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20th Georgia Infantry CSA

Name: James H. GarnerRank: Private Company:
This is my ancestor. He died in 1909 in Haralson County, GA.
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Name: Joshua A. ReamesRank: Private Company:
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Contact Name: Trae Reames
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Name: Asa C. ScottRank: Private Company:
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Contact Name: Linda Scott
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Name: William D. SmithRank: General Company:
His son, my 2g. grandfather, William Smith, served in the 61st Ga. Infantry Co. 'B'

Brig. William D. Smith died of fever in defense of Charleston, S.C.
Contact Name: Rick Smith
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Name: Priestly H. CozartRank: Private Company: A
Have no information on this distant relative. The surname Cozart is one of the more common of the hundred or so variants of the original surname Cossart. Priestly H. is the same person as P. H. Cozart serving in Co. G, 45th GA Infantry. He served some 5 months and was discharged for 'disability.' There is another (sergeant) P. H. Cozart in Capt. Green's Co., Georgia Infantry, State Armory Guards. Is this Priestly, too? Would appreciate learning any information others may have on Priestly.
Contact Name: Jim Couzzourt
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Name: C. J. MixonRank: Private Company: A
C. J. Mixon was my GGG Grandfather. I dont have much information for him, other than he died at General Hospital #1 on March 14, 1863.
Contact Name: Van Mixon
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Name: Cornelius WilsonRank: Private Company: A
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Contact Name: Charles Patrick
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Name: Joseph Henry PoolRank: Private Company: B
Joseph enlisted as a Private on 23 May 1861 in Company B with his brother Matthew Harris Pool. His company was commanded by John A. Strother, Border Rangers/Muscogee Mounted Guards. All the men were from Muscogee County. Joseph lost his brother on Sept. 15, 1861 in one of the first actions the boys saw.
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Name: Matthew Harris PoolRank: Private Company: B
Matthew enlisted with his brother, Joseph Henry Pool, on 23 May 1861. He was in the Company B: John A. Strother, Border Rangers/Muscogee Mounted Guards, men from Muscogee County, Georgia. He was ordered to Fairfax County Virginia as part of Early’s Brigade, Van Dorn’s Division, 1st Corps, Army of the Potomac. Matthew was killed on September 15, 1861, in a skirmish soon after the regiment arrived in Virginia.
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Name: Leonidas WingateRank: Private Company: B
Leonidas enlisted on May 23, 1861 with his Father Thomas Wingate. After the Battle of Gettysburg, he was hospitalized for a dislocated knee and Scofulous Diathesis and then recommended to return to Columbus, Ga. to work in a mechanical shop. He was never officially discharged.

Wingate, Leonidas—Private May 23, 1861. Wounded at Gettys-
burg, Pa. July 2, 1863. Absent without leave Oct. 1, 1863 - Oct. 1864. No later record.

http://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=wu.89059402289;view=1up;seq=799
Contact Name: Christianna Ward
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Name: Thomas WingateRank: Private Company: B
Thomas Wingate enlisted on May 23, 1861 with his son Leonidas Wingate. He was discharged on Oct. 31, 1861 in Manasses due to his chronic rheumatism.

Wingate, Thomas—Private May 23, 1861. Discharged on ac-
count chronic rheumatism at Manassas, Va. Oct. 31,1861.e

http://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=wu.89059402289;view=1up;seq=799
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Name: Aaron Jefferson AdkinsRank: Private Company: C
Enlisted as a Private June 14,1861 Co C. Transferred to Co I 28th Infantry Reg. Georgia, January 3 1862. See further @ 28th Infantry Regiment.
Contact Name: George Norris
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Name: William Allen CoalsonRank: Private Company: C
Was captured and signed parole and oath of allegiance after Battle of Knoxville. Was brother of Mary Ann Coalson Garner and Brother-in-Law to Richard Henry Garner of Company 'D'. Allen's Father help found Holly Springs Baptist Church in 1850. Also in 20th Georgia were three of Richard H.'s brothers: Milton, James, and Levi. Allen Coalson's signature is on requests for Confederate Widow's Pension applications for his sister, Mary Ann Coalson Garner. Is buried at Garner Cemetery.
Contact Name: Kenneth D. Bolden
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Name: Willis Franklin DennyRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: C
20th Georgia Infantry Regiment ('Jefferson County Guards' or 'Jefferson Guards'), Company C

Denny, Willis F. -- 1st Lieutenant - June 14, 1861. Elected Captain March 7, 1862. Furloughed for 30 days on account of
sickness January 6, 1864. Unfit for field duty. Furloughed
on account of disability January 6, 1865. Requested that
furlough be extended for 30 days March 8, 1865.

