1862 Blount County
Confederate Census (A - B)


Adams, Brantley Augustus; 24 years old; Charlotte, 24 years old; Isaac Jasper, 6 years old; Walton Durwood, 2 years old; Rhepsie Ann, 7 months old; 100 bushels corn; 250 pounds pork on hand; in Captain Musgrove's Company; Beat No. 3; $5.00; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Adams, John J.; 1 male, 12 years old; 1 female, 10 years old; 1 female, 8 years old; 1 male, 5 years old; 1 male, 6 years old; needs: 1,000 pounds meat; 30 pounds cotton; 1 sack salt; $12.00 worth leather; 30 pounds thread [?]; in Captain Musgrove's September 1861; Beat No. 2; $40.00; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Alexander, James; [Isaac Wilson is also listed in this household]; left a mother, brother, and sisters; Mary Catherine, 16 years old; Martha, 10 years old; Margaret, 8 years old; Thomas, 12 years old; John, 6 years old; they have plenty corn for this year and 400 pounds pork; 2 head stock hogs, 2 milk cows; 15 heard of stock cattle; one yoke oxen, has been added by St. John, $6.00; by John Donaldson, $2.00; Lenon Box, $1.60; the family needs 200 pounds pork and 1 and one-half bushels salt; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 14, 1861; Beat No. 16; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Alexander, John; 19 years old; in Captain Musgrove's Company; Beat No. 3; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Alldredge, A.J.; children ages, 14 years old; child, 12 years old; child, 8 years old; child, 6 years old; child, 4 years old; child, 3 years old; child, 2 years old; child, 1 year old; they need 300 pounds meat; 45 pounds cotton; $8.00 leather; 150 pounds salt; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 14, 1861; Beat No. 7; $20.00; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Alldredge, Andrew Jackson; left wife and children; Talitha, 9 years old; Commodore, 11 years old; John, 4 years old; Enoch, 2 years old; have 150 bushels corn; plenty of pork; 17 stock hogs; 8 head cattle, 2 milk cows; they have no cotton or salt; has $200.00 owing to Alldredge; in Captain Skinner's Company K 19th Alabama, August 11, 1861; Beat No. 16; $5.00; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Alldredge, Chadrick; Beat No. 7; (Listed, but no branch of service given)

Alldredge, D.; need no aid; in Captain Alldredge's Company; Beat No. 16; [See Company A, 48th Alabama Infantry]

Alldredge, J.J.; Beat No. 7; (Listed, but no branch of service given)

Alldredge, John; Beat No. 7; (Listed, but no branch of service given)

Allgood, Alvin; 38 years old; Marinda, wife, 31 years old; Francis, 18 years old; Ansel, 15 years old; Solomon, 10 years old; Martha, 6 years old; Banister, 4 years old; Stephen, 2 years old; has no corn nor salt; has 250 pounds bacon; in Captain Turpin's Company; February 27, 1862; Beat No. 9; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Allgood, J.P.; 19 years old; left no one dependent; in Captain Arnold's Company; January 29, 1861; Beat No. 9; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Allgood, John Barnett; 21 years old; no dependents; in Captain Arnold's Company, October 6, 1861; Beat No. 9; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Allgood, Miles P.; [son of Deforest and Temperance Clayton Allgood] 26 years old; Mary, 27 years old; Franklin, 7 years old; Margaret, 5 years old; Sarah, 3 years old; J.D., one-quarter year old; this family asks no aid at the present; in Captain Truit's Company, Colonel Forrest's Regiment; Beat No. 5 [Miles P. Allgood married Mary E. Foust 25 Nov 1852, Blount County]

Allgood, Stephen Calvin; wife and three children; male, 7 years old; female, 2 years old; female, 3 months old; needs 15 bushels corn and some leather for shoes; in Captain Skinner's Company K 19th Alabama, August 10, 1861; Beat No. 13; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Allgood, W.B.; in Captain Skinner's Company K 19th Alabama; Beat No. 3; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Allison, Cunningham; boy, 10 years old; girl, 8 years old; left these two children in the care of William Ellison; they have no means of support and need assistance; in Captain Skinner's Company, 19th Regiment, August 12, 1861; Beat No. 6; $10.00; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Allred, Alfred; Margaret E., wife; boy, 5 years old; girl, 9 years old; girl, 4 years old; girl, 1 year old; salt and leather needed; in Captain Smith's Company; November 20, 1861; Beat No. 6; $10.00; [Alfred Allred married Margaret Latham 31 Jul 1853, Blount County]

