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 William B. Bramlett

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William B. Bramlett

Birth
South Carolina, USA
Death
20 Nov 1907 (aged 74)
Pope County, Arkansas, USA
Burial
Hector, Pope County, Arkansas, USA
Memorial ID
37224413 View Source

Married first Eleanor Howard ; they are listed on the Arkansas Searcy County census in 1860. They had two children, William Monroe and Arazella. Married second Carrie Ann Curtis (Pig???) 14 May 1871.
William B. Bramlett and Carrie Ann Curtis Bramlett were the parents of Martha Florence Coffman, who married Noble Smithton Coffman in Pope County, AR on January 10, 1898. conscripted six months for Confederate service in Newton Co., Ark., then joined the Union Army. William B. Bramlett, Pvt, Pvt, Co D, 2nd Regt, Ark Cav Volunteers, U.S.A.; enlisted 10 Jan. 10 1864 Springfield, Mo., enrolled age 26 10 Feb 1864, Jasper, Ark.; served in northern Arkansas; statement in his later pension says he became overheated in a march from Arkansas to Springfield, Mo., which caused weakness and affected his lungs; AWOL 31 Dec 1864--28 Feb 1865: deserted Springfield, Mo., 14 Dec 1864; on description list of deserters 31 May 1865, LaGrange, Tenn.: returned and reported at Springfield, Mo., and returned to service 6 May 1865, forfeited all pay during 14 Dec 1864--6 May 1865 by desertion; mustered out/discharged 20 Aug 1865, Memphis, Tenn. Invalid Pension 1055.791, certificate 1055.214, filed 16 Sept 1891 Pope Co., Ark.; resident of Appleton, Pope Co., Ark., born 29 Dec 1834 Jackson Co., S.C.; farmer, vitals: 5 feet, 6 inches tall, weight 125, grey eyes, dark hair dark complexion, no permanent marks or scars. William B. Bramlett, 67, born South Carolina, and family, 1900 Pope Co., Ark., census. NARA Index: Bramlette William 2nd Arkansas Cavalry D Private Private 000383 0001 00001154. NARA film M383 roll 1. Sources: Doris Moore, Betty Keysacker, Deb Dennis.
Note: Men who were classified as deserters often had just gotten separated from their units in battle or simply went home to get crops in and then return to their unit.

Married first Eleanor Howard ; they are listed on the Arkansas Searcy County census in 1860. They had two children, William Monroe and Arazella. Married second Carrie Ann Curtis (Pig???) 14 May 1871.
William B. Bramlett and Carrie Ann Curtis Bramlett were the parents of Martha Florence Coffman, who married Noble Smithton Coffman in Pope County, AR on January 10, 1898. conscripted six months for Confederate service in Newton Co., Ark., then joined the Union Army. William B. Bramlett, Pvt, Pvt, Co D, 2nd Regt, Ark Cav Volunteers, U.S.A.; enlisted 10 Jan. 10 1864 Springfield, Mo., enrolled age 26 10 Feb 1864, Jasper, Ark.; served in northern Arkansas; statement in his later pension says he became overheated in a march from Arkansas to Springfield, Mo., which caused weakness and affected his lungs; AWOL 31 Dec 1864--28 Feb 1865: deserted Springfield, Mo., 14 Dec 1864; on description list of deserters 31 May 1865, LaGrange, Tenn.: returned and reported at Springfield, Mo., and returned to service 6 May 1865, forfeited all pay during 14 Dec 1864--6 May 1865 by desertion; mustered out/discharged 20 Aug 1865, Memphis, Tenn. Invalid Pension 1055.791, certificate 1055.214, filed 16 Sept 1891 Pope Co., Ark.; resident of Appleton, Pope Co., Ark., born 29 Dec 1834 Jackson Co., S.C.; farmer, vitals: 5 feet, 6 inches tall, weight 125, grey eyes, dark hair dark complexion, no permanent marks or scars. William B. Bramlett, 67, born South Carolina, and family, 1900 Pope Co., Ark., census. NARA Index: Bramlette William 2nd Arkansas Cavalry D Private Private 000383 0001 00001154. NARA film M383 roll 1. Sources: Doris Moore, Betty Keysacker, Deb Dennis.
Note: Men who were classified as deserters often had just gotten separated from their units in battle or simply went home to get crops in and then return to their unit.


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