CSA - Thirteenth Alabama Infantry (Company A)
Contributed by Gail Luker Allred, BGAllred@aol.com, SEP 2001
From the Southern Republic
T. C. Brewer, Editor
Camden, Alabama, Saturday July 13th, 1861
“Alabama River Rangers” - (Company A - 13th Alabama)
This fine company left here on Sunday last for Virginia. They took the
steamer, Coquette, at Bridgeport, Alabama River, about 8 o’clock, p. m. The
company is one of the best that has yet left the state, and is well
officered. We have many warm friends amongst them, and hope to see them, all
return to their homes to enjoy that sweet peace which neither they nor their
country have ever broken. The following is a list of the officers and
Muster Roll of the Alabama River Rangers, as mustered into the service of the
Confederate States of America, July 7th, 1861.
Captain Reginanld A. Dawson, 1st Lieutenant James D. Clark, 2nd
Lieutenant Williard H. Andrews, 3rdLieutenant Samuel Sellers; 1st Sergeant
Stephen J. Jones, 2nd Sergeant Wm. R. McArthur, 3rd Sergeant JacksonWelch,
4th Sergeant Octavius Victor, 1st Corporal Calvin C. Sellars, 2nd Corporal
John W. Rentz, 3rd Corporal
John T. Cook, 4th Corporal Walter R. Primm.
Privates: J. B. Avritt, A. Baggett, P. Baggett, T. J. Bolton, D. F. C.
Brooks, J. B. Burns, W. A. Carr, J. Baggett, E. J. Bailey, N. H. Brantley, W.
W. Burford, V. H. Carstarphen, C. F. Carstarphen, A. C. Clark, J. Chambers,
J. G. Cook, Wm. Crook, F. M. Day, W. A. Dezter, J. M. Dunn, T. J. Dunn, L. D.
Edins, J. Enzer, W. A. Estes, E. G. Farish, S. H. Garner, A. Bullett, E.
Hadox, I. Handly, J. Harville, G. S. Harville, I. H. Hayes, W. D. Hicks, F.
Holcomb, B. J. Holcomb, Henry Holt, G. Higgins, C. Hutchinson, J. T. Jordon,
James T. Jordon, F. G. Jones, W. I. H. Johnson, James Kane, Jessie Kersy, W.
T. Kersey, W. P. Luker, C. Manor, H. Martin, Hezekiah Martin, P. McArthur,
J. W. McCaskey, A. McCaskill, C. McCaskill, D. McLaughlin, A. J. Miller, G.
S. Miller, John Morgan, J. L. Moore, Eli Nettles, J. W. Neville, R. P.
Neville, John J. Pierce, J. W. Reaves, B. Rieard, E. W. Roach, J. D. Roach,
E. C. Robinson, J. T. Robinson, T. J. Saddler, S. P. Sellars, J. B. Skinner,
J. H. Smith, S. D.Smith, Robert Tait, S. Tarver, C. Tebbs, N. Thornly, b. F.
Voltz, W. L. Walker, C. H. Warley, G. Williams, John Williams, T. C.
Williams, A. M. Williamson, E. M. Williamson, J. S. Wingate, S. B. Woodson. "
(additional information on William P. Luker from this unit:)
William P. Luker - Confederate Millitary Record - State Archives - Pvt. -
Company A - 13th Alabama
Infantry - Date/Place of Enlistment - July 5, 1861 - Camden, alabama - Born
in Alabama, age 34, married,
farmer at Camden, Alabama - Wounded - lost arm, 24th August 1864
*Authority - Historical record roll signed at Petersburg, Va. on Jan. 1st,
Absent sick at:
Siege of Yorktown to Falling Waters, July 14, 1863? included.
Present at :
Gaines Crossroads July 25, 1863
Bristow Station October 14, 1863
Mine Run November 27, 1863
Absent without leave at;
Wilderness May 5, 1864 to Spottsylvania, CH - May 12, 1864 included.
Bethesda Church June 3, 1864
Davis Farm August 18, 1864
Davis Farm August 19, 1964
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