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Capt William M. Allison
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Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero. A Confederate Soldier who Bravely and Proudly Fought for Southern Independence During the War of Northern Aggression. Deo Vindice.
- Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
 Added: Apr. 4, 2015
"Col Allison and his son Wiiliam fought in several of the same battles during the war."
- Darlene T.
 Added: Jan. 4, 2015
The South shall never forget her fallen heroes
- Sunnyafternoon
 Added: Aug. 15, 2014

- Patricia
 Added: May. 4, 2014

- Nancy
 Added: Nov. 15, 2007
"...gone the rainbow, gone the dove.."
- Terri
 Added: Jul. 18, 2006

- Scott F. Lewis
 Added: May. 20, 2006
My thoughts and prayers go out to your family and friends.

Rest in Peace, William
- Beulah
 Added: Sep. 22, 2005

- anonymous
 Added: Apr. 17, 2005

- TOM♦
 Added: Jan. 24, 2005
Rest In Peace And God Bless You
- Ginny Babb
 Added: Jan. 11, 2005

- anonymous
 Added: Dec. 18, 2004

- grave hunter
 Added: Nov. 14, 2004
Capt. W. M. Allison, CSA - Born July 25, 1833 - Died July 22, 1864. Married Virginia Rachael Dunn on Feb. 3, 1858 in Smith Co., TN
The couple moved to Grapevile, TX and became the parents of Martha, born in 1860 and Willie Francis Allison, born in 1861.
Capt. Allison was a doctor in Grapevile, TX before the Civil War.
He enlisted in the CSA in 1861 and service in Capt. William Quarles Co. of Mounted Rifles for a period of 12 months. He then transferred to the 18th Texas Cavalry Regt. where he commanded Co. E.
Capt. Allison fought in the battles of ~ Arkansas Post, where he was captured and later released; New Hope Church; Chickamauga, where he was wounded twice; Dalton Gap; Ringgold Gap; and was killed in action July 22, 1864 at the Battle of Atlanta while comanding the skirmish line. He was the son of Col. R. D. Allison, CSA
- Woodenshoes
 Added: Oct. 14, 2004
To Our Absent Brother ~ Thank you for your service.
- Woodenshoes
 Added: Oct. 14, 2004
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