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Aaron, Thomas Samuel, b. c. 1828 in GA; occupation was "blasting"; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; 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. (14; 34; 56; 172; 196)

Adams, John H. "Hop", substitute; enl. July 10, 1862; pvt.; 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. (14; 34; 36; 135) (Poss. same as John Adams b. in Elbert Co. & served in Co. G, 25th NC, enl. July 8, 1861 & disch. May 1, 1862 due to under age. [16 yrs. old])

Adams, Middleton Crum, b. May 3, 1846 in Elbert Co.; lived in Elbert Co., GA; enl. Nov. 16, 1862; pvt.; paroled at Newton, N. C. by the 10th Mich. Cav. about April 19, 1865; lived in Athens after the war; d. April 17, 1891; buried in Oconee Hill Cem. Athens, GA. (14; 31; 34; 52; 66; 67; 252)

Ashford, William "Willie" Thomas, b. Nov. 10, 1845 at Watkinsville, GA; nephew of R. & T. Booth; enl. Nov. 1, 1863; pvt.; disch. 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. (2; 11; 14; 26 [32/312]; 34)

Atkisson, George Baber, b. Sept. 14, 1842 in Clarksville, Habersham Co., GA; Univ. of GA class of 1861 matriculate; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; 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; disch. Dec. 1912; readm. Nov. 1918; again disch. Oct. 1922; d. July 3, 1923 in Clarke Co., GA; buried in Oconee Hill Cem. Athens, GA. (10; 14; 16; 30; 31; 34; 35; 52; 66; 169; 252; 268)

Ayers, James Clark, b. 1823 in Ga.; from Franklin Co., GA; m. Mary Ann Davis Jan. 21, 1847; enl. June 6, 1862; pvt.; substitute (see Clinton P. Morton); adm. to Howard’s Grove Hosp., Richmond, VA, Aug. 21, 1862; furl. Oct. 8, 1862 for 30 days; readm. to Richmond Hosp. Nov. 62; d. Dec. 26, 1862 at home on sick furl. His wife with five children filed for his back pay. (14; 34; 42; 178)

Baker, Thomas Franklin, b. April 15, 1837 in Winston Salem, NC; enl. April 24, 1861; 3rd Corp.; reduced to pvt. Nov. 1861; wounded in knee at Fredericksburg May 3, 1863; disch. 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. (10; 14; 30; 34; 66; 108)

Barrett, James E. Sanford, b. Dec. 10, 1845; from Jackson Co., GA; enl. Feb. 10, 1863; pvt.; 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. (10; 14; 16; 26 [2/9]; 34; 52; 109; 252; 263)

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.; enl. Dec. 9, 1862; pvt.; 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. (5; 14; 16; 34; 52; 56; 61; 157) [more detail needed with source 5]

M. Pope Barrow 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; enl. 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 Cav. 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. (14; 34; 44; 56; 86; 102; 169; 171; 188; 284)

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; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; 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 Cav. 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.(10; 14; 34; 44; 45; 46; 53; 83; 102; 169; 202; 252; 284)

Barry, John P., b. c. 1841 in GA; bro. to J.M. Barry; enl. Feb. 26, 1863; pvt.; 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; (WHERE?) d. prior to 1890. (1; 14; 16; 30; 34; 52; 56; 64; 66; 202)

Barry, Joseph Martin, b. February 13, 1845 in Athens; bro. to J.P. Barry; enl. July 10, 1862; pvt.; 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. (1; 14; 16; 31; 34; 64)

Bearden, Aaron E., b. 1842 in Clarke Co., GA, enl. Nov. 1, 1863; pvt.; 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. Died in Atlanta, Georgia on January 1, 190?. (14; 16; 34; 52; 84; 109)

Bearden, Richard "Dick" Glenn, b. c. 1840; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; 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. (14; 16; 34; 43, pension #S13362; 172; 252; 257)

Belcher, John Hampden, b. July 31, 1840 in SC; from Abbeville, SC; Univ. of GA class of 1861 matriculate; enl. Sept. 12, 1862 in Co. A, 1st Regt. SC Cav.; later became Adj.; transf. to the Troup Artillery Oct. 30, 1863; pvt.; 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. (14; 34; 162; 169; 194)

Bennett, George Pierce, b. May 16, 1844; Univ. of GA class of 1861 matriculate; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; 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. (10; 14; 34; 110; 132; 169; 246; 252)

Berryman, -. -., (May be Robert J. Perryman), no date of enlistment; pvt.; paroled at Appomattox C.H., April 9, 1865. (14; 157)

Beshill, Henry F., enl. Feb. 10, 1863; pvt.; lived in Oglethorpe Co. in 1890; lived in Maxeys, GA in 1892. (16; 34; 39)

Biggers, William E., b. c. 1836; enl. March 1, 1862; pvt.; 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) (14; 34; 251)

Billups, Charles William, b. June 19, 1843 in GA; Univ. of GA class of 1863 matriculate; enl. March 1, 1862; pvt.; d. July 1, 1862 in a Richmond, VA hosp.; buried in Oconee Hill Cem. Athens, GA. (14; 31; 34; 56; 169; 192)

Blackman, David D., b. c. 1836; enl. April 29, 1861 in Co. I, 4th Regt. GA Vol. Inf.; pvt.; disch. disability at Camp Jackson March 5, 1862; enl. in the Troup Artillery Feb. 1, 1864; pvt.; 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. (14; 16; 34; 109; 157; 172) (CK Macon County 1860 census & cemeteries to verify what date he died - his wife says 8/31/1918)

