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3rd Georgia Infantry CSA

Name: William HollingsworthRank: Surgeon Company:
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Name: Edward A. TarpleyRank: Private Company:
Edward A Tarpley was a private in the 3rd regiment Georgia volunteer Infantry Wilkinson county . April 26 1861 . During the war he was captured , Deep Bottom August 16 1864. He was sent to venus point Savanah River Georgia for exchange November 15 , 1864 He was my 3rd grandfather
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Name: George Short KnowlesRank: Unknown Company: A
search for close relatives of ancestor,brothers and cousins in south
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Name: Nathan Needham ProctorRank: Private Company: A
This was my G,G,Great Grandfather who was a Private in the 3rd. Georgia Regiment Company A (Mahoe's Div.3 corps
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Name: James M. StokesRank: Chaplain Company: A
James dob 1838. Enlisted in 3rd Georgia infantry, Burke Guard Co. A, 26 April 1861. Promoted to full Chaplain 15 July 1862. Captured Gettysburg 5 July 1863, Exchanged and turned over to Major Mulford 5 Oct. 1863. P.O.W. 26 April 1865 @ Bennett's House Durham's Station, N.C.,Mustered out 19 May 1865 Augusta,Ga. Died of consumption contracted during the war in Suwanee County,Live Oak, Fl.1875.
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Name: William Franklin ThomasRank: Private Company: A
William was born 2 Sept.1843 and was 17 in 1860. He was from Blount County Alabama. How he wound up in the Co A. 3rd Georgia Infantry is a mystery. I have not found his records. My sole source is his CSA gravestone in Columbia Cemetery, Columbia, Houston Co Alabama. He died 1 March 1931. He is my 3rd cousin 4 x removed. Deo Vindice
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Name: James Monroe WilsonRank: Private Company: B
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Name: J Thomas MinterRank: Private Company: C
KIA at Rivers Bridge,SC buried at cemetery
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Name: Charles S. BusseyRank: 2nd Sergeant Company: D
Born 2 May 1841. Enlisted 24 April 1861. Promoted to 2nd Sergeant 28 April 1862. Killed in action at the Battle of Malvern Hill 1 July 1862.
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Name: Andrew Jackson OwensRank: Private Company: D
Andrew Jackson Owens was my maternal 3rd Great Grandfather. He was a POW at Point Lookout MD. and died was imprisoned.
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Name: Benjamin Franklin SammonsRank: Private Company: D
Enlisted as a Private on 15 July 1862 at the age of 29.
Surrendered on 9 April 1865 at Appomattox Court House, VA.
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Name: William Selman MiddlebrooksRank: Private Company: E
Died 31 December 1862
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Name: Mancy A. HallRank: Corporal Company: F
Enlisted 26 Apr 1861 at at Irwinton, GA.
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Name: Hiram NunnRank: Private Company: G
Started out in 3rd GA Regiment. Transferred into 48th GA Regiment. Served at 7 Pines, Cold Harbor, Petersburg, Appomattox, Malvern Hill, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg and Manassas Gap. Lost a finger at Malvern Hill. Had younger brother Joshua who served with him in 48th. Mustered in from Statenville, GA.
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Name: John VailRank: Private Company: G
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Name: John C. BaughRank: Private Company: H
Enlisted 15 Mar 1862 at Columbus, GA in 3rd Battalion GA Infantry.
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Name: Reuben W. BaughRank: Private Company: H
Enlisted 15 Mar 1862 at Columbus, GA in 3rd Battalion GA Infantry.
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Name: Samuel Warren DavisRank: Private Company: H
3rd Regiment, Georgia Infantry(From the national park service website)

3rd Infantry Regiment was assembled at Augusta, Georgia, in April, 1861. Its companies were recruited in the counties of Clarke, Burke, Dawson, Dade, Madison, Baldwin, and Oconee. This regiment served in the Departments of Norfolk, North Carolina, and Middle and Eastern Florida before being assigned to the Army of Northern Virginia. Here it was under the command of General A.R. Wright and after November, 1864, General Sorrell. It participated in the difficult campaigns of the army from Seven Pines to Cold Harbor, then was involved in the Petersburg siege north and south of the James River and various conflicts around Appomattox. The unit reported 25 killed, 110 wounded, and 22 missing at Malvern Hill and had 10 killed and 129 wounded at Chancellorsville. It lost more than forty-five percent of the 441 engaged at Gettysburg, and there were 75 casualties at Manassas Gap. The 3rd surrendered in April, 1865, with 12 officers and 236 men. Its commanders were Colonels Edward J. Walker and Ambrose R. Wright; Lieutenant Colonels A.B. Montgomery, R.B. Nisbet, James S. Reid, and Claiborne Snead; and Majors George E. Hayes, John F. Jones, Augustus H. Lee, and John R. Sturges.

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Name: James H. IrbyRank: Private Company: H
Enlisted 11 Jun 1861 Covington, GA.
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Name: Thomas H. KennonRank: Unknown Company: H
My Great Grandfather, Thomas Kennon served in the 3rd Ga Infantry and Surrendered at Appomatax. I'm looking for information about his service and also where he is buried.
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Name: Joel A. RiceRank: Private Company: H
Served April 25th 1861 thru April 9th, 1865. Wounded April 7th, 1865 at Farmville, Va. Mustered out 2 days later at Appomattox, Va.
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Name: James B. HornRank: Private Company: I
Born about 1831, probably in Harris County, Georgia. Probably the son of Michael and Elizabeth Horne of Russell County, Alabama. Married Mary Ann Smyrl on 1 Dec 1850 in Russell County, Alabama.

The History of Wilkinson County, Georgia by Davidson and the pension application of his widow state that he served in Company I, but his Civil War Service Records lists him as serving in Company G. He enlisted 10 May 1862.
Per his widow's pension application, his head was shot off by a cannonball at the battle of Gettysburg on 2 Jul 1863.

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Name: Willoughby E. KingeryRank: Private Company: I
Wounded at Malvern Hill, Virginia. Wounded again near Petersburg, Virginia, leaving him wounded and disabled.
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