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18th Georgia Infantry CSA

Name: Carey Lou S. PadgettRank: Private Company:
Padgett, Carry Lou S., Private
18th Georgia Infantry

Born: September 17, 1829
Died: May 31, 1862 at Seven Pines, VA
Buried: unknown
Married: Mary Ann Goss
Children: 1
Occupation: unknown

May have served in the 28th GA Infantry.
For Susan H. I miss you.
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Name: James Lile LemonRank: Captain Company: A
Lemon began as 2nd Lt., Co. A (the 'Acworth Infantry') and served with distinction, rising to the rank of Captain of the Company at the time he was severely wounded inside the parapet of Fort Sanders, Knoxville, in Longstreet's attack on on that position on November 29, 1863. Captain Lemon eventually recovered from his head wound while a prisoner-of-war at Fort Delaware Prison and was one of the 'Immortal Six-Hundred' Southern officers brutalized and used as human shields against Confederate artillery fire at Charleston harbor before returning to Ft. Delaware for the remainder of the war. In 1995, the S.C.V. recognized Capt. Lemon's bravery and leadership in the ill-advised assault on Ft. Sanders by awarding him the Confederate Medal of Honor, the 43rd Confederate soldier to receive that honor. Capt. Lemon lived out the remainder of his life at his antebellum home in Acworth, Ga., which still stands today.
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Name: Elijah N. RobertsonRank: Private Company: A
Elijah N. Robertson, son of Samuel Robertson and Celia Martin enlisted in Cobb County in 1862. Mustered out disablity on 27 May 1862 at Richmond. He also had 2 brothers in the war, also from Acworth, Cobb Co. GA, Frank Robertson also in Co. A, who was killed 12 May 1862 at Spotsylvania Court House and F. J. Robertson who mustered out at Spotsylvania the day has brother was killed.
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Name: Frank RobertsonRank: Private Company: A
Frank Robertson, son of Samuel Robertson and Celia Martin enlisted in Cobb County on 2 Aug. 1861.He was killed 12 May 1862 at Spotsylvania Court House. His brother Elijah N. Robertson was in the same company. Another brother F. J. Robertson mustered out at Spotsylvania the day has brother was killed.
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Name: Elisha WalravenRank: Private Company: A
Enlisted 21 May 1862 at Richmond, VA.
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Name: William Blake BartlettRank: Corporal Company: B
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Name: Madison F. CrumleyRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: B
Madison Crumley was born in Florida in 1840. Following his graduation from Augusta Medical School in 1861 he enlisted in Co. B of the 18th Georgia Infantry and attained the rank of 2cd Lt. He was shot in the right foot at Eltham`s Landing during the retreat from Yorktown. He fought in all the battles of the 18th Georgia, including Second Manassas, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, and Chancellorsville. In spring of 1863, General Wofford selected him for promotion to the rank of Captain in command of Co. A of the newly formed 3rd Battalion Georgia Sharpshooters.
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Name: Joel W. KingRank: Private Company: B
Joel mustered into service 15 Feb 1862 at Conyers, Ga. He was in almost every battle fought by the Army of Northern Virginia. As far as we know he was never wounded. He was only hospitalized for debilitas(the term for battle fatigue in those days). He was with Lee's army in the retreat from Richmond acting as rear guard, but was captured 6 Apr 1865 at Sailor's Creek near Farmville, Va. He had fair complexion,dark hair, grey eyes and was 5ft. 8in. in height. He returned to his devastated farm in Georgia, and later moved his family to Van Zandt Co., Tx. by the late 1870's.
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Name: Christopher C. KnowlesRank: Private Company: B
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Name: Warren Martain NuttRank: Private Company: B
Warren was Born 15 December 1846 in Rome, Floyd Co. Georgia. He was 15 when he lied about his age and joined on 1 August 1862. He was in Tennessee with his unit when he was mustered out on 15 Oct. 1862 as underage.

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Name: Aaron K. RichardsonRank: Private Company: B
Son of Lt. James B. Richardson of the same unit. Aaron was wounded in the leg at the battle of Gaines Mill 27 June 1862.
He died as P.O.W. at Burkeville Federal Prison Hospital . Buried at Greenlawn Cemetery, Newport News, Va.
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Name: James B. RichardsonRank: Lieutenant Company: B
He served only for about 8 months. His name appears on a report of sick and wounded in General Hospital No. 4 at Richmond, Va. for the month of Oct. 1862. He was discharged on 28 Oct 1862 by a surgeon's certificate because of gunshot wound. He probably was wounded at Miller's Cornfield in the battle of Sharpsburg, Va. on 17 Sept where his regiment suffered a loss of 57% casualties. He returned home near Conyer's, Ga. to the care of his family. By the late 1870's, he moved them to Van Zandt County, Tx. (He was the Father-In-Law of Joel W. King mentioned elsewhere in this regiment)

