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Phillips Legion Infantry - Co L - Blackwell Volunteers

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Andrew J. Alexander - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Captured at Fox's Gap, Md 9/14/1862, Exchanged November 1862, Present through war, Deserted near Richmond 3/19/1865, Took Oath of Allegiance and sent to Illinois, Age 25 in 1860 Cobb County census

Robert G. Alexander - Enlisted 3/15/1862, In and out of hospitals throughout 1862,1863 & 1864, Shown AWOL on August 1864 roll, No further military record but we know he survived the war since he is shown in the 1870 census for Cobb County, Ga, Age 30 in 1860 Cobb County census

Nathan Y. Algood - Enlisted 4/3/1862, Medical discharge 1/28/1863, Age 41

Payson L. Ardis - Enlisted 5/9/1861 in Co I 2nd SC Infantry, Age 20, In action at battle of First Manassas, Transferred to Co L 8/8/1862 per ANV SO 177/8, Promoted to 1st Lt Co E 3rd Ga SS Battalion 6/5/1863, Captured at Front Royal 10/19/1864, Released from Fort Delaware 6/17/1865, His Oath showed him to be 5'11" with dark hair and blue eyes, Son of David and E C Ardis

Marcus D Austin - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Cited for gallantry in action at Gettysburg 7/2/1863, WIA (lost finger) at Funkstown,Md 7/26/1863, Another record states "accidentally wounded 8/11/1863", Furloughed home, Detailed as nurse in Richmond hospital June 1864, Reassigned to Danville, Va hospital January 1865, Age 34, No further military record but known to have survived war since he is found in 1880 census of Clayton county GA, Born abt 1830 to William A and Sarah Bell Austin

J.G.W. Baber - transferred in from 1st Arkansas November 1863, Court martialed 12/23/1864 for being AWOL and sentenced to "company punishment", Deserted near Petersburg 3/19/1865, Took Oath of Allegiance. No further record, Age 22 in 1860 Cobb County census

Alexander Harrison Baswell - Enlisted 3/15/1862, WIA (hip) at Chancellorsville 5/2/1863 (newspaper casualty list indicates finger shot off?), WIA (left foot) 6/1/1864 at Gaines Farm (Cold Harbor) and furloughed home, Shown AWOL on August 1864 roll, No further military record although Alabama pension application states that he was captured and held until the end of the war, Born November 1839 in South Carolina to Alexander H and Catherine Bennett Baswell, Brother of Jefferson Baswell, Died at Gadsden, AL 8/01/1926

Jefferson A. Baswell - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Accidentally wounded January 1863 (hip), Detailed to Provost Guard Atlanta, In Farmville, Va hospital June & July 1864, Furloughed home, Captured in Cobb County 8/18/1864, Took Oath of Allegiance and sent north of the Ohio River, Born 9/23/1841 in Spartanburg SC to Alexander H and Catherine Bennett Baswell, Brother of Alexander Baswell

John T. Baswell - Enlisted 3/31/1862, Present on August 1864 roll, In Richmond hospital 8/8/1864, Discharged from hospital 11/30/1864, No further military record, Born September 1845 to Harrison and Jane Baswell, Survived the war and applied for pension stating that he surrendered at Appomattox 4/9/1865 although surrender/parole records do not support this claim

Aaron Biggerstaff - Enlisted 4/5/1862, Present on August 1864 roll dated 1/28/1865, No further record, Born in NC, Age 30 in 1860 Cobb County census

John Middleton Bowie - Enlisted 3/15/1864, August 1864 roll shows him detailed as brigade commissary clerk, No further military record although an Alabama pension application states that he was in Atlanta at war's end on the staff of General W T Wofford, Died 3/19/1921, Age 14 in 1860 Cobb County census, Born 3/24/1846 at Whitehall Plantation near Mobile AL to William J and Jane Elizabeth Hamilton Bowie, Died after 1920 in Calhoun county AL, Buried at Oxford Memorial Cemetery

