23rd Georgia Infantry

Company H 23rd Georgia Infantry BARTOW INVINCIBLES

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Company H's Record of Events
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Nov & Dec 61
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Jul & Aug 63 James Island SC
Jul 3, 1863 Left Kingston, NC for Richmond Va. arrived there Jul 6, 1863 distance 190 miles.
Jul 11, 63 Left Richmond for Wilmington NC. arrived there Jul 12, 63 distance 247 miles.
Went into Camps near Top Sail Sound 12 miles east of Wilmington Jul 13, 63.
Aug 8th, 63 Left Wilmington NC> for Charleston, SC., arrived at Charleston Aug 9, 63. Went into Camps on James Island same day whole distance traveled by Rail Road 647 miles.
Went on duty on Morris Island Aug 25th 63, remained there 7 days, all the time under fire of the enemy, Company loss 2 men severly and 5 slightly wounded 2 deceased.
Aug 31, 63 got aboard Steamer Sumter, prepatory to returning to camps. While running the channel the Boat was fired upon from Sullivans Island (Our own guns) 3 shots out of 25 struck it and immediately sank. The arms and equipages of the Company were principaly lost, men barely escaping with three lives were all saved
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Sep & Oct 63 James Island SC
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Nov & Dec 63 James Island SC
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Jan & Feb 64 Near Baldwin Fl
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Mar & Apr 64 James Island SC
Left Camp Milton Fl Apr 19th 64 marched in four and a half days to Tebeauville, Ga. distance 80 miles. Came by Rail Road to Savannah 96 miles and thence to Charleston SC. distance 104 miles. Arrived at Charleston Arp 25, 64 and on Apr 28, 64 went into camps on James Island. whole distance traveled 280 miles.
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R B Neal Captain

Aadock, H.E.
enlisted 8-61 Walker County
9-5-61, Payroll commenced on this date
Roll Nov/Dec 61 present
No further record
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Aadock, J.J.
Born. 1830 Walton County, Ga.
enlisted 8-61 Walker County
9-5-61, Payroll commenced on this date
Wounded: Flesh wound above Right Hip
Wounded: Gun Shot 4 inches above the right wrist, ball passing between the radius and ulna bones, breaking them both, resulting in the loss of grip in right hand
Pension info says he spent 15 months in the service and after he was wounded, he sent a substitute in his place,
Captured 9-17-62 at Battle of Sharpsburg, Md., name appears on POW list on
Army of the Potomac’s camp near Keedsville, Paroled
Payroll shows him paid up to 8-31-62
Pension filed in Walker Co. Ga.
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Allen, J.W.
2 Med cards
Admitted Jackson Hosp 8-23-64 Diarrhea & Fibris (Elliot’s Brigade)
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Arnold, Alexander Sgt
Born; 1840
enlisted 8-61 Bartow Invincibles
Roll 8-31-61 to 10-31-61 Sgt
Roll Nov/Dec 61 2nd Sgt
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 6-29-62 Debility, returned to duty 7-20-62
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #1, 8-29-62 Continuous Fever, returned to duty 10-22-62
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Admitted Confederate States Hosp Petersburg, Va. 7-24-63, returned to duty 8-23-63
Admitted Episcopal Church Hosp Williamsburg, Va. 5-23-63 Chronic Diarrhea, transferred to Confederate States Hosp 7-24-63
Roll Jul/Aug 63 Pvt.
Wounded slightly at Battle of Olustee, Fl. 2-20-64, sent to Hosp at Tallahassee, Fl. furloughed home 30 days 3-3-64, time expired
Captured at Lafayette, Ga. 5-6-65, sent to Nashville, Tenn., then to Louisville, Ky.
6-11-65, Released on taking Oath of Allegiance 6-16-65
Residence: Ringgold, Ga. fair complexion, sandy hair, blue eyes, 5’10 “
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #4, 5-18-64 Dysentery
At time of the surrender, was at home on wounded furlough for wounds suffered at Battle of Olustee, Fl. 2-20-64
Wife; Nancy Mills, married 2-19-1874 Chattooga Co. Ga.
Pension files in Walker Co. Ga.
Died; 1-10-1929 Walker Co. Ga.
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Arnold, John Cpl
enlisted 8-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles
Roll Nov/Dec 61 present
Admitted Gen Hosp #18, Richmond, Va. 5-2-62 under James for Dysentery, transferred to Lynchburg, Va. 5-5-62
Admitted Chimborazo #1, 8-29-62 Dysentery, furloughed 50 days from 9-22-62
Appears on a Report of Officers for the month of May 63 in Hay’s Brigade
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Admitted Episcopal Church Hosp 5-23-63 Chronic Diarrhea, returned to duty 7021063
Roll Mar/Apr 64 present
Says he was present at surrender in 65 as he witnessed for H S Fuller
Resided in Walker Ga. in 1901
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Baker, Michael
enlisted 8-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles
All Rolls starting with Jul 63, state present, remarks states Pioneer
Pioneer on Fredericksburg, Va. 4-63
Pioneer on Fredericksburg, Va. 5-63
Pioneer on Kingston, N.C. 6-63
Pioneer on Top Sail Sound Wilmington, N.C. 7-63
Pioneer on James Island S.C. 9-63 thru 1-64
Furloughed 30 days 3-6-63
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Bennett, John W
enlisted 8-26-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
On Pay Roll 8-31-61 to 10-31-61
Killed 7-2-62 at Battle of Malvern Hill, Va.
29 yrs, 6’2”, dark complexion, black eyes, dark hair, Farmer, born in Gwinnett Co. Ga.
Father: Ira L. Bennett
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Bennett, M.A.C.
Born 5-1842
enlisted 3-62 Yorktown, Va.
Missing at Battle of Olustee, Fl. 2-20-64, wounded slightly there
Wounded; Gunshot in leg at Battle of Olustee, Fl.
Roll Jan/Feb 64 absent sent to Hosp with wounds from Olustee
Roll Mar/Apr 64 absent from wounds received at Olustee, furloughed home 30 days 3-3-64, time extended 30 days, pension says he received a 90-day furlough, then was cut to a 60-day furlough by Lee
Admitted Camp Winder Div 1 Hosp 10-1-62 returned to duty 11-28-62
Furlough of Indulgence 1-7-63 to 2-6-63 30 days to his home
Tried to get back to his old command got no further then Macon Ga. and realized he and the men he was with were cut off by Sherman's army so they joined up with the 3rd Confederate Cavalry Co. E, and was with them at time of surrender, surrendered at Kingston, Ga.
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Bennett, Miles
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Gen Hosp Farmville, Va. 5-23-62 Rheumatism, returned to duty 6-14-62
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 5-22-62 Bronchitis, trans’d to Lynchburg, Va. 5-22-62
Admitted Gen Hosp #9, 10-1-62 sent to Palmyra Hosp 10-1-62
Received at H.M. Pinkard 11-6-62 1 pair pants, 1 coat, $11.10
Received 30 day furlough 12-3-62
Roll Mar/Apr 64 present
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Burgess, John T
enlisted 8-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles
Rolls Jul/Aug 63 thru Mar/Apr 64 present, Regimental Wagoneer
Receipt Roll Paid as Teamster to 6-30-64, no later record
He is buried in Myrtle Grove Cemetery, Floyd Co, GA. He died 21 Nov 1905 He was a Great uncle, as his brother, Green William Burgess is another of my Great grandfathers. This info is courtesy of Nola Eze, Mattox family decendent .
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Burns, E.
1 card
enlisted 8-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles
On list of men that Enlisted in the Bartow Invincibles in Walker County Georgia by Capt. F.M. Young and then was transferred over to Confederate Army in Defense of the Confederate States for duration of war
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Burns, Jeremiah
Born: 5-29-1820 Walker Co. Ga. 5'7" Tall
enlisted 8-61 at Lafayette, Walker County, Bartow Invincibles
Wounded: In right foot just in front of ankle at Battle of Sharpsburg, Md. 9-17-62
Home on Wounded Furlough from 10-6-62 to 11-16-62
Roll Sep/Oct 63 present = Regular Detail to guard Army Stores
Roll Nov/Dec 63 present = Regular Detail to guard Army Stores
Rolls Jan 64 thru Apr 64 present
Filed for pension in Walker Co. Ga.
