD, William L., Cpl.
> BUSH, Johnson D., Cpl.
> CORBETT, Furman M., Cpl. (also in Co. "F")
> GRESHAM, A. B., Cpl.
> GUSTMAN, James, Cpl.
> GRAY, Samuel J., Cpl. (also
in Co. "F") or possibly Co. G, 34th AL - http://www.fortunecity.com/oasis/cozumel/310/id67_34th_alabama.htm
Samuel J. "Tiger" Gray was born 9-Feb-1842 in
Tallapoosa Co., AL., died 27-Nov-1927 in Van Alstyne, TX, married
Eveline Cordelia "Pink" Lyon 04-July-1864 in Tallapoosa Co. Eveline,
born 3-Aug-1843 in GA, she died 19-Jun-1916 in Van Alstyne,
|> HAMMOND, William H., Cpl., Sgt. (enlisted, 20March 61, Montgomery, aged 25; captured, Island No.
10, 10 April 62, and sent to Camp Butler, IL; escaped; KIA, Port Hudson,
27 May 63)
> HARVEY, Michael E.,
> HOGAN, James J., Cpl.
> LEE, H. C., Cpl.
> LESTER, Daniel T., Cpl.
> LEWIS, Marton J., Cpl.
> MEEKS, Britton M., Cpl.
> SMITH, W. H., Cpl.
> STEVENS, Aaron, Cpl.
|> ADAIR, John
> ALLEN, Hansford D.
> ALLEN, J. B.
> ALLEN, Jackson M.
> ALLMAN, A. J.
> ANDERSON, Thomas H.
> ANDRESS, S. J.
> BAKER, James J. S.
> BALLARD, W.
> BALLARD, William L., jr.
> BANCROFT, Thomas J. (also in Co. "D")
> BAREFIELD, John
> BARNES, Moses T.
> BARNETT, John P.
> BARNETT, Thomas
> BARNETT, William C. (also in Co. "F")
> BARRETT, B. E.
> BASFORD, William
> BENNETT, Alfred
> BENTLEY, Noah T.
> BLACK, John
> BLACK, William T.
> BLACKBURN, A. A.
> BOART, J.
> BOATWRIGHT, George W.
> BODIFORD, James L.
> BOON, Henry T. son of Wiley and Amy Sanders Pless Boon, brother of
Richard C. and W.B.--per Paula Girouard <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> BOON, Richard C. (also in Co. "F") son of Wiley and Amy Sanders Pless Boon, brother of
Henry T. and W.B.--per Paula Girouard
> BOON, W. B. son of Wiley and Amy Sanders
Pless Boon, brother of Richard C. and Henry T.--per Paula Girouard
> BOULTON, William A. (also in Co. "D")
> BOWDEN [BOWDER?] , George C., Musician (also in Co. "B")
> BOWLIN, H.
> BOYD, W. A.
> BRANNON, Thomas J.
> BREWER, Jesse - Jesse Norman Brewer who married Mary Emma Scroggins d/o G.T.
> BROWN, J. B.
> BROWNING, J. H.
> BRUMMET, Thomas E.
> BUCKLAND, Edward
> BURK, Charles H.
> BURNETT, Jeremiah M. - brother
of Thomas Jefferson Burnett and BentleyMacFarland Burnett. Per gggranddaughter, Ina Burnett Morris, she has the pension info
indicating they, too, were in Company A.
> BURNETT, John
> BURNETT, Milton M. (also in Co. "H")
> BURNETT, William F.
> BURNS, Salmon W.
> BURRILL, William
> BUSH, Johnston D., Band Musician
> CAMPBELL, Robert P.
> CANNION, George W.
> CARLISLE, T. J.
> CARTER, Clayton T.
> CASON, John G.
> CHAPPELL, Melville A.
> CHEESBROUGH, Joel
> CHERRY, Robert
> CLARK, Samuel L.
> CLARKE, Sande (also in Co. "G")
> CLUFF, J. J.
> COLEMAN, A.
> COLEMAN, John T.
> COLLINS, Thomas
> COLLUM, Litterberry T.
> COLLUM, S. B.
> COLWELL, Perry
> CONINE, James B.
> COOPER, James D.
> CORBETT, James
> COTTER, Clayton T. (also in Co. "F")
> COX, William G. W., Musician (also in Co. "F")
> CREYON [CREYAN?], James J.
