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george worley davis
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paroled 8 july 1863 vicksburg miss.
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Date Added: 12/6/2011

Company A
Felix Cary Bright
- Private
Enlisted in Murray County, Georgia at age 37 on March 10, 1862. Killed on duty at picket post at New Hope Church, Georgia on May 25, 1864.

Born: 1825 in North Carolina
Died: May 25, 1864 at New Hope Church, Georgia
Buried: Unknown
Married: Amy Nix on July 28, 1859 in Murray County, GA
Children: 3
Occupation: Unknown
Contact Name: Adrian C. Sims
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Date Added: 2/29/2012

Company A
Felix Cary Bright
- Private
Enlisted in Company A, Georgia 39th Infantry Regiment on 10 Mar 1862. Mustered out on 25 May 1864 at New Hope Church, GA.
Contact Name: David Bright
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Date Added: 11/6/2011

Company A
Alfred John Kilgore
- Private
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Contact Name: Joel Kilgore
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Date Added: 12/1/2012

Company A
John Stroud Rollins
- Private
John was 22 years old. He enlisted at Spring Place Murray County Georgia for three years. Enlisted by Capt. L.W. Crook. He is on a Bounty Roll and paid $50.00 for reenlisting. His unit is in action and captured and paroled at Enterprise, Mississippi. His unit is in the fight at Vicksburg and was captured on 4 July 1863 and paroled there on 8 July 1863. He rejoined the fight until the end.
Contact Name: Phillip Thomas
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Date Added: 7/13/2014

Company A
Edward Wilson
- Private
Edward Wilson was born 20 July 1827 in North Carolina. He married Elizabeth Burleson (1828-1913) in 1848 and had 10 children together. He died in his sleep 19 July 1923 in Bland, Bell Co., Texas. He is buried next to his wife at Moffat Cemetery, Moffat, Bell Co., Texas.

Edward enlisted as a private on 10 Mar 1862 in the 39th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company A, Cohutta Rangers.
He was in captured 18 May 1863, at Edward Station, Mississippi: the Battle of Champion's Hill. He was on a list of Paroled Prisoners in Camp at Demopolis, Marengo Co., Alabama 5 Jun 1863. He signed the Oath of Allegiance 16 Mar 1864, Chattanooga, Hamilton Co., Tennessee. There is a family story of Edward crawling into a ditch and playing dead until he was captured by Union troops.
Contact Name: Marsha Head Goodwin
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Date Added: 7/26/2014

Company B
John W. Brooker
- 1st Lieutenant
John Brooker was my G-G-Uncle.
Contact Name: Wayne McGaughy
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Date Added: 4/23/2009

Company B
R. A. Fagala
- Private
R.A. was my G-Grandfather's cousin.
Contact Name: Wayne McGaughy
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Date Added: 4/23/2009

Company B
Joseph E. Loggins
- Private
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Contact Name: Woody Rash
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Date Added: 9/8/2009

Company B
Griffin Anderson McAlister
- Sergeant
Would like to add my gggrandfather's name to this list.
Contact Name: Joy Greenwalt
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Date Added: 10/19/2010

Company B
Henry Clay McGaughey
- Private
Henry Clay was my G-G-Uncle.
Contact Name: Wayne McGaughy
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Date Added: 4/23/2009

Company B
John W. McGaughey
- Private
John W. was my G-G-Uncle.
Contact Name: Wayne McGaughy
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Date Added: 4/23/2009

Company B
William Gaines McGaughey
- Private
William G. was my Great-Grandfather.
Contact Name: Wayne McGaughy
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Date Added: 4/23/2009

Company B
P. N. Norton
- Private
P.N. was my G-Grandfather's Cousin.
Contact Name: Wayne McGaughy
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Date Added: 4/23/2009

Company B
Tilman H. Pitner
- Captain
Tilman Pitner was my G-Grandfather's cousin.
Contact Name: Wayne McGaughy
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Date Added: 4/23/2009

Company C
james newton redwine
- Private
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Contact Name: rick gregg
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Date Added: 10/10/2005

Company C
James Stone
- Private
Enlisted 10 Mar 1862 Dalton, GA.
Contact Name: Herman Johnson
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Date Added: 5/6/2010

Company D
John Allison
- 2nd Lieutenant
John Allison was my 4th Great-Grand Uncle and a member of the Dade County Invincibles.
Contact Name: Dave Rodgers
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Date Added: 3/4/2012

Company D
Isaac Doyle
- Private
Isaac enlisted 4 Mar '62 and was captured in Atlanta, Ga on 17 Sep '64. He was sent to Camp Douglas in Illinois where he took an oath of allegiance to the US and joined the 6th US Volunteer Regiment and was sent out to the plains during the' indian uprisings'
Contact Name: james doyle
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Date Added: 1/26/2013