Henry C. Briant - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Captured at Fox's Gap, Md 9/14/1862, Exchanged October 1862, Promoted to 1st Sgt 4/1/1864, WIA (toe amputated) 5/6/1864 at Wilderness per casualty list in 6/8/1864 Athens Southern Banner, WIA (right arm broken) at Cedar Creek 10/19/1864, No further record, Age 18 in 1860 Cobb County census

James Burton - Enlisted 3/15/1862, In Staunton, Va hospital 10/29/1864, Still there January 1865, No further record, Born July 1835 in SC, Survived war and applied for pension stating that tyhoid fever had crippled his legs, Died 10/19/1909

William Crow Burton - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Present on March 1863 roll, Transferred to 3rd Georgia Sharpshooter Battalion in May 1863,Captured 4/6/1865 at Sailors Creek and imprisoned at Point Lookout until released 6/24/1865, Born in SC 11/5(or16)/1840, Alabama pension application states that 1862 typhoid fever crippled his legs, Son of Benjamin and Mary Burton, Died in Cullman County, Al 2/4/1922 and buried Cullman City Cemetery

Isaac Campbell - Enlisted 4/8/1862, Captured at Fox's Gap,Md 9/14/1862, Exchanged October 1862, WIA (lost index finger right hand) at Chancellorsville 5/2/1863, Furloughed home 6/6/1863, Furloughed home again 7/11/1864, Captured August 1864 in Ga, Took Oath of Allegiance and sent north of the Ohio River

Thomas A. Carpenter - Enlisted 3/26/1862, Detached duty as brigade teamster until August 1864 roll shows him AWOL, No further record

James H. Cheek - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Transferred to 3rd Ga Sharpshooter Battalion May 1863, WIA(leg) in May 1864, No further record

William P. Christian - Enlisted 4/8/1862, Sent to hospital November 1862, No further record

Charles Frank Cler - Enlisted 5/19/1862, Age 19, Served in Legion band during 1862, Captured near Knoxville 12/5/1863 and imprisoned at Rock Island until released 6/18/1865, Born 9/22/1842, Died at Savannah 11/25/1929, Son of Elizabeth Cler

Asa F. Conger, 3rd Cpl - Enlisted 3/29/1862, Present on December 1862 roll, Deserted December 1863, Took Oath of Allegiance at Knoxville January 1864, Age 21 in 1860 Cobb census

Eli Madison Davis (or Davies) - Enlisted 4/4/1862, In hospitals with small pox December 1862 - May 1863, March 1863 roll states he was detailed as a shoemaker in Richmond, Shown as shoemaker in Atlanta in 1864, Present on August 1864 roll, No further military record, Born 8/14/1826 in Walton county, Died 9/3/1880, Buried at Davis Cemetery, Mableton, Cobb County

Allen Dickerson - Enlisted 4/5/1862, Captured 12/3/1863 near Knoxville and imprisoned at Rock Island until released 6/21/1865, Age 27 when released

Aaron C Donehoo - Enlisted 4/28/1862 in Co M, Transferred into Co L 6/1/1862, Captured at Strasburg (Cedar Creek) 10/19/1864 and imprisoned at Pt Lookout until released 6/26/1865, Born Cobb County 1/16/1831 to Barnett and Sarah Scales Donehoo, Died 11/30/1902 at Oneonto, Blount County Alabama, Son of Barnett Donehoo

Barnett William Donehoo - Enlisted 4/5/1862, Transferred to Co C 5/1/1862, Disability discharge 9/1/1862 due to poor eyesight, Age 54, Born in Georgia 1807/08, Died Cherokee County Georgia in 1873, Father of Aaron Donehoo

John Dunn - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Transferred to Co M 6/1/1862, Transferred back to Co L 11/1/1862, WIA (hip) and captured at Gettysburg 7/2/1863, Exchanged in 1863, Casualty list in 11/9/1864 Athens Southern Banner lists him as wounded in the back 10/19/1864 at Cedar Creek, Shows surrendered at Appomattox 4/9/1865 as part of Co M BUT roll dated January 1865 shows him "disabled at home", Age 26 in 1860 Cobb County census, Born in SC, Pension application states that he is disabled due to having the upper left part of his hip bone shot away by a shell fragment at Gettysburg

