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Miles Starling Bobo
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Birth: Mar. 3, 1833
South Carolina, USA
Death: Dec. 24, 1902
Fayette County
Alabama, USA

Miles was the son of Levingston and Sally Rainwater Bobo and one of a group of families who moved to Fayette County from the Spartanburg District of South Carolina. Miles' headstone says only Co H 41st Ala Inf CSA on it; apparently indicating his respect for the Confederacy. His Civil War record indicates he was a Sergeant and a nurse who served until about February 1865 when he deserted and was captured and kept prisoner for the remainder of the war as a deserter from the enemy's side. He married Lucy Ann Allen; they had ten children. After her death in 1888 he married Minerva E Collins. 
Family links: 
  Livingston Bobo (1806 - 1883)
  Sarah Rainwater Bobo (1808 - 1881)
  Lucy Ann Allen Bobo (1838 - 1888)*
  Sallie Trophenia Bobo Ballinger (1860 - 1936)*
  Miles Absolom Bobo (1862 - 1954)*
  LeVander Walston Bobo (1866 - 1951)*
  William Theoderic Bobo (1868 - 1954)*
  Judy Della Bobo Ballenger (1870 - 1950)*
  Dean Bobo (1871 - 1871)*
  James Holland Bobo (1872 - 1939)*
  Alice Belle Bobo Woods (1874 - 1918)*
  Tillman Seborn Bobo (1828 - 1864)*
  Vinie A. Bobo Gilreath (1830 - 1903)*
  Miles Starling Bobo (1833 - 1902)
  Elizabeth Jane Bobo Prater (1835 - 1928)*
*Calculated relationship
Old Mount Lebanon Baptist Church Cemetery
Fayette County
Alabama, USA
Created by: dmbr622
Record added: Jul 11, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 54799798
Miles Starling Bobo
Added by: Glenda Norris
Miles Starling Bobo
Added by: dmbr622
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 Added: May. 2, 2016

- Memory Keeper
 Added: Apr. 24, 2015
Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero, a Confederate Soldier. Deo Vindice.
- Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
 Added: Apr. 22, 2011

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