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19th Georgia Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: David Nelson BrockRank: Private Company: I

Pvt. - Swamp Rangers (Co. H, 18th Georgia Inf. and Co. I, 19th Georgia) Enlisted – (July 19, 1862 till end of war) Name appears on a copy of a report of Prisoners of War who were captured on a reconnaissance to Winchester, Virginia, which left on Dec. 2: and was paroled at Winchester, Virginia, Dec. 4, 1862 – Report dated Headquarters 2d Div., 12th A.C., Bolivar Heights, Virginia, Dec.7, 1862 Appears on Hospital Muster Roll of General Hospital at Staunton, Virginia, from Dec. 31, 1862 to Feb. 3, 1863 (fever) Appears on a Register of payments on Descriptive Lists for service from Jan. I, 1863 to Feb. 28, 1863 – paid $22.00 on Mar. 4, 1862 by S.L. Lewis Appears on a Receipt Roll for clothing on Oct. 24, 1863 Appears on a Register of Confederate States Hospital, Petersburg, Virginia – date of admission May 20, 1864 – duty on June 6, 1864 Appears on a list of rebel Prisoners of War who were in the hospital at Raleigh, NC, April 13, 1865 when the city was captured.

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