Joseph Dunn - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Transferred to Co M June 1862, Age 32 in 1860 Cobb County census, Born in SC

William J Esler - Enlisted 5/19/1862, Captured at Fox's Gap,Md 9/15/1862, Exchanged October 1862, Hospitalized a great deal during 1862 and 1863, AWOL after 9/28/1863, Hospital records show him hospitalized July/August 1864, January 1865 note shows him in hospital, No further record, Born in Ireland 5/02/1836, Died 6/22/1928, Buried Marietta City Cemetery

George W. Eubank - Enlisted 4/10/1862, KIA at Knoxville 11/29/1863, Age 14 in 1860 Cobb County census

Daniel Washington Frey - Enlisted 3/15/1862, "Present" on rolls through war, Deserted 3/23/1865, Took Oath of Allegiance and sent to Richmond Ohio, Born 2/15/1838 in SC, Died 3/18/1909, Buried Camp Ground Cemetery, Cobb County, Ga, Son of John T & Mary Ann Banks Frey, Brother of William, and Samuel Frey, Pension application states that he was captured on the skirmish line near Richmond in March 1864 (1865?) and imprisoned at Rock Island until war's end but records do not support this claim

James Leopard Frey - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Captured 12/5/1863 near Knoxville and imprisoned at Rock Island, Exchanged at New Orleans May 1865, Born 3/27/1846 near Columbia, SC to Jesse and Jemimah Frey, Died 6/26/1914, Buried Barlow Cemetery, Barlow, Ky

Samuel George Frey - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Present through war, Captured at Burkville, Va 4/6/1865, Released 6/27/1865, Born 5/13/1836 in Lexington District South Carolina, Died 3/17/1911, Buried New Hope Methodist Cemetery, Cobb County, Ga, Son of John T & Mary Ann Banks Frye, Brother of William, and Daniel Frey, Pension application states he was hit in the shoulder by a shell fragment at Gettysburg and a doctor's statement confirms a problem with this shoulder

John William Fridell - Enlisted 6/1/1862, Captured at Gaines Farm (Cold Harbor) 6/1/1864 and imprisoned at Pt Lookout until released 5/14/1865, Born 5/30/1845 in SC, Moved to Texas after war, Killed in a knife fight 9/12/1912 in Jacksonville, Florida

James G. Gasaway - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Age 37 in 1860 Cobb County census, Present on June 1862 roll, Transferred to Co H 7th Ga Infantry in 1862, "Present" on Jan/Feb 1865 roll, No further record, Died 12/24/1900, Buried Powder Springs Ga

Dr. Newton Napoleon Gober, 1st Lt - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Promoted to Captain of Company F 3rd Ga Sharpshooter Battalion in June 1863, Captured at Sailors Creek 4/6/1865 and held at Johnsons Island prison until released in June 1865, Resumed medical practice after the war, Born 12/1/1836 in Nashville, Tn, Died 5/25/1912 in Atlanta, Buried Citizens Cemetery, Marietta Ga

Byron B Green - Enlisted 8/23/1861 in Co I 7th Ga Infantry, Transferred to Legion Co L 8/11/1862, WIA (leg) at Second Manassas, Promoted 4th Sgt mid 1863, WIA (arm) 5/6/1864 at Wilderness per casualty list in 6/8/1864 Athens Southern Banner, Surrendered and paroled at Appomattox 4/9/1865 (listed as D D Green),Born 8/14/1826 in GA to Napoleon and Clotilda Green, Died of consumption 12/6/1869 at Marietta, Buried at Marietta Citizens Cemetery

David Marcellus Hamby - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Died Winchester, Va 9/10/1862 of disease, Buried Stonewall Cemetery, Winchester, Va, Born 1/28/1846 in Marietta to David C and Olive Daniell Hamby, Brother of Benjamin and Micajah Hamby

