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William Norman McRae

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William Norman McRae

Birth
Clayton, Barbour County, Alabama, USA
Death
6 Dec 1931 (aged 85)
Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama, USA
Burial
Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama, USA GPS-Latitude: 33.5515132, Longitude: -86.7538419
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William Norman married Mary Carolyn McCraney on 13 June, 1871.
He was the son of George Washington and Christian McLeod McRae
He and his twin sister, Mary Edith McRae were born on 14 August 1846.
William Norman McRae CSA records: Pvt. in Capt Zorn's Co. of Alabama Reserves, later Co D 63rd Ala Infantry. Company muster roll Camp Watts, near Montgomery, Ala. July 30, 1864, age 17, grey eyes, light hair, Height 5 ft 7 in.: Roll of Prisoner of War April 15, 1865 captured at Blakely, Ala.: Prisoner of War, Co. D 63rd Regt. Ala. Vol. CSA commanded by Capt Robert H Pearson, surrendered at Citronella, Ala. by Lt Gen R Taylor, CSA to Maj Gen ERS Canby, USA on May 4, 1865 and paroled at Meridian, MS on May 13, 1865. He appears on the Register of Ross Hospital in Mobile, Ala. Nov 5, 1864 for 30 days. Compliants of Febris (fever) and intermitting tent (open wound).
William Norman married Mary Carolyn McCraney on 13 June, 1871.
He was the son of George Washington and Christian McLeod McRae
He and his twin sister, Mary Edith McRae were born on 14 August 1846.
William Norman McRae CSA records: Pvt. in Capt Zorn's Co. of Alabama Reserves, later Co D 63rd Ala Infantry. Company muster roll Camp Watts, near Montgomery, Ala. July 30, 1864, age 17, grey eyes, light hair, Height 5 ft 7 in.: Roll of Prisoner of War April 15, 1865 captured at Blakely, Ala.: Prisoner of War, Co. D 63rd Regt. Ala. Vol. CSA commanded by Capt Robert H Pearson, surrendered at Citronella, Ala. by Lt Gen R Taylor, CSA to Maj Gen ERS Canby, USA on May 4, 1865 and paroled at Meridian, MS on May 13, 1865. He appears on the Register of Ross Hospital in Mobile, Ala. Nov 5, 1864 for 30 days. Compliants of Febris (fever) and intermitting tent (open wound).


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