Source => File contributed for use in the USGenWeb
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Contact Name: Mike Psaila
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Name: Woodson V. BaughRank: 2nd Sergeant Company: D
Enlisted 24 Jun 1861 in Polk County, GA.
Contact Name: Herman Johnson
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Name: Richard Henry GarnerRank: Private Company: D
This was my Great - Great Grandfather - he was born in the Polk/Harrelson/Paulding county area.
Contact Name: Kenneth D. Bolden
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Name: Bennett LeeRank: Private Company: D
Bennett Lee was my Great Great Great Grandfather.He also had 2 sons that served in the same company.
Contact Name: Steven Williams
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Name: George W. LeeRank: Private Company: D
Captured at Gettysburg, Pa. July 3,1863 . Paroled at Point Lookout, Md. and transferred to James River, Va. for exchange March 20,1864 . No later record.
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Name: William T. LeeRank: Sergeant Company: D
Son Of Bennett Lee
Contact Name: Steven Williams
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Name: William Bailey StewartRank: Private Company: D
Inlisted July 1861. Surrendered April 6, 1865. Served with 20th Georgia through the entire war. It is amazing he survived.
Contact Name: Paul Gregoire
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Name: Kinyon TurnerRank: Unknown Company: D
Kinyon Turner's CSA service was discovered during a Family Tree Project for my son's 9th Grade Honors World Studies class. The information we have is:

U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006

Name: Kinyon Turner
Service Info.: CONFEDERATE STATES ARMY
Birth Date: 14 Apr 1832
Death Date: 16 Sep 1901
Cemetery: Friendship Umc Church Cem
Cemetery Address: Fayetteville, GA 30215

Contact Name: Kim Venable
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Name: Selvy Perkins CookRank: Private Company: E
Wounded in the arm/shoulder at Petersburg, 02 April 1865
Contact Name: Leoroy Huntington
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Name: Seaborn Wilburn FlanniganRank: Private Company: E
Captured at Chickamauga, 09/20/1863. Died at Camp Morton, Indianapolis 02/15/1864. Buried in Greenlawn Cemetery,grave 780.
Contact Name: Jerry Flannigan
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Name: Obediah E. VarnadoreRank: Private Company: E
Died 16 Nov 1861 Union Hill, VA
Contact Name: Brian Krug
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Name: Luke LennonRank: Private Company: F
Born in Ireland, Luke was among the Irish to flee the famine, and so he sailed aboard the ship Schoodiac, arriving in New York on the 7th of September, 1849. He is listed in the Famine Irish Entry project 1846-1851, NARA, Washington DC. He made his way to Atlanta, Georgia, by the year 1860, where he appears on the census with wife Eliza and son Luke. He enlisted in the Confederate army on 18 June, 1861 in the 20th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company F.
Contact Name: S. Leighland
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Name: Gaither StringerRank: Private Company: F
Also known as Gater Stringer in subsequent census records and died in OK in 1915
Contact Name: Gene Adams
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Name: James BelcherRank: Private Company: G
Enlisted Feb 22, 1862.
Killed at Battle of Malvern Hill, VA - July 1, 1862.
Contact Name: Dan Belcher
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Name: Solomon William BelcherRank: Private Company: G
Enlisted July 15, 1861.
Wpunded in left arm, necessitating amputation above elbow near Columbus, GA - April 1865.
Contact Name: Dan Belcher
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Name: Thomas Jefferson BelcherRank: Private Company: G
Enlisted Feb 22, 1862.
Wounded at Battle of Malvern Hill, VA - July 1, 1862.
Captured near Ft Harrison, VA - Sept 29, 1864.
Released at Pt Lookout, MD - Oct 17, 1864.
Contact Name: Dan Belcher
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Name: John Oliver BrownRank: Private Company: G
John Oliver Brown, Sr. enlisted in the 20th Georgia Infantry Regiment, Company G on January 28, 1863. He received an honorable discharge on August 31, 1863 in Liberty Mill, Virginia. Records indicate that he may have lived in Muscogee Co., GA at the time of his enlistment in the Confederate States Army but he was married in Fayette, County, GA and later lived in Fayette County, GA.
Contact Name: Robert M. (Mike) Brown
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Name: John N. ThompsonRank: Private Company: G
He was my great-grandfather's older brother. Born 1/1/1826 and died in 1912. He enlisted on 5/6/1863 and was wounded at Chickamauga on 9/19/1863. He was captured on 9/29/1863 near Fort Harrison, VA and imprisoned at Pt. Lookout, MD. He was released 6/8/1865.
Contact Name: William Bridges
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Name: Doctor Copeland AndersonRank: Private Company: H
D.C. Anderson, born 1838, enlisted 01 September 1862 in Telfair Co., GA and was killed at Richmond, VA 18 March 1863. His brothers Jesse Copeland Anderson and Francis Marion Anderson were enlisted in the same company.
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Name: Francis Marion AndersonRank: Private Company: H
Marion Anderson, 1832-1918, enlisted with his brothers DC and Jesse Anderson from Telfair County, GA. He was wounded in the shoulder at Gettysburg and was either discharged or furloughed home after that (his daughter Ann was born in 1864). Family lore says he did not have the Yankee minnie ball removed from his shoulder until 18 years after. I am still searching for more information concerning his service record.
Contact Name: Linda Clark Williams
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Name: Jesse Copeland AndersonRank: Private Company: H
Jesse Anderson, born 1828 (Jesse Copeland Anderson) served in the same regiment as his brothers Doctor Copeland (DC) Anderson and Francis Marion (Marion) Anderson. I have no further information as to what happened to J.C. Anderson after his probable enlistment date on or around 1 September 1862.
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Name: John Willcox CoffeeRank: Private Company: H
Born 03/26/1836 in Telfair Co. Georgia to John Bryan Coffee (b. 01/08/1814 in Telfair Co. Georgia) and Rebecca Willcox (b. 10/02/1817 in Telfair Co. Georgia). John enlisted as a private 4 March 1862 in Company B, 49th GA Volunteer Infantry, soon to transfer to Company H. He surrendered at Appomattox, VA 9 April 1865. John died on 13 September 1899 at the age of 63. He is buried in Coffee-Harrell Cemetery, Dodge Co, GA. National Archives Microfilm Box, Roll, and Record: 000226, 0013, 00000116. Married twice with 4 children. Died 09/03/1899 in Rhine, Dodge Co. Georgia.

