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Cain, Bartholomew R., b. c. 1836 in GA; lived in Jackson Co.; m. Sarah E. Hood Sept. 5, 1859 in Jackson Co.; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; d. Sept. 7, 1861 of typhoid fever at Huntersville, VA. His wife claimed his back pay June 10, 1862. (14; 30; 133; 141; 172)

Carlton, Benjamin Richard, b. 1839 in GA; bro. to Capt. H.H. Carlton and G.A. Carlton; brickmason; unmarried; enl. March 1, 1862; pvt.; 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." (1; 34; 56; 156)

Carlton, George Augustus, b. c. 1831 in GA; bro. to B.R. and Capt. H.H. Carlton; clerk; enl. in Co. K, 3rd Regt. GA Vol. Inf. April 25, 1861; appt’d. 1st Sgt. (when?); transf. to the Troup Artillery June 10, 1862; pvt.; appt’d. QM Sgt. June 13, 1862, replacing Benjamin Crane in this position; received med. disch. 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. (7; 10; 14; 26 [6/453]; 34; 56; 78; 79; 165)

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. (14; 31; 56; 62; 66; 86; 129; 167; 169)

Carr, Elijah Walker, b. March 28, 1829; Univ. of GA Class of 1850 matriculate; m. Anna Macon Dec. 19, 1860; enl. March 1, 1862; pvt.; 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. (14; 34; 169; 189)

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; enl. fall of 1863 at Gordonsville; pvt.; sent to a hospital sick in the spring of 1864 and never heard of again. (133; 253)

Cheatham, Marcus H., b. Oct. 12, 1829 in GA; house carpenter; m. Catherine A. Swann, sister of Seaborn Swann; enl. July 17, 1861; pvt.; 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 Mich. Cav. 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. (14; 16; 34; 56; 92; 106, 234; 252)

Childers, Robert, b. c. 1837; m. Amanda __ in 1857; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; 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. (14; 16; 34; 172; 249; 252)

Cobb, Howell, Jr., b. July 7, 1842; son of Maj. Gen. Howell Cobb, former Governor of GA; Univ. of GA 1862 matriculate; enl. May 1, 1861; pvt.; by S.O. No. 574, Dec. 31, 1861, transf. by Gen. Magruder to the 16th Regt. GA Vol. Inf.; pvt.; 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 Cav. 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. (1; 10; 14; 17; 30; 31; 169; 188)

Conger, Hedges Abijah, b. Feb. 15, 1838 in Clarke Co., GA; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; 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. (10; 14; 34; 117; 142; 180)

Connelly, Champion, b. c. 1836; lived in the Athens home of M.G. Dicken in 1850; enl. April 27, 1861; pvt.; d. Dec. 23, 1861 of pneumonia; buried Dec. 25, 1861 in Camp Marion near Yorktown, VA. (1; 14; 133; 172)

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; enl. 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. (10; 14; 34; 125; 169; 172; 247; 281)

Cooper, W. A., enl. Aug. 1, 1864; pvt.; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; lived in Texas in 1890. (10; 16; 34; 252)

Cooper, William, born c. 1830 in Wilkes Co., GA; m. Elizabeth R. Anthony Feb. 19, 1852; enl. May 12, 1862; pvt.; 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. (14; 34; 131; 199)

Cory, Othniel E., native of NY; enl. July 17, 1861; pvt.; transf. Nov. 1, 1862 to Co. D, Cobb’s Legion Cav. Bttn.; pvt.; 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. (14; 34; 63; 133)

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; enl. July 17, 1861; pvt.; 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. (10; 14; 26 [8/376]; 77; 169; 188)

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; enl. July 17, 1861; pvt.; 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. (10; 14; 30; 34; 81; 133; 252)

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; enl. Sept. 11, 1861; pvt.; 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 Mich. Cav. about April 19, 1865; farmer; d. in 1869. (10; 14; 34; 56; 133; 169) Check for obit.

