23rd Georgia Infantry

Company E

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Currently in the posession of the Chicago Historical Society

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Company E's Record of Events
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Nov & Dec 61 Yorktown, Va.
The Company left Chimborazo Hill with Reg't. Dec 10, 61 for Yorktown by way of James River, on Steamer North Hampton to Kings Landing, marched from there to Yorktown a distance of some 15 miles.
Arrived at Yorktown Dec 12, 61.
Dec 18, 61 moved from Camp near Yorktown to Camp near Hosp. above wharf where they are now stationed.
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Jan & Feb 62 Yorktown, Va.
The Company with Reg't. moved from Camp near Hosp. to Winter Quarters 1/2 mile west of Yorktown Jan 23, 62
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In Consequence of sickness and Heavy details the Co. has had but little time for inaction
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Jul & Aug 63 Company left Kingston, N.C. Jul 1, 63 when we were ordered to Wilmington N.C. Arrived at Wilmington Jul 13, 63, marched to Scott Hill 12 miles from Wilmington, remained till Jul 31, 63 there, then ordered to Camp Davis N.C., remained there till Aug 7, 63 when we were ordered to Charleston S.C. were we arrived Aug 9, 63, from there were ordered to James Island.
Aug 24, 63 ordered to Morris Island, remained there till night of Aug 30, 63. During this time the Company was engaged in skirmish with the enemy, were also under heavy fire from the enemy's Mortar and Land Batteries.
Left on the night of Aug 30, 63 on Board Steamer Sumter which was fired on by mistake from Fort Moultrie and the Boat sunk, many jumped overboard and swam or waded to Fort Sumter, fortunately all were saved and returned to camp Aug 31, 63.
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Sep & Oct 63 James Island, S.C.
Company moved with Reg't from Camp on East Line to Camp on West Line Sep 10, 63.
moved from Camp on West Line to Camp near Stono River Oct 8, 63, where we are now stationed.
Dicipline Fair
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Nov & Dec 63 James Island S.C.
Company with Regiment moved from Camp near Brigade Head Quarters Dec 2, 1863 to Camp at Presbyterian Church where the Company is now Stationed.
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Jan & Feb 64 Camp Milton, Fl.
Company left Camps on James Island SC, Feb 10, 1864. Marched to Johns Island a distance of 12 miles to meet the Enemy, He however retired without giving us battle.
From Johns Island ordered to Savannah Ga ordered to Lake City Fla. arrived at Lake City Feb 17, 1864, 18th went by Rail Road to Olustee station having traveled a distance of about 300 miles by Rail Road excess-28 miles marched.
on the 20th Feby theCompany with the Regiment was engaged in the Battle of ocean pond.
22nd Feb marched to Sanderson.
23rd Feb marched to St. Mary's River Camped for the night, 24th Feb marched to Baldwin Fla. 26th Feb marched to Camp Milton Fla where we are now Stationed.
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Mar & Apr 64 Near Fort Johnson SC
Company marched from Camp Milton Fl on Apr 19, 64 marched to #9 Station on the Aa Rail Road a distance of about 80 miles.
From #9 came by Rail Road to Savannah, Ga. From Savannah by Rail Road to Charleston SC and marched from St. Andrews Depot to Camp near Fort Johnson where we are now Stationed.
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Adkins, W.H.
Born. 1843 Forsythe Co. Ga.
enlisted 8-10-63 at Atlanta, Ga.
Roll Sep/Oct 63 absent, sick in Hospital in Summerville, S.C.
Rolls Jul 63 thru Apr 64 present
Hosp Muster Roll Gen Hosp #1 Summerville, S.C. present
Present at surrender near Greensboro, NC.
Pension filed in Gilmer Co. Ga.
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Agan, John F
enlisted 9-9-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #4, 6-27-62 Gun Shot Would left thigh, sent to Danville, Va. 7-1-62
Captured at Battle of Sharpsburg, Md. 9-17-62, On list of POW’s 9-27-62, Paroled
Furloughed 30 days 11-12-62
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Roll Mar/Apr 64 present, last on file, On arrest
Captured Weldon Rail Road 8-19-64, Held at Point Lookout Md. and Released at City Point, Va. 10-14-64 upon Joining the U.S. Army
no further record
See W.E. Parr
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Aldin, W.P.
1 Med Card
Admitted Gen Hosp #3, Greensboro, N.C. Mar 65
no further record
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Anderson, Moses
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Roll Dec 61 absent sick since 12-10-61 at Hosp in Richmond, Va.
Roll Jan/Feb 62 present, last on file
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 12-10-61 Febris Remittens, returned to duty 12-16-61
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Bailey, James
enlisted 2-7-64 Jasper, Ga. 2 Cards
Roll Jan/Feb 64 absent AWOL
Roll Mar/Apr 64 Deserted from furlough at Pickens Co. Ga.
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Bartholomew, J.A.
1 POW card
Roll of POW’s Captured in and around Gettysburg, Pa. July 1,2,3, 1863, transferred to Provost Marshall
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Berry, Jesse P Cpl
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo #3, 5-12-62 Diarrhea, transferred to Camp Winder 5-13-62
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Roll Sep/Oct 63 absent = sick in hospital in Charleston, S.C. on sick furlough at home since 11-7-63
Rolls Nov 63 thru Apr 64 same as above
Admitted Gen Hosp Petersburg, Va. 5-20-64 acute Dysentery, transferred to Summerville S.C. 6-11-64
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Berry, W.J.
enlisted 2-14-63
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Roll Jul/Aug 63 absent = sick at home in Ga. since 6-25-63 to 7-24-63
Roll Sep to Dec 63 present
Roll Jan/Feb 64 absent sick in hospital in Lake City Fl.
Roll Mar/Apr 64 present
Note: USA 1st Georgia Infantry Co. D, Berry, William A.; captured and killed. (William J. Berry; buried in the National Cemetery, Marietta, GA; had been in Company E, 23rd Georgia Confederate Infantry.)
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Blanton, George W
2 Med Cards
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #1, 12-10-61 Rubeola, returned to duty 12-24-61
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #1, 5-10-62 Rheumatism returned to duty 5-11-62
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Blanton, James H
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #1, 5-10-62 Rheumatism, returned to duty 5-11-62
Roll Jul/Aug 63 present = sick in camp
Roll Sep 63 thru Dec 63 present, extra duty as teamster since 9-2-63 James Island (Dills Bluff)
Roll Jan thru Apr 64 present extra duty as mechanic 12-63 thru to 1-64
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Blanton, J.M.
1 Med Card
Admitted Seminary Hosp Williamsburg, Va. 3-18-62 Typhoid Fever, sent to Gen
Hosp 4-5-62 pg 28 show 3-18-62 acute Bronchitis
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Blanton, William G
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Roll Jan/Feb 62 present, last on file
Roll Jul/Aug 63 Dropped, sent to hospital at Richmond, Va. June 63, not heard from since, Suppose to be Dead
Register of Deceased Soldiers, Shows Died 7-7-62
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Bottoms, James B
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Roll Nov/Dec 63 absent on 20 days furlough 12-23-63
Roll Jan thru Apr 64 present
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Admitted Chimborazo #1, 5-10-62 Diarrhea, returned to duty 5-11-62
Admitted Episcopal Church Hospital Williamsburg, Va. 5-14-64 Febris Intermittens
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Bowers, J.P.
enlisted 1-23-64 Marietta, Ga.
Roll Mar/Apr 64 present, last on file
Admitted Pettigrew Gen Hosp #13, Raleigh, N.C. returned to duty
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Boyd, Jesse F.
enlisted at Ellijay, Ga., mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 12-10-61 acute Pleurisy, returned to duty 12-15-61
Detailed as Wagoner with Gen Magruder since 12-25-61
Roll Jan/Feb 62 absent Detailed as Teamster since 12-25-61
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Roll Jul/Aug 63 present
Roll Sep/Oct 63 present, transferred to Regimental Band 10-31-63
Roll Mar/Apr 64 present, Last on file, Field and Staff Band Muster Roll
Killed 7-4-64 in Battle at Petersburg, Va.
See personal Papers of J.M. Dillingham Co. D 23rd Ga.
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Brock, R.C.
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Roll Nov/Dec 62 CSA Hosp Muster Roll Gen Hosp Liberty, Va.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #1, 5-10-62 Injury to Ankle, returned to duty 5-11-62
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #4, 6-29-62 acute Diarrhea, transferred to Danville, Va. 7-29-62
Present on all available Rolls up to Apr 64
USA) Deserted from the enemy at Bermuda Hundred 10-29-64 Confined 11-6-64 at Military Prison at Camp Hamilton, Va. by order of Lt. Gen Grant Came here from City Point, Va.
