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1st Georgia State Line Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: Elias WatsonRank: Private Company: G

Elias served for about twenty-two months, until Lee surrendered and the war ended on April 9, 1865. Brother of Benjamin Hudson Watson EW Born March 06, 1837 in Franklin County, Georgia, and died June 26, 1907 in Pruitt Community, Banks County, Georgia. He married DICEY LEWALLEN December 11, 1858 in Banks County Georgia, According to his statement: 'My command disbanded at Pirate Creek near Savannah, Ga. when the war closed in April 1865. The First Georgia State Troop regiment was attached to Stovalls Brigade at New Hope Church, Ga. I did service from there to Savannah, Ga. along the line that Sherman traviled. I received a sick furlough near Augusta, Ga. on the 10 day of Febuary 1865 for 60 days. I left my command the 10 Feb 1865.' (The spelling is as found and there's no indication as to why he got a sick furlough.)

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Contact Name: Mark Watson
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