Home   Genealogy   Forums   Search   Contact
Mywatchhasrundown, can replace it General quartz, electronic watches need to replica watches uk provide power battery, battery life is generally around 1-2. When your watch appears Hands tremble, slow down, stop and go and other abnormal phenomenon, it is necessary to consider the replacement of breitling replica the battery, the button battery is not expensive, but open the watch is a technology live, not It is recommended to disassemble the watch and replace it, preferably to a professional repair table. Attention, watch the power exhaust should be replaced or removed as soon as possible, so as not to damage the battery leakage movement. How long is the watch life The service life of the watch has not been able to use the exact digital representation. Generally speaking, the life of the watch and the wearer are properly used and guaranteed.Watch related. For example, Peter Pace wear watches a bath, watch the appearance of dirty, watchband length discomfort, bad environment, serious impact, will make the watch is easy to damage, shorten the Service life¡£
Civil War Genealogy
Genealogy Home
General Genealogy Board
Search Regiments
 New Hampshire103
 New Jersey466
 New York1309
 North Carolina3785
 Rhode Island58
 South Carolina1033
 United States140
 West Virginia482
Genealogy Ads by Google

Civil War Genealogy Database
Unit Type

30th Georgia Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: John A. CoffeeRank: Captain Company: B

John A. Coffee was born on 26 April 1838 in Georgia, the son of Peter Coffee and Susan Ann Bailey Rogers. John married Rebecca S. Daniel, daughter of James S. Daniel and Elizabeth Willcox. John was a member of Company H. Records show him as a 2nd Lieutenant 6 June 1861, elected Captain 3 October 1861. John was wounded at Chickamauga 19 September 1863. He was elected Major 6 May 1864 and retired as Captain 14 October 1864. On roll dated 31 October 1864, he was reported 'erroneously promoted to Major in his absence and since retired as Captain to Invalid Corps.' He owned a large farm in Houston County, GA, after the war. John died on 11 March 1901 at the age of 62. He is buried in Orange Hill Cemetery, Hawkinsville, GA National Archives Microfilm Box, Roll, and Record: 000226, 0013, 00000114 (3rd Cousin 4 times removed)

Contact Info
Contact Name: Donald Steven Smith
Contact E-Mail: Click for E-mail
Please type in your password

Please type in your password in order to edit this ancestor:


If you have forgotten your password, please click here.
If you have any problems, please contact Brian Williams at:
* * *
* * *
© 2016, LLC Contact Brian Williams at: