Huggins, Abraham

Ca. 1842 - June 4, 1907

Abraham Huggins (also spelled Abram Huggins) was born circa 1842 in McNairy County, Tennessee. He went by the nickname of "Abe." In December 1866, he was a resident of Memphis, Tennessee. He died on June 4, 1907, and was interred in the National Cemetery at Memphis, Tennessee.

Muster Rolls

June 20, 1863: Mustered In
June 20 to 30, 1863: Present; appointed corporal to date from June 1, 1863
July and August, 1863: Present
September and October, 1863: Present; due the U.S. for (1) one Cartg Box Belt Plate 10 cts
November and December, 1863: Present
January and February, 1864: Present
March and April, 1864: Present
March and April, 1864: Fort Pickering, Tenn.; Present
May & June, 1864: Not stated
to August 31, 1864: Not stated
September and October, 1864: Not stated
November and December, 1864: Present; Lost gun wiper C. B. Belt & plate.
January and February, 1865: Lost gun wiper, Cart. Box Belt & plate.
March and April, 1865: Present; promoted to corpl to date from Apr 1/65. Lost one haversack.
May and June, 1865: Present; promoted to corpl to date from May 1/65. Lost one Haversack & wiper.
July and August, 1865: Absent; Promoted to corpl May 1/ 65. Confined in Irvin Prison Memphis Tenn. since Aug. 30/65.
September and October, 1865: Present; prompted to corpl May 1st 1865
November and December, 1865: Present; promoted to corpl May 1st 1865
January 12, 1866: Mustered Out; promoted to corpl 1st May 65. Due U. S. for Ordnance 22 cts.

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