Released 11-13-64, went to Pittsburg, Pa.
This man was named for Gallentry by Colonel James H Huggins, but not the want of proper records, the peculiar act of bravery by which he is distinguished, cannot be given
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Brown, Caleb
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Wounded at South Mountain, Md. 9-14-62 farmer
Admitted Gen Hosp #17, 10-13-62, furloughed 10-24-62, Also there on Hosp
Muster Roll to 8-31-62
Admitted Gen Hosp Howards Grove Va. Vulmus Contus left shoulder, transferred to Chimborazo 12-11-62
Admitted Chimborazo #2, 12-12-62 wounded in left Breast by shell, returned to duty 1-1-63
Admitted Gen Hosp #9, 5-4-63, sent to Chimborazo Hosp
Admitted Chimborazo hosp #2, 5-4-63 Ulcer of leg, transferred to Atlanta, Ga. 6-3-63
Roll Jul/Aug 63 absent = sick since 5-1-63
Rolls Sep 63 to Dec 63 absent = sick since 5-1-63
Roll Jan/Feb 64 Deserted, Gone to the Enemy
USA) Oath Of Allegiance, Residence Pickens County Ga. Light complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, 6’1”, took on 2-19-64
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Brown, Jesse F
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #3, 4-6-62, returned to duty 4-14-62
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #4, 5-10-62 Debility, returned to duty 6-23-62, remarks: Lynchburg 6-1-62
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #4, 6-4-62 acute Diarrhea
Furloughed 30 days from 9-13-62
Promoted Corporal 9-1-63
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Admitted Gen Hosp Petersburg, Va. 5-23-63 Chronic Diarrhea, returned to duty 6-11-63, remarks: Paroled Prisoner
Roll Mar/Apr 64 present, last on file
Admitted Gen Hosp Petersburg, Va. 6-20-64 Gun Shot, Brought in Dead
Died 6-20-64 near Petersburg, Va.
Father: James Brown filed for bounty in Union County
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Brown, Samuel
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Roll Nov/Dec 61 Discharged and Paid off 12-2-61
Born in Rutherford County N.C. 50 yrs, 5’6”, fair complexion, blue eyes, dark hair, Farmer
He has been unfit to perform the duties of a Soldier, because of advanced age and diseased hip in consequence of a Gun Shot Wound of the thigh which very painfully affects his hip. In my opinion he would be a burden to the service, therefore I recommend a discharge from service.
USA)There is no records after discharge date, except for an Oath of Allegiance card, taken on 2-18-64. Residence: Gordon Co. Ga. light complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, 5’8 “
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Brown, William T
Born: 1840 in Ga.
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Roll Jan/Feb 62 present
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #2, 4-11-62 Rheumatism, trans’d to Lynchburg, Va. 6-17-62
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 5-25-62 Paralysis Vesicae, returned to duty 5-29-62
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #2, 6-6-62 Diarrhea, transferred to Danville 6-28-62
Admitted Gen Hosp Danville, Va. 6-29-62 Congestion of Brain, returned to duty 10-10-62, Received furloughed 30 days from 11-8-62 Signed by Surgeon W.L. Nichols Assistant Surgeon
Hosp Muster Roll Gen Hosp #17, Richmond, Va. to 9-1-62 present
Hosp Muster Roll Gen Hosp #17, Richmond, Va. to 10-31-62 present
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 5-4-63 Chronic Rheumatism, transferred to Danville 5-11-63, no further record
Age 24, Farmer
Disabled by a fall leaving him unfit for duty = sent home on furlough by hospital authorities, and furlough was extended
Left the Regt in the fall of 1863 at Guinea Station
At home at time of surrender in Pickens Co. Ga
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Bryant, Russell
Born: 12-26-1828 Madison Co.
enlisted 9-16-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #4, 6-27-62 Contusion of Shoulder, returned to duty 7-19-62
Wounded: in left shoulder at Battle of Sharpsburg, Md. 9-17-62
Wounded: in the head at Battle of Chancellorsville May 63
Wounded: At Morris Island SC. 8-30-?63 By piece of shell striking the left hip
Received slight wound of leg at Morris Island, on List of Evacuation on 9-6-63
Present during surrender between Raleigh and Greensboro
Roll Jan/Feb 64 absent on furlough
Roll Mar/Apr 64 Deserted from furlough Pickens County, Ga.
Took Oath of Allegiance 4-19-64 at Chattanooga, Tenn. Res: Pickens County, Ga. dark complexion, light hair, grey eyes, 5’7”
Pension filed in Floyd Co. Ga.
This man testified at Emory F. Best's Court Martial
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Carroll, Charles
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63, sent to old Capitol prison Washington D.C. then to fort Delaware 5-7-63
Name also appears on list of POW’s Captured at Battle of Williamsburg, Va. May 62
Captured at Weldon rail Road 8-19-64 arrived at City Point, Va. 8-24-64, Held at Point Lookout Md., Released 10-14-64 upon joining the U.S. Army
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Carver, L.O.
enlisted 9-16-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
transferred to 18th Ga. Inf11-18-61
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Chadwick, Michael R. Sgt
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Promoted to Corporal 3-15-64
Present on all available Rolls up to Apr 64
Surrendered at Goldsboro, N.C. 4-26-65
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Clark, William Joseph
enlisted 8-31-61 at Marietta, Ga. mustered at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Gen Hosp #21, Richmond, Va. 5-13-62 Diarrhea, remarks: In town
Admitted Gen Hosp #21, Richmond, Va. 5-26-62 Debility or Variola Confluent
Appears on List of Sick and Wounded in Gen Hosp #21 9-22-62, still there in Oct 62
Still there on list dated 11-1-62
Died 12-17-62 of Variola Confluent Clothing Burned, $37.00 received just after his death from T.P. Forrester, his Company pay turned over to Capt Morfit 1-2-63 (Small Pox)
Father: George R Clark claimed bounty due his son, Pickens County
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Corbin, Benjamin F
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #1, 5-11-62 Diarrhea returned to duty 5-19-62
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63, Paroled at H.Q. of Army of the
Potomac, sent to Washington D.C. 5-4-63 then to City Point, Va. for exchange 5-10-63
Roll Mar/Apr shows On arrest
Admitted CSA Hosp Petersburg, Va. 10-11-64 remarks 11-21-64 Capt Davidson
Survived the war, witnessed for Martin Eberhardt for pension in 1891
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Corbin, J.N.
enlisted 1-1-64 Charleston, S.C.
Roll Mar/Apr 64 On arrest
Note: see W.E. Parr
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Corbin, Joseph
Born: 1839 Ga.
enlisted 3-4-62 Yorktown, Va.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 5-25-62 Typhoid Fever, transferred to Lynchburg, Va. 5-27-62
Admitted Gen Hosp Farmville 7-7-62 Catarrh, returned to duty 7-29-62
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Roll Jul/Aug 63 absent sick since 5-23-63
Roll Sep/Oct 63 absent sick at home in Ga.
Roll Nov/Dec 63 absent sick at home in Ga.
Roll Jan/Feb 64 AWOL
Roll Mar/Apr 64 Deserted from Hospital in Richmond/Petersburg
Sent home from hospital near Richmond, Va. On sick furlough with relapse of measles
Wife: Elander, filed for pension in Cherokee Co. Ga.
Died: April 1864
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Corgan, J.N.
2 POW cards
Captured Weldon Rail Road 8-19-64, arrived at City Point, Va. 8-24-64
Released 10-14-64
Joined U.S. Service 10-14-64
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Covington, S.S.
enlisted 2-11-64 Marietta, Ga.
Surrendered at Goldsboro, N.C. 4-26-65
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Cox, George W
enlisted 6-20-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Transferred from 18th Ga. Inf. 11-18-61
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 12-10-61 Rubeola, returned to duty 12-15-61
POW appears on Roll dated 8-8-62, sent to City Point, Va. for exchange from Fort Monroe
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Cox, James M
Born: 3-26-1838 Habersham Co. Ga.
Pension says, he enlisted in the 18th Ga. Inf Co. G for 10 months first, then joined the 23rd Ga. in Nov 62
enlisted 9-20-62 at Calhoun, Ga.
Admitted USA Lincoln Gen Hosp Washington, D.C., sent to Old Capitol Prison 5-22-63, ward 20
Roll Jul/Aug 63 sick in Camp
Roll Mar/Apr 64 present, last on file
Admitted CSA Gen Hosp Petersburg, Va. 5-13-64 Acute Dysentery, transferred to Hosp in Columbia, S.C. 6-1-64
Captured at Smithfield, (Bentonville) NC 3-19-65, Released at Point Lookout Md. on Oath of Allegiance 6-25-65
Arrived in Newburn, N.C. 3-30-65 as POW
Res: Pickens County Ga., fair complexion, brown hair, blue eyes, 5’9 ”
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Cox, Jesse C
enlisted Jan 1862, mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Roll Sep/Oct 63 sick in camp
Roll Mar/Apr 63 Deserted from Baldwin, Fl.
see W.E. Parr
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Cox, Stephen A Brvt. 2nd Lt.
