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Cherokee Legion      
Company Unknown
Joshua Ellis - Private   
Captured at Cumberland Gap Tenn., paroled from Rock Island POW camp at war's end.
Contact Name:  Lee Blount
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Date Added:  8/16/2006
Company Unknown
Jacob Morgan - Private   
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Contact Name:  Stanley
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Date Added:  8/7/2010
Company Unknown
Mark Roberts - Unknown   
Captured Oct 19, 1864 at Ceder Creek. Died a prisoner of war.
Contact Name:  Steve Thomas
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Date Added:  5/10/2014
Company A
bryant c crews - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  shawn smicker
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Date Added:  7/8/2010
Company A
Bryant Crews - Private   
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Contact Name:  Dillan Lee
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Contact Homepage:  www.facebook.com/leedillan
Date Added:  5/1/2012
Company A
Ryan Friar Minshew - Lieutenant   
Ryan Frier Minchew enlisted with the Satilla Rangers from Pierce County, Georgia, in 1862. The unit was sent to Virginia in that year but missed the Battle of the Seven Days. Minchew was promoted to Lieutenant and was killed at the Battle of Cedar Creek, Virginia.
Contact Name:  Lyn OBerry
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Date Added:  6/28/2008
Company A
Robert Gideon OBerry - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Lyn
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Date Added:  9/4/2007
Company A
James A Waters - 1st Lieutenant   
Enlisted as a Lieutenant 1st Class on March 22, 1862 at the age of 36. Commission in Co. A ,50th Infantry Regiment on March 22,1862. Promoted to Full Captain on December 31,1862. Resigned on May 26,1863. Promoted to Full Lieutenant 1st Class on July 15, 1863.Commission in Co A, 50th Inf. Reg. on July 15,1863. Absent without leave on February 15, 1865 (No further record)
Contact Name:  George Norris
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Date Added:  1/27/2007
Company A
James Frederick Waters - Private   
Enlisted as a Private on 2 May 1862. Enlisted in Co A, 50th Inf.Reg. Sent to hospital 7 May 1863. (No further record)
Contact Name:  George Norris
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Date Added:  1/27/2007
Company A
Washington Wayne Waters - Private   
Washington joined as a Private on 2 May 1862 at the age of 18. He enlisted in Co A, of the 50th GA Infantry Regiment. The 'Satilla Rangers'He was taken prisoner at Cedar Creek, Va on 19 October 1864. He was paroled on 13 February 1865 at Point Lookout, Maryland. Transferred on 13 February 1865 from Point Lookout to Boulware and Cox Landing,James River VA for exchange. Received at Boulware and Cox Landing on the 14 or 15 of February 1865. He returned home, farmed and died in Bickley Community on February 17, 1917. He is buried in Bagley Cemetery, Ware County, Georgia.
Contact Name:  George Norris
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Date Added:  1/27/2007
Company B
Hillery W. Cason - 1st Lieutenant   
Lt. Hillery W. Cason was my Great-Grandfather.
Contact Name:  Donald C. Bailey
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Date Added:  2/23/2012
Company B
John Deen - Private   
Enlisted 3/22/1862 into Co.'B' and transferred to Co.'A' on 3/25/1862. He died 4/25/1862 at Macon, Ga.
Contact Name:  Randy Peacock
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Date Added:  11/14/2005
Company B
Alexander G Jeffords - Sergeant   
Died July 4th, 1862
Contact Name:  Daniel Jeffords
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Date Added:  4/7/2010
Company B
Daniel J Jeffords - Lieutenant   
Died April 21, 1863, Hospital#10 Richmond, VA. Buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, VA
Contact Name:  Daniel Jeffords
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Date Added:  4/7/2010
Company B
Jeremiah M Jeffords - Private   
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Contact Name:  Daniel Jeffords
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Date Added:  4/7/2010
Company B
Robert Perry Rowland - Unknown   
Robert Perry Rowland was born in 1831 in Charlton County, Georgia. He married Amy E Miller in 1859 in Ware County, Georgia. They had one child during their marriage. He enlisted on 12 May 1862 into the 50th GA Inf Reg Co. B. He died in a Richmond, VA Hospital on June 19, 1864, at the age of 33.
Contact Name:  Wesley James
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Date Added:  2/25/2017
Company B
John Thrift - Private   
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Contact Name:  Cecil Thrift
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Date Added:  8/14/2011
Company C
Arthur Davis - Private   
He enlisted 3/22/1862 into Co. 'C' and died 8/28/1863 at the Receiving / Wayside Hosp. in Richmond, Va.
Contact Name:  Randy Peacock
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Date Added:  11/13/2005
Company C
Mark Davis - Private   
Enlisted 9/5/1862 into Co. 'C' with his brother Simon. He died 6/18/1863 at General Hosp. #19 in Richmond, Va. from wounds suffered during battle and was buried there.
Contact Name:  Randy Peacock
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Date Added:  11/13/2005
Company C
Simon Davis - Private   
Enlisted 9/5/1862 into Co. 'C' with his brother Mark. He died in action 12/14/1862 at Fredricksburg, Va.
Contact Name:  Randy Peacock
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Date Added:  11/13/2005
Company C
Moses Harper - Private   
Enlisted August 28, 1862 at Calhoun, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  11/29/2008
Company C
Philemon (Light) R. Harper - Private   
Enlisted on 29 Aug 1862 at Calhoun, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  12/3/2008
Company C
Bryant William Hays - Private   
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Contact Name:  S. Selmer
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Date Added:  1/7/2008
Company C
Harrison Kirkland - Private   
Enlisted 3 May 1862.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  9/27/2009
Company C
Harrison J. Kirkland - Private   
Enlisted on 5/3/1862 into Co.'C' and died 9/5/1862, not stated.
Contact Name:  Randy Peacock
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Date Added:  11/13/2005
Company C
Richard Gaines Kirkland - Private   
Enlisted on 5/3/1862 into Co.'C' and was listed sick in a hospital 2/1/1863.
Contact Name:  Randy Peacock
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Date Added:  11/13/2005
Company C
Timothy Kirkland - 2nd Lieutenant   
Enlisted 3/2/1862 into Co. 'C' as a private and was promoted to 2nd Lt.; he was killed 5/6/1864 in battle.
Contact Name:  Randy Peacock
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Date Added:  11/13/2005
Company C
Zenus W. Kirkland - Private   
Enlisted 3/2/1862 into Co.'C', wounded in right leg 9/14/1862 at Crampton's Gap, MD. taken POW and confined to Pt. Lookout Prison, MD. Released 1/15/1863 and furloughed to hosp. in Petersburg for 40days with wound complications. He was furloughed home at the end of the war.
Contact Name:  Randy Peacock
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Date Added:  11/13/2005
Company C
Zenus Kirkland - Private   
Enlisted 4 Mar 1862 in Douglas, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  9/27/2009
Company C
Benjamin Wade Nettles - Private   
Ben enlisted with his brothers, Samuel Perry and Nathaniel Alexander Nettles. He was mustered out on account of being underage (he was 15). Both of his brothers were also in Company C.
Contact Name:  Paul M. Hendricks, MD
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Date Added:  12/3/2012
Company C
Eli W Ogden - Private   
From Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System Search Results. Also, CSA Georgia Records, Volume 5, pg. 309. Died in General Hospital #7 in Richmond, VA, on November 9, 1862. May have participated in the Battle of Antietam (9/62).
