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Littleton J. Burdett


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Littleton J. Burdett
27 Jul 1845
Fox Creek, Randolph County, Alabama United States
30 Nov 1862
Washington County, Maryland United States
Time In Service
From: 12 July 1861
To: 30 Nov 1863


Confederate States of America
Branch of Service
13th Alabama Infantry Co. E
Not Specified
Current Status
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Honors & Awards

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Confederate Monument

Statue to honor Confederates that served during the Civil War. Washington Confederate is located within the confines of the Rose Hill Cemetery in Hagerstown, Washington County, Maryland.
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13th Alabama Battle Flag

Battle flag is encased in glass at the Alabama State Capitol, in the upstairs museum. Along with the battle flag there are additional 13th Alabama archives.
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Littleton J. Burdett in the Civil War

Littleton J. Burdett, was born 27 July 1845 in Fox Creek, Randolph County, Alabama. He enlisted 12 July 1861 with his two brothers, Benjamin Apling (born 23 Dec. 1835-died 14 Sept. 1921 Bosque County, Texas) and Samuel Monroe (born 10 March 1943, died 28 Oct. 1929 Williamson County, Tennesee) in the 13th Alabama, Co. E. He was active in battle with his two brothers at the Seige of Yorktown, Seven Pines, Cold Harbor, New Market Cross Roads, Glendale and Frazer's Farm, Willis Church and Malvern Hill in Virginia. From 06-17 September he served during the Maryland Campaign which included the battle of South Mountain and Antietam in Sharpsburg, Maryland. During the battle of Antietam he was severely wounded (along with his brother Samuel) either during action  in the Cornfield or Bloody Lane. Originally, Littleton was listed as having died on the battlefield, however additional hospital rosters and his probate settlement proceedings indicate he died of his wounds on ...   [ Read more » ]
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