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15th Georgia Infantry CSA

Name: David Crockett MooreRank: Private Company:
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Name: Linton StephensRank: Lt. Colonel Company:
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Name: James Knox Polk MaxwellRank: Private Company: A
Maxwell, James K. P.- Private July 13,1861. At home on furlough February 28,1865. No later record.

The men in Company A were the 'Delhi Rangers'
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Name: James Andrew AdamsRank: Private Company: B
My 1st cousin James Andrew Adams served during the War Between the States as a Confederate soldier with Company B, 15th Georgia Infantry, Army of Northern Virginia. Rosters of Confederate Soldiers list him on page 418, Vol. 2 as follows:
James A. Adams, Private Mar. 1, 1864. Wounded in rt. arm and both legs at Wilderness, Va. May 6, 1864. Roll for Feb 28, 1865, last on file, shows him absent without leave. Pension records show he was home on wounded furlough at close of war, born in Ga. He filed for pension in Hart Co., Ga. James married Mary A. Watson. Both are buried in Pleasant Grove Cemetery in Lavonia, Georgia.
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Name: Reuben M. AdamsRank: Private Company: B
My 1st cousin Reuben M. Adams (1841-1925) served as a Confederate soldier with Company B 15th Georgia Infantry, Army of Northern Virginia. He enlisted May 10, 1862 as a Private and was captured and paroled at Hartwell, Georgia on May 17, 1865. He married Mary Elizabeth Mauldin.

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Name: Thomas CareyRank: Private Company: B
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Name: James C T ThomasonRank: Private Company: B
Enlisted 14 Jul 1861 Carnesville, GA.
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Name: John F. ThomasonRank: Private Company: B
Enlisted 14 Jul 1861 Carnesville, GA.
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Name: Junious Baker BradfordRank: Private Company: C
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Name: James K. BrawnerRank: Private Company: C
Died: March 05, 1873. Grave # 55
Burial: South Belton Cemetery, Belton TX 76513
Contact Name: Thomas L Hughes
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Name: David HudsonRank: Captain Company: C
My gr-great uncle.
At Appomattox surrender.
Contact Name: Keith Jones
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Name: George Madrid BurdettRank: Private Company: D
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Name: Enoch Reeder SlayRank: Private Company: D
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Name: George Fayette SlayRank: Private Company: D
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Name: Benjamin Franklin MartinRank: Private Company: E
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Name: William Reaves McWhorterRank: Private Company: E
W.R.McWhorter enlisted in Co. E, 15th, Ga. 7/1/1861.
Transferred to Co. I, 59th Ga.7/1/1862 until captured in 1863.
Imprisoned at Pt.Lookout , Maryland until released on 6/29/1865
upon swearing allegiance to U.S.
Contact Name: Douglas L. McWhorter
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Name: James Henry MitchellRank: Private Company: E
1861-1865, U.S. Civil War Soldiers: Name: James H. Mitchell, Private, Confederate, Georgia, Company E, 15th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, National Archives, Film Number: M226 roll 43.

James Henry Mitchell (1826-1912), my great-grandfather, enlisted on 15 Jul 1861 at Sparta, GA. Served as a private in Company E, 15th Georgia Infantry, CSA. His records show that he was given $22 duty pay, a $25 clothing allowance and a $50 bounty payment for the period Aug-Sep 1862.

He was wounded on 17 Sep 1862 at the Battle of Antietam near Sharpsburg, MD, and sent home on sick leave. It was the bloodiest single-day battle in the US history with about 23,000 casualties. After 194 days furlough at home he returned to duty near Richmond in the spring of 1862. He received 33 cents/day while on leave.

