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Pauline Jones Gandrud's
Alabama Soldiers
Manuscript Collection

War of 1812 Buried in Alabama

The following list includes information collected by Pauline Jones Gandrud and from the National Cemetery Administration U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca. 1775-2000 data base and may contain some inaccurate information. Anyone having information on any veteran listed herein or who may have information on 1812 veterans whose names don't appear on this list should contact me. mailto:. WE NEED YOUR HELP!

The Alabama Daughters of 1812, a historical-heritage association has been working in conjunction with the Alabama Cemetery Preservation Association - helping families preserve family locate and mark veterans’ graves and preserve the cemeteries in which these veterans and other family members are buried.

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z

Aaron, John; War of 1812; AL County: Jefferson
Abercrombie, Anderson; War of 1812; AL County: Russell
Abernathy, John; Revolutionary War; AL County: Chambers
Acker, Joseph; War of 1812; AL County: Tuscaloosa, Shelby
Acton, James; War of 1812; AL County: Jefferson
Adair, William Irvin; War of 1812; AL County: Madison
Adams, Jesse; War of 1812; AL County: Jefferson
Adams, John; War of 1812; AL County: Madison
Adams, Thomas R.; War of 1812; AL County: St. Clair
Aday, John; War of 1812; AL County: Madison
Adcock, John; War of 1812; AL County: Monroe
Akins, John T.; War of 1812; AL County: Cherokee
Alexander, Thomas; War of 1812; AL County: Tuscaloosa
Allen, Edward; Revolutionary War; AL County: Franklin
Allen, Hiram; Private in Captain William Butler's Infantry Company, Second Regiment (Jenkin's) Georgia Volunteer and militia. Born 22 Jan 1792, died 26 Sep 1868; married Polly Dick, born 1789 and died 22 Sep 1846, in Jackson County His grave was located by the Hiram Allen Chapter of AS Daughters of 1812 and marked and dedicated on 9 Feb 2007.He is buried in the Allen Cemetery in DeKalb County, AL
Allen, Matthew; War of 1812; AL County: Calhoun
Allen, Redman; War of 1812; AL County: Lowndes
Allen, Richard; War of 1812; AL County: Autauga
Allen, Samuel A.; War of 1812; AL County: Madison
Allen, William P.; War of 1812; AL County: Chambers
Allison, William; War of 1812; AL County: Madison
Alsobrook, Jesse; Revolutionary War; AL County: Greene, Choctaw
Alvis, Ashley; War of 1812; AL County: Marengo, Sumter
Amberson, Matthew Jr. born 17 June 1774 in Rockingham Co NC and died 15 Jan 1849 Spring Garden, Cherokee Co AL Buried Carmel Presbyterian Church Cemetery Spring Garden Cherokee Co AL. Served as Pvt Mean's South Caolina militia.
Anderson, Hugh Allen; War of 1812; AL County: Lawrence
Anderson, William; War of 1812; AL County: Lawrence
Andrews, Burwell G.; War of 1812; AL County: Limestone
Andrews, Isaac; War of 1812; AL County: Monroe
Anyan, John; War of 1812; AL County: Madison
Arbaugh, Jacob; War of 1812; AL County: Madison
Archer, Amos; War of 1812; AL County: Monroe
Archer, Lodowick; War of 1812; AL County: Coosa

Armor, Joseph D.; War of 1812; AL County: Lauderdale
Armor, Robert* US Army War of 1812 14 Jan 1796-4 Sep 1878
Prospect Cemetery, Lawrence County, Muscle Shoals, AL 35661
Armour, Andrew; War of 1812; AL County: Randolph
Armstrong, William; War of 1812; AL County: Bibb
Arnett, William; War of 1812; AL County: Marshall, Jefferson
Arnold, Solomon; War of 1812; AL County: Randolph
Arnold, William. Wounded 9 Nov 1813 Battle of Talladega, died shortly afterward Listed on monument erected by DAR in Oak Hill Cemetery, Talladega, AL
Arnold, Wyatt. Wyatt H. Arnold volunteered in Humphrey's Court Tennessee and served as a private from September 28 1814 to 28 March 1815 in Captain Joseph Williams' Company of Tennessee militia. He was born in 1798 in New Kent, VA and died ca. 1869 at Bibb County, AL. He is buried in Bibb County, AL
Ashburn, Bird; Seminole War; AL County: Jackson, Madison, Marshall
Ashley, Wilson; War of 1812; AL County: Conecuh
Ashworth, John C.; War of 1812; AL County: Madison
Aston (Ashton), Alexander; Revolutionary War; AL County: Lawrence
Atkins, Daniel; War of 1812; AL County: Madison
Atkins, Thomas; War of 1812; AL County: Marshall, Madison
Austill, Evan Captain. U.S. Government Agent, Commander of Fort Madison in Clarke County, AL. He fought the Creek Indians in the Battle of Burnt Corn. After orders were given to leave, he remained behind to defend Fort Madison in the years 1812-1814. Captain Austill died in Florida from exposure on an Indian Campaign. He was born in 1769 in Halifax County, VA and died 18 Oct 1818 in Florida. He is buried at Fort Madison, Clarke County (See Historic marker). He was married to Sarah Files who was born ca. 1777 in the Pendleton District, SC She died in September of 1835 in Wilcox County, AL

Austill, Jeremiah; War of 1812; AL County: Wilcox, Clarke, Son of Captain Evan Austill (See Canoe Fight Account from Pickett's History). Jeremiah Austill was born near the Oconee Station, in Pendleton District, South Carolina, on the 10th August, 1794. His father, Captain Evan Austill, has already been mentioned, as one of those who boldly remained to defend Fort Madison, after it had been evacuated by Colonel Carson. His mother was the only sister of Colonel David Files, who died in this State in 1820. At the time of the canoe expedition Jere Austill was nineteen years of age, and weighed one hundred and seventy-five pounds, without any surplus flesh. He was bold, active and strong, and had been raised upon the Indian frontiers, having lived some time at the Agency, in the Cherokee nation. He is still a resident of Mobile, and is regarded as a respectable gentleman. Since the canoe fight, he has filled several important offices, and represented the people of Mobile in the legislature. His countenance is open and manly, his eyes keen and piercing, of a dark brown color, his form is erect, and his step elastic. Even now, at the age of fifty-six Colonel Austill is capable of being a very troublesome adversary in a desperate encounter, although one of the most peaceable and amiable men in the country, in the ordinary pursuits of life. Description of Jeremiah is from Pickett's History of Alabama. See Alabama 1812 History.

Autrey, Robert; War of 1812; AL County: Lowndes

 

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