CSA Veterans at Cedar Hill
Vicksburg, Mississippi

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Andrew J. Flanagan
Jan 8, 1836
Aug 27, 1881

In the faraway dwelling wherever it be
I believe thou hast vision of mine
and the love that made all things a
blessing in me
I have not yet learned to resign.

(The marker was imported from Italy.)


Capt. Andrew J. Flanagan served in the 35th Alabama Infantry, Co F.

Though his entry rank is shown as Captain here, his service record cards show he advanced from private to captain.

See his service record at



The Parole of Honor for A. J. Flanagan, Capt., Co. H, 35th Alabama. (Image is as appears in fold3 -- difficult to read.


In Dec 1862, Pvt. Flanagan was assigned to special duty at "Brandon Hospital, Miss."

In Mar 1862, he was promoted to 1st Lt.

By Aug 1864, he was promoted to Capt.

In 1864, Capt. Flanagan was on a receipt roll for clothing.

He appears on a roll of prisoners of war who surrendered at Citronelle, Ala. He was paroled 19 May at Grenada, Miss.

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