A man whose records are filed under the name Dolby Ricgans was mustered in on Feb. 27, 1862, in Captain William C. Patterson's Company - Alabama Volunteers (subsequently Company A, 30th Alabama infantry), at Camp Curry near Talladega. He is shown on various Union POW cards as D. Riggins, D. Wiggins, Dolby Riggins, and Dulba (?) Riggins. Records indicate that he was captured at Champion Hill on May 16, 1863, sent to Memphis, then on to Camp Morton, Indiana, and from there to Fort Delaware, where he was received on June 9, paroled on July 3, and exchanged on July 4. No further records.