On Aug 29, 1864, Nathan Bazor was conscripted by Major Stone, the enrolling officer for the Congressional District around Mobile. He should have been in service much earlier. I cannot account for his whereabouts prior to August 1864. He was assigned to Co K, 21st Alabama Regiment, but sent to Camp of Instruction at Notasulga, Ala, Oct 18, 1864. At this time most of the 21st Alabama Regiment had surrendered with the garrisons of Forts Morgan and Gaines. Bazor must have returned to the regiment after officers and men were released on exchange in January 1865.
It's a common mistake for people to believe their ancestor was "captured" or surrendered at the town of Citronelle AL. On May 4, 1865, General Richard Taylor signed a surrender agreement at Citronelle. Only one staff officer and two slaves were present to represent the Confederate army. Nathan Bazor was at Meridian MS, as shown by his parole dated May 15, 1865. The army learned of Taylor's surrender agreement when it was announced a few days later. Bazor's immediate commander, Capt D H Todd, led a battalion of Alabama Reserves.