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5th Georgia Infantry CSA

Name: William Dekalb ChanceRank: Private Company: A
Company A Clinch Rifles.
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Name: Francis Albert KingRank: 1st Sergeant Company: A
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Name: Henry Ransom BeaversRank: Corporal Company: B
Henry Ransom Beavers, born in 1824, was too old for the Confederate Army, but enlisted in 1863 in the Georgia Volunteer Infantry - Company B, Major G.W. Lee's Battalion - Provost Guards.

When the Georgia Militia was reorganized in Feb, 1864, he and his son, John Hamilton Beavers, were transferred to the 5th Reserve Infantry Georgia, Company B.

Their regiment was put under the Command of General Joseph E. Johnston, and he and his son fought with the Confederate Army of Tennessee through the Battle of Bentonville, NC, March 19-21, 1865.

Henry Ransom Beavers was wounded in the right arm just below the shoulder during at Bentonville. He was on medical furlough when Gen. Johnston surrendered to Sherman On April 26, 1895.
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Name: John Hamilton BeaversRank: Private Company: B
John Hamilton Beavers, born September 27, 1846, was too young to join the Confederate Army, but he enlisted, in 1863, in 2nd Infantry Battalion Georgia (Atlanta Arsenal Battalion Infantry under Major James K. McCall). When the Georgia Militia was reorganized in Feb. 1865, He was transferred to the 5th Reserve Infantry Regiment Georgia. His regiment was placed under the command of Gen. Joseph E. Johnston. He served out the war fighting with the Confederate Army of Tennessee. At the Battle of Bentonvill, NC, he was still under General Johnston and in Hardee's Corp, and Walthall's Division. The 5th Regiment was under the command of Major C.E. McGregor. During March 19-21, 1865, John Beavers was wounded and sent to Raleigh, NC. He was captured when the Union forces took over Raleigh On April 13. He was held prison until he signed the oath of allegiance on April 22, 1865 in Raleigh. The rest of the 5th Regiment surrendered at Goldsboro, NC on April 26, 1865, when General Johnston surrendered to Sherman.
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Name: John Charles McCarthyRank: 2nd Sergeant Company: C
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Name: Mitchell O'BarrRank: Private Company: C
My gg uncle Mitchell O'Barr (1833-1906) served with the Confederate States of America as a Private with Company C, 5th Georgia Infantry. He was a farmer and also served as a Justice of the Peace in his district. Mitchell married Frances Baker and both are buried in the Reed Creek Baptist Cemetery in Hart Co. Georgia.
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Name: William Britton HundleyRank: Major Company: D
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Name: George Washington RunnelsRank: Private Company: D
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Name: John A. CozartRank: Private Company: E
Have little information on this relative. Cozart is just one variant of our surname, which originally was Cossart. John A. may have had a brother, William R, serving in the same outfit and company. John was the son of Anthony, first marriage; he appears with Anthony in the 1850 Monroe Co. Census; John was apparently born 1835 in Monroe Co. In 1860 he was in Terrell Co. He enlisted on the same day as William R., 5/11/1861, also in Macon. He was apparently discharged for disability 8/31/1861 in Pensacola, FL, after serving about 3.5 months. One record says he died 1863, cause/location unspecified. He was about 34-35 at enlistment. If any reader knows anything about these two, I would appreciate finding out about them.
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Name: William R. CozartRank: Private Company: E
Have little information on this gentleman or John A. Cozart, who may be William's brother -- same regiment, same company. Cozart is just one of almost a hundred spelling variants of the original surname, Cossart. William was born in 1821 and enlisted at Macon on May 11, 1861 at age 39 or 40. He was apparently in Terrell Co., GA in 1860. He may be John's brother from his father's (Anthony's) first marriage. William was discharged 4/4/62 by Gen. Maxey for disability; he apparently reenlisted in Dawson Co. or Terrell Co. in August, 1863. He apparently also served in Wooten's Company of the 15th Battalion, State Guards.