Allred, Babe [James L.]; 26 years old; Hanna, 20 years old; Lorinda, 4 years old; William W., 2 years old; Alfred, 4 months old; this family needs no present aid; in Captain Skinner's Company, Colonel Wither's Regiment; Beat No. 5; [James L. Allred is actually in McKenzie's Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Allred, Calvin; need no aid; in Captain Alldredge's Company; Beat No. 16; [See Company A, 48th Alabama Infantry]

Allred, James L.; Nancy Cozby, mother; brother 17 years old; sister, 13 years old; sister, 9 years old; salt and $4.00 worth leather; has 2 cows giving milk; 12 acres under cultivation; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 12, 1861; Beat No. 6; $10.00; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry; duplicate entry]

Allred, Joseph; 31 years old; Emely E.B., 23 years old; John E. Winston, 6 years old; James Monroe, 9 months old; 50 bushels corn; 480 pound pork on hand; in Captain Musgrove's Company; Beat No. 3; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Allred, Lemuel; 30 years of age; Nancy, 24 years of age; Mary Elizabeth, 5 years old; James Erwin, 3 years old; Jackson Howard, 1 year old; 40 bushels corn; 350 pounds pork on hand; in Captain Musgrove's Company; Beat No. 3; $10.00; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Amerson, Riley J., 1 female, 7 years old; 1 female, 5 years old; 1 male, 2 years old; 1 female, 2 years old; needs: 20 bushels corn; 200 pounds meat; one-half bushel salt; 15 pounds cotton; $5.00 worth leather; in Captain Dew's Company, September 1861; Beat No. 2; $30.00; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Anderson, [first name?]; left a wife and six month old child; in Captain Arnold's Company; Beat No. 8; $30.00; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Anderson, William; male, 2 years old; female, 1 year old; they need 20 bushels corn; 250 pounds meat; 30 pounds cotton; $5.00 leather; 75 pounds salt; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 14, 1861; Beat No. 7; $25.00; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Anderton, Jasper; It is ordered by the Commissioner's court that the following sums be paid to the following persons by the County Treasurer out of the funds appropriated by the County for provisions furnished the families of Absent volunteers previous to the act passed 11 November 1861; to Jasper Anderton for keeping two children of Mr. Pierce who is in the services of the Confederate States; Beat No. 9; $20.00

Anderton, Reuben C.; 24 years old; no dependents; in Captain Dew's Company, Colonel Conley's Battalion, September 24, 1861; Beat No. 12; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Armstrong, Aleseand [Asa A.?]; young man; needs no help; in Captain Arnold's Company, 26th Regiment, October 15, 1861; Beat No. 10; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Armstrong, Washington; Sarry Ann, his wife, 25 years old; 1 child, six months old; has corn enough but no meat; will need 200 pound and 1 bushel salt; in Captain Arnold's Company; Beat No. 11; $20.00; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Armstrong, William C.; has a wife and six children; needs: salt and coffee and cards; plenty of corn and meat; in Captain Arnold's Company, 26th Regiment, October 15, 1861; Beat No. 7; $5.00; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Armstrong, William; wife and two children; 100 bushels corn; 600 pounds pork; Beat No. 1; $5.00

Arnold, George, Captain; Beat No. 7; (Listed, but no branch of service given); [George W. Arnold was Captain of Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Arnold, James; Beat No. 7; (Listed, but no branch of service given)

Arnold, Vincent; 1 male, 5 months old; needs: $3.00 worth thread; in Captain Musgrove's Company, September 1861; Beat No. 2; [See Company C., 29th Alabama Infantry]

Austin, James; Beat No. 7; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Bailey, William; leaves a mother and sister; needs: 25 bushels corn, 100 pounds meat 35 pounds cotton; 75 pounds salt; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 14, 1861; Beat No. 7; $15.00; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Baize, William; Beat No. 7; (Listed, but no branch of service given)

