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Corp Albert West
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Birth: Jul. 26, 1824
Wayne Township
Clinton County
Ohio, USA
Death: Jun. 20, 1862
Macon
Bibb County
Georgia, USA

Fought in the 48th Ohio Infantry, Co. D. Severely wounded at the Battle of Shiloh in April 1862. Taken prisoner and sent to the Confederate Prison Hospital in Macon, Georgia - the Oglethorpe Hosptial. Albert died June 20, 1862 at the age of 38. He was buried in the Confederate Prison Cemetery on June 29, 1862.

Albert was the husband of Eliza Jane (Luckey) West (1824-1868). He was the father of five children: Martha Jane, William Harrison, Daniel, Sylvester and Sanford Marvin West. Albert was the oldest son of Harrison West, Sr. and Jane "Polly" (McFadden) West.

Note: Both Union and Confederate soldiers were brought from the surrounding hospitals to be buried at Rose Hill Cemetery. It is possible that Albert is buried there.
 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Harrison West (1797 - 1870)
  Jane McFadden West (1800 - 1855)
 
 Spouse:
  Eliza Jane Luckey West (1827 - 1868)*
 
 Children:
  Martha Jane West (1846 - 1850)*
  William Harrison West (1850 - 1850)*
  Daniel West (1852 - 1905)*
  Sylvester West (1854 - 1931)*
  Sanford Marvin West (1856 - 1928)*
 
 Siblings:
  Mary West Geffs (1822 - 1912)*
  Caroline West (1823 - 1827)*
  Albert West (1824 - 1862)
  Vincent West (1825 - 1886)*
  Noah West (1828 - 1839)*
  Sophia West Bernard (1830 - 1907)*
  John West (1832 - 1863)*
  Benson West (1834 - 1837)*
  Martha Jane West Graffis (1836 - 1909)*
  Harrison West (1838 - 1899)*
  Hugh West (1841 - 1918)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Unknown
 
Created by: Calcat
Record added: Oct 08, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 77834705
Corp Albert West
Added by: Michael West
 
 
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"The most persistent sound which reverberates through men's history is the beating of war drums." ~Arthur Koestler
- NJBrewer
 Added: Aug. 4, 2013
To honor you always.
-Anonymous
 Added: Jul. 28, 2013
 
 
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