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6th Georgia Infantry CSA

Name: Agustus W. BishopRank: Private Company: A
I Have not located Agustus's military record. His CSA gravestone is located at Westview Cemetery, Moultie, Colquitt County Georgia. He was the husband of my 2nd cousin Josephine Chapman 1844-1923 of Talbot, County Georgia. His family sent most of their young men off to fight the northern invaders... Many were wounded, some died. All fought the good fight.
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Name: Sidney Francis BlountRank: Private Company: A
Enlisted as a Private on 24 February 1862
Enlisted in Company A, 6th Infantry Regiment Georgia on 24 February 1862.
Wounded on 14 September 1862 at South Mountain, MD
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Name: Solomon Sanders CulverRank: Private Company: A
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Name: James B. LordRank: Private Company: A
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Name: John E. BeckhamRank: Private Company: B
Birth: 28 Feb 1837 in Alabama
Death: 17 Jun 1862 in Lynchburg, Virginia
FA1: 26 Feb 1862 Private Co. B; 6 Georgia Infantry
FA2: died of disease (Ruebella) at Lynchburg, Va
FA3: 17 Jun 1862 Buried in Confederate Cemetery in Charlottesville, Va no. 6, 3d line, lot 171 -
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Name: James CuzzortRank: Private Company: B
Name also spelled as Cozzort, Kizzort, and Kizzert. Brother of Jesse, same unit. Enlisted out of Dade Co., GA; had contacts/family in extreme NE AL and prob. E TN. Was discharged because of disability.
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Name: Jesse CuzzortRank: Private Company: B
Name also spelled as Cozzort, Kizzort, and Kizzert, as is that of his brother James. May also have middle initial W.
Mainly Company B but one source also lists Company C. Home was in Dade Co., where he and brother James enlisted; had contacts/relatives in extreme NE AL and probably E. TN. Was P.O.W., captured while in a Richmond hospital.
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Name: Lexington O. PyeRank: 2nd Corporal Company: B
Lexinton O. Pye was appointed 2nd Coporal of Company B of the 6th Regiment Georgia State Troops 22 Oct 1861. Roll dated 18 April 1862, last on file, showes him present. Mustered out April 1862. Enlisted as a private in Company A of the 32nd Regiment Georgia Infantry 18 April 1862. Killed at Ocean Pond, Florida 20 February 1864. Was at the Battle of Gettysburg, July 5, 1863.
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Name: W J. AveraRank: Private Company: C
Great grandfather buried in Morgan Methodist Cemetery
Georgia. Lost leg.
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Name: Daniel B. HuttoRank: Private Company: C
Private for entire war. Wounded at Mechanicsville/Beaver Creek, June 26, 1862. Moved to Texas after war. Approved for Texas Confederate pension 1906.

Would appreciate any information on my great-grandfather.
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Name: Columbus SelfRank: Corporal Company: C
One of six Self brothers that served in the Confederate forces. Jefferson, Lott, and Marion were all killed in action. Columbus was wounded. However, Columbus survived as did David and Spencer, both members of the Georgia 62nd Calvary.
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Name: Jefferson SelfRank: Private Company: C
One of six Self brothers who served in the Confederate forces. Killed in action as were brothers Lott and Marion. Brothers Columbus, Spencer, and David survived the war and settled in Houston County, Georgia.
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Name: Lott SelfRank: Private Company: C
One of the six Self brothers to serve in the Confederate forces. Killed in action as were brothers Jefferson and Marion. Brothers Columbus, Spencer, and David survived the war and settled in Houston County, Georgia.
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Name: Marion SelfRank: Private Company: C
One of the six Self brothers to serve in the Confederate forces. Killed in action as were brothers Jefferson and Lott. Brothers Columbus, Spencer, and David survived the war and settled in Houston County, Georgia.
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Name: William Henry HortmanRank: Private Company: E
Company E ('Crawford County Greys').
Army of Tennessee.
Private-26 May, 1861.
Wounded at Sharpsburg, MD.-17 Sept., 1862.
Roll for 30 Apr., 1864-shows his present-no later record.
Contact Name: W. Joseph Mitchell
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Name: Redmond Ambus PerryRank: Private Company: E
Redmond Perry was my great great grandfather, he was injured twice in his for years of service. He was shoot thru his shoulder and was in hospital at Richmond. He later returned to his unit to serve out the remainder of the War.
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Name: Albert Harrison WellonsRank: Private Company: E
My ggg-Uncle, Albert Harrison Wellons enlisted on May 27, 1861. Died at the Battle of Seven Pines on May 31, 1862. I have a letter that he sent home to his mother (my ggg-Grandmother) November 3, 1861 from Yorktown, VA.
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Name: Mumford Stokes PooreRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: F
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Name: Green Berry TurnerRank: Private Company: F
This was my Great Great great grandfather. He is buried in Milledgeville, Ga, Memory Hill Cemetery
Contact Name: Samuel Clements
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Name: Virgil E. BurdettRank: Private Company: G
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Name: William Hamilton CaldwellRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: G
William entered the 6th Georgia on the 27th of May 1861. Served with this unit in Yorktown until January 1862 and resigned due to Chronic Hepititis. Reenlisted as a Private in Nelson''s Independent Georgia Cavalry Company (See that unit for more info).
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Name: John J. EubanksRank: Private Company: G
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Name: Martin Homer RileyRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: G
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Name: John A. GaddyRank: Private Company: H
Born Janurary 1, 1841 in North Carolina to Stephen Huntley Gaddy and nancy Allen. Died August 11, 1862. Anson County Heritage Book, page 151 & 152-killed during the Civil War serving with the Univ. of Ga. Calvary-he was going to school at Athens. Thursday, August 21, 1862 N.C. ARGUS (Wadesborough, Anson County, NC)-Died: At Salisbury, on the 11th inst., John A. GADDY, a native of Anson county, but late a private in the 6th Georgia regiment, aged 22 years, of disease contracted in the Army at Richmond...M226 roll 22

