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A P. Prince enlisted as a Private in Company F, 7th Alabama Cavalry June 11/14, 1863 at Tuskaloosa by Captain C. P. Storrs for the war, discharged July 23, 1863 being a minor, no further records

There is only one muster roll for the Montgomery Guards, dated December 22, 1863 at Montgomery, Alabama, there are no records in his name

M311: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Alabama

1860 United States Federal Census about A Fuller Prince
Name: A Fuller Prince
[Andrew Fuller Prince]
Age in 1860: 15
Birth Year: abt 1845
Birthplace: Alabama
Home in 1860: Fosters, Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Gender: Male
Value of real estate: Father $15,000 Personal Estate #23,010
Household Members:
Name Age
N W Prince 44 Farmer
Mary H Prince 43
E R Prince 18
James F Prince 16
A Fuller Prince 15
Mary E Prince 12
Olive Prince 10
Cora Prince 7
Charity Prince 3


The Seventh cavalry was organized in July, 1863, as part of
Clanton's brigade, and served for more than a year in
Quarles', Clanton's, Page's, Patton's and Thomas' brigades, in
the vicinity of Pensacola and the bay forts.

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