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Name: george allen campbellRank: Private Company: F

ID: I00206 Name: George Allen CAMPBELL , Sr. Sex: M Birth: 24 FEB 1828 in South Carolina Death: 1 NOV 1897 in Centerville, Gwinnett County, Georgia of old age Burial: NOV 1897 Zora Cemetery, Centerville, Gwinnett County, Georgia Military Service: BET 5 MAY 1862 AND FEB 1865 Co. F, 35th Regiment Ga. Volunteer Infantry, Army of Northern Virginia, C.S.A. Occupation: 15 SEP 1860 Farmer/ baker & owned a Gin Mill Occupation: 22 AUG 1870 Farmer Census: 15 SEP 1860 Living at Dwelling # 1345 in Rockbridge District of Gwinnett County, Georgia Census: 22 AUG 1870 Living at Dwelling # 1075 in Yellow River P.O. area of Gwinnett County, Georgia Reference Number: 206 Note: George is buried at Zora Cemetery, Centerville, Gwinnett County, Georgia. George is shown on the Federal Census for September 15, 1860 as living at Dwelling # 1345 in Rockbridge District of Gwinnett County, Georgia, where he operated his family farm, his Gin Mill and a Bakery. George enlisted May 5, 1862 and served as a private in Company F, 35th Georgia Regiment from Gwinnett County, with General Stonewall Jackson's Brigade of the Army of Northern Virginia, C.S.A. under General Robert E. Lee. He was wounded on June 26, 1862 at Mechanicsville, Virginia and admitted to the 1st Georgia Hospital on June 27, 1862. Was on disability leave until the summer of 1864. During the war he fought in the following battles / events; (1) Seven Pines {May 31 - June 1, 1862} (2) Seven Days {June 25 - July 1, 1862} (3) Mechanicsville {June 26, 1862} (4) Cold Harbor {June 1 - 3, 1864} (5) Petersburg Siege {June 1864 - April 1865}

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