Troup Artillery
Army of Northern Virginia

Troop Light Artillery was organized at La Grange, Georgia, during the fall of 1861 with men from Troup County. This company was part of Cobb's Georgia Legion, but when ordered to Virginia it became an independent unit. It served in H. C. Cabell's Battalion of Artillery, Army of Northern Virginia. The battery fought in many conflicts from the Seven Day's Battles to Cold Harbor, endured the long siege of Petersburg, and ended the war at Appomattox. One section reported 1 killed and 3 wounded out of 31 engaged at Crampton's Gap. The company sustained 9 casualties at Sharpsburg, 11 at Chancellorsville, and 7 at Gettysburg. Only 7 men surrendered in April, 1865. It was commanded by Captains H. H. Carlton and M. Stanley.

Aaron, Thomas Samuel, b. c. 1828 in GA; occupation was "blasting"; enlisted April 24, 1861; private;; fatal wound to left thigh May 3, 1863 at Fredericksburg; d. June 7, 1863 in Howard’s Grove Hosp., Richmond, VA. Pope Barrow said, "the only thing he could do without stuttering was to shoot," and, "many a wild turkey and squirrel fell to his uncanny aim." He left a wife and one child.

Adams, John H., substitute; enlisted July 10, 1862; private; killed July 3, 1863 at Gettysburg, PA and buried on the battlefield; most likely re-buried in the mass Confederate graves on the battlefield. In 1870-73, the Ladies Memorial Assns. of Richmond, Raleigh, Savannah and Charleston, exhumed 3,320 bodies and sent them to cemeteries in those cities for re-burial, 2,935 being interred in Hollywood Cem. Richmond, VA and 73 bodies were re-interred in home cemeteries. (Poss. same as John Adams b. in Elbert Co. & served in Co. G, 25th NC, enlisted July 8, 1861 & discharged. May 1, 1862 due to under age.

Adams, Middleton Crum, b. May 3, 1846 in Elbert Co.; lived in Elbert Co., GA; enlisted Nov. 16, 1862; private; paroled at Newton, N. C. by the 10th Michigan Cavalry about April 19, 1865; lived in Athens after the war; d. April 17, 1891; buried in Oconee Hill Cem. Athens, GA.

Ashford, William "Willie" Thomas, b. Nov. 10, 1845 at Watkinsville, GA; nephew of R. & T. Booth; enlisted Nov. 1, 1863; private; discharged. April 9, 1865 near Lynchburg, VA when Cabell’s Arty. Bttn. disbanded; grad. of Miami Univ. of Oxford, OH; moved to Atlanta in 1868; m. Mary Virginia Kirkpatrick of Chillicothan, OH February 15, 1872 in Atlanta. partner in several business ventures; d. Nov. 4, 1931; buried in Oakland Cem., Atlanta, GA. His home is now the clubhouse for the Peachtree Golf Club on the corner of Ashford-Dunwoody & Peachtree Rds. in Chamblee, GA.

Atkisson, George Baber, b. Sept. 14, 1842 in Clarksville, Habersham Co., GA; Univ. of GA class of 1861 matriculate; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; thigh bone fractured by gunshot Sept. 17, 1862, at Sharpsburg, MD; captured and sent to Shepardstown until he recovered; parol. by the Provost Marshal Gen., Army of the Potomac, Sept. 30, 1862; sent home on furl.; det. as clerk to QM Dept. in Macon, GA April 10, 1864; retired under Act of Congress Aug. 31, 1864; det. Oct. 15, 1864 as transp. clerk of Central RR in Macon, GA for 6 mos; taught school in Troup Co.; m. Caroline Buffington Aug. 5, 1867; lived at Winterville, GA in 1890; adm. to the Old Soldiers’ Home of GA at Atlanta Jan. 1909; discharged. Dec. 1912; readm. Nov. 1918; again discharged. Oct. 1922; d. July 3, 1923 in Clarke Co., GA; buried in Oconee Hill Cem. Athens, GA.

Ayers, James Clark, b. 1823 in Ga.; from Franklin Co., GA; m. Mary Ann Davis Jan. 21, 1847; enlisted June 6, 1862; private; substitute (see Clinton P. Morton); adm. to Howard’s Grove Hosp., Richmond, VA, Aug. 21, 1862; furl. Oct. 8, 1862 for 30 days; re-admitted to Richmond Hosp. Nov. 62; d. Dec. 26, 1862 at home on sick furl. His wife with five children filed for his back pay.

Baker, Thomas Franklin, b. April 15, 1837 in Winston Salem, NC; enlisted April 24, 1861; 3rd Corp.; reduced to private Nov. 1861; wounded in knee at Fredericksburg May 3, 1863; discharged. shortly afterward; 1st m. Louiza R. Brannon July 5, 1868; Athens policeman; 2nd m. Mary Chandler Fortson Oct. 10, 1875 in Madison Co., GA; d. Feb. 7, 1885; buried in the Old Danielsville Presbyterian Ch., Danielsville, GA.

Barrett, James E. Sanford, b. Dec. 10, 1845; from Jackson Co., GA; enlisted Feb. 10, 1863; private; courier in Cabell’s Arty. Bttn. June 1864; adm. to Gen. Hosp. #9 Richmond June 24, 1864; sent to Winder Hosp June 25, 1864; rec’d. pay at Richmond, VA Jan. 17, 1865; lived in Atlanta and was a locomotive engineer in 1890; d. Feb. 9, 1896 in Marietta; buried in Citizens Cem., Powder Springs St., Marietta, GA.

Barrett, William S. B., b. July 13, 1833 in Sumter Dist., SC; moved to GA Feb. 7, 1851; school teacher; m. Elizabeth A. Monk in 1856 in Clarke Co.; enlisted Dec. 9, 1862; private; detailed as teamster in ord. train of the 1st Army Corps in 1863 and served in that capacity at least to Aug. 1864; paroled at Appomattox CH April 9, 1865; lived at Ila, Madison Co., GA in 1890; farmed in Clarke Co. in 1894-96; drew a pension in Jackson Co. in 1901; lived in Clarke Co., GA 1903-1906; d. June 14, 1906; buried in Buena Vista Ch. Cem., Nowhere Rd., Clarke Co. near the Madison Co. line.

 Barrow, Middleton Pope, b. Aug. 1, 1839 in Oglethorpe Co., GA; second and third cousins to the Lumpkins; maternal grandson of Gov. Wilson Lumpkin; bro. to T. Barrow; honor graduate of the Univ. of GA in 1859; lived with the Howell Cobb family in 1860 when he received his B. L. degree from Lumpkin Law School at the Univ. of GA; practiced law with Lamar Cobb; enlisted April 24, 1861; appt’d. Ensign; came down with typhoid fever about Aug. 28, 1861; furl. Sept. 3, 1861 and sent to Camp Cobb of the 16th GA to be nursed; ret. to Athens Sept. 18, 1861; ret. to duty Nov. 13, 1861; appt’d. brevet 2nd Lt. end of Dec. 1861; resigned at reorganization April 29, 1862; volunteer aide-de-camp on the staff of Gen. Howell Cobb, Dept. of Mid. FL Dec. 9, 1862; appt’d. aide-de-camp with rank of 1st Lt. Aug. 19, 1863 in Gen. Howell Cobb’s staff in the Dept. of Mid. FL, Quincy, FL; prom. to rank of Capt. on Oct. 12, 1863 to take rank Oct. 1, 1863; assigned to headquarters of the GA Reserves in Macon, GA March 30, 1864 as 1st Lt. and aide-de-camp; captured at Macon April 20, 1865 by 1st Brig., 2nd Cavalry Corps; 1st m. Sarah "Sallie" Church Craig, granddaughter of Dr. Alonzo Church, Chancellor of Franklin Col. (Univ. of GA) March 5, 1867; practiced law in Athens with his brother, David Crenshaw Barrow, Jr.; elected Trustee of the Univ. of GA in 1872 and 1884; elected a member of the constitutional convention of the State of GA from the twenty-seventh district in 1877; elected to the legislature from Clarke Co. in 1880; elected by the State legislature to the U.S. Senate in 1882; 2nd m. Cornelia Jackson, daughter of Gen. Henry Rootes Jackson, June 24, 1884; moved to Savannah in 1892; Judge of the Superior Court, Eastern Judicial Circuit; d. Dec. 23, 1903 in Athens; buried in the Barrow/Pope family cemetery at the family homeplace Oglethorpe Co., GA.

Barrow, Thomas Augustine, b. March 25, 1843 in Oglethorpe Co., GA; second and third cousins to the Lumpkins; maternal grandson of GA Gov. Wilson Lumpkin; bro. to P. Barrow; entered the Univ. of GA at 15 years of age; class of 1862 matriculate; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; appt’d. 2nd gunner in Lt. Carlton’s section; wagon master in Wofford’s Brigade Jan. 1862, but shortly returned to the Troup Artillery; assigned as wagon master of Cobb’s Legion June 1862; by S.O. No. 161/21 assigned to the staff of Gen. Howell Cobb’s staff with rank of Captain; detailed to the QM Dept. of Cobb’s Legion Nov. 1862; by S.O. No. 58 dated March 10, 1863, A. & I.G. Off. detailed to the Dept. of Mid. FL, and served under Gen. Howell Cobb in the QM Dept. as Asst. QM at Quincy, FL; on the Feb. 1864 roll of Co. F, 29th Bttn. GA Cavalry at the rank of 1st Lt.; appt’d. Adj. of the bttn. March 18, 1864 to take rank Feb. 19, 1864; served in that capacity at the bttn. headquarters, Sta. No. 5, Atlantic & Gulf RR in south GA; mustered out May 19, 1865 at Waynesboro, GA; lived in Decatur Co., GA after the war; moved to Pelham, Mitchell Co., GA. about 1889; ordained a Minister of the Baptist Ch. serving Meigs and Hopeful Baptist Chs.; farmer; 1st m. Jennie Turner Feb. 8, 1872; 2nd m. Alice Josephine Hand of Pelham Sept. 27, 1882; member of the Masonic Order; d. Jan. 11, 1897; buried in the Pelham City Cem., Pelham, GA.

Barry, John P., b. c. 1841 in GA; bro. to J.M. Barry; enlisted Feb. 26, 1863; private; adm. to Chimborazo Hosp. #2, Richmond, July 10, 1863 with chronic diarrhea; transf. to Jackson Hosp., Richmond, Aug. 5, 1863; furl. Aug. 19, 1863 for 30 days; detailed to hosp. duty at Orange CH, VA Dec. 30, 1863 as unfit for field service due to chronic diarrhea; by S.O. No. 9, Jan. 12, 1864, detailed to Cook & Brothers Armory in Athens, GA; merchant in 1880;

Barry, Joseph Martin, b. February 13, 1845 in Athens; bro. to J.P. Barry; enlisted July 10, 1862; private; detailed to Cook & Brothers Armory in Athens, GA Dec. 28, 1863; m. Rosa Weatherly May 21, 1866; bookkeeper; lived in Athens, GA in 1890; elected as city alderman from the First ward in 1893; d. Oct. 2, 1895 from a self-inflicted gun wound; buried in Oconee Hill Cem., Athens, GA.

Bearden, Aaron E., b. 1842 in Clarke Co., GA, enlisted Nov. 1, 1863; private; served bal. of war; farmed in Clarke Co. in 1867; lived in Atlanta, GA in 1890; rec’d. pension in Fulton Co. Jan. 2, 1907.

Bearden, Richard "Dick" Glenn, b. c. 1840; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; adm. to Chimborazo Hosp. #3, Richmond May 4, 1862; transf. to Winder Hosp. May 13, 1862 with typhoid; adm. to Gen. Hosp. #20, Richmond Oct. 25, 1862; transf. to Amelia CH Hosp. Oct. 28, 1862; still at Amelia Hosp. Nov. 30, 1862; furl. April 21-Aug. 27, 1863; adm. to Jackson Hosp., Richmond Sept. 6, 1864 with Ascites; by S.O. No. 304 detailed as nurse at Jackson Hosp. in Richmond Nov. 11, 1864; ret. to duty Dec. 20, 1864; adm. to Jackson Hosp. March 3, 1865 with bronchitis; ret. to duty March 31, 1865; captured April 8, 1865 in battle at Appomattox Sta., VA; paroled April 15, 1865 at Farmville, VA; tax receiver for Morgan Co., GA; d. Feb. 2, 1908; buried in the Madison City - New - West View Cem. Morgan Co., GA.

Belcher, John Hampden, b. July 31, 1840 in SC; from Abbeville, SC; Univ. of GA class of 1861 matriculate; enlisted Sept. 12, 1862 in Co. A, 1st Regt. SC Cavalry; later became Adj.; transf. to the Troup Artillery Oct. 30, 1863; private; wounded (thigh broken) near Spotsylvania CH, VA May 8, 1864; received disability furl. to return to Abbeville, SC; moved to Bossier Parish, LA soon after the war with his brothers, Warren and William; farmer; m. Eliza A. Martin of Rocky Mount April 20, 1880; founding member of the school at Benton, LA, member of the school board and teacher’s board of examiners; d. June 13, 1927; buried in the Rocky Mount Presbyterian Ch. Cem. 14 miles above Benton, Bossier Parish, LA.

Bennett, George Pierce, b. May 16, 1844; Univ. of GA class of 1861 matriculate; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; later appt’d. Corp.; wounded at Spotsylvania CH, VA May 1864; surrendered and paroled at Augusta, GA May 29, 1865; taught school after the war at Salem Community in Lincoln Co., GA; m. Sarah Jane Strother Jan. 28, 1869 in Lincoln Co.; d. March 26, 1869 in Lincoln Co.; buried in the Strother Family Cem., about four miles south of US 378 on Hephzibah Ch. Rd., and one-half mile west of road, Lincoln Co.

Berryman, -. -., (May be Robert J. Perryman), no date of enlistment; private; paroled at Appomattox C.H., April 9, 1865.

Beshill, Henry F., enlisted Feb. 10, 1863; private; lived in Oglethorpe Co. in 1890; lived in Maxeys, GA in 1892.

Biggers, William E., b. c. 1836; enlisted March 1, 1862; private; received fatal wound to arm July 2, 1863 at Gettysburg; captured by the enemy; d. Aug. 20, 1863 near Gettysburg; buried in a marked grave on the Gettysburg farm of attorney John S. Crawford, located along Marsh Creek, just SW of Gettysburg. The Crawford farm was the hospital for McLaw’s division. All those buried on the Crawford farm have been re-interred in other cemeteries. No record exists of his re-interment. It is probable that he was re-interred in Laurel Grove Cem., Savannah, GA, and the grave erroneously marked as A.J. Gore. (see John Adams)

Billups, Charles William, b. June 19, 1843 in GA; Univ. of GA class of 1863 matriculate; enlisted March 1, 1862; private; d. July 1, 1862 in a Richmond, VA hosp.; buried in Oconee Hill Cem. Athens, GA.

Blackman, David D., b. c. 1836; enlisted April 29, 1861 in Co. I, 4th Regt. GA Vol. Inf.; private; discharged. disability at Camp Jackson March 5, 1862; enlisted in the Troup Artillery Feb. 1, 1864; private; paroled at Appomattox CH April 9, 1865; m. Lettie Barrett Dec. 9, 1877 in Greene Co.; lived in Atlanta, GA in 1890; d. Aug. 31, 1918 in Fulton Co., GA.

Blackman, Joseph A., b. c. 1816; native of SC; lived in Athens; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; discharged. April 29, 1862 due to being over age; enlisted in Co. G, 25th Regt. NC Inf. Oct. 30, 1863; private; lost an arm in battle; last shown in Invalid Corps.

Boggs, Milton Alonzo, b. May 1839 in Jackson, Co., GA; m. Julianne Cash Oct. 21, 1859 in Jackson Co., GA; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; transf. to Co. C, Cobb’s Legion Cavalry Bttn. March 16, 1863; private; paroled at Greensboro, NC May 1, 1865; d. prior to 1890; believed to be buried with his wife in Stone Fam. Cem., Hwy. 334 near Center, Jackson Co., GA.

Bone, Jasper Newton, enlisted May 12, 1862; private; d. Nov. or Dec. 1862 of measles at Hanover Jct. Hosp., VA.

Bone, Joseph M., m. Annie Eliza Bone Jan. 6, 1853; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; left at hosp. near Winchester Nov. 1862; adm. to Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, VA Nov. 16, 1862; transf. to Lynchburg Hosp.; adm. to Gen. Hosp. #19, Richmond Dec. 21, 1862 with pneumonia; d. Dec. 25, 1862. His wife filed for his back pay March 9, 1863.

