Name: WOODHAM, STEVEN MOSES 
Rank: Pvt. 
Enlisted: 3 March 1862 at Westville, Dale County
Service History: Present at: Winchester, Virginia 1862/05/25, Cross Keys 1862/06/08, Cold Harbor 1862/06/27, Malvern Hill 1862/07/02, Cedar Mountain 1862/08/09, Hazel River 1862/08/23, Manassas Junction 1862/08/27, Manassas Plains 1862/08/28-30, Chantilly, Virginia 1862/09/01, Harpers Ferry 1862/09/13; Severely Wounded: Sharpsburg 1862/09/17; Absent Wounded: Fredericksburg 1862/12/13, Suffolk 1863/05/03, Shepherdstown 1862/09/19, Gettysburg 1863/07/02, Absent Furlough: Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 1863/07/03 to Wilderness, Virginia 1864/05/06; Absent Sick: Spotsylvania, Virginia 1864/05/08 & 12, Cold Harbor 1864/06/03, Chester Station 1864/06/17. Captured sick at Spotsylvania May 15, 1864. Paroled about November 1, 1864.
Date of Birth: April 1834 Place of Birth: Echo, Dale County, Alabama
Date of Death: 1908 Place of Death: Dale County, Alabama
Buried: Woodham Family Cemetery, Newton, Dale County, Alabama
Father: Aris Woodham, Jr. (b 2 June 1801 in Lee County, South Carolina, d 1880 in Dale County, Alabama)
Mother: Caron H. Riley (b 1810 in Darlington Dist., South Carolina, d 16 March 1873)
Spouse(s): Sarah Amanda Jane Galloway (b December 1834, d 1904, daughter of Edward James Galloway and Elizabeth Woodham)
Children: John Wesley, Perry Caswell
Occupation: Farmer
Residence(s): Reynolds, Dale County, Alabama
Other: 
Photographs:

(above) Stephen M. Woodham

(below) Aris Woodham, Jr., father of Stephen Woodham
Pvt., Ala. Militia, Indian Wars 1801 - 1880

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