Wife: Amanda E Day, married 1-27-67 Walker Co. Ga.
Surrendered near Greensboro, N.C. 4-26-65, present
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Burns, John
1 card
enlisted 8-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles
On list of men that Enlisted in the Bartow Invincibles in Walker County Georgia by Capt. F.M. Young and then was transferred over to Confederate Army in Defense of the Confederate States for duration of war
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Caldwell, James M.R.
enlisted 8-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles
Died 6-6-62 Typhoid Fever at Chimborazo Hosp #5, in Richmond, Va.
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Cargal, Newton C
enlisted 8-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles, mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #4, 5-18-62 Constipation, returned to duty 6-9-62
note: 1 other card from Chimborazo Hosp #5 states returned to duty 8-18-63
Admitted Gen Hosp #9, Richmond, sent to Chimborazo Hosp
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #4, 10-6-62 Chronic Diarrhea, transferred to Chimborazo Hosp #5, 10-22-62 Contusion of Hip
Roll Nov/Dec 63 Indulgence Furlough 20 days 10-31-63
Res: Walker County, Ga. Farmer,
Captures Weldon Rail Road near Petersburg. Va. 8-19-64, arrived at City Point, Va. 8-24-64, Released from Point Lookout Md. 5-13-65 after taking Oath Soldier writes a letter to Captors, stating that he does not wish to be exchanged after having had the opportunity but refused, says he was captured on the Weldon R.R. on 8-19-64 and wishes to be released from prison as soon as circumstances will admit.
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Cargal, Perry G
enlisted 1-19-64 Atlanta, Ga.
Roll Jan/Feb 64 present, Recruited Volunteer
Roll Mar/Apr 64 present
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Cargal, William C
enlisted 8-14-61 Walker County, Ga. Bartow Invincibles, mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Episcopal Church Hosp Williamsburg, Va. 7-3-62 Amputation of Toe, returned to duty 8-30-62
Roll Sep/Oct 63 present
Roll Nov/Dec 63 present
Rolls Jan 64 thru Apr 64 present
Surrendered at Goldsboro, N.C. 4-26-65
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Carver, W.C.
1 card
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #1, Richmond, Va. 7-3-62, wounded in foot, no further record (I believe this to be the same man listed above)
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Chambers, Samuel H
enlisted 8-14-61 Walker County, Ga. Bartow Invincibles, mustered 8-31-61 at
Camp McDonald, Ga.
Died 9-17-62 at home on sick furlough, from Pneumonia Fever
Father: William Chambers
33 yrs, single, dark hair, blue eyes, dark complexion
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Chapman, A.P. Cpl
enlisted 8-14-61 Walker County, Ga. Bartow Invincibles
Rolls present on all Rolls up to Apr 64
Furloughed 2-6-63 to 3-8-63
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Chapman, Benjamin F Sgt
enlisted 8-14-61 Walker County, Ga. Bartow Invincibles, mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Died about 8-14-62, of wounds received in Battle of Malvern Hill, Va. 7-1-62 near Richmond
Father: John H Chapman
single, 19 yrs, born in Spartinburg S.C., black eyes, dark hair, dark complexion, 5’10”
Paid up to 8-14-62
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Clements, James Wilson Assistant Surgeon
Enlisted near Lafayette, Ga.
enlisted 8-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles, mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald
Detailed as Hospital Stewart since 11-61 by Col. Hutchinson Commanding 23rd Ga. by recommendation of Surg. Thompson at Chimborazo Hosp in Richmond, Va.
Asked to be Transferred to the 27th Ga. Inf.
Roll Nov/Dec 63 absent = Detached by order of Secretary of War to attend Lectures in Richmond, Va.
Roll Sep/Oct 63 Detached Duty in Hospital in Richmond, Va.
Transferred to the 27th Ga. Inf. 3-29-64
Assigned as hospital Stuart in Sept 64
Surrendered at Goldsboro, N.C. 4-26-65, present at surrendered near Bloomington, NC
Filed for pension in Chattooga Co. Ga.
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Condry, John H
enlisted 9-2-61 Walker County Ga.
Discharged 2-23-63 for Gun Shot through Right Elbow at the Battle of Seven Pines
Born in Green County, Tn., 22 yrs, 5’10”, dark complexion, black eyes, black hair, Farmer.
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Coulter, Andrew J
enlisted 8-14-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles, mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #1, 10-20-62
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Roll Mar/Apr 64 last on file = present
Detailed to Artillery Service Sec 2 S.C. Roll not dated
Captured at Weldon Rail Road 8-19-64, Received at Fort McHenry Md. during the 5 days ending 1-6-65, transferred to Point Lookout Md. for exchange 2-20-65, age 24 yrs
USA) Admitted 2nd Div of Depot Field Hosp, 5th Army Corps of the Army of the Potomac at City Point, Va. 8-21-64, sent to Gen Hosp 8-21-64
USA) Admitted Gen Hosp West’s Building Baltimore, Md. 12-24-64 Gun Shot Wound of Left Hip and Anal Region, Bullitt entering near Anterior Upper Front of Left Hip and passing out the Surral(surral = relating to the calf of the leg), transferred to Gen Hosp 1-5-65 at Fort McHenry, =Improved=
Present at surrender, resided in Rock Springs, Walker Co. Ga. 1919
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Davis, Abram
enlisted 8-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles, mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald
Roll Dec 61 absent, sick since 11-11-61, last at walker County, Ga.
Admitted Gen Hosp #18 Richmond, Va. 5-2-62 Intermittent Fever, transferred to
Lynchburg, Va. 6-17-62, Furloughed 60 days 8-21-62 to 10-21-62
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Davis, Adam
1 card
enlisted 8-14-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles
On list of men that Enlisted in the Bartow Invincibles in Walker County Georgia by Capt. F.M. Young and then was transferred over to Confederate Army in Defense of the Confederate States for duration of war
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Davis, A. Robert
enlisted 8-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles, mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald
On Pay Roll for 8-31-61 to 10-31-61
Roll Nov/Dec 61 present
Rolls Jul 63 thru Apr 64 present
Surrendered at Goldsboro, N.C. 4-26-65 and Paroled there 5-1-65, also says surrender took place at near Bentonville, NC
Filed for pension in Whitfield Co. Ga.
Davis, Harrison H
enlisted 8-14-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles, mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Received Indulgence Furlough 20 days from 12-19-63
Furloughed 30 days on sick furlough from 2-14-64, time extended 30 days
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Davis, Jeremiah L
enlisted 8-14-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles, mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald
Received Indulgence Furlough 20 days from 12-19-63
Rolls present on all up to Mar/Apr 64, last on file
Rebel Deserter, arrived 10-1-64
Took Oath of Allegiance at age 25 yrs on 10-1-64
Born in Blunt County Tn., sent to Chattanooga, Tn.
Received at General Defenses of Northern Potomac 10-3-64 and took Oath and transferred to Cleveland, Ohio
5’10”, blue eyes, light hair, light complexion
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Davis, Thomas
enlisted 8-14-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles, mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald
Discharged Disability at Yorktown, Va. 2-12-62
Re- enlisted 9-12-62 at Calhoun, Ga.
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Rolls Jul 63 thru Apr 64 present
Captured at Weldon Rail Road 8-19-64 near Petersburg, Va., by the 5th Corps and forwarded to Capt. J.R. Leslie Provost Marshall, received at Point Lookout Md. from City Point, Va. 8-24-64, released 5-13-65 by special order #85
Residence: Walker County Ga., Farmer
Survived the war, resided in Walker Co. Georgia in 1887
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Dempsey, James Madison Sgt
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
Roll Jan/Feb 64 Left in rear at Savannah, Ga. with baggage
Roll Feb 62 absent, on furlough in Ga. for 23 days from 2-5-62
James M Dempsey, writes letter to his son’s C.O. from Hosp in Raleigh, N.C. dated 6-11-62, to Mr. Taylor, to draw his dead sons Bounty to send home to the rest of his family to buy grain for his families farm to help them out.
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Dempsey, Seth W 17 yrs at time of enlistment
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald
Died 2-4-62 of Typhoid Fever in Winter Quarters at Yorktown, Va.
Born in Cherokee County, Ga., 19 yrs, blue eyes, fair complexion, light hair, 5’7”
Father: James Madison Dempsey applied for Bounty
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Dickerson, W.B.
