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27th Georgia Infantry CSA

Name: William HughesRank: Private Company:
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Name: Rufus Adolphus DodsonRank: Sergeant Company: A

Dodson, Rufus A. 4th Sergeant September 10, 1861 . Surrendered, Greensboro, N.C. April 26, 1865

Muster roll of 'Georgia Drillers', Company A, 27th Ga Inf
Rufas A. Dodson

Red haired, CSA Company A, 27 Ga Inf. Enlisted at age 16 with brothers William and James, on Sept 10, 1861.
William died in war.


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Name: Henry ThomasRank: Private Company: B
Henry enlisted 10 Sept. 1861. He died of pneumonia at Moore Hospital at Manassas Junction Va. on 5 Feb. 1862. He is the son of Rigdon S. Thomas and Catherine Murray of Bibb County Georgia
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Name: Nelson ThomasRank: Private Company: B
Nelson's file consists of 15 cards. He enlisted 10 Sept 1861. His unit is sent to the Richmond Va. area. He is sick and admitted to the hospital at Danville. He is found as a patient in the hospital at Ocmulgee, Macon Georgia in Dec of 1864. There is a card in his file with the name [Thomas] as having been wounded in action on 20 feb. 1864 at the battle of Olustee, Florida. As Nelsons name is not on the card and he has several other brothers in the same unit its not possible to determine which of the brothers was wounded in that action.
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Name: Seaborn ThomasRank: Private Company: B
Seaborn Thomas is from Bibb Co. Georgia and is buried in the Thomas family cemetery there. He died 1 March 1905. I have found his CSA gravestone but have not located his records. His parents were Rigdon Thomas and Catherine Murray.
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Name: Stephen L. ThomasRank: Private Company: B
Stephen was 20 years old when he enlisted on 10 Sept. 1861 along with two other brothers, Henry and Nelson. The unit was sent to Virginia. Stephen become ill and is admitted to CSA Hopitial at Charlottesville Va. He is discharged back to his unit. His condition worsens and he is readmitted to Moore Hospital at Manassas Junction and he dies of pneumonia on 9 Feb. 1862. His brother Henry died four days earlier of pneumonia at the same hospital. His father Rigdon S. Thomas had Stephens commander act as atrorney for settlement which was $64.66 cents. Stephen did not marry and left no family.
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Name: William Henry ThomasRank: Private Company: B
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Name: Obediah Echols DanielRank: Unknown Company: C
See Carl Vincent Institute of GA, 27th GA, Co C, Wounded
Contact Name: Richard Daniel
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Name: Leroy B. McMichaelRank: Private Company: C
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Name: Micajah C. BagwellRank: 2nd Sergeant Company: D
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Name: Sion J. FarmerRank: Doctor Company: D
Sion J. Farmer was born in 1836 in Decatur, Georgia. He enlisted as a physician to serve the Confederacy on 23 Sept. 1862. He practiced as a doctor in Taliaferro County, Georgia after the War. He was my great grand uncle.
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Name: Charles M. HopeRank: Private Company: D
Was stationed along Bloody Lane at Sharpsburg. Was wounded and died in a field hospital a couple days later. His sister, who was blind towards the end of her life (early 1900s), would call out 'Charlie? Charlie is that you?' whenever she'd hear someone coming up the porch steps (from my great-aunt Trudy, remembering her grandmother).
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Name: Harrison KennedyRank: Private Company: D
Born Oct 25, 1842
Died Dec 26, 1906
Married: Sidney Bliss Smith
Born Mar 10, 1848
Died Sept 19, 1904

Enlisted Mar 1862 and served as a private, Co D under Captain Jasper N Dorsey, Army of the Tennessee.

Buried Hall County Georgia
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Name: Joshua Anderson McKinneyRank: Private Company: D
1907 Lamar Co Al Confederate Census-Present Post Office address: Bedford, Ala; Was born on March 4, 1835 in the county of Pickens in the state of S.C.; first entered the service as Private on Jun 27, 1861 at Hall Co, Ga. in Co D 27th Ga. Inf. and continued until paroled at Greensboro, N.C. in May 1865.


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Name: C. S. CASONRank: Private Company: E
My g-grandfather joined the CSA in Augusta, Georgia, at age 16 in August 1863. He states he was surrendered by J.E. Johnston to Sherman, April 1865 after the Battle of Bentonville. He mentioned paroled at Rockingham Station. I have copies of Application for CSA Pension, the examining doctors statement, that he was partially blinded due to paralysis of the optic nerve, damage to his spine and 'other' physical problems. I want to know: at what battle was he wounded, I want his medical records; when he was transferred to 'Limited Duty' Inf. and why. Noted that in September & October 1864 he was absent from Muster due to: absence due to being in the hospital. Muster was at White Marsh Island.
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Name: Peter GuiceRank: Private Company: E
Enlisted in August 1861, Fayette County, GA. Co. E 27th GA. Volunteer Infantry. Died August 17, 1862 near Richmond. Buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, VA.
Contact Name: Alton Guice
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Name: James Fletcher BolandRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: F
Enlisted as Pvt 9 Sep 1861. His regiment was serving with the Army of the Potomac when he was killed in action in the Battle of Sharpsburg, MD on 17 Sept 1862.
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Name: Daniel SellsRank: Private Company: F
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Name: John S. SulllivanRank: Unknown Company: G
John S. Sullivan, Co. G, 27th Reg’t, Georgia. D. 28 SEP 1864. Buried Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, VA. Section V, lot 454.

Georgia County Line Guards, Pike and Spalding Counties.
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Name: Elijah M. AlexanderRank: Private Company: H
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Name: Franklin Pinkney AlexanderRank: Private Company: H
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Name: Uriah M. AlexanderRank: Private Company: H
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Name: Francis Marion HaleRank: Private Company: H
Henry County, Georgia.Enlisted at Decatur,Ga.Dec.9,1862, Killed Cedar Creek, Fla.,March 16,1864.
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Name: Aaron F. HenryRank: Private Company: H
My great grandfather buried 1884 Johnston Co. NC never went back to Ga. after Bentonville.Fought Antietam wounded 17 Sept
and captured exchanged at Richmond Captured as POW after the
Bentonville Battle 11 April 1865 in skirmish with two other
27th men by Sherman's Sharpshooters Ohio 7th also wounded at
time after was released at surrender May 1865.Had 3 other brothers that all fought from Henry Co. Ga. Zachry's Rangers..
Contact Name: James Isaac Henry
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Name: Willis BaxleyRank: Unknown Company: I
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Name: Amos DouglasRank: Private Company: I
Enlisted 9/10/1861 into Co.'I' and was listed on the rolls 4/30/1864, with no further record.
Contact Name: Randy Peacock
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Name: Charles M. DouglasRank: Private Company: I
Enlisted 9/10/1861 into Co.'I', died 1/18/1864 at hospital in Charleston, SC.
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Name: John Thomas PoundRank: Private Company: K
My great-great grandfather.

Died in Richmond, VA in 1862.
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Name: Reuben Marion SmithRank: 1st Corporal Company: K
He was captured at Sharpsburg and sent as a prisoner to Ft. Delaware, Penn and then exchanged in Aikens and went bach to unit. He was again captured at Bentonville and sent as a prisoner to Point Lookout, Maryland and released in June 1865. He drew a Confederate pension from 1908-1910 when he died. His widow drew on the pension until her death in 1914. They are buried in Egnima, Ga. (Berrian County).
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