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Steven Cone
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Here is my list of Confederate Relatives:



George W. Cone    "3rd Great Grandfather"
4th Ala Cav. "Roddney's"
Rank: Pvt.
Enlisted: 1861 fought till end of war but was never paroled.



Daniel Marion Craft    "3rd great Grandfather"
Co. G
22nd Alabama Infantry 

Rank: Pvt.
Enlisted: Sept. 25, 1861.
Co. G "Randolph Spartans" of Randolph County,Al by Capt. Roberts at Montgomery
He surrendered with consolidated 22nd Ala Inf. Company "B" at Greensboro NC, May 1, 1865.



Henry Lewis Tolbert    "3rd great Grandfather"
4th Alabama (Russell's) Cavalry
Rank: Pvt.


John W. Putman    "3rd great Grandfather"
Co. B 30th Alabama Infantry
Wounded in leg during the Battle of Jonesboro, Ga 1864


Larkin J. Craft
Co. D 40th Georgia Infantry


Derrell Cone:    "3rd Great. GrandUncle"
Co. F 48th Alabama Vol. Infantry
Enlisted: 1862
Rank: Pvt
Gen. John Bell Hoods Division


Horace Cone:
Was a member of Gen. Arther Magruder's Staff
Rank: Colonel
Note: also held the position of Judge Advocate General in the Confederate Army.


George C Tolbert    "3rd Great GrandUncle"
4th Alabama (Russell's) Cavalry
Rank: Pvt.


Newton (Newt) Tolbert    "3rd Great GrandUncle"


Robert E. Craft "4th Great - Grand Uncle"
Co. B 5th Battalion Ala Vol


Reuben Craft    "3rd Great GrandUncle"
Co. B 5th Ala Battalion
Rank: Pvt.
Enlisted Aug. 19, 1861 Calhoun County, Ala.
Wounded: June 26, 1862 - Mechanicsville, Va.,
Returned to duty during the Jan-Feb. 1863 roll.
April 1864 roll says detailed to the Ordnance Dept., Orange Courthouse Va.
Dec. 1864 roll says detailed as guard with 3rd Corps hospitals, Army Northern Virginia.
Absent w/o leave Feb. 16-25, 1865.
Surrendered with the battalion at Appomattox Courthouse Va., April 9, 1865.


Steven J. Craft    "3rd Great GrandUncle"
Co. B 5th Ala Battalion
Rank: Pvt.
Enlisted: Feb. 11, 1865 - Montgomery, Ala.
Surrendered with the battalion at Appomattox Courthouse Va., April 9, 1865.
How did he manage to get through Sherman's Army in the Carolinas?


Elijah Craft     "1st Cousin 5 times Back"
Co. K 3rd Reg. Ga Va.
Rank: Pvt.
Enlisted 11/24/1863
Died Of SmallPox: Lynchburg, VA 02/19/ 1865
(Buried there in Confederate Cemetery no. 1, 4th line. lot 202)


William H. Craft    "3rd Great GrandUncle"
9th Ala. Cav "Malone's Cav"


Moses Jasper Ball     "3rd Great GrandUncle"
Co. G 22nd Alabama Infantry Rank: Pvt.


Abner C. Ball    "3rd Great GrandUncle"
Co. G 22nd Alabama Infantry Page
Rank: Pvt.
Died: Dec. 31. 1862 - Stones River


George W. Harris   "3rd Geart. GrandUncle"
Co. F 28th Alabama Infantry  Age 22
Rank: Pvt
Wounded: 11/25/1863 - Missionary Ridge
Wounded: 05/14 /1864 Resaca, Ga


John G. Harris     "3rd Great. GrandUncle"
Co. F 28th Alabama Infantry 
Rank: Pvt
Age: 25
Wounded and Captured: 09/20/1863 Battle of Chickamauga


Theodore Cooke Cone
Co. K 10th Georgia Infantry
Enlisted: June 14, 1861
Rank: Capt
Retired: November 12, 1864


Francis Hiram Cone Jr.
Surgeon in Confederate Army.
Killed at Williamsburg VA 03 May 1862.


William Addison:
Enlisted: Confederate Army
Killed at Fair Oaks, Va June 1, 1862

Reginald Herber Foster:
Fought in the CW KIA 1864


Edward W. Cone
1st Virginia State Reserves (2d Class Militia)

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