4 POW cards
Captured 9-30-64 near Fort Harrison, confined at Bermuda Hundred 10-1-64, arrived at City Point, Va. 10-5-64 after Capture
Joined U.S. Service 10-18-64
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Edge, John
enlisted 8-14-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles, mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald
Resigned as 1st Lt. 1-14-63 by reason of Gun Shot Wound Right wrist at Minnis Station, Va.
Received at Malvern Hill 7-1-62
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Ellenburg, Franklin H
enlisted 8-14-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles, mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald
Admitted Gen Hosp #18, Richmond, Va. 5-2-62 Diarrhea, transferred to Lynchburg, Va. 5-5-62
Died 10-6-62 of Typhoid Fever near Summit Point, Va.
Father: Hezekiah Ellenburg filed for bounty
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Foster, Ezekiel Adjutant
Born: March 1839
enlisted 9-27-61 in Walker County, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #4, 5-18-62 Fever Remittent, returned to duty 6-9-62
On Recruiting Service Feb 63, Res: near Ringgold, Ga.
Captured at Chancellorsville, Va. 5-2-63
received 20 day furlough 12-26-63
Promoted to Adjutant 9-1-64 on R.P. Talley resigned
Promoted to 1st Lt. Adjutant 11-7-64
Surrendered at Goldsboro, N.C. 4-26-65, present
Res: Catoosa County Ga. 25 yrs, 5’10”, dark hair, dark eyes, dark complexion
Filed for pension in Walker Co. Ga. 5-28-1914
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Foster, William B Cpl
Born: 1847
enlisted 8-14-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles, mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald
Admitted Gen Hosp #7, 7-2-62 Gun Shot Right thigh, furloughed 30 days 7-9-62
Caught a disease in right eye while in Virginia in 1862, going completely blind after night fall, in 62 & 63, had two or three similar attacks, and got worse over the years
Roll Apr 64 present, last on file
Surrendered at Goldsboro, N.C. 4-26-65
Filed pensions in Floyd & Walker Co.'s Ga.
Foster, William W.
enlisted 5-13-62 Richmond, Va.
Register dated 9-14-62 Gen Hosp #4, also shows Gun Shot Wound
Admitted Institute Hosp Richmond, Va. 9-26-62 Gun Shot Wound, furloughed to
Ringgold, Ga. 10-1-62, farmer
Rolls Jul 63 thru Apr 64 present as Colonel’s Orderly
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Fuller, Haley G Sgt
enlisted 8-14-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles, mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald
Roll Nov/Dec 61 present
Discharged 6-16-62 Chronic Rheumatism
Born in Jackson County Ga. 51 yrs, 6’2”, dark complexion, dark hair, grey eyes,
Farmer & Minister of the Gospel
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Fuller, Hiram S
enlisted from Cherokee County, mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Wounded: Flesh wound of the hip
Roll Apr 64 present
no further record
Wife: M.A. filed for pension in Hot Springs, Ark.
Died: 9-14-1926 Hot Springs, Ark
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Fuller, M.H.
enlisted 3-26-64 camp Milton, Fl.
Roll Mar/Apr 64 present
Receipt Roll received clothing for 3rd Quarter of 64
Fuller, W.B.
only monthly Pay Card
from 3-11-62 to 5-1-62, no further record
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Gassaway, Thomas M
enlisted 8-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles, mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald
Roll Nov/Dec 61 present
Roll Jan 62 Transferred to Co. H 16th Ga. Inf. in exchange for Pvt. M. Bennett at
Yorktown, Va. 1-31-62
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Gladden, Doctor C
enlisted 8-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles, mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald
Rolls 12-61 and Jan 62 sick since 12-10-61 in Chimborazo Hosp #5 in Richmond, Va.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 12-10-61 Injury of Back, returned to duty 4-7-62
Roll Feb 62 sent to Ga. Hosp in Richmond 12-10-62
Admitted Gen Hosp #18, 5-2-62 Rheumatism, =
Deserted from Hospital 5-5-62
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 6-8-62 Debility
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 9-18-62 Otarrhoea, furloughed 10-23-62 50 days
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63
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Gladden, Elias
1 card
enlisted 8-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles
On list of men that Enlisted in the Bartow Invincibles in Walker County Georgia by Capt. F.M. Young and then was transferred over to Confederate Army in Defense of the Confederate States for duration of war
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Gladden, J.R.
enlisted 5-13-62 at Richmond, Va.
Rolls Jul 63 thru Oct 63 sick in Hosp in Richmond, Va. since 7-6-63
Roll Nov/Dec 63 present
Roll Jan/Feb 64 absent on Baggage guard on James Island, S.C.
Roll Aug 64 On extra duty at Petersburg, Va. as Teamster
Furloughed 40 days from Gen Hosp #20, Richmond, Va.
Took Oath of Amnesty 1-23-65 at City Point, Va. dark hair, dark complexion, blue eyes, 6’, Res: Walker County, Ga.
These records are under G.C. Gladden, 3 USA record cards, Deserted from the Enemy 1-21-65, Head Quarters of Army of the Potomac, Took Oath and sent to Chattanooga, Tn., then sent to Captain Porter at City Point, Va., 1-25-65, then sent to Washington D.C.
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Goodson, Nicholas
enlisted 8-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles
Roll Nov 61 present, last on file
Admitted Gen Hosp #18, Richmond, Va., transferred to Lynchburg, Va. 5-5-62
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Goodson, William B
enlisted 8-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles, mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald
Rolls 8-31-61 to 10-31-61 absent 18 days without leave
Roll Sep 63 On Extra Duty on James Island, S.C. & St. Andrews parish
Roll Sep/Oct 63 On furlough of Indulgence 10-31-63
Furlough of Indulgence 10-31-63 to 11-19-63 to his home
Roll Nov/Dec 63 Employed as Sub Overseer, Paid $1.50 per day
Employed as Sub Overseer at Charleston, S.C. for 2 quarters of 1864, signed 5-21-64 by his mark
Roll Mar/Apr 64 present
Surrendered at Goldsboro, N.C. 4-26-65
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Graham, W.H.
1 Med card
Name appears on Morning Report of Jackson Hosp, Admitted 10-5-64, returned to duty 10-28-64
no further record
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Green, John L.
enlisted 12-15-62 Dalton, Ga.
Roll Jan/Feb 64 Transferred to Co. H from Co. A 4th Ga. Cav 9-1-63
Surrendered at Goldsboro, N.C. 4-26-65
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Green, Thomas Jefferson
enlisted 8-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles
Receipt Roll 8-27-61 for clothing
Pay Roll 8-31-61 to 10-31-61 Thomas J Green
Roll Nov/Dec 61 present
Wounded 5-31-62 Fracture of Rib, age 20 yrs
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #4, Acute Diarrhea 9-5-62, transferred to Chimborazo Hosp 10-22-62
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #2, 10-24-62 Gun Shot Wound Left side, furloughed 11-3-62
Received 30 day furlough from Med Directors Office 10-28-62 Co. H 23rd Ga.
Received Commutation of rations for sick furlough, from 12-3-62 to 1-31-63
Roll Jul/Aug 63 present
Roll Sep/Oct 63 present = transferred to this Company from 4th Ga. Cav.
Roll Nov/Dec 63 present
Roll Jan/Feb 64 present
Roll Jan/Feb 64 Transferred to Co. H from Co. A 4th Ga. Cav. 9-1-63
Roll Mar/Apr 64 present
Surrendered at Goldsboro, N.C. 4-26-65
Thomas Green = Pvt. Co. H 23rd Ga. See Alex R. Green
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Green, William J
enlisted 8-25-61 Cobb County Ga., enlisted 8-61 Walker Co. Ga.
Roll Feb 62 =
Died 2-24-62 at Yorktown, Va. Typhoid Fever
Father: William J Green Sr. filed for bounty, Catoosa Co. Ga.
