Inmate at Alabama’s Confederate Soldiers Home

Photographs of Pvt. John S. Tucker taken in 1861 and 1915. Tucker served in the Confederacy’s Twenty-ninth Alabama Infantry during the Civil War and became an “inmate” of the Alabama Confederate Soldiers Home late in life. He died at the home in 1916 and is buried on the grounds of Confederate Memorial Park in Cemetery #2.

Alabama Department of Archives and History

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