Sometime in late 1863 he was carried on the rolls as absent without leave for an undetermined period. Later he was again present for duty and served from 1 Jan 1864 until the end of the war in April 1865.
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Name: James M. GulleyRank: Private Company: F
Looking for any info I can get. He is my Great Grandfather. Joined 7/15/1861 and discharged April 9, 1865 at Appamatox
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Name: William Sanford HallRank: 2nd Sergeant Company: F
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Name: William T. MurrayRank: Private Company: G
enlisted Jul 15, 1861, mustered out on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox Court House. Army of the Northern Virginia surrened at Appomattox, Virginia. Sources Roster of Confederate Soldiers of george 1861-1865.
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Name: George Washington NormanRank: Private Company: G
George enlisted Feb 27., 1862. Army of Northern Virginia, Lincoln Co., Georgia. He was wounded at Sharpsburg,Maryland. He was captured at the Battle of Gettysburg, released Jun 16, 1865. Served under General James Longstreet-- Sources of Confederate Soldiers 1861-1865.
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Name: George Almond NormanRank: Private Company: G
Brother to Peyton Seaborn Norman.
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Name: Peyton Seaborn NormanRank: Private Company: G
Peyton was wounded and received a skull fracture at 2nd Manassas Aug 30, 1862 also, captured at Gettysburg. Brother to George Washington Norman.
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Name: Robert Andrew WareRank: Private Company: G
Transfered May 15, 1861 from Co.L, 6th Alabama Inf. CS.
Captured at Gettysburg, July 3rd, 1863.
Paroled home on Feb. 28, 1865.
Contact Name: Robert Davis
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Name: Thomas Lewis WareRank: 1st Sergeant Company: G
Thomas was killed on July 2nd, 1863 at Gettysburg when Benning''s Brigade attacked through G.W. Weikert''s ''triangular field.'' Thomas'' diary is the subject of Mark Nesbitt''s ''35 Days to Gettysburg.'' After Thomas was killed, his brother, Pvt. Robert A. Ware, recorded this poem in the last page of the diary: ''Many of our brother soldiers whose life was made a sacrifise upon our country''s altar. There the weeping willow gently waves over his grave. And there we prayed that God would guard and protect that little mound.''
Contact Name: Robert Davis
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Name: James C. BrownRank: Private Company: H
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Name: Pearman Conrad CRank: Private Company: H
Enlisted 15 July 1861 in the Pool Volunteers. Captured at Gettysburg 2 July 1863. He was forwarded from Fort Delaware to Point Lookout, MD 20 Oct 1863. Died at the hospital of Point Lookout 20 Dec 1863.
He was married to Emely Mitchell. His twin brother, Weldon, also served in this Company.
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Name: James Elbert HenleyRank: Private Company: H
James Elbert Henley (b-May 8, 1844, d-May 3, 1890) was the son of John S. Henley (merchant and property owner) and grandson of John Seviers (b-1802) of Franklin County, Georgia. This county eventually became Hart County (where John S Henley’s store was located), and was created in 1853 from parts of Franklin and Elbert Counties.
Following the Civil War Henley attended medical school and was a physician in Atlanta and Douglasville, Georgia.
He was married in 1869, had a son, James T. Henley, (also a physician) in 1870 (d- 1942), and a daughter Margaret Henley (b – 1878).
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Name: C James HigginsRank: Private Company: H
Enlisted Mar 4, 1862, died May 3 1862 of disease in Chimborazo Hospital, Richmond, VA.
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Name: James Polk LeairdRank: Private Company: H
During the War Between the States, my gg uncle James Polk Leaird (1845-1863) enlisted 10 March 1863 as a private with Company H, 15th Georgia Infantry, Army of Northern Virginia, CSA. He was killed 19 Sept 1863 at the Battle of Chickamauga.
He was the son of James W. Leaird and Mary O'Barr of the Reed Creek District of Hart County, Georgia.
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Name: Joseph Hezekiah O'BarrRank: Private Company: H
My gg uncle Joseph Hezekiah (1843-1863) enlisted as a Private in the Confederate army on 1 March 1863 with Company H, 15th Georgia Infantry. He was captured at Carrsville, Virginia, May 1863. Paroled at Fortress Monroe, Virginia, 13 May 1863. Exchanged at City Point, Virginia, 23 May 1863. Died of disease at Lynchburg, Virginia, 3 July 1863, in General Hospital. Buried in the Confederate Cemetery in Lynchburg; No. 6, 1st line, Lot 192--Miller's. The Confederate Cemetery is in the Old City Cemetery in Lynchburg and there is a stone marker at Joseph's burial site.
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Name: Whitner O'BarrRank: Sergeant Company: H
My gg uncle Whitner (1838-1864) enlisted as a Confederate soldier on 15 July 1861 with Company H, 15th Georgia Infantry as a Private but later was promoted to a Sergeant. He was wounded at Sharpsburg, 17 Sept 1862. Captured at Gettysburg 2 July 1863. Exchanged. Whitner was killed during the battle in Wilderness, Virginia 1864. It is not known where he was buried.
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Name: Weldon Chester PearmanRank: Private Company: H
My 2nd cousin Weldon C. Pearman (1830-1863) enlisted as a Private on 4 Mar 1862 with the 15th Georgia Regiment, Company H, 'Pool Volunteers' from Hart County, Georgia. He died of typhoid fever in the hospital at Petersburg, Virginia, 13 April 1863. His regiment was part of the Army of Northern Virginia. He was married to Nancy Catherine Parker.
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Name: Wesley G. WadeRank: Private Company: H
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Name: Joshua A. FordRank: Private Company: I
Enlisted August 29, 1862. Wounded at Wilderness, Va. May 6,1864. On detail duty in Richmond, Va. hospital February 28,1865 after being wounded a second time. No later record. (Born in South Carolina August 18,1833.) (ga.state pension records show he was 'discharged by surrender')
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Name: Madison A. MarcusRank: Captain Company: I
Immigrant from Prussia
Served his newly adopted country from the outbreak of war 'til his death in the 2nd battle of Darbytown Road.
Wounded at Chickamauga.
Commanded Fort Gilmer.
Fell in the field of honor, rallying his men.
His general said of him:
'Not one of Napoleon's Marshals was ever so brave.'
JD Waddell said of his death:
'A braver soldier never fought beneath a plume.'
Contact Name: Daniel Putziger
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Name: George Boardman MathewsRank: Private Company: I
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Contact Name: Stephen Moyers Woodard
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Name: Alfred J. TeasleyRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: I
Enlisted June 15, 1862, not sure if he was in Virginia for the start of the Seven Days, but assume he was. He was promoted to 2nd LT. on Aug 2, 1863 in the aftermath of Gettysburg, and surrendered with the unit at Appomattox, April 9, 1865.
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Name: JAMES FRANKLIN HAWKINSRank: Private Company: K
ENLISTED IN COMPANY K GEORGIA 15TH INFANTRY REGIMENT 15 JULY 1861 WOUNDED JUNE 1864 (LOST A ARM TO WOUNDS FAMILY INFORMATION)GREAT GREAT GRAND FATHER MOTHERS SIDE
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