Gwen:I am working on supplementals for Abram's sons who served in the Civil War on the Confederate side.I have the following info:
John Calvin Alewine married to Eliza Emerline (they had moved to Pope Arkansas by the time he died.)He filed in 1917 for a Confederate Pension from Co G Infantry.He died 5 May 1927 and his wife died in 27 Mar 1933.
Francis Marion Alewine married twice 1) Emma E. Low about 1869 in SCshe was born Jul 1843 to Benjamin and Elizabeth Low and she died abt 1900 in SC.2) Bernice M. Brock about 1900 in SC she was born 1870 and died 1928 in SC.He served in the Civil War as a Private, Company I, 19th Regiment of SC Infantry.He served in the same company of men with his brothers Joseph Addison Alewine, George Washington Alewine and his first cousin John Darby Alewine.He is buried in Little River Baptist Church Cemetery in Honea Path SC.He died Feb 3, 1923.He filed for a Confederate Veteran's Pension, Class A, for "Those who as a result of wounds received in the war, are physically helpless.
George Washington Alewine Served in 19th South Carolina Infantry as a Private in Co I.He filed for a Confederate Pension in Honea Path, Anderson Co., SC.
Joseph Addison Alewine also served in the Co. I of the 19th during the Civil War and I have his pay rosters.He was wounded at the Battle of Chickamauga in 1863
John Darby Alewine is the cousin who served in Co. I of the 19th and his parents were Jacon and Margaret Alewine.
I need as much proof as anyone has that they are indeed the children of Abram and Mary or Abram and his second wife.I believe that some of these are half brothers but I don't know which ones.Can you help me with that info.By the way, thanks for the picture of Joseph A. Alewine.Would love to have more photos of this family.
I am the granddaughter of Dessie Alewine Burroughs who was the daughter of Noah Wilson Alewine (son of Joseph Addison).Thank you so much for any help