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44th Georgia Infantry CSA

Name: Jackson C. BrandRank: Unknown Company:
Died of wounds received at Ellisons Mill, Va.
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Name: Thomas Richard DanielRank: Captain Company:
Thomas Richard Daniel is my great-grandfather on my father's side. His ninth child, William Columbus Daniel, is my father's father.
Contact Name: William G. Daniel Jr.
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Name: John Bailus EstesRank: Colonel Company:
Commander, Estes Defenders, from July 1862 at Malvern Hill to June 1863, just prior to Gettysburg, wounded and retired as medicly unfit for duty, his discharge papers include the signatures of MG R.H. Anderson, MG D.H. Hill, MG A.P. Hill, LTG Robert E. Lee. J.B. Estes formed the unit, and he was cousins with Hinchey M. Mitchell, who served in the unit.
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Name: Francis M. KinardRank: Private Company:
Wounded at Ellison's Mill on June 26, 1862. Died of wounds on July 11, 1862 at general hospital #11, Richmond Va.
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Name: Hinchey M. MitchellRank: Unknown Company:
d:July 1862 Malvern Hill, (Seven Days) son of Allan David Mitchell, I Co. 2nd GA Reserves
Contact Name: James Lewis
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Name: James Henry ConnallyRank: Captain Company: A
Discovered this great-grandfather of my wife Connally Crawford while conducting genealogical research.
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Name: Daniel B. DeeseRank: Private Company: A
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Name: Richard W. FreemanRank: 1st Sergeant Company: A
This is Captain Connally''s brother-in-law. Discovered the connection while performing genealogical research.
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Name: Martin J. MillerRank: Private Company: A
Martin J. Miller, private Co. A. 41st infantry Confederate States Army
Killed at Perryvelle KY Oct 8 1862 CSA
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Name: William Jasper SmithRank: Private Company: A
William Jasper Smith was my great-great-grandfather. He served with the 44th regiment, known as Weems Guards. He was wounded in Spotsylvania, Virginia May 10th, 1864. He was wounded again April 3, 1865 in Richmond, Virginia, where he was permanently disabled and sent home. William was married and had nine children. He lived out his life in pain from his injuries and was disfigured from facial cancer. He was humble and kind, always putting others before himself. William died in Atlanta, GA, Dec. 19, 1910.
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Name: George Yart GriffinRank: Private Company: B
My GG Grandfather,captured at Spotsylvania and imprisoned at Ft Deleware for about 1 1/2 yrs until taking oath at end of war and returned home to Jasper Co.Georgia
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Name: John Calhoun KeyRank: Major Company: B
Birth 25 Feb 1826 in Jasper, Georgia, United States
Death 1 Jun 1902 in Monticello, Jasper, Georgia, United States
Captain March 4, 1862 . Wounded in right breast at Chancellorsville, Va. May 2, 1863; through thigh at Gettysburg, Pa. July 1, 1863. Elected Major September 11, 1863. Retired to Invalid Corps. May 13, 1864. Assigned to duty in Augusta, Ga. under Brigadier General W.M. Browne. Died at Monticello, Ga.
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Name: Elijah D. LaneRank: Private Company: B
Enlisted as a Private on 4 March 1862.
Wounded in the foot at Malvern Hill, VA.
Elected as civil officer on 20 February 1864 and discharged.
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Name: Thaddeus B. PyeRank: Private Company: B
Enlisted in Company B, 44th Infantry Regiment Georgia on 04 March 1862.
Wounded on 10 May 1864 at Spotsylvania Court House, VA
Absent on 31 August 1864 (Wounded)
Absent, without leave on 26 March 1865 at Ocmulgee Hospl, Macon, GA (Left without permission)
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Name: George W. AutryRank: Private Company: C
Please add George W. Autry another member of Company C, Georgia 44th.