Banister, Newton; 32 years old; Catherine, 31 years old; Mary A., 10 years old; George W., 6 years old; William H., 3 years old; N.T. Mc. D., 6 months old; this family needs: 200 pounds meat, cotton, and leather; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 1861; Beat No. 5; $30.00; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Barclift, Henry H.; It is ordered by the Commissioner's court that the following sums be paid to the following persons by the County Treasurer out of the funds appropriated by the County for provisions furnished the families of Absent volunteers previous to the act passed 11 November 1861; to Henry H. Barclift for provisions furnished volunteer families; Beat No. 9; $4.00

Barnes, Kincheon; 17 years old; left no dependents; in Captain Arnold's Company, Davis Battalion, October 14, 1861; Beat No. 12; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Barnett, Jonathan; Margaret Barnett; boy, 15 years old; boy, 7 years old; girl, 15 years old; girl, 7 years old; salt needed and some leather; 20 acres in cultivation; has two milk cows that will give milk through the spring; in Captain Arnold's Company, 26th Regiment, October 15, 1861; Beat No. 6; $10.00; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Beaver, Jackson; left 1 [?]; 1 male, 12 years old; 1 female, 9 years old; 1 male, 6 years old; 1 male, 3 years old; 1 female, 10 months old; needs: 52 bushels corn; 600 pounds meat; 2 bushels salt; $8.00 worth leather; 20 pounds cotton; in Captain Dew's Company, September 1861; Beat No. 2; $50.00; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Beavers, Lloyd; Sarah A.M., 31 years old; Martha Isabel, 6 years old; Robert H.C., 3 years old; infant; she has coming to her for school teaching, $130.00 and $100.00 in notes and accounts; have 50 acres in cultivation; 20 bushels corn; 20 pounds flour; 2 dry cows and 2 yearlings; 2 shoats; 2 horse wagon; in Captain Skinner's Company K 19th Alabama, August 10, 1861; Beat No. 12; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Beavers, Sarah A., (see Sexton, William); Beat No. 9

Beckworth, Robert; need no aid; in Captain Alldredge's Company; Beat No. 16; [Not located in Company A, 48th Alabama Infantry]

Bentley, James; (see Hays, S.T.); Beat No. 9

Bentley, James; left 1 [?]; in Captain Dew's Company, September 1861; Beat No. 2; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Bentley, James; wife and two children; one, 3 years old; one, 1 year old; no means of support; Beat No. 1; $40.00

Bentley, Turner; 1 female, 6 years old; 1 male, 1 year old; needs: one-half sack salt; $8.00 worth leather; $3.50 worth thread; September 1861; Beat No. 2; $12.00 [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Berry, William J.; wife and two children; 50 bushels corn; pork; Beat No. 2; $20.00 [William J. Berry married Nancy Cook 31 Jan 1858, Blount County]

Blackburn, J.P.; in Captain Skinner's Company K 19th Alabama; Beat No. 3; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Blackburn, Jack; Easter Blackburn, his wife, 24 years old; 1 girl, 5 years old; 1 girl, 3 years old; 1 girl, 1 year old; has plenty; in Captain Crump's Company, January 17, 1862; Beat No. 11; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Blakely, James; in Captain Tidmore's Company; February 25, 1862; Beat No. 14; [See Company C, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Blakely, S.A.; in Captain Skinner's Company K 19th Alabama; Beat No. 3; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Blakely, William M.; Christianna Blakely, his wife, 33 years old; 1 male, 13 years old; 1 female, 12 years old; 1 male, 10 years old; 1 male, 7 years old; 1 girl, 5 years old; 1 girl, 2 years old; has sufficient meat; but will want 30 bushels corn; in Captain Crump's Company; Beat No. 3; [Not found in Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Bledsoe, George W.; has a wife; needs: 150 pounds meat; 25 pounds cotton; 50 pounds salt; in Captain Arnold's Company, 26th Regiment, October 15, 1861; Beat No. 7; $12.50; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Bowerman, Calvin; 21 years old; no dependents; in Captain Musgrove's Company, Colonel Conley's Battalion, October 2, 1861; Beat No. 5; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Bowerman, Wiley; 18 years old; no dependents; in Captain Musgrove's Company, Colonel Conley's Battalion, October 2, 1861; Beat No. 5; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Box, Alexander; no dependents; in Captain G.W. Whitfield's Company, August 1861; Beat No. 4; [Company I, 54th Alabama Infantry]

