1862 Blount County
Confederate Census (C - D)


Cain, Franklin L.; left wife and one child 5 days old; needs no aid for this year; in Captain Skinner's Company; Beat No. 16; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Calahan, Vance; 24 years old; Margaret E., his wife, 28 years old; William Jefferson, 4 years old; he died in the service of his country about 1 December 1861; has six bushels corn; has no meat or anything to get it with; in Captain Crawford's Company; 11 Oct 1861; Beat No. 14

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

Calvert, Adaline; (see Ellis, Jere); Beat No. 9

Calvert, Adaline; (see Gilliam, John); Beat No. 9

Calvert, Adaline; (see King, Caleb); Beat No. 9

Calvert, Alton; wife and five children; Roberta, 10 years old; Alba and Susan, 8 years old; William 5 years old; George, 3 years old; 175 bushels corn; 500 pounds pork; Beat No. 1; $5.00; [See Company F, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Calvert, George; widow Calvert has one son in the service, George; has one son at home, Joseph, 20 years old; daughter Margaret, 15 years old; she has means sufficient for the present years; has land and stock; means sufficient for making a support; in Captain Dew's Company; September 24, 1861; Beat No. 1; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Calvert, Halum C.; wife and two children; female, 2 years old; female, 2 months old; no aid needed; in Captain Dew's Company, Conley's Regiment, Beat No. 13; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Calvert, Lewis N.; Nancy Adaline, wife, 27 years old; Margaret Malinda, 4 years old; James P., 2 years old; they have 40 to 50 bushels corn; horse, sow, cow that will soon give milk; they have no salt or meat; in Captain Hanby's Company, 19th Regiment, September 13, 1861; Beat No. 12; $25.00; [Company C, 19th Alabama Infantry; Lewis N. Calvert was buried in the Johnson Grove Cemetery in Cullman County; no dates are recorded on his tombstone]

Calvert, William; wife and three children; Sarah, 10 years old; John, 8 years old; Alba, 3 years old; 100 bushels corn; 600 pounds pork; Beat No. 1; $5.00

Campbell, Frank; Beat No. 7; (Listed, but no branch of service given)

Campbell, Richard F.; has a wife and three children; John A., 6 years old; Lenard, 4 years old; Benjamin, 1 year old; has plenty; in Captain Crump's Company; January 17, 1862; Beat No. 14; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Campbell, Russell; Beat No. 7; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Carnes, James; 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 James Carns for provisions furnished the families of absent volunteers; Beat No. 9; $12.20

Carroll, David; 35 years old; Marinda, 35 years old; Elefere, 9 years old; Virginia, 5 years old; 50 bushels of corn; 750 pounds pork on hand; in Captain Dew's Company, 1861; Beat No. 3; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Causly, David; wife and one girl, three months old; she needs 20 bushels corn; in Captain Tidmore's Company; Beat No. 13; $10.00; [See Company C, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Chambers, Leroy A.; left his mother, 50 years old and unable to support herself; her needs: 25 pounds meat; one-half bushel salt; $2.00 worth leather; in Captain Skinner's Company K, 19th Regiment 14th August 1861; died at Mobile, Alabama, January 1862; added by A.J. Ketchum; Beat No. 2; $8.00; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Chamblee, Calvin; 1 male, 13 years old; 1 female, 10 years old; 1 female, 7 years old; 1 male, 4 years old; 1 female, 2 years old; in Captain Musgrove's Company, September 1861; Beat No. 2; [See Company C., 29th Alabama Infantry]

Chamblee, James; 22 years old; Adaline, 22 years old; Assenath, 3 years old; baby, one month old; this family needs corn for bread; 20 bushels and 20 pounds cotton; took all her corn to fatten her meat; she has no means to buy with; in Captain Skinner's Company, General Withers, August 10, 1861; Beat No. 5; $10.00; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Chamblee, Robert Isham; 1 male, 1 year old; has plenty; in Captain Musgrove's Company, September 1861; Beat No. 2; [See Company C., 29th Alabama Infantry]

Chandler, H.J.; Sarah, wife; has enough for this year; in Captain Alldredge's Company; April 3, 1862; Beat No. 9; [See Company A, 48th Alabama Infantry]

Chandler, John S.; left wife and seven children; son, 17 years old; son, 15 years old; girl, 13 years old; girl, 11 years old; girl, 9 years old; girl, 7 years old; son, 5 years old; she has: 2 cows and calves; an ox; 2 sows, 3 shoats, 11 pigs; 2 year old burrow; she needs: 50 bushels corn; 200 pounds pork; $8.00 worth of leather; 20 pounds cotton; 75 pounds salt; in Captain G.W. Whitfield's Company, Beat No. 4; $40.00; [Company I, 54th Alabama Infantry]

Chandler, Robert K.; in Captain Skinner's Company 19th Regiment; Beat No. 4; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Chandler, Robert K.; no dependents; in Captain Skinner's Company; Beat No. 16; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Chaney, William H.; no dependents; in Captain Musgrove's Company; Beat No. 4; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Chatman, W.T.; in Captain Skinner's Company K 19th Alabama; Beat No. 3; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Cheshire, John; wife; 50 bushels corn; pork; Beat No. 1; $10.00 [The 1860 Blount County Federal Census recorded John B. Cheshire (born in Tennessee about 1813) married Easter (born in South Carolina)].

