1862 Blount County
Confederate Census (I - L)


Ingram, R.A.W.; Sarah E. Ingram, his wife, 25 years old; 1 boy, 7 years old; 1 boy, 4 years old; 1 girl, 2 years old; has plenty; in Captain Crump's Company, January 17, 1862; Beat No. 11; [Not found in Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Ingram, R.L.; Jane Ingram, his wife, 25 years old; 1 child, 5 years old; 1 child, 2 years old; has plenty; in Captain Crump's Company, January 17, 1862; Beat No. 11; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Jackson, John; 15 years old; Lucintha, mother, 30 years old; Milinda, sister, 12 years old; Andrew, 9 years old; has 10 bushels corn; has no mean, has one peck salt; in Captain Turpin's Company; February 27, 1862; Beat No. 9; $35.00; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Jackson, John; female, 1 year old; needs: 10 bushels corn; 150 pounds meat; $3.00 leather; 50 pounds salt; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 14, 1861; Beat No. 7; $20.00; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Jenkins, John; Sarah Jenkins, his wife, 33 years old; 1 male, 16 years old; 1 male, 15 years old; 1 female, 13 years old; 1 child, 1 week old; has 6 bushels corn; will need 75 bushels; has no meat, will want 200 pounds; in Captain Turpin's Company, February 25, 1862; Beat No. 3; $40.00; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Jennings, Andrew T.; 23 years old; left a mother, two minor sisters, one brother, and one aunt dependent upon for support; Margaret Jennings, his mother, 47 years old; Della Jennings, aunt, 45 years old; Matilda A.D., sister, 21 years old; Margaret T.M., sister, 11 years old; Elisah C., brother, 4 years old; has one work horse and one colt; two cows and calves; three sows and 12 pigs; has 200 pounds bacon; has no corn; has 10 bushels wheat sowed on rental land; has 50 pounds picked cotton; in Captain Turpin's Company; February 25, 1862; Beat No. 14; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Jett, Joseph; wife and three children; Rebecca, 15 years old; Melvina; 12 years old; William, 8 years old; 150 bushels corn; no pork; in Captain Sapp's Company; Beat No. 1; $30.00; [See Company F, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Johnson, Moses; 36 years old; Jane, 41 years old; John T., 11 years old; she has 2 bushels corn and one-half enough meat, has $80.00 due her from the County; in Captain Dew's Company, Colonel Conley's Regiment, October 1, 1861; Beat No. 5; $10.00; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Johnson, Phillip; Beat No. 7; (Listed, but no branch of service given)

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

Johnson, Thomas; 45 years old; Nancy, 30 years old; Susan, 14 years old; Sarah, 12 years old; John, 6 years old; Martha, 2 years old; this family needs help; they need corn and pork, some 4 to 500 pounds besides what they can obtain themselves; in Captain Skinner's Company, 19th Regiment, August 14, 1861; Beat No. 5; $50.00; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Jones, Andrew J.; 21 years old; in Captain Dew's Company; Beat No. 3; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Jones, Cullen; 20 years old; no dependents; in Captain Musgrove's Company, Beat No. 17; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Jones, G.B.M.; Celia Jones, his wife, 24 years old; 1 child, 3 years old; 1 child, 1 year old; needs one bushel of salt; has meat sufficient; needs 35 bushels corn; in Captain Crump's Company, January 17, 1862; Beat No. 11; $15.00; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Jones, J.A.J.; 30 years old; Margaret A., his wife, 22 years old; Josephene, 1 year old; left one work horse, two cows and calves, nine shoats, one sow and pigs; five pounds cotton; provisions plenty for present year; in Captain Tidmore's Company; February 25, 1862; Beat No. 14; [See Company C, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Jones, Jasper W., 20 years old; Jane C., wife, 21 years old; James W., 2 years old; has 20 bushels corn; has 30 pounds bacon; no salt; in Captain Turpin's Company; February 27, 1862; Beat No. 9; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

