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        I certify on Honor that this Muster Roll shows the whole number and true condition at this date, of Captain John DeLoach's Company F Alabama of the 36th Regiment Volunteers of the Confederate States, and that the "Remarks" set opposite the same of any Office or Soldier are correct.  Date: May 13th 1862.  Station: Mt. Vernon Arsenal   John De Loach Capt, Commanding the Company.

       MUSTER ROLL Of Captain John DeLoach's Company F, Ala. Vol. 36th Regiment, C. S. A. commanded by Col. A. H. Smith.
       MUSTER ROLL, Of Captain John DeLoach's Company "F" of the 36th Regiment, Volunteers, of the Confederate States from Ala. for 3 years or the War unless sooner discharged.
 
OFFICERS:
NAME                  RANK            AGE     STATE  COUNTY

DeLoach, John         Capt.           40      Ala.   Monroe
[Mathews, G. G.]      Capt.
Mann, McDuffie        1 Lieut.        36      Ala.   Monroe
Kelly, D[avid]. W.    2 Lieut.        36      Ala.   Monroe
Wiggins, W. D.        2 Lieut.        28      Ala.   Monroe
[Wiggins, William Stephen]
Marshall, J. L.       1 Sergt.        19      Ala.   Monroe
Faulk, W. J.          2 Sergt.        22      Ala.   Monroe
Agee, N[oah] A[lfred] 3 Sergt.        35      Ala.   Monroe
Sowell, D. S.         4 Sergt.        20      Ala.   Monroe
Hauton, D. J.         5 Sergt.        34      Ala.   Monroe [also spelled Haughton]
Patrick, Luke         1 Corp.         23      Ala.   Monroe
Salter, D.            2 Corp.         42      Ala.   Monroe
Harris, T. B.         3 Corp.         22      Ala.   Monroe
Carter, James         4 Corp.         26      Ala.   Monroe


PRIVATES:

Archer, James [O.]                    18      Ala.   Monroe
Albridge, A. W.                       34      Ala.   Monroe
Blair, William                        18      Ala.   Monroe
Blanton, J. W.                        23      Ala.   Monroe
Bohannon, Abner                       38      Ala.   Monroe
Brazel, Allen                         38      Ala.   Monroe
[Brown, Luke Avery]
Bryant, E. S.                         30      Ala.   Monroe
Chapman, J[ohn] W.                    35      Ala.   Monroe
[Coleman, Miram] 
Corley, D. R. L.                      33      Ala.   Monroe
Craps, H[enry] T.                     28      Ala.   Monroe
Dixon, G. W.                          26      Ala.   Monroe
Daniels, David                        30      Ala.   Monroe
Davison, J. V.                        24      Ala.   Monroe
Downs, W. J.                          25      Ala.   Monroe
Downs, Thomas L[indsey]               22      Ala.   Monroe
[Eubanks, James Napoleon] (see notes below)
Eubanks, T[homas] J.                  24      Ala.   Monroe 
Foster, J[ames]                       24      Ala.   Monroe
Foster, W.                            23      Ala.   Monroe
Fore, Peter                           23      Ala.   Monroe
Frye, J[ohn] W.                       29      Ala.   Monroe
Frye, E. W.                           29      Ala.   Monroe
Fountain, Geo. W.                     25      Ala.   Monroe
Fountain, W. D.                               Ala.   Monroe
G___, H.P                                     Ala.   Monroe
Garner, W.[M?] H.                     18      Ala.   Monroe died at Point Lookout Prison
Griffin, William                      36      Ala.   Monroe
[Gatlin, H. R.]
Hodle[?], B.                          20      Ala.   Monroe
[Hale, Arthur P. B.]
Hale, F.                              23      Ala.   Monroe
[Hale, James Farrish]
Harrison, W. M.                       36      Ala.   Monroe
Hawkins, J. L.                        33      Ala.   Monroe
[Hawkins, Thomas]
Helton, I[saac] M.                    30      Ala.   Monroe 
[Hendricks, P. A.]
Hendricks, R. J.                      28      Ala.   Monroe 
Henderson, J. G.                      38      Ala.   Monroe
Holman, M. A.                         21      Ala.   Monroe
Hendricks, J. A.                      28      Ala.   Monroe
[Hendrix, Martin L.]
Hendricks, P. A.                      18      Ala.   Monroe
[Johnson, B. R.]
Jones, W. E.                          19      Ala.   Monroe
[Kearby, James Marion]
Kelly, N. G.                          19      Ala.   Monroe
Kirksy, Gideon                        24      Ala.   Monroe
Knowles, Dan'l                        33      Ala.   Monroe
Lambeth, D.                           18      Ala.   Monroe
Lambeth, E.                           23      Ala.   Monroe
[Lambert, Matthew] 
[Langham, Thomas L. ]
Lowery, J[ames] H.R.                  32      Ala.   Monroe
Lewis, J[ohn] H.                      18      Ala.   Monroe
Middleton, Berry [Redberry]           19      Ala.   Monroe
McKinsey, Aaron                       34      Ala.   Monroe
[McMillan, J. B.]
[McMillan, Seaborn Jackson]
McWilliam, W. B.                      31      Ala.   Monroe
McWilliam, S. I.                      26      Ala.   Monroe
McClure, W. W.                        27      Ala.   Monroe
McDonald, John                        23      Ala.   Monroe
Marden, Joseph                        28      Ala.   Monroe
[Nash, John W.]
Newberry, J. H.                       18      Ala.   Monroe
Norris, B.                            21      Ala.   Monroe
Nettles, A. J.                        23      Ala.   Monroe
Owen, John D.                         31      Ala.   Monroe
Pate, E.                              36      Ala.   Monroe
Rawles, G. E.                         27      Ala.   Monroe
Robbins, T. J.                        24      Ala.   Monroe
Ryland, J. J.                         19      Ala.   Monroe
Salter, George W.                     25      Ala.   Monroe
[Seff, Thomas E.]                                         Buried at Chattanooga Conf. Cem.
[Smith, Edward Andrew]
Smith, John                           52      Ala.   Monroe 
Stacy, T[homas S.]                    25      Ala.   Monroe
[Stacey, John Monroe]
Simpson, J. H.                        20      Ala.   Monroe
Simpson, J. J. [Cpl]                  21      Ala.   Monroe
Strock, T[homas] R.                   24      Ala.   Monroe
Strock, D[avid] A.                    22      Ala.   Monroe
Snider, [Jacob Obanion]               22      Ala.   Monroe
Sawyer, E. W.                         18      Ala.   Monroe
Stacey, E[dward A.]                   29      Ala.   Monroe
[Simmons, James]
Simmons, William                      18      Ala.   Monroe
Turbeville, J[esse]                   19      Ala.   Monroe
Turbeville, L.                        22      Ala.   Monroe
Turbeville, W.                        25      Ala.   Monroe
Talbot, Silas                         40      Ala.   Monroe
Taylor, Franklin                      43      Ala.   Monroe
Travis, J. W.                         19      Ala.   Monroe
Thames, A. J.                         19      Ala.   Monroe
Thompson, R. F.                       25      Ala.   Monroe
[Thompson, Augustus Nathaniel]
Whatley, [W.R.]                       39      Ala.   Monroe
Weaver, N.                            23      Ala.   Monroe
Wright, H. G.                         19      Ala.   Monroe
Wiggins, R. L.                        21      Ala.   Monroe
[Williams, John B.]

This transcription is from the original Muster Roll that is part of the collection at the Alabama Dept. of Archives and History. I have closely looked at the original document along with photocopies graciously provided by ADHA. Given the age and wear of the document and the handwriting style changes in the ensuing century, it is possible that this nevertheless contains errors. I welcome any additional information or corrections to this transcription.

IMPORTANT  NOTE: Names in brackets are from additional sources and not listed in the actual
Muster Roll. Please contact me about corrections and/or additions.


 

Additional information:


          Letters from the Civil War: Monroe County Remembers her Rebel Sons
          Letters from Captains DeLoach and Marshall and Private Fountain from Company F

Agee, Noah Alfred. From information contributed by The Sons of Confederate Veterans, Camp 1610, Monroeville, Alabama, Steve Stacey, compiler, Noah Alfred Agee was born on February 7, 1827, and died on October 26, 1911. He is buried in McConnicoCemetery, Perdue Hill, Ala.(Back to Muster Roll)
Archer, James O. From information contributed by The Sons of Confederate Veterans, Camp 1610, Monroeville, Alabama, Steve Stacey, compiler, James O. Archer was a Confederate Pensioner living in Monroville, Alabama, on January 1, 1922. He is buried at Monroeville Methodist Cemetery, Monroeville, Ala.(Back to Muster Roll)

Blair, William.  It appears from later documentation, there were TWO William Blair's that served in Company F -- father and son both named William Blair. Son William enlisted at age 18 in 1862 and Father William enlisted sometime later in 1863. Both father and son fought at Missionary Ridge and William (the father) was captured. William (the father) was sent to Louisville, Kentucky, for exchange but then appears on the Prisoner of War records at Rock Island. William (the father) was received at the prison on December 11, 1863, and died on February 4, 1964, of pneumonia. He is buried in grave number 364. The father's widow applied for a pension in 1899. When William (the son) applied for pension benefits in 1898, he confirmed that he had been shot in the right arm at Missionary Ridge. William (the son) died in 1910 and his widow applied for a pension in 1914.
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Blanton, Joseph William: Known as Joe, Blanton was born 11 Mar 1839 in Lawrenceville, Henry Co., Ala. and died 23 August 1862. His military death notice states that Joseph W. Blanton, Private, of Captain John DeLoach's Company F, 36th Alabama, was born in Henry County, and at age 23, enlisted at Monroeville on 10th of April 1862 to serve for three years.  He died at Oven Bluff on 23 August 1862 and is buried at buried at Medlock Cemetery in Perdue Hill, Monroe County, Ala.
    Joseph W. Blanton was the first son born to John W. Blanton and Nancy Culpepper. In about 1859-1860, Joseph Blanton married Eleanor Anderson. Eleanor was born in 1839 in South Carolina and was the daughter of John J. Anderson (b. 1804 in SC) and Eleanor Anderson (b. 1810 in SC).  Before he joined Company F, Joe and Eleanor had one child, a daughter named Joseph Laura Blanton. She was born on 7 Sept 1860 in in Henry Co., Ala. Ellen Anderson Blanton married Thomas E. Brown in Monroe County, Alabama,  in January 1872.
        Information from Sara Harms    (Back to Muster Roll)
Brown, Luke Avery. According to the 1907 Census of Confederate Veterans in Alabama, Luke Avery Brown enlisted as a private in Company F of the 36th Alabama Volunteers on October 1862 in Mobile, Alabama. Brown is listed in official records as being admitted to St. Mary's Hospital in Dalton, Georgia.   where he was diagnosed as suffering from debilitas (abnormal bodily weakness or feebleness). He returned to duty on June 22, 1863.According to Federal records, Luke Avery Brown was captured at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee on November 25, 1863. He is listed on a roll of prisoners received at Louisville, Kentucky on December 7, 1863, from Nashville, Tennessee. Brown was transferred to the POW camp at Rock Island Barracks, Ill. on December 8, 1863.  Luke Brown was listed with prisoners of war to be exchanged on February 25, 1865. After the prisoner exchange, Luke Avery Brown rejoined the 36th Alabama and was with it when it surrendered at Citronelle, Alabama on May 4, 1865. Brown was paroled on June 16, 1865, at Mobile, Alabama -- the same place where he started the War 2 1/2 years earlier. Born on Oct. 12, 1844, Luke Avery Brown died on July 7, 1917, and is buried in Mexia Baptist Cemetery, Mexia, Ala.
E-mail a descendant of Luke Avery Brown      (Back to Muster Roll)

Coleman, Miram. Coleman's name appeared on Company's I's Muster Roll of  May 13th, 1862. However, his name  is listed as a Private of Company F of the 36th in the lists of Confederate dead at Rock Island, Illinois. He was captured and died on January 14, 1864, as a Prisoner of War at the Rock Island camp. Coleman is buried in grave number 198 at Rock Island. (Back to Muster Roll)

DeLoach, John. From information contributed by The Sons of Confederate Veterans, Camp 1610, Monroeville, Alabama, Steve Stacey, compiler, John DeLoach was born on September 28, 1817, and died on September 25, 1900. These records indicated that DeLoach resigned as Captain of Company F. DeLoach served as the Clerk of Court for Monore County, Alabama, from 1855 - 1880. He is buried in the Baptist Cemetery, Monroeville, Ala.  (Back to Muster Roll)

Downs, Thomas Lindsey. The 1907 Census of Confederate Veterans in Alabama, lists Thomas Lindsey Downs, born 1832 Woodbury, Meriwether Co, Georgia, as a Private from Company F, 36th Alabama. (Back to Muster Roll)

Eubanks, James Napoleon. From the 1907 Confederate Census, Escambia Co., Ala: Born 13 Mar 1846 in Ala.; Married 3 Oct 1906 to Ellen Angeline Corley in Knoxville, Tenn.;  Died 21 Mar 1934 in Pensacola, Escambia County, Fla. James Eubanks has a copy of a badly deteriorated paper giving him parole from the army in May 1865.  It states his company as 36th Ala.  The other handwriting is mostly names and mostly unreadable. Additional information from James Eubanks     (Back to Muster Roll)

Foster, William. Listed as "Wm. Foster" on the rolls of Rock Island prisoners, young William Foster was one of several members of the 36th Alabama that were captured and held as a Prisoner of War at the Rock Island camp in Illinois. William Foster died on June 9, 1864, and is buried in grave number 1,476 at Rock Island.  (Back to Muster Roll)

Fountain, William Dausey, listed in the 1907 Census of Confederate Veterans Residing in Monroe County, Alabama as having been born on April 5, 1861 (sic) Claiborne, Monroe Co, Ala. He was listed has having been a private in Company F, 36th Alabama. (Back to Muster Roll)

Frye, John W. After enlisting at age 29, John W. Frye was captured and died a Prisoner of War at the Rock Island, Illinois, camp on December 14, 1863. The first prisoners were brought to Rock Island from Lookout Mountain on December 3, 1864, and unfortunately, some of the captured soldiers were found to have smallpox. John Frye is buried in grave number 10 at Rock Island making him one of the first soldiers from the 36th Alabama to have been buried there. (Back to Muster Roll)

Gatlin, H. R.  A headstone marked H. R. Gatlin Company F, 36th Alabama Regiment is in Row 7, Confederate Rest, Magnolia Cemetery, Mobile, Alabama.  (Back to Muster Roll).

Hale, Arthur P. B. Born March 9, 1840, in Monroe County, Arthur Hale was documented in The Roster of Confederate Soldiers, 1861-1865 as a member of Company F of the 36th Alabama. A descendent reports that he died on Mar. 25, 1936 and is buried at Pleasant Home, near Frisco City, Monroe County, Alabama.    Contact Hale's descendant(Back to Muster Roll)

Hale, James Farish. From information contributed by The Sons of Confederate Veterans, Camp 1610, Monroeville, Alabama, Steve Stacey, compiler, James Farish Hale was born in 1840 and died in Atlanta in 1864. (Back to Muster Roll)

Hawkins, Thomas.  From information contributed by The Sons of Confederate Veterans, Camp 1610, Monroeville, Alabama, Steve Stacey, compiler, Thomas Hawkins was a private in Company F of the 36th Alabama.  (Back to Muster Roll)

Helton, Isaac M. According to his Alabama Confederate Pension application, Isaac M. Helton was born in Monroeville, Alabama, on November 22, 1831. Although no company was listed, Helton stated he enlisted in the 36th Alabama in November, 1861 at Mobile, Alabama. He participated in the battles at Missionary Ridge, Chicamauga (sic), Nashville, and Spanish Fort. He reports having been wounded at Missionary Ridge. Helton was "cut off from my company at close of War and faild (sic) to get Parole." After producing affidavits from fellow company members W. D. Fountain and T. R. Strock, I. M. Helton was granted a pension. Isaac's four brothers also fought for the Confederacy. John Alexander Helton was in Co. H, 5th Ala. Calvary; James Monroe Helton was in Co. H, 2nd Ala. Calvary; Jeremiah Helton was in Co. F, 53rd Ala. Calvary (Partisan Rangers) and William Helton, Jr. was in the Alabama Reserves, Home Guard of Captain S. H. Dailey.
     Information from Sammye Baker (Back to Muster Roll)

Hendricks, P. A. From information contributed by The Sons of Confederate Veterans, Camp 1610, Monroeville, Alabama, Steve Stacey, compiler, P. A. Hendricks was a private in Company F. (Back to Muster Roll)

Johnson B. R. Private B. R. Johnson is listed as a member of Company F of the 36th Alabama. He died on Dec. 4, 1864, as a Prisoner of War and is buried in row 17, number1, grave number 551, at the Camp Chase Cemetery in Columbus, Ohio.

Kearby, James Marion. The 1907 Census of Confederate Veterans in Alabama, lists James Marion Kearby, born November 16, 1839, Walker's Creek, Monroe Co., Alabama, as a Private from Company F, 36th Alabama. (Back to Muster Roll)

Kelly, Daivd W. Although he musted into the Regiment as a 2nd Lieut., David Kelly was promoted to Captain before his death in the hospitals at Chattanooga on December 20, 1863, after being captured in the battle of Missionary Ridge.  e-mail a descendant   (Back to Muster Roll

Knowles, Daniel. Believed to be the same Corp. Daniel Knowls (sic) that was listed as a member of Company F of the 36th Alabama. He died on Nov. 7, 1864, as a Prisoner of War and is buried in row 13, number33, grave number 421, at the Camp Chase Cemetery in Columbus, Ohio. (Back to Muster Roll)

Lambert, Matthew, listed in the 1907 Census of Confederate Veterans Residing in Monroe County, Alabama as having been born on March 11, 1844, Perdue Hill, Monroe Co, Ala. He was listed has having been a private in Company F, 36th Alabama. (Back to Muster Roll)

Langham, Thomas L. From information contributed by The Sons of Confederate Veterans, Camp 1610, Monroeville, Alabama, Steve Stacey, compiler, Thomas L. Langham was a private in Company F. He was wounded in the left hip on August 31, 1864, and treated at Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, Geo.(Back to Muster Roll

Marshall, John Lee, listed in the 1907 Census of Confederate Veterans Residing in Monroe County, Alabama as having been born on July 5, 1842, Claiborne, Monroe Co, Ala. He was listed as a Cadet Drill Officer, Company F, 36th Alabama. (Back to Muster Roll)

Mathews, G. G. From information contributed by The Sons of Confederate Veterans, Camp 1610, Monroeville, Alabama, Steve Stacey, compiler, G. G. Mathews resigned from Co. E, 23rd Alabama and joined Company F of the 36th Alabama. (Back to Muster Roll)

McMillan, J. B. From information contributed by The Sons of Confederate Veterans, Camp 1610, Monroeville, Alabama, Steve Stacey, compiler, J. B. McMillan was a private in Company F of the 36th Alabama. (Back to Muster Roll)

McMillan, Seaborn Jackson, listed in the 1907 Census of Confederate Veterans Residing in Monroe County, Alabama as having been born on November 24, 1835, in Monroeville, Monroe Co, Ala. He was listed as a Private in Company F, 36th Alabama. (Back to Muster Roll)

McWilliams, W. B. From information contributed by The Sons of Confederate Veterans, Camp 1610, Monroeville, Alabama, Steve Stacey, compiler, W. B. McWilliams is buried in Ridge Cemetery near Monroeville, Ala. (Back to Muster Roll)

Salter, George Washington, listed in the 1907 Census of Confederate Veterans Residing in Monroe County, Alabama as having been born on June 1, 1836, in Monroeville, Monroe Co, Ala. He was listed as a Private in Company F, 36th Alabama. (Back to Muster Roll)

Seff, Thomas E. The bodies of 887 soldiers who had died in Chattanooga following the battle of Murfreesboro from January 1st through May 31, 1863, were moved from a cemetery close to the Tennessee River, where they had been temporarily interred, to the Confederate Cemetery in 1867. The head of each grave was marked by a board with the name of the soldier, his state and his command, and a number. Col. R.L. Watkins copied the names and prepared a list that was later presented to Confederate Memorial Association March 18, 1876. This link is to more information on this Confederate Cemetery; lists of soldiers from Alabama and others states are included. Alabama Marker IV lists Seff's name.  (Back to Muster Roll)

Simmons, James,  listed in the 1907 Census of Confederate Veterans Residing in Monroe County, Alabama as having been born in 1842, Perdue Hill, Monroe Co, Ala. He was listed as a Private in Company F, 36th Alabama. (Back to Muster Roll)

