1862 Blount County
Confederate Census (S - U)


Samples, John; 21 years old; has a wife, no children; needs assistance; in Captain Humphrey's Company, Beat No. 17; $10.00; [Company H, 27th Alabama Infantry]

Sandlin, Joseph; 1 male, 5 years old; 1 female, 3 years old; 1 male, 1 year old; needs: 1 bushel salt; $6.00 worth thread; $5.00 worth leather; in Captain Musgrove's Company; September 1861; Beat No. 2; $10.00; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Sandlin, Lewis; 1 male 18 years old; 1 female, 16 years old; 1 female, 14 years old; needs: one-half sack salt; in Captain Skinner's Company K 19th Regiment; Beat No. 2; [See Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Sandlin, Obediah; 1 male, 12 years old; 1 female, 8 years old; 1 male, 4 years old; 1 male, 3 years old; 1 male, 1 year old; in Captain Musgrove's Company, September 1861; Beat No. 2; $7.00; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Sapp, B.H., wife and seven children; had plenty; Beat No. 2; [See Company F, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Scott, Anderson; 25 years old; no dependents; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 12, 1861; Beat No. 5; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Scott, [James] Edward; 27 years old; no dependents; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 12, 1861; Beat No. 5; [Actually, James Edward Scott is in Company K, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Scott, Houston; Martha, wife; girl, 2 years old; boy, 1 year old; has corn and meat to do; leather needed and cotton cards; some cloth needed; in Captain Smith's Company; November 20, 1861; Beat No. 6; $10.00; [Houston Scott married Martha Gunter 14 Oct 1858, Blount County]

Scott, John; in Captain Smith's Company, Regiment unknown; November 20, 1861; family removed to Georgia; Beat No. 6; [John Scott married Mary Elizabeth Brown 14 Oct 1858, Blount County]

Scroggins, Solomon; 18 years old; Sinthis, wife, 17 years old; have nothing; in Captain Turpin's Company; February 27, 1862; Beat No. 9; $10.00; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

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

Self, Isaac; 27 years old; Rebecca, 69 years old; Elizabeth, 35 years old; needs no present aid; in Captain Musgrove's Company, 29th Regiment, September 1861; Beat No. 5; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Self, Jesse; boy, 10 years old; boy, 6 years old; girl, 12 years old; girl, 8 years old; girl, 5 years old; girl, 3 years old; girl, 1 year old; 10 barrels corn; 500 pounds pork; no salt; 2 milk cows; no leather; no cotton; wants 3 pair of shoes; in Captain Humphrey's Company, Beat No. 17; $15.00; [Company H, 27th Alabama Infantry]

Sexton, William; 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 William Sexton for provisions furnished Sarah A. Beavers, volunteer's wife; Beat No. 9; $3.00

Shackley, Martin; 30 years old; boy, 3 years old; boy, 1 year old; girl, 5 years old; 20 barrels corn; 350 pounds pork; have no salt; 3 milk cows; 3 pounds cotton; in Captain Humphrey's Company, Beat No. 17; [Company H, 27th Alabama Infantry]

Shaddix, Pleasant; 18 years old; left no one dependent; in Captain Turpin's Company; February 27, 1862; Beat No. 9; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Shelton, Edward; no wife; has one female child, 3 years old living at William Shelton's; in Captain Hanby's Company, Beat No. 13; $10.00; [Company C, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Shelton, Elias C.; male, 12 years old; male, 9 years old; female, 8 years old; female, 6 years old; male, 4 years old; male, 2 years old; needs: 30 bushels corn; 250 pounds meat; 25 pounds cotton; $6.00 worth leather; 150 pounds salt; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 14, 1861; Beat No. 7; $35.00; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Shockley, Jerrene; in Captain Turpin's Company, February 25, 1862; Beat No. 3; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

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

Skinner, S.M.; Beat No. 7; (Listed, but no branch of service given)

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

Smith, Andrew; 19th Regiment, August 14, 1861; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Smith, Asbury; left no one dependent; in Captain Tidmore's Company; Beat No. 13; [See Company C, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Smith, Daniel; 24 years old; in Captain Musgrove's Company; Beat No. 3; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

