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25th Georgia Infantry CSA

Name: George Archibald JacksonRank: Unknown Company:
I accessed my great grandfather's unit, the 25th Regiment of Georgia volunteer infantry, CSA, also known as the Ogeechee Rifles. Could not get past first page of unit members, so am wondering if you have him. He entered as 3rd Lt. and exited as Captain in Company K.

Thanks.

PS I have lots of his personal info, but would like a summary of the unit's activities during the Civil War.
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Name: Rufus Ezekiel LesterRank: 1st Lieutenant Company:
Rufus E. Lester was the Adjutant of the 25th Georgia Infantry.
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Name: Littleton F. BowenRank: Private Company: A
This gentleman is my grat-granddaddy. I would like to know more about his military career. He was with the Bryan Independent Riflemen, Company A.
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Name: James A. MathewsRank: Private Company: A
The Body was pick up at Tunnel Hill Georgia by his Father
My question is? where was he buried?
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Name: Edwin R. WellsRank: Private Company: A
Enlisted 8/14/1861 at Savannah. Admitted to St. Marys Hosptial, West Point Miss. on 1/10/1865. Served in Co. A 25th Geo. Vol. Inf. Bryan Independent Riflemen.
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Name: Francis Marion CookRank: Unknown Company: C
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Name: William C. PankeyRank: Private Company: C
William has scant records in the Archives. His service is listed as Pvt. Co. C, Co L, and Co H of 25th Regiment Georgia Vol.Infantry [Calhoun Repeaters ] He enlisted 20 Sept. 1861 in Calhoun County, Ga. In Capt. R.J. McClary's Company for one year. His signature appears on a list of POW's dated July 18, 186- at Canton Miss.
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Name: Leonard Franklin CoxRank: Private Company: D
Based on UDC Cross of Military Service received by Lt. Alma Cox Reedy, for service in the 'WORLD WAR and WHEREAS, she is a lineal descendant of Leonard Franklin Cox, who served honorably as a Private in Co. D 25th Georgia Infantry Regiment, in the War Between the States,...'
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Name: James Madison HinesRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: D
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Name: Orin J. AyersRank: Private Company: E
O.J. Ayers from Henry County, Alabama.
AYERS, O. J. Born July 14, 1833
Pvt. Enrolled April 16, 1862
discharged April 12, 1964

“Irwin Invincibles”, “Liberty Volunteers” or “Henry Light Infantry”
A voluntary independent company of infantry was organized by John L. Irwin (Captain) in August of 1861. They assembled at Franklin Alabama on or about the 8th of August, and set forth to join their kinsmen and friends at the front.
The name “Irwin Invincibles” come from the Company’s first Captain and 1st Lt., R. W. Irwin. The Captain died of Typhoid fever and pneumonia at Maddon Bluff, Virginia in 1861, but R. W. Irwin fought throughout the war and later lived and died in Fort Gaines, Georgia.
This company organized in Henry County, Alabama joined the 25th Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Infantry and became Company E. The Roster of these men, as recorded in Georgia Archives, is as follows:

Buried: Oaklawn Cemetery, Atlanta Georgia, Fulton Co, GA

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=54981794

1850 Census Orin/Arin J. Ayers Raeville, Henry Co, AL
1860 Census Orin/Arin J. Ayers Raeville, Henry Co, AL


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Name: Edward HolmesRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: E
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Name: William Sanford NormanRank: Captain Company: E
My great-great grandfather. His daughter, Mary Amarintha Norman, married Isaac Beckett, a former Union Lieutenant from New York in 1868. They were my great-grandparents. Wish I had been there!
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Name: Allen B. FlowersRank: Private Company: F
Enlisted as a Private on 14 August 1861 at the age of 36.
Discharged on 15 June 1862.
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Name: Benjamin F. FlowersRank: 2nd Sergeant Company: F
Enlisted as a Private on 14 August 1861 at the age of 21.
Promoted to 2nd Sergeant on 13 May 1862
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Name: Jacob S. FlowersRank: Private Company: F
Enlisted as a Private on 14 August 1861 at the age of 34.
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Name: Jacob N. FlowersRank: 2nd Corporal Company: F
Enlisted as a Private on 14 August 1861 at the age of 26.
Promoted to 2nd Corporal on 11 May 1862.
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Name: David Clayton HowardRank: Private Company: F
Enlisted as a Private on 8 August 1861 at the age of 22.
Mustered in Company F, 25th Infantry Regiment Georgia on 14 August 1861.
Died on 28 August 1862.
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Name: Robert J. MinorsRank: Private Company: F
Buried at North Newington Baptist Church, Newington,Ga.
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Name: James Frank WatsonRank: Private Company: F
Watson, James F. -- Private - August 14, 1861. Roll for
October 31, 1862, last on file, shows him present. Pension
records show he was ruptured and wounded through left knee
at Atlanta, Georgia July 22, 1864, and was at home on
wounded furlough close of war. (Born in Laurens County,
Georgia April 17, 1830.)
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Name: William AndersonRank: Unknown Company: G
Buried at Middle Ground Baptist Church, near Sylvania, Ga.
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Name: Lewis Martin Luther BryanRank: Captain Company: G
Buried at Bryan Family Cemetery, near Newington, Ga.
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Name: James H. ColsonRank: Unknown Company: G
Buried at North Newington Baptist Church, Newington, Ga.
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Name: William J. HodgesRank: Private Company: G
Also attached to 47th Reg. Co E...POW...Now buried North Newington Baptist Church, Newington Ga.
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Name: Sidney G. JarrellRank: Unknown Company: G
Grave marker at Bryan Family Cemetery,near Newington,Ga.
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Name: William J. JarrellRank: Unknown Company: G
Grave marker at Bryan Family Cemetery near Newington, Ga.
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Name: Jasper MallardRank: Private Company: G
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Name: Robert Wilson BakerRank: Sergeant Company: H
Born in Hinesville, Georgia to Richard Fuller Baker and Elizabeth G. (Dawsey) Baker in 1844. Enlisted Savannah, Ga August 27, 1861. Raised from the ranks to Sergeant in 1862. Wounded Chickamauga September 19, 1863. Died Medical Hospital College, Atlanta, Ga. on November 3, 1863. Buried Flemington Presbyterian Church, Hinesville, Ga.
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Name: James Wilson Winn JrRank: Unknown Company: H
Died from wounds received at Battle of Franklin, Tennessee on November 30, 1864.
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Name: James William GrooverRank: Private Company: I
Born in Bulloch Co, GA on March 5th, 1827. Enlisted October 25th, 1862 at Camp Young in Savannah, GA. Fought in the Siege of Vicksburg and Battle of Chickamauga. He was wounded in the left hand at the Battle of Chickamauga and thereafter could not perform regular duty. He was then sent to serve at a hospital in Macon, GA to help nurse the sick until the surrender. In 1908, he was living near Blocher, GA (Liberty Co.), which was right on the Liberty/Tattnall Co line. In that year, at age 81, he applied for his pension. Although he was poor and completely disabled, he was denied because he owned the little piece of land he lived on. He died the following year. He willed this piece of land to his grandson James 'Jessie' Groover (Charles Allen Groover's son) on the condition he take care of JW and his wife in their old age. In the GA court case Wilkes v. Groover, his daughter (Catherine America Groover Wilkes) sued to have the land taken away, claiming he did not take care of them as required.
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Name: Mills Cornelius BrinsonRank: Unknown Company: K
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Name: George Archibald JacksonRank: Captain Company: K
I wrote earlier, but now have found that you do have George Archibald Jackson, but do not have his rank and company. Please
add that he exited the 25th Georgia Infantry Regiment as Captain of Company K.
He entered service as third Lt., being promoted to 2nd and then 1st Lt. and finally, captain. I have documentation. He was wounded severely near Orangeburg SC on 11Fed1865 and was hospiralized at USC in Columbia until the end of the war.
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Name: Ransom LeeRank: Private Company: K
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Name: Peter S. TaylorRank: Private Company: K
He is my Great,Great,Granddaddy I would like to find out more about his time in the war.
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