Boon, Ratcliff H., b. June 1834 in TN; farmer; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; discharged. March 24, 1863 with chronic rheumatism; enlisted Aug. 15, 1864 in Co. I, 11th Regt. GA Cavalry; lived in Watkinsville, Oconee Co., GA in 1867 & 1870; d. Oct. 1879; buried in the Galilee Christian Ch. Cem., Jackson Co., GA.

Booth, Robert, b. Sept. 6, 1821; bro. to T. Booth, Jr., & uncle of W.T. Ashford; farmer; enlisted Aug. 1, 1863; private; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; treasurer of Oconee Co., GA in 1890; d. Oct. 13, 1899; buried next to Thomas Booth, Jr. in Watkinsville City Cem. Oconee Co., GA.

Booth, Thomas, Jr., b. Nov. 10, 1819; bro. to R. Booth & uncle of W.T. Ashford; enlisted in Cobb’s Legion; private; adm. to Episcopal Hosp. Williamsburg, VA with intermittent fever Oct. 28, 1861; adm. to Winder Hosp. # 1 in Richmond Feb. 28, 1863; enlisted in the Troup Artillery Feb. 1, 1864; private; drew clothing Oct. 31, 1864; d. Aug. 21, 1893; buried next to Robert Booth in Watkinsville City Cem. Oconee Co., GA. He never married.

Booth, Walton "Wally" Harris, b. Oct. 17, 1823; liquor dealer; m. Elizabeth A. Crow Jan. 6, 1853 in Clarke Co.; enlisted Nov. 1, 1863; private; drew clothing Oct. 31, 1864; lived in Watkinsville, GA in 1890; d. Nov. 6, 1891; buried in Watkinsville City Cem., Oconee Co., GA.

Bostick, John M., b. c. 1845; nephew of D. Mathews [Mathis]; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; slight wound to leg July 3, 1863 at Gettysburg; furl. Feb. 1864; on duty at Gen. Hosp. #9, Richmond March 14, 1864; color bearer at the battle of Appomattox Sta. April 8, 1865; withdrew with Cabell’s Arty. Bttn. and brought the battle flag home; m. Eveline H. Cook in 1870; managed a hotel at Hot Springs, AR in 1890.

Bouchelle, Henry Thomas, b. Feb. 10, 1845; nephew of F.M. & W.T. Doster & step-grandson of J.J. Williams; enlisted Feb. 10, 1863; private; furl. Feb. 1864; served bal. of war; farmer in Oglethorpe Co.; m. Emily V. Downer Oct. 5, 1876 in Oglethorpe Co.; d. March 2, 1924; buried in the Maxeys Cem., Oglethorpe Co., GA.

Bradberry, James Walden, b. April 2, 1845; bro. to J.E. Bradberry and one of six brothers to join the Confederate Army; bro.-in-law of G.R., H.S. & Jefferson Jennings; enlisted March 12, 1862; private; adm. to Howard Grove Hosp. May 26, 1864; transf. to convalescent camp June 4, 1864; served bal. of war; lived in Athens, GA in 1890; lived in Bogart, Oconee Co in 1910; d. Aug. 17, 1921; buried in Mars Hill Baptist Ch. Cem., Oconee Co., GA.

Bradberry, Joseph Eli, b. Jan. 8, 1838 in GA; bro. to J.W. Bradberry, and one of six brothers to join the Confederate Army; farmer; m. Sarah Jane Jennings Oct. 3, 1858, sister of G.R., H.S. & J.Jefferson Jennings; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; adm. to Chimborazo Hosp. # 3 Sept. 25, 1862 with anasarca; sent home on sick furl. Oct. 6, 1862; left at Williamsport, MD & taken prisoner July 5, 1863; p.o.w. at Gen. Hosp. Hagerstown, MD Aug. 1863; adm. to Gen. Hosp. Chester, PA Sept. 17, 1863; sent to Hammond Gen. Hosp, Point Lookout, MD Oct. 2, 1863; arr. Oct. 4 with ulcer over the sacrum; del. to Confederate authorities at City Point, VA for exchange March 6, 1864; adm. to Gen. Hosp. # 9 Richmond March 6, 1864; transf. to Jackson Hosp. March 7, 1864 with v.s. back - shell; furl. March 20, 1864 for 30 days; lived at Watkinsville, GA in 1890 & Athens, GA in 1898; d. Nov. 25, 1914; buried in Oconee Hill Cem. Athens, GA.

Brewer, Freeman, lived near Athens; enlisted July 17, 1861; private; appt’d. teamster Aug. 20, 1861; discharged. Dec. 11, 1861 due to sickness; d. in early 1862 from disease.

Brittain, Robert T., b. Nov. 9, 1842 in GA; bro. to W.F. Brittain; Univ. of GA Class of 1863 matriculate; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; served bal. of war; paroled at Newton, N. C. by the 10th Michigan Cavalry about April 19, 1865; farmer; d. Aug. 11, 1887; buried with W.F. Brittain in Oconee Hill Cem., Athens, GA.

Brittain, William F., b. Dec. 19, 1847 in Clarke Co. GA; bro. to R.T. Brittain; Univ. of GA Class of 1866 matriculate; enlisted June 1, 1864; private; courier; paroled at Newton, N. C. by the 10th Michigan Cavalry about April 19, 1865; attended Poughkeepsie Commercial Col. on the Hudson River after the war; dry goods salesman in NY;.d. July 20, 1912; buried with R.T. Brittain in Oconee Hill Cem., Athens, GA.

Brown, James M., b. c. 1828; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; adm. to Gen. Hosp. # 20, Richmond Oct. 25, 1862; transf. to hosp. at Winchester, VA Nov. 1862; transf. from Gen. Hosp. # 14 to Howard’s Grove Hosp. Jan. 1, 1863; d. Jan. 7, 1863 with variola.

Brown, William B., b. c. 1826 in SC; day laborer; (date of enlistment in Cobb’s Legion); transf. from Cobb’s Legion to the Troup Artillery Oct. 5, 1862; private; adm. to Gen. Hosp. Farmville, VA Nov. 12, 1862 with chronic diarrhea; furl. for 90 days Nov. 26, 1862; died shortly afterward in Madison, GA. (possibly died of typhoid fever)

Busbin, Isham, b. 1837 in GA; bro. to W.O. Busbin; m. Margaret C. Gallihen Dec. 15, 1856 in Madison Co.; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; d. July 13, 1862 of measles in Richmond.

Busbin, Richard, det. as teamster at Raccoon Ford Feb 1864; rec’d. pay March 31, 1864.

Busbin, William Oliver, b. c. 1832; bro. to I. Busbin; m. Rutha P. Watson July 12, 1856 in Madison, GA; farmer in Danielsville, Madison Co., GA; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; detailed to Ord. Dept. of Cabell’s Bttn. Feb. 1864; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; lived in Madison Co. in 1867; lived at GA Factory, (now Whitehall) Clarke Co., GA in 1890; d. Oct. 15, 1896 while living in Dexter, SC.

Butler, Elijah M., b. March 31, 1835, bro. to J.T. Butler; enlisted July 13, 1862; private; d. Aug. 8, 1862 of typhoid fever at Richmond, VA. He left a wife and one child.

Butler, Josiah T., b. July 1, 1836; bro. to E.M. Butler; m. Cynthia Ann Jennings, sister of G.R., H.S. & J. Jefferson Jennings; enlisted July 13, 1862; private; d. Aug. 7, 1862 of typhoid fever at Richmond, VA. He left a wife and one child.

Cain, Bartholomew R., b. c. 1836 in GA; lived in Jackson Co.; m. Sarah E. Hood Sept. 5, 1859 in Jackson Co.; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; d. Sept. 7, 1861 of typhoid fever at Huntersville, VA. His wife claimed his back pay June 10, 1862.

Carlton, Benjamin Richard, b. 1839 in GA; bro. to Capt. H.H. Carlton and G.A. Carlton; brickmason; unmarried; enlisted March 1, 1862; private; shot through the heart Sept. 17, 1862 on the battlefield of Sharpsburg, MD and "buried near a large walnut tree in Smith’s field, but have been disinterred by friends."

Carlton, George Augustus, b. c. 1831 in GA; bro. to B.R. and Capt. H.H. Carlton; clerk; enlisted in Co. K, 3rd Regt. GA Vol. Inf. April 25, 1861; appt’d. 1st Sgt. (when?); transf. to the Troup Artillery June 10, 1862; private; appt’d. QM Sgt. June 13, 1862, replacing Benjamin Crane in this position; received med. discharged. for insanity while in Richmond and received furl. for 60 days July 4, 1863; detailed as a clerk to the conscript dept. in Athens, GA Feb. 28, 1864; received pay at Augusta, GA Oct. 12, 1864; m. Allie E. McConnell (see if related to John J. McConnell) of Atlanta March 20, 1866; d. Jan. 28, 1870 of tuberculosis in Athens, GA. He most likely is buried in Oconee Hill Cemetery.

Carlton, Henry Hull, b. May 12, 1834 in Athens, GA; bro. to B.R. and G.A. Carlton; attended Franklin College (Univ. of GA) for two years; class of 1854 matriculate; read medicine with his brother Joseph Barnett Carlton, and graduated from the Jefferson Medical Col. of Philadelphia in 1857; formed a partnership with his brother, and was in active practice until 1861; elected 2nd Lt. of the National Arty. July 31, 1858; appt’d. 1st Lt. of the Troup Artillery April 24, 1861; elected Capt. at reorganization April 29, 1862; furl. April 22-May 21, 1863; wounded July 3, 1863 (left shoulder broken) at Gettysburg; adm. to Gen. Hosp. # 10 Richmond July 14, 1863; transf. to Gen. Hosp. # 4 July 15, 1863; furl. July 18, 1863 for 30 days; furl. Feb. 1864; furl. extended 10 days March 24, 1864; wounded May 31, 1864 (shell wound to left leg) at Totopotomi Creek (Cold Harbor); adm. to Gen. Hosp. # 9 Richmond June 12, 1864; transf. to Jackson Hosp. June 14, 1864; offered positions as Maj. in the artillery corps, Col. of cavalry and asst. surgeon of the division, declining all to remain Captain of the Troup Artillery; disbanded with the company April 9, 1865 near Lynchburg, VA; resumed his practice of medicine after the war, but due to ill health he was compelled to relinquish it in 1872; m. Helen C. Newton Nov. 12, 1867, sister of Sgt. George J. Newton; served in the State House of Representatives 1872-77; speaker pro tempora 1872-77; member of the first State Board of Health created in GA in 1875; editor and proprietor of Athens Banner-Watchman until 1880; studied law and admitted to bar in 1881; practiced in Athens; member State Senate 1884-85; President of Senate 1884-85; city attorney of Athens; elected Trustee of the Univ. of GA in 1898; volunteered in the Spanish-American War; made Insp. Gen. with rank of Maj.; attached to staff of Maj. Gen. James H. Wilson serving in Puerto Rico when the war ended; member of State House of Rep. 1899-1900; president of the Athens Mutual Fire Insurance Co.; d. Oct. 26, 1905; buried in Oconee Hill Cem., Athens, GA.

Carr, Elijah Walker, b. March 28, 1829; Univ. of GA Class of 1850 matriculate; m. Anna Macon Dec. 19, 1860; enlisted March 1, 1862; private; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; farmer; clerk at the Athens railroad depot; accidentally drowned in the Oconee River at Athens, GA Dec. 24, 1872. His body was recovered and was buried with Masonic honors in Oconee Hill Cemetery. He left two orphan children, his wife having died several years earlier.

Carter, [William or James], resident of Gordonsville, VA; Chaplain Charles Oliver visited the Carter home in Gordonsville several times. It is believed that this is William as mentioned in his diary; enlisted fall of 1863 at Gordonsville; private; sent to a hospital sick in the spring of 1864 and never heard of again.

Cheatham, Marcus H., b. Oct. 12, 1829 in GA; house carpenter; m. Catherine A. Swann, sister of Seaborn Swann; enlisted July 17, 1861; private; appt’d. artificer in 1861; sick in camp Oct. 1861; adm. to Jackson Hosp. Richmond June 17, 1864 with contused wound on left side; furl. July 25, 1864 for 30 days; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; paroled at Newton, N. C. by the 10th Michigan Cavalry about April 19, 1865; lived in Athens in 1890; d. Dec. 13, 1890; buried in the Old Sandy Creek Baptist Ch. Cem. near Nicholson, Jackson Co., GA.

Childers, Robert, b. c. 1837; m. Amanda __ in 1857; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; deserted early 1865 and taken p.o.w. April 6, 1865 at Bermuda Hundred; took oath of allegiance to the U.S. and transf. to Harrisburg, PA; d. prior to 1890.

Cobb, Howell, Jr., b. July 7, 1842; son of Maj. Gen. Howell Cobb, former Governor of GA; Univ. of GA 1862 matriculate; enlisted May 1, 1861; private; by S.O. No. 574, Dec. 31, 1861, transf. by Gen. Magruder to the 16th Regt. GA Vol. Inf.; private; appt’d. QM Sgt.; appt’d. Asst. Ord. Off. on the staff of Gen. Howell Cobb, Dept. of Mid. FL Dec. 9, 1862; appt’d. 1st Lt. & Aide-de-camp to Gen. Cobb, Aug. 26, 1863, to take rank Aug. 19, 1863; March 30, 1864 on staff of Gen. Cobb in Macon as Aide-de-camp where he was captured April 20, 1865 by 1st Brig., 2nd Cavalry Corps; received a B.L. degree in 1866 at the Univ. of GA; served as Judge of the city court of Athens for nearly thirty years; professor in the Univ. of GA law school from 1890-93; elected Trustee of the Univ. of GA in 1893;.m. Mary McKinley, a first cousin of the Barrows, May 22, 1865 in Baldwin Co.; d. Aug. 19, 1909; buried in Oconee Hill Cem., Athens, GA.

Conger, Hedges Abijah, b. Feb. 15, 1838 in Clarke Co., GA; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; adm. to Winder Hosp. Richmond Sept. 25, 1862; furl. Oct. 14, 1862 for 25 days; appt’d. 3rd Corp. Nov. 15, 1862; right arm broken and wounded in side by shell fragment May 12, 1864 near Spotsylvania C.H.; retired from wounds Nov. 18, 1864; employed at Forrest Hosp., Lauderdale, MS.; m. Maria Bernecia Mitchell Sept. 12, 1866 in Carnesville, GA; surveyor of Franklin Co., GA in 1890; d. Nov. 7, 1906 while visiting his sister, Mrs. J.W. Woods in Athens, GA; buried in the Crossroads Baptist Ch. Cem. near Carnesville, Franklin Co., GA.

Connelly, Champion, b. c. 1836; lived in the Athens home of M.G. Dicken in 1850; enlisted April 27, 1861; private; d. Dec. 23, 1861 of pneumonia; buried Dec. 25, 1861 in Camp Marion near Yorktown, VA.

Cooper, LaFayette Calhoun "Coon", b. c. 1841; from Carnesville, GA; Univ. of GA Class of 1863 matriculate; his father, Temple F. Cooper, b. July 19, 1805, was Capt. Of Co. K, 52nd Regt. GA Vol. Inf.; uncle of J.H. Patrick; enlisted April 24, 1861; appt'd. 2nd Corp.; appt'd. 2nd Sgt. Dec. 1861; appt'd. 1st Sgt. May 11, 1862 effective Jan. 1, 1862; appt'd. Ord. Sgt. Dec. 1862; elected 4th Lt. Feb. 18, 1863; April 20, 1863 appt'd. Jr. 2nd Lt.; appt'd. 2nd Lt. Jan. 1, 1864; furl. Feb. 1864; his father died in prison Feb. 2, 1864; taught school in Cotton Gin, Texas in 1867; merchant living at Fairfield, Freestone Co., TX in 1870. His family addressed him as Professor L.C. Cooper, Cotton Gin, Freestone Co., TX.

Cooper, W. A., enlisted Aug. 1, 1864; private; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; lived in Texas in 1890.

Cooper, William, born c. 1830 in Wilkes Co., GA; m. Elizabeth R. Anthony Feb. 19, 1852; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; d. Sept. 10, 1863 in the General Receiving Hosp. (Charity Hosp.) Gordonsville, VA of typhoid fever; buried behind the old Exchange Hotel in Gordonsville, VA, which was used as the Gordonsville General Receiving Hosp.; the graves were moved to Maplewood Cem. about 1872 some five miles to the west. The bodies are there in a plot of three acres.

