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524.1 Cole rd
Jacksonville, FL 32218
Email Address: email@example.com
Branch of Service: Army-Infantry
Company/Regiment: Co. E, 41st Alabama Infantry Regiment
Date of Service: Dec. 1862
Starting Rank: Pvt.
Discharge Rank: Pvt.
Date of Discharge: 9 April, 1865
Reason for Discharge: Surrender, Appomattox, VA
I am a member of the following:
|1||Troy Vernard Tubbs||Relationship:||Father|
|Birth Date:||6 Feb, 1938||Birth Location:||Perry County, Alabama|
|Death Date:||Death Location:|
|2||Harland Carson Tubbs||Relationship:||Father|
|Birth Date:||2 May, 1906||Birth Location:||Perry County, AL|
|Death Date:||3 Mar., 1978||Death Location:||Perry County, Alabama|
|3||Ada Aslee Carter||Relationship:||Mother|
|Birth Date:||8 Nov., 1872||Birth Location:|
|Death Date:||24 Sep., 1935||Death Location:||Perry County, Alabama|
|4||George Washington Carter||Relationship:||Father|
|Birth Date:||1 May, 1839||Birth Location:|
|Death Date:||24 Feb., 1906||Death Location:||Perry County, AL|
Additional Biographical Information
My G.G. Grandfather, Pvt. George Washington Carter originally enlisted 18 Nov.,1861 in Marion Alabama with the Murphy Independent Cavalry Company. In June of 1862 this company was organized with other independent cavalry companies into the 3rd Alabama Cavalry.
In November/December 1862, Pvt. Carter is found present for duty with Co. E, 41st Alabama Inf.
Pvt. Carter was hospitalized in Ringold, Ga. following the battle of Murfreesboro.
Following the battle of Chickamauga Pvt. Carter is listed as "sent to Hospital, Lafayette, GA."
On Sept. 12, 1864 during the siege of Petersburg, VA, Pvt. Carter was shot through the throat on the left side, the bullet breaking the left shoulder blade and lodging there. He was also wounded by a shell in the right shoulder and a rifle ball in the right side. On 14 Sept., 1864 he is listed on a register of the General Hospital, Howard's Grove, Richmond, VA for his wounds.
He was paroled 9 April, 1865 at Appomattox Court House, VA. He was 1 of 8 men left in his 100+ man company.
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