|Birth: ||Oct. 30, 1830|
|Death: ||Jan. 30, 1917|
Private, Company B (Old Company A), "Henry Grays", 6th Regiment, Alabama Infantry, CSA.
Captain, Company K, 6th Regiment, Alabama Infantry, CSA.
Isaac F. Culver mustered in service as a Private in the "Henry Grays", 6th Regiment, Alabama Infantry, CSA, on May 16, 1861, at Montgomery, Alabama, for 12 months. He was appointed Sergeant on August 26, 1861. After rejoining the service, as Captain of Company K, Capt. I. F. Culver was wounded in battle on September 14, 1862, and given a furlough, and was still absent in December 1862. He was promoted to Major of the 6th Alabama on May 7, 1863. Maj. Culver was wounded in the arm at Gettysburg, about 4:30 p.m. on July 1, 1863, and left the field. On October 10, 1863, he was admitted to General Hospital No. 4, Richmond, Virginia, with intermittent fever, and returned to duty on October 23. He was again admitted to a hospital on June 8, 1864, in Richmond, Virginia, suffering with diarrhea, and returned to duty on June 21. Apparently, as many soldiers did, he continued to suffer illness into the fall of 1864. Major Isaac F. Culver, Prisoner of War, was paroled at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, on April 9, 1865.
Isaac F. Culver, Civil War service records.
1907 Census of Confederate Soldiers Residing in Alabama.
Mary E Boran Culver (1832 - 1859)
Oak Hill Cemetery
Created by: Bobbie Camp Floyd
Record added: Jun 16, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 53760007
Added: Sep. 15, 2012