Cory, Othniel E., native of NY; enlisted July 17, 1861; private; transf. Nov. 1, 1862 to Co. D, Cobb’s Legion Cavalry Bttn.; private; captured at Brookville, MD June 30, 1863 and sent to Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC; took the oath of allegiance to the United States Dec. 13, 1863 in Washington, DC., and reported his place of residence as Watertown, NY.

Crane, Benjamin Elliot, b. Dec. 12, 1835 in Athens, bro. to J.R. & W.F. Crane; bro.-in-law to C.P. Morton; grad. of the Univ. of GA in 1854; went to Troy, NY where he studied Civil Engineering at the Polytechnic Inst.; returned to Lexington GA and entered into a partnership with Mr. Langston; enlisted July 17, 1861; private; appt’d. company QM; commissioned Capt. and Act. QM in Cobb’s Legion May 15, 1862; commissioned and promoted to brigade QM in 1863 with the rank of Maj.; assigned to Gen. Henry Rootes Jackson’s staff as Brig. QM in Savannah GA Sept. 29, 1863; captured in Athens, GA May 8, 1865; entered into the business venture of Williams, Langston & Crane; m. Sarah Conley Clayton of Atlanta July 21, 1867; organized and served as President of the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce; chosen to preside over the National Commercial Convention in St. Louis in 1872; selected member of Georgia's Constitution Convention from the thirty-fifth District July 11, 1877; d. Jan. 15, 1885; buried in Oakland Cem., Atlanta, GA.

Crane, John Ross, b. Dec. 17, 1842 in Athens, GA; bro. to B.E. & W.F Crane; bro.-in-law to C.P. Morton; Univ. of GA Class of 1862 matriculate; enlisted July 17, 1861; private; appt’d. QM; detailed Jan. 1862-Aug. 1864 as wagonmaster in QM Dept. of Cobb’s Legion; wagonmaster for the H.Q. of the 1st Corps Arty. Sept. 1864 to at least Jan. 1865; served bal. of war; m. Fannie Thweatt Moore, sister of G.W. Moore in 1868; member of the firm of Griffeth & Crane for many years after the war; member of the Masonic Order; d. June 30, 1887; buried in Oconee Hill Cem., Athens, GA.

Crane, William F., b. c. 1840 in GA; bro. to B.E. & J.R. Crane; bro.-in-law to C.P. Morton; grad. Univ. of GA in 1860; enlisted Sept. 11, 1861; private; sick at Warm Springs Hosp. Sept. 1861; adm. to Gen. Hosp. #9 Richmond April 13, 1864 with rheumatism; transf. to Jackson Hosp. April 14, 1864; transf. to Gen. Hosp. Farmville, VA April 30, 1864; furl. July 19, 1864 for 60 days; paroled at Newton, N. C. by the 10th Michigan Cavalry about April 19, 1865; farmer; d. in 1869.

Crow, William, b. Aug. 8, 1834; enlisted May 3, 1862 in Co. D, Cobb’s Legion Inf. Bttn.; private; transf. to the Troup Artillery June 1864; private; d. Jan. 4, 1882; buried in the Jackson Family Cem., Ruth Jackson Rd., Oconee Co., GA.

Culp, Benjamin F., b. March 15, 1842 in Jackson Co., GA; lived in Clarke Co.; mercantile employee in Athens; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; appt’d. Corp.; appt’d. Sgt.; furl. June 2-Aug. 1, 1862 & May 1-June 8, 1864; served bal. of war; paroled at Lincolnton, NC; m. Selina A. Moon Aug. 10, 1867 in Clarke Co.; policeman in Athens for thirty-three years, the last six years as chief; d. Aug. 14, 1910; buried in Oconee Hill Cem., Athens, GA.

Dearing, Stephen T., b. c. 1834; bro. to W.P. Dearing; from Augusta, GA; enlisted Sept. 18, 1863; private; due to physical disability (congenital hernia in right side), by S.O. No. 301, Dec. 19, 1863, det. to serve as messenger in charge of stores at Navy Dept. in Augusta, GA; lived in Augusta in 1867; worked for the Southern Express Co. in Wilmington, NC, Jacksonville, FL and Augusta; d. April 4, 1873; buried in Magnolia Cem., Augusta.

Dearing, William P., b. July 1843 in Richmond Co., GA; bro. to S.T. Dearing; from Augusta, GA; enlisted May 3, 1862 in Co. A, Cobb’s Legion Cavalry Bttn.; pvt; captured Aug. 5, 1862 in the battle of Malvern Hill near Richmond; paroled from Ft. Wood Aug. 26, 1862; adm. to Gen. Hosp. #16 Oct. 28, 1862; ret. to duty Nov. 5, 1862; transf. to the Troup Artillery Nov. 13, 1862; private; prom. to 1st Lt. and Aide-de-camp in Gen. Marcellus A. Stovall’s staff of Stovall’s Brig. Feb. 19, 1864; took part in the battles around Atlanta and prom. to Maj. for bravery on the field; lived at Oxford, GA after the war; moved to Atlanta in 1895; d. April 22, 1922 in Atlanta; buried in West View Cem., Atlanta, GA.

Deavours, John C., b. c. 1829; lived in Jackson Co.; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; d. March 31, 1862 of typhoid pneumonia at Suffolk, VA.

Dicken, Henry C., b. c. 1839 as Henry H. Cawley; legitimized by Richard Dicken along with his sisters and his name was changed to Henry H. Dicken by an Act of the 1850 Georgia State Legislature; bro.-in-law to T. Montgomery; enlisted in Co. C, 2nd Regt. SC Inf. (2nd Palmetto Regt.) April 8, 1861; private; re-enlisted Feb. 7, 1862; wounded at Fredericksburg, Dec. 13, 1862; sent to a hospital remaining there through Feb. 1863; transf. June 30, 1863 to the Troup Artillery; private; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; m. Temperence J. Talbot Oct. 27, 1865; lived in TX in 1890.

Dicken, Mathew G., b. c. 1815 in GA; m. Elizabeth C. Klutts Aug. 27, 1840; father of R.D. Dicken; farmer; lived at Watkinsville, Clarke Co., GA; C. Connelly of the Troup Artillery lived in his Athens home in 1850; enlisted July 17, 1861; private; discharged. at reorganization April 29, 1862 due to over age; enlisted July 19, 1864 in Capt. Taylor’s Btty. in Athens.

Dicken, Robert D., b. Oct. 13, 1842 in GA; son of M.G. Dicken; farmer in Clarke Co.; 1st m. Sarah Ann H. N. Wade Oct. 4, 1859 in Clarke Co.; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; broke his leg and twisted his knee when he fell into a gully on the night of July 1, 1862 while carrying the wounded from the battlefield of Malvern Hill impairing him for life; discharged. due to the damage to his leg Aug. 17, 1862; Constable in Clarke Co. in 1864; farmer; 2nd m. Mollie M. Langford Dec. 22, 1863 in Clarke Co.; lived at McNutt, Oconee Co. in 1890; d. Aug. 7, 1898; buried in Mars Hill Baptist Ch. Cem., Oconee Co., GA.

Dickens, William Hope, b. 1823 in Clarke Co.; m. Sarah Ann Osborn Oct. 23, 1851 in Clarke Co.; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; discharged. April 29, 1862 for being over age; lived in Clarke Co., GA in 1867; d. Aug. 18, 1887 in Morgan Co., GA; buried in the Rutledge City Cem., Morgan Co., GA.

Dillard, Hinton Crawford "Crawf", b. c. 1842; bro. to J.R., P.F. & R.S. Dillard; cousin to J.F., J.L. & T.E. Dillard; farmed with his father; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; furl. Feb. 1864; adm. to Jackson Hosp., Richmond June 15, 1864 with dysenteria hemorrhoids; ret. to duty June 23, 1864; d. between Nov. 27, 1864 & Dec. 6, 1864 in Camp Callaway on Swift Creek below Richmond, VA.

Dillard, James Fielding, b. Jan. 24, 1842; bro. to J.L. Dillard; cousin to H.C., J.R., P.F., R.S. & T.E. Dillard; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; shortly after prom. to Corp.; appt’d. Sgt. May 11, 1862; served entire war; farmed near Arnoldsville, Oglethorpe Co., GA; m. Elizabeth Hutcheson March 21, 1871; lived in Crawford, GA in 1890; lived at Maxeys, GA in 1898; d. Dec. 17, 1909; buried in the Cherokee Corner Methodist Ch. Cem., Oglethorpe Co., GA.

Dillard, James Reuben, b. c. 1845; bro. to H.C., P.F. & R.S. Dillard; cousin to J.F., J.L. & T.E. Dillard; enlisted March 1, 1862; private; voluntarily captured at Gettysburg July 5, 1863 to nurse W.E. Biggers & W.A. Hemphill while in captivity; paroled and exch. at Point Lookout, MD Dec. 24, 1863; adm. to Gen. Hosp. #9 Richmond Dec. 28, 1863; sent to Jackson Hosp. Dec. 29, 1863; remained in hosp to Jan. 1864; sick furl. July 20, 1864 for 60 days; adm. to Jackson Hosp. Feb. 11, 1865; transf. to Farmville, VA Hosp. April 1, 1865; POW at Lynchburg, VA April 15, 1865;.farmer; m. M.A. Holtzendorf; lived in Oglethorpe Co., GA in 1890.

Dillard, Joseph Lemuel "Buddie", b. Sept. 5, 1843; bro. to J.F. Dillard; cousin to H.C., J.R., P.F., R.S. & T.E. Dillard; commissioned 2nd Lt. in the GA Militia, Dist. 227, Wolfskin PO, Lexington before the war; enlisted March 1, 1862 in the Troup Artillery; private; sick in camp Nov. 1862; d. Dec. 9, 1862 of typhoid fever in Richmond, VA; buried in Hollywood Cem., Richmond, VA.

Dillard, Peter Fielding, b. July 4, 1845 in Oglethorpe Co., GA; bro. to H.C., J.R. & R.S. Dillard; cousin to J.F., J.L & T.E. Dillard; enlisted June 1, 1863; private; wounded April 8, 1865 in the battle of Appomattox Sta.; went to CA in the fall of 1865; visited several countries & NW U.S.; settled in Almeda Co., CA. It is believed he married Molly Thurston in 1880 and moved to Tempe, AZ where he was involved in real estate. Family stories dictate he died in the late 1890s in Oglethorpe Co., and is buried in an unmarked grave in the Cherokee Corner Methodist Ch. Cem., Oglethorpe Co.

Dillard, Robert Simeon, b. Sept. 25, 1838; bro. to H.C., J.R. & P.F. Dillard; cousin to J.F., J.L. & T.E. Dillard; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; at Warm Springs Hosp. Oct. 1861; adm. to Chimborazo Hosp. #3 Richmond May 4, 1862; ret. to duty May 26, 1862; transf. to Lynchburg June 1, 1862; furl. Feb. 1864; served entire war; m. Fannie Stephens Daniel Oct. 13, 1868 in Wilkes Co., GA; d. May 1, 1913 in Wilkes Co.; buried in Phillips Mill Baptist Ch. Cem., Wilkes Co.

Dillard, Thomas Ellington, b. July 18, 1842 in Oglethorpe Co., GA; cousin to the other Dillards; enlisted March 1, 1862; private; killed by an artillery shell to his chest May 3, 1863 at Fredericksburg, VA; buried just off Telegraph Rd. about two miles south of Fredericksburg.

 Dorsey, Albert Steele, b. Nov. 23, 1834; bro. to A.B.C. Dorsey; m. Susan R. Doble Nov. 23, 1858 in Clarke Co.; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; appt’d. Sgt. May 1861; sick at Warm Springs Hosp. Oct. 1, 1861; discharged. Dec. 11, 1861; Tax Receiver in Clarke Co. in 1864; chief musician No. 1 July 15, 1864 in Capt. Moore’s Btty. of Athens, GA; dry goods merchant after the war; lived in Athens, GA in 1890; d. Jan. 2, 1892; buried in Oconee Hill Cem., Athens, GA.

 Dorsey, Andrew Benson Clarke, b. Jan. 26, 1837; bro. to A.S. Dorsey; Capt. of the Glade Guards Vol. Rifles of Poplar Springs, Hall Co., GA Jan. 18, 1861. The Glade Guards Vol. Rifles later became Co. I, 24th Regt. GA Vol. Inf., but he did not serve with the regiment. 1st m. Salonia Ann Gilmer February 21, 1861 in Hall Co., GA; enlisted Feb. 19, 1863 in the Troup Artillery; private; later appt’d. QM Sgt.; assn’d. duty at Gen. Hosp. #9 Dec. 31, 1863; served bal. of war; 2nd m. Margaret M. Cosby April 24, 1867 in Athens; lived in Gainesville, GA after the war; d. Aug. 6, 1902; buried in Alta Vista Cem., Gainesville, Hall Co., GA.

Doster, Francis "Frank" Marion, b. June 10, 1840 in Taliaferro Co., GA; bro. to W.T. Doster; uncle of H.T. Bouchelle; step-son of J.J. Williams; blacksmith; m. Nancy Celeste Smith in 1859; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; furl. Feb. 1864; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; lived at Bascobel (now Center) in Jackson Co., GA in 1890; farmer; d. March 16, 1916; buried in the old Methodist Ch. Cem., Bogart, GA.

Doster, William Thomas, b. Aug. 15, 1835 in Taliaferro Co., GA; bro. to F.M. Doster; uncle of H.T. Bouchelle; step-son of J.J. Williams; overseer; enlisted March 1, 1862; private; left in VA when army crossed into MD Sept. 1862; adm. to Petersburg Gen. Hosp. Nov. 20, 1862 with anasanca of lower limbs; ret. to duty Dec. 2, 1862; appt’d. teamster; sick furl. Feb. 1864 and entered hosp. in Decatur, GA; served bal. of war; sheriff of Oglethorpe Co., GA from 1881 to 1885; m. Rhoda A. Sanders, March 21, 1854; d. March 18, 1885 in Lexington; buried in Lexington Presbyterian Ch. Cem., Oglethorpe Co., GA.

Durham, Rubin "Rube" Thomas, b. July 28, 1841 in GA; enlisted April 25, 1861 in Co. K, 3rd Regt. GA Vol. Inf.; private; furnished substitute, Zeroh Kitchen, Aug. 17, 1862; enlisted in the Troup Artillery Dec. 6, 1863; private; assigned duty at Gen. Hosp. #9 Richmond Dec. 31, 1863; adm. to Jackson Hosp. Sept. 1, 1864 with scabies; ret. to duty Oct. 11, 1864; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; lived in Oconee Co., GA in 1890; d. Jan. 1, 1902; buried in Watkinsville City Cem., Oconee Co., GA.

Echols, James M., b. c. 1828 in GA; farmer in Clarke Co., GA in 1850; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; adm. to Howard Grove Hosp. Aug. 21, 1862 with gastritis; ret. to duty Oct. 20, 1862; adm. to Gen. Hosp. #19 Richmond Jan. 1, 1863; adm. to Winder Hosp. Feb. 19, 1863; ret. to duty March 18, 1863; at Winder Hosp. Sept. 1, 1863; adm. to Gen. Hosp. #9 Sept. 10, 1863; home on sick furl. Feb. 1864; adm. to Jackson Hosp. Sept. 15, 1864 with pneumonia; furl. at home for 30 days Sept. 26, 1864; d. Nov. 6, 1864 of disease.

Edwards, Ellijay "Elijah" Flournoy, b. Oct. 24, 1842 in Oglethorpe Co., GA; enlisted May 15, 1861 in Co. K, 8th Regt. GA Vol. Inf.; private; transf. to the Troup Artillery May 12, 1862; private; served bal. of war; moved to Covington, GA; m. Addie Bryan in Newton Co. Oct. 13, 1868; Mayor of Covington; served as Judge of the Court of Ordinary of Newton Co. from 1881 to 1888; for one term he represented the 27th Senatorial Dist., and was clerk of the Co. Commissioners for many years; d. May 22, 1902; buried in Covington City Cem., Newton Co., GA.

