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Sural [sic] D. Crawford

Residence was not listed;
Enlisted on 10/1/1863 as a Private.
On 10/1/1863 he mustered into "A" Co. AL 20th Bn Light Artillery (date and method of discharge not given)
(Estimated date of enlistment)

Sources used by Historical Data Systems, Inc.:
- Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records


Suval/Sewell D. Crawford, Private, Capt. Waddell’s Company, Alabama Light Artillery,* enlisted February 26, 1862, at Crawford, Ala. by Capt. Waddell for 2 years, captured at Vicksburg, Miss. July 4,1863, paroled July 9, present at the August 31, 1863 muster, last recorded present at the end of year 1864 muster at Macon, Ga., no further records

* This organization was designated at various times as Waddell’s Company, Alabama Light Artillery, Emery’s Battery, 20th Battalion Alabama Light Artillery, Emery’s Battery, Waddell’s Battalion Alabama Light Artillery, and Company A, 20th Battalion Alabama Light Artillery

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



After the surrender of Vicksburg, the remnant of Waddell's
battery was reorganized into three batteries, under the
command of:

Capt. Winslow D. Emery, Battery A;
Capt. Richard H. Bellamy, Battery B.
and Capt. T. J. Key, Battery C;

and ordered, under the command of Major Waddell, to report to
General Stevenson, near Dalton, February, 1864. It served in the army of Tennessee during the remainder of the war, generally in the reserve artillery, and was at Macon, GA, in the fall of 1864, Captain Emery was wounded at Vicksburg

Source: Confederate Military History, vol. VIII, p. 322

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