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16th Georgia Infantry CSA

Name: Thomas M. FaulknerRank: Private Company: A
My 5th cousin Thomas M. Faulkner (b. 1839) enlisted on 11 July 1861 as a Pvt. with Company A 16th Georgia Volunteer Infantry CSA, Army of Northern Virginia. He was part of the 'Madison County Grays'. Thomas died of disease in camp near Richmond, Virginia, on 4 September 1861. He is buried in Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond. Hollywood Cemetery was established in 1847. Well-known Confederates soldiers buried there include J.E.B. Stuart, George Pickett, and Matthew Maury.

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Name: Henry L. HerringRank: Private Company: A
Enlisted in Madison County, Ga (Madison County Grays) in July 18,1862. Wounded in left arm and permanently disabled at Chancellorsville, Va. on May 3,1863. Born in GA in 1836, he died in Madison County, GA in 1914.
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Name: Allen D. HoopaughRank: Unknown Company: B
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Name: Allen T. JusticeRank: Corporal Company: B
Justice, Allen T., Corporal
Company B, 16th Georgia Infantry

Born in Jackson County, Georgia where he enlisted prior to April 1862. Left sick at Goldsboro, N.C. April 4, 1862. Captured at Crampton's Gap, Maryland on September 14,1862. Sent from Fort Delaware, Del. to Aiken's Landing, Va. for exchange October 2, 1862. Admitted to General Hospital at Camp Winder, Richmond, Va., October 11, 1862. Transferred to Camp Lee, Richmond, Va., October 18, 1862. Appointed Corporal in 1862. Died August 5, 1863.

Born: about 1843 in Jackson County, GA
Died: August 5, 1863
Buried: unknown
Married: No
Children: None
Occupation: unknown
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Name: MATTHEW POPE PENTECOSTRank: 1st Sergeant Company: B
MY GREAT-GREAT GREAT GRANDFATHER WAS BORN IN JACKSON,CO. 1830
HE WAS A FARMER, HE HAD 160 ACRE FARM ON BEECH CREEK,ON PRESENT DAY BOWMAN MILL RD HE ENLISTED AUG.13 1861. CAPT A.M.
REYNOLDS CO.B. LEFT ATHENS GA FOR RICHMOND VA. SHORTLY THEREAFTER. FOUGHT IN EVERY MAJOR BATTLE WITH THE A.N.V.BATTLE
OF CRAMPTONS GAP,SHARPSBURG,FREDRICKSBURG,CHANCELLORSVILLE,
THE WILDERNESS JUST TO NAME A FEW, HE WAS KILLED IN ACTION
AT FRONT ROYAL,VA AUGUST 16TH,1864 BURIED THERE AS UNKNOWN
WITH HIS OTHER COMMERADES AT PROSPECT HILL CEMETARY.
HONOR THE BRAVE..
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Name: George Washington ClevelandRank: Corporal Company: C
George W. Cleveland was a school teacher and the son of Obediah and Annie Cleveland,,he enlisted on July 13,1861 at the age of 21 and was promoted to full corporal after enlistment,,he was wounded in the right wrist and captured at the battle of Cramptoms Gap in MD. on Sept. 14,1862 and exchanged at Aikins Landing on Nov.10,1862.
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Name: Elias Sanders DyarRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: C
Dyar, Elias S. -- 2nd Lieutenant - July 13, 1861. Hart County, Georgia
Captured at Crampton's Gap, Maryland September 14, 1862.
Paroled November 10, 1862. Died in 1st Division General
Hospital at Camp Winder, Richmond, Virginia, June 6, 1864.
Buried there in Hollywood Cemetery in Soldiers Section U - 540. I have original tin type photo in uniform.
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Name: Robert M. FainRank: Private Company: C
Robert M. Fain was my Great Grandfather who was from the Starr-Iva community of SC. b.1839 - d.1916 Film # M226 Roll #20; He was the father of my Grandmother, Anne (Dolly) Fain Moore.
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Name: John KinleyRank: Private Company: C
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Name: James W. BrooksRank: Private Company: D
Brooks, James W.- private January 28, 1862. Severely wounded in left shoulder at Wilderness, Va. May 6,1864. Absent without leave September 1, 1864. Pension records show he was unable to return to command on account of wounds. (Born in Georgia January 30,1836.)
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Name: William Walker FittsRank: Private Company: D
Enlisted as a private May 14, 1862. Never sick; never furloughed. Killed at the 'Bloody Angle' Battle of Spotsylvania Court House May 12, 1864.