Contact Name: Thomas Redwine Hartshorn
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Name: Willis Norris AutryRank: Private Company: C
Willis Norris Autry was my GGrandaddy. He fought in Company C. Georgia 44th. as did his brother, my Great Uncle George W. Autry, also in Company C, Georgia 44th.
The fact is you don't have half the men of the 44th. listed here??
I suggest you visit this site:
http://www.44thgeorgiacompanyc.com/roll.htm
They have a real good accounting of Company C, Georgia 44th.
If you like I would be glad to send you the actual Roster of Company C.
I also had many cousins in Company C. including William East, several Langfords, Malcom, Allen, and several others.
Please correct so these brave men get due credit.
Sincerely,
Thomas Redwine Hartshorn
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Name: Willis Norris AutryRank: Private Company: C
This was my Great Grandfather. He, his brother George W Autry and 11 brother-in-laws all joined the 44th. Georgia the same day and fought the worst battles known in the War of the Northern agressors! Long live their memory!!
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Name: Charles Lindsey BurgerRank: Sergeant Company: C
my gg grandfather...
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Name: John Baptist DaniellRank: Private Company: C
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Name: Josiah Hilton DaniellRank: Private Company: C
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Name: Nathaniel J. DaniellRank: Private Company: C
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Name: William EastRank: Private Company: C
This was my cousin. Please add. The Family names of Autry, East,Langford,and Malcom were all related.
Contact Name: Thomas Redwine Hartshorn
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Name: Joseph B. LangfordRank: Private Company: C
Cousin
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Name: Nantford B C LangfordRank: Private Company: C
cousin
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Name: D H. MalcomRank: Sergeant Company: C
Cousin
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Name: John C H MalcomRank: 1st Corporal Company: C
cousin
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Name: W T. MalcomRank: Private Company: C
cousin
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Name: Augustus C. OsbornRank: Private Company: C
Older brother of William T. Osborn, also a 44th Georgia Company C soldier. Born 13 April 1835 to John and Martha (Elder) Osborn. Married Barbary A. Maxey on 19 October 1854. Wounded in the first 44th Georgia battle at Ellison's Mill 26 June 1862.
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Name: William Thomas OsbornRank: Private Company: C
Born 20 April 1844 to family of John Osborn and Martha Elder Osborn in Clarke County. Enlisted in 1862 with his brother Augustus C. Osborn and was wounded in the 44th Georgia's first battle at Ellison's Mill 26 June 1862. Recovered and wounded again at Gettysburg. Was at home on wounded furlough when he courted and married Florida Wray on 15 September 1863. This made him the brother in law by marriage to James C. Atkinson in Company I. Spent last his few years of life in the Confederate Soldiers' Home in Georgia. Died 11 May 1929 and is buried in Watkinsville.
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Name: Meredith B. GrahamRank: Private Company: D
Meredith Graham was one of the 80 (app.) remaining members of the 44th Ga. present at the surrender at Appomatox.
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Name: Thomas Madison HugheyRank: Private Company: D
He was a brigade ambulance driver. He and his wife and family moved to Texas after the war.
Contact Name: Patricia M. Hughey
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Name: Marcus M. LongRank: Private Company: D
PVT. Marcus M. Long, lived in Fairplay (now Douglas Co.) Georgia. Enlisted 4 March 1862. Killed in 'Seven Days Battle' at Ellerson's Mill, (Mechanicsville, Virginia) 26 June 1862.
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Name: George H.C. MalcomRank: Private Company: D
Born 1845 in Walton Co., Ga., entered into service in 1862, captured at Petersburg April 1864, held at Point Lookout, Md., paroled March 1865, died 1884.
Contact Name: James R. Malcom
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Name: William J. McGeeRank: Private Company: D
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Name: William Henry VickersRank: Private Company: D
Born: 25 APR 1833
Died: 6 MAY 1863

Died of Smallpox in General Hospital 1, Lynchburg, Va. Burial in Confederate Cemetery 3.
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Name: Joseph Warren AdamsRank: Captain Company: E
Promoted to Major and assigned to regimental staff on March 4, 1862. Adams was a 31 year old physician at the time he volunteered for service. He died of smallpox on March 4, 1863.
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Name: John W. BrightRank: Private Company: E
John was my G, G, Great Grandfather. He enlisted in the 44th Infantry, Co. E, in Griffin, Georgia. He was killed in the battle of Spotsylvania Courthouse at the 'Bloody Angle' during General Upton's attack. He is buried in the Spotsylvania Confederate Cemetary.
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Name: Andrew C. CaldwellRank: 2nd Corporal Company: E
Caldwell was made 2nd Corporal at the formation of the company. He was wounded at Ellison's Mill and later died of his wounds. Prior to the war he worked for his farming father Buford Caldwell in the Line Creek district of Spalding County, GA.
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Name: John A. CherryRank: 1st Sergeant Company: E
Cherry was wounded at the Battle of Seven Pines and discharged as disabled. At the time of the 1850 Census he lived in Macon, GA, where he worked as a clerk in his brother's mercantile establishment. He is known to have married Josephine Weems in 1856, but little else is known of the sergeant.
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Name: Joshua HammondRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: E
Joshua was appointed 4th Sergeant when the company was formed in Spalding County, GA; he was subsequently promoted to junior 2nd Lieutenant. He was wounded and disabled at the Battle of Spotsylvania Court House in 1864, and returned home. He was captured at Macon, GA, in 1865. His brother Charles, also a member of Company E, was killed at Ellison's Mill. Joshua returned to farming with his wife Sarena following he war. The couple had three children living at home at the time of the 1870 Census.
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Name: Tolbert L. HatcherRank: 4th Corporal Company: E
Tolbert was wounded during the skirmish at Ellison's Mill and later died of his wounds. Tolbert was one of three brothers serving in Company E -- both of the others survived the war.
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Name: Joseph G. LewisRank: 4th Sergeant Company: E
Lewis was designated 5th Sergeant at the formation of the company. He went missing at the Battle of Spotsylvania Court House and presumed killed. He worked as a farm hand in the Union district of Spalding County, GA, prior to the war.
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Name: Henry T. MaddenRank: 1st Corporal Company: E
Henry Madden was designated 1st Corporal when Company E was formed in 1862. He was wounded at the skirmish at Ellison's Mill in 1862, and subsequently died of his wounds. Henry was a widower with two children, when he married Altha Conner in April 1862. Prior to the war he worked as a laborer for a shingle maker in the Line district of Spalding County, GA.
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Name: Elijah L. ManleyRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: E
Lieutenant Manley was wounded during the skirmish at Ellison's Mill, leaving him permanently disabled. Two of his brothers also served in Company E. Elijah returned to Spalding County, GA, where he farmed with his father Joseph and his two brothers.
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Name: John W. ManleyRank: 1st Sergeant Company: E
John Manley was selected as 3rd Sergeant at the time the company was formed. Subsequently he was promoted to 1st Sergeant, and in 1864 he was transferred to Company I of the 13th Georgia Infantry Regiment. John was the younger brother of Lieutenant Elijah Manley and the older brother of Private Theodore Manley -- both members of Company E. He is known to have returned to Spalding County, GA, following the war and was engaged in farming in the Cabin district well into the 1870s.
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Name: James W. F. ScarboroughRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: E
Scarborough was promoted from 2nd Sergeant to Second Lieutenant in 1862. He was captured at Spotsylvania Court House in 1864, along with Captain Connally, Lieutenant Scott, and other members of the company. Scarborough worked as a clerk for one of the richer farmers in Spalding County, GA, before the war. Nothing is known of Scarborough's activities after being released from Federal prison at Fort Deleware in 1865.
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Name: Isaac Newton ScottRank: Private Company: E
Enlisted as a private in Company D, 10th Regiment Georgia State Troops February 24, 1862. Mustered out May 1862. Enlisted as a private in Company E, 44th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, March 4, 1862. Died of typhoid fever in General Hospital #18, at Richmond, Virginia, August 8, 1862.
