Burials: Abney - Lunsford
 
 

Known and Suspected Burial Locations and Memorial Marker Locations.
Last update 10 July 2012

Able, James M. 1st Lt., 37th Alabama - Co G
Melvin Cemetery, Melvin, McCullock County, TX; 8 Feb 1844 - 16 May 1934

Abney, Joel P. Lt./Capt 54th Alabama/37th Alabama - Co F
Butler City Cem., Choctaw County, AL; 5 Aug 1839 - 23 Aug 1869 (age 60)





Allen, Charles
Co A
Died 15 May 1863 (during siege) and buried in Grave No. 1093 of Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cemetery, Vicksburg MS (photo courtesy Charles R. East)

 






Allen, J.A.
Co G
Old Lutheran Cem., Rowan County NC

Aman, William Bryant Co A
Eastside Cem., Headland, Henry County AL, gravemarker: "William B. Aman Pvt. Co. A. 37th Alabama CSA - b/ April 1844 d/ Feb 13 1923"

Amerine, John Porter Warner Capt Co K/Major 37th Alabama; Colonel 54th/57th Alabama
Born 27 April 1823 McMinn County TN - Died 11 May 1876 at Greenville, Butler Co., Ala - Buried at Magnolia Cem., Greenville, Ala.


Amos, Beverly 5th Sergt - Co K
Grave No. 119 of Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cemetery, Vicksburg MS (photo courtesy Charles R. East)


Armstrong, J.J.
Co K
Died at Camp Winder Hospital, Richmond VA, 1 Sep 1863; Buried in Hollywood Cem. at Richmond VA

Asque (Askew), Benjamin A. - Co H
Died in service of unknown cause and buried in unknown grave at Columbus MS 20 June 1862

Avary, Benjamin F. - Co G
Magnolia Cemetery at Mobile AL

Badgewell, J.M. - Co F
Died 10 Feb 1863 buried at Canton Cem., Canton MS

Bailey, George Washington - Co H
Buried at County Line Cem, Clay Co., AL – marker indicated 5 Dec 1833 – 26 March 1910


Bailey, John R. - Co C
Buried at Rice Cemetery, Cameron, TX - marker indicates 15 Aug 1842-9 Feb 1937 (photo at left courtesy of Karen Mosher)




 


Baker, Newton J. Co K
Victoria Cem., Victoria Community, Coffee County AL - marker inscribed: "N.J. Baker" and noted as "Member of Co. K 37 Ala Regt" with dates July 4, 1833-Jan 12, 1912 (age 79 years) - photo courtesy Janice Merrill Johnt

 

 


Balcomb, Benjamin J. – Co A
Died in service 27 Jan 1863 while POW at Alton IL Military Prison and buried in Confederate Cem. at Alton IL


Barber, Alexander M.
Co I
Sweet Home United Methodist Church Cem., Chambers County AL; 9 Jul 1844 - 7 Jan 1916 (photo, left, courtesy of Dan Walton)

Barfoot , Joel B. Co F
(sic: Barefoot/Bearfoot)
Died 10 Feb 1863 and buried in the City Cemetery at Canton MS (one of approximately 200 Confederates interred there)

Barnes, William M. Co C
Fairmount Cem., Red Level, Covington County AL - markers inscribed: "William Barnes / Co. C. / 37 Ala. Inf. / C.S.A." Second marker at same grave inscribed "W. M. Barnes /Born 1825 / Died 1896" (age 71 years)

 


Bedgood, S. Jasper – Co C
Buried at Good Hope Church Cem., Curington Co AL - photo, right, courtesy Janice Merrill Johnt

 

 

 





Beasley, J. B. Pvt-Sgt - Co F
Died in service of Pneumonia 12 Sep 1862 at Okolona MS; Buried at Okolona Confederate Cemetery, located on Highway 45 Alt. (Church Street) Okolona, Chickasaw County, Mississippi (across from the Dodge Store) – row 12, south side, west end

- photo courtesy of Stelle Ivy, Okolona Cemetery Committee

 



Bellah, J.M. Co H
Died 19 Jan 1863 and buried in Wesley Chapel Cem., Confederate Section, Holmes County MS

Bentley, J.L. Co A
Died (while POW) 25 July 1863 and buried in Grave 4256 at Mound City Cem., northeast of Cairo IL

Best, Seaborn Co A
Union Hill Cemetery, Houston County AL; 3 Jul 1827 - 15 Apr 1920

Berden, W. P.
Co C
Died in service of unknown cause at Vicksburg MS 22 May 1863 (during siege) and buried in Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cemetery, Vicksburg MS (photo courtesy Charles R. East)

Birchfield, Perry Co B
Buried at New Site Cem., Tallapoosa County AL; 1834-1905

Bishop,William 5th Sergt - Co B
Darian Primitive Baptist Church Cem. near Wadley, Chambers County AL (off Route 22, not far but not visible from 22 on Mt Springs Rd) - marker inscribed: "William Bishop / Born 17 Jan 1837 - Died 14 Jan 1910 (Masonic Emblem) (age 73 years)

Blackmon, Jesse H Co C
Buried "near" Mt. Vernon, Franklin County TX (not further identified)

Blair, William Co G
Died 10 Nov 1862 and buried at Mississippi Confederate Cem., Lauderdale Springs, Lauderdale County MS

Blanks, William Ervin – Co B
"Died Nov 23, 1863 Missionary Ridge" and presumably buried there
 
Bledsoe, E.P. 1st Lt - Co F
Oak Hill Cem., Union Springs, Bullock County AL; 1 Feb 1840 - 8 Jun 1906

Bolger, William H Co H
Brundidge AL - marker "W. H. Bolger" with dates 21 Dec 1841 - 1 Sep 1905

Boroughs, William M. - Assistant Surgeon
Pineville Methodist Cemetery, Monroeville, Monroe County, Alabama - 22 Feb 1835 - 27 Aug 1910; An image of marker posted on "Find A Grave."

