1862 Blount County
Confederate Census (G - H)


Gamble, Henry; 26 years old; Martha, 24 years old; Isabella, 6 years old; Artilla, 4 years old; James, 2 years old; 100 bushels corn on hand; have no pork; in Captain Dew's Company, 1861; Beat No. 3; $30.00; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Gamble, John; 36 years old; Emeline, 34 years old; Harriet Elizabeth, 10 years old; William R., 4 years old; Levi Jackson, 2 years old; 100 bushels corn on hand; 300 pounds pork; in Captain Dew's Company, 1861; Beat No. 3; $5.00; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Gammage, Floyd; wife and five children; male, 11 years old; male, 8 years old; male, 4 year old; female, 13 years old; female, 4 years old; no aid needed; in Captain Dew's Company, Conley's Regiment, Beat No. 13; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Gardner, W.C.; Beat No. 7; (Listed, but no branch of service given)

Gather, William; no dependents; in Captain Dew's Company, Conley's Regiment, October, 1861; Beat No. 14; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

George, Nick; Beat No. 7; (Listed, but no branch of service given)

Gibson, Alexander M.; 38 years old; Saline, 42 years old; Mary, 7 years old; Arminda, 6 years old; Leander, 4 years old; Martha, 3 months old; need no aid at present; in Captain Skinner's Company, 19th Regiment, August 10, 1861; Beat No. 5; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Gibson, Joseph; Sarah, wife; girl, 12 years old; girl, 9 years old; son, 18 years old; son, 12 years old; son, 10 years old; son, 7 years old; son, 4 years old; girl, 16 years old; girl, 15 years old; girl, 2 years old; two of these girls are motherless and one of them has a crippled hand; their father, William Kelsoe; is also in the Army; they have corn and meat for 5 months, salt needed; have 3 cows that will give milk through the spring and summer; leather and a pair of cards needed; 20 acres in cultivation; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 12, 1861; Beat No. 6; $30.00; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Gillespie, Hannibal A., 22 years old; Bettie, 18 years old; Felise, 4 months old; this family needs no present aid; in Captain Truit's Company, Colonel Forrest's Regiment; October 1, 1861; Beat No. 5; [Hannibal A. Gillespie married Elizabeth Hudson 21 Nov 1860, Blount County]

Gilley, William; 18 years old; in Captain Dew's Company; Beat No. 3; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Gilliam, James; 21 years old; no dependents; in Captain Hanby's Company, 19th Regiment, August 13, 1861; Beat No. 12; [Company C, 19th Alabama Infantry]

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

Gilliam, John B.; 19 years old; left no one dependent; in Captain Tidmore's Company February 25, 1862; Beat No. 14; [See Company C, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Gilliam, John; 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 John Gilliam for moving and taking care of Adaline Calvert, volunteer's wife; Beat No. 9; $6.81

Gilliland, Samuel; 19 years old; his aged father, 70 years old; his mother Elizabeth, 45 years old; Margaret, sister, 13 years old; Martha Ann, sister, 11 years old; Assenath, sister, 5 years old; James M., 3 years old; baby, 5 months; this family was dependent on him for support, his father has not been able to work for two years; they need 50 bushels corn, some salt and leather and cotton; in Captain Skinner's Company, 19th Regiment, August 10, 1861; Beat No. 5; $25.00; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Glasscock, Archibald L.; no dependents; in Captain Dew's Company; Beat No. 4; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Glasscock, James C.; wife and two children; 1 male, 2 years old; 1 female, 2 weeks old; has corn enough and 120 pounds of pork and has no salt; in Captain Crump's Company; Beat No. 13; $10.00; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Glasscock, John R.; 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 John R. Glasscock for keeping and feeding and boarding John McMurry's family to his house; Beat No. 9; $25.00 [According to his monument in the Duck River Missionary Baptist Church in Cullman County, John R. Glasscock was born 10 Dec 1813 and died 1 Apr 1891].

