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Company Unknown
Charles Addison McDaniel - Colonel   
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Contact Name:  James Allen Knechtmann
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Date Added:  3/29/2004
Company Unknown
Richard L Winkle - Private   
This is my GGGGrandfather d:1862 Perryville, KY
Contact Name:  James Lewis
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Date Added:  11/24/2007
Company A
John Tatum Fullilove - Private   
John Tatum Fullilove, who was known as 'Tate', enlisted in the Confederate Army on March 4, 1862 from Coweta County, Georgia as a private in Company A 41st. Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry. The 41st, which was first commanded by Charles McDaniel of Bowden, Georgia, fought with the Army of Tennessee. Tate was captured May 15, or 16, 1864 at Resaca, Georgia by forces under Maj. Gen. Geo. H. Thomas and forwarded to Capt. S.E. Jones, Provost Marshal General, District of Kentucky at Louisville Ky and May 20, 1864. From the military prison at Louisville, he was sent to Alton Ill. on May 23, 1864. He arrived at Alton on May 25, 1864. On August 23, 1864, he was transferred to Camp Douglas arriving on August 24. John was discharged June 17, 1865 from Camp Douglas and is described on his oath of allegiance as being fair complexion, hazel eyes, brown hair, and 5'8' tall.

After the Civil War, Tate married Charlotte Ann Gable on October 10, 1867. Charlotte was the sister of John Jacob Gable a fellow Civil War veteran and also a member of Company A 41st Infantry. Tate’s primary occupation was as a farmer, but he also sold dry goods in Bowden and ran a blacksmith shop and garage at the corner of Commerce Street and Burson Avenue of that city. Tate was elected Mayor of Bowden in 1897.
Contact Name:  Edwin Williams
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Date Added:  1/17/2009
Company A
Thomas Jefferson Humphries - Private   
From Cowetta Co Ga. and was born 25 Jan 1843. He enlisted 4 march 1862 at Newnan,Ga. in Co A 41st Regiment Ga. Infantry and mustered into CSA Service on the 27th [ not clear where ] He was about 20. He has 9 cards in his archival file. CMR= Company Muster Roll find him absent without leave; However he is found and accounted for in Nov. 1862 in Montgomery Ala. He is captured with his unit at the fall of Vicksburg Miss on 4 July 1863 [note records show that at that time he was in Co D]. He is paroled and as most did he rejoined his unit. As the ranks were thinned the Regiments were reorganized. Next he is found in Co F 40th Battalion Ga Inf. His unit is surrendered at Greensboro NC 1 May 1865. At this time his unit is listed as Co F 40th Battalion Georgia Vols.
If you look in the 40th Ga. Inf Fold3 file you will find 2 cards.
Contact Name:  Jason Humphries
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Contact Homepage:  www.humphriesfamily.com
Date Added:  7/23/2012
Company A
Thomas R. Ligon - Private   
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Contact Name:  Mark Johnson
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Date Added:  9/26/2008
Company A
Isiah Lewis McCullough - Private   
Isiah Lewis McCullough (1845-1924)
Enlisted at 16 y.o. in March of 1862, served to close of war in 1865.
Contact Name:  James L Smith Jr.
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Date Added:  7/28/2013
Company A
Jesse Cyruss Rawls - 2nd Sergeant   
He was my 3xs Great Grandfather
Contact Name:  Jimmy E Dailey Jr.
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Date Added:  4/8/2012
Company A
William Colbert Simms - Private   
Born: 1835, Coweta County, Georgia
Died: 2 May 1862, Lauderdale, Mississippi
Married: Matilda D. N. Smith
Contact Name:  Ronnie Ranew
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  12/21/2011
Company A
Charlie C Venable - Private   
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Contact Name:  Darrell McGraw
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Contact Homepage:  mcgrawonline.us
Date Added:  6/11/2008
Company B
Enoch Milton Benson - Private   
He is my 3rd Great Grandfather.
He fought in the bloodiest part of the Battle of Perryville and died in battle October 8th 1862 successfully taking Union Gen Starkweathers gun battery. He and 600-900 Confederate lay in a mass graves or unmarked graves, near where they fell in battle, and forgotten. No mention of their loss or sacrifice. No plaques with their names to show our respect. I hope others find their relatives in the same situation and band together to remember these fine southern Heros!

