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40th Georgia Infantry (CSA)
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Name: Thomas Sanford StricklandRank: 4th Sergeant Company: E

Birth: 6 Jan 1835 in Prob. Hall County, Georgia Death: 26 Feb 1898 in Kaufman County, Texas Father: John Strickland b. About. 1801 in Georgia Mother: Susannah Atkinson b. About. 1801 in North Carolina Burial: 1898 Dry Creek Cemetery, Poetry, Kaufman County, Texas Ordination: Methodist Minister Occupation: Methodist Minister He was a prisoner of war (taken at Battle of Resaca) received at Military Prison, Louisville, Kentucky, captured at Gordon Co. GA, Register No. 3; page 339. He also appears on a roll of Deserters from the Rebel Army, Louisville, Kentucky, Register No. 10; page 13. Physical Description on May 10, 1864: Light complexion, brown hair, grey eyes, 5 ft., 8 in.; another physical description from Hd. Qrs. Prov. Mar. Gen'l, Dept. of the Cumb'd, Nashville, Tenn.; Roll No. 547 (May 23, 1864) lists him as having a dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, 5 ft. 8 in. Headstone reads: Rev. T.S. Strickland Born Jan. 6, 1835 Died Feb. 26, 1898 In my father's house there are many mansions. Lucinda Caroline Ellis (Wife) b. 1 Mar 1843 in Georgia Children: John E. Strickland b. Mar 1866 in Georgia Julia Frances C. Strickland b. Jan 1870 in Georgia Sarah A. Strickland b. About. 1871 William F. Strickland b. About. 1874 Henry Sanford Strickland b. 13 Oct 1882 in Terrell, Kaufman County, Texas Laura Strickland b. Unknown

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