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Name: James Marion BrowningRank: 4th Corporal Company:
Just discovered this relative's contribution in the War Of Northern Aggression. Information shows that James enlisted as a private and mustered out as a 'full 4th corporal'. James enlisted on March 4, 1862 and mustered out on April 26, 1865.





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Name: James K. McCutchenRank: Unknown Company:
Name: James McCutchen ,
Residence: Pickens County, Georgia
Enlistment Date: 18 June 1862
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Confederacy
State Served: Georgia
Unit Numbers: 395 395
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 18 June 1862
Enlisted in Company C, 43rd Infantry Regiment Georgia on 18 June 1862.
Killed: Company C, 43rd Infantry Regiment Georgia on 16 May 1863 in Baker's Creek, MS

Source Information:
Historical Data Systems, comp.. American Civil War Regiments [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA:
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Name: Thomas James TappRank: Private Company:
Tradition says he was killed in Tennessee early in Civil War.
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Name: B Jasper ComptonRank: Private Company: A
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Name: Samuel CoxRank: Private Company: A
My Great Grandfather Samuel Cox Enlisted As A Private In Company A 43rd Georgia Regiment On March 10,1862 . He Died Of Typhoid Fever In Atlanta, Georgia June 13,1862. He Is Buried In Oakland Cemetery In Atlanta, Georgia. He Married My Great Grandmother Rachel Catherine Land Daughter Of Isaac Land And Rebecca Bevins.
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Name: Samuel CoxRank: Private Company: A
Private March 10, 1862. Died of typhoid fever in Atlanta, Ga. hospital June 13, 1862. Buried there in Oakland Cemetery. Married to Rachel Land. Her gr,grandparents were Thomas Land & Eleanor McClanahan ( my 6th gr grandparents ) Oddly enough, my mom's maiden name is Cox !!!!
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Name: J. J. LandRank: Private Company: A
Gr grandson of Thomas Land & Eleanor McClanahan(my 6th gr grandparents) Private March 10, 1862. Captured at Baker's Creek, Miss. May 16, 1863. Sent to Fort Delaware, and paroled there July 1863. Exchanged at City Point, Va. July 6, 1863. Roll dated December 31 , 1863 , last on file, shows him 'Absent without leave. Returned since muster and excused by Colonel of regiment.' No later record.
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Name: James Johnson LandRank: Private Company: A
I have a photo of my GREAT GREAT GRANDFATHER, James Johnson Land that has been in the Family for years. J J Land is buried in the Briarpatch Cemetery at Dogwood Hills Community Church in North Georgia. (Waleska, Georgia... He fought at The battle of Bakers Creek (Champions Hill) and was captured by the Yankees. He was imprisioned at Fort Delaware at Pea Patch Island and later exchanged at City Pointe Virginia. After the War, he became a Minister of the Gospel and lived the remainder of his life in Cherokee County, Georgia......
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Name: Thomas P. SmithRank: Private Company: A
Trying to verify. All rosters I've found so far only say Thomas Smith.
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Name: Henry Greenberry TurnerRank: Private Company: A
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Name: David WeaverRank: Private Company: A
David joined Company A of the 43rd Georgia Infantry as a Private on 28 August 1863 as a replacement. David died while a Confederate prisoner at Camp Chase, near Colombus, Ohio. He died on 21 December 1864 and is buried in grave number 644 in the Confederate Cemetery at Camp Chase.
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Name: James Alfred EdwardsRank: Private Company: B
James Alfred and his brother, John William 'Jack', enlisted in Co B 43rd regiment, Ga infantry, Army of Tenn in early 1862. The unit was moved to Mississippi to take part in the defense of Vicksburg. Jack was captured on 5-16-1863 at the battle of Champions Hill. He was taken to Camp Morton, Indiana, then to Ft. Delaware, Delaware. He was exchanged on 7-4-1863. That same day, James Alfred, fighting at Vicksburg as it fell to Grant, was captured and paroled. Both brothers rejoined their unit in Alabama and moved with unit to Chickamauga. The unit became engaged in the Atlanta campaign. John was wounded near Atlanta on 8-9-1864,
