Alabama

 

Official Confederate Soldier Records by CSA Unit

NARA = National Archives and Records Administration

Records available online at fold3.com


 Name  Listed As /  Military Duty  CSA Unit NARA Catalog ID  NARA Microfilm #  # of Pages
Abraham Slave / Military Duty Unknown Alabama 4th Infantry 2133276 M347 1
Nury Negro / Servant Alabama 15th Infantry 586957 M311 3
Dave Slave / Fifer Alabama 57th Infantry 586957 M311 1
Jerry Slave / Drummer Alabama 57th Infantry 586957 M311 2
Abe Slave / Nurse Alabama / Andrews Green 2133276 M347 1
Ben Slave / Cook Alabama / Andrews Green 2133276 M347 1
Berry Slave / Nurse Alabama / Andrews Green 2133276 M347 1
Bettie Slave / Cook Alabama / Andrews Green 2133276 M347 1
Carroll Slave / Nurse Alabama / Andrews Green 2133276 M347 1
Charlie Slave / Nurse Alabama / Andrews Green 2133276 M347 1
Fanny Slave / Laundress Alabama / Andrews Green 2133276 M347 1
Harriet Slave / Cook Alabama / Andrews Green 2133276 M347 1
Jennette Slave / Laundress Alabama / Andrews Green 2133276 M347 1
Jennie Slave / Laundress Alabama / Andrews Green 2133276 M347 1
Jim Slave / Nurse Alabama / Andrews Green 2133276 M347 1
Joe Slave / Nurse Alabama / Andrews Green 2133276 M347 1
Lanford Slave / Nurse Alabama / Andrews Green 2133276 M347 1
Racheal Slave / Nurse Alabama / Andrews Green 2133276 M347 1
Riney Slave / Laundress Alabama / Andrews Green 2133276 M347 1
Sallie Slave / Cook Alabama / Andrews Green 2133276 M347 1
Watson Slave / Nurse Alabama / Andrews Green 2133276 M347 1
Ben Cooper Slave / Laborer Alabama 2133276 M347 1

Confederate Pension Records

 

The African-Americans, who served during the American Civil War from Alabama, served as drummers, musicians, laborers, carpenters and teamsters to name a few.  Alabama Department of Archives & History provides an Online Index with links to original pension applications.  

As not to count a person twice, the researcher of this website removed any duplicate names from the list below. For official listing and information, visit the Alabama Civil War Service Database and use the following search term:

Last Name: Slave


Slave Name Slaveholder Name Branch
Adam Slave Of Melanothon Smith  
Aleck Slave Of Jere Clemens  
Aleck Slave Of R.G. Chamberlain  
Aleck Slave Of Wm. B. Dennett  
Alfred Slave Of Charles Bingham Army Of Alabama
Alfred Slave Of Paul Ravisies Army Of Alabama
Alfred Slave Of L. S. Lude  
Amos Slave Of William A. Buck  
Anderson Slave Of G.A. Jennison,  
Arthur Slave Of J. H. Ginderat Army Of Alabama
Bannister Slave Of Jere Clemens  
Ben Slave Of George M. Bonner  
Billy Slave Of Saml. B. Howe,  
Boyken / Boykin Slave Of Paul Ravisies Army Of Alabama
Bryant Slave Of Paul Ravisies Army Of Alabama
Burrell Slave of John Comer  
Captain Bryant   2nd Alabama Regiment, Company A
Carroll Wallis Slave Of W. H. Higley  
Charles Slave Of Dr. J. T. Reese  
Charles Slave Of Ed. Wallace  
Charles Slave Of Jere Clemens  
Claiborne Slave Of J. Badgetts Army Of Alabama
Cornelius Slave Of Chas. P. Ball  
Cuff / Duff Slave Of A. P. Warner  
Cynthia Slave Of Percy Walker  
Dave Slave Of Jas. A. Hooper  
Dick Slave Of J. H. Ginderat Army Of Alabama
Edmond   33rd Alabama, Company C
Edward Slave Of Peter Dietrich  
Elbert Slave Of C. Bingham  
Eli Slave Of J. H. Ginderat Army Of Alabama
Elick Slave Of James T. Reese  
Elisha Slave Of J. H. Ginderat Army Of Alabama
Fowler Slave Of John Fowler  
Freeman Slave Of J. H. Ginderat Army Of Alabama
George Slave Of J. H. Ginderat Army Of Alabama
George Slave Of J. A. Pickens  
Hampton Slave Of Thomas L. King  
Harry Slave Of Paul Ravisies Army Of Alabama
Harry Slave Of D. C. Davis  
Harry Slave Of S. J. Shanklin  
Hawkins Slave Of T. K. Irvin  
Henry   33rd Alabama, Company C
Henry Slave Of Walter Smith  
Jack Slave Of Percy Walker  
James Russell Slave Of J. W. Bass  
Japser Slave Of L. D. Krebs  
Jeff Slave Of J. Badgetts Army Of Alabama
Jim Slave Of L. H. Scruggs  
Joe Slave Of Charles Bingham Army Of Alabama
Joe Slave Of J. Badgetts Army Of Alabama
Joe Slave Of Paul Ravisies Army Of Alabama
Joe Portis (colored)    
John Slave Of J. H. Ginderat Army Of Alabama
John Slave Of Monroe Warren  
John Slave Of W. D. McNeill  
July Slave Of Paul Ravisies Army Of Alabama
Lee Slave Of David W. Ramsey  
Leman Slave Of Duff C. Green  
Louis Slave Of Jere Clemens  
Martin Slave Of P. Hueston  
May Slave Of Paul Ravisies Army Of Alabama
Name Unknown Slave Of Oct. Gueringer  
Nat   33rd Alabama, Company C
Paris Slave Of Alpheus Baker 54th Alabama Regiment
President Slave Of F.J. Bainard  
Reuben Slave Of S. Kirk Reynolds  
Richard Slave Of J. T. D. Bryson  
Sam Slave Of F.W. Volking  
Sam Slave Of Melanothon Smith  
Sma Slave Of Walter Smith  
Stephen Slave Of Charles Bingham Army Of Alabama
Tom Slave Of Harrington Army Of Alabama
Tom Slave Of J. H. Ginderat Army Of Alabama
Tom Slave Of John Fowler Army Of Alabama
Tom Slave Of E.T. Arrington  
Tom Slave Of Harrington  
Tom Slave Of Henry Maury  
Tom Slave Of J. P. Fowler  
Tom Slave Of Joshua Hawthorn  
Tom Slave Of S. J. Shanklin  
Trisan Slave Of Duff C. Green  
Wiley Slave Of Robert Towns  
William Slave Of Duff C. Green  
William Slave Of Lieut. A. Nelson  
William Slave Of William LeBaron  
Wilson Slave Of Walter Jones  
Zack Slave Of Paul Ravisies Army Of Alabama

Burial Location in Alabama

 

 Name  Listed As / Military Duty  CSA Unit Burial Location
Rueben Patterson Body Servant of Colonel Josiah Patterson 5th Alabama Cavalry Florence Cemetery (Section 1 Row 7), Florence, Alabama

 

Newspaper Articles


Black Confederate CSA Military Unit Newspaper State Newspaper / Year Article Name Military Heroic Deed
Negro Boy 1stAlabama Infantry GA Macon Telegraph  (p. 2) / 05/11/1861 Conquer or Die  
James Gandy 11thAlabama Infantry AL Montgomery Advertiser  (p. 7) / 10/12/1901 Honor To Whom  
Negroes Alabama CSA IL Daily Inter Ocean  (part 1, p. 2) / 09/03/1889 Reunion in Alabama  
William Guy Unknown AL Montgomery Advertiser  (p. 8) / 05/20/1903 Took Faithful Negro  
Hampton Perry Unknown LA Times- Picayne (p. 12) / 12/28/1919 Negro Confederate Y
Frederick Pouncey Unknown AL Montgomery Advertiser  (p. 8) / 08/23/1902 Relics Preserved  
Zell Thompson Unknown  AL Montgomery Advertiser (p. 4) / 10/10/1920 Old Negro Cook  

News Articles are Available on GenealogyBank.com

Note:  Military Heroic Deed refers to the slave  rescuing his slaveholder from the battlefield, recovering his slaveholder's body from the battlefield,  and/or returning his slaveholder home.



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