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Name: Thomas Levi RichardsonRank: Private Company: B
Richardson, Thomas L.- private February 15, 1862. Captured at
Cedar Creek, Va. October 19, 1864. Released at Point Lookout, Md.
May 14,1865. (Born in Newton County, Ga. April 17,1837.)
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Name: James M. St. JohnRank: Private Company: B
COMPANY B, BARTOW AVENGERS (NEWTON CO)

ST. JOHN, James M. Private Sept 21, 1861. Transferred to Co. B, l8th GA Infantry Regiment May 14, 1862. Captured at Fisher's Hill, VA Sept 19, 1864. Paroled at Point Lookout, MD Jan 17, 1865. Received at James River, VA for exchange Jan 21, 1865. No later record.
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Name: Jesse R. AddingtonRank: Private Company: C
(Born - Abt. 1820)
(Died - Abt. 1900)
(Father - John Addington)
(Mother - Rachel Miller)
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Name: John Miller AddingtonRank: Private Company: C
(Born - Abt. 1827)
(Died - Abt. 1880)
(Father - John Addington)
(Mother - Rachel Miller)
(Married - Sarah Anne Marks)
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Name: Alexander Erwin BaconRank: Private Company: C
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Name: William H. BaconRank: Private Company: C
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Name: Blake Brantley MorganRank: Private Company: C
Private August 2, 1861. Wounded at Cold Harbor, Va. June 27, 1862; Chancellorsville, Va. May 3, 1863. Surrendered, Appomattox, Va. April 9, 1865.
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Name: Daniel Moseley MorganRank: Sergeant Company: C
Private April 30, 1861. Appointed 2d Sergeant in 1862. Captured at Cold Harbor, Va. June 1, 1864. Died of variola at Elmira, N. Y. January 29, 1865. Grave #1812 or #1864, Woodlawn National Cemetery.
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Name: George Dales MorganRank: Private Company: C
Private March 30, 1862. Killed at Fredericksburg, Va. December 13, 1862.
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Name: James Polk MorganRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: C
Private September 2, 1861. Wounded, date and place not given. Elected 2d Lieutenant March 19, 1864; 1st Lieutenant. Dropped from rolls for prolonged absence without leave December 30, 1864.

