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1st Georgia Infantry CSA

Name: Joseph . CookRank: Unknown Company:
I've just found this information on a tombstone at Flat Shoals Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery in Stockbridge, Henry, Georgia. I'm not sure if it is my ancestor or not, but I am hopeful. Tombstone reads: Joseph Cook, CO I, 53 GA INF, C.S.A.
seen on www.billiongraves.com.
My ancestor Joseph Cook died between 1810 and 1822, and it has been very difficult to find any trace of him. He had a wife Mary, and a son, Richard.
Contact Name: Barbara Cook Meredith
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Name: James Warren PriceRank: Private Company:
James Warren Price is my 3rd Great-grandfather.

Listed as Warren Price, 1st Georgia Regulars, on his Combined Service Record, he is the son of James Mitchell Price and Elizabeth Black. He was born in Johnson County, Ga, 1841, and married Susan Alitia Ross. They had James Warren Price, Jr., whom married Ophelia Spence and had Susan Flora Price. Susan Flora Price married Obediah Silas Spence and had Eva DeBertha Spence. Eva DeBertha Spence married Henry Gilbert Simpson and had Opal Inez Simpson. Opal Inez Simpson married Benjamen Franklin Brown and had my father, Dan Edwin Brown.

Warren Price served Dec 1863 - May 1865, and is listed as being Paroled 22 May 1865 in Augusta, Ga. He is said to have been wounded and captured in the hospital. He is listed as a conscript and is buried with much of his family in the Price Family Cemetery near Wrightsville, Ga. His grave has a V.A. issued headstone that clearly marks him as being in the 1st GA Regulars. We have an origional picture of Warren Price and his wife in the family.
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Name: George Washington ColquittRank: Private Company: A
Enlisted as a Private on 4 August 1861 at the age of 20.
Transferred into Company G, 7th Infantry Regiment Georgia on 4 August 1861.
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Name: George Washington GilliamRank: 1st Corporal Company: A
he is my grand granddaddy on my mother side of the family. his son Washington Jr is my mother daddy. I followed him for birth to his death in Cherokee Ala he was living in Cedar Creek Ala. He died in 1917 or 1908. that were the problem began 'NO ONE ) know were he is buried it is like he drop off the face of the earth and anything will help think in advance for information I can get Ronnie Dix now as you know his last name has may ways of spelling
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Name: Samuel L. HansardRank: Private Company: A
My 2nd cousin Samuel L. Hansard (b. 1840) served with the CSA in Galt's Regiment of the 1st Ga. Inf.
Contact Name: Donna Schwieder
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Homepage: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~southron/Hansford
Date Added: 6/8/2005Edit Ancestor Edit your relative   Delete Ancestor Delete your relative
Name: William Benjamin OrrRank: Private Company: A
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Name: Peter Grayson StroudRank: Private Company: B
1st Georgia Regulars Infantry: Enlisted: Apr 5 1861 Troup Co. Ga. Bluirsville Ga. {by Capt Fain} Born:Aug, 1807 NC. Died Sep 19,1872 Towns Co Georgia.{ buried Carter Cemetary} admited Moore Hospital CSA Danville VA.Dec 31 1861 .{Hammock Landing Fla. Muster Jun, 1, 1864 .{receipt clothing}
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Name: Robert Holt Atkinson, Sr.Rank: Captain Company: C
from his gravestone in West View Cemetery, Atlanta, GA
'Capt. Co. C First Ga Regulars CSA'
Contact Name: Rob Shearer
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Name: William Martin CappsRank: Private Company: C
Company C, 1st Regiment, Georgia Infantry
Contact Name: Kenneth Turner
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Name: Joseph Washington HodgeRank: Private Company: C
HODGE, Joseph Washington
Present address Addison, Al.
Born Oct 17, 1844 at Line, Carroll County, Ga. first entered the service as
Pvt on April 10, 1862 at Campbelton, Ga. in the 1st Ga Inf Co C until 1865
when I was paroled on April 26, 1865 at Greensboro, NC. No records
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Name: Patrick Henry WhiteRank: 1st Sergeant Company: C
Catured outside of Atlanta in 1864.
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Name: Benjamin Hazard PamerRank: 1st Sergeant Company: D
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Contact Name: John H Tarpley
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Name: Pryor R. Stan(d)fieldRank: Private Company: D
enlisted on august 1, 1863.captured at Kennesaw mountain, georgia june 17, 1864.released at camp morton indiana on may 22,1865.
i would like to get intouch with anyone that has ancestors in this unit or realted to my ancestor.i am currently writing a regimental history for this unit..but its only in beggining stages. my ancestor was at chickamauga...
Contact Name: Paul Stanfield Jr.
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Name: Peter Harrison Coffee, Jr.Rank: Private Company: E
Born 09/08/1845 in Telfair Co. Georgia to Peter Harrison Coffee (b. 09/28/1813 in Hancock Co. Georgia) and Susan Ann Bailey Rogers (b. 10/19/1820 in Telfair Co. Georgia). Peter Harrison Coffee, Jr. married Sarah Elizabeth Daniel (b. 11/13/1853 in Pulaski Co. Georgia) on 01/15/1870 in Hawkinsville, Georgia. They had three girls. Incorporated the city of Rochelle, Georgia and was it's first mayor. Went to war at age 16 and was wounded in the leg. ----- M226 roll 13

(3rd Cousin 4 times removed)
Contact Name: Donald Steven Smith
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Date Added: 3/30/2006Edit Ancestor Edit your relative   Delete Ancestor Delete your relative
Name: EMBERSON LEE TIPTONRank: Private Company: E
1 ST CONFEDERATE GEORGIA INFANTRY CO E.
Contact Name: VERNON A.MCDANNALD
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Name: Clement JOHNSONRank: 1st Corporal Company: F
Clement JOHNSON, born ca.1822 Wilson Co, TN was son of Jeremiah JOHNSON & Elizabeth THAXTON. He married Martha P. 'Marcie' LAIN in 1840 Wilson Co, TN; in 1850 briefly lived in Williamson Co, IL; to 1860 McNairy Co, TN; then apparently moved his wife & 9 children to Georgia just before war started. Though not proven, family tradition says he 'died as a result of the war.' His wife and children later lived in Obion Co, TN.
Contact Name: Jackie Ashley PACE
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Date Added: 9/18/2008Edit Ancestor Edit your relative   Delete Ancestor Delete your relative
Name: William H. ProutyRank: Unknown Company: I
Says William H. Prouty was in (Ramsey's) 1st Georgia regiment. He transferred to the 12th Battalion, light artillery and the 63rd Infantry. Fought at or around Fort Wagner.
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Name: Robert Youman FennellRank: Sergeant Company: K
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