William M. Miller Letters

William M. Miller (b. ca. 1832) was a carpenter from Monroe County, Alabama. At the time of the 1860 Federal Census, William was living in the household of his father, James Miller (b. ca. 1802), also a carpenter. He enlisted in Co. C, 2nd Alabama Infantry on September 1, 1861. The regiment was disbanded at Ft. Pillow, Tennessee in March 1862, at which time Miller enlisted in Co. A, 42nd Alabama Infantry. His enlistment records indicate that he was taken prisoner and later paroled.

Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, Alabama
Civil War Soldiers Letters LPR78, Box 1, folder 29


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ID Letter Date Author Recipient From To
11531 Miller1 May 25, 1861 William M. Miller James H. Miller Baldwin County, AL Monroe County, AL
11532 Miller2 September 2, 1861 William M. Miller Mary J. Miller Baldwin County, AL Monroe County, AL
11533 Miller3 December 29, 1861 James H. Miller William M. Miller AL Monroe County, AL
11534 Miller4 August 23, 1862 William M. Miller James H. Miller Columbus, MS Monroe County, AL
11536 Miller5 January 31, 1863 William M. Miller James H. Miller Jackson, MS Monroe County, AL

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