Lisa, the following is a list of men who enlisted in the Al Coast Guard shortly   after Lincoln's inaugeration. (Mar 4, 1860) They were supposedly one of the first volunteer units of the Confederate services in the state. These men signed up for 12 months. At the end of the 12 months they disbanded and most joined the various Confederate Calvary Units, in and around Mobile.  From records located in the Al Archives.

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Capt. J. M. Rabby

1st Lieut. S. Carpenter 1st Corp. Joseph Deakle

1st Lieut. Albert Lamey 2nd Corp. U. Franklin

!st Sgt. John Laurendine 3rd Corp. James Anderson

2nd Sgt. John Smee 4th Corp. Dave Sumerlin

3rd Sgt. E. Deakle



Valrey Bousarge James Slater

Calvin Bousarge Newton Slater

Theodore Bosarge Geo. Braddock

Julias Bosarge John A. Wells

Valroy Bosarge August. Green

Meyan Bousarge Richard Tillman

Alexander Clark John Tillman

Thomas Clark John Bryant

Denny Bousarge Hubbard Bryant

J. B. Bosarge Geo. Graham

John Pool John Ladnier

Robert Wintzell Antoine Ladnier

John McCay Joseph Barrille

Francis Riva E. C. Rabby

Francis Dillatory Surie Bousarge

Benja. Powell Clarzier Bousarge

David Sumerlin John Lamey

James Baird John Watson

John Barber Geo. Terry

August Ryan Geo. Terry

Bebe Ryan John Steiner

Isaac Chadwick William Steiner



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