Glasscock, Mack [Macabee]; wife [Nancy] and four children; Daniel, 9 years old; Sarah, 6 years old; Jonas, 3 years old; Martha, [?]; 100 bushels corn; 250 pounds pork; in Captain Dew's Company; Beat No. 1; $20.00; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Glasscock, T.C.; wife; no means of support; Beat No. 2; $10.00

Glasscock, Thomas Clark; Isabella, his wife; in Captain Dew's Company; Beat No. 4; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Glover, William; 18 years old; mother, 40 years old; Sarah, sister, 13 years old; George, 9 years old; Jane, 7 years old; John, 4 years old; has no means whatever; in Captain Turpin's Company; February 27, 1862; Beat No. 9; $73.00; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Goggin, George C.; 47 years old; Juletta, 40 years old; William Harry, 18 years old; Sarah Addy, 16 years old; Elvina, 14 years old; Cicero, 12 years old; George Marion, 10 years old; Ciphrona, 8 years old; Lonzo, 6 years old; Bennett, 3 years old; 100 bushels corn; 475 pounds pork on hand; in Captain Musgrove's Company; Beat No. 3; $10.00; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Goldsmith, William; Sarah, wife; youngest from one to two; in Captain Alldredge's Company; April 3, 1862; Beat No. 9; $20.00; [See Company A, 48th Alabama Infantry]

Goodrich, John; wife and four children; William, 8 years old; Pruda, 6 years old; John, 3 years old; Alice, 1 year old; no means of support; Beat No. 1; $80.00; [See Lewis' Battalion]

Gormer, George; Beat No. 7; (Listed, but no branch of service given)

Graves, Charles Henry; wife and five children; Thomas, 16 years old; Nancy, 14 years old; William, 11 years old; Martha, 8 years old; Mary, 6 years old; 50 bushels corn; no pork; in Captain Sapp's Company, Conley's Regiment; Beat No. 1; $20.00; [See Company F, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Graves, James D.; wife [Angeline] and four children; Lutisha, 14 years old; Dewit, 11 years old; Margaret, 9 years old; Sylvan, 8 years old; 25 bushels corn; no pork; Beat No. 1; $30.00

Graves, Johnson; needs nothing; in Captain Smith's Company; November 20, 1861; Beat No. 6

Graves, M.P.; 20 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]

Graves, T.W., no dependents; in Captain Arnold's Company, 26th Regiment, October 14, 1861; Beat No. 6; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Graves, William; 38 years old; Dicey, 31 years old; Melvin, 11 years old; Randolph, 7 years old; also mother and sister; this family I am informed is in need of aid but to what extent I am unaware as the live in another beat; in Captain Skinner's Company, 19th Regiment, August 10, 1861; Beat No. 5; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Graves, William; Dicy, his wife; girl, 11 years old; boy, 7 years old; mother and sister; has no means of support; allowance made in Beat No. 5; in Captain Skinner's Company, 19th Regiment, August 11, 1861; Beat No. 6; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Gray, William B.; Susan, wife; meat needed; salt needed and leather; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 12, 1861; Beat No. 6; $15.00; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Green, J.T.; Nancy, wife; in Captain Alldredge's Company; April 3, 1862; Beat No. 9; $10.00; [See Company A, 48th Alabama Infantry]

Griffin, R.H.; Sarah, wife; girl, 3 years old; boy, infant; needs: meat, salt, and leather; in Captain R.M. Smith's Company of Calvary; Beat No. 6; $25.00

Gurley, Jackson J.; 27 years old; no dependents; in Captain Musgrove's Company, Colonel Conley's Battalion, September 24, 1861; Beat No. 12; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Haden, George S.; 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 George S. Haden for provisions furnished volunteer's wife and children; Beat No. 9; $3.13

