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40th Georgia Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: William David Henry StanfordRank: Private Company: G

W. D. H. Stanford served during the War Between the States in Company G of the 40th Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army of the Tennessee, C.S.A. This company was raised in Haralson County, Georgia and was known as the ''Haralson Defenders''. The Muster Roll of March 4, 1862, lists W. D. H. Stanford as a Private Soldier. Later Unit Muster Rolls show that he was captured at Vicksburg, Mississippi, on July 4, 1863, and paroled there on July 16, 1863. Later received off Mobile Harbor on August 4, 1863. He was later captured at Resaca, Georgia on May 15, 1864, and was carried to Alton, Illinois. He remained a prisoner there until he was discharged around March 1, 1865. He is noted in the Unit Muster Roll as being in a Richmond Hospital from March 9-12, 1865.

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