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Green, W.P.
enlisted 8-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp 5-11-62 Debility, returned to duty 5-20-62
Hosp Muster Roll of Gen Hosp #1, dated 10-31-62 of Sick & Wounded, present
On sick furlough at Home from 2-13-63 to 4-23-63
Captured at Fair Oaks, Va. 5-31-62 by Gen McClellan’s Command
Born in S.C., 21 yrs, 5’11”, brown hair, gray eyes, light complexion, sent to Fort Delaware 6-21-62
Sent to Aiken’s Landing 8-5-62 on 6-26-62 by Capt. Johnson 8th N.Y. Inf. for exchange
Appears on List of POW’s aboard the Steamer Coatzacoalcos
Roll Apr 64 present, last on file
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Grigsby, John
enlisted 5-16-62 near Richmond, Va.
Killed 5-31-62 at Battle of Seven Pines, Va.
Guardian: S.B. Maloney, leaves widow who has since died, but leaving 4 minor children
Born in Coweta County Ga., 29-yrs, 6’, fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair
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Harmon, George Sanford
enlisted 8-61 Walker County, Bartow Invincibles = enlisted under force 8-31-61 at Walker County, Ga.
Roll Jan/Feb 61 present
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 5-11-62 Continuous Fever, returned to duty 6-6-62,
USA) Admitted Gen Hosp #5, Frederick, Md. 10-15-62, sent to Gen Hosp 10-16-62, born in Elbert County, Ga., 21 yrs, 5’9”, fair complexion, blue eyes, dark hair, Farmer
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #4, 10-24-62 Gun Shot head & right leg, furloughed 50 days from 11-6-62
Received 60 day furlough from 2-24-63
Roll Jul/Aug 63 wounded in Battle of Sharpsburg, Md. 9-17-62, furloughed home, time since extended
Discharged 10-26-63 for Disability caused by Gun Shot Wound to apex of the head at the Battle of Sharpsburg, Md. 9-17-62
Captured at Resaca, Ga. 5-9-64, by the 16th Army Corps, then forwarded to Ringgold, Ga. 5-12-64, Received at Louisville Military Prison 5-17-64 from Nashville, Tn., discharged 5-21-64 & sent to Camp Morton, transferred from Camp Morton for exchange 2-26-65 from Camp Morton, Ind.
POW card states Captured at Walker County Ga.
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Haselrig, Thomas R.A. 1st Lt.
enlisted 8-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga. as 1st Lt.
Roll Feb 62 absent on furlough in Ga. since 2-26-62
Promoted to Captain of Company about 6-1-62
Promoted 9-17-62
Died 9-17-62 at Battle of Sharpsburg, Md.
33, yrs, 6’, fair complexion, blue eyes, dark hair, Farmer, born in Tenn.
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Huatt, W.C. (Hewitt)
enlisted 8-31-61 in Walker County, Ga.
Received furlough of indulgence 5-3-63 to 5-23-63
Present at surrender near Goldsboro, NC.
Wife: R.E., married Dec 1865 in Walker Co. Ga., She filed for pension in Walker Co. Ga.
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Jester, Francis Marion 29 yrs
enlisted 8-11-62 Lafayette, Ga., from Calhoun or Gordon County
Admitted Gen Hosp #21, 12-2-62 Variola, transferred to Howards Grove 12-15-62
Admitted Small Pox Hosp Richmond, Va. 12-15-62, attacked 11-28-62 =
Died 12-24-62 of Variola Confluent & Pneumonia
Res: Gwinnett County, Ga., 36 yrs, 6’2”, fair complexion, blue eyes, dark hair, Farmer
Wife: Hannah Elizabeth Jester, maiden name Mattox, sister to Eli, Porter, Houston and John Mattox. this info courtesy of Nola Eze, Mattox family decendent
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Jester, Thomas
enlisted 8-14-61 in Walker County, Ga.
On list of men that Enlisted in the Bartow Invincibles in Walker County Georgia by Capt. F.M. Young and then was transferred over to Confederate Army in Defense of the Confederate States for duration of war
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Johnson, William J
enlisted 8-31-61 in Walker County, Ga.
Furloughed 6-2-63 to 6-24-63
Transferred to 4th Ga. Cavalry Co. A 9-1-63?
WJ Johnson's nephew, T W Warren, gave a deposition in the case of his widow's pension application, as to Johnson's demise he states as follows: I knew William Johnson during his lifetime, and know that he was killed near Wood Station, about march 1864, Johnson was at home on furlough at the time and was visiting my mother, who was a sister of his wife; and while visiting our house some Federal Soldiers came by, and Johnson with a man by the name of Whitley, who was with him started to get away and the Federal Soldiers killed them near our house, I saw them after they were killed.
Note: I believe the man names Whitley is Philo Whitley from same company, the other two Whitley's in the roster s of the 23rd Georgia are found in the 1870 census for Walker Co. Ga. and Philo is not there.
Andrew Coulter, member of same company, says Johnson left the command on about last of Feb or 1st of March 1865 and came home and know that on or about the 28th of March 1865 he was killed by Federal Scouts
Wife: Jane Ellenburg, married 6-16-1856 Ga., filed in Walker Co. Ga. Jane married another man from the same company and regiment, named WJ Green
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Keenum, B.M.
Appears on List, enlisted 8-14-61 in Walker County, Ga.
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Keenum, S.S. Cpl/Sgt
enlisted 8-31-61 at Walker County, Ga.
Captured 10-3-62
Died 11-31-62 of wounds
born in Tenn.
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Kent, S.S. 1st Lt.
enlisted 8-14-61 at Walker County
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Keown, James D
enlisted in Aug 61 Walker County, Ga. or 10-20-61
Died 12-8-61 in 2nd Ga. Hosp in Richmond, Va.
Father: Nathan L Keown, Attorney: W.J. Keown of Walker County
20 yrs, 5’6”, dark hair, dark complexion, black eyes, Farmer
Inspection Report Petersburg, Va. dated 8-14-64, sick, AWOL
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Keown, James Harvey
enlisted 8-31-61 at Walker County, Ga.
19 yrs, 5’8”, dark hair, blue eyes, fair complexion
Died 9-14-62 in the Battle of Boonsboro, Md.
Father: James A Keown, Attorney: W.J. Keown
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Keown, William Jasper 2nd Lt.
enlisted 8-31-61 at Walker County, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 12-10-61 Parotitis, till 12-19-61 at which time transferred to private house, furloughed 30 days, returned 2-24-62
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 5-11-62 Icterus, returned to duty 6-9-62
Roll Sep/Oct 63 absent, at home for 20 days for purpose of taking up deserters, absentees, etc. from 10-23-63
Admitted Jackson Hosp Richmond, Va. 7-18-64 gun shot left hand minie ball, furloughed 30 days 7-20-64
On Leave from 10-10-64
Inspection Report dated 10-28-64 Friers Pond, Burke County Ga. AWOL at Laurel Hill, Va. or Dove Hill, Va. 10-30-64
Promoted Lt. 11-7-64
This man testified at the Court Martial of Emory F. Best
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Kilpatrick, A.J.
enlisted 8-31-61 at Walker County, Ga.
Last card on file is 12-18-61
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Kilpatrick, A.K.
Admitted Gen Hosp #21, 6-7-62 Diarrhea, transferred to Lynchburg, Va. 6-10-62
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Kilpatrick, Elisha
enlisted 8-31-61 at Walker County, Ga.
On list of men that Enlisted in the Bartow Invincibles in Walker County Georgia by Capt. F.M. Young and then was transferred over to Confederate Army in Defense of the Confederate States for duration of war
born 1839, died 1908, buried Beulah Bapt. Ch. Cem, Marshall County, Ala.
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Kilpatrick, C
enlisted 11-27-61 at Yorktown, Va.
Admitted Gen Hosp #21, 6-7-62 Diarrhea, transferred to Lynchburg, Va. 6-10-62
Surrendered at Goldsboro, N.C. 4-26-65
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Langenby, William
enlisted 8-14-61 in Walker County, Ga.
On list of men that Enlisted in the Bartow Invincibles in Walker County Georgia by Capt. F.M. Young and then was transferred over to Confederate Army in Defense of the Confederate States for duration of war
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Lamb, Leroy N
enlisted 8-31-61 at Walker County, Ga.
Admitted Gen Hosp #18, 5-2-62 Diarrhea & Bronchitis, transferred to Lynchburg, Va.