Born: 9-4-1834 SC
Roll Dec 61 shows sick in Hosp
Roll Jan 62 present
Discharged/Resigned because of Physical Disability 2-8-62, Resignation Accepted
Disability shows as Indigestion
Discharge recommended by Surg. S.W. Thompson, didn’t respond to treatments
Present with 1st Ga. Co. D when surrendered at Kingston, Ga.
Applied for Pension 12-23-1915 in Pickens Co. Ga.
Wife: Emaline, married 1-3-1869 Pickens Co. Ga.
Died June 1923 Tate Co. Ga.
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Craig, Jackson J
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #2, 4-7-62 Typhoid Fever, returned to duty 5-3-62, single
On sick furlough from 8-31-62 to 10-2-62, 42 days
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Admitted Episcopal Church Hosp Williamsburg, Va. 5-25-63 Chronic Diarrhea, transferred to Confederate States Hosp Petersburg, Va., returned to duty 8-24-63
Roll Jul/Aug 63 Sick in Camp
Roll Sep/Oct 63 Sick in Camp
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Crow, E.S.
3 cards
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #1, Richmond, Va. 10-14-62 Debility, returned to duty
10-15-62, no further record
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Crow, Henry K Sgt
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Roll Nov/Dec 61 present
Promoted to Sgt 2-28-62
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 12-10-61 Icterus, returned to duty 12-16-61
Roll Jan/Feb 62 present
Received 20 day furlough from 7-20-62 to 8-9-62
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Roll Jul 63 thru Feb 64 present
Roll Mar/Apr 64 Deserted from Baldwin, Fl.
see W.E. Parr
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Crow, Joseph Cpl
enlisted 3-4-62 Yorktown, Va.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #4, 5-10-62 Pneumonia
Admitted Gen Hosp Farmville, Va. 10-3-62 Lumbago, returned to duty 11-20-62 ward 9
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Roll Mar/Apr 64 On arrest, reduced in rank to private from Corporal 3-14-64
Deserted at Bermuda Hundred to the Enemy 10-29-64, Confined 11-4-64 by Provost Marshall at City Point, Va. to go to Pittsburg, Pa. 11-5-64, also shows he went 11-13-64
see W.E. Parr
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Crow, Stephen (Possibly same man as E.S. Crow?)
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #1, Richmond, Va. 9-5-62 Intermittent Fever, transported to Farmville Gen Hosp, Va. from Chimborazo Hosp 10-9-62
Report of sick and Wounded for Dec 62
Died 12-14-62 Typhoid Fever
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Dorsey, B.F.
Born: 1845 Lumpkin Co. Ga.
enlisted 1-22-64 Charleston, S.C.
Slightly wounded at Olustee, Fl. 2-20-64
Admitted Gen Hosp Guyton, Ga. 2-29-64 for wounds at Olustee, Fl.
Roll Mar/Apr 64 present
Captured and paroled 5-24-65 at Greenville, SC., present at surrender
Wife: Martha Angeline Seay, married 12-24-1910 Jasper Ga.
Died: 12-21-1929 Pickens Co. Ga.
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Eberhart, Martin Sgt
Born: 3-29-1819 Ga.
enlisted 9-9-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Roll Jan 62 absent since 1-7-62 as an escort of Z.T. Wood Deceased
Promoted 3rd Sgt 2-28-62 to fill vacancy of William Pool’s resignation
Captured at Williamsburg Va. 5-6-62 Confined at Old Capitol Prison Washington D.C. 7-26-62
Admitted Gen Hosp Williamsburg, Va. 5-10-62 sick in Hosp
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 8-7-62 Diarrhea
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #3, 10-23-62 Typhoid Fever, returned to duty 10-31-62
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Admitted Gen Hosp #4, Wilmington, N.C. 7-12-63 Debility, P.O. Shols Top, Ga.
Residence: Cherokee County Ga.
Hosp Roll dated 7-29-63 for Gen Hosp #4, Wilmington, N.C. sick 4 weeks
Roll Jul/Aug 63 On sick furlough at home in Ga.
Roll Sep/Oct 63 present
Wounded slightly at battle of Olustee, Fl. 2-20-64
Wounded: at Battle of Olustee, Fl. 2-20-64 Gunshot left outer ankle, ball glanced back and lodged in the heal
Roll Mar/Apr 64 still absent from wounds from Olustee, Fl.
Filed for pension in Walker Co. Ga.
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Eberhart, Thomas Newton
enlisted 9-6-61 Danville, Madison Co. enlisted 9-20-62 Calhoun, Ga.
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Admitted Gen Hosp #4, Wilmington, N.C. 7-12-63 Fibris Typhoid, 7-30-63
Roll Mar/Apr 64 present, last on file
Surrendered at Goldsboro, N.C. 4-26-65
Paroled at Gen Hosp at Thomasville, N.C.
Was not present at surrender, wounded in hospital at Thomasville 5-1-65, needed crutches, on his way home at time of surrender at Homer, Ga.
Died: 12-24-1899 Jackson Co. Ga.
Wife: Mary C. Adington, married 10-15-1868 Jackson Co. Ga.
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Evett/Evit, Nathaniel (Nathan)
enlisted 9-10-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo #3, 4-9-62, returned to duty 4-22-62 Reason not stated
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #1, 5-10-62 Catarrh, returned to duty 5-11-62
Captured at Battle of Antietam 9-17-62 or Possibly South Mountain 9-14-62, Held at Fort McHenry, Md. and sent to Fort Monroe for exchange on 10-17-62
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #4, 10-23-62 Wounds of thigh and forearm
Furloughed 40 days from 12-2-62
Roll Jul/Aug 63 absent, furlough legally extended
Roll Nov/Dec 63 present, sick in camp
Admitted Gen Hosp Petersburg, Va. 5-13-64 Dysenteria, transferred to P.L. Hosp 5-21-64
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Ferguson, Paschal F. 28 yrs 1st Lt/Captain
enlisted as 1st Lt. on 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Gen Hosp Lynchburg, Va. week ending 8-29-62, notes: is in this Hosp and under
Medical treatment in private quarters
Gen Hosp #1, week ending 9-26-62 states Has reported for duty to his Regt.
Captured at Chancellorsville, Va. 5-2-63 Held at Old Capitol Prison 5-4-63 also states Captured at Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63, remarks: the above named officer was left behind
Capt Ferguson writes a letter addressed to Gen Taliaferro Requested 35 day Leave of Absence from James Island, S.C. on 11-28-63 to tend to business that requires his personal attention, since the war broke out he had lost a father by disease and four brothers, casualties of war, except for one brother still with family of small children, mother constantly requested him to come home to tend to his fathers estate and further states, he never has received a furlough of indulgence.
Residence: Pickens County, Ga., says he has recently completed an 8 day tour of Fort Sumter
Roll Nov/Dec 63 absent since 12-3-63 on furlough
Roll Jan/Feb 64 present
Roll Mar/Apr 64 absent on detached since 3-14-64
Admitted Gen Hosp Petersburg, Ga. 8-20-64 Gun Shot Right Arm flesh and left side of chest penetrating, furloughed 30 days from 3-2-65 Inspection Report dated 12-31-64 near Wilmington, N.C. Camp Whiting says in Hosp at Petersburg
USA) Admitted D.F.H.C.A.C. Hosp 4-17-65 Army of the Potomac at City Point, Va. sent to Gen Hosp 4-21-65
Admitted USA Hosp Steamer Connecticut4-21-65 from D.F.H. Ca. C transferred from City Point to Baltimore
Admitted Gen Hosp West Buildings Baltimore, Md. from City Point 4-22-65, Gun Shot Wound Lower third Right upper arm minie ball, wounded at Weldon Rail Road, near Petersburg, Va. 8-19-64, transferred to Gen Hosp 5-9-65
Fort McHenry POW Roll states, transferred to from West Building Hosp, Baltimore, Md.:
Admitted USA Post Hosp Fort McHenry, Md. near Baltimore, from Provost Marshall 5-9-65, Gun Shot Back with Bruise of Spine
Admitted Gen Hosp Lynchburg, Va. to this post by order of Maj. Gen. Lew Wallace Command Middle Dept. 5-9-65
Captured Burkesville 4-9-65, released 6-27-65 by special order # 131
Admitted Jackson Hosp 7-5-65 Took Oath of Allegiance 8-2-65
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Ferguson, William
enlisted 6-11-61 at camp McDonald, Ga.
