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2nd Georgia Infantry CSA

Name: William Wyatt CharltonRank: Major Company:
Entered service as Lieutenant in Company A, 2nd Georgia on Arril 13, 1861. Promoted to Captain in Company A on April 28, 1862. Promoted to Major, 2nd Georgia, July 2,1863. Had temporary command of regiment at Chickamauga when commander took over brigade. Resigned January 24, 1864.
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Name: Thomas Henry DukeRank: Unknown Company: A
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Name: John Willard OwenRank: Captain Company: A
Civil War Service History of John Willard Owen, born 3 Feb 1843, Anderson Co., SC.
John Willard Owen Residence: Banks County, Georgia - Service Record: Promoted to Full Sergeant 1st Class (1861); Enlisted as a Private on 20 April 1861; Enlisted in Company A, 2nd Infantry Regiment Georgia on 20 April 1861; Promoted to Full Lieutenant 1st Class on 02 April 1862; Promoted to Full Captain on 15 January 1864; Surrendered Company A, 2nd Infantry Regiment Georgia on 09 April 1865 in Appomattox Court House, VA.
+++ John W. Owen''s name appears in a listing of the members of CO A 2nd REGT.-ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA-''BANKS COUNTY GUARDS'' Ordered from Brunswick, Georgia to Virginia, July 21, 1861; arrived Manassas August 26, and assigned to Brigade of General Robert Toombs Source: Roster of Confederate Soldiers, 1861-1865 by Lillian Henderson, Vol. 1.
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Name: Joseph D. HightowerRank: Private Company: B
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Name: John T. SmithRank: Private Company: B
Pvt. Smith died of disease on Mar. 24, 1862 at Orange Co. Courthouse, Va... He enlisted on July 12, 1862 in Meriwether Co. Ga.. Could not find a record of his death at Orange Co. Ct. House. or the Receiving Hospital in Orange, Va.
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Name: James AndersonRank: Unknown Company: C
Resident Kite area, Wrightsville, GA
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Name: Thomas W. CrouchRank: Private Company: C
Conflicting reports from his wife that he was killed at Gettysburg but the Page 207 Roster in Benning's Brigade, Volume 2 lists him as killed at Chickahominy. I will continue searching for clarification but would appreciate any help from interested parties.
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Name: Jesse B. HulseyRank: Private Company: C
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Name: Absolom B. KingRank: Private Company: C
This info was derived from my GGgrandmothers application for pension.'Abby' joined in place of J.W.Hill of Resaca,Ga.He got deathly sick in VA and came home and died a couple of days later.He was 59 Y/O.It's not known where he is buried.I'm open to all info.
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Name: Joseph Curtis SMITHRank: Private Company: C
'Index to Georgia Civil War Confederate Pension Files' transcribed by Virgil D. White, The National Historical Publishing Co., Waynesboro, TN 1996 = 'Joseph C. Smith srv. Co. C, 2nd GA'; Elizabeth Smith wid of Joseph C. Smith of Co C 2nd GA, she filed Johnson Co.'.
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Name: Thomas James DixonRank: Private Company: D
Thomas James Dixon, On 19 April 1861 he enlisted in Waynesboro, GA as a muscian. He appeared on the Field, Staff & Band Muster Record. On 11 July 1862 he appears on a Register at CSA General Hospital in Danville, VA.
On 12 Sept. 1863 he was transferred from the hospital in Danville, VA to Richmond, VA by order of the Medical Director.
On 14 Sept 1863 he was admitted and appears on a Register, General Hospital Camp Winder, Richmond, VA.
On 31 Oct 1853 he appears on a Muster Roll, General Hospital Camp Winder, Richmond, VA.
1 Jan 1864 he appears on a Muster Roll, General Hospital Camp Winder, Richmond, VA.
On 21 Jan 1864 he was transferred and Appears on Morning Report, Jackson Hospital, Richmond, VA, Bennings Brigade.
In Feb., Mar. & April 1864 he appears on a Muster Roll, Jackson Hospital, Richmond, VA.
In June, Aug., Sept., Oct., Nov., & Dec. 1864 he appears as Muscian on Field Staff & Muster Roll, 2 Reg't, Co D.
Jan. 1865 Appears as Muscian on Field Staff & Muster Roll, 2 Reg't, Co D. This was his last onfile. No further records of him has been found.
Thomas James Dixon was born 31 Aug 1836 in Burke County, GA & died 25 Feb 1918 in Burke County, GA. He married Elizabeth Pollock born 21 Oct 1838 in Augusta, Richmond County, GA & died 19 Jul 1926. Both are buried at Red Hill Cemetery near Girard, Burke County, GA.
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Name: Henry Clay HarperRank: Private Company: D
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Name: Enoch PerkinsRank: Private Company: D
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Name: William Allen CampbellRank: Captain Company: E
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Name: Thomas C. MURRAHRank: Private Company: E
Thomas enlisted on 25 Sept 1861. He was a resident of Harris County Georgia at the time. He died on 12 Nov 1861. He died unmarried. His pension went to his father, George Murrah.
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Name: Joseph M. EvansRank: Private Company: F
Enlisted in Co. F (Cherokee Brown Riflemen) 2nd Georgia (Volunteer) Infantry. Assigned Benning's Brigade, Hood's Division, I Corps, Army of Northern Virginia (ANV). Another of my great-great-grandfathers, Pleasant B Collins was in 3rd Arkansas Infantry, Robertson's Texas Brigade, also assigned to Hood's division, I Corps, ANV. At Gettysburg, Benning's Brigade and 2d Georgia supported Robertson's Texas Brigade and 3rd Arkansas, at the Devil's Den. So, unbeknownst to them, my two great-great-grandfathers, one paternal, the other maternal, who never knew one another in life, literally walked in one another's footsteps at Gettysburg; only to have their paths cross again on another July day; my birth 89 years later. I hope when we all get to Heaven we can have a chuckle over the irony of that.
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Name: Zackariah David Kinnett Rank: Private Company: F
He was the first of the Kennett family to enlist in the Confederate Army. He was 18 when he enlisted as a Private in Company F, 2nd Infantry Regiment Georgia on 23 May 1861 about one month after the declaration of war and he was dead within 6 months. 2nd Georgia Infantry report Z D Kennett died in a hospital in 1861 at Manassas Virginia.
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Name: Abner McCoy LewisRank: Major Company: F
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Name: Ervin PadgettRank: Private Company: F
Padgett, Ervin, Private
Company F, 2nd Georgia Infantry