Contact Name:  Glenn Ogden
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Date Added:  6/1/2009
Company C
John Rewis - Private   
This is my Great-Great Grandfather. He was in the Coffee County Guards. He died from his mortal wounds he got at the Battle of Chansellorville on May 10, 1863.
Contact Name:  Michael Davis
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Date Added:  10/21/2009
Company C
Alfred A. Smith - Captain   
Alfred A Smith ,
Coffee County, Georgia
22 March 1862
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE Confederacy
State Served: Georgia
Unit Numbers: 402
Service Record: Enlisted as a Lieutenant 1st Class on 22 March 1862 at the age of 41
Commission in Company C, 50th Infantry Regiment Georgia on 22 March 1862.
Promoted to Full Captain on 21 December 1863
POW on 19 October 1864 at Cedar Creek, VA
Released on 17 June 1865 at Fort Delaware, DE
Contact Name:  John S. Myers
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Date Added:  8/7/2013
Company C
Jasper J. Taft - Private   
Enlisted on 4 Mar 1862 at Savannah,GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  12/20/2008
Company D
Hezekiah Brown - Private   
This is my GG grandfather. Killed at Crampton's Gap, September 14, 1862. I have not been able to find any further information about him. Looking for the names of his parents.
Contact Name:  Valerie Brown Sawyer
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Date Added:  6/12/2011
Company D
George Washington Chitty - Sergeant   
Sgt. George W. Chitty was my GG Grandfather. Chitty joined the Valdosta Guards (Co. D) in March 1862. He was wounded at the Battle of Chancellorsville, and later promoted to 1st Sgt. in February 1864. Chitty was wounded at Petersburg on June 19, 1864, and spent the remainder of the war at home on wounded furlough. He died in 1910, and is buried at Sardis Church Cemetery, Echols County, GA.
Contact Name:  James W. Parrish
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Date Added:  9/7/2010
Company D
Stephen B. Chitty - Private   
My maternal gg granduncle (b 1843). Enlisted at age 18 as a Private in the Valdosta Guards on March 4, 1862. Company was officially designated as Co D, 50th Georgia Infantry Regiment, on March 22, 1862. He contracted a disease (probably measles) while in camp near Savannah and died in a Savannah hospital on June 20, 1862. Was the younger brother of Georgia Washington Chitty.
Contact Name:  James W. Parrish
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Date Added:  1/30/2013
Company D
George Washington Fowler - Private   
Name: George W Fowler
Residence: Hall County, Georgia
Age at enlistment: 22
Enlistment Date: 5 Aug 1862
Rank at enlistment: Private
State Served: Georgia
Survived the War?: Yes
Service Record: Enlisted in Company D, Georgia 56th Infantry Regiment on 15 May 1862.
Mustered out on 26 Apr 1865 at Greensboro, NC.
Birth Date: abt 1840
Sources: Roster of Confederate Soldiers of Georgia 1861-1865
Contact Name:  John H Lawson
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Date Added:  12/18/2010
Company D
James Thomas Hughes - Private   
My GGGrandfather
Contact Name:  Milton A McGrath
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Date Added:  1/2/2011
Company D
Jesse Carter Knight - Private   
This soldier died in the Chimborazo Hospital in Richmond, VA 17 Dec, 1862 and was most likely buried in the Oakwood Cemetery.
Contact Name:  Tom Johnson
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Date Added:  5/30/2013
Company D
Neil Peterson - Private   
According to selected Records of War Dept. Relating to Confederate Prisoners of War 1861-1865,Neil Peterson was released June 16, 1865 from a Union Prison up north. He was captured February 1865 while seeking food for his unit. Stories told by my dad told to him by his father, Neil's son, were that Neil was in camp when Stonewall Jackson died. Neil also told his children when they complained of being hungry they had no idea what it was like to be hungry. After his release, he walked barefooted to join his brother in East Texas where they both settled and died.
Contact Name:  Deborah Peterson Spruill
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Date Added:  3/10/2017
Company D
Oliver Washington Selman - Private   
My GGGGrandfather left SC and enlisted as a Private on 22 March 1862 at the age of 31. Killed on 29 Nov. 1863 at the 'Seige of Knoxville' in Knoxville, TN. from gunshot wound to head.
Contact Name:  chris selman
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Date Added:  7/22/2011
Company D
Jesse Wetherington - Private   
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Contact Name:  Chad
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Date Added:  2/27/2012
Company E
Jasper N. Davis - Private   
Died 24 Dec 1862 at General Hospital #14 Richmond VA.
Contact Name:  Reed Davis
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Date Added:  6/20/2011
Company E
John W. Davis - Private   
Wounded at Antietam. Died from wounds 3 OCT 1862 Jordan Springs,VA. Hospital.
Contact Name:  Reed Davis
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Date Added:  6/20/2011
Company E
Charles Thomas Gandy - Private   
Thomas Was 20 years old when he joined Co E 50th Georgia Infantry on 31 July 1862. Known as the 'Thomas County Rangers' in Thomas County Georgia. He was recently married. He was badly wounded in the Battle of Chancellorsville and had his left arm amputated. He was discharged 12 Jan 1864. He returned to Thomasville,Thomas County Ga. and became a productive member of his town. He died 3 May 1919.
Contact Name:  phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  3/3/2016
Company E
Francis Marion Gandy - Sergeant   
Francis was about 27 when he enlisted at Fort Brown, Savannah, Georgia on 15 May 1862. He has 18 cards in his archival file. He was born in Thomas Co. Georgia. He endured the entire war and was wounded twice. Gunshot wound at Sharpsburg [aka] Antietam and again at Richmond, 0n 31 Oct. 1864, shot in the left shoulder. He recovered again and returned to his unit which was captured 13 April 1865. Six of his family served in this company.
Contact Name:  phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  2/28/2016
Company E
Jarrett Irwin Gandy - 2nd Corporal   
Jarrett was 23 when he and several brothers joined Co E 50th Regiment Georgia Infantry. [ Thomas County Rangers]at Thomasville, Thomas County Ga. Mustered in at Camp Brown, Savannah Ga. Regiment sent north to Virginia where he and his unit were engaged in many battles. He fought at Gettysburg and was wounded. He survived Typhoid Fever. He was appointed the rank of 2nd Corporal in Feb. 1864. His unit was captured at Farmville, Virginia on 6 April 1865 and sent to City Point. He died 25 Oct. 1922
Contact Name:  phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  2/29/2016
Company E
John Madison Gandy - Private   
John was 20 years old when he joined with his brothers. Enlisting at Thomasville,Thomas County Georgia and mustering in at Savannah. Known as the [Thomas County Rangers] His unit was sent north to Va. He was wounded in the battle of Sharpsburg, Maryland [aka] Antietam. So severe were his wounds that he was discharged as disabled.
Contact Name:  phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  2/29/2016
Company E
Nasworth W Gandy - Private   
Nasworth was 18 years old when he joined Co E 50th Georgia Infantry on 13 August 1862 at Thomasville, Thomas county Georgia. On 1 Sept he is attached to the Hospital. He has several bouts of bad health. On 26 August he is in Bryant's Brigade. He is sick and is sent home on a 30 day furlough. He is eventually captured as he has a POW card. We do not have a death date for him and we are not sure if he made it home.
Contact Name:  phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  3/1/2016
Company E
William Henry Harrison Gandy - Private   
