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Re: Co F 1st Ala INF Mexican War
Posted by: Michael Nichols (ID *****4099) Date: January 30, 2009 at 21:15:16
In Reply to: Co F 1st Ala INF Mexican War by Richard Fleming of 553

1st Alabama 12 Month Volunteer Regiment "Coffey's" (Colonel John R. Coffey)

Company J "Jone's" (Captain Richard W. Jones)

J. R. Inglis is listed as dying on October 22, 1846 at Camargo.

Doubt that he served with Mexico, but a check of the Saint Patrick's company roster(San Patricio's) might confirm.

Hope this helps a little.

~Mike Nichols

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