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1st Georgia Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: James Warren PriceRank: Private Company:

James Warren Price is my 3rd Great-grandfather. Listed as Warren Price, 1st Georgia Regulars, on his Combined Service Record, he is the son of James Mitchell Price and Elizabeth Black. He was born in Johnson County, Ga, 1841, and married Susan Alitia Ross. They had James Warren Price, Jr., whom married Ophelia Spence and had Susan Flora Price. Susan Flora Price married Obediah Silas Spence and had Eva DeBertha Spence. Eva DeBertha Spence married Henry Gilbert Simpson and had Opal Inez Simpson. Opal Inez Simpson married Benjamen Franklin Brown and had my father, Dan Edwin Brown. Warren Price served Dec 1863 - May 1865, and is listed as being Paroled 22 May 1865 in Augusta, Ga. He is said to have been wounded and captured in the hospital. He is listed as a conscript and is buried with much of his family in the Price Family Cemetery near Wrightsville, Ga. His grave has a V.A. issued headstone that clearly marks him as being in the 1st GA Regulars. We have an origional picture of Warren Price and his wife in the family.

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