Pauline Jones Gandrud's
War of 1812 Veterans 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
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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
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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
Tabor, John H.; War of 1812; Madison.
War of 1812; Wilcox.
Tait, James Ashbury; War of 1812; Wilcox.
Talbot, Green B.; War
of 1812; Chambers, Tallapoosa; (2.5m); Ltr from Mrs. Wayne Starkey
of AltusTaylor, Thomas. Died Battle of Talladega,
9 Nov 1813. Honored by monument erected by DAR in Oak Hill Cemetery,
Thorn, Presley. Born in N.C. where he was listed as having served in the N.C. militia during the American Revolution. Presley Thorn married Anne
Williams in Warren County, NC 17th. December, 1783. He moved with his family to the Mississippi Territory before the War of 1812. He served in a Batallion of the 7 Regiment (Perkins) Misssissippi Militia. Presley and his wife Anne are buried in the Old Burleson Cemetery in Franklin County, AL
Information supplied by descendant: Christine W. Smith (Mrs. Hoyt O.)
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