Admitted Gen Hosp Camp Winder Div #4, 12-1-62 till 12-16-62
Wounded slightly at Battle of Olustee, Fl. 2-20-64
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Lewis, William B.
enlisted Cobb County Ga. 8-31-61
Appears on list of Rebel POWs who have reported to these Head Quarters and took Oath of Allegiance 7-17-63 Old capitol Prison Washington, D.C. Born in Spartanburg Dist. S.C., 29 yrs,
Deserted from Fredericksburg, Va. 5-12-63 for reasons of not wanting to fight against the old flag any longer
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(2 different dudes)
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Lewis, William P
enlisted 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga. by Capt. Bacon
enlisted 8-61 in Walker County Ga. by Capt. F.M. Young
Name appears on list of Officers and Privates of the walker Bartow Invincibles, attached to a letter addressed to William H. Stiles and signed by Capt. F.M. Young of which the following is an extract: I herewith tender to you the services of the Bartow Invincibles for the Defense of the Confederate States of America during war
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #3, 10-23-62 Hepatitis transferred to Chim #2, 12-16-62
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #2, Debility, 12-16-62
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #4, 8-29-62 Chronic Rheumatism, transferred to Huguenot Springs 10-19-62
Admitted CSA Gen Hosp 1-6-63 Chronic Rheumatism, (Capt. Neil) 38 yrs old, Farmer,
Pay Roll 8-31-61 to 10-31-61 Paid for 2 mo 2 days
Reciept Roll for clothing, date of issue 8-27-61
Reciept Roll for clothing, dated 1-30-63
Last Paid 4-30-63
Roll Nov/Dec 63 absent sent to Gen Hosp sick in May 63
Roll Sep/Oct 63 absent sent to Gen Hosp sick in May 63
Roll Jul/Aug 63 absent sent to Gen Hosp sick in May 63
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Maloney, Moses
enlisted in Walker County, Ga.
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63, sent to Old Capitol Prison Washington D.C., then to Fort Delaware 5-7-63
Wounded seriously at Battle of Olustee, Fl. 2-20-64, sent to Gen Hospital 2-20-64 in Guyton, Ga., furloughed for 60 days home from 3-14-64
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Robert Westin Maloney with his third wife, after the war

Maloney, Robert
enlisted 8-15-63 Lafayette, Ga.
Roll Mar/Apr present, last on file
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Maloney, S.H.
enlisted 8-62 at Yorktown, Va.
Surrendered at Goldsboro, N.C. 4-26-65
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Eli Mattox later in life

Mattox, Eli Tipton
Conscripted 8-11-62 Lafayette or Calhoun Ga.
Admitted CSA Gen Hosp Charlottesville, Va. 11-27-62 Debility (at Lynchburg),
Wounded severely in thigh & leg from shell 8-27-63 on Morris Island S.C., sent to
Hospital in Charleston, S.C., furloughed home
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63, sent to Old Capitol Prison Washington D.C., then to Fort Delaware 5-7-63.
Eli's full name was Eli Tipton...I believe that he was called Tip by his friends , he survived the war and fathered 6 more children, besides the two he had before and during the war. Relatives that knew him said that he walked with a pronounced limp. Before 1880 he moved to Whitfied County, GA and before 1900 to Washington Co., Arkansas. He wasn't rich, but he did well for his family. Be all accounts he was a good man.(this info is courtesy of Mattox decendent Nola Eze)
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Houston Mattox

Mattox, Houston
Conscripted 8-11-62 Lafayette Ga.
Captured near Petersburg, Va. 6-18-64, arrived at City Point Va. 6-30-64, 7 transferred to Elmira Prison in N.Y. 7-23-64
Took Oath of Allegiance and was released from Elmira Prison 5-17-65, Res: Chattanooga, Tn., blue eyes, lt. hair, 6’2 ”
He arrived at Elmira 7-26-64, Conscripted 8-9-62, desired to remain North and wanted to take Oath of Allegiance to USA on 9-15-64
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John Mattox

Mattox, John
Conscripted from Lafayette, Ga. 8-11-62, enlisted 7-1862 at Lafayette, Walker Co. Ga.
Age 23
Rolls Jul 63 thru Apr 64 Present
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63, forwarded to Old Capitol Prison in Washington DC, then to Fort Delaware Prison, Del. and paroled from Fort Delaware
Captured 6-18-64 at Petersburg, Va., held at Old Capitol Prison then sent to Elmira Prison in New York 10-24-64, then was sent to James River for exchange 2-20-65
Wounded: 6-18-64 at Petersburg, Va. Gunshot wound in the left forearm, the ball fracturing the bone, causing amputation of a third of the arm
Wounded: 6-18-64 at Petersburg, Va. Gunshot wound right arm above elbow, had to be amputated above the elbow, 4 inches below shoulder
Admitted to 2nd Division USA Gen Hospital at Alexandria Va. 6-28-64, for gunshot wound of elbow, sent to Gen Hosp in Washington DC
Admitted to Sickles Barracks Gen Hosp USA, from O S Field Hospital for wound of elbow, transferred to Lincoln Gen Hosp 8-6-64
Admitted to Lincoln Gen Hosp in Washington DC 8-15-64, as POW, sent from Gen Hosp in Alexandria Va.
Captured at Bentonville NC sent to Elmira Prison in New York 2-20-65, where he was at the time of surrender
Filed for pension in Chattooga Co. Ga.
Wife: Mattie Rea, married 1-20-1873 Chattooga County Ga.
Died: 1905 Chattooga Co. Ga.
John Mattox at about twenty years of age, joined the service for three years, and marched through the valleys and hills of Virginia, untill he was injured in the arm by a minnie ball in action near Petersburg, and was captured and sent to prison for eight months where he prefered active service to the privations he suffered. Afterwards he went to school some and became a teacher, then his war record made him a very popular candidate and ran for the office of County Ordinary for his adoptive county of Chattooga Georgia and later became a Judge. ( this info came from John s obit, courtesy of Nola Eze, Mattox decendent)
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Mattox, Porter
Conscripted 8-11-62 Lafayette Ga.
Roll Jul/Aug 63 absent, sick in Hosp in Charleston, S.C. since 8-30-63
Admitted Stuart Hosp Richmond, Va. 7-2-64 for gun shot wound, furloughed 8-13-64
Admitted Wayside Gen Hosp #9, Richmond 3-21-65 Chronic Diarrhea, sent to Jackson Hosp Richmond 3-22-65, furloughed for 60 days starting 3-30-65
USA) Captured 10-22-64 in Lafayette, Ga. sent to Camp Douglas, Ill. from Louisville Ky. 10-31-64, arrived at Louisville Ky. Military Prison from Nashville Tn. during the 6 days ending 10-31-64, arrived at Camp Douglass, Ill. 11-2-64 & transferred to Point Lookout, Md. 3-14-65 for exchange at City Point, Va.
Porter died in about 1866, I wouldn't be surprised if his being shot and other ailments figured into it as he was a young man at the time of death. He was on furlough at LaFayette, Ga, when Sherman's troops passed by the home place and he was captured and sent to Camp Douglas in Illinois. (this info is courtesy of Nola Eze, decendent of the Mattox family)
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McAllister, L.A.
Name Appears on Register of Receiving at Wayside Gen Hosp #9 in Richmond, Va. Admitted there on 6-7-64 and sent to Jackson Hosp also in Richmond 6-8-64
no further record
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Moon, Blakeley E.
enlisted 5-16-62 in Richmond, Va.
Admitted Jackson Hosp Richmond 8-6-64 Gun Shot Wound Right Leg,
furloughed 30 days from 8-11-64
Captured in Walker County Ga. 4-1-65, sent to Louisville Ky. 4-26-65, arriving there 4-30-65, went there from Nashville, Tn. Released on Oath at Camp Chase, Ohio 6-10-65
22 yrs, dark hair, grey eyes, 5’11”, dark complexion
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Morgan, Peter D.H.
Born: 5-4-1827 Livingston, Ala.
enlisted in Walker County Ga. & mustered at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63,sent to Fort Delaware after being held at Old Capitol Prison Washington, D.C. 5-7-63, & Paroled at Fort Delaware, assume sent to City Point, Va. for exchange from Fort Delaware
Wounded slightly at the Battle of Olustee, Fl. 2-20-64
Wounded: Morgan says he was wounded about 5 days before the surrender, last of March 1865, possibly at the Battle of Bentonville, NC, Gunshot wound in the leg that broke the fibula bone
Admitted 3-65 Gen Hosp #3, Greensboro, N.C.