(4th Cousin 3 times removed)
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Name: THADDEUS DOUGH COLQUITTRank: Unknown Company: K
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Name: Asa HansfordRank: Private Company: K
My gg uncle Asa (1840-1863) joined the fight for Southern Independence on 17 Sept 1861 and enlisted at Yorktown, Virginia. He was the son of James A. Hansford and died 28 May 1863 in the Hannover Junction Hospital. Cause is not known, nor where he was buried. He never married.
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Name: Benjamin HansfordRank: Private Company: K
My gg uncle Benjamin Hansford (1843-1923) was the son of James A. Hansford. He enlisted 10 Jan 1864 at Charleston, South Carolina, and surrendered at Greensboro, North Carolina in 1865. He and his wife Lucy Ann Bray are both buried in the Salem Baptist Church Cemetery in Oglethorpe Co., Georgia.
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Name: James Alexander HansfordRank: Private Company: K
My gg grandfather, James Hansford, was in his early 50's when he enlisted. Six of his sons also fought with him in the 6th Ga. Inf. Co. K. James enlisted with the CSA in Atlanta, Ga. 28 May 1861 as a Pvt. and served until he surrendered 26 Apr 1865 in Greensboro, NC. He was wounded in the leg at the Battle of Ocean Pond, Florida, 20 Feb. 1864. He lived the rest of his life as a farmer and carpenter in northeast Georgia. He married Phoebe Hardy and after she was killed in a buggy accident he married Edna Scoggins. It is not known where he is buried.
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Name: Jethro HansfordRank: Private Company: K
My gg uncle Jethro Gibson (1839-1928) enlisted as a Private to fight for Southern Independence with his brother Asa on 17 Sept. 1861 in Co. K, 6th Georgia Infantry, CSA. He was wounded at the Battle of Malvern Hill in Virginia and was seriously wounded at the Battle of Olustee, Florida. He was present at the surrender in Greensboro, North Carolina, at the close of the war. He and his wife Olive T. Yarborough are both buried in Watkinsville, Georgia.
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Name: John James HansfordRank: Private Company: K
My gg uncle John James Hansford (1837-1864) enlisted to fight for the Confederate States of America with the 6th Georgia Infantry, Co. K, the same as his father and 5 brothers. He married Elizabeth Edwards when he was home on leave in October of 1863 and was killed just three months later by a shell at Ft Sumter. His wife came to take care of him until he died.
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Name: Marion Alexander HansfordRank: Private Company: K
My gg uncle Marion Alexander Hansford (1895-1893) was a son of James A. Hansford and his first wife Phoebe Hardy. Marion served with the CSA and enlisted on 1 April 1862 in Yorktown, Virginia. He was at the surrender at Greensboro, North Carolina on 26 Apr 1865. Marion served with the 6th Georgia Infantry, Co. K along with his father and 5 brothers.
Marion was a farmer. He and his wife Frances E. Peterman are both buried in the Salem Baptist Church Cemetery in Oglethorpe County, Georgia.
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Name: William Patrick HansfordRank: Private Company: K
My gg uncle William Patrick Hansford (1834-1888) was wounded at the Battle of Seven Pines and the Battle of Bentonville, North Carolina. He was a farmer in the Salem community, Oglethorpe County, Georgia. Married Sarah A. Peterman. Both are buried in the Salem Baptist Church Cemetery in Oglethorpe Co. Georgia.
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