Micajah Leonard Hamby, 2nd Sgt. - Enlisted 3/15/1862, WIA (arm) at Second Manassas 8/30/1862, Returned to company by June 1863, Present on rosters through June 1864, Surrendered and paroled at Appomattox 4/9/1865, Born 7/21/1839 in Walton County, Ga to David C and Olive Daniell Hamby, Brother of David and Benjamin Hamby, Died 1910, Buried Maloney Springs Church Cemetery, Fair Oaks, Ga

Friend Haney - Enlisted 4/8/1862, Sick much of 1862/1863, Shown present on August 1864 roll, In Richmond hospital 4/2/1865, Born 4/18/1819 to William and Priscilla Haney, Died 2/9/1897, Buried Mt Bethel Church in Cobb County, Age 40 in 1860 Cobb County census

William Haney - Enlisted 2/2/1863, In Petersburg hospital September 1863, 6/13/1864 note states "died at home", Died 12/7/1863, Buried Newnan GA, Born abt 1826 to William and Priscilla Haney, Brother of Friend Haney, Age 34 in 1860 Cobb County census

Thomas Harper - Enlisted 3/15/1862, MWIA (thigh) at Chancellorsville 5/2/1863, Died 5/8/1863, Buried at Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond Va, section T lot 375

Isaac Newton Hayes - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Detailed as shoemaker in Atlanta March 1863, August 1864 roll shows same status, No further record, Born 4/20/1839 to Watson and Tenah Neese Hayes, Brother of J W Hayes, Died 12/29/1901 in Atlanta, Buried at Marietta City Cemetery (no marker)

John Wesley Hayes - Enlisted in Co C 6/25/1861, Age 17, Transferred from Co C June 1862, In hospitals much of 1862 and early 1863, Detailed as shoemaker in Atlanta mid 1863, Shows AWOL on August 1864 roll, No further record but survived war since he filed for a pension stating that he was captured by Sherman and sent to Cairo, Illinois in September 1864, Born 9/24/1844 in Anderson District SC to Watson and Tenah Neese Hayes, Brother of I N Hayes, Died 8/27/1919 in Cobb County, Buried at Marietta City Cemetery

Hilliard J Hill - Enlisted 3/15/1862, WIA 8/30/1862 at Second Manassas, Captured 9/29/1862 at Warrenton, Va and immediately exchanged, Transferred to Co H 7th Ga Infantry 6/8/1863, Discharged from service due to effects of wound 8/8/1863, Discharge shows him to be 46 years old born Morgan county GA 5'10" with blue eyes and dark hair

John Hill - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Discharged - overage with bad eyesight October 1862, Discharge lists him as age 56 born South Carolina 5'7" tall with grey eyes and hair

James Hogan - Enlisted 4/7/1862, Discharged 12/22/1862, Age 40 in 1860 Cobb County census, Born in SC

Toliver Y Hughes - Enlisted 3/16/1862, In hospital September 1862 then furloughed home, Deserted to join Co I Bonaud's (sp?)Battery near Charleston, SC, August 1864 roll still shows him AWOL, Shows surrendered 4/9/1865 at Appomattox as T L Huse, Died 9/5/1937, Buried DeKalb County, Age 16 in 1860 Cobb County census, Son of W and M Hughes

Clement J Hunt - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Captured at Fox's Gap, Md 9/14/1862, Exchanged October 1862, WIA and captured at Gettysburg July 1863, Exchanged August 1863 and furloughed home to Ga, Shows AWOL on August 1864 roll, No further record, Born 1841 in GA to John J and Sarah Wall Hunt, Died 1899 at Marietta and buried at St James Episcopal Church Cemetery

John James Hunt, 4th Sgt. - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Discharged - underage 8/6/1862, Later served in Wm Phillips' State cavalry unit, Age 14 in 1860 Cobb County census, Born 3/3/1847 at Marietta to William H and Mary Jane Taylor Hunt, Became a legislator and judge postwar, Died 8/29/1932 in Atlanta, Buried at Oak Hill Cemetery in Griffin