Box, John; no dependents; in Captain Gayle's Company, 12 Regiment, Jun 1861; Beat No. 4; [Company H, 12th Alabama Infantry]

Box, [John] Patterson; left a wife and five children, four males and one female; Amos, 10 years old; Antion, 8 years old; Stephen B., 6 years old; Harrison M., 4 years old; Viola, 1 year old; has neither corn nor bacon; no salt nor leather; has two cows and one horse; in Captain Turpin's Company, Frazier's Regiment; February 25, 1862; Beat No. 14; $75.00; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Bradbury, Nathan, 30 years old; Sarah A., 26 years old; Mary Francis, 6 years old; Henry Daniel, 4 years old; John Marion, 1 year old; 75 bushels corn; 200 pounds pork on hand; in Captain Musgrove's Company; Beat No. 3; $10.00; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Brady, John A.; Elizabeth, wife; in Captain Skinner's Company; August 1862; nothing allowed; Beat No. 9; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Brady, John A.; Elizabeth, wife; son, 12 years old; daughter, 10 years old; son, 8 years old; girl, 6 years old; boy, 4 years old; girl, 2 years old; baby, 4 days old; aged mother; they think they can live without aid at the present; in Captain Skinner's Company 19th Regiment; Beat No. 4; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Brambley (Brantley?), E.L.; Louisa and six children; John, 10 years old; Mary, 8 years old; Nancy, 7 years old; Victory, 5 years old; Monroe, 3 years old; Thomas, 1 year old; this family is without anything to go on; are without food or clothing and no means to get it; in Captain Franklin's Company, Colonel Blount's Regiment, December 31, 1861; Beat No. 14; $50.00

Brandon, Jefferson; [born about 1833 in Alabama] wife and three children; Allen Y., 10 years old; Artelissa, 4 years old; James A., 1 year old; has 200 pounds bacon; has no corn; has one cow and calf and seven head of hogs; in Captain Ferrile's Company, 14th Regiment; August 18, 1862; Beat No. 9; [Jefferson Brandon married Rachel C. Walls 16 May 1860, Blount County]

Branham, James W., has a wife and eight children; Simeon, 17 years old; Lucinda, 14 years old; William, 12 years old; Elijah, 10 years old; Jane, 8 years old; Manley, 6 years old; Nancy, 3 years old; Curtis, 1 year old; has plenty of corn and some to spare but has no meat; has 13 acres in wheat; 18 acres to cultivate in corn; has six stock hogs; 13 sheep and two horses; in Captain Crump's Company; January 17, 1862; Beat No. 14; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Brasseale, Hiram W.; female, 5 years old; female, 3 years old; need 200 pounds meat; 25 pounds cotton; $3.00 worth leather; 50 pounds salt; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 14, 1861; Beat No. 7; $24.00; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Brasseale, Little Elias; Matilda, wife; boy, 15 years old; boy, 10 years old; boy, 7 years old; boy, 2 years old; girl, 14 years old; girl, 3 years old; has corn and meat to do 4 months, salt needed, leather needed; on pair cotton cards needed; has 2 cows that will give milk spring and summer; 12 acres in cultivation; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 12, 1861; Beat No. 6; $20.00; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Brice, Samuel A.; 34 years old; Sarah M. Brice, his wife 33 years old; Mary J. Brice, 10 years old; Martha J. Brice, 8 years old; William M. Brice, 6 years old; S.A. Brice, 3 years old; has neither corn or bacon; has three head cattle; has one sow and three pigs; has one old wagon; has three acres in wheat; in Captain Crump's Company; January 17, 1862; Beat No. 14; $75.00; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Bright, James H.; Elizabeth, wife; boy, 11 years old; boy, 5 years old; boy, infant; girl, 13 years old; girl, 9 years old; girl, 7 years old; needs: meat, salt, leather, cotton cards or cloth; they have 2 cows that will give milk spring and summer; 12 acres in cultivation; in Captain Arnold's Company, 26th Regiment, October 15, 1861; Beat No. 6; $30.00; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Bright, Thomas Jefferson; in Captain Arnold's Company, 26th Regiment, October 14, 1861; Beat No. 6; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Brindley, Gabriel L.; Mary S.; M.B., son, 5 years old; daughter, 4 years old; daughter, 2 years old; daughter, 3 days old; wants nothing at present; in Captain G.W. Whitfield's Company, August 1861; Beat No. 4; [Company I, 54th Alabama Infantry]