1ST Lt. Cmdr. C.M. Clark
SCV Magruder-Ewell Camp 99

Contact Name:  Christopher Clark
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Contact Homepage:  http://www.fold3.com/page/641401014_enoch_milton_benson/
Date Added:  11/16/2014
Company B
Thomas A Bryan - Private   
Died 6 September 1864,Empire Hospital, Vineville (near Macon), GA CSA Hospital of wounds received during the Battle of Atlanta. Burial site unknown. VA Memorial marker placed in Dawson Cemetery, Cobb Co, GA.

Thomas Bryan taken prisoner of War at Vicksburg, MS, later exchanged and returned to duty.
Contact Name:  Judy McCleskey Webb
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Date Added:  8/13/2009
Company B
James Conn - Private   
Enlisted at Cobb County, Georgia, March 4, 1862. Missing at Perryville, Kentucky. October 8, 1862.
Contact Name:  J. Stephen Conn
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Contact Homepage:  www.freetobelieve.blogspot.com
Date Added:  4/24/2007
Company B
John Thomas Conn - Private   
Enlisted at Cobb County, Georgia, March 4, 1862. Captured at Perryville, Ky. October 8, 1862. Exchanged. Surrendered at Greensboro, N. C. April 26, 1865. (Born in Cobb County, Ga. September 30, 1843.)
Contact Name:  J. Stephen Conn
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Contact Homepage:  www.growinguppentecostal.com
Date Added:  4/24/2007
Company B
Wesley Conn - Private   
Enlisted at Cobb County, Georgia, August 15, 1863. Died of disease at home October 22, 1863.
Contact Name:  J. Stephen Conn
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Contact Homepage:  www.growinguppentecostal.com
Date Added:  4/24/2007
Company B
William Elisha Conn - Private   
Born Oct. 11, 1837, in Marietta, Georgia. Enlisted at Cobb County, Georgia, March 4, 1862. Died of fever in Atlanta, Georgia, April 26, 1862. William E. Conn was my Great Great Grandfather. He was 25 years old at the time of his death and left behind a wife, Sarah, and three small children, including a six month old son, John Thomas Zachary Conn, who was my Great Grandfather.
Contact Name:  J. Stephen Conn
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Contact Homepage:  www.growinguppentecostal.com
Date Added:  4/24/2007
Company B
Willis Wiley Curry - Private   
He was my GGG-grandfather and my grandfather was named after him 'Wiley' and Willis was a man he never knew or had heard of(I believe).

WILLIS W. CURREY, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Guntersville, native of Oglethorpe County, Ga., son of Willis and Esther (Waller) Currey, was born April 20,1833. He grew to manhood in the country and on his father's farm, and at the common schools acquired a liberal education.
At the age of twenty-one he began teaching, which he followed for two years. At the outbreak of the late war ( American Civil (1861-1865))he was farming: in 1802 he enlisted as a private in Company B. Forty-first Georgia In¬fantry, and with that command participated in the battles of Corinth, Mumfordsville and Perryville. At the latter place he was wounded, and soon afterward, at Harrisburg (Ky.) Hospital, fell into the hands of the enemy. Jn December fol¬lowing he was exchanged, and in March of 1803 rejoined his command at Yicksburg, and took part in the battles of Champion Hill, Black River, etc., and surrendered with Pemberton's army July 4. Being again exchanged, December 19 of that year he entered the army at Dalton, Ga., and participated in all the battles from Dal¬ton to Atlanta, except New Hope Church. He was also at Franklin and Nashville, Tenn., and, finally, at Bentonville, X. C., the last battle fought by General Johnson. After the surrender lie re¬turned to Georgia, and for some years gave his attention to teaching and farming alternately. In 1877, having lost the use of a leg as a result of the wound received at Perry ville, he was compelled to abandon farming entirely, and thereafter de¬voted his time to teaching.
In 1883 he came into Alabama, located in Marshall County, taught school until 1886, and in October of that year was elected Clerk of the Circuit Court. Since that date he has been a resident of Guntersville. Mr. Currey was married in November, 18.54, to Miss Jane Maddox, of Butts County, Ga., and has had born to him three children: William, Mary and Lottie. Mary is the wife of B. A. Fortson, and Lottie is the wife of Win. E. Groover. Mrs. Currey died in July, 1864, and in November, 1865, Mr. Currey was married to Miss Henrietta Crowel, daughter of Henry and Elizabeth (Caston) Crowel, of Georgia. To this union seven children have . been born: Lizzie, Mattie, Heary, Charlie, Nina, Nim and Nellie. The family are identified with the Methodist Episcopal Church.
