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Duncan,

Another Bulger I found from the Autauga area is Robert H. Bulger enlisted in the Wetumpka Light Guards, last card on file states paid to June 30, 1864 absent for muster dated Sept. thru Oct. 1864, Prisoner of War. No later info. He is not listed in Confederate POWs buried at US prsion camps.

Are James & John Bulger brothers of L.P. Bulger? There are markers for L.P., John, & James at the Old Rockford Cemetery, Coosa County.

John served in the 1st Alabama Tennessee & Mississippi Infantry Regiment Company C. He died 3/10/1862 at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois and is buried at Confederate Mound Oakwoods Cemetery, Chicago, Illinois.

James Bulger served in Jeff Davis Artillery, W.J. Reese's Battery, captured and taken POW May 12, 1864 at Spottsylvania CH, Va., sent to Pt. Lookout, Maryland and transferred to Elmira, NY. Paroled for exchange from Elmira on Oct. 11, 1864. Exchanged October 29, 1864, last record on file.

BULGER, James Jeff Davis Arty. ??/??/???? ??/??/???? Old Rockford Cem., Coosa Co., Alabama

BULGER, John R. J. 1st Ala. Inf., Co. C ??/??/???? ??/??/???? Old Rockford Cem., Coosa Co., Alabama

BULGER, L. P. Sgt. 8th Ala. Inf., Co. B ??/??/1835 ??/??/1863 Old Rockford Cem., Coosa Co., Alabama

Barry

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