Discharged at hospital at surrender
Wife: Gurty, married 10-10-1872 Chattooga Co. Ga.
Pension filed in Floyd Co. Ga.
Died: 2-16-1921 Floyd Co. Ga.
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Murdock. William
Name appears in a letter to Col. William H. Stiles and signed by Capt. F.M. Young as enlisted for service 8-14-61 in the Bartow Invincibles (Walker County)
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Neal, Reece B Lt./Captain
enlisted at Villanow, Ga, enlisted 8-61 in Walker County, Ga.
Admitted Gen Hosp CSA Howards Grove, Va. 6-28-62 furloughed 7-5-62
Absent home on furlough of indulgence 20 days from 10-30-62
Captured at Chancellorsville, Va. 5-2-63, Paroled at Old Capitol Prison in Washington D.C. 5-18-63
Stationed at James Island S.C. Received Pay for Jan 64 thru Mar 64
Surrounded at Goldsboro, N.C. 4-26-65
Present at surrender
Survived war, lived in Greenbush, Walker, Ga. 1899
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Norton, James
1 record
enlisted 8-14-61 in Walker County Ga. (Bartow Invincibles)
On list of men that Enlisted in the Bartow Invincibles in Walker County Georgia by Capt. F.M. Young and then was transferred over to Confederate Army in Defense of the Confederate States for duration of war
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Partain, Henry C.
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #4, 5-8-62 Acute Diarrhea, sent to Lynchburg, Va. 6-5-62
Admitted Gen Hosp Farmville, Va. 6-6-62 Lumbago, returned to duty 6-30-62
Killed 9-17-62 at the Battle of Sharpsburg, Md.
Born in Spartanburg, S.C., 19 yrs, fair complexion, blue eyes, dark hair
Wife: Rebecca S Partain
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Patterson, H.H.
enlisted 8-14-61 in Walker County Ga. (Bartow Invincibles)
Rolls present for all of 61
Rolls Jul 63 thru Apr 64 present
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Patterson, J.B.
enlisted 5-16-62 Richmond, Va.
Admitted Gen Hosp Petersburg, Va. 6-25-62 Gun Shot Wound Right Arm, returned to duty 11-14-62, furloughed from Jul 12, 62 to Aug 12, 62
Wounded slightly at the Battle of Olustee, Fl. 2-20-64, sent to Hospital 2-20-64, furloughed home from 3-28-64
Surrendered at Goldsboro, N.C. 4-26-65
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Patterson, William Lafayette
enlisted 8-14-61 in Walker County Ga. (Bartow Invincibles)
Wounded 5-31-62 at the Battle of Seven Pines, Va. furloughed home, time extended
Returned since muster
Discharged 10-26-63 for Disability caused by Gun Shot Wound, bullet passed through the head of the humerus bone, received at Seven Pines
Born in McMinn County Tn., 25 yrs, 6’6”, dark complexion, black eyes, black hair
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Pike, Jackson
Name appears on list as joining the Bartow Invincibles 8-14-61 in Walker County On list of men that Enlisted in the Bartow Invincibles in Walker County Georgia by Capt. F.M. Young and then was transferred over to Confederate Army in Defense of the Confederate States for duration of war
no further record
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Pilcher, Thomas W
Born: 1835 York District SC
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Admitted Gen Hosp #18, Richmond, Va. 5-2-62 Jaundice, returned to duty 5-9-62, sent to Lynchburg
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #4, Richmond, Va. 11-28-62 Ascites, transferred to Farmville, Va. 12-21-62
Admitted Gen Hosp Farmville, Va. 12-21-62 Neuralgia, returned to duty 2-8-63
Register of Gen Hosp Farmville, Va. dated 2-9-63, notes: returned to duty
Wounded seriously at battle of Olustee, Fl. 2-20-64, furloughed home 30 days from 2-29-64, time extended to 5-1-64
Surrendered at Goldsboro, N.C. 4-26-65, Paroled 5-1-65
Present at surrender in near Greensboro, NC
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Pogue, John N
enlisted 8-14-61 in Walker County Ga. (Bartow Invincibles)
Died 1-10-62 at Yorktown, Va.
Born in Hall County Ga. Bounty presented to T.R.A. Haslerig Attorney handling case
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Pope, James A
Born: 1847 Walker Co. Ga.
Witnesses say enlisted 8-31-61 Camp McDonald, Pope says he enlisted in April 61
Wounded in the mouth, ball knocking out 3 teeth and passing through the tongue
Captured at Weldon Rail Road near Petersburg 8-19-64 and sent to Point Lookout Md.
After he was exchanged, Thad Everett (member of Co. C), states that he J A Pope looked him up to give him news about his brother to tell him he was fine and that he had been captured with Pope
Witnesses in favor of James A Pope, are: Thaddeus Everett Co. C, J T Burgess Co. H, V M Reed Co. H, Joseph Tate Co. H
Thomas P Freeman testifies that he knew Pope from boyhood, being his 2nd cousin, he remembers that at the time that Johnson's army fell back in the fall of 63, as he saw him about home at that time. That he was then only a boy going about home where he pleased. He further swears that he was forman of the Grand Jury of Whitfield County in 1904 as he remembers when Pope's right to a pension was questioned and had said Pope brought before the grand jury to be questioned as to his war service and could not give an account of service at all in accord with his pension papers, trying to place his enlistment at an entirely different date from what he had sworn to, couldn't give names of officers of regiment nor of company, except the Captain, and from what applicant knew personally he was never in the army up to the fall of 1863 when he claimed a much earlier datein his application.
Present at surrender at Greensboro, near Raleigh NC (Info from witnesses)
Filed for pension in Whitfield & Gordon Co.'s
"Don't know whether he actually served or not, witness statements are pretty strong, but he doesn't appear in the rosters anywhere, Confederate or US records"
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Pope, John T
Born: 4-22-1842
enlisted 8-14-61 in Walker County Ga. (Bartow Invincibles)
On list of men that Enlisted in the Bartow Invincibles in Walker County Georgia by Capt. F.M. Young and then was transferred over to Confederate Army in Defense of the Confederate States for duration of war
In Oct or Nov 61, took measles at Richmond, Va., then took relapse of them on trip from Richmond to Yorktown confined to hospital for three weeks
Filed for pension in Gilmer Co. Ga.
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Pope, Kinchen T
Admitted Institute Hosp Richmond, Va. 9-26-62 Gun Shot Wound, furloughed to Ringgold Gap Ga. for 30 days 9-30-62, 20 yrs old
Sent to Hospital In Charleston, S.C.
Admitted Stuart Hosp Richmond, Va.6-7-64 Gun Shot, furloughed 30 days 8-3-64
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Pope, Patrick W
enlisted 8-14-61 in Walker County Ga. (Bartow Invincibles)
Admitted Gen Hosp Howards Grove Richmond, Va. 6-28-62, returned to duty 7-29-62
Wounded seriously at Battle of Olustee, Fl. 2-20-64, furloughed home 60 days starting 3-14-64
Deserted from Rebels, received 7-14-64 Took Oath and remained North of the Ohio River till close of war
Discharged upon taking Oath 7-16-64
Captured at Walker County Ga., Resident of same, light complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, 5’8”
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Pope, William A
enlisted 1-30-64 at Decatur, Ga.
Captured at Weldon Rail Road Petersburg, Va. 8-19-64, arrived at City Point, Va. 8-24-64, exchanged 9-18-64, Res: Whitfield County Ga., fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, 5’7”, took Oath 5-21-65 as Confederate Deserter at Chattanooga, Tn.
This info was presented to the Office of Pensions 5-18-1914
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Popper, W.A.
1 Med card
Admitted Wayside Gen Hosp #9, Richmond, Va. 9-21-64 and sent to Jackson Hosp 9-22-64
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Reed, Virgil M
Born: 5-23-1843 Lumpkin Co. Ga.
enlisted 8-31-61 in Walker County, Ga. (Bartow Invincibles)
Admitted CSA Gen Hosp Danville, Va. 10-3-64 abscess of left hand, returned to duty 10-21-64
Rolls 8-31-61 to 12-61 present
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63,sent to Fort Delaware after being held at Old Capitol Prison Washington, D.C. 5-7-63, & Paroled at Fort Delaware, sent to City Point, Va. for exchange from Fort Delaware
Rolls Jul 63 thru Apr 64 present, last on file
Present at surrender Greensboro, NC 4-26-65
Filed for pension in Chattooga Co. Ga.
