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43rd Georgia Infantry (CSA)
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Name: Uriah HawkinsRank: 1st Lieutenant Company: I

Uriah Hawkins was born in Hall County, Georgia in late 1812 or early 1813. He was one of the early settlers of the new town of Cumming in Forsyth County, Georgia, purchasing land there in January of 1836. On March 10, 1862, he enlisted in Co. I of the 43rd GA Infantry Regiment and was appointed First Lieutenant. He was captured when Vicksburg, Mississippi fell to Union forces on July 4, 1863 and was give a parole there on July 6th. Uriah Hawkins resigned his commission and left the Confederate States Army on December 31, 1863 when he was just about 51 years old. He lived the remainder of his life in Forsyth County, GA and died there sometime after 1880. He is buried the the Cumming City Cemetery.

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