Boutwell, Alexander Co K
Clanton City Cem., Chilton County AL; 26 Aug 1844 - 17 Sep 1913

Boyd, Augustus A. – Co D
Buried at Chambers Co., AL (location not further specified)

Boyd, Richard H. – Co I
Buried at Chambers Co., AL (location not further specified)

Boyd, William M. – Co I
Buried at Chambers Co., AL (location not further specified)



Bowers, William H. Co K
Pilgrims Rest Cem., County Road 77, Covington County AL near Crenshaw County Line - marker: "William H Bowers / Co K, 37th Alabama Infantry" (photo at left courtesy Janice Merill Johnt)




Box, Shadrack Alfred Co A
Big Creek United Methodist Church Cem., Henry County AL; 26 Sep 1827 - 9 March 1878


Bozeman, Chelsey Whitfield - Companies D & C

Good Hope Church Cem., County Road 63 Covington County AL near the Crenshaw County Line - marker: "Chelsey Whitfield Bozeman / Mar. 10, 1835 - Jul. 18, 1920 / Pvt. Co. C., 37th Alabama Infantry" (85 years)

(Photo courtesy of James C. Bozeman)

 




Bozeman, James  Harmon
- Company C

Good Hope Church Cem., County Road 63 Covington County AL near the Crenshaw County Line - (76 years)
marker:


"Jas. H. Bozeman
Born Mar. 11, 1825
Died July 10, 1901

Our father has gone to a mansion of rest,
to the glorious land of the Deity blest."

(Photo courtesy of James C. Bozeman)

 

 

 

 

 



Bozeman, Nathan Etheldred - Company B
Hopewell Cemetery, presumably near Pleasant Grove TX

Bradley, William Edmund -  2nd Lt-1st Lt - Co A
Abbeville City Cemetery, Abbeville, Henry County AL - marker: "William E. Bradley Lieut. Co. A. 37th Alabama CSA - b/ Dec 19 1838 d/ Nov 23 1896" (58 years)

Bradford, Isaac J. – Cos. G & A
Buried in Pearson Cem., Tallapoosa Co., AL

Brannon, Jasper Co E
Center Church Cem., Henry County AL

Brian (Bryan/Briant/Bryant?), P. Co C
Died in service of unknown cause 10 June 1863 (during siege), and buried in Grave No. 9 of Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cemetery, Vicksburg MS


Brightwell, Len Reynolds Co C
Included in report of Covington Rifles, SCV Camp No. 1586 of Andalusia, AL entitled Known Gravesites of Confederate Soldiers and Sailors Buried in Covington County, Alabama as one:

"... buried on the battlefields or believed to be buried in unmarked graves in Covington County" with this entry: "Brightwell, L. Reynolds. Died in service 20 May 1863. Co. C, 37th Alabama Infantry. Believed to have died at home while on furlough ..."

Brimm, William H. Co B
Shiloh Cemetery near Commerce TX; Died 1925

Britt, Franklin A. Co K
Hills Chapel Cem., Montgomery County AL; 5 Jun 1835 - 28 Oct 1891

Brocker, Unknown Unknown Company
Magnolia Cem., Confederate Rest, Row 15, No. 36 Mobile AL

Brogan, S. A. – (presumed Co K)
Died 25 June 1864 and buried at Okland Cem., Atlanta GA

Brooks (Brook), Sterling H (Sterling B) 3rd Lt-2nd Lt-1st Lt, - Co F
Evergreen Cem., Gustine, Comanche County TX; Died 1910


Brooks, William Bivin

Private/2nd Sergeant - Company I
Westview (LaFayette City) Cem., LaFayette, Chambers County, AL - marker: "W. BIVIN BROOKS, Co. I. 37th ALA" (shown at left)


Brown, Jasper W. (Jasper M.) Co A
Died in service as POW at Rock Island Prison IL on 24 Aug 1864 of pneumonia and is buried there in Grave No. 1446

Brown, W. T. Co H
New Prospect Freewill Baptist Church Cem., County Road 58, Henry County AL - marker: "W.T.Brown Pvt. Co. H. 37th Alabama CSA - b. May 23 1845 - d. Dec 17 1922" (77 years)

Brunson, Joseph P. Co K
Hollywood Cem., Richmond, Henrico Co., VA; Died 9 Aug 1863


Bryan, Joseph Franklin Co C
Leon Community Cem., Crenshaw Co., AL - photo, at right, courtesy Janice Merrill Johnt

 

 




 


Bryan, Preston Harrison Co C
Leon Community Cem., Crenshaw Co., AL - photo courtesy Janice Merrill Johnt


 



Bryan, William F. Co C
Leon Community Cem., Crenshaw Co., AL - photo, at right, courtesy Janice Merrill Johnt

 


 


Bryant (Brian/Bryan), Gabral Co B
Died in service of unknown cause and buried in unknown grave in Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cem., Vicksburg MS; Died 4 June 1863 (during siege) (photo courtesy Charles R. East)


Bryan, Benjamin Co C
Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cem., Vicksburg MS, Grave 9; Died 11 June 1863 (during siege)




Bryan, William Wright
Co K
Born 5 Feb 1832 Sumter District SC; Mentioned as having "died at home" in 1902 letter of brother A.J. Bryan (Co K); Died 6 Oct 1883 Pike Co. AL and buried at Ballard’s Hill Cem. (an old family private cemetery with just a few graves) at Troy, Pike County, AL west of the Troy-Elba Hwy

Image and update May 2009 courtesy of Louis Bryan: The stones for Wm W. Bryan and his wife have been moved to Mossy Grove Cemetery, Highway 87 out of Troy


Buntin, James W.
– Co G
Buried in Old Bethany Cem., Pickens Co AL; Marker engraved 13 March 1843-11 June 1922


Burke, Solomon G.
Co I
Westview (LaFayette City) Cem., Section 3, LaFayette, Chambers County, AL - marker: "S.G. BURKE / CO I / 37 ALA INF / C S A" (shown at left)

Burney, Sylvanus Leonidas Co G
Pinewood Cem., West Point GA; Died 24 Jan 1918 at Chambers County AL

Butler, B. R. Rank Unknown - Co F
Magnolia Cem., Confederate Rest, Row 6, No. 30, Mobile AL; Died 13 Dec 1864

Cadish, Benjamin Rank Unknown - Co A
Rose Hill Cem., Macon GA; Appears on "List of Alabamians buried at Macon, Georgia" copied from The Mobile Register dated 3 May 1866 and furnished to the Alabama State Archives by L.D. Brasell on 4 April 1958

Callahan, Andrew Jackson 2nd Lt - Co I
Stonewall Confederate Cem., Griffin GA (also served 25th AL Inf Co F)


Callahan, William B Co I
Buried in Hillcrest Cem., at East Point, Fulton Co. GA,
image of marker (date of death incorrectly inscribed is noted) courtesy of Kenneth Whitehead

His obituary from the 19 July 1911 issue of The LaFayette Sun, LaFayette, Chambers County, Alabama (courtesy of Glenda Brack):

"Death of W. B. Callahan
The friends and acquaintances of Mr. W. B. Callahan, of East Point, Ga., will regret to know that he passed away on the morning of July 11th. He had been in feeble health for more than a year, when a second stroke of paralysis ended his life. He was born and reared in this place. Some living here remember him as a boy.
           
In the war of the 60’s, when every brave southern man felt he must take part, W. B. Callahan was not left behind; and though little more than a boy in age, he joined Co. I, 37th Ala. Reg’t. and with other brave men and boys of Chambers County, he went to the front. He faithfully did his duty to the close of the war.

For a number of years, he has been a resident of East Point, Ga. In that place he was laid to rest. The deceased was a brother of Mrs. A. L. Robinson of this place."







Callen (Callin/Calden), Thomas E. W. Co A
Fairview (Eufaula City) Cemetery, Eufaula, Barbour County, AL; 27 Aug 1842 - 13 September 1920
(photo at right courtesy Doug Purcell
)

 

 


Cameron, Archibald H. Co C
Buried in Cameron's Chapel Cem., Crenshaw County Ala.; 22 Sep 1837-5 Apr 1929



Camsent, Joseph A. Co I
Soldiers Rest, southeast quadrant, Division D, Cedar Hill (City) Cem., Vicksburg; Died 30 Jun3 1863 (during siege) (photo at left courtesy Charles R. East)

Carlisle, Benjamin – Co A
Buried in Rose Hill Cem., Confederate Square Section at Macon, Bibb Co., GA

Carlisle, Joseph A. - Co I
Old Harmony Cem., Chambers County AL; 12 Aug 1840 - 18 May 1924


 


Carlisle, W.N. - Co I
Presumably buried near Calhoun, MS; His obituary from the November 25, 1910 issue of The LaFayette Sun, LaFayette, Chambers Co., Ala (courtesy of Glenda Brack):

"Death of W. N. Carlisle
News was received here last Wednesday of the death of Mr. W. N. Carlisle, which occurred at his home in Calhoun, Mississippi, August 4th
(1910). The deceased was a brother of Mr. J. A. Carlisle and was a native of this County. He was born at the old Carlisle place, three miles south of LaFayette, and moved to Mississippi about twenty-five years ago. He was a valiant Confederate soldier, serving as a member of Co. I, 37th Ala., and was wounded at the battle of Missionary Ridge on November 25, 1863."


Carlisle, Thomas Jefferson - 2nd Lt-1st Lt - Company D & I
His obituary from an unidentified newspaper, presumably The Weekly Enterprise, Enterprise, Chambers County, Ala:

"MAJOR CARLISLE BURIED AT BRUNDIDGE
    ENTERPRISE, Ala., March 8 - T. J. Carlisle one of the prominent citizens of this city, died at his home on Tuesday night about 8 o’clock, after a short illness. Death was due to heart failure.
    Major Carlisle was born in Chambers county, Alabama, March 1, 1828, where he lived until he enlisted in the Confederate army. He served with distinction throughout the war and was rapidly promoted. After the war he moved to Pike county, where he taught school for many years. He served Pike county as representative in the state senate during 1881, and, later, was state lecturer of the Alliance for three years.
    In 1901 Major Carlisle came to Enterprise, and during his residence here has taken an active part in the interests of the town. He took a strong part in politics, always working for the side which he thought was in the right, and was not afraid to stand by his convictions. He was one of the leaders in church work, and was for many years moderator of the Coffee county Baptist Association. Every progressive move for the town had him as a champion, and he worked for them as if they were his personal business interests. He was prominent in Masonic circles, and was also a member of the Odd Fellows.
    The people of Enterprise learned to respect Mr. Carlisle, many of whom called him “Uncle Tom.” He was a true Southern gentleman of the old school, polite, generous, kind and possessing chivalry that is only credited to the true Southern gentleman.
    Major Carlisle is survived by a wife and five children, Mrs. I. L. Turner, Enterprise; A. B. Carlisle, Montgomery; G. W. Carlisle, Enterprise; Brooks Carlisle, Lochapoka, and Mrs. J. Ed Smith, Enterprise.
    The body will be taken to Brundridge Thursday afternoon, where interment will be made."


Carlisle, V. Co A
Rose Hill Cem., Macon GA; Died 30 May 1864 (LIKELY SAME MAN AS "BENJAMIN CARLISLE, CO A")

Carpenter, Franklin - Co K
Confederate Cemetery, San Antonio, Bexar Co., TX, 1832 - 1906 (Conflicting data shows a date of death in 1862 while in service raising possibility of a second man with same/similar name in Company K)

Carr, E. D. - Co K
Died 20 March 1865, buried Soldiers’ Cemetery, City Cemetery, Madison GA

Carroll, James D. – Co K
Buried in unspecified location in Tallapoosa County AL, 1829-1911

Carroll, Marion W. - Co K
Oakwood Cem., Troy, Pike County AL; 20 Aug 1840 - 6 June 1905

Carter, George Washington Pvt-2nd Lt - Co H
Died 22 Nov 1909 (his 63rd birthday) and is buried at Macedonia Prim. Baptist Church Cem., Chambers County AL

 



Carter, Seaborn Green - Co E
Born 6 Feb 1845 - Died 31 March 1912 at Atmore, Escambia County, Ala., and buried across the state line at Pine Barren Baptist Church Cemetery, Century, Escambia County, Florida (7351 McElhaney Rd, Century, Fla.) according to information and photo at left provided by his granddaughter, Brenda Best Watanuki

 


Chaffin, William Alexander – Co D
Born 1 Oct 1816-Died 18 Nov 1920; Buried at Pleasant Hope Municipal Cem., Pleasant Hope, Floyd Co., GA

Chamby, Isaac S. Corporal - Co A
Died in service of unknown cause while POW at Rock Island Barracks on 19 March 1864 and buried in Grave No. 892 at Rock Island IL

Champion, Andrew Jackson - Co B
Hillibee Campground Methodist Church Cem., Tallapoosa County AL; 1842 - after 1910

Champion, William Marsh - Co B
Rendon Cem., Tarrant County TX; 1836 - 1925 - marker: "William W Champion / Company B / 37th Ala Inf CSA"


Chatfield, George H.
Capt - Co D
Westview (City) Cem., Lafayette, Chambers County AL; 1838-1909 (shown at left)

 


Childs, Simeon Washington
- Co B
Antioch Cem., Randolph County AL; 22 Feb 1825 - 12 May 1897

Chisholm, John H. - Unknown Company
Old Alexander City Cem., Tallapoosa County AL; 1835-1911


Christopher, Robert
- Co E
Died of unknown cause at Vicksburg MS 26 May 1863 (during siege) and buried in unmarked grave in Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cem., Vicksburg MS (photo courtesy Charles R. East)


Clark (Clarke), John Joseph - Co H
Clopton Methodist Church Cem., Clopton, Dale County AL (near Henry County line) - marker: "Clark, John J. Co H 37th Ala.Inf. Aug 15,1843 - May 20, 1919" (76 years)

Clifton, Anderson F. Sgt - Co E
Christian Grove Church Cem., Barbour County AL; 1827-1898

Clower, Daniel F. - Co D
Antioch Cem., Montague County, Texas (south of St. Jo) - died about 1878 - no extant marker and exact location of grave has been lost to family

Cobb, Lemuel Washington Cpl - Co D
Pine Hill Cem., Block C, Lot 302, Auburn, Lee County AL

Cole, Parker R. - Co I
Died 13 March 1863 (pre-siege) of unknown cause and buried in Grave No. 892, southeast quadrant, Division D, Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cem., Vicksburg MS

Concert (Cowsert/Clousent/Cowart?), John W. - Co B
Died in service of unknown cause and buried in unknown grave in Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cem., Vicksburg MS (SEE CAMSENT)

Conger, John H. - Co D
Died 1 April 1864 of unknown cause while POW at Rock Island Barracks and buried in Grave No. 971 at Rock Island IL

Cook, John William - Co A
Wesley Chapel Cem., Randolph County AL; 22 May 1833 - 11 April 1890

Cooley, Hughey F. - Co B
Died 27 June 1863 (siege) of unknown cause and buried in Grave No. 112 of Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cem., Vicksburg MS

Cotton, Bryant H. - Co K
Died 30 April 1864 of unknown cause while POW at Rock Island Barracks and buried in Grave No. 1076 at Rock Island IL

Cowart, Seaborn J. (L.) (I.) 3rd Sergt - Co E
Rocky Creek Methodist Church Cem. (No. 2), south of Ashford, Houston County AL - marker: "Seaborn L. Cowart Sgt. Co. E. 37th Alabama CSA"

Cowsert, John - Co B
Died 30 June 1863 (siege) and buried at Soldiers Rest, Cedar Hill (City) Cem., Vicksburg MS (SEE CAMSENT)

Craddock, Thomas H. – Co H
Buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Dallas TX; 26 Dec 1844- __ April 1932

Creamer, Daniel W. - Co E
Cypress Cem., Jackson County FL; 1848-1939

Creel, William - Co D
Bonifay Cem., Holmes County FL; 1844-1888

Crook, J.B.
– Co B
Buried in Ware Cemetery at Tolosa, Kaufman County TX; 1828-1901

Crook, William H. - Co B
Victoria Cemetery, Victoria Community, Coffee County AL - marker: "Crook, William H., Private, Co B, 37th Alabama Infantry, Apr 16 1846-Dec 17, 1934" (88 Years)

Crook, William J. Cpl - Co I
Sweet Home United Methodist Church Cem., Chambers County AL; 9 May 1831 - 23 July 1908

Cox, Jeremiah E ("Jerry") Pvt-3rd Sgt - Co B
Born 1836 - Died 1870 and buried in unspecified location in Tallapoosa County AL

Culpepper, Francis Marion - Co B
Died in service of measles at Columbus MS 25 July 1862; Requisition for one coffin at Columbus MS dated 25 July 1862; Most likely buried at Columbus MS

Culpepper, John Malcolm - Co B
Pine Forest Cem., Pine Forest, Hopkins County TX; SCV Confederate Marker placed on 30 Apr 2000 is inscribed "John Malcolm Culpepper / Co B 37th AL Inf CSA"; Born 13 Oct 1835 at Upson County GA; Died 10 Jan 1927 (92 years)

Culpepper, Robert Jefferson - Cos B & C
Corinth Cem., Joppa, Cullman County AL - marker is designated with a "Southern Cross of Honor" also described as "... a war emblem by his tomb shaped like a 3 or 4 leaf clover, made of iron or steel. He had a pocket watch with a chain & watch fob looked like the iron emblem at his grave..."


Culpepper, William Araspes
- Co B
Wadley Cem., Wadley, Randolph County AL (photo at left)

 


Culpepper, William Washington
- Co B
Mount Vernon Cem., Albertville, Marshall County AL

Culpepper, William Wesley - Co A
Culpepper Cem., Henry County AL

Curry, J.P. – Co H
Buried in Forest Academy Cem., Hopkins Co., TX 8 Dec 1844-25 Feb 1909

Danielly, John Andrew (D) - Co B
Buried in Springhill Cem., at Clay Co., AL; 1845 - 1915

Davidson, James T. – Co C
"Rev. J.T. Davidson, Sgt Co C, 37th Reg Ala Inf CSA" Buried in Union Baptist Church (Honoraville) Cem. at Crenshaw County AL; 22 June 1833-28 March 1902

Davis, Albert S. - Cos A & H
Haleburg Methodist Cem., Haleburg, Henry County AL - marker: "Albert S. Davis / Private, Co. A / 37th Alabama Infantry" 4 Feb 1845 - 24 Dec 1927 (82 years)

Davis, Augustus
– Co G
Buried in Oakwood Cemetery at Montgomery AL; 1849-1924

Davis, George - Co G
Died in service of unknown cause while POW at Camp Morton and buried in Grave No. 585 at Green Lawn Cemetery at Indianapolis IN

Davis, Jefferson Wielborn – Cos H & K
Buried in New Prospect Cemetery at Henry County AL; 10 April 1830-8 Nov 1910


Davis, John O
1st Lt-Capt - Co B
Bethelem Cem., Tallapoosa County AL; 16 Dec 1821 - 24 Apr 1902 (image at left) 


Davis, Saliman
- Co A
Died in service of unknown cause and buried in Grave No. 763 of Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cem., Vicksburg MS (photo at right, courtesy Charles R. East)


Dawsey, Thomas Jefferson
– Co A
Buried at Smyma Baptist Church Cemetery at Houston County AL; (second record shows birth) 10 Jan 1840-4 March 1919

Deal, Caleb
– Co A
Buried in Mt. Enon Baptist Church Cemetery at Houston County AL; 14 July 1827-26 Oct 1890

Deal, Ezekiel - Cos H & A
Died in service of unknown cause while POW at Rock Island Barracks and buried in Grave No. 864 at Rock Island Prison IL (listed as "Corporal" in Company A )

Deal, George - Co A
Old Mount Pisgah Cem., County Road 83, Dale County AL - marker: "Deal, George Pvt Co A 37th Ala.Inf." 26 March 1838 - 3 May 1904 (age 66 years)

Denney, David Manuel – Co B
Buried in unmarked grave at Spanish Fort, Mobile, AL; According to descendant, Stephen E. Denney, a Confederate memorial marker was placed by the family in 1978 at Wadley City Cemetery, Randolph County, AL

Dickerson, Elkaney (Elcany/Elkany/Elkem/Elkona) - Co E
Bluff Springs Baptist Church Cem. near Cowarts, Houston County AL - marker: "Elcany Dickerson Pvt. Co A. , 37th Alabama Inf." 6 May 1843 - 16 Feb 1914 (70 years)





Dowdell, James Ferguson - Colonel
Died near Auburn, Lee County AL, September 6, 1871; Buried in Pine Hill (City) Cem., Auburn, Lee County AL (52 years) photo courtesy of Charles R. East


 


 



Dorman, W L - Co I
Buried in Rock Springs Cemetery at Chambers County AL; 1842-1901 (image at left)

Draughton, John R. - Co H
Bethel Baptist Church Cem., Dale County AL; 25 Nov 1842 - 21 Apr 1908 (66 years)

Dunn, Richard J. – Co B
Buried in unspecified location at Lauderdale County MS; 1839 -1863

Dunson, James M. – Co B
Died 1881 and buried in Concord Cemetery at Randolph County AL; Second source shows same burial location, but date of 30 Aug 1883

Dupree, J. D. - Co E
Rocky Creek Methodist Church Cem., south of Ashford, Houston County AL, grave marker inscribed: "J.D. Dupree Pvt. Co. E. 37th Alabama CSA b/ July 18 1826 d/ Aug 12 1902" (76 years)


Durell, John
- Co C
KIA 19 Sep 1862 at Iuka MS and among more than 200 other Confederate dead buried in mass grave at Iuka MS (cemetery located on Spring Street) - family placed a SCV marker at the mass grave in 2003 (pictured at left) that reads: "JOHN DURELL / PVT Co C  37th ALA INF / CONFEDERATE STATES ARMY / 1815 -1862"


Eady, John W.
– Co D
Buried in Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery at Bibb County AL


Ellis, Nathan James - Co K
Mossy Grove Cem. near Troy AL - marker shows dates of 22 Nov 1832 - 14 Dec 1908; Death noted in 16 Dec 1908 issue of The Troy Messenger, Troy, Alabama (courtesy of John P. Johnston):

"Make (read Nate) Ellis died yesterday morning at his home about six miles from Troy on the Milo road, after an illness covering the past 2 or 3 years. He was perhaps 80 years of age. ... During the War Between the States, he was a valiant Confederate soldier, serving in Company "K", 37th Alabama Regiment. ..."

Engram, Edward C. – Cos C&D
Buried in Cameron Chapel Cemetery at Clay County AL; 7 Sep 1835-13 Nov 1912 - photo courtesy of Janice Merrill Johnt

Evans, Claiborne E. – Co G
Buried in City Cemetery at Wortham, Limestone County TX

Evans, Elisha
– Co B
Buried in County Line Baptist Church Cemetery at Clay County, AL

Fagan, B.J. – Co F
Buried in Hurricane Creek Cemetery at Choctaw County AL

Fannin, Joseph Brown 2nd Lt-1st Lt (Surgeon) - Co K
Murphree Family Cem., Troy AL

Farnell, Robert J. - Co F
Mt Zion United Methodist Church Cem., County Road 43, Covington County AL (near Straughn School) - marker: "Robert J Farnell / Co F, 37th Alabama Infantry"

Flannagan, Thomas Adam - Co D
Believed buried in unmarked grave in Pine Hill Cemetery, Auburn, Lee County, AL (his father William Flannagan known burial located there)


Flowers, F. H. - Co K
Died in service of unknown cause and buried in Grave No. 974 of Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cem., Vicksburg MS (photo courtesy Charles R. East)

Floyd, J.J. – Co F
Died 7 Dec 1864 buried in Magnolia Cemetery, Confederate Rest, Row 6, No. 25 at Mobile AL

Floyd, John J. – Co F
Buried in Salem Church (also Pleasant Plains Church) Cem. at Hobny, south of Clayton, Barbour Co., AL; 1 Nov 1843-25 July 1881


 


Floyd (Floyed), J. M. - Co F
Died in service of unknown cause and buried in unknown grave in Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cem., Vicksburg MS (photo courtesy Charles R. East)


Flozea, Unknown
- Co B
Died in service of unknown cause and buried in unknown grave in Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cem., Vicksburg MS

 


 





 


Forrester, Benjamin Albert - Co A
Marker: "B.A. Forrester Apr 28, 1843 - Dec 13, 1911"
Cowarts Baptist Cem. (4 miles East of Dothan AL) - photo courtesy of Sam Forrester

 

 




Forrester, Joseph Duncan - Co A
Marker: "Joe D. Forrester Jan 8, 1841 - Jan 14, 1918 Asleep in Jesus"
Cowarts Baptist Cem. (4 miles East of Dothan AL) - photo courtesy of Sam Forrester



Fortune, Elijah – Co K
Born 11 Feb 1840 - Died 22 Feb 1920, and buried in Center Ridge Methodist Church Cem. at Pike Co. AL, County Rd 2270 (SE off Hwy 87 between Troy and Elba AL)




Foster, Clark Walker 1st Sgt-Ord Sgt-2nd Lt-1st Lt-Capt - Co D
Died 8 Aug 1898 at Old Hickory TN and is buried there in Old Hickory Confederate Cemetery (Hermitage, TN)
(photo courtesy of Peggy & Kenneth Johnston)


 



Foyer, William H. Pvt-3rd Sgt - Co F
Eufaula City Cem., Eufaula AL - marker: "William H Foyer, Co F, 37th Ala" 6 March 1813 - 11 Oct 1878 (65 years)






Franklin, Green Berry Co C
Died in service of unknown cause and buried in unknown grave in Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cem., Vicksburg MS (photo courtesy Charles R. East)

 








Galoway W. Co A
Died in service of unknown cause and buried in unknown grave in Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cem., Vicksburg MS (photo courtesy Charles R. East)


 

 


Galloway, William J. – Co A
Buried in Concord Church Cemetery at Tallapoosa Co. AL; 3 March 1842-15 Dec 1920

Garlington, John Wesley ("Wes") Co I
Born 1846-Died 1924; Buried in Elmwood Cemetery at Bowie, Montague County, TX, image of his grave marker available here.





Garlington, Thomas Conway Co I
Born Dec 8, 1844 - Died Jan 18,, 1924
Buried at Camp Hill Cem., Tallapoosa Co., AL (photo at left)

 


Garlington, Henry Washington Pvt-Sgt - Co I
Born 20 Oct 1839 - Died 30 June 1911, and buried at Midway Methodist Cemetery, west of LaFayette, Chambers County, Alabama; An image of marker posted on "Find A Grave."

Garrett, Matthew T (P) Co G
Died 24 Nov 1903 and buried at Farmville Cem., Lee County AL - marker: "PVT MATTHEW T GARRETT / CO G / 37 ALA REGT / CSA" (photo on Burials section introduction page, courtesy of John Simmons)

Gilstrap, Benjamin F. – Co E
Buried in unmarked grave in Mississippi Confederate Cemetery at Lauderdale Springs, Lauderdale County MS

Gilstrap, John W.
Private - Company E
Rocky Creek Methodist Church Cem., south of Ashford, Houston County AL - marker: "John W. Gilstrap Pvt. Co E. 37th Alabama Inf. CSA b/ Aug 21 1830 d/ Sept 22 1880" (50 years)

Gilstrap,William M. Co E
Rocky Creek Methodist Church Cem., south of Ashford, Houston County AL - marker: "William M. Gilstrap Pvt Co. E. 37th Alabama Infantry CSA"

Glanton, William Henry – Co H
Buried in Sandlin Cemetery at Limestone County AL; 3 June 1840-15 May 1916

Glass, Levi – Co H
Buried in unspecified location at Lauderdale County MS, 1826-1914

Glover, John R. Co H
Died in service of unknown cause most likely in 1862 and buried at Friendship Cemetery in Columbus MS,

Glover, Samuel D. P. – Co H
Died in service of unknown cause most likely in 1862 and buried in unknown grave at Columbus MS

Godwin, John Daniel – Co C
Reportedly buried in Godwin Cemetery, located east of Leon, AL, formerly part of Covington County, now Crenshaw County (SW corner of Section 24, Township 7, Range 16); Grave marker inscribed: "John D. Godwin, Sept 29, 1824 - Aug 10, 1914"



Golden (Goldon), Thomas – Co H
Died in service of unknown cause at Vicksburg MS 16 May 1863 (siege); Record Book of J.Q. Arnold List of Confederate Soldiers from Alabama Buried in Vicksburg, Miss. as buried in "Hospital No. 1. Grave No. 1"; ALSO Grave No. 1098 of Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cemetery, Vicksburg MS (photo courtesy Charles R. East)

Goodson, Noel H. – Co B
Buried in Enterprise Methodist Cemetery near Parrot, Terrell Co. GA

Goolsby, W.M. – Co K
Buried in Confederate Memorial Park Cemetery No. 1, Chilton County AL; 1842-11 Feb 1905

Graham, James Co E
Died in service of unknown cause on unknown date in 1862 and is and buried at Vaiden City Cem., Vaiden, Carroll County MS - marker: "Graham, James / Pvt. Co E 37th Ala Inf CSA/ 1828 - 1862" (34 years)

Granberry, Benjamin F Co G
According to family, born May 20, 1845 and died Mar 10, 1908, and buried at Fouke, Miller County, Arkansas

Granger, James W. 3rd Lt-Bvt 2nd Lt-1st Lt - Co E
Antioch Assembly of God in Houston County, AL - marker: "James W. Granger / Lieutenant / Co E / 37th Ala" born 29 Nov 1840 - died 31 July 1911 in Grangerburg, Houston County, AL (71 years)

Granger, John Willis, Jr. Co E
Friendship United Methodist Church Cem., Ashford, Houston County AL - marker: "John W. Granger Pvt. Co. E. 37th Alabama CSA - b/ Nov 17, 1837 d/ Dec 16,1900" (63 years)

Grant, H. Augustus J. 2nd Cpl - Co F
Buried in the Old Salem Cem., Bullock County (originally Pike) AL

Granger, Voltier Thomas – Co E
Born 23 July 1844/45 - Died 22 July 1922, buried in Antioch Assembly of God Church Cem., Houston Co., AL

Grantham, J. Co C
Died in service of unknown cause and buried in unknown grave in Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cemetery, Vicksburg MS; LIKELY A.J. (ANDREW J.) GRANTHAM - KIA at VICKSBURG

Grantham, James M Co F
Forest Hill Cem., Confederate Rest, Baton Rouge LA

Gray, Joseph M. – Co A
Buried in Sardis Cemetery, Hot Spring County, Ark.

Green, Edgar W. – Co B
Buried in Oakwood Cemetery at Richmond, Henrico Co., VA

Grice, John Jackson Co B
Died 1907 at Broken Bow OK and buried there.

Griffin, John G. 3rd Cpl - Co A & G
Pleasant Grove Baptist (also Methodist) Church Cem., west of Abbeville, Henry County AL - marker: "John Griffin Corpl Co A. 37th Alabama CSA / Oct 12 1844 - March 14 1927" (83 years) -second source shows death 26 Oct 1929

Griffin, Houston ("House") Lamar Co G
Died 1913 at Roanoke AL and presumably buried there

Grimes, Willis N. – Co K
Buried in Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Confederate Section, Holmes County MS



Grout, Oscar DeMell – Co D
Buried in Pine Hill (City) Cemetery, Block C, Lot 329 at Auburn, Lee County AL; 1 Nov 1844-21 May 1910. 

Marker at left reads: "Drum Major / Oscar D. Grout / Co D / 37 Ala Inf"

(Photos courtesy Charles R. East)


 



Gunning, William P. – Co G
Buried in (Canton) City Cemetery, Canton MS

Hadaway, James D Pvt/Drummer - Co G
Wehadkee Cem., Troup County GA; Died 5 Feb 1909

Haddox, Elizah G. – Co A
Buried in Antioch Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Row 3, Conecuh County AL

Halls, William
– Co C
Buried in (Canton) City Cemetery, Canton MS

Halstead, Caleb Ogden
– Co A
Buried in Memphis Baptist Cem. (County Rd 19), at Dothan, Houston Co., AL; 15 May 1840-3 Jan 1883

Ham, Ambrose Allen
– Co A
Buried in Kinsey Cemetery at Houston County AL; 16 Aug 1838-3 Sep 1922


Hamilton, Loyd Jackson
Pvt - Co B
Mar 12, 1843-Feb 3, 1910 buried Rocky Mount Cemetery, Tallapoosa County Alabama


Hammack, Benjamin Hampton – Co I
Buried in Old Rocky Mount Baptist Church Cem., Tallapoosa Co., AL; 1846-1901

Hammack Jesse Thomas
Co H Blakely City Cem., Early County, GA


Hamner, Lovic P. Captain - Co B
Mount Pisgah Cem., LaFayette AL; excerpt from his obituary of the The LaFayette Sun 1912: "The funeral occurred at Mount Pisgah on Saturday... His body was deposited in the adjoining cemetery with Masonic honors." - marker: "DR. L. P. HAMNER"