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

Jones, Milton A.; 29 years old; left no one dependent; in Captain Turpin's Company; February 27, 1862; Beat No. 9; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Jones, Powell; 33 years old; Elizabeth Jones, 28 years old; Francis Ann, 9 years old; Thomas, 7 years old; John D., 5 years old; Debby Ann, 3 years old; baby boy, 6 months old; 200 bushels corn; 300 ponds pork on hand; in Captain McCaskill's Company; Beat No. 3; $5.00

Jones, Seaborn M.; 21 years old; no dependents; in Captain Skinner's Company, 19th Regiment, August 10, 1861; Beat No. 5; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Jones, William H.; 28 years old; Mary Jane, 25 years old; Calaway, 7 years old; Sarah Ann, 5 years old; Tillilha Ann, 9 months old; 65 bushels of corn; 300 pounds pork on hand; in Captain Dew's Company, 1861; Beat No. 3; $5.00; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Jones, William K.; left a wife and two children; Alva, 3 years old; George, 1 year old; corn on hand 11 bushels; has no bacon nor anyway to procure either; has one cow; has two cows and one horse; in Captain Turpin's Company, Frazier's Regiment; February 25, 1862; Beat No. 14; $40.00; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Jones, William; 35 years old; Mary Jane 21 years old; James Coleman, 5 years old; Luillen Coleman, 3 years old; William Boregard, 1 months old; 100 bushels corn; 300 pounds pork on hand; in Captain Dew's Company, 1861; Beat No. 3; $5.00; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Junior, Jackson; 26 years old; no dependents; in Captain Sappington's Company, September 10, 1861; Beat No. 9; [Company A, 50th Alabama Infantry; son of Hampton and Catherine Junior]

Junior, James; 28 years old; no dependents; in Captain Sappington's Company, September 10, 1861; Beat No. 9; [Company A, 50th Alabama Infantry]

Junior, Milton; 18 years old; no dependents; in Captain Sappington's Company, September 10, 1861; Beat No. 9; [Company A, 50th Alabama Infantry; son of Hampton and Catherine Junior]

Kelly, W.W., 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; $5.00; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Kelsoe, Archibald H.; female, 6 years old; male, 2 years old; female, 4 years old; has 2 orphan children; 100 pounds meat needed; $5.00 - $30.00 [?] worth clothing; 50 pounds salt; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 14, 1861; Beat No. 7; $25.00; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Kelsoe, David; Rebecca, wife; boy, 8 years old; girl, 3 years old; has no means of support whatever; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 12, 1861; Beat No. 6; $30.00; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Kelsoe, James W.; female, 5 years old; male, 3 years old; female, infant; need 200 pounds meat; 35 pounds cotton; $4.00 worth leather; 75 pounds salt; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 14, 1861; Beat No. 7; $24.00; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Kelsoe, William W.; female, 4 years old; female, 2 years old; 20 bushels corn, 300 pounds meat; 30 pounds cotton; $4.00 worth leather; 75 pounds salt; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 14, 1861; Beat No. 7; $24.00; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Kelsoe, William W.; leaves a little girl orphan; this child is left with a poor old grandmother; female, 8 years old; needs: 10 bushels corn; 100 pounds meat; 25 pounds salt; $3.00 worth leather; $10.00 worth clothing; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 14, 1861; Beat No. 7; $5.00; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

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

Killion, Reuben M.; female, 6 years old; female, 4 years old; need 10 bushels corn, 100 pounds meat; 15 pounds cotton; $1.50 worth leather; 25 pounds salt; in Captain Taylor's Company, 2 Mississippi, April 29th, 1861; Beat No. 7; $15.00; [Company H, 2nd Regiment Mississippi Infantry; Reuben M. Killion married Mary E. Oden 26 Sep 1854, Blount County]

King, Alfred Green; Katherine, wife; girl, 10 years old; boy, infant; she needs salt and some leather; has a cow giving milk; has 15 acres of land in cultivation; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 12, 1861; Beat No. 6; $10.00; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

King, Annual; no dependents; in Captain McKenzie's Company, August 1861; Beat No. 4; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

King, Caleb; 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 Caleb King for provisions furnished Adaline Calvert, volunteer's wife; Beat No. 9; $0.87

