(1825 - 1872)
Home State: South Carolina
Branch of Service: Infantry
From the Williamsburg District, SC, he enlisted there as Private, Company G, 15th South Carolina Infantry on 13 April 1862.
On the Campaign
He was in action at Fox's Gap on South Mountain on 14 September 1862.
The rest of the War
He was sick in a hospital in October and home in South Carolina in December 1862, but back with his Company by February 1863. He was admitted to the Jackson General Hospital in Richmond, VA on 1 September 1863 with typhoid fever, on furlough in November 1863, was briefly absent without leave after the furlough expired, and was back on duty by February 1864. He was in Jackson Hospital again in June 1864 but back to his Company in July.
References & notes
His service from the Roll,1 as A.B. Donahoe, and his Compiled Service Records, online from fold3, also as A.B. Donnahoe and A. Brown Donnahoe. Personal details from family genealogists. He's also found in records as A.B. Dunahoe, Ashabell B Durnahoe, A.B. Donnehow, and Ashabell Breuton Dunnahoe.
Thanks to great-great grandson Paul T. Flowers for the pointer to Dunnahoe, who helped his relative George Washington Spring (also a Private in Company G) from the field at Fox's Gap and wrote home about Spring's death in November 1862.
He married Martha Marina/Marena Timmons (1828-) in January 1845 and they had 7 children.
1825 in SC
12/23/1872; Williamsburg County, SC