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Re: Unionist - states AL
Posted by: Paul Shelton (ID *****2918) Date: April 09, 2003 at 05:23:44
In Reply to: Unionist - states by Dave Frederick of 780

William Pace (Sept 29, 1843- Nov 22, 1924. Buried Hall Cemetery, Jackson County, AL) married Margaret Ann Wright (Oct 23, 1848 Sept 10, 1928 Blue Spring Cove, AL). Married Sep 29, 1864. William was a private in Company A, First Regiment, Alabama and Tennessee Independent Vidette Cavalry. He served for one year. This regiment was organized as follows: Companies A, B, C, G, and H at Stevenson and Bridgeport, Alabama, from Sept 10, 1863, to April 26, 1864. From 1870 1920, William and Margaret lived in Jackson County, AL. They were listed as farmers in 1870.

There were also a lot from the Vidette that married into the Shelton line (Latham, Potter

I would like more information on William Pace Shelton or the 1st Independent Tennessee and Alabama Vidette if anyone has any information


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