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RUDULPH, James Murray, (Private, Company M, 6th Alabama Infantry Regiment) James Murray Rudulph was born March 11, 1841 in Alabama; died May 18, 1897; buried in the Oakview Cemetery, Lowndesboro, Lowndes County, AL.  He was the the son of  Dr. Burwell Boykin  Rudulph  and Mary Emma Higgins of Hayneville and Gordonsville,  Lowndes County.  James married Caroline White Beasley on October 30, 1872 in Lowndes County, AL.  She was  born May 1851 in Alabama and  died October 18, 1936 in Birmingham, AL where she is buried in the Elmwood Cemetery.  She was the daughter of Joseph Beasley and Martha Caroline White. Children of James and Caroline are:

 

James Murray Rudolph & Caroline White Beasley

Photos furnished by Caroline Burnett Cook

1st:  Joseph B. Rudulph, b. August 1873, married Mary B. Brightman on April 7, 1901 in Hayneville, Lowndes County, AL
2nd:  Fannie P. Rudulph, b. about 1875, married E. C. Norton on June 7, 1899 in Lowndesboro, Lowndes County, AL.
3rd:  Charles M. Rudulph, b. about 1879, married Marian before 1920, lived in Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL
4th:  Sallie B. Rudulph, b. October 1882, married Shirley B. Murray before 1920, lived in Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL
5th:  Mary. Rudulph, b. September 1885, married James Dunklin Haralson, before 1920, lived in Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL

Murray was a member of the militia unit the Hayneville Guards that was organized in 1859. He was enrolled on April 17, 1861 for 12 months in Captain J. J. Willingham's Company at Hayneville, Lowndes County Alabama. He enlisted with the rest of the Hayneville Guard on May 16, 1861 in Montgomery Alabama and became Company E, 6th Alabama Volunteer Infantry Regiment. March 1862 the Army of Northern Virginia was re-organized and Company E became Company M. He was serving as a sharpshooter. He appears to have been transferred to the 5th Alabama Infantry before or after he was wounded (when and where). He was on leave when he was captured at Petersburg Virginia. He was finally paroled on June 17, 1865 and had to walk home a long way from Point Lookout Maryland to Lowndes County Alabama. Contributed by Caroline Burnett Cook and Carolyn Golowka


On Feb. 5, 2003, James D. Allen, creator of this website passed away
There is no doubt that he would want the work on the
6th Alabama Infantry to go on.
With that in mind, this site is dedicated to him.
We miss you, Jimmy.



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