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41st Georgia Infantry (CSA)
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Name: John Tatum FulliloveRank: Private Company: A

John Tatum Fullilove, who was known as 'Tate', enlisted in the Confederate Army on March 4, 1862 from Coweta County, Georgia as a private in Company A 41st. Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry. The 41st, which was first commanded by Charles McDaniel of Bowden, Georgia, fought with the Army of Tennessee. Tate was captured May 15, or 16, 1864 at Resaca, Georgia by forces under Maj. Gen. Geo. H. Thomas and forwarded to Capt. S.E. Jones, Provost Marshal General, District of Kentucky at Louisville Ky and May 20, 1864. From the military prison at Louisville, he was sent to Alton Ill. on May 23, 1864. He arrived at Alton on May 25, 1864. On August 23, 1864, he was transferred to Camp Douglas arriving on August 24. John was discharged June 17, 1865 from Camp Douglas and is described on his oath of allegiance as being fair complexion, hazel eyes, brown hair, and 5'8' tall. After the Civil War, Tate married Charlotte Ann Gable on October 10, 1867. Charlotte was the sister of John Jacob Gable a fellow Civil War veteran and also a member of Company A 41st Infantry. Tate’s primary occupation was as a farmer, but he also sold dry goods in Bowden and ran a blacksmith shop and garage at the corner of Commerce Street and Burson Avenue of that city. Tate was elected Mayor of Bowden in 1897.

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