Haden, John W., 20 years old; left father and mother and minor brother; not dependent upon him for their support; in Captain Tidmore's Company; February 25, 1862; Beat No. 14; [See Company C, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Hagood, Mark K.; wife and one child; not dependent on the public for support now; in Captain Franklin's Company, Colonel Blount's Regiment, December 31, 1861; Beat No. 14

Hall, T.C.; needs nothing; in Captain Arnold's Company, 26th Regiment, October 14, 1861; Beat No. 6; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Hall, Zachariah; wife and five children; male, 16 years old; male, 12 years old; female, 14 years old; female, 5 years old; female, 2 years old; no aid needed; in Captain Dew's Company, Conley's Regiment, Beat No. 13; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Hallmark, George; wife and three children; 1 female, 5 years old; 1 male, 3 years old; 1 male, 3 months old; has corn enough for bread; they need 100 pounds pork; in Captain Tidmore's Company; February 25, 1862; Beat No. 13; $20.00; [See Company C, 28th Alabama Infantry]

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

Hallmark, R.C.; Mary E. Hallmark, his wife; 25 years old; has four children; has plenty of provisions; in Captain Crump's Company; Beat No. 3; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Hamby, John, 25 years old; in Captain Turpin's Company; February 27, 1862; Beat No. 9; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

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

Hamilton, John; son of a widow [Martha], has minor brothers and sisters; female, 14 years old; female, 12 years old; female, 9 years old; male, 7 years old; need 20 bushels corn; 300 pounds meat; 40 pounds cotton; $7.00 worth leather; 100 pounds salt; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 14, 1861; Beat No. 7; $25.00; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Hanes, John S.; 16 years old; E.R. Hanes, father, 36 years old; F.A. Hanes, 38 years old; Nancy, sister, 14 years old; Martha, sister, 4 years old; Violantee, 2 years old; his father has been rendered unable to work by being wounded from the discharge of a gun by accident; in Captain Whitfield's Company, November 9, 1861; Beat No. 5; $15.00; [Company I, 54th Alabama Infantry]

Hanna, Charles W.; 20 years old; in Captain Musgrove's Company; Beat No. 3; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Hanna, Francis A.; 27 years old; in Captain Musgrove's Company; Beat No. 3; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Hanna, John M.; 30 years old; Sarah Ann Hanna, 27 years old; Virgil Alexander, 2 years old; Missouri Argonetta, 3 months old; 60 bushels corn; 700 pounds pork on hand; in Captain Musgrove's Company; Beat No. 3; $15.00; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Hanna, Nathaniel G.; 25 years old; in Captain Musgrove's Company; Beat No. 3; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Harbin, Bluford A.; Hetty, J.P., wife, 28 years old; Emely, 9 years old; James C., 2 year old; they have hogs to make their meat, 20 bushels corn; 2 bushels wheat; one milk cow; one mare and buggy; they have no salt; in Captain Arnold's Company, Davis Battalion, October 14, 1861; Beat No. 12; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Harbin, James A.; 21 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]

Harbin, James A.; 27 years old; Amanda, 25 years old; Cinthia L., 7 years old; Susan, 6 years old; Mary, 4 years old; George, 1 year old; needs no present aid, but will need aid by and by; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, Beat No. 5; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Harden, J.H.; M.A. Harden, his wife; 25 years old; 1 female, 12 years old; 1 female, 10 years old; 1 male, 6 years old; 1 male, 3 years old; 1 child, 3 weeks old; has corn sufficient; will need 100 pounds meat, need some cotton; in Captain Turpin's Company, February 25, 1862; Beat No. 3; $22.00; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Harris, Charles W.; 27 years old; Deborah, his mother, 70 years old; Jane, sister, 18 years old; Aaron, brother, 15 years old; 20 bushels corn on hand; in Captain Musgrove's Company; Beat No. 3; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Harris, Elizabeth; (see Brown, Thomas); Beat No. 9

Harris, James C.; Elizabeth, wife, 24; Eliza Ann, 7 years old; Nancy, 4 years old; they have about 18 bushesl corn; no meat; no salt; no leather and no cotton or wheel; in Captain Savage's Company, Davis Battalion, September 5, 1861; Beat No. 12; $35.00