Edwards, John W., b. Aug. 25, 1838; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; at Warm Springs Hosp. Oct. 1861; adm. to Chimborazo Hosp. #3 May 4, 1862; ret. to duty May 26, 1862; sent to Lynchburg Hosp. June 1, 1862 with typhoid fever; appt’d. Corp. June 1862; wounded July 1, 1862 at Malvern Hill; appt’d. Sgt.; stunned by the explosion of a shell on July 2, 1863 at Gettysburg while standing on a stump to see the effects of his shells. The powder burns to his face were carried to his grave; on furl. July 11-Aug. 25, 1863; served entire war; lived at Halls Mill in 1890; minister in Linwood, Bartow Co., GA in 1898; d. Nov. 19, 1912; buried in Carmel Ch. Cem., Bartow Co., GA.

Eidson, James M., b. c. 1836 in GA; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; lived in Atlanta, GA in 1880 & 1890; m. Eliza ___; brickmason. (verify - buried in Corinth Baptist Ch. Cem., Watkinsville, GA.)

Ellington, Charles Simeon, b. in 1846 in Wilkes Co., GA; enlisted Nov. 1, 1863; private; served bal. of war; m. Julia H. Turpin, Feb. 10, 1876, in Augusta, GA; lived in Atlanta; returned to Wilkes Co.; d. July 21, 1890; buried in Resthaven Cem., Washington, Wilkes Co., GA.

England, Elijah "Elizur" Theodore, b. 1843 in NE GA; bro. to E.S. & W.A. England; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; appt’d. Corp. Nov. 15, 1862; color bearer at battle of Gettysburg; served with the Troup Artillery until the spring of 1865; joined Dorough’s Bttn. of Cavalry in Athens; captured and paroled at Athens, May 8, 1865; 1st m. Kate C. Young Nov. 1866; 2nd m. Mrs. Fannie M. Prior in Hall Co., GA, Jan. 5, 1884; went to Texas in 1882; moved to Barboursville, KY in 1890; d. April 8, 1926 at Barboursville, KY; buried in Oakland Cem., Atlanta, GA in 1927. His wife received a widow’s pension in Knox Co., KY Aug. 17, 1928.

England, Elisha Stanhope "Dick", b. Jan. 15, 1840 in Towns Co., GA; bro. to E.T. & W.A. England; enlisted June 6, 1861; private; at Henningsen Hosp. Richmond, VA Aug. 31, 1863; adm. to Gen. Hosp. #9 Richmond, VA Sept. 10, 1863; sent to Winder Hosp. Sept. 11, 1863; at Henningsen Hosp. Sept. 21, 1863; served bal. of war; 1st m. Sallie Virginia Bagwell Jan. 12, 1869; 2nd m. Fannie Coulter June 17, 1888; lived in TX in 1890; lived at Commerce, TX in 1898; d. Oct. 19, 1912 at Commerce, TX; buried in Rose Mound Cem., Commerce, TX.

England, Willis Alphonso, b. Nov. 10, 1831 in Towns Co., GA; m. Martha Katherine England of Union Co. Dec. 24, 1856; bro. to E.T. & E.S. England; enlisted Sept. 27, 1862 in the Inf. Bttn. of Smith’s Legion, GA Vols.; private; transf. to Co. G, 65th Regt. GA Vol. Inf. March 1863; detailed to arrest deserters in Towns Co., GA, April 10, 1863; appt’d. 2nd Sgt. May 1, 1863; reported AWOL Oct. 31, 1863; transf. to the Troup Artillery in fall of 1863; private; transf. to Lumpkin’s Btty. of Palmer’s Brig.; transf. to Capt. Dorough’s Cavalry Co.; received furl. at end of war; Sexton of Oconee Hill Cem. in early 1890’s; d. June 27, 1905 at Athens, GA; buried in Oconee Hill Cem., Athens, GA.

Ferguson, Lorenzo Dow, b. c. 1836; carriage maker and mechanic; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; received disability discharged. June 3, 1861; enlisted April 1, 1862 in Co. H, Cobb’s Legion Cavalry Bttn.; private; absent at home on horse detail Oct. 1864; d. between 1864 & June 1866, buried in Marietta, GA.

Flournoy, Robert, b. Sept. 26, 1843 in Athens, GA; entered the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis in 1859; appt’d. Acting Midshipman in the U.S. Navy; resigned Jan. 12, 1861; enlisted April 24, 1861 in the Troup Artillery; private; appt’d. Acting Midshipman in the C.S. Navy July 8, 1861; served on C.S. Steamers Georgia and Savannah, Savannah Squadron, 1861-1863 & CSS Patrick Henry in 1863; resigned July 8, 1864; enlisted in Co. C, 2nd KY Cavalry under Gen. John Hunt Morgan; transf. to Capt. Radcliff’s Co. of Cavalry until Jan. 1865; transf. to General Reynold’s command in the Dept. of NE GA and r emained with the command until they surrendered in Athens, GA the end of April 1865; member of the Odd Fellow Lodge in Athens and keeper of the hall of his lodge for thirty years; received a pension in Clarke Co., GA in 1908; d. Feb. 28, 1912 in Athens; buried in Oconee Hill Cem.

Fox, O’Hara, b. Oct. 31, 1824 in NY; machinist; lived with G. McCarty in Augusta, GA in 1850; enlisted July 17, 1861; private; by S.O. No. 64 dated March 17, 1863, A. & I.G. Off. was detailed to the GA RR in Augusta; absent on record of Feb. 1864; detailed to the Augusta RR; m. Margaret Hardman of PA in 1864; engineer for the GA RR in Augusta after the war; d. Oct. 25, 1896; buried in Memory Hill Cem., Milledgeville, GA.

Franklin, Sidney J., b. c. 1842 in Galveston, TX; enlisted Aug. 21, 1861 in Co. D, 5th TX Inf. at Harrisburg, TX; adm. to Chimborazo Hosp. #3 Richmond March 24, 1862; ret. to duty March 29, 1862; left sick at Charlottesville, VA June 20, 1862; by S.O. No. 271/1, Dec. 19, 1862, transf. to the Troup Artillery; private; served bal. of war; d. prior to 1890 at Galveston, TX.

Frierson, James Littleberry, b. April 19, 1845 in Clarke Co., GA; clerk; enlisted Feb. 19, 1863; private; served bal. of war; moved to TN in 1876; in TN in 1890; lived at Charlotte, Dickson Co., TN when he filed for a pension in 1905; d. March 22, 1906; buried in Big Springs Cumberland Presbyterian Ch. Cem. near Charlotte, TN.

Gann, Jesse, b. March 1833 in Clarke Co., GA; m. Mary Ann Hamilton May 12, 1859 in Clarke Co.; enlisted Aug. 24, 1861 in Co. L, 3rd Regt. GA Vol. Inf.; private; enlisted in the Troup Artillery May 12, 1862; private ; appt’d. teamster Oct. 1, 1862 & remained a teamster until last record when he drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; appt’d. Corp.; farmer; lived in Athens, GA in 1890-91; lived in Bogart, GA in 1907; d. Nov. 21, 1914 while visiting his son in Atlanta; buried in West View Cem., Atlanta, GA.

Gee, William H., enlisted May 12, 1862; private; adm. to Chimborazo Hosp. with chronic diarrhea Sept. 25, 1862; d. Oct. 9, 1862 of typhoid fever at Chimborazo Hosp. in Richmond, VA.

Gerdine, Joseph Henry Lumpkin, b. Oct. 21, 1841 in the home of his grandfather, Judge Joseph Henry Lumpkin, at Lexington, Oglethorpe Co., GA; nephew to C.M., E.P. & F.G. Lumpkin; lived with his father, Wm. L.C. Gerdine, in MS in 1850; grad. of Princeton Univ. in 1859; Univ. of GA class of 1861 B. L. matriculate; attorney; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; adm. to Episcopal Ch. Hosp. Williamsburg, VA Dec. 13, 1861 with parotitis; ret. to duty Dec. 18, 1861; appt’d. Ord. Sgt. Feb. 1862 replacing L.C. Cooper in this position; appt’d. 3d Sgt. May 17, 1862; wounded (compound fracture to lower third of right thigh which shortened his leg one to two inches) Sept. 17, 1862 at Sharpsburg, MD and captured; paroled Sept. 30, 1862; adm. to Gen. Hosp. #14 in Richmond; discharged. from service due to wound Dec. 1, 1862; by S.O. No. 9, Jan. 12, 1864, detailed to enrolling duty in the conscript dept. at Macon, GA; later on roll in commissary dept. at Columbus, MS; served there to end of war; 1st m. Mary Madeline Lumpkin Aug. 13, 1863 in Rome, GA; 2nd m. Rebecca Cureton Murrah Oct. 22, 1867 in Pickens Co., AL; practiced law in West Point, MS after the war; moved to Athens for a few years; spent the last two years in Bradenton, FL; d. April 12, 1921; buried in Oconee Hill Cem., Athens, GA.

Griffeth, John James, b. c. 1839; lived near Watkinsville; native of GA; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; sent sick from Huntersville to Warm Springs Hosp. Oct. 1, 1861; discharged. Dec. 13, 1861.

 Guest, William P., b. 1833 in Pickens Dist., SC; 1st m. Martha Moore Feb. 20, 1851 in Franklin Co., GA; wagoner (wagon driver) while living in the home of F.C. Brown of Elbert Co. in 1860; enlisted March 1, 1862; private; appt’d. wagoner; wounded July 1, 1862 at Malvern Hill, VA; discharged. Aug. 4, 1862; 2nd m. Claricy Walters 1863/1864 and possibly lived in NC; lived in Henry Co. GA Jan. 1864; lived in NC in 1865; lived in GA in 1867; lived in Towns Co., GA in 1870; lived in Columbus, GA in 1890; received a pension in 1898 in Muscogee Co., GA; d. in 1909 in Macon Co., NC. (see John J. McConnell)

Hale, Edward Thomas, b. c. 1835 in GA; bro. to J.R. Hale; overseer; m. Susan Lampkin Oct. 6, 1852 in Clarke Co.; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; wounded at Fredericksburg May 3, 1863; adm. to Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, VA May 31, 1863 with Vuln. Contusion; ret. to duty June 9, 1863; adm. to Gen. Hosp. Staunton, VA June 14, 1863; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; d. prior to 1890 in AR.

Hale, James Robert, b. Dec. 29, 1829 in Clarke Co., GA; bro. to E.T. Hale; m. Sarah E. Stapler Nov. 13, 1850 in Jackson Co.; farmer; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; d. Feb. 29, 1908; buried in Prospect United Methodist Ch. Cem. on the Clarke Co./Jackson Co., line.

Hale, James W., b. Oct. 15, 1845 in GA; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; adm. to Winder Hosp. #4 Sept. 25, 1862; furl. from Winder Hosp. #3 Oct. 11, 1862 for 30 days; adm. to Jackson Hosp. June 15, 1864 with febrois int.; ret. to duty June 23, 1864; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; lived at Winterville, Clarke Co., GA In 1890-92; d. March 14, 1897; buried near Winterville in the Tuck-Hale-Yarborough C em., Clarke Co., GA.

Hale, John T., b. April 25, 1838; farmer; discharged. July 21, 1862 from Co. D, Cobb’s Legion Inf. due to recurring pneumonia; enlisted in the Troup Artillery March 7, 1863; private; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; m. Mary A. Tucker Dec. 1866 in Oglethorpe Co.; lived at Winterville, Clarke Co., GA in 1890; d. April 17, 1899; buried in the Hale-Meyer Cem., corner of Cherokee Rd. and Shoals Creek Rd. near Winterville, Clarke Co., GA.

Hale, Robert O., b. c. 1837 in GA; overseer; m. Lucy Dean Tucker Nov. 20, 1856 in Oglethorpe Co.; enlisted March 1, 1862; private; d. June 15, 1862 of typhoid fever in Richmond, VA.

Hale, Robert O., b. c. 1837 in GA; overseer; m. Lucy Dean Tucker Nov. 20, 1856 in Oglethorpe Co.; enlisted March 1, 1862; private; d. June 15, 1862 of typhoid fever in Richmond, VA.

Harden, Rob Roy, b. c. 1807; slave of General Edward Harden of Savannah; servant of his daughter, Miss Mary Harden of Athens; served with the Troup Artillery as forager and attended horses from the time they left Athens, April 24, 1861, until they returned in 1865; lived in Athens after the war; d. Nov. 1902 and was buried in the colored cemetery in Athens.

Harris, Warren G., enlisted Feb. 10, 1863; private; drew clothing June 1, 1864.

Haskey, C. P., (could be Calvin P. Kirkley) no enlisted date; private; captured after battle at Appomattox Sta., VA April 8, 1865; paroled by Lt. Col. T.L. Barker 36th MA Vols. between April 11 & 21, 1865 at Farmville, VA.

Hearn, E. Abner, b. Sept. 18, 1832 in Wake Co., NC; moved to GA in 1859; miller; enlisted April 26, 1861; private; captured after battle at Appomattox Sta., VA April 8, 1865; paroled by Lt. Col. T.L. Barker 36th MA Vols. between April 11 & 21, 1865 at Farmville, VA; raised livestock in Warren Co., GA in 1870; received pension in Warren Co. Jan. 1903; d. March 14, 1903 of heart disease; buried in the Prospect Methodist Ch. Cem., Prospect Ch. Rd., Norwood, Warren Co., GA.

Hemphill, Robert "Bowen" Alexander, b. May 5, 1847 in Athens; bro. to W.A. Hemphill; enlisted May 10, 1864, 5 days after his 14th birthday; private; captured at Appomattox Sta., VA April 8, 1865; paroled by Lt. Col. T.L. Barker 36th MA Vols. between April 11 & 21, 1865 at Farmville, VA; arr. home in Athens May 3, 1865; grad. of the Univ. of GA in 1870; moved to Atlanta; rose to business manager of the Atlanta Constitution newspaper; m. Mamie Pitts; trustee of the Decatur Orphan’s Home for forty-eight years and chairman of its board the last twenty-eight years; member of the general staff of the United Confederate Veterans for twenty years; d. Aug. 7, 1930 in Atlanta; buried in Oakland Cem., Atlanta, GA.

Hemphill, William Arnold, b. May 5, 1842 in Athens; bro. to R.A. Hemphill; dropped out of the Univ. of GA to join the Troup Artillery; class of 1861 matriculate; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; sick at Warm Springs, VA Oct. 1, 1861; appt’d. Corp. June 20, 1862; received case shot wound, compound fracture to inferior maxillary July 2, 1863 at Gettysburg; captured July 5, 1863; transf. to Prov. Marshall and sent to DeCamp Gen. Hosp. July 21, 1863, David’s Island, NY Harbor; paroled there and received at City Point, VA for exchange Sept. 8, 1863; adm. to Petersburg CSA Hosp. Sept. 8, 1863; furl. Sept. 18, 1863; by S.O. No. 181, Aug. 2, 1864, detailed to the Nitre & Mining Bureau, Augusta, GA; served as Lt. in Moore’s Arty. of Athens; remained in Athens until he moved to Atlanta in 1867; opened the Male School for boys on the corner of Crew and Jones Sts., the site of the old Atlanta Stadium; established the Atlanta Constitution newspaper in 1868; remained as controlling stockholder until he sold his interest in Dec. 1901; elected head of the Atlanta Bd. of Ed. in 1869; served as Atlanta alderman in 1888; Mayor pro tem in 1889; Mayor of Atlanta in 1891-1892; at one time president of the Capital City Bank, on board of directors of the Cotton States & International Expo. and held many other prominent offices; married four times: 1. Annie Wood of Athens, 2. Mrs. Mary Anderson, 3. Mrs. E. B. Luckie March 7, 1871, 4. Mrs. Mabel Wilcox of Rome, GA; d. Aug. 17, 1902; buried in Oakland Cem., Atlanta, GA. His greatest contribution to the city of Atlanta was to tap the Chattahoochee River to supply water for the city and to build a pumping station and reservoirs (still in use) on Hemphill Ave.

Hill, Alexander Alonzo Franklin, b. Dec. 4, 1826; attended college; studied medicine and served as surgeon in the U. S. Navy; studied law; editor of the Athens Southern Banner newspaper; ensign in the Athens Guards in 1854; Attorney at Law; organized and elected Captain of the National Artillery July 31, 1858; Captain of the Troup Artillery when they changed their name to the Troup Artillery Jan. 2, 1861; appointed 1st Lt. Co. A, 1st Georgia Regulars early Feb. 1861; resigned as Capt. Of Troup Artillery Feb. 13, 1861; elected Capt. Co. A, 1st GA Regs. June 18, 1861; temp Capt. Co. L & then Co. M (July 25, 1861); leave of absence May 16, 1864 for provost duty; ret. to regt. June 10, 1864; wounded at battle of Waterloo, SC July 1864; promoted to Major Sept. 3, 1864; lived in Eufaula, AL; m. Gazalena Williams June 16, 1869; d. Jan. 9, 1872; buried in Oconee Hill Cem., Athens, GA.

