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45th Georgia Infantry CSA

Name: John Ivis JohnsonRank: Private Company:
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Name: Zachariah Taylor LambRank: Private Company:
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Name: Charles PolandRank: Private Company:
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Name: James FaulkRank: Private Company: A
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Name: William H. BrownRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: C
William H. Brown was a Sgt Major in Co C. On 12 Sept, 1864 was 'elected' to 1st LT. I have the original field order of 12 Sept, 1864. 1 other name is on the field order for promotion: 2nd lt H. G. Lamar, promoted to Capt.
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Name: Robert MurphyRank: Private Company: C
Not related but have his canteen he carried in War Between the States. He was killed at Chancelorsville in 1863.
Contact Name: Bruce Hohler
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Name: URIAH ANDERSON MUSSELWHITERank: 2nd Corporal Company: C
THERE WERE A LOT OF MUSSEWHITES IN THIS COMPANY.MY RELATIVE WAS KILLED AT THE BATTLE OF WILDERNESS VA. MAY 1864!
Contact Name: WILBUR MUSSELWHITE
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Name: Issac Franklin WardRank: Private Company: C
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Contact Name: Don Rascoe
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Name: Francis Marion BennettRank: Private Company: D
Wounded at Spottsylvania at Bloody Angle May 12, 1864
Surrendered at Appomatox April 9, 1865
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Name: Wiley William HickmanRank: Private Company: D
Wiley William Hickman was born in Monroe County Georgia about 1833. He enlisted in the 45th Georgia Infantry Co D, McCowan's Guards, March 4th 1862. Wiley's unit was part of the Army of Northern Virginia under AP Hill's 3rd Corps involved in many battles. Wiley was wounded at the battle of the Wilderness May 6 1864 and was evacuated to Knight's Hospital in Lynchburg VA where he died of complications from his wounds. He was buried in the Old City Cemetery line 8 Row 5 Lot 198 January 19, 1865.
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Name: Daniel G. MaysRank: Private Company: D
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Contact Name: Brenda Rollins
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Name: Garland Francis WheelerRank: Private Company: D
Believe he joined in May '62. Brother William transferred from the 53rd GA in May '63 to join him.
Contact Name: Joe White
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Name: Jonathan Iverson JohnsonRank: Private Company: E
J.I. Johnson was my grandmother’s grandfather and I have visited his grave (south of Lawrenceburg, TN). In July 2011, I stood where the 45th was deployed during 2nd Manassas and plan on visiting Fredericksburg (where he was wounded) in 2012 to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the battle.
Contact Name: Mike Noel
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Name: Hugh NeislerRank: Sergeant Company: E
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Name: Robert Vines HardemanRank: Private Company: F
Robert Vines Hardeman

Residence Bibb County GA;
Enlisted on 1/1/1862 as a Private.
On 1/1/1862 he mustered into 'B' Co. GA 2nd Battn Infantry
He was transferred out on 3/15/1863
(Estimated day of transfer)
On 3/15/1863 he transferred into 'F' Co. GA 45th Infantry
(date and method of discharge not given)
He was listed as:
* Detailed 4/15/1864 (place not stated) (As Division Provost Guard, estimated day)
* Furlough 2/8/1865 (place not stated) (30 days, no further record.)
Other Information:
born in Jones County, GA
(Born Feb 19, 1843.)
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- Roster of Confederate Soldiers of Georgia 1861-1865

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Robert V. Hardeman enlisted as a Private in Company F, 45th Georgia Infantry January 1, 1862 at Macon, Georgia, admitted Jackson Hospital, Richmond, Virginia, November 1, 1864, Colitis, returned to duty December 28 ,,Posted by Marvin Poe on behalf of Lane Sorrell GGG Grandon of R V Hardeman
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Name: James Michael MooreRank: Private Company: F
James Michael Moore was my paternal great grandfather and was a Private in Company F, 45th Ga. He was born in June, 1845 and died in Crisp, County in 1929. He is buried at the cemetary in Arabi, Georgia.
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Name: John Bishop MooreRank: Private Company: F

