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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Twelfth Alabama Infantry, Confederate States Army. (search)
. W. Drake, Laneville, Ala., late sheriff of Hale county. C. C. Davis, Tuskegee, Ala. J. H. Eason, Tallassee, Ala. G. P. Ware, Auburn, Ala. G. W. Ward, Willhite, La. Rev. W. A. Moore, Neches, Texas. Fletch. S. Zachry, Tyler, Texas. W. D. Zubtenant and retired on account of wound received in the head at Gettysburg, and died afterwards at Loachapoka, Ala.; George Pierce Ware, of Auburn, Ala., the brave, Christian soldier who was often wounded but is now living, a highly respected citizen—Killed—Captain R. H. Keeling, J. U. Ingram. Wounded—Privates R. F. Hall, J. R. Flewellen, B. F. Ingram, W. B. Ward, G. P. Ware, A. Wilkerson, F. S. Zachry, W. P. Zachry, slightly; M. A. Flournoy, mortally—total 9. Company G—Killed—Lieutenant A, and will send them to her. Eberhart was a brave, uncomplaining, good soldier, sent to my company as a conscript. Private G. P. Ware, was severely wounded in the leg. Lieutenant Majors, of Company E, and two others of the regiment, were killed