Hill, Jesse T., b. July 21, 1836 in Greenville, SC; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; transf. to Cobb’s Legion May 13, 1862; private; attach. to 1st Corps Dept. QM & Ord. Train; paroled at Appomattox CH April 9, 1865; lived near Georgia Factory (now Whitehall), Clarke Co., GA in 1890; d. March 30, 1909; buried in the Whitehall Baptist Ch. Cem., Clarke Co., GA.

Homer, George A., b. Jan. 1835 in Monson, MA; merchant in Clarke Co.; enlisted April 24, 1861; 3rd Sgt.; furl. July 1, 1861; reported disability, chronic rheumatism and discharged. Dec. 27, 1861 while in Camp Marion; rejoined company; served bal of war; paroled at Newton, N. C. by the 10th Michigan Cavalry about April 19, 1865; jewelry dealer in Clarke Co. in 1870.

Hopkins, John W., enlisted Feb. 12, 1862; private; transf. to Co. D, Cobb’s Legion Inf. Bttn. May 18, 1863; private; paroled at Appomattox CH, VA April 9, 1865; m. Susan P. Hopkins July 26, 1866 in Madison Co., GA; lived in Oglethorpe Co. in 1867; moved to TX in 1894; d. Aug. 29, 1894 near Bonham, Fannin Co., TX.

Hoyt, Robert T., b. Dec. 24, 1835 in Clarke Co.; enlisted Dec. 13, 1861 in Co. B, GA Hussars which became Co. D, 2nd Bttn. GA Cavalry; sent sick to an Athens, GA hosp. Aug. 1862; detailed Sept. 18, 1862 to report to his brother, Dr. William D. Hoyt at Gen. Hosp. #13 in Richmond, VA to special duty as an apothecary; by S.O. No. 114, May 13, 1863, transf. to the Troup Artillery; private; paroled at Newton, N. C. by the 10th Michigan Cavalry about April 19, 1865; elected Foreman of Pioneer Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1 in Athens June 28, 1865; m. Anna Cothran Dec. 17, 1867 in Floyd Co., GA druggist in Rome, GA; d. Jan. 3, 1886; buried in Myrtle Hill Cem., Rome, GA.

Hudson, Thomas Floyd, b. May 10, 1837 in Franklin Co., GA; lived in Jackson Co. in 1860; enlisted March 1, 1862; private; furl. Feb. 1864; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; m. Anne L. ___; farmer in the Sandy Creek Dist. of Clarke Co., GA; d. Sept. 7, 1898; buried in the Hudson Family Cem. on the old D. A. Sailor’s farm about four and one-half miles from Athens, and about one-half mile off Hwy. 441.

Huggins, Alsa Moore, b. May 1843; Univ. of GA class of 1862 matriculate; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; on report of Gen. Hosp. #17 Richmond Sept. 24, 1862; furl. Sept. 24, 1862 f or 60 days; d. Oct. 8, 1862 from a severe attack of dysentery at the residence of his father, John I. Huggins in Athens, GA; probably buried in Jackson St. Cem. near his father. There are several broken and unreadable stones in this lot.

Hughes, E. M., (could be Thomas M. Hughes), enlisted April 24, 1861; private; captured at Appomattox Sta., VA April 8, 1865; paroled by Lt. Col. T.L. Barker, 36th MA Vols. between April 11 & 21, 1865 at Farmville, VA.

Hughes, John H., b. in 1840 in Athens, GA; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; appt’d. Sgt. Maj. May 11, 1862; furl. March 7-28, 1863; appt’d. Ord. Sgt. in April 1863; furl. Feb. 1864; served as Sgt. bal. of war; worked fifteen to twenty years with the wholesale clothing firm of Naumburg, Krans & Lane of NY City; d. Jan. 2, 1890 in Atlanta; buried in Oconee Hill Cem., Athens, GA.

Hughes, Thomas M., b. July 1, 1841 in Abbeville Dist., SC; lived in Watkinsville, GA; enlisted July 17, 1861; private; left shoulder blade broken by a shell fragment May 3, 1863 at Fredericksburg; adm. to Gen. Hosp. #1 for thirty-seven days; furl. June 13, 1863 for 60 days and extended another 90 days before returning to the company; shot through the left ear and hit in the back of the head by minnie balls May 12, 1864 at Spotsylvania CH; sent to the hospital; ret. to duty early June 1864; captured at Appomattox Sta., VA April 8, 1865; paroled by Lt. Col. T.L. Barker 36th MA Vols. between April 11 & 21, 1865 at Farmville, VA; shoemaker by trade before & after war; m. Susan ___ July 1868 in Lauderdale Co., AL; moved to TN Nov. 9, 1872; night watchman for the L & N RR; d. Oct. 12, 1914; buried in Greenwood Cem., Clarksville TN.

Hunter, John J., b. Dec. 17, 1844 in Jackson Co., GA; lived in Athens before the war; enlisted Nov. 11, 1862; private; discharged. March 1863 while at Camp Helen due to sickness; enlisted Feb. 1864 in Lumpkin’s Co. GA Arty.; paroled May 1, 1865 at Greensboro, NC; farmer and clerk; m. Rusha C. Browning June 17, 1869 in Clarke County; lived in Jackson Co., GA in 1890; d. Oct. 1, 1913; buried in Liberty Methodist Ch. Cem., Hoschton, Jackson Co., GA.

Jennings, Giles H., enlisted Feb. 14, 1862; private; d. July 15, 1862 in Richmond; buried in Hollywood Cem., Richmond, VA.

Jennings, Giles Robert, b. Feb. 23, 1846 in Clarke Co., GA; bro. to H.S. & J.J. Jennings; bro.-in-law to J.E. Bradberry and J.T. Butler; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; discharged.; farmer in Clarke Co. in 1864; m. Susan Serena Thompson Oct. 12, 1869 in Clarke Co.; lived in Oconee Co. in 1890; d. June 23, 1927 in Athens, GA; buried in Mars Hill Baptist Ch. Cem., Oconee Co., GA.

Jennings, Henry S., Jr., b. April 2, 1839 in Clarke Co., GA; bro. to G.R. and J.J. Jennings; bro.-in-law to J.E. Bradberry and J.T. Butler; teacher; enlisted July 17, 1861; private; elected 2nd Lt. at reorganization April 29, 1862; wounded in right knee July 3, 1863 at Gettysburg; adm. to Hosp. #14 in Richmond July 15, 1863; furl. July 17, 1863 for 30 days; detach. from the company in Feb. 1865 and given charge of the ordnance of Cabell’s Arty. Bttn., a duty which entitled him to the rank of C aptain, but the war closed so soon afterward he was never commissioned as such; served bal. of war; m. three times: 1. Jane McWhorter in 1866, 2. Francis E. Callahan Sept. 15, 1867 in Clarke Co., 3. Sarah F. Jackson in 1871; farmer in Clarke Co.; came to Atlanta in 1884; joined the police force in 1887; rose in rank and became chief of the Atlanta Police Dept. in 1905; retired in 1910 to accept the managership of the Pinkerton Detective Agency; 33rd degree Mason, a Shriner & a Knight Templar; d. July 10, 1916; buried in Oakland Cem., Atlanta, GA.

Jennings, James Jackson, b. Sept. 4, 1822 near Tuckston, GA; m. Jerusha Antonet Conner Oct. 21, 1849; enlisted Dec. 8, 1863; private; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; Major in the Athens Police Dept.; lived near Athens in 1890; d. Jan. 3, 1914; buried in the Jackson Family Cem., Ruth Jackson Rd. off Hwy. 78 in Oconee Co., GA.

Jennings, James Jefferson, b. May 5, 1837 in Clarke Co.; bro. to G.R. and H.S. Jennings; bro.-in-law to J.E. Bradberry and J.T. Butler; enlisted July 17, 1861; discharged. Dec. 12, 1861; re-enlisted March 1, 1862; private; furl. Feb. 1864; captured at Appomattox Sta. April 8, 1865; paroled by Lt. Col. T.L. Barker 36th MA Vols. between April 11 & 21, 1865 at Farmville, VA; m. Mary C. Rowe Feb. 17, 1875 in Clarke Co; lived in Watkinsville, GA in 1890-92; d. Feb. 27, 1920; buried in Buena Vista Cem. in Clarke Co., GA.

Jennings, Sanford D., b. 1841, lived in Clarke Co., GA.; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; d. Sept. 3, 1862 of typhoid fever at the Brigade Hosp. in Richmond, VA. His father, Robert Jennings, claimed his back pay. He never married.

Jennings, William Jones, b. Feb. 10, 1833 in GA; m. Susan Emily Harris May 24, 1860 in Walton Co.; enlisted Sept. 4, 1862; private; severely wounded in the left knee & thigh May 3, 1863 at Fredericksburg; adm. to Howard’s Grove Hosp. May 9, 1863; transf. to Winder Hosp. Aug. 11, 1863; ret. to duty Nov. 1863; adm. to Jackson Hosp., Richmond, VA Aug. 24, 1864 with Febrois Remit.; furl. Sept. 8, 1864 for 30 days; on extra duty in Cabell’s Arty. Bttn. as mail carrier the month of March 1864; served bal. of war; lived at Bethlehem in Walton Co., GA in 1890; d. Oct. 28, 1909 in Barrow, GA; buried in the Harris Family Cem. #1 on GA Hwy. 11 in Walton Co., 300 yards from the Barrow Co. line.

Johnson, James J., b. c. 1833 in GA; laborer; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; d. July 8, 1862 in Richmond, VA.

Johnson, James "Forney" or "Foney" M. A., b. June 21, 1834; clerk in Watkinsville, GA; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; sick furl. with typhoid fever Aug. 18, 1861; ret. to duty Jan. 12, 1862; slight wound Sept. 17, 1862 at Sharpsburg; slight wound to hand July 3, 1863 at Gettysburg; furl. Feb. 1864; served entire war; lived in Clarke Co., GA in 1867; lived in Oconee Co., GA in 1890.

Jonas, Thomas A., b. June 30, 1839 in Chester Dist., SC; moved to GA June 13, 1857; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; adm. to Winder #5 Hosp. Sept. 25, 1862; ret. to duty Oct. 7, 1862; partially deaf from a shell explosion at Gettysburg; furl. Feb. 1864; adm. to Jackson Hosp. Richmond April 18, 1864 with bilious fever; transf. to Danville, VA Hosp. May 22, 1864 with chronic diarrhea; ret. to duty June 2, 1864; served bal. of war; farmer in Oconee Co.; d. April 28, 1915; buried in Mars Hill Baptist Ch. Cem., Oconee Co., GA.

Jones, William Henry Paine, b. Aug. 4, 1832 in GA; trader; 1st m. Eliza Mead Harrison Jan. 1, 1856 in Clarke Co; enlisted April 24, 1861; 4th Corp.; reduced to private June 1862; slight wound (hit in leg by artillery shell) Sept. 17, 1862 at Sharpsburg; Jan. 1864 sentenced to forty-two days of solitary confinement in Castle Thunder for stabbing Jesse Williams Sept. 8, 1863 in a knife fight; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; 2nd m. Martha Jane Puryear Oct. 18, 1866; killed by gun shot by Mr. Aycock Feb. 23, 1872 in Clarke Co., GA.

Kenney, John J (ames) N(athaniel), b. c. 1831 in GA; m. Eliza Frances Bradley Dec. 14, 1854 in Clarke Co.; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; killed Sept. 14, 1862 at Crampton’s Gap, M D. He is probably buried in Washington Confederate Cem. Hagerstown, MD with the other unknown Confederates who died at Crampton’s Gap, South Mountain and Sharpsburg. A memorial marker with his name and those of Cobb's Brigade who were killed at Crampton’s Gap was erected by the Athens (GA) Hist. Soc., and dedicated Sept. 14, 1992, at Gathland State Park, near Burkittsville, MD. He has a memorial marker next to his wife in Prospect Ch. Cem., Clarke Co./Jackson Co. line.

Kinnebrew, Eugene Corrydon, b. Feb. 9, 1842 in GA; lived in Bairdstown, Oglethorpe Co. before the war; 1859 honor grad. of the Univ. of GA; m. Georgia A. Lyle Aug. 4, 1859, sister of L.M. Lyle; enlisted July 17, 1861; private; sick furl. Dec. 4, 1861-Feb. 4, 1862; slight wound S ept. 17, 1862 at Sharpsburg; appt’d. Corp. Nov. 15, 1862; furl. Feb. 1864; taught school for the men of Troup Artillery in Camp Callaway Nov. 1864; served bal. of war; became a lawyer, taught school, lived at Greensboro and Elberton, GA; became a Judge and Internal Rev. Comm. for the Athens territory; lived in Athens, GA in 1890; m. Ossie Briscoe Sept. 8, 1906 in Athens; drew a pension in Clarke Co. in 1910; d. in Athens Dec. 7, 1913.

Kirkley, Calvin P., (see C.P. Haskey) b. Sept. 12, 1828 in Morgan Co., GA; printer; enlisted March 1, 1862; private; served bal. of war; lived near Lula Junction, Hall Co., GA 1890-95.

Kittle, William F., b. c. 1841 in GA; enlisted June 26, 1861 in Co. A, Phillips’ Legion Inf. Bttn.; transf. to Troup Artillery Dec. 21, 1862; private; captured at Appomattox Sta. April 8, 1865; paroled by Lt. Col. T.L. Barker 36th MA Vols. between April 11 & 21, 1865 at Farmville, VA; m. Martha Ann Hood Feb. 27, 1867; barkeeper in 1870; d. Feb. 24, 1874 in Athens, GA.

Lamar, Andrew Jackson, b. May 5, 1847 in Athens, GA; name changed from William to Andrew when his father died in 1848; enlisted June 1, 1864; private; served bal. of war; paroled in Lincolnton, North Carolina in April 1865; 1st m. Martha Ellsworth Jan. 8, 1878 in Mobile, AL; minister in AL in 1890; 2nd m. Mary Virginia Urquhart of MS June 9, 1897; received a degree of Dr. Of Divinity (Honorary) in 1895 from Southern University, Greensboro, AL; clergyman in Montgomery, AL in 1900; lived in Nashville, TN in 1905; with the Southern Methodist Publishing House in Nashville, TN in June 1914; d. March 27, 1933; buried in Greenwood Cem., Montgomery, AL.

Lane, W. F., enlisted between May and June 1864; private; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864.

Langford, George Milton, b. May 31, 1846 in Clarke Co. GA; enlisted Feb. 3, 1864; private; on Jackson Hosp. roll April 30, 1864; adm. to Jackson Hosp. June 5, 1864 with rheumatism; paroled at Augusta, GA May 25, 1865; lived in Atlanta in 1898; carriage maker; lived in Conyers, GA in 1902; d. March 14, 1904 at his home in Atlanta; buried in East View Cem., Rockdale Co., GA.

LaPrade, Vincent Henry, b. Jan. 4, 1828 in Pittsylvania City, VA; bro.-in-law to J.M. York; m. Melinda Angeline Jones Feb. 4, 1852; lived at the foot of Oakey Mtn. in Habersham Co., GA; enlisted May 19, 1862; private; furl. Feb. 1864; adm. to Jackson Hosp. in Richmond June 19, 1864 with diarrhea; ret. to duty July 22, 1864; served bal. of war; farmer; d. Sept. 15, 1887; buried in Oakey Mtn. Baptist Ch. Cem., N. of Clarkesville, GA.

Ledbetter, Joseph William, b. July 23, 1845 in GA; enlisted July 11, 1861 in Co. A, 16th Regt. GA Vol. Inf.; private; discharged. while in Camp Bryan, VA, Nov. 14, 1861; enlisted in the Troup Artillery Feb. 10, 1863, private; adm. to Charlottesville, VA Gen. Hosp. May 31, 1863 with Feb. Remit.; furl. July 18, 1863 for 40 days; m. Sara Elizabeth Smith while at home on furlough; shot through the right lung by a shell fragment May 8, 1864 at Spotsylvania CH; adm. to Jackson Hosp. March 3, 1865 with v.s. breast min. B.; furl. March 9, 1865 for 60 days; lived in Oconee Co., GA in 1890; received a pension in Oconee Co. in 1896; d. May 19, 1920; buried in the Winder Chapel Christian Ch. Cem., Barrow Co., GA.

