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40th Georgia Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: Thomas Jefferson Taylor GattisRank: Private Company: B

Taylor's record is substantuated by Arkansas Civil War Pension Records. There is a widely held story that he had two horses shot out from under him while he was carrying the unit's colors. From appearances, Taylor appears to have stopped seeing his father about the time of the Civil War. As it turns out Georgia records show his father, Thomas J. Gattis, was a Union sympathizer. Taylor was born 1849 in Rome, Georgia. He died 1928 in Franklin County, Arkansas. Taylor was my Great Grandfather on my father's paternal side.

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