Transferred from 18th Ga. Inf. 11-18-61
Died 9-26-62 near Boonsboro, Md. from wounds received at the Battle of South Mountain, Md. 9-14-62
Mother: Malissa Forrester, Pickens County
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Forester, Thomas P Sgt/1st Lt.
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Promoted 2nd Lt. 12-16-61 to fill vacancy when L.A. Simmons Resigned
Roll Jul/Aug 63 sick in camp
Roll Nov/Dec 63 on Gen Court Martial
Roll Jan/Feb 64 present
Captured at Chancellorsville, Va. 5-2-63
Gen Hosp #4, Richmond. Va. in for Chronic Diarrhea for 6 weeks before being furloughed from 7-1-64 30 days to his home Res: Atlanta, Ga.
Asked for leave of absence to visit his home in Pickens County, Ga. on Surgeon.s Certificate of Disability 9-22-63, 20 days because of Intermittent Fever
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Fouts, J.D.
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Roll Nov/Dec 61 present
Admitted Gen Hosp #10, 12-10-62
Roll Jan/Feb 62 present
Gen Hosp Muster Roll Dec 62 present
Hosp Muster Roll Mar/Apr 63 present, attached to Hosp 4-19-63
Admitted Gen Hosp Camp Winder 4-4-63 Debilitas, transferred to Huguenot Springs 4-22-63
Roll Jul/Aug 63 thru Dec 63 absent, sick at his home in Gilmer County, Ga.
Roll Jan/Feb 64 Deserted, suppose to be in Gilmer County, Ga.
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Gilbert, Joshua
enlisted 9-25-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Roll Nov/Dec 61 present
Roll Jan/Feb 62 present
Died 3-20-62 at Yorktown, Va.
Father: Daniel Gilbert, of Gilmer County, also Father of Wilson Gilbert, killed at Chickahominy 6-1-62
Born in Union County Ga., 18 yrs, 5’11”, dark complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, Farmer
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Gilbert, Wilson
enlisted 9-25-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga., brother to Joshua
Roll Nov/Dec 61 present
Roll Jan/Feb 62 present
Killed at the Battle of Chickahominy 6-1-62
Father: Daniel Gilbert
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Godfrey, F.M.
enlisted 3-10-63 Jasper, Ga.
Roll Jul/Aug 63 absent sick in Hosp in Wilmington, N.C. since 8-8-63
Roll Sep/Oct 63 present
Captured at Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Admitted Gen Hosp #4, Wilmington, N.C. 8-8-63 Constersa?, returned to duty 10-12-63
P.O. Jasper Ga.
Roll Nov/Dec 63 present sick in camps
Roll Jan/Feb 64 absent sick at Charleston, S.C.
Roll Mar/Apr 64 Discharged and final statements given
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Goode, Siloam or Silvam
enlisted 8-31-61 Pickens County
Rolls Nov 61 thru Feb 62
Roll Jul/Aug 63 absent = wounded, in Ga. furlough extended
Rolls Sep 63 thru Feb 64 present
Roll Mar/Apr 64 absent = sick in Hospital in Charleston, S.C., on Hosp Muster roll to 5-1-62 present
Admitted Gen Hosp Farmville 7-6-62 Ictheria, returned to duty 7-15-62
Admitted Chimborazo #1, 5-11-62 Convalescent, returned to duty 5-29-62
Admitted Chimborazo #5, 6-29-62 Erysipelas, transferred to Farmville 7-5-62
Admitted Gen Hosp #9, 10-1-62 sent to Palmyra 10-1-62
Admitted Chimborazo #5, 12-10-61 Rubeola, returned to duty 12-20-61
Furloughed 60 days 3-20-62 to 5-20-62
Note: Received 11-6-62 of H.M. Pinkard, Surgeon in charge Palmyra Hospital, 1 shirt, 1 pair pants, 1 coat, $11.12. H.M. Pinkard Co. F 20th Ga. Regt.
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Goss, James T.
cards filed with Co. E 23rd N.C. Inf.
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Gravit/Gravett, Jasper
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Rolls Nov 61 thru Feb 62 present
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #1, 5-10-62 Catarrh, returned to duty 5-11-62
Admitted Gen Hosp #9, 10-18-62 Rheumatism
Died 11-24-62, no further record
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Griffin, Robert M
enlisted 9-25-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 6-29-62 Const. Fever =
Died 7-27-62, death also shows at Danville
Father: Henry Griffin
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Hambrick, John Cpl/Sgt
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Reduced to 3rd Sgt 3-15-64
Roll Mar/Apr 64 present
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Admitted Gen Hosp Petersburg, Va. 8-20-64 Gun Shot Right Knee, furloughed 60 days 9-14-64, 40 more days furlough from 11-6-64
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 12-10-61 Icterus, returned to duty 12-20-61
no further record
This man is named for Gallentry by Colonel James H Huggins for Gallentry, but not the want of proper records, the peculiar act of bravery by which he is distinguished, cannot be given
This man also testified at Emory F. Best's Court Martial
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Hamby, John E
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Hosp Muster Roll Yorkhouse Hosp Winchester , Va. 9-4-62 to 10-31-62, present as nurse
Admitted Gen Hosp #9, 1-29-63, transferred to Chimborazo #2
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #2, 1-29-63
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Detailed on James Island, S.C. as sub overseer at St. Andrews Parish Sep 63 thru
Dec 63, paid $1.50 per day
Roll Sep/Oct 63 present, on extra duty as overseer of negros
Roll Nov/Dec 63 absent on 20 day furlough since 12-19-63
Roll Jan/Feb 64 Deserted to Enemy
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Hammontree, Samuel Tate
Born: 3-26-1842 Gilmer Co. Ga.
enlisted 8-61 in Jasper Co. Ga., mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Gen Hosp #18 Richmond, Va.6-8-62 Typhoid fever, transferred to Petersburg, Va. 6-25-62
Admitted Episcopal Church Hosp Williamsburg, Va. 6-25-62 Rheumatism returned to duty 7-14-62
At the Battle of Yorktown, was completely overdone and broke down, after which taken fever and had never been well since
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Roll Jul/Aug 63present
Roll Mar/Apr 63 present
Present at surrender at Greensboro, NC 4-26-65
Filed for pension in Pickens Co. Ga.
Died: 3-26-1934 Pickens Co. Ga.
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Hammontree, Stephen L
enlisted 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Detailed as teamster 12-20-61 thru Feb 62 with Gen. Magruder
Killed 9-17-62 at Battle of Sharpsburg, Md.
See personal papers of J M Dillingham Co. D 23rd Ga.
Father: Jesse Hammontree, filed for bounty
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Hanie, John R Cpl
Roll Feb 62 present with the 23rd Ga. Inf., last on file
Elected to 3rd Lt. Co, C 43rd Ga. Inf., and was Discharged on Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability 7-16-62, records also show he resigned as Jr. 2nd Lt. of Co. C 43rd Ga. Inf. 11-19-62 on Surg. Cert of Disability for Double Inguinal Hernia’s, from Lenoir’s Station, Tenn. 17 yrs, 5’7”, dark complexion, black hair, black eyes, Farmer, Born in Cherokee County
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Hanie, William H
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Roll Nov/Dec 61 present
Roll Jan/Feb 62 present
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #2, 5-11-62 Fever, returned to duty 5-18-62
Distinguished himself in the Battle of Seven Pines 5-31-62
Died 6-27-62 in Battle
Born in Gwinnett County Ga.
Father: B.F. Hanie of Jasper, Pickens County, Co. Ga., 19 yrs, black eyes, black hair, dark complexion, 5’10”, Farmer
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Hazelwood, Benjamin Moharing
Born: 1834 Union Dist. SC.
enlisted in Pickens Co. 1861, enlisted 9-19-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Roll Nov/Dec 61 present
Roll Jan/Feb 62 present
Marasmus and rapidly increasing emaciation from some obscure disease of the intestines and causing paralysis of the lower extremities: literally is now and in probability will in the future be physically worthless
Discharged 5-15-62 on Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability
Discharged 5-22-62 at Richmond, Va. Unable for service back & spine
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Hazelwood, Isaac Cpl
enlisted 11-8-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Roll Jan/Feb 62 present
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #2, 4-7-62 Debility, transferred to 3rd Ga. Hosp 4-16-62
Admitted Seminary Hosp 3-21-62 Febris Intermittens, sent to Gen Hosp 4-12-62
Captures at Sharpsburg, Md. 9-17-62, Held at Fort Delaware, sent to Aiken’s Landing 10-2-62 for exchange, declared exchanged 11-10-62
Discharged 11-12-62 Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability = Physical Disability
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Holcomb, James Joel
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #4, 5-21-62 Acute Diarrhea 5-29-62
Admitted CSA Gen Hosp 7-2-62 Gun Shot Wound to 7-16-62
Admitted Gen Hosp Camp Winder 10-18-62 Rheumatism, till 12-24-62
Admitted Winder Div #2, Hosp 10-19-62
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 12-10-61 Parotitis, till 12-20-61
Admitted 2nd Div Gen Hosp Camp Winder 12-25-62 returned to duty
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Holcomb, William W
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Died about 11-4-62 in Gen hosp in Staunton, Va. of Pneumonia
date of death not given, coffin and hearse founded 11-4-62
Father: Theophalus Holcomb
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Hood, John
Name appears on list of Officers and Soldiers Killed & Wounded in Battle
Died 2-24-63, No further record
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Hood, Patterson
enlisted 9-7-62 Calhoun, Ga.