> CROUCH, William
> CROWELL, David L. (also in Co. "C")
> CROWELL, Dydamus F.
> CROWELL, W. G.
> CRYAN, Dominick
> DABBS, Samuel
> DANIEL, James B.
> DAVIS, James
> DAVIS, James B. (also in Co. "F")
> DAVIS, Samuel H.
> DAVIS, Thomas A.
> De PRIEST, Henry A. (also in Co. "D")
> DILLARD, William W. (also in Co. "F")
> DONOHUE, B. F.
> DRIGGERS, John
> DUCK, William
WILLIAM MALICIAH DUCK, b. 27Sep1832,
Edgefield District, SC; d. 05Jan1923; m. (1) SARAH CARTHLAGE, 1855, Tallapoosa Co., AL; m.
(2) MARY JANE FULLER, 29Sep1869, Tallapoosa Co., AL. (See Duck
Fuller - Brothers, Manning L Duck and R.A.W. Duck were in
the 34th AL Co.
> DUNCAN, Allen
> DUNCAN, John B.
> DURKIN, Michael
> DYER, Samuel G.
> ELLIS, Jessie J.
> ESMOND, John H. (also in Co. "D")
> FALKNER, G. W.
> FARRELL, James
> FAULK, Jerry
> FLORRENCE, Adam H.
> FLORRENCE, Thomas J. (also in 3rd Co. "G")
> FLOURNOY, Osborn R.
> FOLSON, James M. [James N.?]
> FORSHEE, Noah
> FOUCH, William H. (also in Co. "F")
> FREEMAN [FRUMAN?], George W.
> GALLAGHER, Patrick
> GARITT, J. J.
> GASTON, William A., Musician
> GIBBONS, Steven W.
> GIBSON, Columbus
> GILLAM, William J. (also in Co. "F")
> GILLISPIE, William H.
> GLASS, John
> GLASS, William
> GOLDEN, Newman
> GOOLSBY, James T.
> GOSS, Benjamin A.
> GRAY, William N.
> GREATHOUSE, Seaborn - enlisted
19Mar1862, captured Island #Ten, paroled, sent to Port Hudson, LA May1863. Captured,
paroled again. 11Aug1863 Died 21Aug1863, buried Greathouse family cemetery. --Earl Greathouse
> GRENTHOUSE, ??
> GRESHAM, J. B.
> GRIFFITH, Moses
> HAFFRON, Richard
> HAMELIN, A.
> HART, Charles B.
> HARTLETT, Isaac F.
> HARTUNG [HARTOSING?], John
> HAYES, Willis
> HAYMAKER, James
> HAYS, Howell
> HENDERSON, Charles
> HENDERSON, Hansel, jr.
> HENDERSON, Hansel, sr.
> HERRENTON, John
> HERRIN, Woodson
> HERRINGTON, John
> HIGHT, Wiley J.
> HILL, James M.
> HILL, John W.
> HILL, Joshua
> HODGES, R.
> HOGAN, Thomas M.
> HOLLAND, J.
> HOLLIDAY, M. J.
> HORNIKER, William H.
> HOTCHKISS, R. I.
> HOWELL, T. E. L.
> HUBNER, Henry
> HUGHES, William
> HUNT, Lewis
> HUNTER, Robert W.
> HUTHNANCE, Thomas, Bandsman
> JACKSON, Seaborn
> JAMES, Joseph
> JENNINGS, Joseph
> JERNIGAN, John R.
> JOHNSON, Richard
> JOHNSTON, John Y.
> JOHNSTON, William T.
> JONES, A. R.
> JONES, Edgar R.
> JONES, Levi
> JONES, Peyton W.
> JONES, W. H.
|> KEEL, H. E.
> KEY, W.
> KNIGHT, R. J. (also in Co. "D") -Believed to be the son of Calvary
F. and Mary Connell Knight. Paula Girouard
> KNIGHT, Woodson -Son of Henry D. and Nancy Knight. discharged 21 Dec 1863 because he was a minor. He
enlisted Feb 10, 1862 at Barrancus by Maj. Harel for a period of three
> KNOBLE[S], John, Musician
> KYLE, A. N.
> LEE, W. H. H.
