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35th Georgia Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: James A. DenneyRank: Private Company: D

Enlisted at Hogansville, GA March 1, 1862. Was wounded at Seven Pines May 31, 1862. Is said to have a wound in the lower abdomen and ran a swab through it with a ramrod to clean it out and warped it with a cloth. Was likely wounded or severely sick later in '62 as he spent about 6 weeks in Richmond area hospitals. Is credited with participation in the following engagements: o Seven Pines, Virginia (5/31/62 - 6/1/62) o Seven Days Battles, Virginia (6/25/62 - 7/1/62) o Mechanicsville, Virginia (6/26/62) o Gaines’ Mill, Virginia (6/27/62) o Frayser's Farm, Virginia (6/30/62) o Malvern Hill, Virginia (7/1/62) o Cedar Mountain, Virginia (8/9/62) o Second Bull Run, Virginia (8/28/62 - 8/30/62) o Chantilly, Virginia (9/1/62) o Harper's Ferry, West Virginia (9/12/62 - 9/15/62) o Antietam, Maryland (9/17/62) o Shepherdstown Ford, West Virginia (9/20/62) o Fredericksburg, Virginia (12/13/62) o Chancellorsville, Virginia (5/1/62 - 5/4/62) o Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (7/1/63 - 7/3/63) o Williamsport, Maryland (7/6/63) o Bristoe Campaign, Virginia (10/63) o Mine Run Campaign, Virginia (11/63 - 12/63) o Wilderness, Virginia (5/5/64 - 5/6/64) o Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia (5/8/64 - 5/21/64) o North Anna, Virginia (5/23/64 - 5/26/64) o Petersburg Siege, Virginia (6/1/64 - 4/1/65) o Cold Harbor, Virginia (6/1/64 - 6/3/64) o Appomattox Court House, Virginia (4/9/65) Was paroled and took the Oath on May 25, 1865. Walked back to Troup County, GA taking 3 months as he worked for food and clothing along the way.

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