William was 22 years old when he and several of his brothers joined Co E 50th Regiment Georgia Infantry on 15 May 1862 at Savannah, Chatham Georgia. Known as the 'Thomas County Rangers' His unit was sent to Virginia. He was engaged in the battle of Gettysburg, Wounded there and endured the retreat. He died on 20 July 1863 at Richmond Virginia from his wounds. He was 23 years old. He was my 2nd cousin 4x removed.
Contact Name:  phillip Thomas
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Date Added:  2/29/2016
Company E
William Lewis Sellers - Private   
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Contact Name:  William H. Sellers
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Date Added:  11/28/2012
Company F
Littleberry Alday - Private   
his 4th great granddaughter.
Contact Name:  Aimee Gilmore
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Date Added:  2/5/2011
Company F
John H Boyett - Private   
John was killed in the Battle of Cedar Creek, VA.
Contact Name:  Joe Butler
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Date Added:  7/23/2011
Company F
William T Boyett - 4th Corporal   
William is my Great, Great Grandfather. He was wounded on July 2, 1863 in the Wheatfield at the Battle of Gettysburg. He had his four fingers on his right hand removed and part of the hand, leaving his thumb. (After the war, he farmed the land and plowed with his mule.) He was taken as a POW and send to NY. When he was released he joined the Corp of wounded soldiers to defend his home in Bainbridge GA. He was paroled in 1865. He died in 1908 and was receiving a pension. He is buried in Bainbridge, GA.
Contact Name:  Joe Butler
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Date Added:  7/23/2011
Company F
Isaiah Iverson Brunson - Private   
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Contact Name:  Dan McAfee
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Date Added:  6/21/2007
Company F
Daniel L Bryant - Private   
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Contact Name:  William Ballinger
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Date Added:  4/22/2014
Company F
Joseph William Sebastian Harper - Private   
Captured by the Union midway point of the war and was P.O.W. imprisoned at Elmira, N.Y. and released in March of 1865. Died in 1877 in Live Oak, Florida from complications of Typhoid and Pneumonia which he had in Elmira prison during the war. He was my Gr-Gr-Great Grandfather.
Contact Name:  Rick Davis
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Date Added:  1/8/2008
Company F
Stephen Edward Maloy - 4th Sergeant   
Stephen Edward Maloy was born in 1827 and enlisted in the 50th in March of 1862. He was captured (three days before the surrender) at Farmville, VA on April 6th 1865 during Lee's retreat to find additional supplies. Transported to and arrived at City Point, VA April 15th. Held as a prisoner of war at Point Lookout, MD and released on June 29th 1865. He passed away in 1906 in his home state of Georgia. My GGGrandfather.
Contact Name:  Hank Maloy Ferri
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Date Added:  1/17/2008
Company F
Joseph Rawls - Private   
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Contact Name:  Carolyn H. Chason
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Date Added:  2/12/2009
Company F
Isaac A Rich - Private   
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Contact Name:  Thomas
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Date Added:  6/8/2011
Company G
Archibald C Bass - Private   
According to his pension files he was wounded at 2nd Manasas,
the Wilderness and wounded and captured at Cedar Creek, and exchanged in March 1865. Moved to Florida by end of 1865.
Contact Name:  Brian Bass
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Date Added:  7/17/2008
Company G
John A. Brady - Private   
Enlisted March 4,1862 at Homerville, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  12/5/2008
Company G
Manning Corbitt - Private   
Captured at Fox's Gap South Mountain Sept 14, 1862. Died a prisoner of war.
Contact Name:  Steve Thomas
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Date Added:  5/10/2014
Company G
Martin S Corbitt - 3rd Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Steve Thomas
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Date Added:  3/23/2014
Company G
William Brinkley Corbitt - 1st Sergeant   
Died of disease 1863.
Contact Name:  Steve Thomas
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Date Added:  5/10/2014
Company G
Charles Witte Curry - 2nd Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  George Matthews
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Date Added:  5/29/2015
Company G
Daniel D. Davis - Private   
Enlisted 3/22/1862 as a private.
Contact Name:  Randy Peacock
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Date Added:  11/13/2005
Company G
Jacob B. Minshew - Private   
My great-great grandfather. Wounded on 2 JUL 1863, at Gettysburg. Leg amputated and taken prisoner. Medically retired into the Invalid Corps, PACS on 27 OCT 1864.
Contact Name:  Almyr L. Bump
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Date Added:  10/22/2010
Company G
Isham Roberts - 4th Corporal   
Isham Roberts is my GGG Grandfather. He enlisted as a Private on 22 March 1862 at the age of 24.Promoted to Full 4th Corporal (Estimated day of Promo) on 15 Feb 1864. He was captured on October 19, 1864 at the battle of Cedar Creek, and was sent to Point Lookout Prison in Maryland where he was paroled on June 17, 1865.
Contact Name:  Steve Thomas
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Date Added:  8/18/2007
Company G
John Roberts - Private   
Killed September 14, 1862 at Fox's Gap Battle of South Mountain.
Contact Name:  Steve Thomas
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Date Added:  5/10/2014
Company G
Moses Roberts - Private   
Wounded September 14, 1862 at battle of Fox's gap South Mountain. Died a month later from wounds
Contact Name:  Steve Thomas
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Date Added:  5/10/2014
Company G
William T Roberts - Lieutenant   
Died of disease May 14, 1864.
Contact Name:  Steve Thomas
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Date Added:  5/10/2014
Company G
Quarterman Baker Staten - Captain   
Quarterman B. Staten is my GG Grandfather. He joined the Clinch Volunteers (Co. G) as 1st Lt. in March 1862. He was elected Captain after the Battle of Fox's Gap, later resigned his commission due to illness, and was subsequently re-elected Captain after the Battle of Gettysburg. He served until being wounded while leading his company at the Battle of Cedar Creek on October 19, 1864. Quarterman Staten died in 1872, and is buried at Union Church Cemetery, Lanier County, GA.
Contact Name:  James W. Parrish
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Date Added:  9/7/2010
Company G
Harris Tomlinson - Private   
My great great grandfather....
Contact Name:  Dianne Sullivan
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Date Added:  5/9/2013
Company H
John A. Alderman - Private   
He was wounded in the left arm which resulted in partial paralysis at Fredericksburg, Virginia. He survived the war and is buried in Sardis Primitive Baptist Church cememetery, Berlin, Ga.
Contact Name:  Patricia Crosby Leonard
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Date Added:  5/24/2011
Company H
Mitchell James Alderman - Private   
He was wounded through his right shoulder at Gettysburg on July 2, 1863.
Contact Name:  Patricia Crosby Leonard
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Date Added:  5/24/2011
Company H
Wilson L Alger - Private   
Wilson L. Alger died at home after he was granted a medical furlough. He died on 1 Sept 1863. His wife was Mary. His daughter was Mary Elizabeth Alger Flowers.
Contact Name:  Dawn Holder
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Date Added:  3/14/2009
Company H
John Little Bowen - Private   
Bowen, John L. ~ Captured at Gettysburg, PA, July 3, 1863.
Sent to Yankee prison camp in Delaware.