> LEWIS, Jackson H.
> LEWIS, Martin J., Musician
> LIEKER, J.
> LIPHAM, William
> LOCKE, Andrew J.
> LOCKETT, D. R. - http://users2.ev1.net/~w8368/civilwar.htm
> LOCKETT, H. R. - http://users2.ev1.net/~w8368/civilwar.htm - Hugh R. Lockett was born 22-Apr-1839 in GA, married
Isabel Veazey 06-Oct-1864. Hugh was a minister and served
as a cook in Co.A. He returned to Tallapoosa County, moved to Grayson
County, Texas in December 1876. He died 16-Feb-1917 and Isabel died
on 25-Feb-1913. They are buried in the Tioga Cemetery in Grayson County,
TX. Found in Grayson County, TX on 1880 census.
> LOCKETT, Winfield J. - http://users2.ev1.net/~w8368/civilwar.htm - Winfield J. Lockett was born about 1841. He died at Port
> LOOCH, Jesse D.
> LORANE, Albert
> LOVELESS, A. Y.
> LOVELESS, John H. (also in Co. "F")
> LUNSFORD, Franklin B.
> LUNSFORD, Joseph H.
> LUNSFORD, Steven
> LYNCH, W. H.
> McCLUER, Elihu
> McCLURE, Elias
> McDANIEL, Kirkpatrick, Musician
> McDONALD, C. M.
> McDONALD, John M.
> McDOUGALD, Donald
> McGUIRE, James M.
> McINTYRE, James
> McKENZIE, William Julian
> MADDOCK, James R.
> MANN, D. J.
> MASTIN, Thomas
> MATHIS, Joel
> MAY, Andrew J.
> MAYNE, James R.
> MAYO, Elisha
> MEADOWS, Gilbert
> MILLER, F. M.
> MITCHEL, D.
> MOSS, W. H.
> MULLER, James
> NAFF, W. H.
> NOLEN, Edmund B.
> NORRIS, John J.
> NORRIS, John N. (also in Co. "C")
> O'BRIEN, George
> O'HARA, Augustus A.
> OMELIA, Thomas
> OWENS, C. W.
> PACE, George
> PACE, William H.
> PALMER, George W.
> PARKER, Daniel M.
> PARRISH, James
> PATTERSON, John
> PEARSON, William
> PERDUE, Henry B.
> PHILLIPS, C. D.
> PLESS, Henry M. (also in Co. "F")
> POSTON, James R.
> PROCTOR, Thomas
> PUGH, Whitson
> PULLEN, W. J.
> RAY, Aaron
> RAY, Bose
> RAY, Daniel
> RAY, Elijah (also in Co. "K")
> RAY, Irvin L.
> RAY, J. M.
> RAY, James
> RAY, John D.
> RAY, Silas R.
> RAY, William
> RICHARDS, Thomas E.
> RIGSBY, John C.
> RIGSBY, Lewis H.
> ROBINSON, Sylvaneous G.
> RODERICK, John
> RODGERS, George W.
> ROQUIMORE [ROQUEMORE?], John T.
> ROUSSEAU, William T., Musician
> ROWE, Prince A.
> RUSH, Benjamin F. (also in Co. "C")
> RUSH, R. G.
> RYAL[L]S, James M.
> RYAN, Patrick J.
> SANDERS, J. N.
> SANDERS, Perry
> SANDERS, Wiley
> SANFORD, M. A.
> SCOTT, R. H.
> SCROGGINS, George T. - Captured at Port Hudson, La. July 9, 1863. Exchanged. Captured at Nashville, Tn Dec. 15,
1864 and held prisoner till the end of the war. Enlisted in the 5th U.S. Volunteer Infantry
(frontier service) at Camp Douglas, Illinois, April 18, 1865. Service record National Archive Microfilm Box
M374 Roll 39 See 1907 Alabama Confederate
Pensioner's Census, Tallapoosa County.
> SCROGGINS, James J. (brother of George, WM)
Captured at Island Ten,
April 8, 1862. Exchanged. Captured at Port Hudson, La. July 9, 1863
Exchanged. No further record.
> SCROGGINS, W. M. ( Washington
Marlin, brother of JJ and GT Scroggins? more about) Captured circa 1864. No further record.
(service records per Greg Wilson
> SELF, Allen
> SHANK, John
> SHANKS, John H. (also in Co. "F")
> SHOCKLEY, James L.
> SIMMS, Aquilla
> SIMMS, Charles
> SIMMS, James
> SIMMS, R. D.
> SMITH, Henry
> SMITH, J. P.
> SMITH, Lewis
> SMITH, Turner
> SOUTHWICK, Davis L.
> SPAULDING, A. J.
> SPEIGAL, C. K.
> STARNES, Amos D. (also in Co. "G")
> STARRETT, Clark
> STEVENS, Henry R.
> STEWART, W.
> STOW [STORRS?], Edward
> SULLIVAN, Owen
> SUMNER, Henry
> TAYLOR, John D. K.
> TAYLOR, Westley
> TEEL, Levi
> TEEL, Robert
> THOMAS, George
>THOMASSON, J.C. ?? - Confederate
Grave Regist.--John C.Thomasson Born--2/4/1832 Died---5/31/1917 War
Record---Co.A,1st Al. Regt. Inf. Branch--Army C.S.A. Rank--Pvt.
Enlisted--3/9/1863 Discharged---4/26/1865 Buried---Fairfield Cem.,Union
Co.Ms. The Al.Dept.of Archives and History,sent me a census record showing
him living in Chalhoun Co.,Al. in 1860.---Mike Lindsey -
> THOMPSON, J.
> THOMPSON, J. Z.
> THORNTON, A. R.
> THORNTON, Reuben J.
> TOLBERT, Mathew
> TOULER, William W.
> TOY, George
> TUCK, R. B.
> TURNER, Allen
> TURNER, Thomas E.
> VICKERS, James M.
> VINES, Thomas
> VINES, W. H.
> WAITZE [WAITS?], Augustus
> WALLAR [WALLER?], Henry E.
> WALLER, J. W.
> WARD, Neil [Neal?]
> WARD, Sampson W.
> WATERS, Calvin
> WATSON, James M.
> WATSON, Joseph H.
> WATTS, John T.
> WELLBORN, Constantine
> WELLBORN, William R. (also in Co. "F")
> WESTBROOK, W. J.
> WHALEY, Isaac C.
> WHITBY, E. H.
> WHITE, W. G.
> WHITE, William H., Bandsman, Musician
> WILLIAMS, James
> WILLIAMS, Thomas
> WILLIAMS, William R.
> WILLIAMSON, Andrew J.
> WINN, John
> YARBROUGH, Thomas
Provided via email from Ken Jones, Tarleton University, Stephenville, TX http://www.tarleton.edu/~kjones/index.html
If you know the histories or service records of any member of Company A, please email Steve Scroggins.
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|Pvt. George Thomas Scroggins -
Captured at Port Hudson, LA. July 9, 1863. Exchanged. Captured at
Nashville, TN Dec. 15, 1864 and held prisoner till the end of the war.
Enlisted in the 5th U.S. Volunteer Infantry at Camp Douglas, Illinois,
April 18, 1865. National Archive Microfilm Box
M374 Roll 39
Pvt. James J. Scroggins- Captured at Island
Ten, April 8, 1862. Exchanged. Captured at Port Hudson, La. July 9, 1863
Exchanged. No further record. National Archive
Microfilm Box M374 Roll 39
Pvt. William M.
Scroggins - Captured circa 1864. No further record. (service
records per Greg Wilson ) National Archive Microfilm Box M374 Roll 39, W.M.
Scroggins, also listed as William Scroggins.
Thomas Hensley has a Washington Marlin Scroggins, son of
Judy (Judiah Allen Scroggins and Richard M) listed in the 1860 Tallapoosa
Co AL Census (Washington M, age 14). WM Scroggins, of New Hope, Madison
Co. AL, was awarded the Southern Cross of Honor by the UDC [ http://www.oldhuntsville.com/p541.htm listed as
#77].1870 Madison Co AL census lists "Wash and Pemmelia Scroggins" age 23,
20. All this strongly suggests that "WM" was the brother of George T
Scroggins and James J Scroggins in Company A.
