Below are five captains who served in the Civil War for the Confederacy. We are publishing photographs of interest to researchers on Alabama Pioneers. To ensure you do not miss any photographs, subscribe to the daily email at the bottom of this page.
Caleb Huse (1831-1905) ca. 1905 – Postwar image of Huse, who had been a major in a Confederate Artillery Unit form Confederate Veteran Magazine, Volume 13 Q4462
Capt. [name illegible] photographed in civilian clothes, This man’s last name is illegible. The first letters appear to be Harts followed by three or four more letters. – Charles T. Pollard Confederate officers photograph album Q260
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Capt. Samuel Adams, 33rd Alabama Infantry, C.S.A. (1829-1864) Adams was later promoted to colonel in the 33rd Alabama Infantry Resgiment, C. S. A. He was killed at Atlanta. Photograph of the tintype. Q6980
Captain David Waters, Waters’ Battery, C.S.A This photograph has been hand-colored. Q4317
Captain Edward Crenshaw, Company B, 58th Alabama Infantry, C.S.A. (1842-1911) Q4225
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