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34th Georgia Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: William Thomas DanielRank: Unknown Company: D

William served with the Ga 34th. He had moved to Cherokee county, Alabama, however he crossed the state line joined up in Chattooga county, GA. He was originally from what is now Bartow county, GA. He wrote a series of 29 letters home that can be found on micorfilm in the GA archives. He was captured and then paroled after Vicksburg fell. He was being brought home by a Rev. Lea from MS when he died 10 miles outside of Enterprise. He never saw his son, Patrick Thomas Daniel, but he named him in a letter he wrote home. His wife, Elizabeth Stovall moved back to Ga to live with her mother, Nancry Garner Stovall. His brother in law was a member of the Ga 40th and they served close enough that they would walk picket together. His brother in law was Patrick Henry Stovall.

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