Contact Name:  Rachel Fortson
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Date Added:  2/28/2013
Company B
Sterne Thomas Florence - Private   
Trying to get a flag for this unit,have found a old pic.of one but all the battles are not shown on it due to what was left of it,the names that are readable are Perryvill Ky,Jonesboro Ga. ,New Hope Church Ga. ,Vicksburg Miss. ,Murfresboro Tenn. ,There are 2 names missing.What are they?
Contact Name:  Johnny J Stevens Jr
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Date Added:  8/19/2013
Company B
Benjamin Wilson Griggs - Private   
Enlisted March 4, 1862 with brother William Green Griggs and uncle Robert Cleland Griggs. Surrendered at Vicksburg, Mississippi on July 4, 1863. Exchanged. Rejoined regiment in September, 1863. Captured on Nickajack Creek near Marietta, GA on July 4, 1864. POW at Camp Morton, Indiana until end of war.
Contact Name:  Weldon Michael Griggs
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Date Added:  7/2/2010
Company B
Robert Cleland Griggs - Private   
Enlisted March 4, 1862. Wounded at Perryville, Kentucky October 8, 1862. Surrendered at Vicksburg, Mississippi July 4, 1863. Exchanged. Surrendered at High Point, NC April 26, 1865.
Contact Name:  Weldon Michael Griggs
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  7/2/2010
Company B
William Green Griggs - Corporal   
Enlisted March 4, 1862. Surrendered at Vicksburg, Mississippi on July 4, 1863. Exchanged. Rejoined regiment in September, 1863. Captured on Nickajack Creek, near Marietta, GA on July 4, 1864. Sent to Camp Morton, Indiana as POW until end of war.
Contact Name:  Weldon Michael Griggs
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Date Added:  7/2/2010
Company B
George N. Lester - Captain   
George Nelson Lester (Co. B, 41st Georgia Infantry noted above)was my great-grandfather. Though I am actually the 4th person to have the name, I have always been known as George N. Lester 3rd.
Contact Name:  George N. Lester
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Date Added:  12/16/2006
Company B
David Sanford McCleskey - Captain   
Died in USA Gen Hospital#4, Chattanooga, TN, 1 Dec 1863 from wounds received in Battle of Missionary Ridge. Left on battle field as CSA troops retreated.

Burial site unknown. VA memorial marker placed in Dawson Cemtery, Cobb co, GA.
Contact Name:  Judy McCleskey Webb
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Date Added:  8/13/2009
Company B
David Sanford McCleskey - Captain   
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Contact Name:  Madeline Maynor
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Date Added:  9/1/2016
Company B
Thomas Jefferson Moon - Private   
1826-1889
Contact Name:  George Hill
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  4/15/2013
Company B
Pleasant Daniel Post - Private   
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Contact Name:  Michael D. Post
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Date Added:  12/22/2004
Company B
John A Richardson - Private   
Company B, 'Kennesaw Infantry', Barton and Stovall's Brigade,
1862 Corinth Campaign, 1862 Kentucky Campaign, 1863 Vicksburg Campaign, 1863 Chattanooga Campaign, 1864 Atlanta Campaign, 1864 Tennessee Campaign and 1865 Carolinas Campaign.
Contact Name:  H. David Richardson
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Date Added:  5/25/2008
Company B
William H Richardson - 1st Corporal   
Enlisted as a Private on 04 Mar 1862 at Marietta, GA. Later promoted to 2nd and 1st Corporal. Captured 16 May 1863 at Champion Hill, MS and exchanged on 04 Jul 1863. Wounded in right leg at Bentonville, NC, 19 Mar 1865. Hospitalized for the remainder of war and permanently disabled. Prior service in Co. I, 7th Georgia Infantry Regiment. Born 19 Feb 1841, Abbeville Co., SC. Died 02 Aug 1917, Cobb Co., GA. Interment at Holly Springs Cemetery, Marietta, GA.
Contact Name:  H. David Richardson
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Date Added:  7/3/2014
Company B
Joseph M Wagnon - Private   
We are tracing roots and this is most likely a relative.
Contact Name:  Susie
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Date Added:  2/14/2009
Company C
George Washington Baird - Private   
From Compiled Service Record at footnote.com:
George Washington Baird enlisted on 04 Mar 1862 at Camp McDonald [Big Shanty, Cobb County, Georgia] in Company C, 41st Regiment, Georgia Volunteers, commanded by Capt. George S. Avery. The Bounty Pay Roll card dated 29 Mar 1862 shows that he was paid $50.00 for re-enlisting. He died on 28 Apr 1862 in Lauderdale, Mississippi. He was the son of Rebecca (Baird) Draper Lewis according to an affidavit sworn by her in the effort to obtain any money due for GWB's service. She states he was the son of her first husband (not named).