50th Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Company H
Army of Northern Virginia, CSA
Colquitt County, Georgia
Also known as the Colquitt Marksmen or Colquitt Volunteers
Contact Name:  Sean Collins
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Date Added:  4/10/2009
Company H
john little bowen - Private   
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Contact Name:  Anna Keen Newton
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Date Added:  8/6/2011
Company H
Calvin Bryant - 2nd Corporal   
Calvin Bryant
Residence: Colquitt County, Georgia
Enlistment Date: 22 March 1862
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED
State Served: Georgia
Unit Numbers: 402
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 22 March 1862 at the age of 29 Enlisted in Company H, 50th Infantry Regiment Georgia on 22 March 1862. Promoted to Full Corporal 2nd Class on 15 April 1864 (Estimated day of Promo) POW on 12 May 1864 at Spotsylvania Court House, VA Released on 14 March 1865 at Point Lookout, MD

U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles
about Calvin Bryant 2
Name: Calvin Bryant 2
Residence: Colquitt County, Georgia
Age at Enlistment: 29
Enlistment Date: 22 Mar 1862
Rank at enlistment: Private
State Served: Georgia
Survived the War?: Yes
Service Record: Enlisted in Company H, Georgia 50th Infantry Regiment on 22 Mar 1862.
Promoted to Full 2nd Corporal on 15 Apr 1864.
Birth Date: abt 1833
Death Place: Clinch County, GA
Sources: Roster of Confederate Soldiers of Georgia 1861-1865

