Name: AMERSON, T. (probably THOMAS)
Rank: Private
Enlisted: 4 October 1862 in Conecuh County, Alabama
Service History: ADAH service card: Pay roll dated near New Market, Virginia, 15 November 1864: Absent sick on furlough; Also served with Co B. This is the only record of Amerson serving in the 15th. He does not appear on Oates' roll. Other ADAH service cards are:
Pay roll January to June 1864, 6th Alabama Regt., Co E.
Pay roll 1 April 1864, Camp Terrell, Virginia, 6th Alabama Regt., Co E.:
Absent in Alabama on sick furlough.
Pay roll 1 February 1865, Camp Reeves, Virginia, 6th Alabama Regt., Co E.: Missing since battle of Bell Grave 19 October 1864
There is a record for THOMAS AMERSON, enlisted March 1861 in Richmond, Virginia, discharged 1865, living in Gregville, Conecuh County, as of the 1907 Census of Confederate veterans. The information below is for Thomas Amerson based on the 1907 Confederate Census and the 1880 - 1910 Conecuh County Census. 
Date of Birth: 26 April 1836 Place of Birth: Conecuh County, Alabama
Date of Death: aft 1910 Place of Death: probably Conecuh County, Alabama
Buried: 
Father: 
Mother: 
Spouse(s): Sarah // (b abt 1833 in Alabama)
Children: Wiley J. 
Occupation: Farmer
Residence(s): Conecuh County, Alabama
Other: 
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Submitter: Georgia V. Fleming E-mail: hyacinth@ala.net