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Name: Samuel Anthony ScottRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: E
Scott was captured with Captain Connally at Spotsylvania Court House on May 10, 1864, and imprisoned at Fort Deleware. He was later exchanged and survived the conflict to reside with his wife Martha in Spalding County, GA.
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Name: William M. VaughnRank: 3rd Corporal Company: E
William was appointed 3rd Corporal when the company was formed. He was wounded during the skirmish at Ellison's Mill and died of his wounds. Prior to the war he lived and worked with his slave-owning father, James Vaughn, who lived in Griffin, GA, and was a substantial farmer in Spalding County.
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Name: Blakey BatchelorRank: Private Company: F
Killed at Chancellorsville,VA. Actually died at Chimborazo Hospital.
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Name: John Kenyon BatchelorRank: 4th Corporal Company: F
Captured at Spotsylvania Courthouse, VA. Was interred at Fort Delaware Prison until paroled in early March 1865.
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Name: Simeon Fuller CoxRank: Private Company: F
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Name: William EastRank: Private Company: F
William had two other brothers who served in the confederate army .Darius Thomas East who was with the 16th Ga , co F .
Silas East jr served with the 3rd Ga , co L . Silas jr and William both died in service and are buried in hollywood cemetery in virginia
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Name: Bryant B. SwintRank: Private Company: F
My Great Great Grandfather born in 1823 in Hancock Georgia was a Private in the 44th Regiment,Company F. He died in Richmond, Va, 3/17/1982 of a fever. I am trying to locate his burial grounds at the present time. In the family his name was Benjamin Bryant Swint, but it appears he went by it the other way around.
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Name: William Danville BanksRank: Musician Company: G
William Danville Banks enlisted in March, 1862. He was wounded in the right shoulder at the battle of Wilderness (Virginia). He is buried at Ebenezer Church cemetery at N 33.41265, W 84.53249
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Name: Alexander S. HaistenRank: Private Company: G
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Name: James M. HaistenRank: Private Company: G
He was a Mason and member of Gaulding Lodge #215. He was killed at Sharpsburg MD, 17 Sept 1862
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Name: Josiah JonesRank: Private Company: G
Killed at Ellison's Mill, VA, 26 Jun 1862
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Name: Henry Harrison QuickRank: Private Company: G
Henry's brother James was also in the 44th Ga Co G and wounded at Ellersons Mill
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Name: John Henry WhitmireRank: Private Company: G
John H. Whitmire joined the C.S.A. 10 March 1862 and with neighbor boys traveled from Jackson County, GA, to a place of redezvous at Chattanooga, Tennessee. He formally enlisted as a private in Company G, 43rd Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Confederate States Army, on 10 May 1862 at Chattanooga, Tennessee. He was taken prisoner on 16 May 1863 in a skirmish at Bakers Creek, at Champion Hill, Vicksburg, Mississipi. On that day in Vicksburg, 380 were killed, 1018 wounded, and 2453 missing. He was taken to Fort Delaware, Delaware, and placed on a prison ship. Union Prisoner of war records show that he died 30 July 1863 and was buried at Finn's Point National Cemetary near Salem, New Jersey.
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Name: James Lafayette BuckelewRank: Private Company: H
James Buckelew was wounded at Spotsylvania in 1864. A shell exploded nearby injuring him and causing permanent hearing loss. He was imprisoned at Fort Delaware prison camp for 9 months and then furloughed.
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Name: John J. BuckelewRank: Private Company: H
John was killed in the seven days battle in 1862.
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Name: James HarrisRank: 1st Corporal Company: H
Enlisted on March 4, 1862 in Zebulon Georgia. Captured at Spotsylvania Courthouse on May 10, 1864, sent to Fort Delaware Prison. Exchanged on March 7, 1865. Admitted to Jackson Hospital in Richmond Virginia on March 13, 1865, diagnosed with Pneumonia.