Captured at Chancellorsville, Va. 5-2-63
Roll Sep thru Nov 63 sick in Hosp in Charleston, S.C., furloughed 11-4-63 60 days
Roll Jan/Feb 64 Deserted to Enemy
Residence: Pickens County, Ga. light hair, light complexion, grey eyes, 5’11”,
Took Oath of Allegiance 2-14-64
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Hutson, James M
enlisted 9-25-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga. mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Roll Jan/Feb 62 Deserted
Took Oath of Allegiance 4-6-64
Residence: Gilmer County Ga. dark hair, dark complexion, grey eyes, 5’6”
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Jackson, Jordan
enlisted 12-8-61 Richmond, Va.
Surrendered at Goldsboro, N.C. 4-26-65
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Jackson, Joseph P
enlisted 9-9-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Died 9-27-62 from received at the Battle of Boonsboro, Md. 9-17-62
Father: Seaborn R Jackson, Sharp Top, Cherokee County Ga.
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Jackson, Levi Newton
Born: 1844 enlisted 9-9-61 at camp McDonald, Ga.
Captured at Chancellorsville, Va. 5-2-63, Released at Fort Delaware, Del. July 1863
Left command 8-16-1864, Severely wounded at Petersburg, carried immediately to hospital after wounding, sent to Jackson Hospital and where he staid for 3 months then was given a 60 day furlough
Wounded, thigh broken at Petersburg, Va., in 64, Sent to Jackson Hospital at Richmond, Va. Aug 64 , where he remained for three months At home on wounded furlough at close of war
Admitted Jackson Hosp 8-17-64 gun shot left leg minie ball, furloughed 11-17-64 60 days to Athens Ga.
Born in Ga. in 1844
Not present at surrender, was at home on wounded furlough
Died in 1916. Buried at Pleasant Grove Cemetery near Bowdon, Ga.)
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Jenkins, Thomas M
enlisted at Talking Rock Ga., mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Detailed on extra duty as teamster 8-31-63 at Dills Bluff, James Island, S.C.
Surrendered at Goldsboro, N.C., present at surrender
Wife: Martha, married 10-17-1867 Oconee Co. SC, filed in Gordan Co. Ga.
Died: 1-4-1875 Atlanta Ga.
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Johnson, John M.
Conscripted by J.V.S. Stover at Pickens County, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #2, 1-29-63 Continuous Fever, till 2-10-63
Admitted Wayside Gen #9, transferred to Chimborazo Hosp #2
Died 2-10-63 at Chimborazo Hosp #2
Father; Thomas M Johnson, Wife: Mary E Johnson, Jasper Pickens County Ga.
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Johnson, Joel
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Discharged 1-28-62 at Yorktown, Va. Lung Disease caused by camp life bad weather, and large tumor under shoulder on arm.
Union District S.C., 58 yrs, 6’, fair complexion, blue eyes, gray hair, Blacksmith
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Kaylor, Alfred W
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #1, 5-10-62 Diarrhea till 5-18-62
enlisted 3-10-62 Co. C 43rd Ga. Inf. Vol. at Big Shanty, Ga. & transferred to the 23rd Ga. Inf. Co. E at Yorktown, Va. 6-13-62
Died 6-13-62 at Camp Winder
Father: Daniel Kaylor and Power of Attorney David C Kaylor
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Kaylor, David
Born: 3-1-1820 NC,Headstone says born Mar 9, 1807 and Died Dec 9, 1977
enlisted in Pickens or Jasper Co. Ga., mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #2, 5-10-62 Catarrhal Fever, returned to duty 5-18-62
Present at surrender
Wife: Mary P, filed for pension in Pickens Co. Ga.
At the age of 78, Mrs. Mary P Caylor applied for a Confederate pension as the widow of David Caylor who served in Company D of the 23rd Regiment, Georgia, Volunteer Infantry. Mary provided vital data: She was a resident of Pickens County, Georgia, and received mail through the Talking Rock Post Office. Mary stated that she was born 4 March 1825 in North Carolina, and that David Caylor was born 1 March 1820 in North Carolina. The couple was married in 1844 in Pickens County, Mary died about 1896.
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Kelly, A.M.D.
enlisted 6-11-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
transferred from 18th Ga. Inf. 11-18-61
Admitted Gen Hosp #18, 5-11-62 Diarrhea returned to duty 8-5-62, remarks: Danville
Admitted CSA Hosp Danville, Va. 8-6-62 Debility returned to duty 8-28-62
Admitted Wayside Hosp #9, 10-29-62, transferred to Gen Hosp #6
Furloughed 11-1-62, 30 days
Roll Jul/Aug 63 sick in camp
Wounded seriously at The Battle of Olustee, Fl. 2-20-64
Roll Mar/Apr 64 wounded
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Kelly, Robert B. Sgt
enlisted 8-24-61 Jasper Ga., mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Promoted to 2nd Lt. 2-27-62
Admitted (Gwathmey)Gen Hosp #21, Richmond, Va. 8-28-62 Diarrhea
Furloughed 20 days 9-5-62
Resigned from Brvt. 2nd Lt.
Served with the 23rd until July 1863, then was transferred
Captured 12-4-64 along with WR Allen, same regiment, at Waynesboro, Ga., was sent to Fort Delaware and was there until surrender, released 6-12-65
Filed for pension in Pickens Co. Ga.
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Lansdown, D.A.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #1, 5-11-62 Diarrhea, 5-30-62
Admitted Wayside Gen Hosp #9, 5-4-63 transferred to Chimborazo Hosp
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 5-4-63 Chronic Diarrhea, transferred to Danville
Admitted CSA Gen Hosp Rheumatism 5-6-63 Dysentery returned to duty 5-17-63
Deserted 5-17-63
Joined from desertion 12-2-63 In arrest, Court Marshaled 8-14-64, To wear Ball and Chain for 6 months and loss of wages same length
Killed in Action at the Battle of Bentonville, N.C. and is buried there in a mass grave
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Legan, John T
enlisted 11-28-61 Richmond, Va.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #1, 4-7-62 Convalescent, returned to duty 4-30-62
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #1, 5-10-62 Catarrh, returned to duty 5-11-62
Died 6-27-62 Killed before Richmond, Va.
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Lovelady, M Jackson
enlisted 9-16-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Transferred to 18th Ga. Regt Inf. Co. G. 11-18-61
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Loveless, A.W.
Roll Feb 62 Sick in Pickens County Ga. since 11-8-61
Admitted Seminary Hosp 3-21-62 Intermittens Febris 3-27-62
Admitted Seminary Hosp 4-1-62 Tonsillitis, returned to duty 4-5-62
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #2, 4-7-63 Rheumatism, returned to duty 5-3-63
Deserted 8-8-63
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Loveless, Evan
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Roll Jan/Feb 64 Furloughed
Admitted Gen Hosp Petersburg, Va. 5-13-64 Dysentery, transferred to Palmyra Hosp 5-20-64
Admitted Jackson Hosp 10-1-64 gunshot wound right thigh, minie ball, passport issued to Taylor County Ga.
Furloughed 30 days 10-28-64
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Loveless, Henry H
Born: 5-26-1836 Rabun Co. Ga.
enlisted 8-31-65 Camp McDonald
Admitted Wayside Hosp # 9, 5-5-63, reason not stated, sent to Chimborazo Hosp.
Admitted Wayside Hosp # 9, 5-31 or 6-1-64 Acute Diarrhea, sent to Jackson Hosp.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp # 5, 5-5-63 Chronic Rheumatism, sent to Danville Hosp 5-6-63
Admitted CSA Danville Hosp 5-6/6-5-63 Rheumatism
Captured at Anderson SC 5-5-65
Loveless says he was present at surrender at Greensboro, NC 4-26-65
Filed for pension Gordon Co. Ga.
Wife: Josephine, married 9-24-1857 Pickens Co. Ga.