For those descendants who are interested in more information about the 16th GA, feel free to contact me. Their regimental history is impressive! They were involved in most of the major battles of the eastern theater and one of the few regiments that also fought in major battles of the west. I am doing research for a book which will be about the 16th GA and include info on men from all 10 companies. If you'd like your ancestor included, feel free to submit a short bio. Thanks :-)
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Name: William PattenRank: Private Company: D
died on medical furlough (at home) 26 Dec 1863
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Name: Abraham Neelin SmithRank: Private Company: D
Abraham was in 16th Ga volunteer Calvary and transferred to the 13th Ga company D on May 21,1864
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Name: Alexander BlackRank: Private Company: E
Alexander Black was born in Hamblen Co. Tenn. and was believed to have joined or was conscripted after Longstreet withdrew from Knoxville into upper East Tenn. after the Battle of Fort Sanders. Alexander Black joined Co. E., 16th Georgia. He was shot in the knee at the Battle of the Wilderness. Received a pension. Married Sarah C. Young and died in Knoxville, Tenn. Had a veteran's stone and stone dedication for Alexander Black. He is buried at Greenwood Cemetery in Knoxville.
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Name: William Colley CrumleyRank: Corporal Company: E
Enlisted 1861, Habersham Guards, admitted to General Hospital at Richmond 13, May 1862. Died of chronic,diarrehoea, 22, May 1862. Oldest of four brothers who served the Confederacy. George B. Crumley, Sidney Smith Crumley, and Chappel C. Crumley would serve in the same brigade, 24th Ga. Infantry. He was buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond on 23, May 1862. In 1860, William married Nancy Ivester. Shortly upon knowledge of his death, his young widow moved to Polk County Tennessee to live near her parents.
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Name: Charles J. AustinRank: Sergeant Company: F
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Name: John H.d. McraeRank: Captain Company: F
need any info on him, went in as capt came out as colonel, and any info on this unit
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Name: Elijah H. PalmerRank: Private Company: F
Palmer, Elijah H.- private July 19, 1861. Died of disease,
Goldsboro, N. C., June 2,1862.
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Name: George Washington PalmerRank: Private Company: F
Palmer, George Washington- private July 19, 1861. Left at
Goldsboro, N. C., sick, April 5,1862. Sent to hospital November
1862. Discharged, underage, at Danville, Va. December 1,1862.
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Name: John L. PalmerRank: Private Company: F
There is so little on the internet about this Regiment, any additional information is appreciated.

John Palmer is my GGGrandfather. Born 7 Nov 1836. Died 8 May 1910 Buried in Between, GA
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Name: Robert PalmerRank: Private Company: F
Palmer, Robert- private July 19,1861. Killed at Crampton's
Gap, Md. September 14,1862.
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Name: William PalmerRank: Private Company: F
Palmer, William- private July 19, 1861. Killed at Malvern
Hill, Va. July 1,1862.
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Name: Frederick PatrickRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: F
Enlisted July 19, 1861. Wounded at Crampton's Gap, Md. Sept. 14, 1862. Wounded in eye, resulting in loss of sight, at Fredricksburg, Va. Dec. 13, 1862. Captured at Cold Harbor, Va. June 1, 1864. Released at Fort Delaware, Del. June 17, 1865. Born in Walton Co. Georgia June 1, 1844.
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Name: Ambrose Alexander TimmonsRank: Unknown Company: F
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Name: Robert Bell ArcherRank: Unknown Company: G
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Name: James Adam MoonRank: Private Company: G
1823-1908
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Name: Alfred M. ThompsonRank: Private Company: G
Son of Lewis D.Thompson & Mourning Bailey. Grandson of Sherod Thompson & Charlotte Land. Private July 20,1861. Killed at Crampton's Gap, Md. September 14,1862.
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Name: Augustus Columbus ThompsonRank: Captain Company: G
Son of William Sherod Thompson & Eliza Bailey,grandson of Sherod Thompson & Charlotte Land Elected Captain July 20, 1861. Wounded at Crampton's Gap, Md. September 14, 1862. Resigned August 1, 1863 due to his injury. Resignation accepted September 9,1863. (Born in Ga. in 1828. Buried in Fla.)
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Name: Elisha Monroe ThompsonRank: Unknown Company: G
Brother of Capt Augustus Thompson.1st Sergeant July 20, 1861. Appointed Quartermaster Sergeant October 1861. Surrendered, Ap pomattox, Va. April 9,1865. Son of William Sherod Thompson,grandson of Sherod & Charlotte Land Thompson
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Name: Milton ThompsonRank: Private Company: G
Son of Green Thompson & Lucinda Bailey. Grandson of Sherod Thompson & Charlotte Land. Private July 20,1861. Captured at Cedar Creek, Va. October 19,1864. Released at Point Lookout, Md. June 20,1865
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Name: William S. ThompsonRank: Private Company: G
Son of Green Thompson. Grandson of Sherod Thompson & Charlotte Land. Private May 15,1862. Admitted to Jackson Hospital at Richmond, Va. with sprained ankle November 24,1864. Returned to duty December 22,1864. No later record
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Name: Sparklin Dupree BrewerRank: Private Company: H
Sparklin born May 28, 1828 Died Jan.16, 1919.
He enlisted Aug-1861.
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Name: William John ForesterRank: Unknown Company: H
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Name: Eli Pinson LandersRank: Private Company: H
Featured in book In Care of Yellow River Post Office. Not my relative, but from Lilburn. His unit was called the Flint Hill Grays. He boarded train from Stone Mountain to go to Richmond on August 11th, 1861. Died of Typhoid Fever October 27, 1863 in Rome GA after the Battle of Chickamagua. He participated in the Battles of Gettysburg, Crampton's Gap, Fredricksburg, Chancelorsville, Seven Days Battle, and Dam No 1 on the Warwick River. He had a bad reaction to the small pox vaccine he describes in the book. His mother was Susan McDaniel Landers.
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Name: Osborne Cicero ColeRank: Private Company: I
Killed in action at Chancellorsville, May 4, 1863.
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Name: Richard Sheppard MyersRank: Private Company: I
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Name: Thomas J. VaughanRank: Private Company: I
Volunteered in Lawerenceville, Gwinnett Co. GA July 16, 1861
Discharged 1865. Most of his records have T. J. Vaughn
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Name: Major W. LordRank: Private Company: L
Born in Jackson County, GA in Oct 1807. Enlisted 20 July 1861. Died at Richmond, VA on 15 Sep 1861
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