Granted a 60 day furlough on March 28, 1865
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Name: John Watson MoringRank: Lieutenant Company: H
48th Regiment, H Company was from Swainsboro, Ga. Their nickname was the 'McLeod Volunteers.' John was my great-grandfather's (Preston Brooks Moring) older brother. Their father, Joel Josiah Moring was Captain of the Home Guard, Moring's Rangers. The SCV post is named McLeod/Moring. Captain McLeod was commander of H Company. Captain Joel Josiah Moring was the father of John and Preston.
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Name: John Ray SandersRank: Private Company: H
Enlisted 12 May 1862,wounded at Sharpsburg 17 Sept 1862, Captured at Spotsylvania 10 May 1864, Paroled at Fort Delaware Feb. 1865, Exchanged at Fort Delaware 7 Mar 1865 Admitted to General Hospital # 9, Richmond,Va 11 Mar 1865 Furloughed for 30 days 12 Mar 1865. John Ray Sanders was from Pike County,Ga. He died 13 July 1910 Columbia Co.,Ar.
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Name: Levi Zacharia StroudRank: Private Company: H
My GGGrandfather, Levi Zacharia Stroud died fighting in the Battle of Ellison's Mill, Va. on June 26,1862, outside Richmond,Va. as a pvt. with H Co., 44th Ga. Inf. Reg., Pike Co.,Ga. He was a true Confederate Hero, and a Christian, and a great looking young man. I know, cause I have copied his tin painted portrait,which I carry in my billfold daily. He is a decendant of the Strouds and Haygoods of Hillsborough, N.C., Rev. War veterans. Semper Fi, and God Bless America!
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Name: James M. TurnerRank: Private Company: H
James was wounded at Mechanicsville VA died in Richmond June 26 1862
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Name: Seaborn Henry AdamsonRank: Private Company: I
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Name: James C. AtkinsonRank: Private Company: I
Born about 1829 to family of James Atkinson in possibly Morgan or possibly Greene County. Married Theodotia Wray 13 September 1857 in Greene County. Was a farm overseer immediately before the war in Morgan County. James C. Atkinson enlisted in the Morgan County contingent that formed half of Company I, 44th Georgia. His lieutenant's diary places him in the fighting of 2-3 May 1863 at Chancellorsville. He was captured at Spotsylvania 10 May 1864. POW at Ft. Delaware until exchanged in March 1865 as a sick prisoner of war. Immediately entered the hospital and died in Richmond of disease on 27 March 1865. Buried in Hollywood Cemetery in that city, grave # W-487. His son William Lee Atkinson married Hattie Cornelia Jackson, the daughter of fellow 44th Georgia soldier Isaac M. Jackson. They are the submitter's great grandparents.
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Name: William W.Y. BeasleyRank: Private Company: I
Private William W.Y. Beasley was regimental fifer and
surrendered with the Army of Northern Virginia April 9, 1865
at Appomatox, Virginia.
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Name: Thomas Jefferson HarperRank: Private Company: I
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Name: William Vincent BowlesRank: Private Company: K
Son of Jesse B. Bowles and Jane (Bennett) Bowles. In 1850 he appears with his parents in the 160th Militia District at the southern tip of Greene County. Living in Greene County near Woodville in 1860. Enlisted as a Private in Greensboro on March 4, 1862. Wounded at Chancellorsville, Virginia, May 2, 1863. While home on furlough he married Margaret M. Dennis in Greene County on February 10, 1864. Returned to Company K. Surrendered at Appomattox on April 9, 1865. Moved to Putnam County and living in Eatonton by 1890. Died October 5, 1894 and is buried in Pine Grove Cemetery near Eatonton.
