Name: LAMMONS, JAMES DANIEL (also listed on muster roll as James D. Lammos, James D. Lummons, and James D. Lamond; on Census as James Lamon and James Lammons)
Rank: Private
Enlisted: 3 August 1862
Service History: Absent sick Fredericksburg Dec 13 62 Suffolk Va May 3 63 Gettysburg Pa July 2-3 63 Battle Mount July 24 63 Chickamauga Ga Sept 19 63 Spotsylvania Va May 9 64; Absent furlough Chickamauga Ga Sep 20 63 Raccoon Mt Tenn Oct 27 63 Lookout Valley Oct 28 63; Wounded Knoxville Tenn Nov 20 63 Darbytown Oct 7 64; Absent wounded Darbytown Rd Oct 13 64 Williamsburg Rd Oct 27 64 Present Camel Stn Nov 16 63 Knoxville Tenn Nov 29 63 Dandridge Tenn Jan 16 64 Wilderness Va May 6 64 Spotsylvania May 12 64; Present Cold Harbor Jun 3 64 Chester Stn Jun 17 64 Deep Bottom Aug 14 64 Fussell Mill Aug 16 64 Ft Gilmer Sept 29 64 Ft Harrison Sept 30 64; Continued until surrender; paroled at Appomattox April 13, 1865. On Oates roll as disabled at Darbytown Rd.
**Listed separately as James D. Lammos and James D. Lummons, each record says died of disease, 19 March 63 in Richmond. Enlistment date for Lammos and Lummons matches that of James Lammons with the above service record, who survived the war. 
Date of Birth: 17 February 1845 Place of Birth: Barnes Crossroads, Dale County, Alabama
Date of Death: 28 March 1914 Place of Death: Hartford, Geneva County, Alabama
Father: Duncan Lammons (b in North Carolina abt 1793)
Mother: Nancy // (b in North Carolina abt 1800)
Spouse(s): Mary Jane //
Children: Edward Barnes, Duncan M., Marvin P., Archa M. (son), Lee G. (son)
Occupation: Farmer
Residence(s): Barnes Crossroads, Dale County, Alabama; Hartford, Geneva County, Alabama
Other: Alabama Pension #13010, Geneva County. Pensioner: James Lammons; Witnesses: C. J. Stewart, Jno. Lammons; Remarks: O.K.


Submitter: Georgia V. Fleming E-mail: