|Birth: ||Mar. 6, 1826|
|Death: ||Jun. 5, 1863|
William Jennings was enlisted by J. N. Slaughter on 3 March 1862 as a private in the infantry (Company B of the 34th Alabama Infantry) during the War between the States. He was paid $11 per month. Family stories claim he was at the battle of Stones River (Murfreesboro, TN). Confederate service records at the National Archives describe him: "aged 36 years, 5-feet 5-inches high, dark complexion, blue eyes, auburn hair."
He died at Fayetteville, AL on 6 June 1863 of chronic diarrhea [cholera? dysentery?]. His wife Sarah F. (Swanson) Jennings received a widow's pension until 1904.
He was the son of Allen Jennings and Cynthia Varner.
Sarah Frances Swanson Jennings (1833 - 1905)*
Marquis Allen Jennings (1852 - 1926)*
Stonewall Jackson Jennings (1862 - 1928)*
Plot: N32 59.082 W086 22.538
Maintained by: Scott Merlino
Originally Created by: Billie T
Record added: Apr 26, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 36406852