Left unit to join the 13th Georgia Cavalry.
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Name: M. G. PettijohnRank: Unknown Company: C
'A soldier named M.G. Pettijohn from Jackson County,Ga, was killed on the South Carolina Rail Road while walking across the track at Branchville yesterday,being run over by the train to this city. His body was taken to Augusta for Interment. He belonged to Company C,18th Georgia Regiment.' (newspaper article from 19 June 1862)
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Name: John Nathaniel WilliamsonRank: Private Company: C
John Nathaniel Williamson, of Jackson Co, GA, enlisted on 03 Mar 1862, and mustered out on 09 Apr 1865 at Appomattox Court House, VA. He was wounded 30 Aug 1862 at Manasas. He married Frances Ann Jarret 03 Jan 1854, and they had 2 children: Benjamin L. Williamson and Fannie Lee Williamson. He married Virginia 'Jennie' Chalkley on 18 July 1882, and had 5 daughters: Dollie V Williamson, Ola Williamson Ramey, Beulah V Williamson Williams, Annie Cleo Williamson Lloyd, and Bessie Martine Williamson Ramey. John Nathaniel Williamson, and his wife Jennie are buried together in Trion, GA. John Nathaniel Williamson is the son of John Lesley Williamson and Caroline Shotwell Williamson, and he is the great grandson of two Revolutionary Soldiers, John Williamson, born in Ireland, and Nathaniel Camp, whose grandfather was born in Ireland.
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Name: James Hobson WoffordRank: Private Company: C
Died - tyhpoid fever, Chimborazo Hospital, Richmond, VA Buried Oakwood Cemetery, Richmond,VA
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Name: Gideon Hunt MaconRank: Captain Company: D
Wounded on September 17, 1862 at Sharpsburg, Maryland
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Name: Joseph BeauchampRank: Private Company: E
Joseph Beauchamp wounded May 5, 1863 in Battle of Chancellorsville. Returned to Pickens County, GA (near Chickamagua, GA) and lived until about 1890. trying to locate where he is buried.
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Name: Jacob Anthony CollinsRank: Private Company: E
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Name: Thomas W. CollinsRank: Private Company: E
Enlisted in 1861 with his brother Jacob A. Collins, sons of David H. Collins, Capt., Co. G, 3rd Ga Cavalry. Died in LaSalle Parish, LA in 1915
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Name: William B. SilksRank: Private Company: E
Enlisted on June 24, 1861 at Camp McDonald, Bartow Co, GA.
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Name: James Benjamin GainesRank: Private Company: F
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Name: WILLIAM G. GUESTRank: Private Company: F
WILLIAM GUEST WAS A SCHOOL TEACHER IN BANKS AND HALL,CO.GA.HE WAS WOUNDED IN THE SIDE AT THE BATTLE OF SECOND MANASSESS(BULL RUN) ON AUG.28,1862, HE WAS IN AND OUT OF THE CHIMBRAZZO HOSPITAL IN RICHMOND,VA. AND NEVER FULLY RECOVERED FROM HIS WOUNDS.HIS FATHER BENJIMEN FRANKLIN GUEST DIED THREE WEEKS LATTER AT THE BATTLE OF ANTIETAM.SEPT.17,1862 BENJIMEN WAS SIXTY ONE YEARS OLD WHEN HE JOINED THE 53RD.GA.VOL.INF.WILLIAM IS BURRIED WITH HIS WIFE MARGARET ELANDER JONES GUEST AND HIS SON JAMES IN THE HICKORY FLAT UNITED METHODIST CEMETERY IN LULA GEORGIA.(CSA HEADSTONE)WILLIAM ALSO LOST A BROTHER NAMED JAMES GUEST IN THE WAR.
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Name: Jasper Admiral KingRank: Private Company: F
Jasper,my Ggrandfather,son of Absolom B. King was captured at Cedar Creek,VA.He spent the rest of the war at Point Lookout,MD.
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Name: Jasper PinsonRank: Private Company: F
This is my great great grandfather
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Name: William Tatum WoffordRank: General Company: Field & Staff
Civil War Confederate Brigadier General. Born into a family with a strong military reputation (both his grandfather and great-grandfather fought during the American Revolution), his father died when he was 3 years old, leaving his mother and grandfather to raise him and his two sisters. In 1827, the Wofford family drew a Cass (Bartow) County land lot during the Georgia Land Lottery and moved there shortly thereafter. In 1836 he attended the Gwinnett Manual Labor Institute in Lawrenceville, Georgia. One of his classmates was Charles Henry Smith, author of the famous 'Bill Arp' stories from the Civil War era. After graduation from school in Lawrenceville, Wofford studied law and was admitted to the state bar in 1844. When the Mexican War began, he was appointed as a Captain in 1847 and ordered to raise a company of volunteers. During the war, he and his men engaged in combat twice. After the war, he returned to his practice in Cassville, Georgia. In 1849 he was elected to the Georgia House of Representatives. An anti-secessionist, he was elected to represent Cass County at the Georgia secession convention, where he voted against Georgia leaving the union. When Georgia seceded from the Union, he was elected Colonel and commander of what would become the 18th Georgia Infantry Regiment. Reaching the rank of Brigadier General by the end of the war, he surrendered the last southern troops east of the Mississippi in Resaca, Georgia on May 12, 1865. After the war he was elected to Congress, but was refused his seat by radical Republicans. He spent the rest of his life representing Confederate veterans, helping them and their families acquire food, money, and clothing. General Wofford died in his sleep after a lengthy illness, and was laid to rest in Cassville Cemetery.
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Name: William Tatum WoffordRank: Colonel Company: Field & Staff
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Name: Zachriah N. HarrisRank: 2nd Lieutenant Company: G
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Name: William Henry Harrison WaltersRank: Captain Company: H
This gentleman was my grgrgrandfather. He entered the war at the onset and surrendered at Appomattox CH.Va. He is buried at Pisgah Baptist Church Cemetary in Coosa,Ga.
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Name: William Henry Harrison WaltersRank: Captain Company: H
William Henry Harrison Walters, my great grandfather, enlisted 11 Jun 1861 and served throughout the war with Co. H, 18th Ga. Inf. He was injured at Sharpsburg pushing heavily loaded wagons up a muddy river bank after the battle. His service ended as Aide-de-Camp to General Wofford who returned to Georgia in early 1865 to give aid to the destitute Bartow Countians after Sherman's devasting passage through the area.
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Name: James M. WoffordRank: 2nd Corporal Company: H
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Name: Thomas Jefferson BellRank: Private Company: I
Thomas enlisted at Camp McDonald on 22 June 1861 enrolled by Col. L.E. Blakely. He is the husband of Susan D. Chapman who is daughter of Abner Chapman and Eleanor DeWitt. There are only two CMR cards in the Archives on Thomas. This T.J. should not be confused with his brother J.T. Bell who died in the war.
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Name: William J. CrosierRank: Private Company: I
My great, great grandfather fought for the 18th regiment I company from Georgia. I have recently learned of all the battles he fought in, how many times he was wounded and that he and his regiment were at the Appomattox Courthouse the day Lee signed the treaty.
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Name: Issac T. StephensRank: Private Company: I
Born April 7, 1835 in Hancock County, Georgia. Died August 7, 1923 in Worth County, Georgia. Buried in the cemetery at Wrights Chapel in Worth County. Married Martha Joiner November 30, 1866. The marriage produced six children. Martha died during the 1880's and he remarried later in that decade to a Nancy Floyd.
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Name: Jasper Newton GarrisonRank: Private Company: K
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Name: Edmund HarlingRank: Private Company: K
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Name: James A. JohnsonRank: Private Company: K
James A Johnson was born in May 1844 in Chambers Co., Al. When he was about a year old the family moved to Georgia. He enlisted in Co K along with his brother William M. and father John P. Johnson on June 17, 1861. He served throughtout the war in Co K. According to stories he told to my grandmother, he fought in most of the battles that included the 18th Georgia and was wounded in the leg once. He was one of three remaining soldiers in Company K listed in the Appomattox paroles on April 9, 1861. After the war, he settled in Prince William Co, Va. Married Susan Byram on May 8, 1867. His family later moved to Louisa Co., Va. He died on May 29, 1929 and was buried in a family cemetery in Louisa Co. Va.
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Name: John P. JohnsonRank: Unknown Company: K
John P. Johnson was born in Putnam County, Georgia in abt 1815. In June 1861, He enlisted at Camp McDonald, Cobb County, Georgia along with two of his sons (James A and William M). From Service Records he was on muster rolls through Feb 1862. In March 1863 he was assigned to serve extra duty as a shoemaker at C.S. Shoe Dept in Richmond. In Jan 1864, he was listed in Jackson Hospital report with typhoid fever. After discharge from hospital in Feb 1864, he returned to service as a shoemaker. In July 1864 he was discharged for 'being over age.'
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Name: William M. JohnsonRank: Private Company: K
In June 1861, William M Johnson enlisted at Camp McDonald, Cobb County Georgia with his brother (James A.) and father (John P). He served throughout the war. In his pension application, he stated that he left service after he was released from Libby Prison in 1865. I suspect that he may have have been captured during the Battle of Saylor's Creek on April 6, 1861. Richmond had fallen a few days earlier and Libby Prison was used by the Union troops to hold captured Confederate soldiers.
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Name: F. M. LandersRank: Private Company: K
Wounded on 27 June 1862 at Cold Harbor, VA
Died of wounds Company K, 18th Infantry Regiment Georgia on 09 July 1862 in Chimborazo Hospl, Richmond, VA
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Name: William J. LandersRank: Private Company: K
Wounded on 01 June 1864 at Cold Harbor, VA
Died of wounds Company K, 18th Infantry Regiment Georgia on 24 June 1864 in Gnl Hospl 5, Wilmington, NC
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Name: Charles LedbetterRank: Private Company: K
Mustered in on June 20, 1861 . Wounded at Sharpsburg, Md. September 17, 1862. Transferred to Co. A, 3d Battn. Ga. Sharpshooters June 8, 1863. Wounded in 1863 . Roll dated August 1864, last on file, shows him in hospital. No later record. Charles, Daniel, Richard and William Ledbetter were all brothers serving in Co K.
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Name: Daniel LedbetterRank: Private Company: K
This was my 3rd Great Grandfather. Mustered in on July 28, 1861. Wounded through left shoulder and left lung at 2d Manassas, Va. August 30, 1862. Captured and paroled at Warrenton, Va. September 29, 1862. Transferred to Co. A, 3d Battn. Ga. Sharpshooters June 8, 1863. Wounded in 1863. Absent without leave August 1864. Born in Georgia. Charles, Daniel, Richard and William Ledbetter were all brothers serving in Co K.
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Name: Richard LedbetterRank: 4th Corporal Company: K
Mustered in as a private on June 17, 1861. Captured and paroled at Warrenton, Va. September 29, 1862. Transferred to Co. A, 693 3d Battn. Ga. Sharpshooters and appointed 4th Corporal June 8, 1863. Wounded in Virginia in 1864 . Roll for August 1864, last on file, shows him on wounded furlough. No later record. Charles, Daniel, Richard and William Ledbetter were all brothers serving in Co K.
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Name: William LedbetterRank: Private Company: K
Wiliam joined July 1861 in Cherokee County, Georgia

Transferred to Company A, 3rd Battalion Georgia Sharpshooters June 8, 1863.

Born: 13 Nov 1835, Forsyth County, Georgia

Died: 22 Jun 1899, Forsyth County, Georgia

Married Catherine Gravitt 5 Dec 1854, Forsyth County, Georgia

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Name: William Franklin SlatonRank: Sergeant Company: K
Enlisted on 17 Jun 1861 at Camp McDonald.
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Name: Neverson Francis SuttonRank: Private Company: K
N.F. Sutton, was my gg grandfather. He was finally captured at the Battle of Gettysburg on July 5, 1863. He arrived at Point Lookout POW Camp on Aug 21, 1863 and eventually paroled at Lynchburg, VA on 4/15/1865.
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