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44th Georgia Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: Isaac M. JacksonRank: Private Company: K

Born about 1838 to family of James A. Jackson in Greene County. It is known from a sign-in book of the Wayside Hotel in Union Point, Georgia, that Isaac traveled home to Greene County in April 1863 and returned that same month to the 44th Georgia then in winter quarters west of Fredericksburg, Virginia. Isaac and his brother Andrew Franklin Jackson in the same company were both captured May 10, 1864 at Spotsylvania in Upton's attack on the Mule Shoe salient. He and his brother were held at Fort Delaware. After the war, Isaac married Sarah F. Smith, neice of fellow 44th Georgia soldier Asa McLellan, on 13 September 1866. He and Sarah had two children before her early death around 1870, one of them being the submitter's great grandmother Hattie Cornelia Jackson. Isaac died around 1880.

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