Name: LEE, CADER ALEXANDER (listed on muster roll as Carter A. Lee)
Rank: Private
Enlisted: 10 August 1861 in Co H, 15th Alabama Infantry Regt., transferred to Co E, 1 January 1865.
Service History: Present: Winchester VA 1862/05/25 through Cold Harbor VA, 1862/06/27. Absent on detail: Malvern Hill VA, 1862/07/02. Absent Sick: Cedar Mountain VA, 1862/08/09. Present: Hazel River VA, 1862/08/22. Absent sick: Manassas Junction VA, 1862/08/27 through Sharpsburg MD, 1862/09/17. Present: Shepardstown VA, 1862/09/20. Absent sick: Fredericksburg VA, 1862/12/13. Absent Detail: Suffolk VA, 1863/05/03. Present: Gettysburg PA 1863/07/02; Battle Mountain VA, 1863/07/24; Gettysburg, 1863/07/03. Absent on Furlough: Chickamauga, 1863/09/19-20. Present: Raccoon Mountain, 1863/09./27 through Campbell's Station E.T., 1863/11/06. Absent Detail: Knoxville, E.T., 1863/11/29 through Fort Harrison, 1864/09/30. Absent on Detail: Darbytown VA, 1864/10/07; Present: Darbytown Road VA 1864/10/13 to date of record. 
Date of Birth: 19 November 1840  Place of Birth: Newton, Dale County, Alabama
Date of Death: 9 October 1910 Place of Death: Graceville, Jackson County, Florida
Buried: Graceville, Jackson County, Florida
Father:  Tobias Draken Lee (b 5 March 1803 in Darlington, South Carolina, d 9 July 1862 in Dale County, Alabama; son of James Henry Lee and Elizabeth Ingram)
Mother: Elizabeth Ann Severance (b 1805 in Darlington, South Carolina, daughter of Paul Severance and Hannah Huggins)
Spouse(s): Theodocia Eufrassa Windham (b 18 November 1844 in Newton, Dale County, Alabama, d 8 May 1933 in Graceville, Jackson County, Florida); married 2 September 1866; daughter of Samuel G. Windham and Eleanor Dupree Woodham.
Children: Fanny Ella, Jesse, Costula, Stephen Samuel, Henry, Marvin, Amasa Coleman.
Occupation: Farmer
Residence(s): Newton, Dale County, Alabama; Graceville, Jackson County, Florida
Other: Brother Timothy C. Lee served with Co H, 15th Alabama Infantry Regt., and Co C, 11th Florida Infantry Regt.  
Photographs:

Memorial marker for Cader Lee, 1st Alabama Infantry Regt., Co I ("Dale Avengers"), uncle of Cader Alexander Lee (Providence Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, Dale County). He died as a POW at Camp Douglas, Chicago, in 1862)

Timothy C. Lee, buried at Jellico Cemetery, Houston County, Alabama

Submitter: Georgia V. Fleming E-mail: hyacinth@ala.net