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2nd Georgia Infantry (CSA)
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Name: Jasper Ivey SmithRank: Private Company: K

My GreatGrandfather, Jasper Ivy Smith was a Pvt. in Company K, 2nd Georgia Regiment Infantry, C.S.A. He was born December 23, 1845 in Monroe, Walton County, GA, married Mary Elizabeth Blackwell, died April 20, 1915 in Haleyville, Winston County,GA. Buried in New Home Baptist Church Cemetery, Moreland, AL. There are two (2) Headstones in the Moreland Cemetery for Jasper Ivy Smith. One is a regular headstone for his burial; one is a headstone as a Memorial for his service during the Civil War. Entered the service December 25, 1863 as Private at or near Atlanta, Georgia in 2nd Georgia Regiment Infantry, Company K and continued until the surrender at Columbus, Georgia in April 1865, which ended his military career. No papers.

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