King, George Calvin; no dependents; in Captain McKenzie's Company, August 1861; Beat No. 4; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

King, James L.; 29 years old; left no one dependent on him; in Captain Tidmore's Company; February 25, 1862; Beat No. 14; [See Company C, 28th Alabama Infantry]

King, John Clark; needs nothing; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 10, 1861; Beat No. 6; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

King, John; in Captain Kensey's Company, Wheeler's Regiment

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

King, Thomas Marcus; needs nothing; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 10, 1861; Beat No. 6; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

King, William J.; 19 years old; left no one dependent on him; in Captain Tidmore's Company; February 25, 1862; Beat No. 14; [See Company C, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Kyle, William; 18 years old; no dependents; in Captain Humphrey's Company, Beat No. 17; [Company H, 27th Alabama Infantry]

Lamb, James S.; no family left; in Captain Arnold's Company; Beat No. 8; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Laningham, David; wife and seven children; Wiley, 17 years old; Enoch, 15 years old; Elizabeth, 12 years old; Catherine and Matilda, 9 years old; James, 5 years old; Jane, 3 years old; 150 bushels corn; 500 pounds pork; in Captain J.H. Skinner's Company K, 19th Alabama; Beat No. 1; $10.00; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Latham, James; Mrs. Latham, a widow, has two sons in the service, William and James, that helped her some; she has two children, 1 son, Thomas, 14 years old; 1 daughter, Mary, 11 years old; she has corn sufficient for the present year; will lack some meat; has no land or stock, and no means of making support except by hiring; in Captain B.H. Sapp's Company; October 2, 1861; Beat No. 1; $10.00; [See Company F, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Latham, William; Mrs. Latham, a widow, has two sons in the service, William and James, that helped her some; she has two children, 1 son, Thomas, 14 years old; 1 daughter, Mary, 11 years old; she has corn sufficient for the present year; will lack some meat; has no land or stock, and no means of making support except by hiring; in Captain B.H. Sapp's Company; October 2, 1861; Beat No. 1; $10.00; [See Company F, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Lathrum, Charles; died the 11th of November 1861; Sarah, wife; 1 girl, 13 years old; 1 son, 11 years old; 1 girl, 5 years old; has an old wagon and yoke oxen; 2 cows and calves; 4 pork hogs, 2 or 3 sows; needs: 30 bushels corn; 75 pounds salt; 25 pounds cotton and cards; in Captain G.W. Whitfield's Company, Beat No. 4; $33.00; [Company I, 54th Alabama Infantry]

Latta, Robert T.; 21 years old; in Captain Tidmore's Company; February 25, 1862; Beat No. 14; [See Company C, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Lawrence, Seaborn; 18 years old; no dependents; in Captain Humphrey's Company, Beat No. 17; [Company H, 27th Alabama Infantry]

Lawrence, Thomas; 22 years old; no dependents; in Captain Humphrey's Company, Beat No. 17; [Company H, 27th Alabama Infantry]

Lawrence, W.A.; no dependents; in Captain Humphrey's Company, December 1861; Beat No. 4; [Company H, 27th Alabama Infantry]

Lee, George M.; left a wife and one child, a boy about 18 months old; left with but limited means, but have moved to Jefferson County; in Captain Musgrove's Company, October 17, 1861; Beat No. 14; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

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

Lee, James; has wife and child; they are gone to Decatur out of this beat; in Captain G.W. Whitfield's Company, August 1861; Beat No. 4; [Company I, 54th Alabama Infantry]

Leeman, Samuel; 39 years old; boy 17 years old; boy, 8 years old; boy, 4 years old; boy, 4 months old; girl, 16 years old; girl, 14 years old; girl, 7 years old; 25 bushels corn; 50 pounds salt; 450 pounds pork; 3 milk cows; wants 20 pounds cotton; in Captain Humphrey's Company, Beat No. 17; $2.50; [Company H, 27th Alabama Infantry]