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Reeves, J.T.
1 card
enlisted 8-14-61 in Walker County Ga. no further record (Bartow Invincibles) On list of men that Enlisted in the Bartow Invincibles in Walker County Georgia by Capt. F.M. Young and then was transferred over to Confederate Army in Defense of the Confederate States for duration of war
Resided in Independence Co. Ark as of June 1901, witnessed for J N Stiles pension
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Richards, Joseph
enlisted 8-14-61 in Walker County, Ga. (Bartow Invincibles)
Rolls 8-31-61 to 12-61 present
Rolls Jul 63 thru Apr 64 present
Surrendered at Goldsboro, N.C. 4-26-65, Paroled there 5-1-65
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Rives, R.T.
1 card
enlisted 8-14-61 in Walker County, Ga. (Bartow Invincibles) On list of men that Enlisted in the Bartow Invincibles in Walker County Georgia by Capt. F.M. Young and then was transferred over to Confederate Army in Defense of the Confederate States for duration of war
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Roach, James Elijah
Born: 1831 SC
enlisted 8-14-61 in Walker County, Ga. (Bartow Invincibles)
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63,sent to Fort Delaware after being held at Old Capitol Prison Washington, D.C. 5-7-63, & Paroled at Fort Delaware, sent to City Point, Va. for exchange from Fort Delaware
Rolls 8-31-61 to 12-61 present
Rolls Jul 63 thru Apr 64 present
Admitted Pettigrew Gen Hosp #13, Raleigh, N.C. 3-10-65 Gun Shot Wound Right
Shoulder, furloughed 60 days from 3-16-65 to Franklin County Ga., P.O. Carnesville, Ga.
Wounded: by gunshot Ball entering right shoulder through upper scapula and exiting at the articulation of the clavicle with the acromion process, resulting in stiffness and limitation of motion
Sent home on wounded furlough, never able to get back until surrender
Paroled at Towns Co. 4-19-65
Filed for pension in Towns Co. Ga.
Died: 4-19-1926 Towns Co. Ga.
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Roach, L.
2 Med cards
Admitted Gen Hosp Camp Winder Farmville, Va. 6-6-62 Variola, transferred to
Smallpox Hosp 10-18-64 in Richmond, remarks: Patient came from Staunton, Va.
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Roberts, William H
Rolls 8-31-61 to 12-61 present
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63,sent to Fort Delaware after being held at Old Capitol Prison Washington, D.C. 5-7-63, & Paroled at Fort Delaware, sent to City Point, Va. for exchange from Fort Delaware
Rolls Jul 63 thru Apr 64 present
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Rowles, G Warren
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Discharged 12-11-61 no reason given
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Sampson, F.M.
1 card
enlisted 8-14-61 in Walker County, Ga. (Bartow Invincibles) On list of men that Enlisted in the Bartow Invincibles in Walker County Georgia by Capt. F.M. Young and then was transferred over to Confederate Army in Defense of the Confederate States for duration of war
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Sanders, John
1 card
enlisted 8-14-61 in Walker County, Ga. (Bartow Invincibles)
Died 11-23-61 at Gen Hosp #2, in Richmond, Va., effects: $1.50
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Saylors, J.F.
enlisted 5-7-62 at Farmville, Va. or Atlanta, Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, 6-29-62 Nephritis, transferred to Lynchburg, Va. 7-5-62
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63,sent to Fort Delaware after being held at Old Capitol Prison Washington, D.C. 5-7-63, & Paroled at Fort Delaware, sent to City Point, Va. for exchange from Fort Delaware
Rolls Jul 63 thru Apr 64 present
Hospital Muster Roll for Gen Hosp Liberty Va. Sep 62 to Apr 63 extra duty .25 cents per day as nurse
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Saylors, J.H.
enlisted 5-13-62 Richmond, Va.
Admitted Gen Hosp #21, Richmond, Va. 6-7-62 Febris Intermittens, transferred to Lynchburg, Va. 6-10-62
Rolls Jul 63 thru Apr 64 present
Admitted Winder Div 1 Hosp 10-15-62, returned to duty 11-13-62
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63,sent to Fort Delaware after being held at Old Capitol Prison Washington, D.C. 5-7-63, & Paroled at Fort Delaware, sent to City Point, Va. for exchange from Fort Delaware
Captured at Weldon Rail Road Petersburg, Va. 8-21-64, arrived at City Point, Va. 8-24-64 Held at Point Lookout, Md., released 10-14-64
Joined U.S. Service
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Seabolt, McKinny
no enlistment info
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #1, Richmond, Va. 6-8-62 Rheumatism, transferred to Petersburg, Va. 7-4-62
Killed 9-17-62 at the Battle of Sharpsburg, Md.
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Shepp, A.B.
1 card
enlisted 8-14-61 in Walker County, Ga. (Bartow Invincibles) On list of men that Enlisted in the Bartow Invincibles in Walker County Georgia by Capt. F.M. Young and then was transferred over to Confederate Army in Defense of the Confederate States for duration of war
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Shipp, W.H.
enlisted 8-14-61 in Walker County, Ga. (Bartow Invincibles)
Rolls 8-31-61 to 12-61 present
Rolls Jul 63 thru Apr 64 present
Furloughed 8-21-62 to 9-28-62, 35 days
Surrendered at Goldsboro, N.C. 4-26-65, Paroled there 5-1-65 present
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Spragen, John
Born: 12-14-1838
enlisted 9-15-61 Walker County, Ga. (Bartow Invincibles)
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #4, 6-6-62 Typhoid Fever
Roll 8-31-61 to 12-61 present
Discharged Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability for Double Hernia 4-30-62
Born in Walker County Ga., 19 yrs, 5’6”, dark hair, dark complexion. dark eyes, Farmer
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Stancell, John W
enlisted 8-14-61 in Walker County, Ga. (Bartow Invincibles)
Rolls 8-31-61 to 12-61 present
While on a forced march from Yorktown to Richmond in spring of 62, marching night and day was ruptured on both sides, it was so severe that when they reached Richmond, he was put into the hospital, and was there till August when discharged by surgeon Dr. Wilson Clements
Rolls Jul 63 thru Dec-63 present
Rolls Jan 64 thru May 64 on Detached Service at Holmes House, James Island
Sep 63 to 12-63 Overseer of Fortifications on James Island, S.C., see Personal Papers of Lt. P.C. Johnson, Engineers & Captain W.M. Ramsy Engineer
Admitted CSA Gen Hosp Danville, Va. 6-4-64 Gun Shot wound in the Head, returned to duty 6-10-64
Admitted Wayside Gen Hosp #9, Richmond, Va. 6-22-64, transferred to Jackson Hosp 6-23-64
Filed pension in Cobb Co. Ga.
Survived the war and was alive in Georgia as late as April 1891
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Stokes, John C
enlisted 9-5-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Transferred to 9th Ga. Inf. 12-9-61
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Suttle, Joseph M Sgt
enlisted 8-14-61 in Walker County, Ga. (Bartow Invincibles)
Rolls 8-31-61 to 12-61 present
Admitted Wayside Gen Hosp #9, Richmond, Va. 10-3-62 Contusion of hand, sent to Chimborazo
Admitted Chimborazo #4, 10-3-62 Contusion of hand, returned to duty 10-17-62
Roll Jul/Aug 63 present
Roll Sep/Oct 63 absent = at home on 20 day furlough of indulgence from 10-31-63
Roll Nov/Dec 63 present
Roll Jan/Feb 64 Wounded in Battle of Olustee, Fl. 2-20-64, sent to Hosp slightly wounded
Roll Mar/Apr 64 present
Admitted Jackson Hosp Richmond, Va. 5-16-64 Gun shot wound left hand minie ball, returned to duty 6-23-64
Surrendered at Goldsboro, N.C. 4-26-65, Paroled there 5-1-65 present
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Tarvin, Alvin
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enlisted 8-14-61 in Walker County, Ga. (Bartow Invincibles) On list of men that Enlisted in the Bartow Invincibles in Walker County Georgia by Capt. F.M. Young and then was transferred over to Confederate Army in Defense of the Confederate States for duration of war
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Tate, David G
enlisted 8-14-61 in Walker County, Ga. (Bartow Invincibles)
Rolls 8-31-61 to 12-61 present
Captured 9-17-62 at the Battle Sharpsburg, Md.