Brindley, Van Buren; no dependents; in Captain G.W. Whitfield's Company, August 1861; Beat No. 4; [Company I, 54th Alabama Infantry]; [Van Buren Brindley married Ann Louisa Donaldson 4 Jul 1866, Blount County];

Britton, T.M.; 19th Regiment, August 14, 1861; Beat No. 7; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Brown, Austin; 19 years old; no dependents; in Captain Musgrove's Company, Colonel Conley's Battalion, October 2, 1861; Beat No. 5; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Brown, Clabourn; It is ordered by the Commissioner's court that the following sums be paid to the following persons by the County Treasurer out of the funds appropriated by the County for provisions furnished the families of Absent volunteers previous to the act passed 11 November 1861; to Clabourn Brown for provisions furnished Mrs. Mewbourn and family of volunteer's wife; Beat No. 9; $13.50

Brown, Clark M.; 27 years old; Martha, wife, 27 years old; Jonathan, son, 10 years old; Jesse, son, 8 years old; girl, 2 years old; James T., 1 year old; have no corn; no pork; no salt; in Captain Arnold's Company, November 1, 1861; Beat No. 9; $50.00; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Brown, J.T.W.; in Captain Tidmore's Company; February 25, 1862; Beat No. 14; [See Company C, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Brown, Jeremiah B., 37 years old; Phoebe, wife, 27 years old; Mary, daughter, 8 years old; Benson, son, 6 years old; Enoch, son, 4 years old; Paribe, daughter, 2 years old; have 150 bushels corn; 750 pounds pork; has salt; in Captain Arnold's Company, November 1, 1861; Beat No. 9; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Brown, John [?]; no dependents; in Captain Hanby's Company, 19th Regiment, August 13, 1861; Beat No. 12; [Company C, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Brown, John D., 30 years old; no dependents; in Captain Skinner's Company, 19th Regiment, September 25, 1861; Beat No. 5; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Brown, Seaborn J.; no dependents; in Captain Hanby's Company, 19th Regiment, August 10, 1861; Beat No. 14; [Company C, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Brown, Thomas; It is ordered by the Commissioner's court that the following sums be paid to the following persons by the County Treasurer out of the funds appropriated by the County for provisions furnished the families of Absent volunteers previous to the act passed 11 November 1861; to Thomas Brown for boarding Elizabeth Harris and two children, volunteer wife absent; Beat No. 9; $10.00

Brown, Thomas; wife and three children; James, 3 years old; William 1 and one-half years old; Joseph, infant; 200 bushels corn; 600 pounds pork; need nothing; Beat No. 1

Brown, Wiley W.; 20 years old; left no one dependent on him; in Captain Tidmore's Company; January 17, 1862; Beat No. 14; [See Company C, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Buchanan, Thomas Newton; Elizabeth, wife; boy, 2 years old; girl, infant; have corn enough to do; needs leather and salt; has meat to do 3 months; has one cow to give milk; cloth [?] needed; in Captain Arnold's Company, 26th Regiment, October 14, 1861; Beat No. 6; $20.00; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Burgess, John; 22 years old; no dependents; in Captain Skinner's Company, 19th Regiment, August 10, 1861; Beat No. 5; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Burgess, Joseph; 25 years old; Nancy, wife, 18 years old; has 10 bushels corn; 200 pounds bacon; has no salt; in Captain Turpin's Company; February 27, 1862; Beat No. 9; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Burgess, Robert; 28 years old; Elizabeth, 26 years old; Mary, 1 year old; asks no aid for the present; in Captain Truit's Company, Colonel Forrest's Regiment; October 1, 1861; Beat No. 5

Burgess, William; 20 years old; left no one dependent; in Captain Skinner's Company; August 12, 1861; Beat No. 9; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Burns, Jonathan; 1 female, 11 years old; 1 male, 9 years old; 1 male, 7 years old; 1 male, 5 years old; 1 female, 2 years old; needs: 50 bushels corn; 800 pounds meat, 2 bushels salt; $8.00 worth leather; $8.00 worth thread; in Captain Musgrove's Company, September 1861; Beat No. 2; $50.00; [See Company C., 29th Alabama Infantry]