Lee, Absalom E. "Tip", b. c. 1836; lived in Watkinsville, GA; Univ. of GA class of 1857 matriculate; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; wounded in left thigh Sept. 14, 1862 at Crampton’s Gap; adm. to Gen. Hosp. #12 Richmond Sept. 22, 1862; furl. Oct. 3,-Dec. 5, 1862; appt’d. Corp. Nov. 15, 1862; killed May 10, 1864 at Spotsylvania CH; buried in a soldier's grave; re-interred in the Spotsylvania CH Confederate Cem., Spotsylvania Co., VA.

Lilly, John, b. April 22, 1842 in Athens, GA; enlisted April 27, 1861; private; wounded at Spotsylvania CH between May 9-12, 1864; served entire war; brick and stone mason; m. Charity Elizabeth Hughes Feb. 10, 1867 in Clarke Co., GA; lived near Athens, GA in 1890; d. Nov. 14, 1906 in Atlanta; buried in West View Cem., Atlanta, GA.

Lombard, Charles B., b. c. 1821 in Auburn, NY; Captain of the Athens Guards in 1854; enlisted May 8, 1861; private; appt’d. artificer; discharged. June 3, 1861 by Surgeon’s Certificate of disability; dentist in Athens before and after the war.

Lumpkin, Charles McIlvainy, b. c. 1839 in GA; second and third cousins to the Barrows; all three Lumpkins were sons of Supreme Court Justice Joseph Henry Lumpkin and nephews of former GA Gov. Wilson Lumpkin; uncle of J.H.L. Gerdine, and bro.-in-law to Gen. T.R.R. Cobb; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; appt’d. 2nd Lt. in C.S.A. (Report, A.O.); transf. July 23, 1861 by S.O. No. 104 to duty in Cobb’s Legion; served as assistant commissary of subsistence; described by Gen. Howell Cobb as "young, inexperienced, and often so intoxicated as to be unfit for duty;" leave of absence granted for 30 days Jan. 8, 1863, at expiration of which to report to Gen. Howell Cobb, comd’g. Dept. of Mid. FL at Quincy; remained in Dept of Mid. FL and appt’d. Lt. & Act. AQM & Commandant of post of Quincy under Gen. Garner; Feb. 20, 1864 appt’d. Lt. & Act. Asst. Adj. Gen.; paroled at Tallahassee, FL May 12, 1865; Attorney at Law after the war; last appears in the 1879 Clarke Co. Tax Digest; never married. He most likely is buried in Oconee Hill Cemetery.

Lumpkin, Edward Peyton, b. Nov. 31, 1833 Lexington, GA; all three Lumpkins were brothers; second and third cousins to the Barrows; uncle to J.H.L. Gerdine and bro.-in-law to Gen. T.R.R. Cobb; grad. of Franklin Col. (Univ. of GA) in 1852; elected 3rd Lt. Jan. 2, 1861; enlisted April 29, 1861; resigned at re-enlistment April 29, 1862; elected Capt. of "Wilson Lumpkin Artillery" May 30, 1863; organized the Lumpkin Artillery in Feb. 1864; paroled May 1, 1865 at Greensboro, NC; Attorney at Law in Athens; d. Sept. 28, 1873 in Athens and most likely is buried in Oconee Hill Cemetery. He never married.

Lumpkin, Frank Grieve, b. Oct. 14, 1842 in Lexington, GA; all three Lumpkins were brothers; second and third cousins to the Barrows; uncle to J.H.L. Gerdine and bro.-in-law to Gen. T.R.R. Cobb; grad. of the Univ. of GA in 1860; 1861 B.L. matriculate; enlisted April 29, 1861; private; sick furl. Dec. 10, 1861-Feb. 1862; appt’d. AQM in Cobb’s Legion Inf. Bttn. April 30, 1864; last shown on duty at Gen. Kershaw’s Brig. H.Q. Nov. 28, 1864; Attorney at Law; m. Katherine DeWitt Wilcox Feb. 14, 1874; d. Oct. 5, 1876 in Athens, GA; buried in Oconee Hill Cem., Athens, GA.

Lyle, Charles C., b. 1842 in GA; lived in Clarke Co. in 1850; enlisted March 1, 1862; private; discharged.

Lyle, Lee McCleskey, b. Aug. 17, 1843 in Jackson Co. GA; bro.-in-law of E.C. Kinnebrew; Univ. of GA class of 1863 matriculate; Soph. at the Univ. of GA when he enlisted April 24, 1861; 1st Corp.; reduced in rank; detailed to attend wounded at Shepardstown, VA after battle at Sharpsburg; captured and then paroled by the Army of Potomac Sept. 30, 1862; appt’d. Corp. Nov. 15, 1862 while absent; ret. to duty Dec. 3, 1862; transf. to Co. C, Cobb’s Legion, Cavalry Bttn., June 3, 1863; m. Roberta Young, daughter of a Methodist minister, of Fredericksburg, VA Aug. 17, 1864; taught school at Elberton and Bardstown, GA; Methodist minister in Middleton, GA in 1890; lived at Senoia, GA in July 1898; d. Dec. 18, 1898 at Hampton, GA; buried in Oconee Hill Cem., Athens, GA.

Nance, Almond Lewis, b. Oct. 17, 1841 in GA; Univ. of GA class of 1862 matriculate; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; sick at Warm Springs Oct. 1, 1861; adm. to Gen. Hosp. near Petersburg March 8, 1862; ret. to duty March 29, 1862; adm. to Jackson Hosp June 1, 1864 with dysenteria; ret. to duty June 14, 1864; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; m. Mary M. Camp Dec. 20, 1866 in Hall Co., GA; medical doctor in Brandon, Walton Co., GA in 1890; lived at Gainesville, GA in 1898; d. July 31, 1918 in Hall Co., GA; buried in Alta Vista Cem., Gainesville.

Neese, Peter N., enlisted April 26, 1861 in Co. K, 3rd Regt. GA Vol. Inf.; private; transf. Nov. 29, 1862 to the Troup Artillery; private; died of variola (small pox) Jan. 17, 1863 at Hanover Jct. Hosp., VA.

 Newton, George Jordan, b. March 4, 1839 in GA; elected 1st Corp. July 1860 in the Oconee Cavalry; elected 1st Sgt. in the Troup Artillery Jan. 2, 1861; elected Jr. 2nd Lt. June 18, 1862; d. Feb. 18, 1863 in Athens of pneumonia while on furl.; buried in Oconee Hill Cem., Athens, GA. His sister, Helen, married Capt. H.H. Carlton in 1867. 

O’Farrell, John, b. c. 1818; native of Ireland; lived in Athens; enlisted April 31, 1861; private; described as being an old fat Irishman by James F. Dillard; assigned duty as artificer in 1861; discharged. April 29, 1862 at reorganization because he was over age.

Oliver, Charles James, b. May 1, 1831, in Warwick, England; came to U. S. at age three; spent his early boyhood in Brooklyn, NY, Plainfield and Patterson, NJ; came south with his parents at age nine; lived in Athens, GA; became a Methodist minister shortly before the war; enlisted Aug. 6, 1862; private; chaplain of Troup Artillery; slight wound to face July 3, 1863 at Gettysburg; with a letter of recommendation by Lt. C.W. Motes, applied to Sect. of War James A. Seddon March 25, 1864 while at Raccoon Ford for Chaplain of Cabell’s Arty. Bttn.; appt’d. Chaplain of Cabell’s Bttn. Sept. 12, 1864; served as Chaplain with the battalion for the rest of the war; minister in Burke Co. in 1866; minister in Savannah in 1867; moved to Atlanta in 1868; 1st m. Nannie Ameila; served as missionary in several other areas of the state and assisted in building several churches; 2nd married Francis Towns Shropshire Jan. 26, 1870 in Floyd Co.; interior decorator and contractor; d. March 2, 1911 in East Point, GA; buried in Oconee Hill Cem., Athens, GA.

Palmer, Jesse A. (H.), enlisted March 1, 1862; private; detailed as teamster of the Ord. Dept. Cabell’s Arty. Bttn. Feb. 1864; adm. to Jackson Hosp. July 6, 1864 with Febrois Int.; d. July 24, 1864 at Jackson Hosp., Richmond, VA; buried in Hollywood Cem., Richmond, VA.

Parks, John A., b. c. 1821 in GA; lived in Athens; m. Amanda M. ___; overseer; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; d. Aug. 14, 1861 of typhoid fever at Huntersville, VA; buried in Huntersville Aug. 15, 1861.

Patman, Augustus "Gus" C., b. c. 1824 in GA; m. Margaret Barber Jan. 26, 1843 in Clarke Co.; merchant in Athens; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; discharged. April 29, 1862 due to being over age; enlisted Sept. 1, 1863 as 1st Lt. in Co. I, 66th Regt. GA Vol. Inf.; shot in head July 20, 1864 near Jonesboro, GA; entered Ocmulgee Hosp., Macon, Ga. July 25, 1864.

Patrick, John H., born c. 1841; from Carnesville, GA; nephew of L.C. Cooper; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; discharged. end of 1861 due to sickness. After returning home, John organized at least three companies for the war. He went to Texas shortly after the war, got into a scuffle over a carbine May 1875 and was killed. He was buried in Huntsville, TX.

Pendergrass, Appling Hilliard, b. Sept. 14, 1839 in GA; m. Hattie Ophelia Wright July 1, 1858 in Russell Co., AL; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; adm. to Jackson Hosp. Aug. 18, 1864 with diarrhea; furl. Aug. 25, 1864 for 30 days; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; farmer; lived in Jackson Co., GA in 1890; lived at Milner, GA in 1898; received a pension for invalid soldiers in Jackson Co. in 1902 & 1907; the family moved to Sumter Co., AL about 1907; d. Nov. 3, 1913 as a result of a fall from his horse; buried in Chestnut Grove Presbyterian Ch. Cem., seven miles south of York, Hwy. 17, Sumter Co., AL.

Perryman, Robert J., b. Nov. 25, 1845; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; detailed as teamster Feb. & March 1864; surrendered & paroled at Augusta, GA May 21, 1865; he lived in Atlanta in 1890; d. Feb. 2, 1902;buried in the Lightsey Family Cem., River Bend below West Blocton, Bibb Co., AL. His wife, Sallie, filed for a widow’s pension July 10, 1909 in Bibb Co., AL.

Pittman, James Edward LaFayette, b. Oct. 3, 1838; bro. to R.W.T. & W.P. Pittman; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; adm. to Chimborazo Hosp. #3 Dec. 14, 1861 with typhoid fever; ret. to duty Dec. 24, 1861; adm. to Chimborazo Hosp. #3 May 14, 1862; ret. to duty May 26, 1862; appt’d. Corp. Nov. 15, 1862; furl. Feb. 1864; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; m. Mary Eliza Strickland Dec. 15, 1867; lived in Athens, GA in 1890; d. Nov. 17, 1910; buried in the Pittman Family Cem., #38, 383rd Georgia Militia Dist., Madison Co., GA.

Pittman, Robert Willis Taylor, b. Dec. 9, 1834; bro. to J.E.L. & W.P. Pittman; m. Francis Evelina Octavia Strickland Feb. 12, 1857; enlisted March 1, 1862; private; wounded Sept. 17, 1862 at Sharpsburg; home on furl. Oct. 11, 1862-Aug. 30, 1863; furl. Feb. 1864; detailed to duty with the Reserve Ord. Train; paroled at Appomattox CH April 9, 1865; lived in Athens, GA in 1890; d. March 16, 1910 at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Thomas H. Barrett, Athens, GA; buried in the Center Methodist Ch. Cem., Center, Jackson Co., GA.

Pittman, William Jackson, b. April 15, 1820; m. Cynthia Potts, Dec. 7, 1845; enlisted in Co. A, 16th Regt. GA Vol. Inf. July 11, 1861; 1st Lt.; resigned disability July 20, 1862; enlisted July 17, 1863 in the Troup Artillery; private; received sick furl. at hosp. near Winchester Nov. 1862; detailed in Reserve Ord. Train Feb. 1864; adm. to Jackson Hosp. July 25, 1864 with debilitas; furl. Aug. 5, 1864 for 60 days; on duty with QM & Ord. Dept of the Arty. Ord. Train 1st Army Corps when paroled at Appomattox CH April 9, 1865; member of the Masonic order; surveyor of Madison Co. for many years; d. Aug. 18, 1885; buried in the Pittman Family Cem., #38, 383rd GA Militia Dist., Madison Co., GA.

Pittman, William Preston, b. June 30, 1843; bro. to J.E.L. & R.W.T. Pittman; enlisted Sept. 5, 1861 in Co. D, Cobb’s Legion Inf. Bttn.; private; transf. June 1862 to the Troup Artillery; private; adm. to Howard’s Grove Hosp. Oct. 18, 1862 with varacocile; sick furl. Oct. 23, 1862 for 40 days; furl. Feb. 1864; adm. to Jackson Hosp. Sept. 1, 1864 with Feb. Int.; sick furl. Sept. 1, 1864 for 30 days; on duty with QM & Ord. Dept of the Arty. Ord. Train 1st Army Corps when paroled at Appomattox CH April 9, 1865; d. Oct. 19, 1867 of yellow fever; buried in Elmwood Cem., Memphis, TN.

Pledger, Anderson James, b. c. 1840 in GA; house carpenter; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; wounded in the knee May 3, 1863 at Fredericksburg; captured April 3, 1865 at Amelia CH, VA and taken to Libby Prison, Richmond April 10, 1865, then to Newport News April 23, 1865; d. prior to 1890 in Athens, GA.

 Pope, Alexander Franklin, b. June 5, 1829 in GA; grad. of Franklin Col. (Univ. of GA) in 1849; m. Mary E. Ward; elected 2nd Lt. Jan. 2, 1861; enlisted April 24, 1861; drill officer; resigned at reorganization April 29, 1862; appt’d. Capt. and Chief of Ord., Dept. of Mid. FL under Gen. Howell Cobb Dec. 19, 1863; lived in Oglethorpe Co. in 1890; farmer and legislator; d. Feb. 24, 1910; buried in Oconee Hill Cem., Athens, Clarke Co., GA.  

Porter, Edward "Edwin" W., b. 1834 in Madison Co., GA; m. Elizabeth Hamilton, Feb. 3, 1858 in Clarke Co., GA; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; slight wound to face July 3, 1863 at Gettysburg; furl. Feb. 1864; served entire war; lived in Athens in 1890; Bailiff in Judge Evans Court; d. Dec. 1894 in Athens, GA.

Porter, Elisha Judson, from Hall Co., GA; enlisted Aug. 24, 1861 in Co. I, 24th Regt. GA Vol. Inf.; private; transf. Oct. 1, 1862 to the Troup Artillery; private; thumb amputated due to severe burn when failing to use a thumb stall May 3, 1863; slight wound to leg July 3, 1863 at Gettysburg; killed May 10, 1864 (his head was knocked off by a piece of shell) at Spotsylvania CH and buried on the battlefield; re-interred in Spotsylvania CH Confederate Cem., Spotsylvania Co., VA.

Pridgeon, Ruel K., b. Oct. 14, 1831 in Coweta Co., GA; bro. to W.T. Pridgeon; carpenter; enlisted April 24, 1861; 4th Sgt.; appt’d. artificer May 17, 1862; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; m. Francis Wallace; lived with his son William in Atlanta in 1870; lived in Athens in 1890-1910; entered the Old Soldiers’ Home of GA, Atlanta July 30, 1910; d. Sept. 11, 1911 in the hosp.; buried in Boggs Chapel Methodist Cem., Jefferson River Rd., Clarke Co., GA.

Pridgeon, Ward Taylor, b. May 15, 1847 in GA; bro. to R.K. Pridgeon; enlisted May 10, 1864; private; later appt’d. Sgt.; on duty with QM & Ord. Dept of the Arty. Ord. Train 1st Army Corps when paroled at Appomattox CH April 9, 1865; m. Lenora Price Aug. 1, 1875 in Fayette Co., GA; lived in TX in 1890; d. Aug. 6, 1911; buried in the Shady Grove Ch. of Christ Cem., Upshur Co., TX.

