Person:Wiley Carr (1)

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Wiley A CARR
d.15 SEP 1861 Virginia
m. CA 1840
  1. Wiley A CARREst 1840 - 1861
  2. Sarah E CARR1842 - Bef 1910
  3. Lenora CARR1844 - Aft 1910
  4. James Vincent CARR1848 - 1924
  5. Emmett Pinkston CARR1851 - 1927
  6. Coleman C CARR1855 - 1930
  7. William T CARR1865 - Aft 1900
Facts and Events
Name Wiley A CARR
Gender Male
Birth[1][5] CA 1840 Wilcox County, Alabama_PROOF: proven
Other[3][4][7] 6 JUL 1861 Camden, Wilcox, AlabamaCo A, 13th Alabama Infantry Regiment _PROOF: proven Military Service
Death[2][1][6] 15 SEP 1861 VirginiaCause: disease or accident _PROOF: proven
Burial[2][1] CA 15 SEP 1861 Richmond, Richmond, Virginia_PROOF: proven Secondary date: 16 SEP 1861 Hollywood Cemetery
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Hollywood Cemetery, "Confederate Soldiers (interred) database," database, Hollywood Cemetery (www.hollywoodcem
    accessed; 20 June 2011.

    Wiley A. Carr Born: 1840 Died: 9/15/1861
    Date Of Burial : Section: Soldiers Section G Lot: 127 Confederate Soldier State : Alabama
    Regiment : 13th
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  2. 2.0 2.1 Hollywood Memorial Association, Register of the Confederate dead, interred in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Va
    accessed, downloaded; 20 June 2011; page 22.

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  3. Fold3, "Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Alabama
    accessed, downloaded; 20 June 2011; Wiley A Carr records; M311.

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  4. Alabama Department of Archives and History, "Alabama Civil War Muster Rolls, 1861-1865," digital image, Ancest
    accessed, downloaded; 20 June 2011; Wiley Carr; Roll #141, Archive Collection # SG025022-4.

    Alabama Civil War Muster Rolls, 1861-1865
    Name: Wiley Carr
    Estimated Birth Year: abt 1840
    Military unit: 13th Alabama Infantry Regiment
    Military Unit - Company: A
    Muster Roll Date: 06 Jul 1861
    Enlistment Date: 06 Jul 1861
    Rank: Private
    Age: 21
    Place of Enlistment - City: Camden
    Place of Enlistment - State: Alabama
    Roll #: 141
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  5. 1840 census shows James F Carr family living in Wilcox County, Alabama
  6. probably died of disease or accident, as 13th Alabama Infantry apparently was not involved in any engagements at time of death
  7. http://www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/soldiers.cfm
    13th Regiment, Alabama Infantry

    13th Infantry Regiment completed its organization in July, 1861, at Montgomery, Alabama. Men of this unit were from the counties of Coosa, Wilcox, Macon, Butler, Talladega,Montgomery, Randolph, Elmore, and Tallapoosa. Ordered to Virginia, it served under General Rains at Yorktown, and in April, 1862, contained 474 effectives. Later the 13th was assigned to General Colquitt's, Archer's, Sanders', and W.H. Forney's Brigade, Army of the Northern Virginia. It participated in many conflicts from Williamsburg to Cold Harbor, then fought in the long Petersburg siege south of the James River and the campaign that ended at Appomattox. This regiment reported 52 casualties at Seven Pines, 101 during the Seven Days' Battles, and 140 at Chancellorsville. Of the 308 engaged at Gettysburg, over half were disabled.It surrendered with 6 officers and 85 men on April 9, 1865. The field officers were Colonels James Aiken and B.D. Fry; Lieutenant Colonels William H. Betts, R.H. Dawson, S.B. Marks, and Julius C.B. Mitchell; and Major John T. Smith.