Hartgraves, William B.; 31 years old; Cintha, 23 years old; Margaret, 3 years old; Macy, 1 year old; this family claims no aid at this time; in Captain Skinner's Company, 19th Regiment, August 10, 1861; Beat No. 5; [William is actually in McKenzie's Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Hatley, William; Nancy Hatley, his wife, 32 years old; 1 boy, 15 years old; 1 boy, 10 years old; 1 boy 1 year old; has corn sufficient but no meat; in Captain Crump's Company, January 17, 1862; Beat No. 11; $20.00; [William Hatley was not located in the Compiled Service Records for Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Hayden, J.M.; 22 years old; no dependents; in Captain Arnold's Company, Davis Battalion, October 14, 1861; Beat No. 12; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Hays, David; wife [Emily] and four children; Harrison, 14 years old; John, 12 years old; Elizabeth, 8 years old; Mary, 1 year old; 200 bushels corn; 500 pounds pork; Beat No. 1

Hays, S.T.; 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 S.T. Hays for provisions furnished James Bentley's family; Beat No. 9; $5.00

Hays, Standwick, Jr.; wife; 40 bushels corn; pork; Beat No. 2; $2.00

Hays, Stephen; wife and got nothing, she is at her fathers; in Captain Tidmore's Company; February 25, 1862; Beat No. 13; [See Company C, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Hazelrig, Jackson; 40 years old; Jane C., his wife, 34 years old; Sarah Ann, 11 years old; Seaborn J., 11 years old; Samantha C., 9 years old; Anthony J., 4 years old; James A., 6 years old; William B., one and a half years old; she has one horse and one yoke of steers, one wagon, two milk cows and calves; four dry cattle and provisions plenty for the present year; in Captain Tidmore's Company; February 25, 1862; Beat No. 14; [See Company C, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Helms, Baylus; 46 years old; Nancy, wife, 34 years old; Elvira, 10 years old; James, 5 years old; they have plenty; in Captain Turpin's Company; February 27, 1862; Beat No. 9; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Henderson, Lavert; widow [Manerva] Henderson has two sons in the army, T.M. Henderson and Lavert Henderson; Mrs. Henderson has three children with her, Clinton, 11 years old; Ann, and Alice; I deem her means of support sufficient for the present year; she has land and stock; has means of making a support; in Captain F. Hanby's Company; October, 1861; Beat No. 1; [See Company F, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Henderson, T.M.; widow [Manerva] Henderson has two sons in the army, T.M. Henderson and Lavert Henderson; Mrs. Henderson has three children with her, Clinton, 11 years old; Ann, and Alice; I deem her means of support sufficient for the present year; she has land and stock; has means of making a support; in Captain B.H. Sapp's Company; October 12, 1861; Beat No. 1; [See Company F, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Hendricks, Elisha B.; 23 years old; Martha J., his wife, 23 years old; Mary J., 2 years old; Sarah G., 3/4 years old; has one mare and colt; one yoke of steers; one heifer, one hog, has 25 bushels corn, has 250 pounds bacon, has 100 binds fodder; has 14 acres wheat growing; in Captain Crump's Company; January 17, 1862; Beat No. 14; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

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

Hendricks, Samuel M.; 22 year old; no dependents; in Captain Skinner's Company, 19th Regiment, August 12, 1861; Beat No. 5; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Hendricks, William H.; Mary Hendricks, his wife, 23 years old; has six children; has plenty; in Captain Crump's Company, January 17, 1862; Beat No. 11; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Henry, Isaac; Beat No. 7; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Henson, John; 32 years old; Sarah, wife, 32 years old; Phillip R., son, 10 years old; Sarah R., daughter, 8 years old; Joseph D., 6 years old; George W., 3 years old; John H.B., 2 months old; have 2 bushels corn; 325 pounds meat; no salt; have one cow and calf; in Captain Sappington's Company, September 10, 1861; Beat No. 9; $40.00; [Company A, 50th Alabama Infantry]

