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18th Georgia Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: James A JohnsonRank: Private Company: K

James A Johnson was born in May 1844 in Chambers Co., Al. When he was about a year old the family moved to Georgia. He enlisted in Co K along with his brother William M. and father John P. Johnson on June 17, 1861. He served throughtout the war in Co K. According to stories he told to my grandmother, he fought in most of the battles that included the 18th Georgia and was wounded in the leg once. He was one of three remaining soldiers in Company K listed in the Appomattox paroles on April 9, 1861. After the war, he settled in Prince William Co, Va. Married Susan Byram on May 8, 1867. His family later moved to Louisa Co., Va. He died on May 29, 1929 and was buried in a family cemetery in Louisa Co. Va.

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Contact Name: Keith Johnson
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