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William J. Glover
Company H, 37th Alabama Infantry.


William J. Glover, assigned to Company H of the 37th Alabama Infantry, mustered in on May 12, 1862 at Abbeville in Henry County, Al.  He died 15 October, 1862 at Lauderdale Springs Confederate Hospital in Lauderdale County Mississippi.

Court documents filed by his mother  Elizabeth Glover in Barbour County, AL. indicate that on the  22nd day of December 1862, Mrs. Glover personally appeared before the subscriber of the document, a Justice of the Peace in and for the county of Barbour, AL.  She, after being sworn according to law, deposed and said that she was the mother of William  J. Glover deceased, who was a private of Captain M. Searcy's Company [Company H of the] 37th Regiment of Alabama volunteers, commissioned by Colonel J. F. Dowell, in the service of the Confederate States in the present war with the United States; that the said William J. Glover entered the service at Abbeville in Henry county and State Alabama on the 12 day of May 1862 and died at Lauderdale Springs, Ms. on or about 15 October 1862 leaving no child or father.  William died from pneumonia.

This information is provided by the Barbour County, AL ALGenWeb site.  Please visit this excellent genealogy web site at:

 http://www.rootsweb.com/~albarbou/

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