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12th Georgia Infantry CSA

Name: Shepherd Green PryorRank: Captain Company: A
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Name: Joshua JacksonRank: Private Company: B
Joshua Jackson served in Company B and was killed at McDowell, Virginia May 8 1862. John Jackson (younger brother)was a private at the end of the war and was wounded near Washington D.C. July 12 1864. Surrendered with Lee at Appamattox April 9 1865.
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Name: William G. JacksonRank: Private Company: B
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Name: John Jackson IIIRank: Private Company: B
John Jackson was a private at the end of the war. Wounded near Washington D.C. July 12 1864. Surrendered with Lee at Appamattox April 9 1865. Oldest brother Joshua Jackson also served in Company B and was killed at McDowell, Virginia May 8 1862.
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Name: Abel JamesRank: Corporal Company: B
Abel and his brothers William and Thomas were all captured at Spotsylvania Courthouse and sent to Point Lookout POW Camp, and then Elmira. William died at Elmira and is buried in the cemetery there.
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Name: Thomas Jefferson JamesRank: Private Company: B
Thomas Jefferson James was born in June 1846 in Jones County, Georgia. He enlisted with Co. B, 12th Georgia -- his brothers' unit -- on 3 June 1863, just in time to deploy for the Battle of Gettysburg. He and his brothers William and Abel fought in their units' numerous battles until 10 May 1865 when they were all captured at the Battle of Spotsylvania Courthouse. Their unit, part of Doles' Brigade, were overwhelmed by Upton's charge at the western side of the Mule Shoe. They were taken prisoner and sent to Point Lookout POW Camp, and then Elmira. William died at Elmira and is buried in the cemetery there. According to Thomas' daughter, Annie May Carson, Thomas had attempted an escape by digging out with a spoon. He was recaptured and not released until the end of the war.
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Name: William J. JamesRank: Private Company: B
William J James, from Jones County, Georgia, was born in 1842. He enlisted on 6 Sep 1861 and saw action in numerous battles with his brothers Thomas Jefferson James and Abel James. All three brothers were captured at the Battle of Spotsylvania Courthouse along with others from Doles Brigade who were overwhelmed by Upton's assault on the western side of the Mule Shoe. The three brothers were initially sent to Point Lookout, Maryland, and then transferred to the notorious POW camp in Elmira, New York. William died of illness there and is buried in the National Cemetery there.
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Name: Riley Truit MartinRank: Unknown Company: B
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Name: George Washington Beggs(Baggs)Rank: Private Company: C
War record shows name Biggs toward front and later as Beggs
after being released from Elmira Prison Camp in New York..
After the War it became Baggs....Captured Spottsylvania Court
House.Held Pt. Lookout,Md.-Transferred to Elmira,N.Y. until
War ended.
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Name: James A. CarsonRank: Sergeant Company: C
Sgt. Carson died in Lynchburg, Virginia, on or about August 26, 1862. I suspect he died of a measles outbreak going through the regiment at the time.
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Name: Thomas D. A. PhillipsRank: Private Company: C
Thomas D. A. Phillips was given several assignments such as Ewell''s Pioneer Corps, and was at Charlottesville, Virginia making shoes at the time of Lee''s surrender. He was present with his regiment at most all the major battles in Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. According to his widow''s sponsor on her application for a Confederate Widow''s Pension, ''He was a true and brave soldier.'' He married and named his first born Thomas Jackson Phillips.
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Name: George Cleveland SmithRank: Sergeant Company: C
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Name: Eli F. CurryRank: Unknown Company: E
my paternal g g g grandad Eli F Curry b1831-d1876
Eli served in Company E, Evans Brigade 12th GA CSA light artillery He survived the war but died at the young age of 45. His uncle was Ga Senator Ben H. Hill
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Name: John A. CurryRank: Private Company: E
John A. Curry he married Mary Hattaway in Washington co GA 4-14-1844 he joined the CSA on 3-1-1863 in Company E, Evans Brigade. was captured in July 1864 at Leesburg, Loudoun County, Virginia after he fell behind his company, too ill to continue. He died as a prisoner of war in August 11 1864.. He is buried in Arlington National Cemetery near the Confederate Memorial (Sect. 16, Grave 55).
