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Echols, James M., b. c. 1828 in GA; farmer in Clarke Co., GA in 1850; enl. May 12, 1862; pvt.; 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. (1; 10; 14; 34; 56)

Edwards, Ellijay "Elijah" Flournoy, b. Oct. 24, 1842 in Oglethorpe Co., GA; enl. May 15, 1861 in Co. K, 8th Regt. GA Vol. Inf.; pvt.; transf. to the Troup Artillery May 12, 1862; pvt.; 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. (14; 34; 41; 85; 93; 197)

Edwards, John W., b. Aug. 25, 1838; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; 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. (14; 16; 20; 34; 119; 246) ck Bartow marriages for date & name of wife - initials A. H. or N. H., born 4/4/1840 & d. 11/9/1908

Eidson, James M., b. c. 1836 in GA; enl. May 12, 1862; pvt.; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; lived in Atlanta, GA in 1880 & 1890; m. Eliza ___; brickmason. (verify - buried in Corinth Baptist Ch. Cem., Watkinsville, GA.) (14; 16; 34; 64) Oglethorpe Co. marriage records (177) show James Eidson married Cibell Wilkes November 10, 1869. also Ck Clarke County wills book B, p. 3 & m. Martha M. Wise 2/20/1873 in Clarke Co. m. twice?

Ellington, Charles Simeon, b. in 1846 in Wilkes Co., GA; enl. Nov. 1, 1863; pvt.; 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. (14; 26 [10/157]; 34; 114; 131)

England, Elijah "Elizur" Theodore, b. 1843 in NE GA; bro. to E.S. & W.A. England; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; 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 Cav. 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. (10; 14; 20; 34; 137; 140; 176)

England, Elisha Stanhope "Dick", b. Jan. 15, 1840 in Towns Co., GA; bro. to E.T. & W.A. England; enl. June 6, 1861; pvt.; 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. (10; 14; 16; 20; 34; 116; 137)

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; enl. Sept. 27, 1862 in the Inf. Bttn. of Smith’s Legion, GA Vols.; pvt.; 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; pvt.; transf. to Lumpkin’s Btty. of Palmer’s Brig.; transf. to Capt. Dorough’s Cav. 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. (10; 20; 31; 133; 152)

Ferguson, Lorenzo Dow, b. c. 1836; carriage maker and mechanic; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; received disability disch. June 3, 1861; enl. April 1, 1862 in Co. H, Cobb’s Legion Cav. Bttn.; pvt.; absent at home on horse detail Oct. 1864; d. between 1864 & June 1866, buried in Marietta, GA. (14; 63; 150, 287)

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; enl. April 24, 1861 in the Troup Artillery; pvt.; 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; enl. in Co. C, 2nd KY Cav. under Gen. John Hunt Morgan; transf. to Capt. Radcliff’s Co. of cav. 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. (10; 14; 31; 33; 47)

Fox, O’Hara, b. Oct. 31, 1824 in NY; machinist; lived with G. McCarty in Augusta, GA in 1850; enl. July 17, 1861; pvt.; 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. (14; 34; 97; 115; 202; 235)

Franklin, Sidney J., b. c. 1842 in Galveston, TX; enl. 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; pvt.; served bal. of war; d. prior to 1890 at Galveston, TX. (14; 16; 34; 246; 254)

Frierson, James Littleberry, b. April 19, 1845 in Clarke Co., GA; clerk; enl. Feb. 19, 1863; pvt.; 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. (14; 16; 34; 43, TN Pension #7558; 56; 113)

Gann, Jesse, b. March 1833 in Clarke Co., GA; m. Mary Ann Hamilton May 12, 1859 in Clarke Co.; enl. Aug. 24, 1861 in Co. L, 3rd Regt. GA Vol. Inf.; pvt.; enl. in the Troup Artillery May 12, 1862; pvt. ; 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. (10, 14; 16; 26 [36/284]; 30; 34; 66; 174; 252)

Gee, William H., enl. May 12, 1862; pvt.; adm. to Chimborazo Hosp. with chronic diarrhea Sept. 25, 1862; d. Oct. 9, 1862 of typhoid fever at Chimborazo Hosp. in Richmond, VA. (14; 34)

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; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; 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; disch. 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. (10; 14; 20; 31; 34; 109; 169; 202; 222)

Griffeth, John James, b. c. 1839; lived near Watkinsville; native of GA; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; sent sick from Huntersville to Warm Springs Hosp. Oct. 1, 1861; disch. Dec. 13, 1861. (See if buried in Bethabara Church Cem. Hwy. 78, Oconee Co., GA.) (14; 172; 241)

William P. Guest 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; enl. March 1, 1862; pvt.; appt’d. wagoner; wounded July 1, 1862 at Malvern Hill, VA; disch. 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) (14; 16; 34; 198; 214; 218; 219; 261, 282)

Hale, Edward Thomas, b. c. 1835 in GA; bro. to J.R. Hale; overseer; m. Susan Lampkin Oct. 6, 1852 in Clarke Co.; enl. May 12, 1862; pvt.; 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. (14; 16; 34; 56; 66)