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

Smith, George M.; Clarinda C., wife; son, 2 years old, since dead; has sow and 4 shoats; 6 pork hogs; plenty corn; in Captain G.W. Whitfield's Company; Beat No. 4; [Company I, 54th Alabama Infantry]; [George M. Smith married Clinda Camp 15 May 1860, Blount County]

Smith, John C.; Mandy Smith, his wife; 25 years old; 1 child, 7 years old; 1 child, 5 years old; 1 child, 3 years old; 1 child, 1 year old; has no provisions; needs 30 bushels corn and 300 pounds meat; in Captain Crump's Company; Beat No. 3; $50.00; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Smith, John S.; left a mother and minor brother, age about 16 years; they are dependent in part upon his aid for help; they have one hog but little corn; you must consider what help they need; in Captain Sapp's Company; Beat No. 14; [See Company F, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Smith, Richard Huey; left his mother, 56 years old; sister, 17 years old; they want 15 bushels corn; one-half bushel salt; Captain Musgrove's Company, September 1861; Beat No. 2; $10.00; [See Company C, 29th Alabama Infantry]

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

Smith, William R.; Elizabeth, wife; girl, 5 years old; girl, 2 years old; girl, infant; have corn and meat to do 4 months; need salt, cotton cards and cloth; $4.00 worth leather; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 11, 1861; Beat No. 6; $25.00; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

South, John; 45 years old; Martha, 32 years old; Lurana, 16 years old; Austin, 14 years old; Vina, 12 years old; Reubin, 11 years old; Viea, 8 years old; Martin, 5 years old; Deforest, 2 years old; this family needs no present aid; in Captain Truit's Company, Colonel Forrest's Regiment; October 1, 1861; Beat No. 5; [John South married Martha Murphree 1 Feb 1844, Blount County]

St. John, Columbus B.; Beat No. 7; (Listed, but no branch of service given); [See Company D, 26/50th Alabama Infantry]

St. John, William P.; 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 William P. St. John for provisions furnished volunteer family; Beat No. 9; $14.00 [The 1860 Blount County Federal Census recorded W.P. St. John married Menervia P. (born in Tennessee)]

Staton, G.D.; in Captain Turpin's Company, February 25, 1862; Beat No. 3; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Staton, John; in Captain Turpin's Company, February 25, 1862; Beat No. 3; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Staton, John; Louis Staton, 23 years old; 1 male, 5 years old; 1 male, 3 years old; 1 male, 1 year old; has plenty of provisions; in Captain Turpin's Company, February 25, 1862; Beat No. 3; [See Company B, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Stephens, Benjamin; 31 years old; Arbelia M., 23 years old; Georgia L., 4 years old; Francis A., 2 years old; 200 bushels corn on hand; 600 pounds pork on hand; in Captain Dew's Company, 1861; Beat No. 3; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Stephens, William D.; 25 years old; in Captain Dew's Company; Beat No. 3; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

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

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

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

Street, John; wife; no means of support; Beat No. 2; $10.00

Stricklin, William M.; 28 years old; Matilda, his wife, 24 years old; William D., 10 years old; Thomas B., 8 years old; Joseph A.J., one and a half years old; has 20 acres of land; one mare and colt; two milk cows; four dry cattle; three sows and eight pigs; has 100 bushels corn; 16 acres wheat growing; has 400 binds fodder; in Captain Tidmore's Company; February 25, 1862; Beat No. 14; [See Company C, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Sullivan, Duncan; left no one dependent; Beat No. 7 [The 1860 Blount County Federal Census recorded Duncan Sullivan was married to Lydia]

