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41st Georgia Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: George Washington BairdRank: Private Company: C

From Compiled Service Record at George Washington Baird enlisted on 04 Mar 1862 at Camp McDonald [Big Shanty, Cobb County, Georgia] in Company C, 41st Regiment, Georgia Volunteers, commanded by Capt. George S. Avery. The Bounty Pay Roll card dated 29 Mar 1862 shows that he was paid $50.00 for re-enlisting. He died on 28 Apr 1862 in Lauderdale, Mississippi. He was the son of Rebecca (Baird) Draper Lewis according to an affidavit sworn by her in the effort to obtain any money due for GWB's service. She states he was the son of her first husband (not named). GWB was born about 1845-46 according to the 1860 U.S. Federal Census for Georgia, Cobb County, Oregon District, Lost Mountain Post Office: Dwelling #767/Family #749, where is is found at age 14 in the home of John and Rebecca Lewis. Rebecca's first known husband was James Draper, whom she married in 1851. Rebecca (26) and George (5) are in the home of James (55) and Lucy (55) Bird [Baird] in the 1850 U.S. Federal Census for Georgia, Monroe County, Division 60, Dwelling #866/Family #866. Rebecca (Baird) Draper married John Lewis in 1856. The father of George Washington Baird is unknown at this time.

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