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PATRON – Do you have more information about these Confederate soldiers?

Do you have additional information about these Confederate soldiers? These photographs are located at the Alabama Department of Archives and History. Click on the link at the end to inform the Alabama Department of Archives and History. You can also order a copy of the photograph from them

Hall, Colonel_Bolling_Hall_59th_Alabama_Infantry_CSA Q4244

Colonel Bolling Hall, 59th Alabama Infantry, C. S. A. Q4244

Johnson, Colonel_Bradley_Johnson_CSA (1) Q141

Colonel Bradley Johnson, C. S. A. (Uniform indicates rank of colonel). Graduated from Princeton, 1849. Commissioned as a major in the 1st Maryland Infantry in June 1861. After promoting through the grades, Johnson was promoted to brigadier-general in June 1864. Major campaigns and battles include the Shenandoah Valley campaign, First Manassas, Antietam, the Wilderness, and Chambersburg. Spent the remainder of the war as a superintendent of a Confederate prison in North Caroliana. After the war, Johnson practiced law and wrote numerous legal and historical papers. He died in Amelia, Virginia, in October 1903 and is buried in Baltimore, Maryland. Sources: Boatner, Mark M. The Civil War Dictionary, New York: Vintage Books, 1988, Davis, William C., ed. The Confederate General. Vol 2. National Historical Society, 1991 Q141

Underhill, Colonel_E_M_Underhill_65th_Alabama_Infantry_CSA Q2573 Colonel E. M. Underhill, 65th Alabama Infantry, C. S. A. Q2573

FreeHearts: 2nd edition A Novel of Colonial America (Tapestry of Love Series Book 3) Inspired by true events, Col. John Washington (ancestor of President George Washington), Randall Revell, Tom Cottingham, Edmund Beauchamp ward off Indian attacks and conquer the wilds of Maryland’s Eastern shore in 17th century colonial America in this historical novel.


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  1. Yes, bolling hall iii, what would you like to know? Jeanne Hall