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Nelson's Independent Cavalry Company      
Company D
William Barnett Dolvin - Private   
My great great grandfather. Born in Greene County 17 March 1829. Married Sarah C. Boswell 8 February 1855. Enlisted in Company D in August 1863 and served until about December 1863. The 7th Battalion Cavalry (State Guards) was also known as Stephen's Battalion because its colonel was Linton Stephens, half brother to the Confederate Vice-President Alexander H. Stephens. Died 22 March 1899. Buried in Dolvin-McJunkin Cemetery near Siloam, Georgia.
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Date Added:  1/31/2005
Company F
Edward Alexander Burgess - 1st Lieutenant   
Edward Alexander Burgess enlisted in the C.S.S., 7th Battalion Calvary, Company F on August 4, 1864 in Penfield, Greene County, Georgia. Edward served in the 7th for six months and was then detailed to the 4th Greene County Militia as a 1st lieutenant. We do not know how long this detail lasted. The records we have show that the detail began on October 1, 1864 and was still active on January 31, 1864. Edward was back with the 7th before the Battle of Honey Hill on November 30, 1864. He was wounded and was sent home to recover. Richmond. Edward was at home on furlough when his regiment surrendered.
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Date Added:  5/13/2010
Company F
stokes f ivey - Corporal   
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Date Added:  8/20/2005
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