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Lt. J. Henry McFerrin, 26th Alabama
Posted by: Tod Molesworth Date: February 05, 2000 at 19:43:43
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Am looking for bio information on the McFerrin boys of Company G, 26th Alabama. Would love any wartime photos 1st but any other photos would be appreciated.
This is a brief of what I have.

J. Henry McFerrin, 2nd Lt.
Wounded at Gettysburg and Peach Tree Creek. His wife Susan applied for pension in Hinds County, MS. in 1900 and again in Tallahatchie County, MS. in 1916.

Lewis Lycurgus McFerrin
Mortally wounded at the Battle of Seven Pines on May 31, 1862 and died in Richmond on June 3, 1862. Deceased claim filed by his father John B. McFerrin.

George W.
Born in Walker County, AL. Discharged on Jan. 3, 1863 due to Bronchitis. Enlisted in Jefferson County, AL.

John D.
Enlisted March 19, 1864 (which means he was young). Paroled in Talledega, AL. June 15, 1865. Later applied for pension in Itawamba County, MS. in 1924.

Levi M.
Enlisted October 28, 1861. Paroled in Talledega, AL. on June 16, 1865. His widow applied for pension in Tallahatchie County, MS. in 1924.

William W.
Enlisted August 5, 1861 at 5 11 3/4 inches tall. Survived Small Pox and Anasarca. Don't know if he survived the war as there is no record of him after a posting in Georgia in April, 1864,

Would love to find out which ones are brother (maybe all of them). Their birth dates and where. What happened to them, when they died and where. Were they wounded, what battle? Would love any photos of them.


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