Born: 1839 in Georgia
Died: after 1879
Buried: unknown
Married: Sarah T. Unknown
Children: 6
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Name: William Patterson WheelerRank: Private Company: F
Enlisted as a Private 18 Apr 1861 at Canton GA in Company F ('Cherokee County Brown Riflemen'), 2nd Regiment Georgia Infantry. Althought the 2nd Regimental records state he was severly wounded at the back of the neck at the Battle of the Wilderness medical records show is was probably wounded on 18 May at the Battle of Spottslyvania Courthouse ten days later. Served with his brother James and his brothers-in-law Thomas, Nelson and Israel Dickerson. His Company commander was his brothers-in-law Captain Thomas Dickerson and later Captain Nelson Dickerson who was killed at Gettysburg. He fought in the battles of 2nd Bull Run, Fredericksburg, Antietam (Burnside's Bridge), Gettysburg (Little Round Top), Chickamauga, Chatanooga, Knoxville, the Wilderness (Hamilton's Thicket) and Spottslyvania Courthouse where he was wounded.

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Name: John L. WoodsRank: Private Company: H
Captured Emmanuel Co. Georgia, 11.29.1864
Died of disease 5.15.1865 Point Lookout Prisoner of War Camp
Buried amongst the rest of the murdered prisoners at Point Lookout mass grave.
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Name: James M. HalleyRank: Private Company: I
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Name: Benjamin W. RiceRank: 3rd Sergeant Company: K
Benjamin W. Rice joined the 'Stewart Grays' from Stewart County, Georgia, as a Private on 17 July 1861. He was appointed 3rd Sergeant 24 July 1862.

He was with the Army of Northern Virginia at their surrender, at Appomattox, Virginia, 9 April 1865.
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Name: Benjamin W. RiceRank: 3rd Sergeant Company: K
Benjamin W. Rice joined the 'Stewart Grays' from Stewart County, Georgia, as a Private on 17 July 1861. He was appointed 3rd Sergeant 24 July 1862.

He was with the Army of Northern Virginia at their surrender, at Appomattox, Virginia, 9 April 1865.
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Name: George William Harris Crawford ScottRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: K
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Name: Jasper Ivey SmithRank: Private Company: K
My GreatGrandfather, Jasper Ivy Smith was a Pvt. in Company K, 2nd Georgia Regiment Infantry, C.S.A. He was born December 23, 1845 in Monroe, Walton County, GA, married Mary Elizabeth Blackwell, died April 20, 1915 in Haleyville, Winston County,GA. Buried in New Home Baptist Church Cemetery, Moreland, AL.

There are two (2) Headstones in the Moreland Cemetery for Jasper Ivy Smith.
One is a regular headstone for his burial; one is a headstone as a Memorial for his service during the Civil War. Entered the service December 25, 1863 as Private at or near Atlanta, Georgia in 2nd Georgia Regiment Infantry, Company K and continued until the surrender at Columbus, Georgia in April 1865, which ended his military career. No papers.
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