I'd appreciate hearing about any information others may have on either or both of these heroes.
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Name: Samuel David LeSueurRank: Private Company: E
Enlisted in Macon Ga 24 July,1864. Discharged April 5, in Augusta Ga.Home on furlow when Gen.Lee surrendered.
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Name: John Thomas NethercuttRank: Private Company: E
Enlisted on May 11, 1861.
Transferred to 1st Company F. 1st Confederate Regiment Infantry on Jan 10, 1862.
Transferred to Pritchard's Light Artillery (Washington's Artillery) on Jan 20, 1862.
Wounded in the Battle of Shiloh on April 6, 1862.
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Name: Adoniram J. WhitlockRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: E
I would welcome any information anyone has on A. J. Whitlock's
service in the 21st Reg. Co. E, Ewell's Corp who surrendered at Appomattox. I have all other info and family data and am most willing to share with other researchers.
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Name: Marion A. AtkinsonRank: Private Company: F
Marion Adkinson (Atkinson)died at Brown Hospital in Milledgeville, Ga. on 23 Aug. 1864. He was one of the unknown soldiers that was buried in Memory Hill Cemetery.
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Name: Charles A. PittsRank: Private Company: F
Pitts Charles A. was a Private in the 5th Inf. Reg't Co. F - and he enlisted on Sept. 19, 1862. Charles and his Co. surrendered at Durham Station, Orange County, NC - April 26, 1865. Charles A. was the son of Charles C. Pitts SR of Pickens Co., SC
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Name: HEZEKIAH ADKISSONRank: Private Company: G
5TH GEORGIA INFANTRY RESERVES,PULASKI CO,GEORGIA
Contact Name: VERNON A.MCDANNALD
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Name: George Washington BurdettRank: Private Company: G
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Name: Caleb Lafayette PeacockRank: Private Company: G
Enlisted 3/15/1862 into Co.'G' and transferred into Co.'H' 4/18/1862. Transferred into 2nd Ga. Batt. Sharpshooters Co. 'A' on 7/15/1862. Promoted to 1st Sgt. 7/1/1863, hosptalized 4/20/1865 at Ft. Valley, Ga. at close of War.
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Name: Seth A. PeacockRank: Private Company: G
Enlisted 5/11/1861 into Co.'G' and transferred 4/19/1862 into Co.'H'. Also served in 2nd Batt. Ga. Sharpshooters Co. 'B'.
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Name: Simon C. PeacockRank: Private Company: G
Enlisted 5/11/1861 into Co.'G' and transferred 4/18/1862 into 2nd Batt. Ga. Sharpshooters Co. 'A'. Promoted to Cpl. 4/18/1862, wounded 12/31/1863 at Murfreesboro, Tn. and died of wounds.
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Name: James Austin ShoresRank: Private Company: H
James Austin Shores was in Co. H of the 5th Ga Infantry until there surrender in NC in 1865. He was my Great Great Grandfather and he lived to be 104. In November of 1864 the 5th Ga was detailed to Florence, SC to guard prisoners at the stockade. I was born less than 2 miles away 102 years later. I now live in walking distance to the old stockade where you can still see the earthen remains of the walls to the prison camp. James Shores died in Lakeland, FL in 1948. He was listed in the muster rolls as 'J Shores'. His father Alexander Shores, Pvt. also fought for the South in the 57th Ga Infantry and he also survived the war. His unit also surrendered in NC in April of 1865
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Name: John Perry ChapmanRank: 1st Sergeant Company: I
John enlisted 11 May 1861 at Macon, Ga and mustered in the same day. Enlisting as Pvt. and worked his way into the senior enlisted ranks. He was captured at Missionary Ridge, Tenn and exchanged. Rejoined his unit and fought until the end of the war.
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Name: Samuel M. JohnsRank: Private Company: K
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Contact Name: Randal A. Burd, Jr.
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Name: Sanford T. JohnsRank: Private Company: K
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Contact Name: Randal A. Burd, Jr.
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Name: Rufus W. PhillipsRank: Private Company: K
Born in Carroll Co., Georgia in 1845. Enlisted at Atlanta on 8 Jan 1864. Death date unknown.
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Name: William TorranceRank: Private Company: K
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