Died: 4-4-1902 Gordon Co. Ga.
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Loveless, James Captain
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Elected Captain 12-23-61
Discharged 4-23-63 for Chronic Articular Rheumatism 53 yrs, tendered Resignation 4-2-63
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Loveless, Samuel L
enlisted 1-20-63 Atlanta, Ga.
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Roll Mar/Apr 64 present
Died 5-16-64, no further record
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Mann, James M
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Discharged 12-2-61at Richmond, Va. for spasms or fits while on duty in 61
18 yrs in Dec 61, 5’7”, fair complexion, black eyes, dark hair
Re-enlisted 2-14-63 Jasper County, Ga. with Co. E
Rolls Jul 63 thru Dec 63 absent sick, came back in Dec 63
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63, sent and held at Old Capitol Prison Washington 5-7-63, sent to City Point, Va. for exchange 5-10-63
Died 6-8-64 of wounds at Richmond, Va.
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McBee, John
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Gen Hosp #18, Richmond, Va. 5-2-62 Typhoid Fever, transferred to Lynchburg, Va. 6-10-62
Killed or Died 9-14-62 of wounds from Battle at Boonsboro, Md.
Mother: Louisa Clark
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Mullins, Seaborn J
enlisted 10-20-63 Marietta, Ga.
Roll Nov/Dec 63 sick in camp
Roll Jan/Feb 64 AWOL =
Deserted on sick furlough in Murray County Ga.
USA) List of Deserters Received on 5-29-64 in Telton County, Ga.
Took Oath of Allegiance 5-25-64 at Louisville, Ky. and Discharged by order of Gen Burnbridge, ordered to remain north of the Ohio River for war dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, 6’1”
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Mullins, A. Webb
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #1, 5-10-62 Catarrh, returned to duty 5-11-62
Furloughed 40 days 6-16-62 to 7-26-62
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Mullins, G. R. Cpl
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Records show his Rank commenced on 8-31-61 and ended on 10-31-61,
no further record found
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Mullins, James P
Admitted Seminary Hosp Williamsburg, Va.4-1-62 Debilitas, sent to Gen Hosp 4-5-62
Deserted since Aug 63 in Pickens County, Ga.
Admitted Gen Hosp Danville, Va. 5-5-62 for Purpura Hemorrhage, returned to duty 6-5-62
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Murphy, James M.
enlisted 9-5-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #2, 4-7-62 Debility, returned to duty 4-29-62
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #2, 5-8-62 Bronchitis, burried in Geneva cemetery
He enlisted at Camp McDonald in Pickens County, Georgia on 5 Sep 1861. He was issued military clothing on 9 Sep 1861 and received his first pay on 31 Oct of that year. Muster Rolls for Nov-Dec 61 and Jan-Feb 62 show him present. On 7 Apr 1862 he was admitted to Chimborazo Hospital Nr. 2 at Richmond, Virginia for Debility. He was released on 29 Apr 62. On 8 May 1862 he was again admitted to Chimborazo Hospital, this time for Bronchitis. This was the last entry in his service record. However, he survived the war and later moved to Geneva. James died on 28 Aug 1893 and is buried in gravesite 54-a in the Geneva Cemetery
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Neal, William M
enlisted in Jasper, Ga.
Appointed Company Musician 1-1-62
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #4, 7-21-62 acute diarrhea, sent to Danville, Va. 7-1-62
Admitted CSA Gen Hosp Farmville, Va. 9-1-62, returned to duty 9-1-62
Roll Jul/Aug 63 present, returned from AWOL 8-14-63
Roll Mar/Apr 64 Deserted from Baldwin, Fl.
Not present at surrender
Resided in Floyd Co. in 1900
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Padgett, Leroy K.
Born: 1831 Hall Co. Ga.
Conscripted 10-16-62 Decatur Ga.
Roll Jul/Aug 63 absent sent to Hosp in Charleston, S.C., sick 8-25-63
Roll Jan/Feb 64 sick in camp
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63, sent to Fort Delaware from Old
Capitol Prison Washington 5-7-63, sent to City Point, Va. for exchange 5-10-63
Admitted Jackson Hosp Richmond, Va. 8-6-64 Diarrhea & Febris, furloughed 30 days 8-11-64
Resided in Pickens County, Ga., dark hair, dark complexion, grey eyes, 5’9” = Deserted and was received 4-2-65 and after taking Oath of Allegiance was ordered to stay north of the Ohio River until close of war
Died: 1886 Pickens Co. Ga.
Present at surrender at Greensboro, NC 4-26-65
Wife: Sarah C, married 1854, filed in Pickens Co. Ga.
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Parker, Martin A
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #1, 5-10-62 Catarrh, transferred to Lynchburg, Va. 7-10-62
Died 6-27-62 in Battle before Richmond
Res: Pickens County Ga., single
Father: Eli Parker
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Pettit, Henry J
enlisted 9-9-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Furloughed 20 days since 12-19-63
See Personal Papers of J.T. Langford
Died 12-24-63
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Pool, William 1st Sgt/ Lt
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Promoted Lt. 4-25-62
Furloughed 2-6-63 to 3-8-63
Promoted 2nd Lt. 3-28-63
Captured at Chancellorsville, Va. 5-2-63
Resigned 4-14-64, because he was elected tax collector of Pickens County Ga.
24 yrs, black eyes, dark hair, dark complexion, 5’10”, Born in Cherokee County Ga.
See Personal Papers of Zachariah J. Williams
Note: 2nd Lt. of 36th Ga. Inf.
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Presley, F. Colored (only colored man in the 23rd Ga.)
1 Card
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #1, 4-21-62 Erysipelas, returned to duty 5-20-62
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Presley, Jordan Musician
enlisted 10-21-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Roll Nov/Dec 61 absent, Detailed as escort to convey the remains of Samuel
Loveless to his home in Ga., but returned before Pay Day
Admitted Seminary Hosp Williamsburg, Va. 3-21-62 Debilitas, returned to duty 3-27-62
Admitted Gen Hosp #21 Richmond, Va. 6-7-62 Fibris Remittens, transferred to Danville, Va. 6-28-62
Admitted CSA Gen Hosp Danville, Va. 6-29-62 Dyspepsia, furloughed 60 days 10-11-62
Roll Sep/Oct 63 Member of the 23rd Ga. Band
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Price, Erwin P Sgt
Transferred from 18th Ga. Inf12-6-61
Absent on Sick Furlough in Pickens County Ga. since 12-15-61
Promoted to 1st Sgt 2-28-62, to fill vacancy of R.V. Kelly
Admitted Gen Hosp #21, Richmond, Va. 6-7-62 Neuralgia. returned to duty 7-15-62
Admitted Gen Hosp #21, 8-14-62 Debility, returned to duty 8-30-62
Captured 9-14-62 at South Mountain, Md., Paroled at fort McHenry, Md. 12-14-62
Admitted USA Gen Hosp #5, Frederick, Md. 11-28-62 wounded in left arm & right hip, sent to Gen Hosp 12-13-62
Admitted CSA Gen Hosp Petersburg, Va. 12-18-62 gun shot right elbow & right thigh, furloughed 40 days 12-26-62, notes: Paroled Prisoner
Roll Jul/Aug 63 Discharged 7-11-63 by order of Secretary of War in Consequence of Promotion for Meritorious Conduct in Battle of South Mountain, Md.
Survived war, witnessed for B M Hazelwood, resided in Floyd Co. Ga. in 1895
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Quinton, Burton
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #1, 5-10-62 Diarrhea, returned to duty 5-11-62
Rolls 8-31-61 thru Feb 62 present
Died 9-17-62 at Battle of Sharpsburg, Md.
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Ray, Sanford V.
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga. or enlisted 99-16-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Discharged & Paid off 12-2-61 at Richmond, Va., Examined by Surg. Thompson, he reports that Soldier can’t perform duties of a Soldier because of severe attack of Measles and Permanent Disability
Born in Greenville District S.C., 40 yrs, 5’10”, fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair, Farmer
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Reed, Robert R Cpl
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 12-10-61 Icterus, returned to duty 12-16-61
Roll 8-31-61 to Feb 62 present, Elected 2nd Cpl 2-10-62
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #2, 5-11-62, Catarrh, returned to duty 5-29-62
Admitted Gen Hosp Farmville, Va. 7-6-62 Dropsey, returned to duty from Orange County Court House 7-25-62
Admitted Gen Hosp #21 Richmond, Va. 8-23-62 Dropsey, transferred to Gen Hosp #16, 9-16-62
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63, sent to Fort Delaware from Old
Capitol Prison Washington 5-7-63, sent to City Point, Va. for exchange 5-10-63
Roll Jul 63 thru Dec 63 present, July 63 sick in camp
Roll Jan/Feb 64 absent, Wounded slightly at Battle of Olustee, Fl. 2-20-64
Hosp Muster Roll Gen Hosp Guyton, Ga. dated 2-29-64, and admitted there 2-24-64 as Patient
Roll Mar/Apr 64 present
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 5-16-64 Debility, transferred to Lynchburg, Va. 5-19-64
Admitted CSA Hosp Petersburg, Va. 6-12-64, remarks: 6-14-64 Raleigh, N.C.
