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17th Georgia Infantry (CSA)
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Name: Thomas J McLendonRank: Private Company: K

I was in the Terrell Co. Library and found a old binder. The heading inside the binder Minutes of Minutes fo 'The Terrell County Camp Of United Confederate Veterans, Organized the First Tuesday in September 1893. and Enrollment Book Enrollment, See Page 75 J. W. Lowrey President-Commander Wm. K. Pilsbury Secretary & Act. Adjt. Page 61 Recruits Enlisted March 3rd 1862 Thomas McLendon age 17 years Thomas McLendon isn't listed the Roster of the Confederate Soldiers of Georgia 1861-1865 National Archives-Washington Civil War Payroll Affidavit: Webster Co. Georgia 24, April 1863 Joseph McLendon under oath said he was the father of Thomas McLendon, deceased, late a Private of Captain A. M. Jones Company 17th Regiment Georgia Volunteers and that the said deceased died leaving neither wife or child and (he) therefore is entitled to all arrears of pay &, that may be found due to said deceased from the Confederate States. And at the same time also appeared Wm. M. Crymes and made oath as aforesaid that he knew the said deceased and knows the said Joseph McLendon his father and that the facts as sworn by said Joseph McLendon are true, and that he is disinterested therein. Witnessed by Almarin Dillard, J. P. Joseph McLendon signed with X and witness by Wm M. Crymes James S. M. Ball, Clerk of the County Court of Webster County, Ga. April 27, 1863.

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