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36th Georgia Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: Benjamin Franklin CulpepperRank: Private Company:

BF Culpepper joined the CSA in Columbus, GA on Jul 2, 1864, for local defense in Pemberton's Cavalry. He was exempt at the time; probably as a war industry laborer. Sherman was just a little north of Atlanta. Since Sherman did not attack Columbus, I am assuming Benjamin joined the 36th Infantry. He was paroled after a year. His wife Nancy requested a CSA pension in 1907 in Alabama. Benjamin died in 1890. Her request was denied. Washington said there was no record of him serving in the 36th. In 1914, she tried again with affadavits from soldiers who served w/ him in Pemberton's Cavalry and was this time was successful. However, I have not found conclusive evidence of a document where he is on the 36th's roll. I would like to see a document.

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Contact Name: David E. Culpepper
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