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Levi Frazier
Service Record and Bounty Land
 


Frazier, Levi
Co. F, 49 Alabama Infantry
Confederate
Private
Card Number
44711986
 


Confederate
F    49    Ala
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Levi Frazier
Pvt. Capt. Bain's company of Marshall county, Alabama
Appears on  Company Muster roll  of the organization named above,
for  dated   Jan, 13, 1862
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Date of arrival at general rendezvous when service commences - Jan 3, 1862
When mustered into service  - Jan 13, 1862
By whom mustered into Service  - Capt. D. R. Hundley
Period - 12 Months
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Traveling to place of rendezvous, number of miles:   166
Present or absent:   not stated
(signed)  J. H. Howard
 


State of Alabama  Marshall County
    On this the 14th day of April A. D. one thousand eight hundred and fifty five Personally appeared before me a Justice of the Peace within and for the county and State aforesaid (sic) Levy Frazier aged 34 years a resident of Marshall County in the State of Alabama who being duly sworn according to law declares that he is the identical Levy Frazier who was a private in the Company commanded by Capt. Stephen Armstrong in the regiment of Alabama Volunteers commanded by Col. Benj. Snodgrass in the war with the Seminole Indians in Florida 1837 for the term of Six months and continued in actual service in said war for Fourteen days, that he has heretofore made application for bounty land under the Ac of September 28, 1850 and received a land warrant No.______ for eighty acres, which he has since legally disposed of and cannot now return.
    He makes this declaration for the purpose of claiming the additional bounty land to which he may be entitled under the act approved 3rd day of March 1855.  He also declares that he has never applied for ( ? ) under this or any other act of congress.  Any bounty land warrant, except this one above mentioned.
(signed)  Levy X (his mark) Frazier

    We Jessee Hichain (probably should be Williams) and John Bidie residents of Marshall County in the state of Alabama upon our oath declare that the forgoing declaration was signed and acknowledged by Levy Frazier in our presents (sic) and that we believe from the appearance and statements of the applicant that he is the identical person he represents himself to be.
(signed)  Jessee Hillian  (probably should be Williams)
              John Bidie

    The foregoing declaration and affidavit were sworn to and subscribed before me on the day and date above written and I certify that I know the affiants to e creditable persons they the claimant is the person he represents himself to be and that I have no interest in this claim.
(signed)  F. M. Kirby
                Justice of the Peace JP
 


(This card very hard to read)
Act March 3
April 23
Levy F (torn)
Capt. Armstrong
Col. B. Snodgrass
Florida War
 Re?? Warrant 6888  80A
6888
Ad.  80 Acres Nov 12, 1855
(signed)  J. M. Kirby
                Williams Store
                Marshall Co, Ala


90: 813
6603 Nov 26, 1850
Levy Frazier pvt.
Capt Stephen Armstrong
Ala Mt Vols
        Capt. Snodgrass
Vol 26 Oct 1837        Land
dis  11 Ap 1838          80 Acres
Florida war
20 aud  June 14, 1851   Taylor
2nd Auditors Office
        16 June  1851
Served from 26 Oct 1837 to 14 Apr. 1838
(signed) J. E. Heath Esq.            (   ?   )
            Comm of pensions        2nd Auditor

Warrant 6888     (?)
20  June?  1851   Sent
Book 57  Pate 152
J. M. Kirby
Williams Store Ala
 


Guntersville, Ala
April 16, 1855
I Waldo (?)
    do ( ? ? ? ) declare the applications of Gideon Gray (?) Isaac Beem and Levy Frazier for additional Bounty Land (unreadable) examine and give me notice at Williams Store Marshall County, Ala
(signed)  Yours Respty
                F. M. Kriby
 


State of Alabama - County of Marshall
On this First day of November a. D. one thousand eight hundred and fifty personally appeared before me a Justice of the Peace, within and for the county and State aforesaid Levy Frazier aged thirty two yeas, a resident of Marshall County in the State of Alabama who being duly sworn according to law, declares that he is the identical Levy Frazier  who was a private in the Company commanded by Captain Stephen Armstrong in the Regiment of North Alabama Mounted Volunteers commanded by Col. Benjamin Snodgrass in the war with the Seminole Indians in Florida hat he volunteered at Bellefonte on or about the 26th day October A. D. 1837 for the term of Six months and continued in actual service in said war for the term of five months or more and was honorably discharged at Fort Mitchell on the 11the day of April A. D. 1838 as will show on the muster roll of said Company.  He further states that he got his assigned certificate of discharge wet and destroyed so it cannot be read.
    He makes this declaration for the purpose of obtaining the bounty Land of which he may be entitled under the act granting bounty land to certain officers and soldiers who have been engaged in the Military Service o the United States, passed 25th September 1850.
(signed) Levy X (his mark) Frazier

Sworn and subscribed before me the day and year above written and I hereby certify that I believe the said Levy Frazier to be the identical man who served as aforesaid and that he is of the age above stated.
(signed) J. M. Kirby
                Justice of the Peace

I know F. M. Kirby to be an acting Justice of the Peace in and for the County of Marshall and State of Alabama
(no signature)


State of Alabama  County of Marshall
I, J. Gilbreath Judge of the court of Probate of said county and by virtue of said official clerk of said Court which court is a court of record, hereby certify that Francis M. Kirby before whom the foregoing declaration and affidants were made and whose (g ??) signature is subscribed to the foregoing certificate was at the time of subscribing the name an acting Justice of the Peace in and for said county, duly sworn and commissioned in witness  thereof  I have hereto subscribed my name and affixed the seal of said Com(?) at office this the 16th day of April A. D. 1855
(signed) M. Gilbreath
            Judge of Probate
 


 




 


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