(1834 - 1905)
Home State: South Carolina
Education: SC Military Academy
Branch of Service: Staff
He was a lawyer in Marion, SC before the War. He may have served as First Sergeant, Company E (or K), 1st South Carolina Infantry, for 6 months' service January - July 1861. He was appointed Captain and acting Assistant Adjutant General (AAG) to his brother Nathan G. Evans by First Manassas, VA on 21 July 1861. He was formally commissioned Captain and AAG 9 October 1861.
On the Campaign
From General Evans' Report:
To my general and personal staff I am much indebted for their bravery and fidelity in carrying my orders. Captain T. D. Eason, ordnance officer; Captain A. L. Evans, assistant adjutant-general, [and] First Lieutenant samuel J. Corrie, aide-de-camp, were often under heavy fire and executed their several duties with intrepidity.
The rest of the War
He later served as AAG to Generals Elliot and Wallace, who followed General N. Evans in command of the Brigade. He led a Company of Georgia troops in action at the Crater, near Petersburg, VA on 30 July 1864. He was paroled at Appomattox Court House, VA on 9 April 1865.
After the War
He was a lawyer at Marion Court House, SC and deputy clerk of the County Court.
References & notes
04/10/1834; Marion, SC
03/11/1905 Marion, SC; burial in Rose Hill Cemetery, Marion, SC