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Name: John (Jack) William EdwardsRank: Private Company: B
James Alfred and his brother, John William 'Jack', enlisted in Co B 43rd regiment, Ga infantry, Army of Tenn in early 1862. The unit was moved to Mississippi to take part in the defense of Vicksburg. Jack was captured on 5-16-1863 at the battle of Champions Hill. He was taken to Camp Morton, Indiana, then to Ft. Delaware, Delaware. He was exchanged on 7-4-1863. That same day, James Alfred, fighting at Vicksburg as it fell to Grant, was captured and paroled. Both brothers rejoined their unit in Alabama and moved with Polk to Chickamauga. The unit became engaged in the Atlanta campaign. John was wounded near Atlanta on 8-9-1864,
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Name: John J. MitchellRank: Corporal Company: B
John J was born June 19th,1842 in South Carolina, and enlisted in the 43rd at Camp McDonald(Kennesaw) on March 10, 1862. He fought at Chickasaw Bayou, and was captured at Vicksburg on July 4, 1863 and was paroled on July 6th, 1863. He also fought at Champion Hill, Missionary Ridge, Chickamauga, and the Battle of Atlanta. He surrendered with his unit at Greensboro, North Carolina on April 26, 1865. He died on August 20, 1930 and is buried in Rehobeth Cementary, Cave Spring, Georgia.
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Name: Isaac W. OldhamRank: Corporal Company: B
Corporal Isaac W. Oldham was born in Georgia in 1832. He enlisted in Company B, Georgia 43rd Infantry Regiment on 10 March 1862. He fought at the battle of Chickasaw Bayou and then the Battle of Champion Hill in Mississippi where he was wounded and captured and sent to the Ft Delaware prisoner of War camp. He died of his wounds on 26 June 1863 at was buried at Finns Point National cemetery in Salem, NJ.
He was married to Mary Polly Wages about 1851 and they had a daughter, Sarah E, and sons, Andrew Jackson, William H, John Milton, James Sanford, and Isaac J.
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Name: Humphrey ChadwickRank: 4th Corporal Company: C
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Name: Edward CrowRank: Private Company: C
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Name: Thomas Jefferson EubanksRank: Private Company: C
My great-grandfather was Thomas Jefferson Eubanks, born October 2, 1827. He served as a private in Company C, 43rd Regiment of Georgia Volunteers Bartons Brigade. He was captured at Baker's Creek, Mississippi, on May 16, 1863. He was in a prisoner exchange from Fort Delaware on July 4, 1863 On 31st day of August 1864, he was wounded in the Battle at Jonesboro. He attended his the 43rd GA Regiment Reunion at Ball Ground, Georgia, on July 27, 1887.
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Name: William Kindred JordanRank: Private Company: C
Wounded in the hip at Chickamauga but the surgeon left the bullet in, choosing instead to have the wound heal over by exposing the wound to the sun each died. Died on October 16, 1906, with the bullet still in his hip, and is buried in the Mount Olive Baptist Church Cemetery in Pine Log, Georgia.
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Name: Curtiss W. LaneRank: Corporal Company: C
would like information on Company C.Pickens Volunteers.
my 3+ gggrandfather Curtiss W.Lane or C.W.Lane was a
corporal in Pickens Volunteers.he was also a prisoner of war
but I don't know where.
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Name: George White LindseyRank: Unknown Company: C
Husband of ggAunt died July 4, 1862. Would like to know how he died. Buried in Jasper, Ga.
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Name: Newton Clark MCCLAINRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: C
Newton C. McClain, born in Dekalb Co., Ga. 1829 -- 2d Lieutenant Mar. 10, 1862. Elected 1st Lieutenant May 25, 1863. Roll dated Feb. 1864, last on file shows him present. Pension records show he was furloughed for 30 days Feb. 1865. Elected Sheriff of Pickens Co., Ga. while on furlough.

