Alan J. Pitts
Re: Pension Appications
Wed Jun 27 10:22:47 2001
That means that both men served in the same company in 1862. I don't know why T. F. Hubbard would have applied based on Strickland's Battalion. Perhaps someone familiar with the 45th Alabama has more information. This is all I have on that company:
Company “G” of Macon County
Lawrence M. Wilson. Resigned due to health, April 23, 1863. [DAB4:1785]
Edward W. Averell. Promoted Captain [May 14,] 1863, to rank April 23, 1863. Resigned in order that Lieutenant Perry might be promoted, October 14, 1863.
M. Barton Perry. Promoted to rank October 14, 1863. Wounded near Atlanta, Georgia, July 22, 1864. Appointed Captain of Company “B”, consolidated 1st Alabama Infantry Regiment, April 9, 1865. Surrendered at Greensboro, North Carolina, May 1, 1865.
This company mustered at Loachapoka, Alabama, on April 10, 1862. THree years later, survivors united with those of Companies “B” and “D” to form Company “B”, consolidated 1st Alabama Infantry Regiment.