the flatlanders, the planters, the so-called gentlemen whose fine
daughters do not acknowledge your existence would have you fight
their RICH MAN'S WAR. If you join their rebel army it will be
a POOR MAN'S FIGHT.
Loyal Union men of good moral habits - farmers and farmer's sons - are now joining THE FIRST ALABAMA UNION CAVALRY, UNITED STATES VOLUNTEERS. Our flag is THE OLD FLAG. Our country is in peril and needs men of valour to fight for Freedom and Uncle Abe.
are open at secret sites in Winston, Franklin, Marion, Blount,
Morgan, Randolph, Walker, Jefferson, St. Clair, Lawrence, Fayette,
DeKalb and Jackson counties.
The Story of the First Alabama Cavalry by
W.L. Swan, one of the 1st's troops, and great-great-grandfather of the webmaster. Includes a picture of W.L.'s tombstone, engraved with an emblem showing Co D., 1st Alabama Cavalry affiliation.
The Southern Loyalists by Robert Hurst
Places and Dates of Deaths of First Alabama Cavalry Soldiers.
Fatalities of the First Alabama Cavalry.
Nashville Casualties according to Hoole.
Death dates of 1st Alabama Cavalry Soldiers in unknown places.
POW's who died in Andersonville.
Col. Streight's Raid through North Alabama.
McWhirters in the Union Army.
Roster of Soldiers. -- old- Please try the query at the below URL.
Query Roster of Soldiers. -- new
Stories of People, Officer Biographies and more.
Bibliography for Research of 1st Alabama Cavalry.
The Re-enactors Page
News from Vicksburg
New photos of cavalry members.
Ordering documents from the National Archives
If you have a request for further information about the First Alabama Cavalry
or are a descendent of a member, please email Glenda
Book on the Cavalry released!
Note from Glenda Todd regarding lost email.
This page copyright © 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 by Gerald Swann
Last updated 1 Aug 2000