Son of John McClain and Phillipina Glenn.
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Name: William B. McGahaRank: Private Company: C
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Name: Alfred R. MooreRank: Private Company: C
Wounded in right knee at Battle of Baker's Creek, rendering disability for life.
Contact Name: Yvonne Mashburn Schmidt
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Name: Pinkney M. MorrisRank: Private Company: C
My Great Grandfather Pinkney M Morris Was Born March 21, 1841 In South Carolina. Enlisted In Company C 43rd Georgia Infantry Regiment In Pickens County, Georgia On May 1, 1862. He Was Captured Near Atlanta, Georgia On August 13, 1864 And Exchanged September 2,1864 In Louisville, Kentucky And Released On May 15, 1865 In Camp Chase, Ohio. He Married My Great Grandmother Martha Whitfield (Daughter Of William Gray Whitfield And Anna Murray From North Carolina). He Is Buried At Refuge Baptist Church Cemetery In Tate, Georgia
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Name: Thomas Jefferson MurphyRank: Private Company: C
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Name: Alfred Lacy PadgettRank: Private Company: C
Padgett, Alfred Lacy, Private
Company C, 43rd Georgia Infantry

Born: October 3, 1833 in Georgia
Died: after 1880
Buried: Marble Hill Church, Pickens Co., GA
Married: Sarah M. Swofford
Children: 2
Occupation: unknown

For Susan H. I miss you.
Contact Name: Adrian C. Sims
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Name: Daniel Newton SpenceRank: Private Company: C
Spence, Daniel N.- private June 18, 1862. Captured at
Vicksburg, Miss. July 4, 1863, and paroled there July
1863. Roll dated February 29, 1864, last on file, shows
him absent without leave. Pension records show he was
sent home with fever from Petersburg, Va. hospital
October 1863. Furloughed for 60 days. Furlough extended.
Enlisted in Co. A 11th Regiment Ga. Militia Cavalry
January 1865, and surrendered at Kingston, Ga. May 12,
1865.(Born in Cherokee County, Ga. in 1843)
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Name: William Newton SwoffordRank: Sergeant Company: C
my ancestor served in the 43rd GA Co 'C' later joined with Co 'L'

he is listed as 5th Sergeant in most records & later as a Private
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Name: James Harrison CaudellRank: 4th Sergeant Company: D
Middle River Volunteers of Banks County.
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Name: John T. MotesRank: Private Company: D
John T. Motes fought in a battle near Atlanta where he was twice wounded on or about July 22, 1864. He was shot in the stomach and left side. One bullet was removed, but the other was considered inoperable. He died in December 1888 from lifelong complications from this wound.
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Name: William Floyd MurrayRank: Private Company: D
William F. Murray joined 43rd Co. D in March 1862 and died 08 May 1862 in Banks Co. of unknown cause.
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Name: Michael Jackson RagsdaleRank: Captain Company: D
2nd Lt. at organization, but elected captain upon death of original captain, (Brown). Served as captain for most of the company's existence
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Name: Cyrus A. AllenRank: 1st Sergeant Company: E
Served three years. Was in cavalry unit upon discharge.
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Name: Benjamin AshworthRank: Private Company: E
Enlisted at Cumming, Ga March 10, 1862. He was enlisted by H.L. Kellog and enlisted for 3 yrs or the war. He also recieved a $50 bounty.

On a Roll dated for Nov-Dec, 1863 he was listed as being on duty as a pioneer in Stewarts Pioneer Corps.
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Name: Thomas R. BennettRank: Private Company: E
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Name: Washington T. DriskellRank: Private Company: E
Washington T. Driskell died in the Confederate Hospital in Kingston, Georgia.
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Name: John Lacy GoolsbyRank: Private Company: E
John Lacy Goolsby was my Great Grandfather (my paternal grandmother's father)
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Name: William Oliver HughesRank: Private Company: E
W. O. Hughes - Enlisted as Private 10 Mar 1862 in Cumming, GA. Paroled as 3 Sgt. Co C 40th Battalion Consolidated At Greensboro, NC May 1865. Walked home to Forsyth Co., GA from Washington, GA per family tradition.