Lindsey, Edward; 28 years old; Malinda L., 19 years old; Jane Lindsey, mother, 75 years old; Mary Ann Lindsey, sister, 29 years old; Nancy Ann Lindsey, 24 years old; in Captain Musgrove's Company; Beat No. 3; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Lindsey, Manuel; 30 years old; Elizabeth, wife, 27 years old; William, 8 years old; Robert, 6 years old; Monroe, 4 years old; baby, 1 year old; 25 bushels of corn; 300 pound pork on hand; in Captain McCaskill's Company; Beat No. 3; $25.00

Lingo, Moses; wife and three children; Pinda, 4 years old; Nancy, 2 years old; infant, 1 year old; 25 bushels corn; no pork; in Captain J.H. Skinner's Company; Beat No. 1; $60.00; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Lipscomb, John T.; need no aid; in Captain Alldredge's Company; Beat No. 16; [See Company A, 48th Alabama Infantry]

Livingston, Samuel; has a wife and two children; Martha Jane, 3 years old; Samuel Jackson, 1 year old; has no means of support for the present year except about 50 pounds bacon; in Captain Dew's Company; September 24, 1861; Beat No. 1; $40.00; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Lockwood, William L.; left wife and four children; son, 4 years old; son, 2 years old; son, 2 months old; daughter, 6 years old; have 10 bushels corn; no meat; no salt; no shoes; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment; Beat No. 8; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Logan, Harrison; Beat No. 7; (Listed, but no branch of service given)

Love, Henry; wife and three children; 1 female, 5 years old; 1 female, 3 years old; 1 female, 1 year old; they need 100 pounds pork; in Captain Tidmore's Company; February 25, 1862; Beat No. 13; $10.00; [See Company C, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Love, Samuel A.; wife and eight children; Marney J. (male), 16 years old; Elizabeth, 14 years old; Robert, 11 years old; Fielding, 9 years old; Samuel, 7 years old; James, 5 years old; Rebecca, 3 years old; Cynthia, 1 year old; nearly out of bread; nearly enough meat to do her; has no salt and no shoes for the family and no means to get them; in Captain Franklin's Company, Colonel Blount's Regiment, December 31, 1861; Beat No. 14; $80.00 [Truss Company, Barbiere's Battalion]

Love, Wiley F.; wife and one female, 9 months old; needs 50 pounds pork, salt, and shoes; in Captain Tidmore's Company; February 25, 1862; Beat No. 13; $15.00; [See Company C, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Love, William; has a wife and 8 children; 1 male, 14 years old; 1 male, 9 years old; 1 female, 12 years old; 1 female, 10 years old; 1 female, 8 years old; 1 female, 5 years old; 1 female, 3 years old; 1 female 3 months old; they have 50 pounds bacon on hand and needs 20 bushels corn; in in Captain Tidmore's Company; Beat No. 13; $50.00; [See Company C, 28th Alabama Infantry]

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

Lowe, Melvin; left no one dependent; Beat No. 7; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Lowe, William; left no one dependent; Beat No. 7; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Lowery, James A.; Margaret, wife; boy, infant; meat and salt needed, leather needed; had 2 cows that will give milk this spring and summer; in Captain Skinner's Company, 19th Regiment, August 11, 1861; Beat No. 6; $10.00; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Lowery, Jeremiah; no aid needed; in Captain Arnold's Company, 26th Regiment, October 12, 1861; Beat No. 6; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Lowery, John; no aid needed; in Captain Arnold's Company, 26th Regiment, October 12, 1861; Beat No. 6; [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

Loyd, John, 23 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]

Loyd, John; Louisa; has three sons; has enough to do this year; in Captain Skinner's Company; March 31, 1862; Beat No. 9; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Loyd, William; left a wife and children; Sary, 2 years old; Martha, 1 years old; Henderson, 4 years old; she has 325 bushels of corn, enough for 2 or 3 years; 2 milk cows, 450 pounds pork; 17 head stock hogs; 3 yearlings, one beef fattening on shears; has no salt; the court can decided whether this fmaily needs aid or not; Polly Loyd lives with her; in Captain Musgrove's Company, Colonel Conley's Regiment; Beat No. 16; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Lynn, Edley; 25 years old; no dependents; in Captain Harper's Company, regiment unknown; Beat No. 17 [son of James and Frances Lynn]