Enlisted 4March1862 in Clinton ( Jones County ), Georgia
KIA 26June1862 in Mechanicsville, Virginia

Site of burial in Virginia is unknown.
17 years of age.
Contact Name: Durward Moore Poland
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Name: William Franklin MooreRank: Private Company: F
William Franklin Moore was my paternal great great grandfather, son of James Michael Moore, and was also in the 45th Ga. Co. F. He was too old for active service and was stationed at the munitions factory in Augusta, Ga. during the war.
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Name: Matthew Everett MortonRank: Private Company: F
He enlisted in this unit in Clinton, GA where he made his home, and was paid a bounty of $50.00 to join.

I have a letter from him written '3 miles north Richmond Va' on 'Saturday May 31st 1862'. He died on July 21, 1862 as a result of exposure during battle. He is buried in some unknown place in or near Richmond, Virginia.

He was born May 20, 1839.
Contact Name: James Everett Morton, III
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Name: George A. PerdueRank: Private Company: F
Enlisted as a Private on 3-04-1862.
Company F,45th Infantry Reg.Georgia.
Wounded 03 July 1863 at Gettysburg,PA - arm wound.
POW 3-25-1865 Virginia.
Released June 16,1865 at Point Lookout, MD.
Contact Name: D.L.Whitman
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Name: P. H. CozartRank: Private Company: G
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. This person may be the same as Priestly H. Cozart, serving in Co. A of the 20th GA Infantry, and P. H. Cozart, serving in Green's GA Infantry. Would appreciate learning any info others may have on this individual.
Contact Name: Jim Couzzourt
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Name: John Gamble DavisRank: Sergeant Major Company: H
Davis, John Gamble -- Enlisted as a private in Company C, 1st Regiment, Georgia Infantry, (Ramsey's,) June 20, 1861. Mustered out at Augusta, Georgia March 18, 1862. Enlisted as a private in Company H, 45th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, April 22, 1862. Appointed Sergeant Major April 1862. On furlough September 28, 1862 -January 3, 1863.
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Name: William Mazyck DavisRank: Captain Company: H
Captain William Mazyck Davis, Company H, was wounded on June 26, 1862 at the Battle of Beaver Dam Creek, also known as the Battle of Mechanicsville, and lost his leg. His son, John Gamble Davis, also served in Company H
Contact Name: Jim Davis
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Name: Francis Marian BrittonRank: Private Company: I
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Contact Name: David Lawrence Britton
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Name: George W. JohnsonRank: Private Company: I
Johnson, George W.- enlisted March 4, 1862.
Roll for February 28, 1865, last on file, shows him on furlough of indulgence.
(Born in Monroe County, Ga. April 9, 1845.)

The Roster of Confederate Soldiers of Georgia, 1861-1865 has a question mark by his name, meaning “service incomplete or cannot be certified.”
Contact Name: Dawn Mundy
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Name: Henry Harris MartinRank: Private Company: I
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Contact Name: Jana Mayhall
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Name: Lewis M. EtheredgeRank: Private Company: J
Enlisted as a private in 'Byars Volunteers' of Butts Co., Ga. Died at Orange Court House and buried at Lynchburg Cemetery
Contact Name: John Davis
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Name: Henry Bainbridge PopeRank: Private Company: K
Henry enlisted on march 4th, 1862. He was captured at Petersburg Va on March 27th 1865 and was released June 16th. He had 11 children (including my grandmother) and died in Lonoke, AR at the age of 55.
Contact Name: Barbara Eike
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Name: Williams RutherfordRank: Captain Company: K
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Contact Name: Eve Stocker
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Name: John Lewis Theodore SawyerRank: Private Company: K
Brother of my great-grandmother
Contact Name: Carol McGee
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Name: Thomas J. SlatterRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: K
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Contact Name: Wyatt Parker
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Name: William Daniel WheelerRank: Private Company: K
Transfered from the 53rd GA to the 45th GA in May '63 in exchange for W. M. Holmes, to join brother Garland. Surrendered, Appomattox, Va. April 9, 1865.
Contact Name: Joe White
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