John A Ivey - Enlisted 7/18/1862, WIA at Chancellorsville 5/2/1863, WIA (left hand) at Spotsylvania May 1864, Furloughed home then captured in Cobb County GA July 1864 and imprisoned at Camp Douglas,IL, Died there 11/21/1864 from small pox, Buried Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, Ill

Newton J Ivey - Enlisted 7/18/1862, MWIA at Fox's Gap, Md 9/14/1862, Died Boonsboro, Md 9/15/1862, Death claim filed by his widow Charlotte Ivey

American F Johnson - Transferred into Co L during late 1862 from Co G 10th Alabama as 5th Sgt, WIA (foot) 7/2/1863 at Gettysburg per casualty list in 7/20/1863 Atlanta Southern Confederacy, Elected 2nd Lt 7/27/1863, WIA (left thigh and right shoulder) and captured 11/29/1863 at Knoxville, Returned through lines same day, Retired 10/14/1864, Born in Cherokee County, Ga 8/10/1840 to Bennett S and Ella P Johnson, Filed for an invalid pension from Haralson County, Ga in 1897, Younger brother of Captain James M Johnson

James M Johnson - Enlisted as Captain at Marietta 3/15/1862, WIA (thigh) and captured at Fox's Gap,MD 9/14/1862, Exchanged October 1862, WIA (foot) at Fredericksburg 12/13/1862, KIA at Knoxville 11/29/1863 (shot through body, died at Federal Hospital at 2:30PM), Buried Knoxville City Cemetery, Federal GH #5 report dated 1/18/1864 states "buried in the public burying ground of the City, his grave is not numbered. The rebel sympathizers of the City will be able to identify his grave", Born in North Carolina in 1836 to Bennett S and Ella P Johnson, Older brother of Lt American F Johnson

John R. Johnson - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Died 5/8/1862 of disease at Camp Pritchard, SC

Richard Johnson - Enlisted 6/11/1861 Co A 18th Georgia Infantry, Transferred into Legion Co L during July or August 1862 in exchange for Benjamin R Whitfield, Captured at Sharpsburg September 1862, Exchanged October 1862, Descriptive list dated 11/12/1862 shows him as age 17 5'5" with blue eyes and dark hair, Cpl 4/1/1864, Furloughed 1/23/1865, No further record, Born in Cherokee County, GA

Nimrod N. Lord, 1st Cpl - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Sent to hospital at Marietta, Ga May 1863, AWOL thereafter, Demoted to Pvt, No further record but we know he survived the war since he is listed in the 1870 and 1880 censuses for Attala County Mississippi, Age 20 in 1860 Cobb County census, Son of A L and Veodica Lord

James Fletcher Lowrey, 2nd Lt. - Enlisted at Marietta 3/15/1862, Age 22 or 23, Promoted 1st Lt June 1862, Promoted Capt 11/29/1863, WIA (hit in leg by shell) & Captured at Sailors Creek 4/6/1865, Died 4/7 or 4/8 at Federal General Hospital Burkeville, VA during operation to amputate leg, Son of Basil and Emily Yarbrough Lowrey, Older brother of Joseph Lowrey

Joseph Tarpley Lowrey - Enlisted 7th GA Infantry in May 1861, Age 17, Transferred into Co L from 7th GA August 1862, Deserted 3/11/1865, Took Oath of Allegiance 3/18/1865 and sent to Richmond, Ohio, Returned to Marietta after the war and married Charlotte A Northup 4/12/1866, Born 3/6/1844 in Cass County, Ga., Younger brother of Capt J. Fletcher Lowrey, Son of Basil and Emily Yarbrough Lowrey

James Loyd - Enlisted 3/22/1862, Deserted 12/14/1863 near Knoxville, Took Oath of Allegiance 1/3/1864, No further record