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; enl. May 12, 1862; pvt.; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864; d. Feb. 29, 1908; buried in Prospect United Methodist Ch. Cem. on the Clarke Co./Jackson Co., line. (14; 34; 56; 141; 244)

Hale, James W., b. Oct. 15, 1845 in GA; enl. May 12, 1862; pvt.; 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. (14; 16; 34; 56; 244)

Hale, John T., b. April 25, 1838; farmer; (enlistment date?); disch. July 21, 1862 from Co. D, Cobb’s Legion Inf. due to recurring pneumonia; enl. in the Troup Artillery March 7, 1863; pvt.; 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. (14; 16; 21; 34; 177; 229; 244)

Hale, Robert O., b. c. 1837 in GA; overseer; m. Lucy Dean Tucker Nov. 20, 1856 in Oglethorpe Co.; enl. March 1, 1862; pvt.; d. June 15, 1862 of typhoid fever in Richmond, VA. (14; 34; 56; 215)

Hale, Robert O., b. c. 1837 in GA; overseer; m. Lucy Dean Tucker Nov. 20, 1856 in Oglethorpe Co.; enl. March 1, 1862; pvt.; d. June 15, 1862 of typhoid fever in Richmond, VA. (14; 34; 56; 215)

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. (294)

Harris, Warren G., enl. Feb. 10, 1863; pvt.; drew clothing June 1, 1864. (14; 252)

Haskey, C. P., (could be Calvin P. Kirkley) no enl. date; pvt.; 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. (14)

Hearn, E. Abner, b. Sept. 18, 1832 in Wake Co., NC; moved to GA in 1859; miller; enl. April 26, 1861; pvt.; 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. (14; 34; 43, TN pension #S13362; 104; 220) ck Warren Co. marriages & cemetery for wife’s name

Hemphill, Robert "Bowen" Alexander, b. May 5, 1847 in Athens; bro. to W.A. Hemphill; enl. May 10, 1864, 5 days after his 14th birthday; pvt.; 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. (10; 20; 26 [5/763]; 34; 133)

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; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; 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. (10; 14; 26 [13/317]; 34; 59; 169; 202, 232)

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. (31; 269; 277; 278; 279)

Hill, Jesse T., b. July 21, 1836 in Greenville, SC; enl. May 12, 1862; pvt.; transf. to Cobb’s Legion May 13, 1862; pvt.; 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. (14; 16; 34; 157; 244)

Homer, George A., b. Jan. 1835 in Monson, MA; merchant in Clarke Co.; enl. April 24, 1861; 3rd Sgt.; furl. July 1, 1861; reported disability, chronic rheumatism and disch. Dec. 27, 1861 while in Camp Marion; rejoined company; served bal of war; paroled at Newton, N. C. by the 10th Mich. Cav. about April 19, 1865; jewelry dealer in Clarke Co. in 1870. (14; 30; 56; 57; 261)

Hopkins, John W., enl. Feb. 12, 1862; pvt.; transf. to Co. D, Cobb’s Legion Inf. Bttn. May 18, 1863; pvt.; 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. (10; 30; 34; 63; 84; 181)

Hoyt, Robert T., b. Dec. 24, 1835 in Clarke Co.; enl. Dec. 13, 1861 in Co. B, GA Hussars which became Co. D, 2nd Bttn. GA Cav.; 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; pvt.; paroled at Newton, N. C. by the 10th Mich. Cav. 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 (182) druggist in Rome, GA; d. Jan. 3, 1886; buried in Myrtle Hill Cem., Rome, GA. (14; 34; 55; 88; 166; 182; 202; 252)

Hudson, Thomas Floyd, b. May 10, 1837 in Franklin Co., GA; lived in Jackson Co. in 1860; enl. March 1, 1862; pvt.; 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. (14; 16; 22; 34; 64; 101; 244; 255) ck marriage records of Clarke Co. for maiden name of his wife, Anna L. Hudson

Huggins, Alsa Moore, b. May 1843; Univ. of GA class of 1862 matriculate; enl. May 12, 1862; pvt.; 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. (14; 34; 138; 169; 244)

Hughes, E. M., (could be Thomas M. Hughes), enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; 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. (14)

Hughes, John H., b. in 1840 in Athens, GA; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; 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. (14; 26; 31; 133)

Hughes, Thomas M., b. July 1, 1841 in Abbeville Dist., SC; lived in Watkinsville, GA; enl. July 17, 1861; pvt.; 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. (14; 34; 43, TN Pension Records #S13362, Montgomery Co.; 56; 112; 126; 273)

Hunter, John J., b. Dec. 17, 1844 in Jackson Co., GA; lived in Athens before the war; enl. Nov. 11, 1862; pvt.; disch. March 1863 while at Camp Helen due to sickness; enl. 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. (14; 16; 34; 49; 66; 120; 133; 145)

 

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