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From: "Dennis Dover" <>
Subject: RE: [Dover] 28th Alabama Infantry Regiment, Civil War
Date: Sat, 27 Aug 2005 10:47:59 -0700
Had your 2nd great grandfather William A. Dover and his brother
Anderson M. Dover been present at Durham Station in 1865, they would
have been just 18 miles from Collins Creek and the Haw River where
their possible great grandfather John Dover was living in 1750.
From: Randy Dover [mailto:]
Sent: Wednesday, August 24, 2005 12:50 PM
Subject: [Dover] 28th Alabama Infantry Regiment, Civil War
The survivors of the 28th and the Army of Tennessee went home or
joined Gen'l Johnston in North Carolina following the 1864 Tennessee
Campaign. The 28th, now few in number, was consolidated with the
24th and 34th Alabama and placed under the command of Colonel J. C.
Carter of Montgomery. The regiment officially surrendered at Durham
Station, Orange County, North Carolina on April 26, 1865.
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