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9th Arkansas Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: George F HeddenRank: Private Company: A

My Great Uncle, a brother to Aaron Hedden (my Great Grand Father) old geneology records resurched by my cousion Benieta Harbor years ago only mentioned George in one, she could never find mention of George again. I found out why, he was killed in the Battle of Shiloh. George F. Hedden was organized at Grapevine, Arkansas on June 9, 1861, and mustered onto Confederate service at Pine Bluff, Arkansas, on July 25, 1861, for twelve months' service. He was killed in action April 6, 1862 at age 18 in one of the Civil Wars' Bloodest Battles at the age of 18. Sam and Elizabeth Hedden (father/mother)moved from Tennessee to Arkansas between 1833 and 1843. Aaron was born in Tennessee in 1833, and the next child listed was George, born in Arkansas in 1843. They settled in Greenbrier, Faulker County, Arkansas and listed in the 1850 Arkansas Census.

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Contact Name: Jeffrey Clintion Hedden
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