6. George Thomas3
Scroggins (Richard M.2, James1) was born 29Nov1844 in Georgia, and died
04Sep1924 in the home of daughter, Mrs. J.N. Brewer (formerly Mary Emma
Scroggins---did she marry Jesse Brewer of Co. A?). He
married Mary Jane Henderson 21-Oct-1868 in Tallapoosa
Co. AL, daughter of Alvin Henderson and Lucinda Duck. George was the son of Richard M.
Scroggins and Judiah Allen Scroggins. His father-in-law, Alvin Henderson,
fought in Co. G, 34th AL
Infantry . His wife's uncle, William M. Duck, served in Co. A 1st AL
Infantry, while her other uncles, R.A.W. Duck and Manning L. Duck were in
Co. G of the 34th AL.
Enlisted as private, Company A, First Alabama
Infantry at Dadeville, AL. Was a P.O.W. of the U.S. Army. After the war he
nearly starved during his walk back home. His obituary states he served 4 years in
the Confederate War.
Burial: Concord Cemetery (County Hwy44, Tallapoosa Co.AL) per Tap Roots Vol.24 #4, April 1987
service: Co A, First Alabama Inf., CSA - 5th US Volunteer Infantry?
See Scroggins genealogy for
more on George T Scroggins and family.
1st Alabama Infantry Regiment
The 1st Alabama Infantry regiment was the first to be organized under
an act of the State legislature authorizing the enlistment of troops for
12 months. The companies rendezvoused at Pensacola in February and March
1861, and about the 1st of April organized and elected regimental
officers. The men were recruited from Barbour, Lowndes, Macon, Pike, Talladega, Tallapoosa, and Wilcox counties. Transferred to the army
of the Confederate States soon after, it remained on duty at
Pensacola for a year, occupied chiefly in manning the batteries and
taking part in bombardments on 23 Nov 61 and 1 Jan 1862. A detachment was
in the night fight on Santa Rosa Island. As the oldest regiment in
Confederate service, it was the first called on to reenlist for the war,
at the end of the first year, and seven of the companies did so. Ordered
to Tennessee, the regiment, 1000 strong, reached Island No. 10 on 12 March
1862, and it joined Gen'l Johnston at Alatoona. In Gen. James
Cantey's Brigade, it fought at New Hope Church and was afterwards
transferred to Gen. William Quarles' Brigade in which it served until
war's end. It participated at Kennesaw Mountain, lost considerably
at Peach Tree Creek. In the assault against enemy lines at
Atlanta, 28 July, the regiment won fresh renown but lost half its
strength. They moved with Gen'l John Bell Hood into Tennessee and lost
heavily at Franklin and Nashville. Transferred to North
Carolina, they fought at Averysboro and Bentonville, and
about 100 men surrendered at Goldsboro. Upwards of 3000 names were
on the rolls at different times during the war, including those companies
that did not re-enlist.
Field officers: Cols. Henry D. Clayton (until reorganization);
Isaiah G. W. Steedman (captured at Island No. 10 and Port Hudson); Lt.
Cols. I. G. W. Steedman (promoted); Michael B. Locke (wounded, captured at
Port Hudson); Majors Jere N. Williams (until reorganization), Samuel L.
Knox (captured at Island No. 10 and Port Hudson, but escaped from the
latter; wounded at Atlanta; KIA at Franklin while commanding regiment);
and Adjutants S. H. Dent (resigned), Samuel D. Steedman (captured at
Island No. 10 and Port Hudson). [Compiled by Ken
Bibliography of Ken Jones on 1st AL
- "The pioneer banner : a Confederate camp newspaper," in Alabama
Historical Quarterly, XXIII (1961), pp. 211-219 [includes Co. "A"
- McMorries, Edward Young. History of the First Regiment, Alabama
Volunteer Infantry, C.S.A. Montgomery : Brown Printing Co., 1904
[Reprinted, microfiche; reprinted, Freeport, NY : Books for Libraries
- Rumph, Langdon Leslie, "Letters of a teenage Confederate," in
Florida Historical Quarterly Review, XXXVIII (1959/60), pp.
- Smith, Daniel P. Company K, First Alabama Regiment, or, three
years in the Confederate service Philadelphia : Burke &
McFetridge, 1885 [Reprinted, microfiche; reprinted, Gaithersburg, MD :
Butternut Press, 1984; contains regimental muster roll]
- Thornton, Melvin, "The escape of Melvin Thornton from Camp Butler,
Illinois" in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XXIII (1961),
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