RE: WETUMPKA BUSINESS OWNERS
...Jas B. Taylor, Leeper and Fleming, Peter and Levi, T. L. Hudgins, BLASINGHAM HAGGERTY, Richard Smott, William and James Trimble...
RE: Confederate War
The feeling of war was in the very air in 1860 and the military spirit ran high. "The Wetumpka Light Guard" was a volunteer Company already existing. "The Wetumpka Light Dragons" was organized in August, 1860, with Leander Bryant, Captain; R. E. House, 1st Lt.; R. M. Cain, 2nd Lt.; W. S. Cunningham, 3rd Lt.; W. O. HAGGERTY, 1st Sergt.;....
RE: Sixty First Alabama Regiment
There was a Coosa Co. C in this regiment with JULIUS P. HAGGERTY, captain. He was retired and C. C. Long became captain. Colonel Hill was captured ay Petersburg. There are no records of the company to be reached. HAGGERTY was of the prominent family so long known about Wetumpka.
I am a decendant of William Haggerty Jr. and Mary Bishop through their daughter Nancy who married William Hamilton Weaver. If you have good info on William Haggerty Sr. and Sarah Lanham would like to see it.
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