U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles
about Calvin Bryant 1
Name: Calvin Bryant 1
Residence: Colquitt County, Georgia
Age at Enlistment: 28
Enlistment Date: 22 Mar 1862
Rank at enlistment: Private
State Served: Georgia
Survived the War?: No
Service Record: Promoted to Full 4th Sergeant on 15 Jun 1862.
Enlisted in Company H, Georgia 50th Infantry Regiment on 22 Mar 1862.
Mustered out on 14 Sep 1862 at Crampton's Gap, MD.
Birth Date: abt 1834
Sources: Roster of Confederate Soldiers of Georgia 1861-1865

Awarded the Iron Cross which is at the foot of his gravesite. Also awarded to other distinquished medals. JUST BESIDE CALVIN BRYANT IN PLEASANT HILL CEMETERY [outside the community of Berlin in Colquitt Co. GA, is the gravesite of Martha A. Giles, Calvin's wife. Although the Pleasant Hill Cemetery records do not document it as so; only family members who have spoken of the funeral and attended remember her being buried there. Martha A. Giles gravesite was proven and as a Bryant family historian, Lorene knew how important it was to purchase and have a tombstone for the grandmother. Lorene BRYANT Epps - Purchased and paid for a gravestone for Martha A. GILES Bryant and it has been placed in Pleasant Hill Cemetery beside her husband Calvin Bryant and between both Calvin and John [Calvin's brother]. Lanette and the entire Bryant family is thankful because now all future generations will know where this grandmother was buried. Many thanks to Lorene for honoring this grandmother and placing a headstone at the gravesite. BRYANT, Calvin - Private, March 4, 1862. 2d Corporal, April 1864. 50th Reg., Ga Volunteer Infan., Army of North Virginia, CSA, Colquit Co., Ga. Colquitt Marksmen or Colquitt Volunteers; Company H. Spotsylvania, VA., 5-12-1864. Released at Point Lookout, MD. March 14, 1865. (Born in Bulloch County, Ga., Sept. 1, 1833). Died in Clinch County, Ga. in 1915.)
Note: There is a date difference on his birth. The Tombstone reads differently.

His brother 'Hopping' John Bryant also served at the same time in the Confederate War.

BATTLES CALVIN BRYANT and his brother 'HOPPING' JOHN BRYANT FOUGHT IN!
Georgia 50th Infantry Regiment

Organized: Organized at Camp Davis, near Savannah, on March 22, 1862. Most of the regiment was captured at Sayler's Creek on April 6, 1865. Surrendered at Appomattox Court House, Virgnia on April 9, 1865.
First Commander: William R. Manning (Colonel)
Field Officers: Duncan Curry (Major)
William O. Fleming (Major, Lieutenant Colonel)
Francis Kearse (Lieutenant Colonel)
Peter A. S. McGlashan ( Colonel)
Philip C. Pendleton (Major)
Pliny Sheffield (Major, Lieutenant Colonel)
John M. Spence (Major)
Assignments:
Mercer's Brigade Military District Of Georgia, Dept. of S. Carolina, Georgia, and Florida (April-June 1862)
Military District of Georgia, Department of S. Carolina, Georgia, and Florida (June-July 1862)
Drayton's Brigade, Drayton's Division, lst Corps, Army of N. Virginia (July 1862)
Drayton's Brigade, D. R. Jones' Division, lst Corps, Army of N. Virginia, (August-October 1862)
Drayton's Brigade, McLaws' Division, lst Corps, Army of N. Virginia (Oct-Nov. 1862)
Semmes'-Bryan Brigade,McLaws' Div., lst Corps, Army of N. Virginia (Nov 1862-Sept 1863)
Bryan's Brigade, McLaws' Division, Longstreet's Corps., Army of Tennessee (Sept-Nov 1863)
Bryan's Brigade,McLaws -Kershaw Div., Dept of E. Tennessee (Nov 1863-April 1864)
Bryan's Brigade, Kershaw's Div. lst Corps,. Army of N. Virginia (April-Aug 1864)
Bryan's-Simms, Brigade, Kershaw Div. Valley District, Dept of N. Virginia, (Aug-Oct 1864)
Simms' Brigade, KErshaw's Div lst Corps, Army of N. Virginia (Nov.-1864-April 1865)
Battles:
Confederates Killed, Wounded & Missing
2nd Bull Run (August 28-30, 1862) 3,700
South Mountain (September 14, 1862) 4,373
Fredericksburg (December 13,1862) 4,576
Chancellorsville (May 1-4,1863) 12,281
Gettysburg (July 1-3 1863) 31,621
Chickamauga (not engaged) Sept. 19-20-1863 17,804
Chattanooga Siege (Sept.=Nov. 1863) 8,684
Knoxville Siege (Nov-Dece. 1863) no numbers given
CAPTURED - The Wilderness (May 5-6, 1864) 11,400
CAPTURED - Spotsylvania Court House (May 8-21, 1864) 9,000
CAPTURED - North Anna (May 23-26, 1864) 2,000
CAPTURED - Cold Harbor 9June 1-3, 1864) 1,700
CAPTURED - Petersburg Siege (June 1864-April 1865) no numbers given
Sayler's Creek (April 6, 1865) 7,000
Bentonville, N.C. - 2,825
Appomattox Court House (April 9, 1865)


On September 19, 1863 - THE BATTLE OF CHICKAMAUGA, Union and Confederate soldiers met at Chickamauga Creek in Tennessee. After a brief period of fighting, the Union forces retreated to Chattanooga, and the Confederacy maintained control of the battlefield.

