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14th Georgia Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: James Monroe LangfordRank: Private Company: B

James enlisted on 7/9/1861 in Gordon, Georgia by Captain Folsom. He was on furlough for being sick with dysentery. He was sent to the hospital in Richmond, VA on January 7, 1862. He was admitted to the C.S.A. General Hospital in Charlottesille, VA on 8/16/1862 to Ward F (at Lynchburg). He was admitted again on 6/13/1964 to the Jackson Hospital in Richmond, VA with dysentery. He returned to duty on August 13, 1863. James was in and out of the hospital and was diagnosed with Rheumatoid in Sept. 12, 1862, returning to duty on September 23, 1862. As of October 23, 1914 a note from the Adjutant General to the Commissioner of Pensions, State of Georgia, Atlanta reported: The records show that James Langford, private, Co. B, 14th GA Infantry, C.F.A., enlisted on July 9, 1861 at Gordon, GA. On the muster roll for Jan and Feb, 1865, last on file, he was reported 'Absent on sick furlough' at the time of surrender. No later record found.

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Contact Name: Renee Langford Sullivan
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