Greg - following information may be informative:
The 1907 Alabama census of Confederate veterans yielded four men who stated that they were born in Waterloo.
Edmond Ruthin Till - Co. D, 9th Alabama Inf. (Lauderdale Rifles)
Dock Bedford Higgins - Co. D, 9th Alabama Inf.
John Jackson Carr - Co. C, 29th Alabama Inf.
Reeson Thomas Moore - Co. E, 1st Confederate Cavalry
Of interest - E. R. Till was the brother of Kate Till, one of the young ladies who presented the flag to the Waterloo Guards. He stated that he enlisted June 3, 1861, at Florence, but his CMSR shows an enlistment date of May 27. Higgins stated that he enlisted in April, 1861, at Waterloo, but his record also shows the May 27th date. The records show that both men enlisted in Lauderdale County (no city mentioned). Till was severely wounded at Frayser's Farm, and was admitted to Chimbrazo Hospital #4 on July 1, 1862, with a gunshot wound to the side. He was then furloughed from Aug. 1 to Sept. 1. Next record of significance shows him as promoted to Color Sergeant April 12, 1864. Shortly thereafter he was appointed to the regimental staff as Ensign and 1st Lieut. on April 28, to date April 21, accepted June 24. Letters recommending his appointment are found in his file and state that he was one of the original members of the company and had not missed a battle except for Sharpsburg, and that on account of his wounding at Frayser's Farm. One of those letters states that he enlisted at Gravelly Springs on May 27. He was later wounded for a second time on October 27, 1864, this time in the left forearm, presumedly at Burgess Mill. The next day he was operated on at Howard's Grove Hospital, where they resected 2 1/2 inches of his upper ulna. By December 31, he was listed in good condition. He was retired to the invalid corps on Jan. 17, and discharged for total disability on Jan. 22.