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Re: Civil War soldier
Posted by: Mary Lu Johnson Date: June 07, 2001 at 18:09:09
In Reply to: Civil War soldier by David Stanphill of 161

Best source for Civ War Mil Service Records:
"The Roster of Confederate Soldiers", publ by Broadfoot Publishing, Inc. Stanfield/phill in Vol. 14. Does not include Confederate Navy & Marines. Library of Congress Call No. E545 .A2 H47 v14

Stanphill, F.E., widow of Daniel Stanphill, Franklin Co., AL>Eastman, Itawamba Co., MS
1 Aug 1916, age 65 at application, resident of MS 48 years. Living Eastman, Itawamba Co., MS with (unnamed) son. States she has 3 sons and 2 daughters. Married 10 October 1862 in Franklin co, AL. Husband enlisted Spring 1862, Company E, Gen Roddy's 1st Ala Cav, served until close of War, served under Col. Forist, Capt Elloc Fancher, Lieu Fletcher Patterson, discharged May 1865 at Fort Delaware. Daniel died Eastman, Itawamba Co., MS 11 Jan 1880. Witness/Attest: A.T. Cleveland & Geo W. Sanders.
9 July 1924, residing Itawamba Co., MS. P.O. Red Bay, AL Route 1. Full name of husband Daniel Stanphill, married Franklin Co, AL 10 Oct 1867 Husband enlisted Spring 1862 at Franklin Co., AL. Officers of his company were "Col. Forest, Cap Ellot/Elloc Foncher, Lieu". Witnessed as true: F. C. Russell, G.E. Conwill, N.C. Grissom.
SOURCE: Microfilm of CSA pensions granted by State of Mississippi, copy at Wallace State College, Hanceville, AL.

Annie E. Stanphill, widow of V.C. Stanphill, Franklin Co., AL>Paris, Lamar Co., TX
14 January 1909: Richard W. Winchester of Franklin Co., TN signed affidavit he was personally acquainted with V. C. Stanphill, and knows he did serve as a Confederate soldier, Co. B, 27th Regiment of AL and he did not desert, was honorably discharged.
27 July 1909: V.P. Maloy of Pottawatomie, Oklahoma, signed similar affidavit, said V. C. Stanphill served Buford's Brigade, Loring's Division.
?Date/?Month/1914: Clint Scott age 70 of Atoka, OK made similar deposition.
?Date 1914: A.J. Chaffin age 73 years, living near Madill, OK made affidavit he personally knew V.C. Stanphill, had known him 12 or 15 years before the Civil War and from that time "until his death recently". Stated was volunteer soldier in regular service in company under command of Capt. J. F. Chaffin.
27 January 1914: R. F. Woodward stated Annie E. Stanphill was a citizen of Texas prior to March 1900.
20 January 1914: Married in Franklin Co., AL 28 March 1867 toV. C. Stanphill. Age 65 at time of application, had been a resident of Texas 20 years. Had been living at Paris, TX five years. V. C. Stanphill enlisted in Company B, 27th AL Infty, served from beginning to close of war, 1861 to 1865. V. C. died 31 Dec 1913. Witness/Attest: Fountaine Chance and M.A. Murphy.
SOURCE: Microfilm of CSA pensions granted by State of Texas, copy at Wallace State College, Hanceville, AL.


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