Hicks, Elisha; 18 years old; no aid needed; in Captain Dew's Company; Beat No. 7; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Hicks, James M.; wife and three children; male, 5 years old; female, 3 years old; female, 1 year old; needs one bushel salt; in Captain Sapp's Company, Conley's Regiment; Beat No. 13; [See Company F, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Higginbotham, David; son, Henry, 12 years old; corn on hand, forty bushels; bacon sufficient for family; need some salt and leather; in Captain Turpin's Company; February 25, 1862; Beat No. 14; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Higginbotham, Henry; left a wife and one boy; in Captain Turpin's Company, Frazier's Regiment; Beat No. 14; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Higginbotham, Ira J.; no dependents; in Captain Musgrove's Company, October 17, 1861; Beat No. 14; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Higginbotham, James W., Jr.; no dependents; in Captain Musgrove's Company, October 17, 1861; Beat No. 14; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

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

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

Hinds, H.A.; 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 H.A. Hinds for provisions furnished volunteer families; Beat No. 9; $11.50

Hipp, Zion Wesley; Saphrona, wife; girl, 12 years old; boy, 6 years old; girl, 3 years old; they have corn and meat to do them 4 months; salt needed; spinning wheel and cotton needed, need leather or shoes; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 12, 1861; Beat No. 6; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Hix, Nathaniel West; left no one dependent; in Captain Dew's Company; Beat No. 13; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Hix, Norris; left 1 [?]; 1 female, 2 years old; 1 male, 4 months old; needs: $4.00 worth leather; in Captain Dew's Company, September 1861; Beat No. 2; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Hix, Robert A.; wife and nine children; 1 male, 13 years old; 1 male, 6 years old; 1 female, 21 years old; 1 female, 20 years old; 1 female, 10 years old; 1 female, 8 years old; 1 female 3 years old; 1 female 1 year old; they have corn enough to make their breat and they have 30 pounds bacon and no salt; in Captain Tidmore's Company; February 25, 1862; Beat No. 13; $40.00; [See Company C, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Hogeland, Alexander; wife and two children; John, 4 years old; William, 2 years old; 25 bushels corn; Beat No. 1; $25.00; [See Company F, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Hollingsworth, John; has wife with no means of support; in Captain Hanby's Company, 19th Regiment, Beat No. 13; [Company C, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Holly, Andrew J.; Sylvania B., wife; girl, 2 years old; boy, infant; needs: meat, salt, cotton, and cards; in Captain Skinner's Company, 19th Regiment, August 12, 1861; Beat No. 6; $20.00; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Holmes, James M.; wife and one child provided for; in Captain Humphrey's Company, November 1861; Beat No. 4; [Company H, 27th Alabama Infantry]

Holt, Thomas J.; one female, her need of: meat 150 pounds; one-half bushel salt; 10 pounds cotton; 1 male, 5 years old; 1 female, 4 years; 1 female, 1 year old; in Captain Sapp's Company, October 13, 1861; Beat No. 2; $19.00; [See Company F, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Honea, William J.; Elmira, wife; boy, 9 years old; boy, 7 years old; boy, 5 years old; boy, 4 years old; infant; has corn to do 3 months; meat to do 4 months; has one cow that will give milk in the spring; needs some salt and some leather; has 12 acres in cultivation; in Captain Arnold's Company, 26th Regiment, October 20, 1861; Beat No. 6; $30.00; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Hood, A.J.; need no aid; in Captain Alldredge's Company; Beat No. 16

