There are many unidentified Confederate soldiers photographs at the State of Alabama Department of Archives and History. I’m including a few below to see if they could be identified.
Can you identify any of the soldiers in these images? Email The Alabama State Archives with additional information by clicking on the file name link.
Below is the only known photograph of a mounted Alabama Confederate soldier. The following is written inside the case: “Off to the wars/Jim and his pony / this May 11th 1861″ and “To David / Adams / Montevallo,Ala.” Ambrotype is 3.25 x 4.75 inches File name: Q778; Q779; Q780
James D. Whatley and an unidentified soldier, C.S.A. Whatley served as a private in Company B of the 23rd Alabama Infantry, C.S.A. File Name: Q524
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Unidentified Confederate soldier. File Name: Q8912
Unknown C.S.A. soldier with sword. Ambrotype is 3.25 x 4.25 inches File Name; Q751
Unidentified Confederate soldier in a cavalry uniform. Ambrotype is 2 x 2.5 inches From the Berry-Vasser-Gunter-Crommelin family papers File Name Q1070 – Q1071 – Q1072
Unidentified soldier, C.S.A Ambrotype is 6.5 x 8.5 inches File Name Q1058
Unidentified soldier, C.S.A Ambrotype is2.75 x 2.25 inches File Name Q855 – Q856 – Q857
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