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Jennings, Giles H., enl. Feb. 14, 1862; pvt.; d. July 15, 1862 in Richmond; buried in Hollywood Cem., Richmond, VA. (10; 14; 34; 36)

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; enl. May 12, 1862; pvt.; disch.; 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. (14; 16; 55; 66; 180; 224; 261)

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; enl. July 17, 1861; pvt.; 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. (18; 14; 20; 26 [20/347]; 66; 87; 238)

Jennings, James Jackson, b. Sept. 4, 1822 near Tuckston, GA; m. Jerusha Antonet Conner Oct. 21, 1849; enl. Dec. 8, 1863; pvt.; 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. (14; 16; 34; 249; cem. Book)

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; enl. July 17, 1861; disch. Dec. 12, 1861; re-enl. March 1, 1862; pvt.; 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. (14; 16; 30; 34; 39; 56; 61; 66; 244)

Jennings, Sanford D., b. 1841, lived in Clarke Co., GA.; enl. May 12, 1862; pvt.; 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. (14; 34)

Jennings, William Jones, b. Feb. 10, 1833 in GA; m. Susan Emily Harris May 24, 1860 in Walton Co.; enl. Sept. 4, 1862; pvt.; 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. (10; 14; 16; 34; 180; 252)

Johnson, James J., b. c. 1833 in GA; laborer; enl. May 12, 1862; pvt.; d. July 8, 1862 in Richmond, VA. (14; 34; 56)

Johnson, James "Forney" or "Foney" M. A., b. June 21, 1834; clerk in Watkinsville, GA; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; 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. (14; 16; 34; 56; 84)

Jonas, Thomas A., b. June 30, 1839 in Chester Dist., SC; moved to GA June 13, 1857; enl. May 12, 1862; pvt.; 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. (14; 34; 51; 130)

Jones, William Henry Paine, b. Aug. 4, 1832 in GA; trader; 1st m. Eliza Mead Harrison Jan. 1, 1856 in Clarke Co; enl. April 24, 1861; 4th Corp.; reduced to pvt. 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. (14; 34; 56; 66; 127; 193) ck 1870 census for occupation & Superior Court Records for account of trial

Kenney, John J (ames) N (athaniel), b. c. 1831 in GA; m. Eliza Frances Bradley Dec. 14, 1854 in Clarke Co.; enl. May 12, 1862; pvt.; 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. (14; 30; 34; 60; 66; 244; 260)

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; enl. July 17, 1861; pvt.; 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. (10; 14; 16; 34; 65; 66; 80; 122; 169; 242) (CK Greensboro & Elberton & Columbus, MS for burial)

Kirkley, Calvin P., (see C.P. Haskey) b. Sept. 12, 1828 in Morgan Co., GA; printer; enl. March 1, 1862; pvt.; served bal. of war; lived near Lula Junction, Hall Co., GA 1890-95. (14; 16; 34; 56; 147) not in Hall & Banks Co cemetery books CK MORGAN CO. CEMS. Ck Clarke Co. marriages 27 July 1854 to Eliz. Judy Blackman – verify & source

Kittle, William F., b. c. 1841 in GA; enl. June 26, 1861 in Co. A, Phillips’ Legion Inf. Bttn.; transf. to Troup Artillery Dec. 21, 1862; pvt.; 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. (14; 30; 34; 43, TN pension #S13362; 56; 57; 66; 175)

Lamar, Andrew Jackson, b. May 5, 1847 in Athens, GA; name changed from William to Andrew when his father died in 1848; enl. June 1, 1864; pvt.; 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. (6; 10; 16; 34; 43, TN Pension # S13362, Montgomery Co.; 111; 237; 240; 280)

Lane, W. F., enl. between May and June 1864; pvt.; drew clothing Dec. 31, 1864. (34; 252) (Willis Lane b. 1837; m. Nancy Colquitt May 12, 1892 in Oglethorpe Co. (177) d. Dec. 9, 1917, buried in the Russell Chapel A. M. E. /Friendship Baptist Church located about 150 yards Southwest of U. S. 78, 0.4 miles Southeast of State Hwy. 77 in Oglethorpe County, Georgia.)

Langford, George Milton, b. May 31, 1846 in Clarke Co. GA; enl. Feb. 3, 1864; pvt.; 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. (10; 14; 20; 26 [14/94]; 34; 40; 261)

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; enl. May 19, 1862; pvt.; 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. (14; 34; 54; 64; 71; 204)

Ledbetter, Joseph William, b. July 23, 1845 in GA; enl. July 11, 1861 in Co. A, 16th Regt. GA Vol. Inf.; pvt.; disch. while in Camp Bryan, VA, Nov. 14, 1861; enl. in the Troup Artillery Feb. 10, 1863, pvt.; 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. (10; 14; 16; 19; 34; 55; 130; 144; 183; 286)

Lee, Absalom E. "Tip", b. c. 1836; lived in Watkinsville, GA; Univ. of GA class of 1857 matriculate; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; 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. (10; 14; 34; 55; 169; 172)

Lilly, John, b. April 22, 1842 in Athens, GA; enl. April 27, 1861; pvt.; 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. (14; 16; 26 [15/279]; 34; 66; 109)

Lombard, Charles B., b. c. 1821 in Auburn, NY; Captain of the Athens Guards in 1854; enl. May 8, 1861; pvt.; appt’d. artificer; disch. June 3, 1861 by Surgeon’s Certificate of disability; dentist in Athens before and after the war. (14; 56; 172; 269)

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; enl. April 24, 1861; pvt.; 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. (14; 56; 96; 102; 172; 187; 202; 284)

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; enl. 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. (14; 16; 56; 96; 102; 169; 186; 187; 264; 284)

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; enl. April 29, 1861; pvt.; 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. (14; 31; 56; 169; 180; 187; 284)

Lyle, Charles C., b. 1842 in GA; lived in Clarke Co. in 1850; enl. March 1, 1862; pvt.; disch. (1; 34) (Check 3rd Confed. Cav, Co. E & 11th Ga. Cav., Co. G & 3rd Cav. Ga. St. Gds., Co. F)

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 enl. 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, Cav. Bttn., June 3, 1863; (CK CSR of Cobb’s Legion & add info) 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. (10; 14; 16; 31; 34; 56; 63; 169; 201; 242)

 

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