Company D
William Howard Ferguson
- Private
Born 09 August 1840 Wilkes Co, NC died 16 June 1902 Monroe Co, TN buried Hopewell Cem, Monroe Co, TN (Find A Grave Memorial# 69536237). Son of Jesse Triplett Ferguson & Mary Brown. Married 1st Margaret Lee on 14 October 1865 in Monroe Co, TN, married 2nd Abigail 'Abbie' Strickland in 1891. http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gadade/39thcod.htm - 39th GA Vol Inf, C.S.A. Army of TN - Muster Roll of Co 'D' 'Dade Co Invincibles' Dade Co GA - Furgerson, William Private, Mar 4, 1862 (or Ferguson) Captured at Vicksburg, MS July 4, 1863, and paroled there July 8, 1863. AWOL Aug. 12-Dec. 20, 1863. No later record.
Contact Name: Lee Ferguson
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Date Added: 9/6/2015

Company D
Thomas Walter Stephens
- Private
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Contact Name: barbara langdon
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Contact Homepage: runwithanurse@yahoo.com
Date Added: 8/11/2018

Company D
Leroy S. Tidwell
- Private
My maternal grandmother was a member of the UDC under his service. I am in possession of the original picture of him wearing his uniform which of course is a tin-type. He lived in Rising Fawn, Ga. (Dade County)
Contact Name: John Witt gg-grandson
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Date Added: 8/21/2010

Company E
Martin Luther Crumb
- Corporal
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Contact Name: Kathy Eby
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Date Added: 2/19/2009

Company E
William Samuel Moore
- Private
William Samuel Moore is my 3gr grandfather on my mother's side of the family. I discovered he was in the Confederacy when I visited his gravesite in Eastland County Texas and found a rebel flag on it.
Contact Name: Martha Farr
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Date Added: 9/27/2008

Company E
charles h roark
Rank Unknown
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Contact Name: TimRoark74
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Date Added: 6/11/2004

Company F
Rufus Terrell Ramsey
- Private
This man along with many other men was captured at Vicksburg and
was released four days later vowing to never fight again
Contact Name: Jessie
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Contact Homepage: animationnation.wetpaint.com
Date Added: 12/7/2008

Company G
Alfred Jonathan Bishop
- Private
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Contact Name: Angela McCreery
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Date Added: 8/25/2013

Company G
Benjamin J Brown
- Captain
Mustered in and formed unit. captured/paroled Vicksburg. Left unit 12/1964 due to illness. Was an MD.
Contact Name: John Nail
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Date Added: 2/2/2006

Company G
Stephen A. Clayton
- Corporal
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Contact Name: James A. Clayton
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Date Added: 7/18/2004

Company G
Robert Lee Parris
- Private
Enlisted 5 Aug 1863. Died 29 Jan 1864 at Kingston Hospital, Ga. Cause not listed. My fourth great uncle. Left a widow and 7 orphans. Son of John Parris and Jemima Turner of Spartanburg Co, SC.
Contact Name: Bruce Blackwell
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Date Added: 5/3/2018

Company G
Oliver Daniel Price
- Private
Price, Oliver Daniel, Private
Company G, 39th Georgia Infantry
β€œThe Gilmer Lions”

Oliver D. Price enlisted for the Civil War in Gilmer County, GA and fought in the Battle of Vicksburg with his brother Frederick. He signed the Oath of Allegiance after the Battle of Vicksburg and returned to his farm in Rabun County, GA for a period to take care of business. He then reenlisted and was wounded at the Battle of Bentonville near Goldsboro, NC near the end of the Civil War.

Born: July 15, 1837 in Rutherford Co., NC
Died: September 29, 1914 in Sugar Valley, GA
Buried: Old Methodist Cemetery, Sugar Valley, GA
Married: Nancy Hyde
Children: 1
Occupation: unknown
Contact Name: Adrian C. Sims
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Date Added: 4/7/2007

Company G
Asahel (Ashel) Smith Weaver
- Private
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Contact Name: M McClure
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Date Added: 4/17/2018

Company G
Henry Lafayette Weaver
- Private
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Contact Name: M McClure
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Date Added: 4/17/2018

Company G
Benjamin West
- 2nd Lieutenant
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Contact Name: Stephen Woodard
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Contact Homepage: smwoodard68@aol.com
Date Added: 2/23/2017

Company H
Henry J Cook
- Private
Henry Cook enlisted in Chattooga County, Ga. in July 1862. He is buried at Lyerly Cemetery, Lyrely Georgia.
Contact Name: G.M. Patton
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Date Added: 4/14/2007

