I found the following Confederate soldier:
Aaron G Kirksey - Alabama 62nd Infantry, Company G
Also, a member of the kirksey@yahoogroups posted the following information:
Alabama Census Index 1850 - Benton County
A.O. Kirksey, 27 M, farmer, real estate = $1800, born in AL
M.C. Kirksey, 17 F, housewife, born in Al
Q.A. Kirksey, 1 F, born in Al
( line 28, 633-638 14th June)There is an Albert Kirksey listed on the roll
of the Eastaboga Lodge of Freemasons- probably the same as this one.
James Kirksey, 27 M, farmer, real estate= $250, born SC
Nancy Kirksey, 27 F, housewife,born Al
M.C. Kirksey, 5 F, born Al
A.G. Kirksey, 3 M born Al
Demaris Kirksey, 5//12 F born Al
(line 722, 726)
James is James B. Kirksey. He was a Mason in the Eastaboga Lodge. I believe his wife's maiden name to be Green - he is buried in the Green Cemetery and Nancy and children - minus Demaris, plus an Alexander Kirksey are living with Aaron Green and his wife Demaris in 1860.
My gg grandfather's name was Aaron Green Kirksey. Nancy is buried next to James although her name was Mccain. She married William McCain in after 1860, had at least children with him. He died in the 1860's and is also buried in Green Cemetery. Nancy E. McCain is is living with Annie Mccain, Robert McCain and Alexander Kirksey in 1870 in Benton Co, Al
Hope this helps your research, or, at least, doesn't muddy the water too much,
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