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Name: Berryman JonesRank: Private Company: E
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Name: Jonathan P. MartinRank: Private Company: E
Jonathan enlisted in March 1862 and was mustered out on June 11, 1862. No further records found
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Name: Peter Burdine MartinRank: Private Company: E
Peter Burdine Martin enlisted at Vicksburg,MS in 1863. He died at Fairgrounds Hospital #2 in Atlanta, GA and is buried in Oakland Cemetery.
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Name: Wilber Fisk MonroeRank: Private Company: E
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Name: Wilbur Fisk MonroeRank: Private Company: E
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Name: Clark W. PurcellRank: Private Company: E
Enlisted 10 Mar 1862 at Cumming, GA.
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Name: Henry TidwellRank: Private Company: E
Enlisted as a Private on 10 March 1862. Enlisted in Company E, 43rd Infantry Regiment Georgia on 10 Mar 1862. Died of disease - Company E, 43rd Infantry Regiment Georgia on 15 Aug 1863 at Forsyth County, GA.
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Name: William Henry TidwellRank: Private Company: E
Enlisted with his brother Henry Tidwell - 43rd Georgia Infantry, E Company, CSA.
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Name: William Decatur AllenRank: Private Company: F
Captured at Vicksburg.
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Name: Thomas W. CooperRank: Private Company: F
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Name: James Sanford DuranRank: Private Company: F
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Name: Joseph Josiah DuranRank: Private Company: F
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Name: George G. GreeneRank: Captain Company: F
He was killed at the battle of Chancellorsville on May 2, 1863. He was the only one from his company killed that day.
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Name: James ChathamRank: Unknown Company: G
Enlisted May 1861 til March 1865 died soon after reaching home from chronic diarrhea, information obtained from widows pension form online at Georgia's Virtual Vault.
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Name: George L. MartinRank: 4th Sergeant Company: G
George L. Martin served in Company G, 43rd Georgia Infantry Regiment C.S.A., Jackson County, Georgia Rebel Guards. 4th Sergeant Mar. 10, 1862. Private Nov. 1863. Roll dated Feb 29, 1864, last on file, shows him absent, sent to General Hospital Feb. 24, 1864. Captured and paroled at Athens, GA. May 8, 1865 (Source - Roster of the Confederate Soldiers of Georgia 1861-1865 Volume IV, Lillian Henderson).

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Name: Wiley YarbroughRank: Private Company: G
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Name: Jones James SellsRank: Private Company: H
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Name: William Henry BagleyRank: Private Company: I
William lived in Forsyth County Georgia and was a member of Company I, Zillicoffer Guards. He is buried at the Ballground Cemetery, Murray County, Ga. My 3rd great grandfather.
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Name: John Wesley FincherRank: Sergeant Company: I
He evidently was captured at Vicksburg on July 4, 1863.
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Name: George Washington HawkinsRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: I
George Washing Hawkins and his father, Uriah Hawkins, enlisted in this unit on the same day. Uriah was 1st Lieutenant. Both were captured at Vicksburg, Mississippi on July 4, 1863 and were paroled on July 6, 1863 after signing an Oath of Allegiance to
the United States.
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Name: Uriah HawkinsRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: I
Uriah Hawkins was born in Hall County, Georgia in late 1812 or early 1813. He was one of the early settlers of the new town of Cumming in Forsyth County, Georgia, purchasing land there in January of 1836. On March 10, 1862, he enlisted in Co. I of the 43rd GA Infantry Regiment and was appointed First Lieutenant. He was captured when Vicksburg, Mississippi fell to Union forces on July 4, 1863 and was give a parole there on July 6th. Uriah Hawkins resigned his commission and left the Confederate States Army on December 31, 1863 when he was just about 51 years old. He lived the remainder of his life in Forsyth County, GA and died there sometime after 1880. He is buried the the Cumming City Cemetery.
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Name: John Wilson HolbrookRank: Private Company: I
John is my ggg grandfather.He was born in Forsyth,Ga on may 5 1839 and joined the 43rd infantry on may 12 1862.He was captured on july 4 1863,released on july 16,and was killed on july 28 in Vicksburg Mississippi.He is buried in Vicksburg National Cemetary.
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Name: Russell JonesRank: Private Company: I
Russell Jones enlisted in The Burton - Stovell's Infantry Brigade, in Company I, 43rd Georgia Infantry as a private on March 4, 1862. Russell fought at the Battle at West Bridge in Bridgeport, Alabama April 29, 1862, The Battle Of Cumberland Gap in Tennessee June 17-18, 1862, The Battle at Chickasaw Bayou in Mississippi Decenber 27-29, 1862, The Battles at Baker's Creek Champion Hill and The Battle of Vicksburg in Mississippi. On July 4, 1863 during The Battle of Vicksburg Russell was wounded and captured and taken POW. Russell was paroled to The Forney's Division Hospital in Enterprise, Mississippi where he died. The date of his death is unknown, Confederate records shows that his personal items was released by Dr. Thomas C. Buffington surgeon in charged at Forney's Division Hospital January 26, 1864 unknown if this is the date he died or not. Russell is buried at The Enterprise Confederate Cemetery in Enterprise, Mississippi.
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Name: Andrew P. MoorRank: Private Company: I
Wounded through right arm and disabled at Baker's Creek, Mississippi. Pension records show, he was discharged. May 16, 1863