Hood, Fleming; 33 years old; Sarah, 27 years old; Alexander, 12 years old; boy, 9 years old; Susan, 6 years old; girl, 4 years old; William, six months old; needs aid as to food and clothing; no dependents; in Captain Skinner's Company, 19th Regiment, August 10, 1861; Beat No. 5; [Fleming Hood is actually in McKenzie's Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Horseley, A.R.; Nancy, wife; John M., 1 year old; 4 bushels corn; meat enough to do 6 months; not much clothing and no means to get it; in Captain Franklin's Company, Colonel Blount's Regiment, December 31, 1861; Beat No. 14; $20.00 [Company I, 15th Alabama Infantry]

Howard, M.S.; 23 years old; no dependents; in Captain Ray's Company, August 15, 1861; Beat No. 9; [Company F, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Howard, S.M.; 24 years old; no dependents; in Captain Ray's Company, August 15, 1861; Beat No. 9; [Company F, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Howard, Silas A.; 17 years old; father, 75 years old; mother, 60 years old; 1 girl grandchild, 17 years old; his father was dependent on him; have 100 bushels corn; 100 pounds meat; has salt; in Captain R.P. Ray's Company, August 5, 1861; Beat No. 9; [Company F, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Howard, Thomas P.; 26 years old; Jesabel, wife, 25 years old; George E., brother, 16 years old; Martha, sister, 13 years old; have 50 bushels corn; 425 pounds pork; little salt; in Captain R.P. Ray's Company, August 5, 1861; Beat No. 9; [Company F, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Howle, John H.; in Captain Arnold's Company; Beat No. 7; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Hudson, John Martin; 18 years old; no dependents; in Captain Hanby's Company, 19th Regiment, August 13, 1861; Beat No. 12; [Company C, 19th Alabama Infantry; born 4 Sep 1844 in Blount County; living at Pinson in the 1907 Jefferson County Confederate Census]

Hudson, Luther M.; 24 years old; no dependents; in Captain Skinner's Company, 19th Regiment, August 12, 1861; Beat No. 5; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Huffstutler, A.O.; Joel Grigsby, 11 months; needs no aid; in Captain Dew's Company, Colonel Conley's Battalion, September 24, 1861; Beat No. 12; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Huffstutler, Adam O.; no dependents; in Captain Skinner's Company K 19th Alabama, August 10, 1861; Beat No. 13; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Huffstutler, Hugh; wife and four children; male, 7 years old; male, 4 years old; male, 2 years old; male, 4 months old; needs 25 bushels corn; in Captain Dew's Company, Conley's Regiment, Beat No. 13; $25.00; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Huffstutler, William; 38 years old; Nancy, his wife; 39 years old; Mary Ann, 16 years old; Martha E., 13 years old; Sarah J.J., 11 years old; William L., 9 years old; Adaline M., 7 years old; Nancy B., 2 years old; this family has plenty left them to support on; in Captain Crump's Company; Januray 17, 1862; Beat No. 14; [Not found in Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Huie, Robert D.; 18 years old; left no one dependent; in Captain Crump's Company; January 17, 1862; Beat No. 14; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

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

Humphrey, William; Susan, wife; Mahala E., 17 years old; Awlsey, son, 14 years old; son, 12 years old; son,10 years old; girl, 7 years old; son, 4 years old; son, 2 years old; son, 9 months old; has bread and pork, she thinks enough to do her; having a mare and colt, cattle, hogs and sheep; in Captain Skinner's Company, August 1861; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Humphries, A.J.; no dependents; in Captain Gayle's Company, 12 Regiment, Jun 1861; "in the same company and regiment as John Box, left same time;" Beat No. 4; [Company H, 12th Alabama Infantry]

Humphries, James; needs nothing; in Captain Arnold's Company, 26th Regiment, October 14, 1861; Beat No. 6; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Hunkapiller, John Crawford; female, 8 years old; female, 5 years old; male, 3 years old; need 25 bushels corn; 500 pounds meat; 35 pounds cotton; $6.00 worth leather; 80 pounds salt; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 14, 1861; Beat No. 7; $35.00; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Hyatt, Jesse; no dependents; no dependents; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 10, 1861; Beat No. 5; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]