(3rd Cousin 4 times removed)
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Name: Joshua CoffeeRank: Private Company: H
Born 01/06/1840 in Pulaski Co. Georgia to Peter Harrison Coffee (b. 09/28/1813 in Hancock Co. Georgia) and Susan Ann Bailey Rogers (b. 10/19/1820 in Telfair Co. Georgia). He enlisted on 06/06/1861 as a Private. Joshua Coffee married Mary Ennis Daniel (b. April 1845). They had seven children. He died 10/29/1909 and was buried in Old Daniel Baptist Church Cemetery, Dodge Co. Georgia.

(3rd Cousin 4 times removed)
Contact Name: Donald Steven Smith
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Name: Mitchell Griffin Willcox CoffeeRank: Private Company: H
Born 12/23/1844 to John Bryan Coffee (b. 01/08/1814 in Telfair Co. Georgia) and Rebecca Willcox (b. 10/02/1817 in Telfair Co. Georgia). He enlisted as a private in Company H on 06/06/1861. He received pay 23 January 1865. No later record is found. He married Zimlie Griffin in 1866. They had one girl. Mitchell is buried in Coffee-Harrell Cemetery, Dodge Co. Georgia. National Archives Microfilm Box, Roll, and Record: 000226, 0013, 00000130

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Name: Malcolm D. ShawRank: Private Company: H
Enlisted on 06 June 1861.
P.O.W. on 03 April 1865 at Richmond, VA.
Escaped from Hospital on 01 May 1865.
Contact Name: Wade Pittillo
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Name: Daniel GrantRank: Private Company: I
I am the Great Great Grand daughter of Daniel Grant, who served
in Co. I 20th Georgia Infantry. He fought in many battles and
serrendered at Applomattox.
I am seeking any and all info on Daniel, who went on to marry
Susan Caroline Scroggins and settled in Freestone Co., Texas.
Contact Name: Nancy Mundell
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Name: John A. JonesRank: Colonel Company: I
Col. Jones - KIA 2 July 1863 - Little Round Top - Gettysburg - born 11 Feb 1821 Baldwin county, Georgia - son of Seaborn Jones. Elected to captain - 23 May 1861, promoted to major - 30 Aug 1861, promoted to Lt.Col. 3 April 1862, promoted to colonel 29 May 1863. My 1st cousin 4 times removed. I have a picture of him if anyone wants a copy. His brother-in-law was Gen. Henry Lewis Benning
Contact Name: H. Patrick Porter
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Name: William N. OdenRank: Private Company: K
William Oden enlisted in Co K, 20th Regt, GA Volunteer Infantry, Army of Northern Virginia, CSA, in Richmond County, GA, (“Montgomery Guards”) as a private on 26 Feb 1862. Archives records show that William was present for duty but was sick in March and April, 1862. Hospital records show that he reported to General Hospital No. 18 (formerly Greaner’s Hospital), Richmond, Virginia, on May 2, 1862, complaining of debility. He died there of disease on 8 May 1862. On 26 Oct 1863 William appears on A Register of Claims of Deceased Officers and Soldiers from Georgia which were filed for settlement in the office of the Confederate States Auditor for the War Department. Confederate Archives, Chapter 10, File No. 25, Page 86.
I think William Oden is buried in Virginia
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Name: Benjamin Lawton PrescottRank: Private Company: K
Pvt Prescott enlisted at Augusta, Richmond County, GA in 1861.
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