Crow, William, b. Aug. 8, 1834; enl. May 3, 1862 in Co. D, Cobb’s Legion Inf. Bttn.; pvt.; transf. to the Troup Artillery June 1864; pvt.; d. Jan. 4, 1882; buried in the Jackson Family Cem., Ruth Jackson Rd., Oconee Co., GA. (34; 63)

Culp, Benjamin F., b. March 15, 1842 in Jackson Co., GA; lived in Clarke Co.; mercantile employee in Athens; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; 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. (10; 14; 30; 31; 34; 56; 66; 87)

Dearing, Stephen T., b. c. 1834; bro. to W.P. Dearing; from Augusta, GA; enl. Sept. 18, 1863; pvt.; 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. (14; 16; 34; 84; 97; 168; 191; 202)

Dearing, William P., b. July 1843 in Richmond Co., GA; bro. to S.T. Dearing; from Augusta, GA; enl. May 3, 1862 in Co. A, Cobb’s Legion Cav. 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; pvt.; 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. (14; 26 [15/449]; 34; 38; 84; 97; 188)

Deavours, John C., b. c. 1829; lived in Jackson Co.; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; d. March 31, 1862 of typhoid pneumonia at Suffolk, VA. (14; 133; 172;)

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; enl. in Co. C, 2nd Regt. SC Inf. (2nd Palmetto Regt.) April 8, 1861; pvt.; re-enl. 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; pvt.; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; m. Temperence J. Talbot Oct. 27, 1865; lived in TX in 1890. (14; 16; 34; 66; 99; 163; 223; 227)

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; enl. July 17, 1861; pvt.; disch. at reorganization April 29, 1862 due to over age; enl. July 19, 1864 in Capt. Taylor’s Btty. in Athens. (1; 14; 16; 66; 100; 133; 261)

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.; enl. May 12, 1862; pvt.; 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; disch. 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. (10; 14; 16; 34; 56; 66; 130; 261)

Dickens, William Hope, b. 1823 in Clarke Co.; m. Sarah Ann Osborn Oct. 23, 1851 in Clarke Co.; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; disch. 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. (10; 16; 34; 66; 84; 143; 144)

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; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; 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. (14; 16; 34; 105; 121; 150; 151)

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; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; 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. (14; 16; 20; 105; 150; 151; 177)

Dillard, James Reuben, b. c. 1845; bro. to H.C., P.F. & R.S. Dillard; cousin to J.F., J.L. & T.E. Dillard; enl. March 1, 1862; pvt.; 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. (14; 16; 34; 150; 151)

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; enl. March 1, 1862 in the Troup Artillery; pvt.; sick in camp Nov. 1862; d. Dec. 9, 1862 of typhoid fever in Richmond, VA; buried in Hollywood Cem., Richmond, VA. (3; 14; 34; 36; 105; 150; 151)

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; enl. June 1, 1863; pvt.; 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. (14; 34; 150; 151)

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; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; 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. (14; 16; 34; 114; 148; 150; 151)

Dillard, Thomas Ellington, b. July 18, 1842 in Oglethorpe Co., GA; cousin to the other Dillards; enl. March 1, 1862; pvt.; 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. (14; 34; 105; 150; 151)

Albert S. Dorsey (on right) Dorsey, Albert Steele, b. Nov. 23, 1834; bro. to A.B.C. Dorsey; m. Susan R. Doble Nov. 23, 1858 in Clarke Co.; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; appt’d. Sgt. May 1861; sick at Warm Springs Hosp. Oct. 1, 1861; disch. 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. (1; 14; 16; 31; 64; 66; 172)

 

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; enl. Feb. 19, 1863 in the Troup Artillery; pvt.; 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. < (1; 3; 10; 14; 16; 20; 34; 66; 146; 147)

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; enl. May 12, 1862; pvt.; 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. (14; 16; 34; 252; 268)

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; enl. March 1, 1862; pvt.; 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. (14; 34; 56; 136; 252; 268)

Durham, Rubin "Rube" Thomas, b. July 28, 1841 in GA; enl. April 25, 1861 in Co. K, 3rd Regt. GA Vol. Inf.; pvt.; furnished substitute, Zeroh Kitchen, Aug. 17, 1862; enl. in the Troup Artillery Dec. 6, 1863; pvt.; 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. (14; 16; 19; 34; 56)

 

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