Doctor L. Malone, 2nd Cpl - Enlisted 4/1/1862, WIA (neck) and captured at Fox's Gap, Md 9/14/1862, Imprisoned at Fort Delaware until exchanged 12/15/1862, Promoted to 5th Sgt between September and December 1863, Surrendered and paroled at Appomattox 4/9/1865, Age 27 in 1860 Cobb County census

John Andrew Massey -Enlisted 3/15/1862, WIA (hand) at Chancellorsville 5/2/1863, Captured at Burkeville,Va 4/6/1865 and imprisoned at Pt Lookout until released 6/29/1865, Born 3/30/1843 in Marietta, Died 12/20/1919, Co-founded Marietta Journal newspaper in 1866, Buried Citizens Cemetery, Marietta, Ga

Alfred (Albert) W. Mauldin - Enlisted 3/15/1862, WIA (groin) 5/6/1864 at Wilderness per casualty list in 6/8/1864 Athens Southern Banner, Deserted 3/22/1865, Took Oath of Allegiance and sent to Illinois

Fleming P. Mauldin, 3rd Cpl - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Discharged-overage 10/15/1862, Age 54

Robert W. McCown, 2nd Lt. - Enlisted 3/15/1862 at Marietta, Promoted 1st Lt 6/11/1863, WIA (neck) at Knoxville 11/29/1863, WIA (ankle) and captured at Sailors Creek 4/6/1865, Released 6/19/1865

Manasseh Benjamin McGinty - Enlisted 4/8/1862, Promoted to 4th Sgt December 1862, Promoted to 2nd Lt 3/21/1864, Captured at Saylors Creek 4/6/1865, Released 6/19/1865, Born 4/13/1840, Died 2/23/1899, Buried Oconee Hills Cemetery, Athens, Ga

Ira F. McLellan - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Captured at Fox's Gap,Md 9/14/1862 and imprisoned at Fort Delaware until exchanged in October 1862, AWOL 7/22/1863, Still shown AWOL as of August 1864, Born 5/30/1845, Alabama pension application states he was in a convalescent camp in Macon, Ga at war's end, Also states that he was wounded at Fredericksburg in the leg and shoulder and wounded and captured at Cold Harbor in June 1864, No Federal POW records substantiate this claim

Kindred Megarity - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Age 53 in 1860 Cobb County census, Admitted to Richmond General Hospital #14 8/12/1862, Transferred 8/31/1862 to Mayo Island, No further military record

William Rhadamanthus Montgomery - Enlisted in 2nd SC Infantry for one year 5/9/1861, Reenlisted in Legion Co L as 1st Sgt April 1862, Transferred to 3rd Georgia Sharpshooter Battalion as 1st Lt in May 1863, Furloughed home in February 1865, Tried to return to Virginia (walked) but arrived after the surrender

Edwin R. Moon - Enlisted 3/15/1862, WIA (thigh) 5/6/1864 at Wilderness per casualty list in 6/8/1864 Athens Southern Banner, Surrendered and paroled at Appomattox 4/9/1865

Patrick J. Morris - Present on June 1862 roll, No further military record but we know he survived the war since he is listed on the 1870 Cobb County census, age 31

William T. Moore - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Captured at Gaines Farm (Cold Harbor) 6/1/1864 and imprisoned at Elmira, Died there of small pox 2/4/1865, Buried Woodlawn Cemetery grave #1738 (or 1832), Elmira, NY

Thomas O. Moore - Enlisted 4/4/1862, Captured 12/5/1863 in Tennessee and imprisoned at Rock Island until exchanged 5/23/1865 at New Orleans

William W. Oglesby - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Present on 12/31/1862 roll, Transferred to 3rd Ga Infantry per ANV SO #177 dated 4/27/1863

William C. Owens - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Died 11/2/1862 of disease at Washington, VA

William B. Pilgrim - Enlisted 3/15/1862, WIA (shoulder) at Fox's Gap,Md 9/14/1862, Present on August 1864 roll, Hospitalized October 1864, Paroled 4/19/1865 at Newton, NC