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Name: Allen HewittRank: Private Company: E
Enlisted on 25 Apr 1864 Decatur, GA.
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Name: Asa Monroe MarshallRank: Chaplain Company: G
Asa is my great-great grandfather. He was a private and Company G's Chaplain. He was wounded on Dec. 13, 1861 at the Battle of Allegheny Mountain in WVA. He became a minister in Eatonton GA after the war and lived until 1914. He is buried in Harmony Baptist church Cemetery in Eatonton.
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Name: Henry H. MarshallRank: 4th Sergeant Company: G
Wounded at Battle of McDowell VA on May 8, 1962 and was captured at Gettysburg July 4, 1863 as a member of Dole's Brigade. He was sent to Fort Delaware DE and exchanged on July 13.
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Name: Stephen B. MarshallRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: G
Severely wounded at Battle of McDowell VA and had to resign his commission in 1863. He is the brother of 4Sgt. Henry H Marshall with whom he enlisted on 15 June 1861.
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Name: William Edward WilsonRank: Private Company: G
enlisted 15 Jun 1862
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Name: Abner R. ZachryRank: Captain Company: G
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Name: Malachi ParkersonRank: Private Company: H
Died 30 June 1865, Point Lookout, Maryland.
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Name: Joseph W. BecktonRank: Private Company: I
Any information on Private Beckton would be appreciated.
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Name: William Henry BenefieldRank: Unknown Company: I
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Name: William Henry BenefieldRank: Unknown Company: I
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Name: John Harrison DampierRank: Private Company: I
Pvt. John Harrison Dampier enlisted in the 50th Georgia Regiment Infantry Co. D, known as 'Valdosta Guards,' on March 4, 1862. He was transferred to Co. I, 12th Regt. Georgia Infantry in 1863. He was captured at Spotsylvania, Virginia on May 10, 1864 and was released at Elmira, N.Y. on June 16, 1865.
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Name: Robert Washington DampierRank: Corporal Company: I
Cpl. Robert Washington Dampier, 12th Georgia Volunteers Infantry, Company I enlisted when the unit was organized on June 14, 1861 in Lowndes County, Ga. He was wounded at McDowell, Virginia March 8, 1862 and Wilderness, Virginia on May 10, 1864. He was home on wounded furlough in August of 1864.
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Name: William Berrien DampierRank: Private Company: I
Pvt. William Berrien Dampier of the 12th Georgia Volunteers Infantry, Company I. He died at the engagement at Camp Allegheny, Allegheny Mountain, West Virginia on December 19, 1861.
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Name: John William King GoldwireRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: I
Killed in action, May 8th, 1862 at the Battle of McDowell, Virgina
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Name: Wyatt Frank AndersRank: Private Company: K
Wyatt Anders died at Camp Bartow Hospital on 22 Nov , 1861. We are still searching for his burial site.
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Name: Willis C. CarrollRank: Private Company: K
Enlisted June 15 1861. Captured Apr 2 1865 at Petersburg, VA. Released at Pt Lookout MD June 26 1865. Born April 20 1831 in Upson Co GA. My great grandfather from Charing, Taylor County, Georgia
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Name: Daniel James IIIRank: Unknown Company: K
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Name: Augustus S. LockettRank: Private Company: K
Born in Warren County, Georgia about 1831. Enlisted 15 Jun 1861. 1 Feb 1862 sent to hospital in Staunton, VA where he died of war injuries, death recorded as 'dropsy'. Son of Green H. Lockett 1801-1870 and Mary 'Polly' Ennis Lockett 1808-1877 both of Warren County, Georgia. Reportedly served in Co K with his brother Uriah Solomon Lockett 1832-1905. He is my 1st cousin, 3x removed.
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Name: Stephen SwainRank: Private Company: K
Stephen Swain was my great-great grandfather, who went to war when he was 41 years old. I'm interested in any additional information concerning him.
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