Admitted Wayside Gen Hosp #9, Richmond 12-21-64 Boils, sent to Jackson Hosp Richmond, Va. 12-22-64, transferred again to 2-2-65 to Petersburg, Va.
Admitted Gen Hosp Petersburg, Va. 2-3-65 Syphilis, returned to duty 3-1-65
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Rhodes, Thomas J
enlisted 8-19-62 Calhoun, Ga.
Admitted Wayside Gen Hosp #9, Richmond, Va. 10-15-62, transferred to Winder Div Hosp, transferred from Winder Div Hosp #2, to Smallpox Hosp in Richmond, Va. 10-18-62
Died 10-24-62 , Wife: Mary Rhodes from Dawsonville, Dawson County Ga. also had 3 children, Deposition given by Josephus Rhodes
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Roach, T.J.
1 Medical Card
Admitted Gen Hosp Camp Winder 10-15-62 Variola, transferred to Smallpox Hosp
10-18-62 Richmond, Va. remarks: Patient came from Staunton, Va.
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Sanford, Henry
Reference envelope only, see also 29th Ga. Inf.
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Seay, William
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Roll 8-31-61 to 12-61 absent, left sick in Hosp in Richmond, Va. since 12-1-61
Receipted for by Capt. of Company
Roll Jan/Feb 62 present (Roll Jan 62 sick in Hosp since 11-10-61, but taken Williamsburg, Va. 5-6-62 on board the Steamer Coatzacoalcos)
USA) Admitted USA Gen Hosp Cliffburne Washington D.C. 5-16-62, sent to Capitol Prison, Exchanged at Aikens Landing, Va. 8-5-62 Delivered 7-5-62
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Shuttles, Wiley S
enlisted 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Roll 8-31-61 thru 12-31-61 present
Rolls Jan/Feb 62 present = detailed as teamster
Rolls Jul/Aug 63 present wagon master
Rolls Sep/Oct 63 absent = In hospital sick at Charleston SC., detailed as Wagon Master since 12-61
Rolls Nov 63 thru Feb 64 AWOL
Rolls Mar/Apr 64 present, on detached service on James Island SC. QM Dept. Wagon Master 10-30-63
Took Oath at Chattanooga, TN 3-24-64
Residence: Union Co. Ga.
Description: dark complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, 5'10"
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Simmons, H.R.
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Roll 8-31-61 to 12-61 present
Roll Jan/Feb 62 absent, as escort to Georgia for William A. Simmons Deceased to Pickens County Ga. since 1-6-62, Reported sick at home
Due to return 2-1-62, not returned
Discharged 4-15-62
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Simmons, S.A. 2nd Lt.
Roll Dec 61 shows resigned
Resignation received on 12-10-61
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Simmons, Phillip R Sgt Maj.
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Appointed Sgt Major of Regiment 12-17-61
Roll 8-31-61 to Dec 61 present
Discharged 1-6-62
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Simmons, William Adolphus
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Roll 8-31-61 to Dec 61 present
Taken sick at Yorktown with brain fever and died in his tent 1-5-1862
Died 1-5-62 at Yorktown, Va.
Wife: Mary A Simmons, filed for pension in Gilmer Co. Ga.
See Papers files with case of Virgil M. Bailey Ca. C 43rd Ga. Inf.
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Sosebee, D.M.
Born: 10-6-1842 Gilmer Co. Ga.
enlisted Jasper County Ga., mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #4, 4-22-62 Typhoid Fever, transferred to Camp Winder 5-18-62
Admitted Jackson Hosp 9-22-64 Remittent Fever, returned to duty 12-15-64
Roll 8-31-61 thru Feb 62 present
Roll Jul 63 thru Apr 64 present
Received Clothing for 3rd Quarter of 1864
Came home on furlough 2-26-65, surrendered at Kingston, Ga. 5-12-1865
Filed pension in Bartow Co. Ga.
This man testified at Emory F. Best's Court Martial
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Sosebee, D N. Musician
Born: 8-30-1838 Habersham Co. Ga.
enlisted 8-61 in Pickens Co. Ga., mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Gen Hosp Camp Winder Acute Diarrhea 11-16-62, returned to duty 3-25-63
Roll 8-31-61 thru Feb 62 present
Rolls Jul 63 thru Apr 64 present
Received Clothing for 3rd Quarter of 1864
Discharged at surrender at Knox Bridge SC
Filed pension in Habersham Co. Ga.
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Sosebee, H.J.
Born: 4-11-1833 Gilmer Co. Ga.
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Roll 8-31-61 thru Feb 62 present
Rolls Jul 63 thru Aug 63 present
Received Clothing for 3rd Quarter of 1864
Discharged 10-7-63
Employed as Teamster 9-63 on James Island S.C.
Born in Habersham County Ga., 23 yrs, 5’8”, dark complexion, grey eyes, dark hair, Farmer
He is suffering intensive affects of which swelling and Chronic Diarrhea which render him unfit for field service, Atrophy and shortening of the left lower limb the result of some previous disease of the Hip Joints on the account of Chronic Diarrhea & Dysentery he has literally succumbed to marches, I recommend that he be transferred to
Provost or Hosp Duty to relieve some able bodied man.
Discharged in Charleston SC in 1864
Not present at surrender
Filed pension in Cherokee Co. Ga.
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Stancell, Adam J
enlisted 10-9-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Roll 8-31-61 thru Dec 61 present
Died 1-29-62 at Yorktown, Va., single
Father: Cader B Stancell of Cherokee County Ga.
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Swafford, William M
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Admitted Wayside Gen Hosp #9, 7-8-63 transferred to Chimborazo Hosp #5 7-9-63
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #2, 7-9-63 Oedemia, transferred to Camp Winder 8-17-63
Roll Jul 63 thru Oct 63 absent, in Hosp at Richmond, Va. since 7-8-63 sick
Admitted Gen Hosp Camp Winder Richmond 8-17-63 Gun Shot wound, returned to duty 11-17-63
Roll Nov/Dec 63 present, sick in camp
Roll Jan/Feb 64 absent, sick in Charleston, S.C.
Roll Mar/Apr 64 Deserted from furlough in Pickens County, Ga.
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Taberaux, J.P.
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Roll 8-31-61 to Feb 62 present
Employed on Extra Duty as Blacksmith at Kingston, N.C. June 1st thru June 30th 63
Rolls Jul 63 thru Dec 63 present
Sep to Dec 63 On Extra Duty as Blacksmith
Roll Jan/Feb 64 Deserted = Gone to the Enemy
Took Oath of Allegiance at Chattanooga, Tenn. 2-14-64, Residence: Pickens County, Ga., dark complexion, black hair, hazel eyes, 5’5”
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Tapp, E.S.
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Roll 8-31-61 thru Dec 61 = Transferred to 18th Ga. Inf.11-18-61
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Taylor, Abraham B
enlisted 9-20-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Roll Nov/Dec 61 present
Roll Jan/Feb 62 present
Died 6-25-62 in Gen Hosp #14 Richmond, Va. (2nd Ga. Hosp), single, never married, Res: Pickens County Ga.
Father: Thomas Taylor applied for Bounty
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Taylor, James A
enlisted 11-4-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Roll Nov 61 thru Feb 62 present
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #2, 4-11-62, transferred to Lynchburg, Va. 5-9-62
Hosp Muster Roll to 9-30-62 for Div 1 Gen Hosp Camp Winder Richmond, Va. of Sick and Wounded, present
Admitted Wayside Gen Hosp #9, Richmond, Va., transferred to Chimborazo 5-4-63
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 5-4-63 Chronic Diarrhea, transferred to Danville, Va. 5-6-63
Admitted Gen Hosp Danville 5-6-63 Diarrhea, returned to duty 5-23-63
Roll Jul/Aug 63 present
Roll Sep/Oct 63 absent, On sick furlough 30 days since 12-15-63
Roll Jan/Feb 64 Deserted = Gone to the Enemy
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Taylor, James M
Born: 6-20-1840 Cherokee Co. Ga.
enlisted 9-25-62 Calhoun, Ga.
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Roll Jul 63 thru Apr 64 present
Present at surrender at Greensboro, NC 4-26-65
Filed pension in Cherokee Co. Ga.
Wife: Matilda, married 1-24-61 Cherokee Co. Ga.