On November 23-25, 1863, THE BATTLE OF CHATTANOOGA, Union forces pushed Confederate troops away from Chattanooga. The victory set the stage for General Sherman's Atlanta Campaign.

Between September - November 1863; After Rosecrans's debacle at Chickamauga, Confederate General Braxton Bragg's army occupied the mountains that ring the vital railroad center of Chattanooga. Grant, brought in to save the situation, steadily built up offensive strength, and on November 23-25 burst the blockage in a series of briliantly executed attacks. There are photographs that were taken a year later that include scenes on Lookout Mountain, stormed by Hooker on November 24, 1863.

Between November - December 1863, THE SIEGE OF KNOXVILLE, The difficult strategic situation of the federal armies after Chickamauga enabled Bragg to detach a force under Longstreet to drive Burnside out of eastern Tennessee. Burnside south refuge in Knoxville, which he successfully defended from Confederate assaults.

AS STATED ABOVE IN THE CONFEDERATE RECORDS OF SOLDIERS IN GEORGIA, May, 1864, THE BATTLE OF SPOTSYLVANIA. General Grant continued to attack LEE. At Spottsylvania Court House, he fought for five days, vowing to fight all summer if necessary.

NOTE: This battle at Spottsylvania is where both Calvin Bryant and 'Hopping' John Bryant were captured and then Calvin Bryant was released at Point Lookout, Md, March 14, 1865. 'Hopping' John Bryant got wounded in left side at Bean Station, Tennessee, December 10, 1863. Captured at Harper's Farm, Va. on April 6, 1865, and released at Lookout Point, Md. Hopping John Bryant received promotion to 2nd Corporal April 1864, then he was captured at Spottsylvania, Va. 5-12-1864; where he was once again released at Point Lookout, Va. June 24, 1865.

There was a period when these brothers didn't fight together. Both were hero's and fought under General Lee, of the Confederate War. The Civil War ended June 1865 - Final Surrenders among Remaining Confederates Troops. Remaining confederate Troops were defeated between the end of April and the end of May. Jefferson Davis was captured in Georgia on May 10, 1865.

Calvin's Confederate Records indicate:

April 13, 1862 - he was sent to hospital in Macon, Ga.
September 23, 1862 - he was sent to Winchester Hospital.
Feb. 20, 1863 - he was sent to Richmond Hospital in Virginia.

Three different Captured dates: May 6, 1864
May 7, 1864 at the Wilderness Va. Battle.
and this posting of May 12, 1864 at the Battle of Spottsylvania

He was sent to Point Lookout, MD prison and exchanged March 4, 1865 -
just think, his brother John was captured the following month and sent to the same prison his brother had been in.

The last two entries probably mean he did not surrender at Appomattox, Va - therefore, for him to be formally paroled - most of the solders who didn't surrender at Appomattox, went to Thomasville, on their own, to be officially paroled.

THE CIVIL WAR WAS OVER - CALVIN BRYANT AND BROTHER JOHN [Hopping John] BRYANT lived to make it back home to Colquitt Co. Georgia.

FOUND Calvin Bryant listed on 1867 -1868 Returns of Qualified Voters & Registration Oath Books, by White. 23:1 and 37:16, stored at State of Georgia Archives & History in Atlanta, Ga.

In the 1902 Moultrie Observer Newspaper of Georgia; lists Calvin Bryant and John Bryant as surviving Confederate Soldiers - Veterans.

1910 Census of Autreyville District, Colquitt Co. Georgia: has Calvin Bryant and wife Martha were living by themselves. It has James W. Bryant [son] in his own home with wife and only one daughter-Mary age 2 yrs. It also has John Henry Hitch Bryant listed with his family. Wife Martha; son Frank, Daughter Ollie; Son- Ivey John Bryant; Daughter Susie; and Daughter Florence in this census.

Calvin later died in the year 1915; only living thirteen years after the Civil War. He entered the Civil War when he was approximately 33 years old. Calvin died at age 83 years.

Calvin Bryant was listed as 76 years old in the 1910 Census of Colquitt Co. Georgia Autreyville area; but he really was 76 years old.. His wife was listed as Martha who was 70 years old and her age was correct. It states that Calvins father was born in North Carolina. Mother born Georgia, but the census is not correct on this because in earlier census records it shows Calvin's mother born in North Carolina with Nancy herself..

