|Birth: ||Jan. 18, 1848|
|Death: ||Sep. 1, 1957|
One of the oldest surviving Confederate Soldiers
William Allen LUNDY was probably born William Allen LUNDAY. When his children started to school, he told the story that the teacher insisted the correct spelling was LUNDY. In any event, his children, and in later legal documents he, spelled the name LUNDY.
He filed a Soldier's Pension Claim in 1931 in which he states that he enlisted at Elba in the Home Guard service for Alabama. This was Application No. 23779 and no approval is indicated. He filed a Soldier's Pension Claim with the State of Florida in 1933 and by Special Act of the Legislature in 1941 was awarded a pension by the State of Florida for service in the Confederate Army during the Civil War. His claim states that he enlisted at Elba, Alabama on the last days of March 1864 in Company D, 4th Calvary of the State of Alabama in the service of the Confederate States of America, and was discharged in May 1865 at the close of the War.
Francis Marion Lunday (1828 - 1918)
Jane E Kelly Lunday (1828 - 1911)
Mary Jane Lassiter Lundy (1864 - 1940)
William Thomas Lundy (1886 - 1982)*
Annie Jane Lundy-Mitchell Anderson (1891 - 1996)*
Joe Jefferson Lundy (1893 - 1983)*
Charlie Monroe Lundy (1894 - 1982)*
George Benjamin Lundy (1896 - 1985)*
Lee Vinia Lundy Taylor (1898 - 1955)*
Willis Lundy (1900 - 1990)*
John Daniel Lundy (1902 - 1995)*
William Allen Lundy (1848 - 1957)
Rachel Lundy Garrett (1856 - 1933)*
Joseph Jackson Lunday (1861 - 1937)*
Henry Stephen Lunday (1862 - 1938)*
Renee Serena Lunday Wilhelm (1867 - 1947)*
Martha Ann Lunday King (1872 - 1945)*
Note: There is a question regarding actual birth date. It is suggested it is 1859.
Created by: William R. Cavins
Record added: Jun 09, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 14554809
Added: Nov. 20, 2015
Dear William, During this 150th anniversary year of the end of the War of Northern Aggression, Thank you for fighting for your beliefs and the defense of the Confederacy. May you always be lovingly remembered. Rest In Peace.|
Added: Oct. 3, 2015
Thank you for your service to the Southern Nation. Deo Vindice.|
Added: Sep. 30, 2015
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