Died: 12-6-1897 near Sharptop, Cherokee Co. Ga.
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Taylor, Joseph H this mans rank is listed as Sgt at Col. Emory F. Best's trial
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #1, 5-10-62 Catarrh, returned to duty 5-11-62
Roll Nov 61 thru Feb 62 present
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Roll Jul 63 thru Jan 64 present
Roll Feb 64 thru Apr 64 absent, Wounded Seriously at the Battle of Olustee, Fl. 2-20-64
This man testified at Emory F. Best's Court Martial
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Terner, George Lt.
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Promoted Lt.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp 5-18-6? Rheumatism, transferred to Lynchburg, Va.
USA 1st Georgia Infantry, Co. D Note: George H. Turner; Captain. (Had been in Company E, 23rd Georgia Confederate Infantry.) this info came from the internet at http://www.izzy.net/~michaelg/n-ga1.htm
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Townsend, Edward Sgt
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Furloughed 20 days from 10-31-63
Res: Pickens County, Ga.
Surrendered 4-26-65 Goldsboro, N.C. and Paroled 5-1-65
Resided in Chattooga Co. Ga. in 1901
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Uldrex, William P.
enlisted 8-24-61 enlisted 9-25-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 12-10-61 Rheumatism returned to duty 12-16-61
About Feb or March 62, at Yorktown, took sick with Dropsy, and was not able to perform hard duty, but could perform light duty, so was ordered to do so
Wounded: Last of June 62, at the Seven Days Battle, struck in the hip by a piece of shell
Admitted Amelia Court House Hosp, released 5-12-62 Richmond
Admitted Wayside Gen Hosp #9, 5-4-63 Chronic Rheumatism, transferred to Lynchburg, Va. 5-11-63, Ulcer from Vaccine
On Detached service in Lynchburg Hosp #2, since 5-10-63
AWOL since 8-29-63
Aug 31, 63 sick in camp
Wounded: at the blow up of Petersburg, Va. 7-30-64, (Battle of the Crater), he was struck in the back of the head with a piece of debris from the blowup
Came home sick with Dropsy about March 1865, sent home on sick furlough for 60 days just before the surrender.
Witnesses saw Uldrex just before he died, and he was really bad off with dropsy which gradully got worse and resulted in his death
Died: 12-13-1869 Gilmer Co. Ga.
Wife: Anna, filed for pension in Pickens Co. Ga.
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Waters, A.J.
enlisted 9-9-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Employed as cook
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 12-10-61 Parotitis, returned to duty 12-31-61
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Waters, J.H.
enlisted 9-9-61
10-31-61
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Weatherford, R.Y.
Admitted CSA Gen Hosp Farmville, Va. 5-20-64 Bludgeoned at night returned to duty
5-24-64, furloughed
no further record
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West, A.M.
Sick on furlough since 2-10-62
Return to Regiment Feb 62
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West, M.H.
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Absent at home on sick furlough 2-19-62
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Wetherby, John W
enlisted 9-9-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #2, 4-7-62 weak eyes no disease returned to duty 4-29-62
Killed 9-17-62 at the Battle of Sharpsburg, Md.
Father: Abner Wetherby Canton Ga.
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Wheeler, J.A.
Admitted Jackson Hosp 10-1-64 Chronic Diarrhea, furloughed 30 days 10-13-64
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Wilbanks, Cuthbert B.
enlisted 3-4-62 at camp McDonald, Ga.
Wounded: 9-14-1862 at the Battle of Sharpsburg, Md., Gunshot wound of the left leg, ball entering below knee breaking both bones, his leg healed improperly, which resulted in his leg being crooked between knee and ankle and is about 1 inch shorter then the other
POW Antietam 9-28-62 wounded in camp CSA record
Roll Jul/Aug 63 wounded in camp
Roll Sep/Oct 63 sick at camp
Roll Nov/Dec 63 sick in camp
Roll Jan/Feb 64 wounded
Captured 3-6-63 sent to Fort McHenry Md. then to Fort Monroe, Va. for exchange, by order of Gen Schenck 3-13-63
Admitted Gen Hosp Petersburg, Va. 3-18-63 gun shot wound left leg, furloughed 60 days 4-6-63, Paroled Prisoner
Filed pension in Pickens Co. Ga.
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Wilbanks, W.H.
enlisted 11-5-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #1, 5-10-62 Rheumatism and Catarrh, discharged for Rheumatism for at least three months
Admitted Camp Winder Hosp Richmond, Va. 5-23-62 Icterus =
Discharged convalescent 6-3-62
Born in Spartinburg District S.C., 51 yrs, 5’8”, fair complexion, blue eyes, gray hair,
Farmer
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Williams, Zachariah J
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
transferred to the 36th Ga. Inf. Co. L as 2nd Lt.
He is listed on the roster as Z. J. Williams, when in fact his name was Z. (Zachary) I. (Isbell) Williams. He dictated a document about is life in 1908 and listed most of the battles listed here. He was one of the ones captured at Chancellorsville and exchanaged got back in the foray. According to his account, he had been promoted to Captain just prior to his surrender at Kingston, but was back with the 23rd then instead of the 36th. His brothre was a Captain for the 36th. After he came to Texas, he became active in the U.C.V. and became Commander of the 5th TX Division of the Mountain Remnant Brigade from 1926 to 1929 when he died. This info is courtesy of Zachary's GGGreat grandson Chris Clements
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Wood, Zachariah T
enlisted 9-9-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Died 1-5-62 at Yorktown, Va.
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Woodall, Russell Gardner.
Enlisted as a private in Co. F, 28th Regiment Ga. Inf. 8-22-61
Transferred to Co. E, 23d Regiment Ga. Inf.
Pension records show he surrendered at Greensboro, N. C. April 26,1865 .
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Worley, Allen Jasper
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Admitted Episcopal Church Hosp Williamsburg, Va. 5-23-63 Chronic Diarrhea,
Died 5-26-63 after being transferred to S.C. Hosp Petersburg, Va.
Wife: Mileson Worley, Child: Casantino Worley 10 yrs, Canton, Ga.
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Worley, Allen James Reference card filed with A J Worley
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Worley, Alfred W Cpl
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Residence: Pickens County, Ga.
Demoted to Private from Corporal 2-10-62 = see Papers filed with Armistead W Sisk Pvt. Co. G 23rd Inf.
Died 3-15-62
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Worley, Ambrose
enlisted 8-31-62 Cobb County, Ga.
Admitted CSA Hosp Farmville, Va. 7-25-62
Admitted Chimborazo #5, 6-29-62 Nephritis, transferred 7-5-62
Admitted Jackson Hosp 9-11-64 Chronic Diarrhea, furloughed 30 days 9-23-64 to Athens, Ga.
Roll Jan/Feb 62 absent on detached service as an escort to Ga. 2-6-62
Roll Sep/Oct 63 On detached service 10-22-63
Captured at Chancellorsville, Va. 5-2-63 / Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Admitted Gen Hosp #1, Richmond, Va. 7-6-62 Diarrhea returned to duty 7-26-62
Oct 31, 64 sick at Canton, Cherokee County, Ga. = AWOL
Admitted Orange Court House Gen Hosp, Va.
AWOL never returned from furlough became a Capt of illegal Company
Wounded Sep 64 at Petersburg, Va.
This man testified at Emory F. Best's Court Martial
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John L Worley later in life

Worley, John L.
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #3, Catarrh 5-12-62, transferred to Camp Winder 5-13-62
Furloughed 7-3-62 to 10-3-62
Discharged for Disability 4-8-63 Fredericksburg, Va.
19 yrs, 6’, fair complexion, blue eyes, dark hair, Farmer
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J Wheeler Worley later in life

Worley, J Wheeler
enlisted 4-29-62 at Atlanta, Ga.
Admitted Gen Hosp #1, 8-31-62 returned to duty 10-7-62
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Admitted Wayside Gen Hosp #9, 5-18-64 returned to duty 5-19-64
Admitted Jackson Hosp 6-9-64 Intermittent Fever, returned to duty
Admitted Jackson Hosp 9-11-64 Chronic Diarrhea returned to duty 11-1-64
Admitted Jackson Hosp 12-22-64 Chronic Diarrhea
Promoted to Corporal 3-15-64 to fill vacancy left by Cpl John Hambrick
Description: 20 yrs, blue eyes, dark hair, fair complexion, 5’10”, Born in Wallhalla, S.C.
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Worley, P.E.
Admitted Wayside Gen Hosp #9, 6-19-64 Acute Diarrhea, transferred to Jackson Hosp
Admitted Jackson Hosp Richmond, Va. 6-19-64 Acute Diarrhea
Died 7-18-64 of Acute Diarrhea