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Company H
Joseph Castleberry - Private   
Pvt. Joseph Castleberry, DOB:1/10/1829, Enlisted:3/4/1862,
Died in action:9/14/1862,Battle of South Mountain, Fox's Gap.
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Date Added:  12/29/2014
Company H
Allen T. Hart - Private   
May 13 1862 wounded in finger, necessitating amputation at Chancellorsville, Virgina May 3, 1863.
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Company H
Berrian Simon Hart - Private   
Died of measles in 1864.
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Company H
James McMullen - Private   
James was about 25 years old, born in Thomas County Georgia. He joined on 4 March 1862 at Moultrie Colquitt Co. Ga., Capt Jeremiah W Well's Co 'Colquitt Marksman' 50th Regt. Georgia Infantry. August 1862 he is a patient in hospital in Richmond, Dx not known. He contracts 'Phthisis Pulmonmalis' and is in the hospital at Stanton, Va. He is discharged via surgeons certificate and dies between 9 & 13 Feb. 1863 His wife Sarah filed for settlement.
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Company H
Saul Mercer - Private   
He was my great great great grandfather on my mother's side she was a Mercer.Saul was one of seven men that was with the 50th from they mustered in 1862 until appomattox found his name when he mustered out with a parole pass.He was wounded at Cedar Creek but returned when recovered.
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Company H
Elbert R. Tillman - Private   
Enlisted May 13, 1862. Died near Ft. Brown, GA June 16, 1862.
Born in Colquitt County, GA.
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Company H
Mitchell Tillman - Private   
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Company H
Lott W Townsend - Captain   
Lott Townsend born in 1848. He enlisted, served, promoted to Captain of Company H Georgia 50th Volunteer Infantry Regiment. He was wounded at Gettysburg. Received CSA pension ($8. month) from State of Florida in 1892, died at age of 57 in Taylor County, FL in 1898, buried there. Father of 11 children with first wife, Lamenda Lawson, who died in 1881. Married Missouri Bland with whom he had 5 children.
Contact Name:  Willard R Elsberry
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Date Added:  7/11/2015
Company H
Henry Sapp Tucker - 4th Sergeant   
Enlisted at Moutrie, GA in Co H 50th GA Infantry on 4 Mar 1862.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  11/28/2008
Company H
John C. Tucker - 2nd Lieutenant   
Enlisted 4 Mar 1862 at Moutrie, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  1/16/2009
Company H
Richard Murphy Tucker - Sergeant   
Enlisted 4 Mar 1862 at Moultrie, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  11/28/2008
Company I
John J. Akins - Private   
Captured near Knoxville, TN 3 Dec 1863. Died Jan. 22, 1864, Rock Island Military Prison, IL. Grave # 256.
Contact Name:  Mark Anderson
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Date Added:  11/16/2007
Company I
William Wesley Bradford - Private   
Born 1834 near what is now Valdosta. Married in 1854. Killed in action on 3 June 1864 during the battle at Cold Harbour, Virginia. Is my great grandfather.
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Date Added:  1/19/2008
Company I
Harrison Chaney - Private   
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Date Added:  12/10/2007
Company I
William Evander Connell - Sergeant   
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Date Added:  10/22/2014
Company I
George Washington Coppage - Private   
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Date Added:  9/6/2013
Company I
Adam Joshua Crosby - Private   
He lost most of his right leg in the war. My father found Adam's peg leg in the family cornhouse.I am now in prosession of his peg leg. He is buried at Wesley Chapel Methodist Church, Berlin,Ga.
Contact Name:  Patricia C. Leonard
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Date Added:  3/20/2007
Company I
Archibald Gaskins - Private   
Enlisted 4 Mar 1862 at Nashville, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  9/27/2009
Company I
Daniel Gaskins - Lieutenant   
Enlisted 4 Mar 1862 at Nashville, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  11/29/2008
Company I
Fisher J Gaskins - 3rd Corporal   
Enlisted 2 May 1862 at Nashville, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  11/28/2008
Company I
Fisher W. Gaskins - Private   
Enlisted 4 Mar 1862 at Nashville, GA discharged 14 Oct 1862 under age.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Company I
Harmon Gaskins - Private   
Enlisted in Co I 50th GA Infantry on 2 May 1862 Nashville, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Company I
John W. Gaskins - Sergeant   
Enlisted on Mar 4, 1862 at Calhoun, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Company I
Jordan Gaskins - Private   
Enlisted on Mar 4, 1862 at Nashville, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  11/29/2008
Company I
Joseph L. Gaskins - Private   
Enlisted 4 Mar 1862 at Nashville, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  11/29/2008
Company I
Lemuel Gaskins - Private   
Enlisted as a private 4 Mar 1862 at Nashville, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  11/29/2008
Company I
Jimpsey B. Giddens - Private   
Enlisted on 22 August 1862 in Company I, and was later listed as on detached duty at Columbus, Georgia working as a blacksmith from 17 Nov 1863-April 1865. Died Dec 1908, Berrien Co, GA. Buried in Long Bridge Cem, GA.
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Date Added:  11/17/2007
Company I
Abraham James Luke - Private   
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Date Added:  8/12/2008
Company I
Lewis W. Marshall - Private   
Enlisted 4 Mar 1862 at Nashville, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  12/12/2008
Company I
Griner J Martin - Private   
If any ancestor of the 50th Georgia is interested in being a part of Civil War Re-enactments for the 50th, please let me know - I'd love to do this - especially at Antietam or Gettysburg - email me at mbuglioli@yahoo.com. Please also note I have started a Facebook page for the 50th Georgia where you may add stories, pictures, etc. -

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Martin J Griner was my Great Grandfather. He fought from 1862 through 1865 in some 40+ engagements with his 2 brothers. Here is a summary for my grandfather and his 2 brothers -

Griner, Martin J.- private March 4, 1862. Pension records
show he was furloughed for 24 days, account of jaundice, February
1865. Unable to return. (Born in Ga. Died at Nashville, Ga.
August 12, 1914.)

Griner, Thomas J.- private March 4, 1862. Discharged,
disability, June 3,1862.

Griner, William W.- private March 4, 1862. Appointed
drummer October 1864. Surrendered at Appomattox, Va. April 9,1865.
(Born in Lowndes County, Ga. October 5, 1841. Died in Berrien
County, Ga. June 21, 1915.)