Simpson, James Hamilton, listed in the 1907 Census of Confederate Veterans Residing in Monroe County, Alabama as having been born on November 29, 1842, Barbour Co., Ala. He was listed as a Private in Company F, 36th Alabama. (Back to Muster Roll)

Simpson, John Jefferson.  From the 1907 Confederate Census, Escambia Co., Ala: Born 18 Dec. 1840, Flomaton, Ala. Entered service in 1862 in Company F 36th Alabama Regiment as a Private, captured at Missionary Ridge, Tenn. and taken to Rock Island, Ill. Remained there until War closed. (Back to Muster Roll)

Smith, Edward Andrew.   From the 1907 Confederate Census, Escambia Co., Ala: Brewton, Ala.; born 8 Aug 1845, Chlahoma, Marshal Co., Ala.; Pvt; entered service Spring 1862 at Milton in Capt. J. D. Leigh's Co. 1st Fla. Regt. until transferred to Co. [F} __ 36th Ala. Regt.  Wounded and captured near Nashville in Nov or Dec 1864, was prisoner until close of hostilities at Pt. Lookout, Maryland. (Back to Muster Roll)

Snider, Jacob Obanion,  listed as Jacob O'Banion or O. J. in his military records, Snider was enlisted at age 22, on 10 April 1862 in Monroeville by Captain DeLoach. He was captured on 25 November 1863 at Missionary Ridge by Major General Thomas and forwarded to Captain S. E. Jones, Provost Marshal at Louisville, Ky, 6 December 1863.  Roles of Prisoners of War transferred from Nashville, Tenn., to Louisville, Ky 7 Dec 1863. Snider was forwarded from Louisville, Ky to Rock Island, Ill., 7 Dec 1863, and received at Rock Island, Ill. from Louisville on 9 Dec 1863. He was later transferred from Rock Island to New Orleans for exchange to the Commissioner for Exchange, on 23 May 1865, by order of Major General E. R. S. Canby.
       O. J. Snider was wounded at the Battle of Missionary Ridge; in later years he made made himself a cane and used for his battle injury. He was a POW at Rock Island Prison for 18 months before he was "paroled" in New Orleans.  Jacob O'Banion Snider was born 14 July 1840, Monroe Co., Ala. and died 5 Sept 1876, Perdue Hill, Monroe Co., Ala. He is buried at Old Salem Baptist Church Cemetery, Mexia, Monroe Co., Ala. His father, Jacob Snider Sr., was 65 years old when O. J. was born in 1840 to Jacob Sr. and his mother, Nancy Stewart. Jacob Obanion Snider married Catherine Ann Daniel, daughter of William and Susannah Daniel, on 30 Nov 1859. After his death , his wife filed a Widow's Pension Application which was witnessed by Captain John DeLoach.
                   Information from Sara Harms   (Back to Muster Roll)

Stacey brothers -- history by a descendant

Thompson, Augustus Nathaniel, listed in the 1907 Census of Confederate Veterans Residing in Monroe County, Alabama as having been born on August 13, 1844, Perdue Hill, Monroe Co, Ala. He was listed as a Private in Company F, 36th Alabama. (Back to Muster Roll)

Whatley, W. R. Born Nov. 8, 1822 and died April 19, 1864 at St. Mary's CSA Hospital. This hospital was formed in Dalton, Geo. but moved with company. Whatley had been married Catherine Lambert; she later received a Confederate Widow's pension. E-mail a descendant
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Wiggins, William Stephen, listed in the 1907 Census of Confederate Veterans Residing in Monroe County, Alabama as having been born on November 7, 1832, Portland, Dallas Co, Ala. He was listed as a 3rd Lieut. in Company F, 36th Alabama. (Back to Muster Roll)

Williams, John B., listed in the 1907 Census of Confederate Veterans Residing in Monroe County, Alabama as having been born "The Night the Stars Fell," Claiborne, Monroe Co, Ala. He was listed as a Private in Company F, 36th Alabama. (Back to Muster Roll)

Wiggins, R. L. Private R. L. Wiggins is listed as having died on Dec. 4, 1964, as a Prisoner of War at Camp Chase, Columbus, Ohio. He lays buried in row 4, number 13, grave number 555.  (Back to Muster Roll)
 

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