John E Ray - Enlisted 3/15/1862 in Co M then transferred into Co L spring of 1863, Captured at Gettysburg 7/2/1863 and imprisoned at Fort Delaware until exchanged 11/20/1864, Furloughed from Richmond hospital in November 1864, No further record

George D "Duff" Rice - Enlisted 9/7/1863, WIA (big toe, left foot) and captured at Knoxville 11/29/1863, Returned across the lines that same day, Wounded 7/1/1864, Died 7/3/1864, 7/3/1864 entry in W R Montgomery diary states "Duff Rice was wounded night before last while asleep in camp and died this morning at 3 o'clock." The Legion was in the Petersburg trenches at this time and would pull back to camps behind the line when not on duty in the trenches, It appears that a stray round from the front lines must have mortally wounded Rice as he slept

Joseph B. Richardson - Enlisted 8/23/1861 in Co I 7th Ga Infantry, Discharged 7/16/1862, Reenlisted 8/17/1862 in Co L, WIA (lost arm) at Fox's Gap, Md 9/14/1862, Furloughed from Richmond hospital February 1863, Still being paid at home in 1863/1864

Hezekiah N Roberts - enlisted 7/10/1861 in Co H 7th Ga Infantry, WIA (hand) at First Manassas, Discharged 3/1/1862 due to wound, Discharge shows him to be age 21 5'2" with blue eyes and black hair, Reenlisted 3/10/1863 in Co L , Furloughed 12/27/1864, No further record

William E. Ruede, 4th Cpl - Present on March 1863 roll, Transferred to 3rd Ga Sharpshooter Battalion May 1, 1863, (KIA at Chancellorsville per W R Montgomery letter dated 5/7/1863 and casualty list in 5/15/1863 Atlanta Southern Confederacy), Age 15 in 1860 Cobb County census, Son of A D and E B Ruede

Solomon H Sanders - Captured at Fox's Gap,Md 9/14/1862, Exchanged 11/10/1862, Died 2/17/1863 of pneumonia at Danville Va

James H Sauls - Enlisted 3/15/1862, WIA (lost leg) at Sharpsburg, Md 9/17/62, At home disabled for remainder of war

Henry Self - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Present until captured 4/6/1865 at Sailors Creek and imprisoned at Point Lookout until released 6/8/1865

James T. Self - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Discharged - overage 10/15/1862, Age 52

Albert R Shaw - Enlisted 6/9/1862, Discharged as underage 9/29/1862

Hiram Sherman Sr. - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Discharged - overage 10/15/1862, Age 70!!

Hiram Sherman Jr. - Enlisted 3/15/1862, MWIA (hit in back with shell) at Fredericksburg 12/13/1862, Died 12/21/1862

Theophilus A Smith, 2nd Cpl - Enlisted 3/4/1862, WIA (arm) 7/2/1863 at Gettysburg per casualty list in 7/20/1863 Atlanta Southern Confederacy, Captured 11/29/1863 at Knoxville and imprisoned at Rock Island until exchanged early 1865, Died Jackson hospital Richmond 3/31/1865 of ascites, Buried at Richmond's Hollywood Cemetery, Age 26 in 1860 Cobb County census, Born in SC

Joshua P Stephens - Not on Legion muster rolls, Transferred in from 7th Ga Co H early June 1863 and then transferred to Co F 3rd Ga Sharpshooter Battalion two weeks later, Captured 7/3/1863 at Gettysburg and imprisoned at Fort Delaware until released in June 1865, Born 8/11/1837 in Franklin county, Postwar pension application states his lower left leg was crushed in an accident while in a work detail in prison Oct 1864 and that he lost his right leg in 1866

William Pitchford Stephens - Enlisted 4/5/1862, Elected Lt Co M April 1862

H M Taylor - Enlisted 8/15/1862, Sick most of 1862/1863, Captured in Richmond hospital 4/3/1865, Died of chronic diarrhea 8/7/1865 in Savannah hospital, Buried Laurel Grove Savannah

Simeon J Taylor - Enlisted 3/26/1862, Last shown present on August 1864 roll, Death claim filed 1864, No further record