The entire 50th Georgia muster list is posted here:

ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/berrien/military/civilwar/rosters/coi50reg.txt

The 50th Georgia was in most all major Civil war battles and distinguished themselves at Chancellorsville, Antietam and Gettysburg. One of their most famous battle was at Antietam where the 50th Georgia Infantry at Sharpsburg defended what was to become known as 'Burnside's Bridge'on September 12th, 1862. One of two Georgia regiments assigned to hold the bridge and defend Lee's flank, they held up the Union army for the duration of the bloody battle being fought in the Miller's Cornfield and the Sunken Road, and sealed the fate of General McClellan's 'splendidly fought' battle which ended in a stalemate! The Commanding General of the Army of the Potomac was finally removed from command following this battle when Lincoln determined McClellan had not used all his soldiers in the attack despite having captured Lee's battle orders earlier in the week!

The 50th Georgia did eventually withdraw after holding back Burnside's entire Division most of the day, but their stand saved the Confederate Army Of Northern Virginia until A.P. Hill arrived with reinforcements from Harpers Ferry.

I have been to the bridge and it should be noted that some 1200 Confederates held off an Army of that outmanned them by at least 10 to 1.

At Gettysburg they fought from the hills into the Wheatfield. Charge after charge by the Northern brigades went against them in the wheatfield and each time they beat back the Northern armies. As far as I know, this is the only part of the battle that was won by the South during Gettysburg. I have been there and they were very smart to charge from the fields and retreat back to the hill behind rocks where they could mount counter attacks. In any case, the bravery it took to charge into that field was incredible.

My grandfather passed down several stories to me directly from his father including how they lived off a daily ration of dried corn that would only fill the middle of their palm. He also related the story when Stonewall Jackson was killed at Chancellorsville and how his father could hear all the men sobbing throughout the woods at night as the news was announced to the units encamped around there.
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Company I
Henry M Mathis - Private   
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Company I
Mahlon Mathis - Private   
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Company I
Archibald C. McMillan - Private   
Enlisted on 4 Mar 1862 at Nashville, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  12/22/2008
Company I
Archibald McMillan - Private   
Enlisted on 4 Mar 1862 at Nashville, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  12/22/2008
Company I
Daniel McMillan - Private   
Enlisted on 28 Aug 1862 at Calhoun, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  12/22/2008
Company I
John C. McMillan - 1st Lieutenant   
Enlisted on 4 Mar 1862 at Nashville, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  12/22/2008
Company I
Randall McMillan - Private   
Enlisted on 4 Mar 1862 at Nashville, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  12/22/2008
Company I
Francis L. Moberly - 2nd Lieutenant   
Enlisted on 4 Mar 1862 at Nashville, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  12/21/2008
Company I
Daniel C. Paulk - Private   
Enlisted as a private on 29 Aug 1862 at Calhoun, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  12/12/2008
Company I
Elijah E. Paulk - 4th Sergeant   
Enlisted 28 Aug 1862 at Calhoun, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  12/12/2008
Company I
Henry L. Paulk - Private   
Enlisted 29 May 1862 at Calhoun, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  12/11/2008
Company I
James H Tillman - Private   
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Company I
Elijah Tucker - Private   
Enlisted on 4 Mar 1862 Albany, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  12/5/2008
Company I
Elijah Vickers - Private   
Enlisted on 4 Mar 1862 at Nashville, GA.
Contact Name:  Herman Johnson
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Date Added:  12/18/2008
Company I
John Thomas Weekly - Private   
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Date Added:  4/23/2012
Company I
Aaron Daniel Williams - Private   
Died in 1864.
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Date Added:  11/17/2007
Company K
Francis M. Boyett - Unknown   
Francis Boyett and his brother William were in the 50th and were buried in the Hollywood CSA Cemetery in Richmond Virginia along with their father, John Ashley Boyett of the 1st Georgia Infantry Regiment. He was held in the Lighthouse Point Union Prison Camp in Maryland until exchanged at Cox's Landing and hospitalized in the Jackson CSA Hospital in Richmond where he died and was buried in the nearby Hollywood Cemetery...
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Company K
William N. Boyett - Unknown   
William Boyett and his brother Francis were in the 50th and were buried in the Hollywood CSA Cemetery in Richmond Virginia along with their father, John Ashley Boyett of the 1st Georgia Infantry Regiment. He was held in the Lighthouse Point Union Prison Camp in Maryland until exchanged at Cox's Landing and hospitalized in the Jackson CSA Hospital in Richmond where he died and was buried in the nearby Hollywood Cemetery... John Ashley Boyett was my GG Grandfather from Brooks County Georgia. His wife Nancy is buried in the Day, Lafayette County, Florida Baptist Cemetery...Al Barrs, Jr. albarrs@wfeca.net
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Date Added:  6/14/2008
Company K
John H. Brown - Sergeant   
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Date Added:  12/15/2007
Company K
Robert Dixon Brown - Private   
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Date Added:  12/15/2007
Company K
Jacob Creed - Private   
Jacob was born in South Carolina and migrated to Georgia. He married and divorced my 2nd cousin 4x removed. Rhoda Ann Jane Gandy. He moved to Colquitt Co.Georgia where on 22 March 1862 he joined Co H 50th Regiment Georgia Infantry the [Colquitt Sharpshooters] He was wounded at the battle of Chancellorsville,and died of his wounds at Richmond 27 July 1864. He is buried along with some 18,000 of his compatriots at Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond Virginia. Deo Vindice
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Date Added:  3/1/2016
Company K
John Goldwire McCall - Captain   
John Goldwire Mccall was my great uncle, and served at Gettysburg, and was promoted to Major.
Contact Name:  Charles R. Speh
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Date Added:  6/23/2008
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