GWB was born about 1845-46 according to the 1860 U.S. Federal Census for Georgia, Cobb County, Oregon District, Lost Mountain Post Office: Dwelling #767/Family #749, where is is found at age 14 in the home of John and Rebecca Lewis. Rebecca's first known husband was James Draper, whom she married in 1851. Rebecca (26) and George (5) are in the home of James (55) and Lucy (55) Bird [Baird] in the 1850 U.S. Federal Census for Georgia, Monroe County, Division 60, Dwelling #866/Family #866. Rebecca (Baird) Draper married John Lewis in 1856. The father of George Washington Baird is unknown at this time.
Contact Name:  Blanche M. Wallace
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Date Added:  1/18/2009
Company C
john t graves - Private   
wounded in battle of jonesboro august 31 1864. shot through left jaw, left shoulder, and left thigh. died in paulding county georgia 1904.buried at cross roads baptist church acworth georgia.
Contact Name:  keith graves
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Date Added:  6/18/2010
Company C
John T. Graves - Private   
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Contact Name:  Madeline Maynor
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Date Added:  9/4/2016
Company C
Baylis E McKinney - Private   
Born Pendleton District,SC 18 Aug 1842. Moved to Hall Co, Ga @ 1850. Enlisted early 1862. Died Battle of Perryville, Ky 08 Oct 1862. Gunshot wound to the head. Gravesite unknown. Brother of Giles C, Lewis B., and Joshua A McKinney, 27th Ga.
Contact Name:  Jay Cassady
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Date Added:  3/17/2017
Company C
Giles Chapman McKinney - Private   
Born 19 Jan 1837, Pendelton District, SC. Moved to Hall Co, Ga @ 1850. Enlisted early 1862. Present at the death of his brother, Baylis at the Battle of Pèrryville. Left sick after surrender of Vicksburg 04 July 1863. Died in a Union Hospital before 04 April 1864. Gravesite unknown.
Contact Name:  Jay Cassady
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Date Added:  3/17/2017
Company C
Lewis B McKinney - Private   
Born 19 Mar 1833, Pendelton District, SC. Enlisted early 1862. Present at the death of his brother Baylis at the Battle of Perryville. Captured Battle of Kennesaw Mountain 16 June 1864. Released Camp Douglas, Il, 16 May 1865. Died 1880, Ga. 4th Great Uncle. Brother of Pvt Joshua Anderson McKinney,Co D, 27th Ga Inf Regt.
Contact Name:  Jay Cassady
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Date Added:  3/17/2017
Company C
William H Verhine - Private   
I am trying to find out what battles my husbands great grandfather was in...
Contact Name:  Teresa Verhine
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Date Added:  2/20/2010
Company D
william Thomas Fomby - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Lamon H Benham
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Date Added:  3/16/2011
Company D
thomas leigh - Captain   

do you know which corps the 41st ga. was attached to?
Contact Name:  al potts
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Contact Homepage:  5points
Date Added:  11/19/2008
Company D
meredeth maynard - Private   
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Contact Name:  ron maynard
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Contact Homepage:  email
Date Added:  1/28/2014
Company D
William H. Osburn - Private   
Private William H. Osburn
Company D ''''Pinson Guards'''' (Coweta County)
41st Georgia Volunteer Infantry Regiment
Contact Name:  Matthew
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Date Added:  7/18/2002
Company E
Augustus F Griggs - Private   
Enlisted March 4, 1862. Believed to be related to William Griggs, Benjamin Griggs and Robert Griggs in Co. B, 41st Georgia, but exact relationship has not been confirmed. No further military details known on Augustus Griggs.
Contact Name:  Weldon Michael Griggs
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Date Added:  7/2/2010
Company E
John Reid Hall - Private   
41st Infantry Regiment was organized during the fall of 1861. Many of its members were recruited in Cobb, Troup, Taylor, and Heard counties. The unit moved to North Mississippi, sustained heavy casualties in Kentucky at Perryville, then returned to Mississippi. Here it was assigned to General Barton's Brigade in the Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana, fought in the battles around Vicksburg, and was captured on July 4, 1863. After being exchanged and assigned to General Stovall's Brigade, the 41st participated in the operations of the Army of Tennessee from Chattanooga to Nashville, and fought its last battle at Bentonville. It sustained 17 casualties at Chattanooga, contained 269 men and 218 arms in December, 1863, and totalled 197 effectives in November, 1864. Few surrendered on April 26, 1865. Its commanders were Colonels William E. Curtiss and Charles A. McDaniel, and Majors John Knight and Mark S. Nall.