Blackman, Joseph A., b. c. 1816; native of SC; lived in Athens; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; disch. April 29, 1862 due to being over age; enl. in Co. G, 25th Regt. NC Inf. Oct. 30, 1863; pvt.; lost an arm in battle; last shown in Invalid Corps. (14; 133; 226)

Boggs, Milton Alonzo, b. May 1839 in Jackson, Co., GA; m. Julianne Cash Oct. 21, 1859 in Jackson Co., GA; enl. May 12, 1862; pvt.; transf. to Co. C, Cobb’s Legion Cav. Bttn. March 16, 1863; pvt.; 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. (14; 16; 34; 260; 285)

Bone, Jasper Newton, enl. May 12, 1862; pvt.; d. Nov. or Dec. 1862 of measles at Hanover Jct. Hosp., VA. (10) m. Ann Wadley 20 Dec. 1852 –verify & source – ck pensions

Bone, Joseph M., m. Annie Eliza Bone Jan. 6, 1853; enl. May 12, 1862; pvt.; 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. (14; 34) (Possibly Matthew Bone, b. c. 1832 in Ga. [56])

Boon, Ratcliff H., b. June 1834 in TN; farmer; enl. May 12, 1862; pvt.; disch. March 24, 1863 with chronic rheumatism; enl. Aug. 15, 1864 in Co. I, 11th Regt. GA Cav.; lived in Watkinsville, Oconee Co., GA in 1867 & 1870; d. Oct. 1879; buried in the Galilee Christian Ch. Cem., Jackson Co., GA. (14; 16; 34; 56; 57; 84; 145; 260)

Booth, Robert, b. Sept. 6, 1821; bro. to T. Booth, Jr., & uncle of W.T. Ashford; farmer; enl. Aug. 1, 1863; pvt.; 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. (11; 14; 16; 34; 56)

Booth, Thomas, Jr., b. Nov. 10, 1819; bro. to R. Booth & uncle of W.T. Ashford; enl. in Cobb’s Legion ??????; pvt.; adm. to Episcopal Hosp. Williamsburg, VA with intermittent fever Oct. 28, 1861; adm. to Winder Hosp. # 1 in Richmond Feb. 28, 1863; enl. in the Troup Artillery Feb. 1, 1864; pvt.; drew clothing Oct. 31, 1864; d. Aug. 21, 1893; buried next to Robert Booth in Watkinsville City Cem. Oconee Co., GA. He never married. (11; 14; 34; 56)

Booth, Walton "Wally" Harris, b. Oct. 17, 1823; liquor dealer; m. Elizabeth A. Crow Jan. 6, 1853 in Clarke Co.; enl. Nov. 1, 1863; pvt.; drew clothing Oct. 31, 1864; lived in Watkinsville, GA in 1890; d. Nov. 6, 1891; buried in Watkinsville City Cem., Oconee Co., GA. (14; 16; 34; 51; 56)

Bostick, John M., b. c. 1845; nephew of D. Mathews [Mathis]; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; 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. (14; 16; 34; 172; 246; Mary Lou Midkiff)

Bouchelle, Henry Thomas, b. Feb. 10, 1845; nephew of F.M. & W.T. Doster & step-grandson of J.J. Williams; enl. Feb. 10, 1863; pvt.; 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. (10; 14; 176; 177; 268)

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; enl. March 12, 1862; pvt.; 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. (13; 14; 16; 34; 51; 66; 130)

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; enl. May 12, 1862; pvt.; 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. (13; 14; 16; 30; 31; 34; 56; 66; 195)

Brewer, Freeman, lived near Athens; enl. July 17, 1861; pvt.; appt’d. teamster Aug. 20, 1861; disch. Dec. 11, 1861 due to sickness; d. in early 1862 from disease. (14; 133)

Brittain, Robert T., b. Nov. 9, 1842 in GA; bro. to W.F. Brittain; Univ. of GA Class of 1863 matriculate; enl. May 12, 1862; pvt.; served bal. of war; paroled at Newton, N. C. by the 10th Mich. Cav. about April 19, 1865; farmer; d. Aug. 11, 1887; buried with W.F. Brittain in Oconee Hill Cem., Athens, GA. (14; 31; 34; 56; 169)

Brittain, William F., b. Dec. 19, 1847 in Clarke Co. GA; bro. to R.T. Brittain; Univ. of GA Class of 1866 matriculate; enl. June 1, 1864; pvt.; courier; paroled at Newton, N. C. by the 10th Mich. Cav. 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. (10; 31; 34; 56; 169; 252; 261; 267)

Brown, James M., b. c. 1828; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; 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. (14; 34; 172) (see if bro. to Wm. B.)

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; pvt.; 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) (10; 14; 34) CK 1850 Hart Co. census & marriage records - m. Jane M. Brown 26 April 1863 - pension records show he died 11/27/1916 in Hart Co. (see if bro. to James M.)

Busbin, Isham, b. 1837 in GA; bro. to W.O. Busbin; m. Margaret C. Gallihen Dec. 15, 1856 in Madison Co.; enl. May 12, 1862; pvt.; d. July 13, 1862 of measles in Richmond. (10; 14; 34; 98)

Busbin, Richard, det. as teamster at Raccoon Ford Feb 1864; rec’d. pay March 31, 1864. (252)

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; enl. May 12, 1862; pvt.; 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. (14; 16; 34; 56; 84; 212; 252)

Butler, Elijah M., b. March 31, 1835, bro. to J.T. Butler; enl. July 13, 1862; pvt.; d. Aug. 8, 1862 of typhoid fever at Richmond, VA. He left a wife and one child. (10; 34; 74)

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; enl. July 13, 1862; pvt.; d. Aug. 7, 1862 of typhoid fever at Richmond, VA. He left a wife and one child. (34; 74)

 

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