Merry Bee Genealogy - Kerr

Military records for family of John M Kerr KH-091

INDIVIDUALS
Samuel Kerr [KH-292] brother of John M
Mathew Ervin Kerr [KG-077], son of John M
John Wesley Kerr [KG-099], son of John M
Samson M Kerr [KG-100], son of John M
James D Kerr [KG-H17], nephew of John M, son of his brother James
George W Kerr [KG-H21], nephew of John M, son of his brother James
Mathew Israel Kerr [KG-H25], nephew of John M. son of brother Harvey
Samuel Kerr [KG-116], nephew of John M. son of brother Harvey
John Francis Kerr [KF-104], grandson of John M, son of Mathew Ervin
CHRONOLOGY
1860
1861 June John Wesley June 20 enlisted in the Confederate Army, Paint Rock Valley Sharpshooters at Woodville, Alabama. From there they marched to Richmond, VA
Samson
John Francis
1861 July John W (date unknown) inducted into Co G (Capt. Bibb’s Co.) of the 12th Alabama Volunteer Infantry Division of the Army of northern Virginia and moved to the Potomac front
Samson
John Francis
1861 July John W July 22 reached Manassas the day after the great battle. Their assignment the following day was to bury the Federal dead.
Samson
John Francis
1861 August John Francis August 14 given a medical discharge
1862 Feb George W February 14 died of disease in the Union Hospital at Cairo, Illinois
1862 June John Wesley wounded June 28. Where and in what battle would be have been wounded?
1862 Oct Mathew E enlisted in the 4th Alabama Cavalry
1863 May John Wesley May 2 seriously wounded in the Battle of Chancellorsville; in military hospitals from May 3 until October 28, 1863
1863 Oct John Wesley October 28 furloughed for sixty days to go home to recuperate. Upon arriving home he surrendered to the occupying Union Army and was given a parole