Contact Name:  Donald Wilkerson
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Date Added:  3/15/2007
Company E
James J Thrash - Private   
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Contact Name:  Mark Johnson
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Date Added:  9/26/2008
Company F
Austin V. Corley - Corporal   
Killed at Perryville. 16 Yrs. old.
Contact Name:  Ron Gordon
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Date Added:  8/7/2010
Company F
Philetus T. Ligon - Private   
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Contact Name:  Mark Johnson
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Date Added:  9/26/2008
Company F
Christopher Columbus Thrash - Private   
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Contact Name:  Mark Johnson
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Date Added:  9/26/2008
Company F
Elmore Callaway Thrash - 2nd Lieutenant   
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Contact Name:  Mark Johnson
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Date Added:  9/26/2008
Company F
James Madison Wallace - Private   
James was 25 years old and from Lincoln County Georgia. He has 6 cards in his archival file. Enlisted in Jan. 1862 at Dalton, Georgia. James suffered from several medical problems and was hospitalized twice, once at Oliver Hospital at Lagrange Ga. and again at Marshall Hospital at Columbus Ga. He met a medical board and was diagnosed with Chronic Bronchitis and given a 30 day sick leave to Greenville, Meriwether Co. Ga. He and his unit were paroled at Lagrange,Ga. He died 17 Oct. 1933 at age 96 at Wetumpka, Elmore County Ala. James was the husband of my 2nd cousin 4 x removed. Martha Chapman 1849 - 1919.
Contact Name:  phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  3/19/2016
Company G
Abraham unknown Ballard - Private   
I would like to find the burial site for Abraham Ballard, who was reported to have died November 15, 1862 in Chattanooga, Tenn.
Contact Name:  Patricia Yates
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Date Added:  12/13/2008
Company G
John Wesley Grace - Private   
Pvt John Wesley Grace. Enlisted 4 March 1862 and killed 30 November 1864 at Franklin, TN. Related through Mary Jane Grace, his daughter.
Contact Name:  Edith Grace Sapp
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Date Added:  10/6/2008
Company G
John B. Long - Private   
Killed on 10-8-1862 at Perryville, KY
Contact Name:  Andrew Patterson
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Date Added:  10/23/2007
Company G
Thomas J. Long - Corporal   
Thomas J. Long, died at Ft. Butler, IL as POW. Memorial headstone in Little Vine Cemetery, Haralson Co. GA.
Contact Name:  Paul Witt
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Date Added:  9/7/2011
Company G
Lewis Walter Phillips - Private   
My great-grandfather was also a member of Co.A, 6th Georgia Cavalry.He was captured 2 times during the war, once at Vicksburg,Miss., and again at Newbourn,N.C. He spent the remainder of the war in a prison camp at Harts Island,N.J. Born in Georgia, after the war he settled in Big Stone Gap, Wise Country,Virginia. Spending most of his life as a farmer, he died on Feb. 11, 1933 in Wise County at the age of 97 years, 1 month, and 9 days old. He was the last surviving confederate soldier in Wise County.
Contact Name:  Jim Rogers
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Date Added:  10/18/2009
Company G
Levi Strickland - Private   
Enlisted 4 March 1862 in Company G, 41st GA Infantry. Survived the war, and died in Douglas County, GA in 1909. Levi and wife Serina 'Sis' are listed on death cert. as buried at Ephesus Baptist Church Cemetery in Douglas County, GA.
Contact Name:  Paul Witt
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Date Added:  12/17/2009
Company G
Jalah Henderson Williams - Private   
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Contact Name:  Windell Shirley
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Date Added:  7/15/2013
Company G
Stephen D. Williams - Private   
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Contact Name:  Hayden Jennings
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Date Added:  6/27/2004
Company H
Robert H Gamble - 1st Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Brian Gamble
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  4/16/2007
Company H
Andrew J. Landers - Private   
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Contact Name:  Michael Durfee
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  1/23/2006
Company H
harrison maynard - Private   
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Contact Name:  ron maynard
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Contact Homepage:  email
Date Added:  1/28/2014
Company H
Abner Nixon - Private   
Abner was my GG Grandfather. He was wounded in the foot at Perryville, Ky. requiring it's amputation (the front half of the foot) He returned home to Carrollton, Ga. and lived a fulfilled life after the war. I have more information for anybody interested.
Contact Name:  David Wright
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Date Added:  7/9/2009
Company H
Gabriel Smith - Private   
PVT Gabriel Smith lived in Carroll County, GA. He enlisted 29 Dec 1863 at Dalton Ga. He was enlisted by Lt Morris for 3 years, he made it through the war and returned to Carroll Co. GA and lived with his wife Martha. He mustered out on 26 April 1865 at Hillsboro, NC. In 1908, in Carroll County GA a Pension Application of Confederate Soldiers and widows was filed and denied 8 Nov 1908.
Contact Name:  Joe Brewer
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Date Added:  3/11/2011
Company I
John Henry Lawrence Gamble - Private   
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Contact Name:  Brian Gamble
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Date Added:  4/16/2007
Company I
Nathan G Gamble - Private   
DD at Vicksburg
Contact Name:  Brian Gamble
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  4/16/2007
Company I
Samuel Houston Gamble - Private   
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Contact Name:  Brian Gamble
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Date Added:  4/16/2007
Company I
Christopher Columbus Gill - Private   
Died 22 Dec 1893
Contact Name:  Jan
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Contact Homepage:  mammylvr@aol.com
Date Added:  8/31/2018
Company I
William Barron Thomasson - Captain   
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Contact Name:  Bryan Thomasson
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Date Added:  11/7/2008
Company K
John Alexander Cochran - Unknown   
Died 28 Apr 1862.Buried at Lauderdale Springs MS graveyard 29 Apr 1862
Contact Name:  Rick Delaney
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Date Added:  10/7/2009
Company K
Edward H. Hines - 1st Lieutenant   
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Contact Name:  James Allen Knechtmann
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Date Added:  3/29/2004
Company K
Green Rufus Joiner - Private   
Green was the second child and son born to Wells Joiner and Celia Ann Elizabeth Causey. He was born in Sumter Co. 17 Jan 1838. The family moved north to Campbell Co ca 1848. That is where he and his brothers enlisted 4 Mar 1862. He and his three brothers, John, Thomas, and Robert all fought together in Co K, the 41st. He was captured at Vicksburg, Miss. July 4, 1863, and paroled there July 6, 1863. Sent home on furlough due to illness. Green filed for a pension in Fulton Co., and died there ca 1911.
Contact Name:  Rhonda
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Date Added:  2/10/2011
Company K
John Causey Joiner - Private   
John was the third child and son born to Wells Joiner and Celia Ann Elizabeth Causey in 1840, Sumter Co. Ga. The family moved north to Campbell Co. ca 1848, where he and his three brothers, Green, Robert and Thomas all enlisted in Co K 41st on 4 Mar 1862. According to his obituary he fought under General Tige Anderson. After the war he married Sarah Elizabeth Moseley and they had five children. After the war John became a mason, and then joined the police force where he eventually became Captain. He died in Atlanta in 1927.
Contact Name:  Rhonda
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Date Added:  2/10/2011
Company K
Robert Lawson Joiner - Private   
Robert was the 5th child and son of Wells Joiner and Celia Ann Elizabeth Causey. He was born in 1844 in Sumter Co. Ga. In 1848 the family moved to Campbell Co. and that is where he and his three brothers, Green, John, and Thomas enlisted in Co K 41st, on 4 Mar 1862. He was captured at Vicksburg 4 Jul 1863, paroled there July 16, 1863, and died there of disease. He is probably buried there in an unmarked grave.
Contact Name:  Rhonda
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Date Added:  2/10/2011
Company K
Thomas Eli Jefferson Joiner - Private   
Thomas Eli Jefferson was the fourth son of Wells Joiner and Celia Ann Elizabeth Causey. He was born in 1842 in Sumter Co. Ga., and his family moved up to Campbell Co. in 1848. It was there in Campbell Co. that he and his three brothers, Green, Robert, and John enlisted in Co K 41st, 4 Mar 1862. He and his brothers were captured at Vicksburg, Miss. After the war he went back down to Sumter Co. where in the 1870 census he is listed as 28 and in the dry goods business. In the 1900 Sumter Co. census Thomas is listed with wife, Annie, son Thomas E. J. Jr born Nov 1882, daughter, Emma M. Bagley, and granddaughter, Elizabeth J. Bagley. Thomas died in Americus in 1911.
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