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  • Pvt. John Edward Lockhart, CSA (1845 - 1914)
    Seldons's Battery, Truehart's Battery, CSA *
  • Sgt. John Eldridge Twitty (1837 - 1864)
    Son of Eldridge Twitty, Sr. and Susan Fitts. John enlisted in the Army of the Confederacy as a private April 5, 1861 at Warren County, NC. (Co. C, NC 12th Inf. Reg't). He was promoted to corporal on No...
  • Emanuel Huffman (1820 - c.1907)
    Military service : Between 1861 and 1865 - CSA** Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees via son Francis Marion Huffman by SmartCopy : Jul 10 2015, 20:28:38 UTC
  • Albert Burnley Martin (c.1834 - 1865)
    Albert Burnley Martin was a Private in the Confederate States Army. He was returning home after the war on a steamboat which exploded, killing him.
  • Dr. Sewell Jones Leach (1812 - 1885)
    * LEACH, SEWELL JONES, dentist and businessman, was born in New York City, November 14, 1812, and died in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, August 6, 1885; son of Ephraim Leach and Sophia (Jones) Leach. His educati...

The Confederate States Army was the army of the Confederate States of America (or "Confederacy") while the Confederacy existed during the American Civil War. On February 8, 1861, delegates from the seven Deep South states which had already declared their secession from the United States of America adopted the Provisional Constitution of the Confederate States of America. On February 28, 1861, the Provisional Confederate Congress established a provisional volunteer army and gave control over military operations and authority for mustering state forces and volunteers to the President of the Confederate States of America. On March 1, 1861, Provisional Confederate President Jefferson Davis, on behalf of the Confederate States government, assumed control of the military situation at Charleston, South Carolina where state militia were threatening to seize Fort Sumter from the small United States Army garrison. On March 6 and 9, 1861, the Provisional Confederate Congress passed additional military legislation and established a more permanent Confederate States Army.