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COL Hundley, Daniel R.

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Brigadier General
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Apr 11, 2016
NE Georgia - SC
Daniel Robinson Alexander Campbell Hundley

Born: December 12, 1832

Birthplace: Madison County, Alabama
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Father: Dr. John Henderson Hundley 1796 – 1881
(Buried: Maple Hill Cemetery, Huntsville, Alabama)​

Mother: Melinda Robinson 1804 – 1884
(Buried: Maple Hill Cemetery, Huntsville, Alabama)​

Wife: Mary Ann Hundley 1834 – 1913
(Buried: Maple Hill Cemetery, Huntsville, Alabama)​


Margaret M. Hundley Fletcher 1855 – 1928​
(Buried: Decatur City Cemetery, Decatur, Alabama)​
Edith Hundley Minega 1858 – 1924​
(Buried: Friendship Cemetery, Columbus, Mississippi)​
Warren Harris Hundley 1861 – 1897​
(Buried: Maple Hill Cemetery, Huntsville, Alabama)​
Mary Alexander Hundley Toney 1863 – 1944​
(Buried: Maple Hill Cemetery, Huntsville, Alabama)​
John Henderson Hundley 1866 – 1905​
(Buried: Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Kentucky)​
Elisha Estes Hundley 1872 – 1950​
(Buried: Peebles Cemetery, Mooresville, Alabama)
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Lucy Hundley Toney 1874 – 1940​
(Buried: Maple Hill Cemetery, Huntsville, Alabama​


Attended Bacon College, University of Virginia​
1855: Graduated from Harvard law school​

Occupation before War:

1855 – 1856: Attorney in Huntsville, Alabama​
1856 – 1861: Manager of His father in laws real estate in Chicago, Illinois​
1860: Author of Social Relations in our Southern States​

Civil War Career:

1861 – 1862: Captain Company D, 2nd Confederate Regiment​
1862 – 1865: Colonel of 31st Alabama Infantry Regiment​
1862: Wounded during the Battle of Port Gibson​
1864: Captured at Big Shanty, Georgia on June 15, 1864
1864 – 1865: Held Prisoner at Johnson's Island Union Prison​
1865: Released from Prison by Union Army in July of 1865​

Occupation after War:

Attorney, Author and Newspaper Editor in Huntsville, Alabama​

December 27, 1899

Place of Death: Mooresville, Alabama

Age at time of Death: 67 years old

Burial Place: Maple Hill Cemetery, Huntsville, Alabama
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