Benjamin J. Tribble - Enlisted 4/3/1862, Transferred to Cav Co C 5/2/1862, Death claim filed by father 2/23/1864 shows date of death as 6/26/1863

Mitchell Walraven - Enlisted 4/5/1862, Captured at Fox's Gap,Md 9/14/1862, Considered exchanged 11/10/1862, WIA (foot) at Gettysburg 7/2/1863, Accidentally wounded in foot 6/13/1864, Deserted 3/11/1865, Born 5/19/1839, Died 5/9/1915 in Cobb county, Buried at Post Oak Cemetery

William O Waters - Enlisted 3/15/1862, WIA (head) at Second Manassas 8/30/1862, Captured 7/2/1863 at Gettysburg and imprisoned at Fort Delaware until exchanged 2/18/1865, No further military record, Died in Houston TX 6/29/1904

Ira J. Weems - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Served reliably throughout the war, Last shown "present" on roll dated 1/28/1865, No further military record but known to have survived as he appears on postwar Cobb censuses, Age 27 in 1850 census

Henry C. White, 1st Sgt - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Medical discharge 9/14/1862, Age 21 in 1860 Cobb County census

Benjamin R Whitfield - Enlisted 4/5/1862, Transferred to Co A 18th Georgia Infantry in July or August 1862 in exchange for Richard Johnson, WIA 8/30/1862 at Second Manassas, Medical discharge 10/27/1863, Born in Georgia 6/25/1836

Green B Willingham - Enlisted 4/8/1862, Died 12/25/1862 at Richmond of small pox

Harrison Wilmoth - Enlisted 4/8/1862, Captured at Fox's Gap,Md 9/14/1862, Exchanged 11/10/1862, Captured at Knoxville 11/29/1863, POW at Rock Island until exchanged 2/15/1865, No further record, Born in NC 2/28/1829, Died Marietta, Ga 4/15/1902, Brother of Light and William Wilmoth

Light Heckleman Wilmoth - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Present on rolls until final record January 1865 showing furloughed, Born 1844 in Ga, Died 4/1/1886, Buried Marietta City Cemetery, Brother of Harrison and William Wilmoth

William J. Wilmoth - Enlisted 4/8/1862, Captured at Gettysburg 7/2/1863, Died 11/18/1863 of small pox at Point Lookout, Buried Point Lookout Confederate Cemetery, Scotland, Md., Born about 1841 in Ga, brother of Harrison and Light Wilmoth

Franklin M Wooten - Enlisted 4/5/1862, Deserted from Richmond hospital 10/18/1862, Shown deceased on 6/25/1863 report BUT 1911 pension application shows him very much alive, In it he states that he was discharged due to poor health 11/1862

J G Wooten - Enlisted 3/15/1862, Furloughed 5/30/1864, Last entry August 1864 shows him as AWOL, No further record

William J Wooten - Enlisted 5/16/1862, AWOL May 1862 ("forged a discharge and deserted"), Captured & confined in Atlanta December 1862, Back with unit March 1863, Roll dated 12/1864 states "discharged from hospital June 1864 and not heard from since, No further military record but we know he survived the war as he is listed in the 1870 Cobb County census, Age 29

James L. Wylie, 3rd Sgt - Enlisted 3/15/1862, WIA (chest and shoulder/ shell fragment) at Chancellorsville, Present until captured at Farmville Va 4/6/1865, Imprisoned at Point Lookout until released 6/22/1865

Richard C Wylie - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Died of pneumonia at Lynchburg Va 2/15/1864, Buried Lynchburg City Cemetery

James B. Young, 5th Sgt - Enlisted 3/15/1862, WIA at Sharpsburg, Md 9/17/1862, A&IG SO #212 dated 9/10/1862 had already discharged him for being underage, 14 years old in 1860 census

Joseph B Zibemy(Zibenne) - Enlisted March 1862, Discharged-overage 10/30/1862, Age 54
Compiled by Kurt Graham