Reese, Anderson Watkins, b. Jan. 1835 in Pendleton, SC; grad. of Franklin Col. (Univ. of GA) in 1852; part owner and editor of the Athens Southern Banner newspaper for two years before the war; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; appt’d. Sgt. Maj. May 11, 1863; transf. to Co. M, 1st GA Regulars July 24, 1863; appt’d. 2nd Lt; surrendered April 26, 1865 in Greensboro, NC; moved from Athens to Macon in 1867; m. Viola Ross November 11, 1868; purchased The Journal and Messenger newspaper in 1869, and became the editor and manager; served the Democratic Party as a delegate in Washington D. C. for many years and wrote many political articles for the Macon newspaper; d. Nov. 19, 1912 in an Atlanta Sanitarium; buried in Riverside Cem., Macon, GA.

Richards, Thomas Shelton, b. Jan. 1, 1841 in Elbert Co., GA; farmer; enlisted July 17, 1861; private; wounded in the hand at Fredericksburg May 3, 1863; adm. to Camp Winder Hosp. May 9, 1863 with acute diarrhea; furl. June 23, 1863 for 30 days; teamster Dec. 1864; paroled at Lincolnton, NC; factory worker; lived in Athens, GA in 1890; d. Jan. 2, 1917 in Athens; buried in an unmarked grave in Oconee Hill Cem., Athens, GA. He was the last survivor of the Troup Artillery in Athens.

Richardson, Edgar "Bonner", b. 1838; lived in Watkinsville, Oconee Co., GA; bro. to R.B. Richardson; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; appt’d. Corp. June 20, 1862; stunned by the explosion of a shell July 3, 1863 at Gettysburg; appt’d. Sgt. Aug. 1864; served entire war; lived in Corpus Christi, TX in 1869; lived in TX in 1890; buried in the Watkinsville City Cem., Oconee Co., GA next to E.C. Thomas.

Richardson, Robert Billups, b. in 1842 and lived in Watkinsville, GA; bro. to E. Richardson; enlisted Nov. 11, 1862; private; d. Aug. 2, 1863 of typhoid fever at the home of Mr. George Marshall, Culpeper CH, VA; buried in the Marshall Family Cem. below Culpeper CH, VA.

Rickels, John, b. Sept. 19, 1840 in Blount Co., AL; enlisted Feb. 1, 1864; private; adm. to Jackson Hosp. June 5, 1864 with Int. Febrois/diarrhea; transf. to Camp Winder Hosp. June 28, 1864; served bal. of war; farmer in Jackson Co., GA; moved to AL in 1898; returned to GA in 1901; d. Sept. 27, 1911 in Jackson Co.; buried in Ebenezer Methodist Ch. Cem., Jackson Co., GA.

Robertson, Elisha A., b. Oct. 9, 1834 in Habersham Co., GA; bro. to V.L. Robertson; clerk in Athens in 1851; enlisted March 1, 1862; private; broke a leg in a railroad accident Feb. 1863 at Orange CH, VA; appt’d. QM Sgt. May 12, 1863; detailed to the QM Dept. in Sept. 1863; adm. to Jackson Hosp. Aug. 5, 1864 with bileous fever; served bal. of war; paroled at Clarksville, GA; lived in Atlanta after the war and had a successful business career; 1st m. Missouri Jackson in 1867; 2nd m. Ida Wood Dec. 2, 1903 in Atlanta; d. June 30, 1911 in Atlanta.

Sansom, James T., b. c. 1831 in GA; from Clarke Co.; bro. to J. Sansom; merchant; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; sect.of company Aug. 16, 1861 at Huntersville, VA; sick at Warm Springs Hosp. Oct. 1, 1861; slightly wounded July 1, 1862 at Malvern Hill; discharged. July 18, 1862; in Capt. Moore’s Btty. of Athens, GA July 15, 1864; private; merchant in Athens for an extended period; member of the Town Council and Judge of the Inferior Court; d. June 26, 1868 of pleuro-pneumonia; buried in Oconee Hill Cem. next to his father, Thomas Sansom.

Sansom, John, b. Feb. 6, 1833 in Clarke Co.; farmer; bro. to J.T. Sansom; enlisted April 27, 1861; private; furl. Jan. 1862; slightly wounded June 30, 1862 at Fair Oaks near Richmond, VA; furnished substitute; Justice of Peace in Clarke Co. in 1864; d. March 15, 1891; buried in Oconee Hill Cem., Athens, GA.

Saye, Richard Wilson, b. Oct. 15, 1824 in Hall Co., GA; house carpenter; enlisted March 1, 1862; private; slight wound Sept. 17, 1862 at Sharpsburg, MD; hero at the Battle of Fredericksburg, May 3, 1863; furl. Feb. 1864; surrendered April 1865 at Salem Ch. near Lynchburg, VA; m. Sarah C. ___ Oct. 17, 1867; lived in Atlanta in 1890; d. Oct. 14, 1903 in Atlanta, GA; buried in Oconee Hill Cem., Athens, GA.

Schevenell, Joseph Henry, b. c. 1846 in GA; from Clarke Co., GA; blacksmith; enlisted July 8, 1861 in Co. G, 25th NC Troops; 3rd Corp.; discharged. at the rank of Corp. May 1, 1862 at 17 for being under age; enlisted Feb. 10, 1863 in the Troup Artillery; private; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864.

Shaw, Henry C., b. June 25, 1844 in Clarke Co., GA; enlisted in Co. D, 4th Regt. GA Vol. Inf.; private; enlisted in the Troup Artillery Aug. 19, 1862; private; served bal. of war; lived at Mableton, Cobb Co., GA in 1890; farmer; d. Jan. 14, 1926 at his home in Mableton; buried in Milford Cem., Cobb Co.

Shaw, Thomas H., b. May 6, 1838; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; slight wound to hand at Spotsylvania CH May 8-12, 1864; deserted Sept. 7, 1864; (See John F. Murray) lived in OH until about 1877 when he returned to GA; d. Oct. 9, 1890; buried in Milford Cem., Cobb Co., GA.

Shirley, Benjamin H., b. c. 1815, from Hart Co.; farmer; enlisted May 1, 1864 in Co. E, 4th Regt. GA Reserves; private; transf. Oct. 1, 1864 to Co. K, 4th Regt. GA Reserves; 3rd Corp.; shown in Cabell’s Arty. Bttn. at end of war; captured April 5, 1865 at Amelia CH, VA; transf. to Point Lookout, MD; released at Point Lookout June 20, 1865.

Shirley (Shurley), Clark Alexander, b. Aug. 31, 1834; bro. to H.L. Shirley; enlisted July 17, 1861; private; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; moved to Macon GA from Athens in 1890; moved to Montgomery, AL in 1900; d. Sept. 2, 1900; buried in Oakwood Cem., Montgomery, AL.

Shirley (Shurley), Henry Lord, b. c. 1840; bro. to C.A. Shirley; enlisted July 17, 1861; private; furl. March 7-28, 1863; wounded in the foot May 3, 1863 at Fredericksburg; deserted to the enemy at Bermuda Hundred and was transf. to Harrisburg, PA April 6, 1865; m. Jane Hinton in 1866 in Clarke Co., GA; lived in Chattanooga, TN in 1890; lived at New Decatur, Morgan Co., AL in 1914; accepted for admission to the Old Soldier’s Home, Mtn. Creek, Chilton Co., AL in 1914; d. June 8, 1918 at the Old Soldier’s Home; buried in the Confederate Park Cem., #1 at the Old Soldier’s Home.

Shockley, James G. (J.), enlisted Nov. 17, 1862; private; taught school for the men of the Troup Artillery in Camp Callaway; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; d. prior to 1890.

Sikes (Sykes), James M., b. 1840 in GA; bro. to R.J. Sikes; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; d. Feb. 16, 1863 of pneumonia in Camp Helen, Caroline Co., VA; buried near the camp.

Sikes (Sykes), Richard Joseph, b. Jan. 1833 in GA; bro. to J.M. Sikes; m. Amanda Adams Dec. 18, 1853 in Jackson Co., GA; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; d. July 25, 1862 in Richmond, VA; buried in Hollywood Cem., Richmond, VA.

Sims, George Washington, b. Sept. 10, 1842 in GA; from Clarke Co., GA; enlisted July 17, 1861; private; sick at Warm Springs Oct. 1, 1861; sick with measles in Staunton, VA Hosp. on Dec. 31, 1861; by S.O. No. 27 dated Feb. 3, 1862 discharged. from service; enlisted June 6, 1862 in Co. K, 2nd Regt. GA St. Line (Capt. Seaborn J. Saffold’s Co.); m. Sarah Jane Cook Sept. 16, 1862; wounded Aug. 31, 1864; lived in McNutt, Oconee Co. in 1892; d. July 14, 1922; buried in Bethabara Ch. Cem., Hwy. 78, Oconee Co., GA.

Smith, George, a barber from Athens, GA; Feb. 1862 hired by Capt. Stanley to play the bugle.

Sorrel, Alexander Claxton, b. Aug. 17, 1841 in Savannah, GA; bro. to Gen. Gilbert M. Sorrel; clerk; enlisted in Lt. Waring’s Co. A, GA Hussars June 1, 1861; private; discharged. by order of Gen. Lawton June 29, 1861.; enlisted July 13, 1861 in the Troup Artillery; private; sick furl. Oct. 1, 1861; by S.O. No. 186, Oct. 22, 1861, A. & I.G. Off. furl. until Nov. 18, 1861 for benefit of his health; appt’d. Corp.; appt’d. 1st Lt. & ADC April 2, 1862 to take rank March 18, 1862 to report to Gen. William W. Mackall; appt’d. 2nd Lt. in Co. I, 1st GA Regulars June 24, 1862; appt’d. to the staff of Gen. Mackall as Capt. & A.A.G. Oct. 3, 1863, but apparently declined or was not confirmed; May 9, 1864 he resigned as 2nd Lt. of the 1st GA Regulars; ordered by Gen. Hood to report to A. & I.G. Off. at Richmond on Aug. 11, 1864; transf. as Capt. and A. A. G. to Gen. John Bratton’s SC Brig. Sept. 7, 1864; badly injured by the fall of his horse Oct. 7, 1864 near New Market Rd. below Richmond; surrendered at Appomattox CH, VA April 9, 1865; m. Matilda Brint Hunton of VA in 1867; moved to Griffin, GA. in 1872 where he served as clerk of commissioners of Spalding Co. for eight years, also officer and member of the First Presbyterian Ch.; d. Jan. 10, 1908 in Griffin, GA; buried in the family vault, Laurel Grove Cem., Savannah, GA.

Stafford, Malcom, enlisted March 1, 1862; private; adm. to Howard’s Grove Hosp. Aug. 21, 1862 with debilititas; ret. to duty Sept. 4, 1862; detailed as mail carrier for Cabell’s Arty. Bttn. Feb. 1864; paroled at Newton, N. C. by the 10th Michigan Cavalry about April 19, 1865; d. prior to 1890.

 Stanley, Marcellus, b. Jan. 3, 1823 at Salem, Oconee Co., GA; grad. of Randolph-Macon Col.; tutor at the Univ. of GA; m. Julia A.T. Pope of Athens Nov. 8, 1854; prof. at Centenary Col., Summerville, AL; served as sect. to Hon. Henry W. Hilliard, while minister to a European Court; elected Capt. early Feb. 1861; sick furl. Oct. 8, 1861; ret. to command Dec. 18, 1861; adm. to Moore Hosp.; at Gen. Hosp. #1, Danville, VA Dec. 29, 1861 and sent to Culpeper CH, VA; declined re-election as Capt. at reorganization April 29th, 1862 due to ill health; sick with typhoid fever at a private house near Gen. Mil. Hosp. #4, Wilmington, NC July 12, 1862; appt’d. Act. Chief of Arty. under Gen. LaFayette McLaws, from Nov. 27-Dec. 30, 1862; Jan. 2, 1863 appt’d. Maj. of Arty. in the Dept. of Mid. FL under Maj. Gen. Howell Cobb; Aug. 7, 1863 Maj. & Chief of Arty. to Gen. Finegan, comd’g. Dist. of Mid. FL; Oct. 6, 1863, Maj. & Chief of Arty. to Gen. Gardner, comd’g. Dist. of Mid. FL; Feb. 7, 1864 granted 20 days leave of absence by order of Gen. Beauregard; president of the University Bank, and director of the Southern Mutual after the war; d. May 26, 1890 in Athens; buried in Oconee Hill Cem., Athens, GA.

Stapler, William Hale, b. c. 1825 in GA; from Jackson Co.; merchant; m. Teresa Elizabeth Pittman Dec. 3, 1860; enlisted Dec. 12, 1862; private; appt’d. Comm. Sgt.; furl. Jan. 1-Feb. 24, 1864; adm. to Jackson Hosp. Richmond, VA June 15, 1864 with acute diarrhea; ret. to duty June 23, 1864; adm. to Jackson Hosp. with acute diarrhea June 30, 1864; d. July 8, 1864 at Jackson Hosp of typhoid fever; buried in Hollywood Cem., Richmond, VA.

Stephenson, (Stevenson) John W. H., enlisted March 18, 1862; private; adm. to Gen. Hosp. Charlottsville, VA May 31, 1863; ret. to duty June 9, 1863; adm. to Jackson Hosp. June 15, 1864 with rubeola; d. June 19, 1864 at Jackson Hosp. # 2, Richmond, VA.

Stovall, Francis Marion, b. c. 1841 in GA; bro. to Gen. Marcellus A. Stovall of Augusta; Univ. of GA class of 1861 matriculate; enlisted May 18, 1861 in Co. A, 8th Regt. GA Vol. Inf.; private; fought at 1st Manassas; transf. to Co. A, Cobb’s Legion, Cavalry Bttn. Aug. 15, 1861; captured Aug. 5, 1862 at Malvern Hill and sent to Ft. Monroe, VA; exch. Aug. 26, 1862; transf. to the Troup Artillery Nov. 13, 1862; wounded Dec. 13, 1862 at Fredericksburg; wounded in the foot and arm at Fredericksburg May 3, 1863; wounded furl. through Sept. 1, 1863; detailed to the QM Dept. in Augusta, GA Jan. 24, 1864; m. Jessie Craig Jan. 5, 1871 in Augusta, GA; Vice President Planters Loan and Savings Bank; bookkeeper and coal dealer; sect. of the Confederate Survivors Assn. in Augusta; d. Dec. 17, 1905 in Augusta, GA; buried in Magnolia Cem., Augusta, GA. His final request was that he be buried in his old service overcoat which he wore when wounded in VA.

Strickland, Edward B., b. c. 1847 in GA; bro. to J.C. Strickland; lived in Jackson Co. in 1860; enlisted Feb. 1, 1864; private; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; d. prior to 1890.

Strickland, Josiah C., b. c. 1841 in GA; bro. to E.B. Strickland; lived in Jackson Co. in 1860; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; appt’d. Corp; appt’d. 3rd Sgt. June 20, 1862; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864.

Strickland, Rufus A., enlisted Dec. 12, 1862; private; furl. Feb. 1864; adm. to Hosp. #9 March 14, 1864; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; d. prior to 1890 in AR.

Strickland, William Anderson, b. March 21, 1845 in Madison Co.; enlisted Feb. 3, 1864; private; adm. to Jackson Hosp. June 15, 1864 with Rubeola; ret. to duty June 23, 1864; served bal. of war; surrendered & paroled at Augusta, GA May 20, 1865; 1st m. Martha Pittman; 2nd m. Mary Ann Sanders Jan. 15, 1880 in Madison Co; farmer; lived in Athens, GA in 1890; d. Feb. 4, 1910; buried in the Hale-Couch Cem., Martha Circle, Clarke Co, GA.

Swain, John K., no enlisted date; private; appt’d. Sgt.; surrendered & paroled at Augusta, GA May 22, 1865.

Swan, Baptist Hill, b. c. 1838; elected 5th Sgt. Jan. 2, 1861; enlisted April 24, 1861; adm. to Chimborazo Hosp. #3 May 4, 1862; transf. to Lynchburg Hosp. June 1, 1862; reduced to Corp. Nov. 15, 1862; slight wounds to breast and face July 3, 1863 at Gettysburg, PA; served entire war; paroled by Lt. Col. Barker of the 36th MA at Farmville, VA between April 11th and 21st, 1865; lived in Clarke Co., GA in 1890-1895.

Swann, Seaborn H., b. c. 1844 in Clarke (Jackson) Co., GA; bro.-in-law to M.H. Cheatham; m. Rebecca D. ___; enlisted Nov. 16, 1862; private; sick at Winder Hosp. Aug. 31, 1863; furl. Feb. 1864; served bal. of war; paroled at Newton, N. C. by the 10th Michigan Cavalry about April 19, 1865; lived in Clarke Co., GA in 1890; buried in Sandy Creek Presbyterian Ch. Cem., Jackson Co., GA.

Taylor, Benjamin Pope, b. April 27, 1840; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; sick furl. July 7-Nov. 7, 1862; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; lived in the West in 1890; formerly of Maxeys, GA; d. Dec. 1, 1923; buried in Mars Hill Cem., 3 1/2 miles SW of Acworth, Cobb Co., GA.

Thomas, Edward C., b. c. 1845; bro. to J.D. & R.S. Thomas; enlisted April 25, 1861 in Co. K, 3rd Regt. GA Vol. Inf.; private; discharged. as under age; enlisted in the Troup Artillery Nov. 16, 1862; private; det. as courier Feb. 1864; wounded in the eye by an artillery shell May 31, 1864 at Totopotomi Creek (Cold Harbor); furl. June 5, 1864 for 30 days; adm. to Gen. Hosp. #9 June 20, 1864; transf. to Petersburg June 22, 1864; adm. to Jackson Hosp. June 22, 1864; det. to Lynchburg, VA Nov. 27, 1864; served entire war; d. prior to 1890; buried in Watkinsville City Cem., Oconee Co., GA next to Edgar Richardson.

Thomas, James Dudley, b. Jan. 4, 1843 in GA; bro. to E.C. & R.S. Thomas; Univ. of GA Class of 1863 matriculate; enlisted April 10, 1861 in Co. K, 3rd Regt. GA Vol. Inf.; private; bugler; transf. Oct. 20, 1862 to the Troup Artillery; private; bugler; prom. to Corp.; served bal. of war. His body was never touched by shot or shell, but his gun, haversack, belt, hat and clothing were struck many times; m. Mary Malinda Fort ; dental surgeon in Rome, GA in 1890; d. March 19, 1920; buried in Myrtle Hill Cem., Rome, GA.

Thomas, Robert, b. Jan. 28, 1828 in GA; enlisted May 1, 1861; private; d. Aug. 2, 1883; buried in Oconee Hill Cem., Athens, GA.

Thomas, Robert Stevens, b. c. 1840 in GA; bro. to E.C. & J.D. Thomas; 1860 grad. of the Univ. of GA; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; slightly wounded Sept. 14, 1862 at Crampton’s Gap; sent home on furl. and det. to the Conscript Dept. Athens, GA; enlisting officer in Jackson Co. for the rest of the war; schoolteacher in TX in 1890; d. in 1893.

Thompson, James Wells, b. 1837 in GA; family lived in Bay City, TX, previously lived in AL; 1859 grad. of the Univ. of NC; honor grad. of the Lumpkin Law School at the Univ. of GA in 1861; enlisted July 11, 1861; private; by S.O. No. 168, Oct. 1, 1861, transf. to Co. H, 1st Regt. AL Inf.; mustered out Jan. 16, 1862; re-enlisted in the Troup Artillery March 1864; served bal. of war; m. Nettie I. Marable Oct. 20, 1874 in Oglethorpe Co; lived in Oglethorpe Co. in 1890; rec’d. pension in Oglethorpe Co. in 1919; d. Nov. 18, 1919 in Walton Co., GA.

Thurmond, Harrison, b. c. 1836; lived in Jackson Co.; m. Margarett M. Delay Feb. 20, 1859 in Jackson Co.; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; prom. to Corp.; d. Sept. 3, 1861 of typhoid fever at Big Spring, VA; buried on Valley Mountain near the camp.

Thurmond, Raymond R., enlisted Feb. 14, 1864; private; served bal. of war; d. prior to 1890.

Tuck, Robert J., b. Feb. 27, 1831in Halifax Co., VA; m. Sarah Jane Dillard Dec. 5, 1861, sister of T.E. Dillard; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; d. Nov. 1, 1862 of typhoid fever at Leesburg, VA.

Turbyfill, Malcomb M., b. c. 1838 in VA; enlisted March 1, 1862; private; adm. to Howard Grove Hosp. Aug. 21, 1862 with Febrois Rem.; ret. to duty Oct. 21, 1862; paroled May 27, 1865 at Salisbury, NC; d. Feb. 13, 1893; buried in Oakwood Cem. Montgomery, AL.

Turner, John E., b. Nov. 26, 1843 in Winchester, TN; m. Elizabeth ___ in 1862; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; adm. to Winder Hosp. Oct. 3, 1862; ret. to duty Oct. 4, 1862; furl. Feb. 1864; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; lived in Jackson Co., GA. in 1890; lived in DeKalb Co., AL in 1899; d. Sept. 21, 1918; buried in the Mt. Moriah Cem. in DeKalb Co., AL.

Varner, John, transf. to Troup Artillery July 13, 1862 from possibly the Macbeth Lt. Arty (SC), Jeter’s Co.; private; transf. to unknown Oct. 13, 1862. It is believed he died in Paris, Lamar Co., TX. in 1908 or 1909.

Vincent, Isaac "Ike", b. 1832 in Clarke Co.; day laborer; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; chopped his right foot while cutting wood in Camp Lawton, Savannah, GA; discharged. June 21, 1861; enlisted Co. A, 23rd GA Bttn. (Cook’s Bttn.) Aug. 1864; served bal. of war; farmer and teamster; lived in Jackson Co., GA. in 1890; d. April 4, 1901; buried in Oconee Hill Cem., Athens, GA.

Vincent, Obediah, b. c. 1831 in GA; day laborer; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; appt’d. teamster Nov 1861; also ambulance driver; furl. Jan. 24-Feb. 16, 1864; served entire war as teamster; lived in Clarke Co. in 1868; lived in Athens, GA. in 1890.

Waddell, John Oliver, b. Dec. 3, 1841 in Greene Co., GA; his grandfather, Dr. Moses Waddel, was Chancellor of Franklin Col. (Univ. of GA) 1819-1829; dropped out of the Univ. of GA to join the Troup Artillery but received his diploma at the first commencement after the war; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; shortly afterwards appt’d. Lance Corp. and sect. of company. The Hon. Alexander H. Stephens in a letter to Judah P. Benjamin, Sect. of War, recommended him for lieutenancy in the 1st GA Regulars dated Jan. 9, 1862, it was unconfirmed; appt’d. Sgt. June 20, 1862; severely wounded Sept. 14, 1862 at Crampton’s Gap; captured and paroled at Aiken’s Landing Oct. 12, 1862; ret. home to recuperate; ret. to duty Jan. 20, 1863; wounded (ankle broken) May 3, 1863 at Fredericksburg; The next week he transf. to the 20th Regt. GA Vol. Inf.; appt’d. 1st Lt. and Adj. of the 20th Regt. GA Vol. Inf. June 26, 1863 and confirmed Jan. 13, 1864 by Gen. Robert E. Lee; wounded at Gettysburg July 2, 1863; m. Ella Clifton Peek Sept. 2, 1863 while on wounded furl.; wounded (fractured left arm) May 6, 1864 at the battle of the Wilderness; wounded in the instep Aug. 16, 1864 at Richmond; prom. to Asst. A. & I. Gen., with rank of Maj. just before the surrender; paroled April 9, 1865 at Appomattox CH, VA; planter in Polk Co., GA after the war; worked for the Dept. of Agriculture in Atlanta, GA in 1890; president of the GA State Ag. Soc. for six years; lived at Aragon, Polk Co., GA Jan. 13, 1902; elected commander of the N. GA Brig. United Confederate Vets. in 1911; d. Sept. 29, 1913; buried in Greenwood Cem., Cedartown, Polk Co., GA.

Ware, Edward Hull, "Paddy," b. c. 1846 in GA, bro. to W.J. Ware; Univ. of GA Class of 1863 matriculate; enlisted March 1, 1862; private; adm. to Jackson Hosp. Aug. 18, 1864 with diarrhea feb.; ret. to duty Sept. 21, 1864; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; m. Mrs. Harriet M. Nickelson; lived in Athens; d. in 1879; most likely buried in Oconee Hill Cem.

Ware, William J., b. c. 1837 in GA; bro. to E.H. Ware; enlisted March 1, 1862; private; discharged. July 29, 1862.

White, James W., b. Jan. 29, 1820 at Abbeville, SC; enlisted Aug. 1, 1863; private; furl. Jan. 1-Feb. 29, 1864; adm. to Jackson Hosp. June 15, 1864 with Febrois Cont’d.; ret. to duty June 23, 1864; adm. to Gen. Hosp. #9 June 26, 1864; trans. to Winder Hosp. June 27, 1864; sick furl. to Athens Sept. 3, 1864; served bal. of war; d. Nov. 21, 1901 in Athens; buried in Oconee Hill Cem. in an unmarked grave. He is son-in-law of David Aldrin McDonald.

White, William Franklin, b. 1834 in SC; m. Mary Ann Jackson Dec. 9, 1859 in Hart Co.; lived in Gwinnett Co. in 1861; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; det. as blacksmith June 30, 1863; absent, det. as blacksmith in Ord. Dept. of Cabell’s Arty. Bttn. Feb. 1864; adm. to Jackson Hosp. Sept. 11, 1864 with Febrois Remit.; ret. to duty Sept. 21, 1864; served bal. of war; moved to TX in 1871; lived on an Indian reserve in 1886.

Whitman, Samuel P., enlisted July 18, 1862; private; by S.O. No. 64/21, March 17, 1863, A. & I.G. Off., detailed to work on the GA RR in Augusta, GA; engineer for the GA RR in Augusta, GA after the war; last appears in the 1892-93 Augusta City Directory.

Wilkerson, Harvey Columbus, b. c. 1840 in NC; from Clarke Co.; enlisted May 6, 1861; private; severely wounded July 1, 1862 at Malvern Hill; sent to Athens on furl.; discharged. Jan. 8, 1864; enlisted Feb. 1, 1864 in Lumpkin’s Co. GA Arty.; paroled May 1, 1865 at Greensboro, NC; d. prior to 1890; most likely is buried in Oconee Hill Cemetery.

Wilkins, Alwyn Grant, b. Feb. 20, 1843 in Liberty Co., GA where he lived until 1860; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; Nov. 1862 detailed to the Signal Corps under Gen. McLaws and served in that division until Jan. 27, 1864; detailed in the War Dept. in Richmond where he was assigned to the Signal Service. From Richmond he went to NC where he organized a Signal Corps for Gen. R. F. Hoke and served under that officer until after the battle of Drewry’s Bluff. He was then sent as signal officer aboard the Old Dominion, and later to the Evelyn, the vessel that carried the last cargo of government cotton out of Wilmington, NC to Nassau. Still in the signal service he went to Galveston, TX, thence to Cuba on board the Evelyn, reaching Cuba just after the assassination of Pres. Lincoln. From Cuba he went to Halifax, Nova Scotia, entering the civil engineering corps of the U.S. Govt., and remaining there until Oct. 1867 when he came to Atlanta. In Atlanta he was with the GA RR until late 1868 when he went into business for himself, specializing in bridge construction at the old Atlanta rolling mill until its destruction by fire in 1881; m. Julia S. Abercrombie Jan. 18, 1871; organized and owned the firms of Wilkins-Post & Co. and Atlanta Bridge & Axle Co; associated with many bridge and construction projects in Atlanta; member of the Masonic Order and lived in Atlanta; d. Dec. 15, 1917; buried in Oakland Cem., Atlanta.

Williams, George C., b. March 27, 1836, d. Oct. 15, 1906, buried in Liberty Hill Cemetery, Acworth, GA. shoemaker; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; lived at Ringold, GA in 1890; lived in Acworth, GA in 1906.

Williams, James J., b. Oct. 26, 1823; step-father of F.M. & W.T. Doster and H.T. Bouchelle; m. Sarah ___; enlisted Feb. 10, 1863; private; detailed as teamster and ambulance driver Feb. 1864; adm. to Jackson Hosp. Sept. 6, 1864 with Febrois Remit.; ret. to duty Oct. 5, 1864; lived in Clarke Co. in 1890; d. May 9, 1903 at his home near Athens; buried in the Williams Family Cem. behind the New Covenant Worship Ch., Newton Bridge Rd., Clarke Co., GA.

Williams, Jesse Clarence, b. c. 1840 in GA; m. Mary J. Benton; enlisted May 1, 1861; private; appt’d. teamster in Cobb’s Legion Jan. 1862; appt’d. teamster July 1862; wounded in right shoulder May 3, 1863 at Fredericksburg, VA; stabbed by W.H.P. Jones Sept. 8, 1863; sick furl. Feb. 1864; wounded in camp near Appomattox CH near the end of the war; paroled at Appomattox CH April 9, 1865; on list with the command of Brig. Gen. George T. Anderson; lived in Jefferson, Jackson Co., GA in 1890; last received a pension in 1901 in Jackson Co.; entered the Old Soldiers’ Home in Atlanta March 11, 1901; died there in April 1902; buried in the Brown Family Cem. #4, Georgia Militia Dist. 253, near Nicholson, GA.
(From an e-mail received from Geoffrey A. Thompson)
Regarding Jesse Clarence Williams, of Troup's Light Artillery Battalion he first married Frances Ann Bailey. He next married the gal you have acknowledged in Williams' information on your web site. Frances died some time before 1900. Jesse and Frances had 4 children together in Jackson County, Georgia.  Frances was the daughter of James Bailey and Caroline Thompson and was my 1st cousin, 4x removed.

Williams, Thomas "Thomps" Dempsey, b. Feb. 23, 1838; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; printer in Athens, GA in 1890; d. Oct. 16, 1891; buried in Oconee Hill Cem., Athens, GA.

Winfrey, Henry L., b. c. 1844; cousin to J.O. Winfrey; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; furl. May 1-June 8, 1864; adm. to Jackson Hosp. Aug. 20, 1864 with Febrois (sic) Int. (intermittent fever) because he was so distraught over his cousin’s desertion; rec’d. 30 day furl. Aug. 25, 1864; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; described as a "high minded noble little fellow" by Edgar Richardson; d. prior to 1890.

Winfrey, James Oscar, b. March 4, 1847; cousin to H.L. Winfrey; lived in Floyd Co., GA in 1860; enlisted Oct. 5, 1863 in Gartrell’s Co. GA Cavalry, Rome, GA; by S.O. No. 67/6, March 21, 1864, transf. to Co. E, 8th Regt. GA Vol. Inf.; five days later, March 26, 1864, reported AWOL; enlisted May 3, 1864 in the Troup Artillery; private; deserted to the enemy from camp near Petersburg on or about Aug. 14, 1864; captured by Federal troops at Bermuda Hundred and transf. to the Nashville, TN prison; m. Sarah Virginia Shugart May 25, 1867 in Rome, GA; machinist & peddler; d. Feb. 3, 1924; buried in East View (old Oakland) Cem., Hwy. 20, Rome, GA.

Winn, Crawford A., b. c. 1843 in GA; enlisted March 4, 1862 in Co. C, 44th Regt. GA Vol. Inf.; private; transf. July 18, 1862 to the Troup Artillery; private; furl. Feb. 1964; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; m. Elizabeth Mary Salisbury Sept. 5, 1867 in Arkansas Co., AR; farmer in AR County, AR township in 1870 & 1880; d. in AR prior to 1890.

Winn, Henry F., b. March 13, 1841; shoemaker; enlisted April 24, 1861; private; appt’d. Corp. Nov. 15, 1862; served entire war; lived in Watkinsville, GA in 1890 & 1898; d. Sept. 20, 1926; buried in Watkinsville City Cem.

York, James C., enlisted May 12, 1862; private; d. July 29, 1862 of disease; buried in Hollywood Cem., Richmond, VA. It is believed that John Marion & James C. York were brothers and sons of Jeremiah York of Rabun Co., GA.

York, John Marion, b. April 1828 in Rabun Co., GA; m. Rachel Jones Nov. 20, 1851; bro.-in-law to V.H. LaPrade; enlisted May 12, 1862; private; admitted to Chimborazo #5 Hosp. Sept. 25, 1862 with debility from fever; transferred to Hugenot Springs Hosp. Oct. 19, 1862; admitted to Gen. Hosp. Charlottesville, VA June 17, 1863 with debilitas; furl. July 25, 1863; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; Rabun Co. School Supt. in 1882; clerk at Persimmon Baptist Ch. in 1898; lived in Rabun Co., GA in 1900; d. April 3, 1906; buried in the Tiger Cem. in Tiger, GA.

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