Clayton, L. Newton; 24 years old; no one dependent; in Captain Musgrove's Company; Beat No. 3; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Clayton, Stephen G.; 30 years old; Virginia, wife, 28 years old; Newton, 11 years old; Amanda, 8 years old; Lemuel, 7 years old; Francis, 6 years old; Highlyan, 4 year old; in Captain Musgrove's Company; Beat No. 5; $40.00; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Clement, James; has a wife and two children; has plenty for one year; in Captain Nickson's Company at Ashville, Alabama; Beat No. 10

Clement, John; left no dependents; in Captain Nickson's Company at Ashville, Alabama; Beat No. 10

Clemons, A.J.; Sarah, wife; boy, 6 years old; boy, 3 years old; girl, 8 years old; girl, 4 years old; girl, infant; corn, meat, leather, salt, cotton and cards needed; have 1 milk cow and six shoats; in Captain Skinner's Company, 19th Regiment, August 12, 1861; Beat No. 6; $40.00; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Clemons, William; 18 years old; Sarah, wife, 24 years old; has no corn nor meat; in Captain Turpin's Company; February 27, 1862; Beat No. 9; $10.00; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Clowdus, James; in Captain Crump's Company, February 25, 1862; Beat No. 3; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Clowdus, Solomon W.; in Captain Turpin's Company, Frazier's Regiment; February 25, 1862; Beat No. 14; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Cogby (Cosby?), Isaac S.; left a family but has moved out of the beat; in Captain Crump's Company; January 17, 1862; Beat No. 14; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Conley, Uriah; 35 years old; boy, 9 years old; girl, 8 years old; girl, 1 year old; 10 barrels corn; 400 pounds pork; 22 pounds salt; 2 cows; 4 pounds cotton; in Captain Humphrey's Company, Beat No. 17; [Company H, 27th Alabama Infantry]

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

Copeland, Archibald; 50 years old; Delila, wife, 30 years old; Malinda, 10 years old; Martha, 6 years old; Fanny, 3 years old; Nancy, 1 year old; has 50 bushels corn; has 200 pounds bacon and one peck salt; in Captain Turpin's Company; February 27, 1862; Beat No. 9; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Copeland, William; 42 years of age; Mary, 42 years old; Jackson, 19 years old; Eliza, 12 years old; Nancy Marietta, 9 years old; Dolly, 6 years old; Solomon, 18 months old; 15 bushels of corn; has a winter mill; 450 pounds pork on hand; in Captain [?] Company in Limestone County; Beat No. 3; $15.00

Cornelius, Benton Beverly; no dependents; in Captain Skinner's Company K 19th Alabama, August 12, 1861; Beat No. 14; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Cornelius, Champion; 32 years old; Emilene, his wife, 29 years old; Barbary N.E., 6 years old; Mary L.J., 4 years old; Cena R., 3 years old; Manly S., 1 year old; Edmund W.D., 1 year old; has 360 acres of land and two mules, one mare, three cows to give milk; two steers, 3 yearlins, 9 shoats, 3 sows, 18 pigs, 10 sheep, has 100 bushels corn; four bushels wheat, 100 binds fodder, 30 acres in wheat; this family needs no aid; in Captain Tidmore's Company; February 25, 1862; Beat No. 14; [See Company C, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Cornelius, Enoch; in Captain Crump's Company, February 25, 1862; Beat No. 3; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Cornelius, Marion; in Captain Sapp's Company; Beat No. 3; [See Company F, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Cornelius, Zion; wife and four children; 250 bushels corn; 700 pounds pork; Beat No. 2; [See Company F, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Cowden, James Wilson; no dependents; in Captain Skinner's Company K 19th Alabama, August 12, 1861; Beat No. 14; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Cowden, John H.; no dependents; in Captain Skinner's Company K 19th Alabama, August 12, 1861; Beat No. 14; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Crawford, L.M.; left a wife and three children, two males and one female; Henrietta, 6 years old; Evenant, 4 years old; William J., 2 years old; corn on hand 10 bushels, bacon 3 pounds; has one horse; needs salt and leather; in Captain Turpin's Company, Frazier's Regiment; February 25, 1862; Beat No. 14; $25.00; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Cretsinger, Daniel; no dependents; in Captain Musgrove's Company; Beat No. 16; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Crowder, Robert D.; left a wife; Emely, 16 years old; Lenora, 14 years old; Rachel, 9 years old; Louisa, 5 years old; Elijah 12 years old; Elgar, 7 years old; John, 3 years old; Mandy, 1 year old; they have plenty at present; in Captain Crump's Company; January 17, 1862; Beat No. 14; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Crown, D.C.; in Captain Arnold's Company, September 15, 1862; Beat No. 3; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

