|Notes : In 1861 He walked from Sikesville to Auburn to enlist in CSA-14th Alabama Volunteers Regt. Infantry Co. "K", wounded in battle of Williamsburg, Va. on 5 May 1862, was also wounded in battle of Gettysburg; was captured in|
July 1864 and imprisoned in Elmira, NY, resigned prison & remained behind lines until surrender. In 1877-1888 Alabama State Gazetteer and Business Directory
for Randolph County, G.T. Wilson of Almond (Population 50 with tri-weekly mail delivery) was shown as a wagon maker. Tyler was 6'0" tall with a dark complexion and hazel eyes.