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Name: John D. CopelanRank: 1st Sergeant Company: K
John D. Copelan Born August 6, 1834 to Obediah and Sarah R. (Credille) Copelan. In 1850 he and his family lived in the 148th Militia District of Greene County in the area around Penfield. Appointed 2nd Sergeant of Company E, 3rd Regiment Georgia State Troops October 14, 1861. He completed his enlistment and then enlisted as a private in Company K, 44th Georgia Infantry Regiment on May 1, 1862. Appointed 2nd Sergeant July 12, 1862 and 1st Sergeant June 1, 1864. Surrendered at Appomattox on April 9, 1865. Married Sarah E. Wynn in Greene County on November 3, 1865. Died February 19, 1905 and is buried in the Liberty Church Cemetery in Greene County.
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Name: John T. HailesRank: Private Company: K
John T. Hailes was my grandfather. He was born 31 January 1845 in Greene Co., Georgia.

Hailes, John T. - Enlisted as private in Co. E, 3rd Regiment, GA. State Troups 14 oct 1861. Mustered out at Savanah, GA April 1862. Enlisted as a private in Co. K, 44th Regt. GA. Inf. 18 May 1862. Left foot and ankle severely mangled when car was derailed, between Richmond and Staunton, VA. Appointed Musician Apr 1964. Surrendered at Appomattox, VA. 9 Apr 1965 .
[This info from: Roster of Confederate Soldiers of Georgia, 1861-1865, Page 833.

Although the above is the official record of the service of my grandfather I am of the opinion that something is omitted. My father who was raised to his sixteenth year by my grandfather and was his son stated that my grandfather, John T. Hailes, had a hole you could ''lay a hen egg in'' in his upper arm which he had received from a minie ball at Sharpsburg. I have found no record of his being hospitalized at any time, either for the train accident or the minie ball wound, but he must have been.
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Name: Andrew F. JacksonRank: Private Company: K
Brother to 44th Georgia soldier Isaac M. Jackson. Born 14 October 1843. Enlisted with his brother in March 1862. Captured at Spotsylvania during Upton's attack on 10 May 1864. Imprisoned at Fort Delaware. Returned home and married Adeline O'Neal, daughter of 44th Georgia Company K comrade James S. O'Neal, on 4 April 1867. Together they had 13 children. Died 25 March 1925, one of the very last veterans of the Civil War living in Greene County. Buried in Siloam Cemetery.
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Name: Isaac M. JacksonRank: Private Company: K
Born about 1838 to family of James A. Jackson in Greene County. It is known from a sign-in book of the Wayside Hotel in Union Point, Georgia, that Isaac traveled home to Greene County in April 1863 and returned that same month to the 44th Georgia then in winter quarters west of Fredericksburg, Virginia. Isaac and his brother Andrew Franklin Jackson in the same company were both captured May 10, 1864 at Spotsylvania in Upton's attack on the Mule Shoe salient. He and his brother were held at Fort Delaware. After the war, Isaac married Sarah F. Smith, neice of fellow 44th Georgia soldier Asa McLellan, on 13 September 1866. He and Sarah had two children before her early death around 1870, one of them being the submitter's great grandmother Hattie Cornelia Jackson. Isaac died around 1880.
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Name: Asa McLellanRank: Private Company: K
Son of James McLellan and the uncle of the wife of fellow Company K 44th Georgia soldier Isaac M. Jackson. Born in 1829 and therefore slightly above the age limit the first conscription drafts. Enlisted in Company K on 1 October 1863 at age 34. Did not marry. Died in a Richmond hospital 31 July 1864. Buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond.
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Name: James S. O'NealRank: Private Company: K
Middle name was Singleton. Disliked first name of 'James' and went by family nickname of 'Pete'. Born 1 October 1838 in Greene County. Father was Joel O'Neal. Married Sarah Matilde Poole 22 August 1859 in Carroll County. Enlisted in 44th Georgia and reported in May 1862 instead of March 1862 because his wife had a child due at that time. Detailed ambulance driver before Gettysburg. Captured during Upton's attack 10 May 1864 and sent to Fort Delaware as a prisoner. Exchanged in March 1865. Died 1 May 1917. Buried Siloam Cemetery in Greene County.
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