Company H
Alexander Franklin Echols
- Sergeant
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Contact Name: John Echols
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Date Added: 4/10/2011

Company H
Franklin Gaines
- Private
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Contact Name: Kevin Gregg
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Date Added: 2/22/2013

Company H
Henry Clay Horn
- Private
The eldest son of Elisha and Rebecca (Williams) Horn, Clay, born 1843 in Chattooga County, Georgia joined the 39th Company H in 1862 with four of his Horn cousins. He died May 16, 1863 at Baker's Creek. A letter from his cousin Russell Horn to Russell's wife Martha in June of 1863 states 'Clay Horn was killed he was shot through the bowels'.
Contact Name: Valette Randall
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Date Added: 7/23/2010

Company H
James Russell Horn
- Private
James Russell Horn was the eldest son of John Horn. He was born in Georgia in 1830, married Martha Akridge in 1856 and they had two sons before he joined Company H of the 39th in July 1862. In 1862 he was captured in Kentucky and a Prisoner of War at Cincinnati, Ohio. He was wounded at Champion Hill in 1863 and left at the hosptial at Quitman Mills. He joined from desertion March 8, 1864 and was killed at the Battle of Atlanta July 22, 1864. Russell was one of four brothers who joined the Confederate Army against the wishes of his father who was a strong Union man according to the Southern Claims Court Documents John filed after the war.
Contact Name: Valette Randall
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Date Added: 7/23/2010

Company H
John Park Horn
- Private
John born Sept. 10, 1840 in Chattooga County, Georgia was the
third son of John Horn. He served in Company H of the 39th with his brothers and joined May 13, 1863. In May of 1864 he was captured at Cassville and in October of 1864 he enlisted in the 2nd US Regiment Volunteers Company I. After the war he married Sarah J. McKinney. After his father lost his claim on the Southern Claims Court John spent most of his life fighting to receive the money he thought was owed to his father on Sherman's March to the Sea. He claimed a Federal pension January 1892. He died January 30, 1900 and is buried at Lyerly, Georgia.
Contact Name: Valette Randall
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Date Added: 7/23/2010

Company H
Oliver Henry Horn
- Private
Born in Chattooga County, Georgia Feb. 28, 1843 to John Horn, Oliver enlisted in 39th Company H March 4, 1862. He was captured at Vicksburg, Mississippi July 4, 1863 and paroled on the 8th of that month. He was present for duty April 30, 1864 and received a pension from the State of Georgia for his service in the Confederacy in 1901. He married Martha Elizabeth and they raised five children. Oliver died after 1906 and is buried at Lyerly Cemetery in Chattooga County, Georgia.
Contact Name: Valette Randall
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Date Added: 7/23/2010

Company H
William Jefferson Horn
- Private
Jeff Horn born in 1834 to John Horn in Georgia joined Company H of the 39th March 4, 1862. In 1863-64 he was absent without leave. He is in the 1870 census of Chattooga County, Georgia and then disappears. He was one of four brother to serve.
Contact Name: Valette Randall
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Date Added: 7/23/2010

Company I
Robert Lee Parris
Rank Unknown
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Contact Name: Barney Smith
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Date Added: 11/11/2006

Company K
Jefferson Jackson Dobson
- Sergeant
Mustered March 4, 1862. Captured @ Baker's Creek, MS
May 16, 1863. Exchanged @ Ft. Delaware July 4, 1863.
Contact Name: John Rhodes
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Date Added: 5/30/2006

Company K
Jonas C. Hovis
- 4th Corporal
Jonis .C. Hovis joined company K in WalkerCounty GA on March 4th 1862. He was at Vicksburg for the surrender and was paroled. Getting home he reformed with his unit in Dalton, Ga and was on Lookout Mountain the night of Nov 22, 1863. Given orders to leave there to form in the far right of Missionary Ridge under General Cummings. During the fight there his unit and one other were ordered to attack the Glass House at the foot of the Ridge. He was gut shot there and removed from his post at the top of Missionary Ridge. He removed to Dalton Ga and sent to a hospital there. He died 5 days later. Jonis C. Hovis is buried in Dalton only about 15 miles from his wife and 2 children in LaFayette, Ga. There is a tin-type of him posted on the net.
Contact Name: John Wayne Childers
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Date Added: 12/15/2021

Company K
William Anderson Weaver
- 2nd Lieutenant
If anybody would like to contribute more to the weaver family history or the share any kind of information with me please feel free to email me anytime.i would be glad to share eith anyone what information I currently have.Mainly i am lookin for a regiment and company for James weaver and Beadley K. weaver both are related to William Anderson Weaver.And i am also looking for other relatives in the CSA Army....

Contact Name: Paul Stanfield Jr.
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Date Added: 7/6/2002

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