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

Crump, John P.; Martha J., his wife, 21 years old; has no provisions on hand; in Captain Skinner's Company K 19th Alabama; Beat No. 11; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Crump, William N.; Captain; Martha Crump, his wife, 40 years old; 1 son Gabriel, 17 years old; 1 girl Betty, 15 years old; 1 girl Sarah, 13 years old; 1 boy, 10 years old; 1 boy George, 4 years old; 1 girl Nann, 6 years old; 1 boy, 3 years old; has plenty; in Captain Crump's Company; Beat No. 11; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Culver, Fleming J.; Victory, wife; boy, 1 year old; have no means of support; in Captain Arnold's Company, 26th Regiment, October 14, 1861; Beat No. 6; $25.00; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Culver, Martin; Beat No. 7; (Listed, but no branch of service given)

Daily, George J., Celia Dailey, his wife, 28 years old; 1 boy, 9 years old; 1 boy 6 years old; 1 boy, 4 years old; 1 boy, 2 years old; has sufficient meat but no corn; in Captain Crump's Company, January 17, 1862; Beat No. 11; $20.00; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

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

Davis, Benjamin; $15.00; wife and one child; 10 bushels corn; no pork; Beat No. 2; [Benjamin Davis married Barbara Sealey Martin 21 Jan 1859, Blount County]

Davis, Edward J.; Ernely Caroline, wife, 26 years old; they have 5 heads cattle, one milk cow; hogs to make 700 pounds pork; no salt; in Captain Martin's Company, Regiment 10, May 15, 1861; Beat No. 12; $5.00; [Company B, 10th Alabama Infantry]

Davis, Enoch; Nancy, wife, 25 years old; David Manson, 6 months old; they have 12 bushels corn; 2 shoats; 1 milk cow; 1 heifer; have no cotton; in Captain Dew's Company, Colonel Conley's Regiment, September 24, 1861; Beat No. 12; $20.00; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Davis, Finniah; no dependents; in Captain Harper's Company, November 1861; Beat No. 4

Davis, John; wife [Maranda] and one child; 30 bushels corn; 250 pounds pork; Beat No. 2; $2.50

Davis, Tilman; no dependents; in Captain Skinner's Company 19th Regiment; Beat No. 4; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Dean, J.A.; L.A. Dean, his wife, 24 years old; 1 male, 3 years old; 1 male, 2 years old; 1 male, 2 months old; has plenty of provisions; in Captain Turpin's Company, February 25, 1862; Beat No. 3; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Deaver, Thomas; in Captain McKenzie's Company B 19th Alabama; Beat No. 3; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Deaver, W.B.; 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 W.B. Deaver for provisions furnished volunteer families; Beat No. 9; $3.40

Deaver, W.J.; in Captain McKenzie's Company B 19th Alabama; Beat No. 3; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Defoor, James; has a wife and 14 year old son; this family has plenty corn and meat to do them; lacks salt; in Captain [?] Company; Beat No. 8

Defoor, [John] Perry; no dependents; in Captain Skinner's Company, 19th Regiment; Beat No. 8; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

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

Dial, Reuben W.; left a wife, no children; has corn and meat plenty; in Captain Sapp's Company; Beat No. 8; [See Company F, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Dickerson, John; left no family; in Captain [?] Company; Beat No. 8

Donaldson, Carroll; 19th Regiment, August 14, 1861; Beat No. 7; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Donaldson, Carroll; no dependents; in Captain Smith's Company

Donaldson, George; 19th Regiment, August 14, 1861; Beat No. 7; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Drake, Andrew J.; 20 years old; no dependents; in Captain Harper's Company, regiment unknown; Beat No. 17

Drake, James W.; 23 years old; no dependents; in Captain Harper's Company, regiment unknown; Beat No. 17

Drake, John J.; 25 years old; no dependents; in Captain Harper's Company, regiment unknown; Beat No. 17

Drake, Robert D.; male, 2 years old; needs: 20 bushels corn; 150 pounds meat; 25 pounds cotton; $4.00 leather; 70 pounds salt; in Captain Arnold's Company, 26th Regiment, October 15, 1861; Beat No. 7; $20.00 [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Duncan, Robert D.; 1 male, 3 years old; they need one bushel salt; in Captain Dew's Company, September 1861; Beat No. 2; $5.00; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Dupree, John B.; Lucintha Dupree, wife aged 20 years; 1 child, 2 years old; has corn for this year, has no meat nor salt; she needs 1 bushel salt, 200 pounds port; in Captain Crump's Company, January 17, 1862; Beat No. 11; $20.00; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Durham, Samuel Benjamin; has no family; in Captain Arnold's Company; Beat No. 8; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Dutton, John; left wife; needs: 8 bushels corn; 150 pounds meat; one-half bushel salt; in Captain Dew's Company, September 1861; Beat No. 2; $15.00; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Dutton, Richard; two females; they need: 10 bushels corn; 2 bushels salt; $4.00 worth leather; $2.00 worth of thread; in Captain Dew's Company, September 1861; Beat No. 2; $14.00; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]