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5th Georgia Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: John A. CozartRank: Private Company: E

Have little information on this relative. Cozart is just one variant of our surname, which originally was Cossart. John A. may have had a brother, William R, serving in the same outfit and company. John was the son of Anthony, first marriage; he appears with Anthony in the 1850 Monroe Co. Census; John was apparently born 1835 in Monroe Co. In 1860 he was in Terrell Co. He enlisted on the same day as William R., 5/11/1861, also in Macon. He was apparently discharged for disability 8/31/1861 in Pensacola, FL, after serving about 3.5 months. One record says he died 1863, cause/location unspecified. He was about 34-35 at enlistment. If any reader knows anything about these two, I would appreciate finding out about them.

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Contact Name: Jim Couzzourt
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