Hand, Elihu Pvt - Co B
Rocky Mount Cemetery Tallapoosa County, 13 Nov 1833 - 1 Aug 1863
(shown at left)


 


Harkness, Robert J. – Co I
Buried in Arcadia City Cemetery, Bienville Parish LA, 6 May 1839-23 July 1886

Harman, Leonard Walter ("Walt") Pvt-3rd Cpl - Co G
Died at Marcoot AL 17 Jan 1901 and buried at Macedonia Prim. Baptist Church Cem., Chambers Co., AL



Harmon, Elias Co G
Died 17 July 1918 at Marcoot, Chambers County AL; Buried at Macedonia Prim. Baptist Church Cem.(Photo at left)

 


Harmon, John B Co G
Died 1918 at Marcoot, Chambers County AL and buried at Macedonia Prim. Baptist Church Cem. - marker is marble Confederate tombstone (Photo at right)

 



 







Harris, Cary A. Co A
Died in service of unknown cause and buried in Grave No. 972 of Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cem., Vicksburg MS (photo courtesy Charles R. East)





Hartley, William J.
Co C
Bethel/Bush Field Cemetery, Covington County AL - marker: "Wm J. Hartley Co C 37th Ala Inf"



Hartsugg (Hartsugg/Hardzog), W. D. Co H
Died in service of unknown cause Jan 31, 1863 and buried in Grave No. 725 of Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cem., Vicksburg MS (photo at left courtesy of Charles R. East)

 

Hasten, Zachariah Roscoe ("Zack") Co A
Buried in Hasting Cemetery, Ardmore, Limestone County, Ala. - marker reads: "Zack Hasten" with dates 4 Nov 1839-25 July 1896

Hatton, J.H. – Co K
Died 12 March 1865 and buried in Hollywood Cem., Richmond, Henrico Co., VA

Haywood, John H. Co H
Fellowship Baptist Church Cem., south of Abbeville, Henry County AL - marker: "John H. Haywood Co. H. 37th Alabama CSA"

Helms, David Leroy Co C
Buried in Providence Cem. at Marion County GA, original marker: "He was a friend to his country and a beliver in Christ" date of birth 20 May 1835 (original marker was broken and replaced)

Helton, John Co A
Confederate Cem., LaGrange GA

Helton, William A. – Co A
Buried in Oakland Cemetery at Atlanta GA

Henderson, Green C.
– Co D
Died 28 Sep 1882 and buried in Pine Hill Cemetery, Block B, Lot 240 at Auburn, Lee County AL

Henderson, John W. – Co A
Died 11/12 Dec 1863 and is one of 260 Confederates buried in unmarked graves of Confederate Square at Rose Hill Cem., Macon, Bibb Co., GA as his name appears as such on a list of those buried there from Macon Daily Telegraph of 26 Apr 1866

Henderson, Robert J. – Co H
Buried in Ramah Cemetery at Shelby County TX, 11 Jan 1831 - 2 March 1910

Herring, William H. Co G
Eastside Cem., (downtown) Headland, Henry County AL, grave marker inscribed: "William H. Herring Pvt. Co. G. 37th Alabama CSA" 21 June 1843 - 27 June 18__ (looks like 34)"

Hewell (Hewitt), James S. – Co G
Buried in Texas State Cemetery, Confederate Field, Section 3, Row B, No. 31 at Austin TX, b. 1845 - 6 Sep 1937

Hill, Hartwell Spain – Co G
Buried in Black's Chapel Church Cem., Clay Co., AL;  7 June 1838-1 Dec 1910

Hilson, John – Co A
Died 6 Nov 1863 and buried in Grave No. 6, Row 1, at Stonewall Cem., LaGrange GA

Holder (Houlder), Ira John Co H & K
Died 5 Aug 1864 while POW, and buried in grave No. 1239 at Chicago City Cemetery (now Oak Woods Cemetery, Confederate Mound, Chicago IL)

Holland, Jesse Co A
Pine Level Baptist Church Cem., County Road 33, north of Blue Springs AL - marker: "Jesse Holland / Pvt., Co A, 37th Ala." 3 Apr 1836 - 18 May 1908 (72 years)

Holland, John Co A
Wounded in action at Corinth MS and died in service of wounds at Oxford MS 11 or 14 Nov and buried there on 14 Nov 1862

Holton, Mark – Co A
Died 17 June 1863 and buried in Grave No. 50 of Soldier's Rest plot, Cedar Hill (City) Cemetery at Vicksburg MS

Hough (Huff), John Crawford Co G
Buried in unspecified location in NW Louisiana - marker: "John C. Houge / Co. G / 37th Ala Inf / C.S.A."

Hutto, James L. – Co E
Died 9 Feb 1863 and buried in Elmwood Cem., Soldiers Rest section at Memphis TN, born ca 1844

Ivy, James W. Co C
Died in service of unknown cause and buried in unknown grave in Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cem., Vicksburg MS; Claim for deceased soldier filed 28 Oct 1863 by Lucinda Ivey, widow

Jackson, John Walker Williams (J.W.W.) Captain - Co A
Buried in the Orion Community (AL); Born 3 April 1809 - Died 1 February 1899 at Pike County AL


Jarrell (Jorrell/Jarrold), Joseph Co I
Died in service of unknown cause and buried in Grave No. 116 of Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cem., Vicksburg MS (photo courtesy Charles R. East)


Jennings, Archibald J. – Cos B&C
Buried in Eagle Creek Cemetery at Tallapoosa County AL, 3 Aug 1833-3 April 1922

Jetter, Jefferson – Co C
Buried in Cypress Cem., Jackson Co., FL; 1819-1906

Johnson, Green Berry - Co A
Rocky Creek Methodist Church Cem., south of Ashford, Houston County AL – marker: "Green B. Johnson Pvt Co. A. 37th Alabama CSA"



Johnston, Samuel Suggs Co B
Macedonia Prim. Baptist Church Cem., Chambers County AL, marker inscribed "Samuel Johnston / Co B / 37th ALA" dates March 25, 1837-Jan 4, 1918 (image at left)


 

Johnson, Thomas – Co F
Buried in Pleasant Hill Primitive Baptist Church Cem., Needmore Rd near Troy, Pike Co AL, 6 March 1841-7 Aug 1910

Jones, J. D. Co K
Died in service of unknown cause and buried in Grave No. 102 of Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cem., Vicksburg MS







Jones, Lenara D. Co H
Died in service of unknown cause and buried in Grave No. 79 of Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cem., Vicksburg MS (photo courtesy Charles R. East)

Jones, Rufus H. – Co A
Buried in Union Cemetery at Woodville, Jackson County AL, 1824-1885

Jones, Samuel D.
unknown company
Buried in unspecified location at Wayne County MS, 1843-1920

Jones, Thomas Co H
Jones Family Cem. on County Road 89 (north of Eufaula AL) - marker: "Thomas Jones / Pvt., Co H, 37th Ala." 14 Apr 1833 - 17 Sep 1867 (34 years)

Jones, William W. Co E
Newville City Cem., Newville, Henry County AL - marker: "William W. Jones Co. E. 37th Alabama CSA - b/ Nov 14 1836 d/ Dec 21 1919" (82 years)

Jordan, John William Pouncey - Co A
Marker for "J.W.P. Jordan, Private, Co A, 37th Ala. Inf." located in Consolation Cem. (County Road 725) Coffee County AL. Photo of marker, courtesy of Chris Bryant, located at: "Find A Grave."