Suttles, William M.; Elizabeth, his wife; no assistance wanted; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 12, 1861; Beat No. 6; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Taylor, Abner F.; boy, 19 years old; boy, 17 years old; boy, 12 years old; boy, 5 years old; girl, 21 years old; girl, 15 years old; girl, 11 years old; girl, 8 years old; have corn enough; enough meat for 4 months; need salt; $10.00 worth leather; 1 pair cards; 20 acres in cultivation; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 12, 1861; Beat No. 6; $15.00; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Taylor, James W.; nothing needed; his family removed to Georgia; in Captain McKenzie's Company, 19th Regiment, August 12, 1861; Beat No. 6; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Thomasson, Benjamin A.; 26 years old; Martha Ann, wife, 27 years old; M.O., son, 7 years old; Berry F., 5 years old; Jesse A., 2 years old; Mary E., 1 month old; in Captain Sappington's Company, September 5, 1861; Beat No. 9; $10.00; [Company A, 50th Alabama Infantry]

Thomasson, Jesse M.; 25 years old; Elizabeth, wife, 23 years old; James M., son, 1 year old; have 5 bushels corn; 10 pounds pork; no salt; in Captain Sappington's Company, September 5, 1861; Beat No. 9; $10.00; [Company A, 50th Alabama Infantry]

Tidmore, H.M.; 44 years old; W.H. Tidmore, 16 years old; Emily Tidmore, 13 years old; A.P. Tidmore, 10 years old; left no one dependent; in Captain Tidmore's Company, February 25, 1862; Beat No 14, [entry implies W.H. Tidmore enlisted while H.M. Tidmore was the head of household]

Tidmore, M.; Captain, 41 years old; Elijah Tidmore, 17 years old; Judith Tidmore, the Captain's wife, 36 years old; Henry, 13 years old; Martha, 10 years old; John, 8 years old; William, 6 years old; Mc, 3 years old; corn on hand 200 bushels; bacon on hand 200 pounds; four head horses on hand; fodder on hand, 200 bushels; have 9 head of cattle, 23 head sheep, geese and chickens plenty; in Captain Tidmore's Company, February 25, 1862; Beat No 14, [Elijah Tidmore enlisted in the same company and left the same day as his father]; [See Company C, 28th Alabama Infantry]

Tidwell, Isaiah; 19 years old; left no one dependent; in Captain Crump's Company, January 17, 1862; Beat No. 14; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Tidwell, James M.; 21 years old; Rebecca J., his wife, 23 years old; Jane H., 2 years old; Curtis B., 1 year old; has 80 acres of land and two milk cows, 3 yearlins, hogs, 17 head and one sow and 5 pigs; has 60 bushels corn and cow feed for the present season and has two bushels of wheat and 10 acres growing and has plenty of bacon, 300 pounds; in Captain Tidmore's Company; February 25, 1862; Beat No. 14; [See Company C, 28th Alabama Infantry]

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

Tidwell, Rowan; has a wife and six children; Lousanna, 16 years old; Filding, 14 years old; Hariett, 12 years old; Beverly, 9 years old; Houston, 6 years old; Rowan, 2 years old; has 150 pounds; no corn nor anything else; in Captain Crump's Company; January 17, 1862; Beat No. 14; $75.00; [See Company I, 49th Alabama Infantry]

Tidwell, Zazem; 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 Zazem Tidwell for provision to Mrs. Marion White; Beat No. 9; $3.35

Tims, Samuel; Mrs. Tims, a widow, has a son that she was dependent on for assistance [Samuel]; she has two milk cows and no other means of support except as she labors for something; in Captain Dew's Company; September 24, 1861; Beat No. 1; $20.00; [See Company B, 29th Alabama Infantry]

Tipton, John B.; male, 6 years old; female, 3 years old; need 10 bushels corn; 250 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; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]

Trice, M.A.; male, 17 years old; female, 14 years old; male, 12 years old; male, 7 years old; female, 4 years old; need 12 bushels corn; 200 pounds meat; 20 pounds cotton; $5.00 worth leather; 100 pounds salt; in Captain Taylor's Company, 2 Mississippi Regiment, April 29, 1861; Beat No. 7; $20.00; [Company H, 2nd Regiment Mississippi Infantry]

Trice, W.R.; Lieutenant; 19th Regiment, August 14, 1861; Beat No. 7; [See Company B, 19th Alabama Infantry]