"I certify on Honor that this Muster Roll shows the whole number and true condition at this date, of Captain A. J. Derby's Company K 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. A. J. Derby, Capt, Commanding the Company.
MUSTER ROLL, Of Captain A. J. Derby's Company K 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 Derby, A. J. Capt. 26 Ala. Tuscaloosa Child, W. A. 1 Lieut. Ala. Tuscaloosa Moseley, S. 2 Lieut. 23 Ala. Tuscaloosa Holland, Thomas 3 Lieut. Ala. Tuscaloosa Fausch, H. A. 1 Sergt. 25 Ala. Tuscaloosa Owen, W. M. 2 Lieut. 26 Ala. Tuscaloosa Sharp, S. A. 3 Sergt. Ala. Tuscaloosa Shelton, Thomas 4 Sergt. Ala. Tuscaloosa Kingesy, A. J. 5 Sergt. 23 Ala. Tuscaloosa Fox, E. W. 1 Copl. 26 Ala. Tuscaloosa Miller, Sam'l. 2 Copl. 24 Ala. Tuscaloosa Anderson, G. J. 3 Copl. 21 Ala. Tuscaloosa Anderson, J. L. 4 Copl. 24 Ala. TuscaloosaPRIVATES: NAME AGE STATE COUNTY Bainet, Jasper 26 Ala. Tuscaloosa Buckner, W. A. 27 Ala. Tuscaloosa Bruner, L[evi] Ala. Tuscaloosa Bowen, G. W. 18 Ala. Tuscaloosa Barker, W. N. Ala. Tuscaloosa Barker, T. J. Ala. Tuscaloosa Brown, J. Z. 18 Ala. Tuscaloosa Croft, E. D. 50 Ala. Tuscaloosa Cook, J. 30 Ala. Tuscaloosa Cox, ? L. Ala. Tuscaloosa Cox, G. W. 16 Ala. Tuscaloosa Cuningham, B. E. Ala. Tuscaloosa Cuningham, A. L. 26 Ala. Tuscaloosa Curry, J. 40 Ala. Tuscaloosa Cooper, O. 26 Ala. Tuscaloosa Ceibell, C. A. Ala. Tuscaloosa Dodson, J. A. Ala. Tuscaloosa Dodson, E. F. 27 Ala. Tuscaloosa Dodson, W. J. Ala. Tuscaloosa Doster, B. 19 Ala. Tuscaloosa Erwin, C, D. 18 Ala. Tuscaloosa Earranso? ? M. ?? Ala. Tuscaloosa (on fold line of Roll) Edwards, E. M. 23 Ala. Tuscaloosa Greene, J. T. 35 Ala. Tuscaloosa Gosa, J. A. 25 Ala. Tuscaloosa Gosa, A. M. 22 Ala. Tuscaloosa Gosa, W. W. 30 Ala. Tuscaloosa [Hambin, J. H] Herring, E. 28 Ala. Tuscaloosa Houston, J. W. 21 Ala. Tuscaloosa Howten, S. 19 Ala. Tuscaloosa James, T. E. 27 Ala. Tuscaloosa [Howton, J. C.] Jennings, A. 23 Ala. Tuscaloosa Jennings, M. 18 Ala. Tuscaloosa Keziah, W. W. 19 Ala. Tuscaloosa Loveless, O. G. 29 Ala. Tuscaloosa Lawless, S. L. Ala. Tuscaloosa [Lawrence, F.] Morrison, J. 32 Ala. Tuscaloosa Moses, [Thos.] M. 35 Ala. Tuscaloosa Manderson, G. W. 36 Ala. Tuscaloosa Manning, P. C. 35 Ala. Tuscaloosa McCran, W. 33 Ala. Tuscaloosa Miller, W. W. 26 Ala. Tuscaloosa McDonald, W. 18 Ala. Tuscaloosa Norwood, H. B. Ala. Tuscaloosa Nevill, J. 26 Ala. Tuscaloosa [Newell, John A.] Pate, J. E. Ala. Tuscaloosa Price, J. W. 33 Ala. Tuscaloosa Price, B. F. 30 Ala. Tuscaloosa Price, R. 23 Ala. Tuscaloosa Poartor, W. J. Ala. Tuscaloosa Perkins, J. G. 25 Ala. Tuscaloosa Perkins, J. W. 21 Ala. Tuscaloosa Perkins, T. A. 23 Ala. Tuscaloosa [Perkins, William S.] Raybourne, J. W. Ala. Tuscaloosa Ray, G. J. 23 Ala. Tuscaloosa Rogers, S. A. 33 Ala. Tuscaloosa Snider, Jacob 25 Ala. Tuscaloosa Samsing, W. H. 21 Ala. Tuscaloosa Sellars, H. Ala. Tuscaloosa Sizemore, W. M. Ala. Tuscaloosa Thomas, F. W. G. 21 Ala. Tuscaloosa Taylor, J. B. Ala. Tuscaloosa Vaughn, W. M. 18 Ala. Tuscaloosa Williams, J. 26 Ala. TuscaloosaThis 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.
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Bruner, Levi. Bruner enlisted on April 4, 1862, in Company K, 36th Alabama Volunteers with . J. Derby as Captain. Bruner died July 27, 1862, while stationed in Mobile, Alabama. E-mail researcher
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Lawrence, F. A headstone marked F. Lawrence, Company K, 36th Alabama Regiment is in Row 4, Confederate Rest, Magnolia Cemetery, Mobile, Alabama. (back to Muster Roll).
Hambin, J. H. Although he did not appear on the May 1862 Muster Roll, documents show that J. H. Hambin later joined Company K oaf the 36th Alabama. He was captured and held as a Prisoner of War at Rock Island, Illinois. Private Hambin died on March 3, 1864, and is buried at Rock Island in grave number 686. (back to Muster Roll)
Moses, Thos. M. Thomas M. Moses was 35 when he enlisted in Company K of the 36th Alabama. He was later captured and died as a Prisoner of War at Rock Island, Illinois, on March 6, 1865. He is buried in grave number 1,914. (back to Muster Roll)
Newell, John A. Born about 1837 in Tuscaloosa County, he enlisted about 1862 in Derby's Company, Co. K, 36th Alabama. Newell died about April 11, 1862, and his widow Emily Newell is listed on the Lamar County pension rolls on July 4, 1862. Newell was listed as a "teamster." E-mail the submitter
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Perkins, Williams S. The Lamar County Pension records book, page 56, lists William S. Perkins. His wife, Margaret L. Perkins, is approved for Class 3 Pension # 19085 on page 57. (back to Muster Roll)
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