Jordan (Jordon), Christopher Edward ("Kit")  Co B
Mt Zion Cem., Cleburne County, AR

Jordan (Jordon), Dennis Rivers Co B
Lone Oak Cem., Hunt County, Texas - HAS U.S.A. MARKER, SEE HIS BIO

Jordon, Wiley Franklin Jr.
– Co A
Buried at Smyrna Baptist Church Cem., Smyrna, Henry Co., AL

Kent, Absolom R.
– Co G
Buried in Marble City Cemetery at Sylacauga, Talledega County AL; 11 Nov 1844-15 Sep 1925


Kent, J. P.
Co G
Died in service of unknown cause and buried in Grave No. 946 of Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cem., Vicksburg MS; POSSIBLY SAME MAN AS JOHN T. KENT ALSO OF CO. G (photo courtesy Charles R. East)


Kerby (Curby), Matthew Co K
Died in service of unknown cause and buried in Grave No. 44 of Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cem., Vicksburg MS

King, Berry J. (Berry F.) Co H
Mt. Zion Prim. Baptist Church Cem. (County Road 65 approx 5 miles south of Shorterville AL/6 miles east of Abbeville AL) - marker: "Berry King / Born 1845 - Died 1912 / 37th Alabama Regt. Company H" (67 years)

Kirkland, Nathan C. – Co C
Died 14 Aug 1911, buried at Camerons Chapel, Crenshaw Co AL

Kirkland, William B. Co A
Union Springs Cem., County Road 73 - west of Newville, Henry County AL - marker: "William W. Kirkland Pvt Co. A. 37th Alabama CSA - b/ Aug 15 1830 d/ Sept__ 1911" (81 years)

Kirksey, Noah Jackson Co C
Rumbley Cem., Peterman AL


Lamar, Alfred G. Co D
Buried in Westview (LaFayette City) Cemetery, Section 3, LaFayette, Chambers County AL gravemarker inscribed "ALFRED G. LAMAR / CO. D / 37TH REG. ALA. VOL." (photo at left)
 

Landrum, James A. – Co F
Born 30 Oct 1844-Died 12 Apr 1905 and buried in Peachtree Baptist Cem., near Atlanta, DeKalb Co, GA

Lassiter (Lasseter), William M. Co B & C
Died in service of unknown cause and buried in unknown grave in Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cem., Vicksburg MS

Lassiter (Lasseter), Young J. – Co E
Buried at Center Ridge Methodist Church, Pike Co AL; 11 Oct 1836-10 Jan 1923

Layne, William J. – Co E
Buried in Moon Cemetery at Madison County AL, 1823-1862

Ledbetter, Cicero M.S. – Co A
Buried in Oakwood Cem., Montgomery Co., AL (no dates)

Lee, Benjamin Lunsford Co C
Bush Field Cem., Covington County AL - marker: "Apr. 7, 1834 - Jan. 11, 1908 / Pvt. Co. C, 37th Alabama Infantry" (74 years)

Lee, George W. Co C
Elizabeth Primitive Baptist Church at McKenzie AL - marker: "Elder George W. LEE CONFEDERATE VETERAN / United Daughters of Confederacy Iron Marker / Company C - 37th Alabama Infantry in The Confederate States of America Army-Deo Vindice / born October 30, 1844 Died May 6, 1908" (64 years)

Lession, W. H. Co F
Died in service of unknown cause and buried in unknown grave in Soldiers Rest plot of Cedar Hill (City) Cemetery, Vicksburg MS

Lewis, George W. Cpl-Sgt - Co H
Bethel Baptist Church, Dale County AL - marker: "Lewis,G.W. Co F 37th Ala.Inf. Jan 2,1838 - Oct 8, 1905" (67 years)

Lewis, John R. - Co H
Pennington Cemetery, Pennington, Trinity County TX - CSA marker 12 Aug 1831 - 4 Jan 1901



Lewis, Joshua Jones Flournoy Co B
Died 1885 and buried at Rocky Mount Prim. Baptist Church at Daviston AL - marker: "Jones F. Lewis a kind husband, dedicated father, loyal soldier and dedicated Christian" (SCV marker shown at left)

 


Lewis, Stephen B. - Co H
Pond Bethel Cemetery, (near Texasville) Barbour County AL; 12 June 1833 - 28 Jan 1922



Lewis, Thomas Henry 3rd Sergt Co B
Rocky Mount Prim. Baptist Church at Daviston
marker: "Sgt Thomas H Lewis / B Company / 37th Alabama"
(photo at right)

 





Lewis, Thomas J.
– Co B
Buried Rocky Mount Cem., Tallapoosa Co., AL; 1827-1885

Lingo, Richard B. Co H & B
Clopton Methodist Church Cem., Dale/Henry county line in AL.

Linzey, James F. – Co F
Buried in Mt. Moriah Church Cem. at Pike County AL; 20 Aug 1831-7 July 1895

Locke, David J. Co E
Eastside Cem., (downtown) Headland, Henry County AL - marker: "David Locke Pvt. Co. E. 37th Alabama CSA - b/ Feb 1 1820 d/ June 18 1902" (1820 must be a misread or two men of same name, 1840 makes him 22 at enlistment when he stated age as 19) (82 years)

Lock, Joseph E. (L.) Co E
Lawrenceville Baptist Church Cem., Henry County AL - marker: "J.E. Locke / Co. E, 37th Alabama Inf." 30 June 1845 - 6 Nov 1925 (80 years)

Looser, Joseph F.
– Co I
Buried in Bibby Family Cemetery at Chambers County AL, 29 Nov 1843-13 Jan 1923

Lunceford, William P. Co H
Died in service of unknown cause and buried in Grave No. 10418 in City Cemetery, Nashville TN

37th Alabama Burials
Burials: Mallard-Yates

 

37th Alabama Regiment of Volunteer Infantry CSA
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