Born June 2, 1844

He is buried at Pine Log UMC cemetery in Northeast Bartow County, Georgia
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Name: Moses Wilkie RiderRank: Private Company: I
My Great Grandfather Moses Rider and three of his brothers joined the 43rd Georgia Infantry in 1862. He and his brothers fought at the Battle of Vicksburg and were captured and exchanged in a POW exchange on the 4th of July 1863. During the next 4 years it appears that three of the four brothers remained together and one was assigned to another company. Moses was captured a second time, (along with his brothers), near Atlanta in 1864. Because of a oath of loyalty they signed to secure their release in Vicksburg, this time there would be no release. At the end of the war Moses and one of his brothers were released from a Yankee prison, Camp Chase Ohio; his other brother David died in Camp Chase from dysentery before the end of the war. Moses returned to his home in Blairsville, Georgia and started a family. One of his sons was my grandfather William James Layfette Rider.
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Name: John J. SimondsRank: Private Company: I
1825-1863

John J. Simonds served as a private in the Company I, 43rd Regiment of the Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army of Tennessee, Confederate States of America. The company was known as the “Zillicoffer Guards.” He was killed in the Battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 19, 1863.

He had been enlisted on March 11, 1862 for a period of three years or the duration of the war, by one H.P. Bell in Cumming, Forsyth County, GA.

He is my great-great-great grandfather on my Dad's side.
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Name: Josiah PratorRank: Lieutenant Company: K
Have Lt Prator's sword....he was taken prisoner at Vicksburg Ms on July 3 1863 and signed Oath of Allegiance on July 9th.. He then went back to the Confederate Army and was killed on July 20th 1864 at the Battle of Peachtree Creek in Atlanta. A true Soldier of the South.
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Name: Burwell Edward RivesRank: 1st Sergeant Company: K
Dr. Rives served the Confederate Army as 1st Sgt. with the 43rd Georgia Infantry Company K begining in March 10, 1862. He was captured by Union soldiers at the battle of Baker's Creek and later released. He served with all four of his brothers. The eldest 'Capt. John Rives' was Company Commander until his transfer to another Company and he then was killed at the battle of Vicksburg. Burwell later moved to Los Angeles by covered wagon in 1868 on the overland trail and became a Druggist.
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Name: John . RivesRank: Captain Company: K
'Capt. John Rives' was Company Commander until his transfer to another Company and he then was killed at the battle of Vicksburg.
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Name: Andrew Jackson StowRank: Private Company: K
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Name: James B. UnderwoodRank: Private Company: K
James B.Underwood was taken prisoner at Baker's Creek. He was a prisoner at Fort Deleware.He is Buried in Mount Vernon Bap. Church Cemetery,Hall County Ga.
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Name: Edward W. VealRank: Private Company: K
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