Paroled POW at USA Camp at Mouth of Antietam, Md. 10-5-62
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63,sent to Fort Delaware after being held at Old Capitol Prison Washington, D.C. 5-7-63, & Paroled at Fort Delaware, sent to City Point, Va. for exchange from Fort Delaware
Rolls Jul 63 thru Apr 64 present
Received clothes for 3rd Quarter of 1864
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Tate, John M
enlisted 8-14-61 in Walker County, Ga. (Bartow Invincibles)
Rolls 8-31-61 to 12-61 present
Captured at Battle of Antietam, Md. 9-17-62 =
Died in U.S. custody at Lines Farm Hosp of Wounds received in Battle 9-17-62
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Tate, Riley J
enlisted 8-14-61 in Walker County, Ga. (Bartow Invincibles)
Roll Nov/Dec 61 present
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63,sent to Fort Delaware after being held at Old Capitol Prison Washington, D.C. 5-7-63, & Paroled at Fort Delaware, sent to City Point, Va. for exchange from Fort Delaware
Roll Jul 63 thru Apr 64 present
Admitted Jackson Hosp 8-1-64 Gun Shot Wound Right Shoulder minie ball =
Died 8-5-64
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Tate, Van
Born: 1836 Anderson Co. Ga.
enlisted 1861 in Villinow Ga., enlisted 8-14-61 in Walker County, Ga. (Bartow Invincibles)
Roll Nov/Dec 61 present
Roll Jul/Aug 63 present
Roll Sep/Oct 63 present = sick
Roll Nov/Dec 63 absent at home 20 day furlough of indulgence from 12-19-63
Roll Jan 64 thru Apr 64 present
Surrendered at Goldsboro, N.C. 4-26-65, Paroled there 5-1-65 present
Filed pension in Walker Co. Ga.
Wife: E.D., married 1-15-1870 Walker Co. Ga.
Died: 10-6-1894 Walker Co. Ga.
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Taylor, J.E.
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63,sent to Fort Delaware after being held at Old Capitol Prison Washington, D.C. 5-7-63, & Paroled at Fort Delaware, sent to City Point, Va. for exchange from Fort Delaware
Received clothing for 3rd Quarter of 1864
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Taylor, J.H.
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63,sent to Fort Delaware after being held at Old Capitol Prison Washington, D.C. 5-7-63, & Paroled at Fort Delaware, sent to City Point, Va. for exchange from Fort Delaware
Received clothing for 3rd Quarter of 1864
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Thompson, John W
Born: 6-29-1841
enlisted 8-31-61 in Walker County Ga.
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63, sent to Fort Delaware after being held at Old Capitol Prison Washington, D.C. 5-7-63, & Paroled at Fort Delaware, sent to City Point, Va. for exchange from Fort Delaware
Wounded: 2-20-1864 at Battle of Olustee Fl., Gunshot wound in the left side, ball entering & fracturing 9th rib passing backward through the left lung fracturing 11th rib near to articulation with vertebrae column
Wounded seriously at Battle of Olustee, Fl. 2-20-64
furloughed 30 days home, returned, sent to Hosp at Charleston, S.C. 4-27-64
Not present at surrender, was paroled at Point Lookout Prison in Md. (most likely captured at Weldon R.R.)
Filed pension in Floyd Co. Ga.
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Turner, A.M.
Walker County
On list of men that Enlisted in the Bartow Invincibles in Walker County Georgia by Capt. F.M. Young and then was transferred over to Confederate Army in Defense of the Confederate States for duration of war
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Tweedle, Thomas J
enlisted 8-31-61 in Walker County Ga.
Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63, sent to Fort Delaware after being held at Old Capitol Prison Washington, D.C. 5-7-63, & Paroled at Fort Delaware, sent to City Point, Va. for exchange from Fort Delaware
Captured at Weldon Rail Road 8-19-64 near Petersburg, Va., by the 5th Corps and forwarded to Capt. J.R. Leslie Provost Marshall, received at Point Lookout Md. from City Point, Va. 8-24-64
Joined the U.S. service 10-12-64 as Private in Co. A 4th U.S. Vol.
Died 6-9-65 at Balfour Gen Hosp Portsmouth, Va. as Sgt
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Underwood, John M
enlisted 8-31-61 in Walker County Ga.
Killed 9-14-62 at the Battle of Boonsboro, Md.
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Underwood, William W
enlisted 8-31-61 in Walker County Ga.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #5, Parotitis 12-10-61
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #4, Chronic Diarrhea, returned to duty 5-18-62
Admitted Gen Hosp #3, 1-17-63
Captured Chancellorsville, Va. 5-2-63, Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63,sent to Fort Delaware after being held at Old Capitol Prison Washington, D.C. 5-7-63, & Paroled at Fort Delaware, sent to City Point, Va. for exchange from Fort Delaware
Deserted from Rebel Army 10-3-64, sent to Chattanooga, Tn. Special Orders no. 82 Head Quarters of Armies of the United States taken Oath at Cleveland, Ohio 10-1-64 born in Gwinnett, County Ga., 28 yrs, 5’10”, blue eyes, light hair, light complexion,
Inspection Report Hokes Div, Dove Hill Farm, Va. 10-30-64 Laurel Hill, Va. 11-26-64 POW
Camp Whiting, Wilmington, N.C. 12-31-64 POW
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Wade, William T.
mustered 8-31-61 at Camp McDonald, Ga.
Transferred to Company I 4-25-63
Confederate Deserter at Chattanooga, Tn. Amnesty 4-21-65 60th Ga. Inf.
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Whitley, (David?) D.J.
Born: 1830?
enlisted 8-19-62 Lafayette, Ga.
Captured Chancellorsville, Va. 5-2-63, Captured near Fredericksburg, Va. 5-3-63,sent to Fort Delaware after being held at Old Capitol Prison Washington, D.C. 5-7-63, & Paroled at Fort Delaware, sent to City Point, Va. for exchange from Fort Delaware
Wounded slightly at Morris Island, S.C. 8-29-63
Confederate States Hosp Petersburg, Va. 5-26-64 to 6-3-64 Duty
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Whitley, Martin
enlisted 8-14-61 in Walker County, Ga. (Bartow Invincibles)
On list of men that Enlisted in the Bartow Invincibles in Walker County Georgia by Capt. F.M. Young and then was transferred over to Confederate Army in Defense of the Confederate States for duration of war
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Whitley, Philo 5th Sgt/Musician
enlisted 8-31-61 at Walker County
Promoted 5th Sgt Non 1861
Admitted Gen Hosp #2, Lynchburg, Va. Dec 62
Note: (Don't know for sure, I think Philo Whitley is the man that was killed along with William J Johnson, also of Co. H, by Federal Scouts in Catoosa County)
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Winkler, Lawson A.
enlisted 3-28-62 Lafayette, Ga.
Admitted Gen Hospital # 18 Richmond, Va. Billous Fever 11-18-62, returned to duty 11-26-62
Wounded: 8-26-1863 at Battery Wagner in SC, Struck by a piece of shell in the left hand, so injured that it had to be amputated 3 inches below the elbow
Wounded at Battery Wagner S.C. 8-28-63 by a piece of shell in the left arm, had to be amputated at a hospital in Charleston, S.C., then furloughed home.
Captured at Fredericksburg 5-3-63,sent to Fort Delaware after being held at Old Capitol Prison Washington, D.C. 5-7-63, & Paroled at Fort Delaware, sent to City Point, Va. for exchange from Fort Delaware
Roll Mar/Apr 64 last on file
Filed pension in Fannin Co. Ga.
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Worthy, W.H.
Admitted Chimborazo Hosp #4, 5-12-62 Measles & Typhoid Fever =
Died 7-5-62
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Young, Francis M
enlisted 8-31-61 at Walker County
Furloughed 25 days 1-29-62 Sick
Resigned 5-28-62
Francis Marion Young (b.12 Jan 1823, d. 14 Feb 1895) whose wife is Martha Green. Francis is buried in the Young family cemetery in West Armuchee.