Busler, Isaac; left wife and three children; James, 10 years old; David M., 6 years old; Amanda Jane, 3 years old; has not means sufficient for the year; has about 35 bushels corn and about 30 pounds of bacon; has land and work nag; three head of cattle; seven head of hogs and probably means for making support; in Captain Campbell's Company of Walker County; March 5, 1862; Beat No. 1; $20.00 [Company F, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Butler, Margaret; 10 barrels corn; has no pork; has 1 boy, 14 years old; [Margaret Butler's husband's is not listed in the entry; no other information]

Byd [Byrd?], William; wife and 8 children; 1 son, 18 years old, in service with his father; son, 20 years old; son, 12 years old; son, 10 years old; son, 8 years old; son, 4 years old; daughter, 16 years old; daughter, 3 months old; have plenty of meat and corn to do her; lacks bushel salt; in Captain Smith's Company, Beat No. 8; $2.50

Bynum Mace B.; 21 years old; no dependents; in Captain McKenzie's Company, September 25, 1861; Beat No. 9; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Bynum, A.D.; 21 years old; Elizabeth, wife, 19 years old; have 150 bushels corn; 400 pounds meat; in Captain Crump's Company, January 17, 1862; Beat No. 9; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Bynum, A.J.; 19 years old; left no one dependent; in Captain Turpin's Company; February 27, 1862; Beat No. 9; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Bynum, Aaron B.; 21 years old; no dependents; in Captain Crump's Company, January 17, 1862; Beat No. 9; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Bynum, Alexander; Elizabeth, his wife, 20 years old; has plenty; in Captain Crump's Company, January 17, 1862; Beat No. 11; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Bynum, Asa; 29 years old; Mahala, wife, 31 years old; Malinda C., 7 years old; Thomas, 6 years old; Martin, 4 years old; Solomon, 2 years old; has eight bushels corn; has 400 pounds bacon; has one peck salt; in Captain Turpin's Company; February 27, 1862; Beat No. 9; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Bynum, B.B.; 25 years old; Eliza J., wife, 20 years old; Melzenia, 5 months old; has 20 bushels corn; 400 pounds bacon on hand; one bushel salt; left no one dependent; in Captain Turpin's Company; February 27, 1862; Beat No. 9; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Bynum, Daniel B.A.; 25 years old; Lurian L., wife, 24 years old; Thomas J., 2 years old; has 25 bushels corn and one peck salt; has 100 pounds bacon; left no one dependent; in Captain Turpin's Company; February 27, 1862; Beat No. 9; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Bynum, Elijah; 17 years old; left no one dependent; in Captain Turpin's Company; February 27, 1862; Beat No. 9; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Bynum, Ellis; 24 years old; Charlotte E., wife, 24 years old; 1 child, R.C., 2 years old; have 125 bushels corn; 400 pounds pork; and half enough salt; in Captain Crump's Company, January 17, 1862; Beat No. 9; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Bynum, Ellis; 24 years old; no dependents; in Captain Crump's Company, January 17, 1862; Beat No. 9; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Bynum, George; 28 years old; Catherine Bynum, his wife, 28 years old; 1 female, 8 years old; 1 female, 7 years old; 1 female 6 years old; 1 female 4 years old; 1 female 2 years old; has corn sufficient; wants 75 pounds meat, wants some cotton; in Captain Turpin's Company, February 25, 1862; Beat No. 3; $15.00; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Bynum, James W.; 20 years old; left no one dependent; in Captain Turpin's Company; February 27, 1862; Beat No. 9; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Bynum, Seaborn E.; 21 years old; no dependents; in Captain Crump's Company, January 17, 1862; Beat No. 9; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Bynum, Solomon; 57 years old; Susannah, his wife; Rebecca, 24 years old; Elizabeth, 32 years old; Letta, 14 years old; Miles C., 12 years old; Arlinda, 10 years old; Bethany, 8 years old; not dependent; in Captain Turpin's Company; February 27, 1862; Beat No. 9; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]