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Infantry Battalion - Co M - Denmead Volunteers

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J M P Anderson - Enlisted 4/28/1862 as 3rd Sgt, Discharged 8/25/1862, age 23

William D Anderson - Enlisted 5/22/1861 in 2nd SC Infantry, Reenlisted in Co M 4/28/1862, Promoted to 2nd Lt 2/26/1863, Declined appointment to Captain Co F 3rd Ga Sharpshooter Battalion 6/9/1863, Seriously WIA at Cold Harbor, Retired to Invalid Corps 1/20/1865, Born 6/24/1833, Died 2/19/1894, Buried in Marietta City Cemetery

Toliver J Arrowood - Enlisted 4/28/862, WIA (face) 7/2/1863 at Gettysburg per casualty list in 7/20/1863 Atlanta Southern Confederacy, Captured at Knoxville 11/29/1863 and imprisoned at Rock Island, Took Oath and joined U S Army for frontier service enlisting in Co I 3rd U S Infantry 10/31/1864, Enlistment shows him to be 32 years old, 5'9" with blue eyes and dark hair, Mustered out at Fort Leavenworth Kansas 11/29/1865, Born April 1833 in NC, Died 9/11/1913 in Cobb county, Physicians statement with pension application notes that he lost the top part of three fingers on his left hand during the war

Albert C Ballenger - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Discharged 10/20/1862, Age 15 in 1860 census

William Bannister - Enlisted 4/28/1862, WIA (left arm) at Fox's Gap, Md 9/14/1862 and disabled for remainder of war, Born 1826 in Pendleton District, SC, Died 6/19/1900, Buried at Sandy Plains Cemetery in Cobb County, Ga., Uncle of William M Bannister

William M Bannister - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Shown as 1st Corporal on Sept/Oct 1862 roll, KIA at Fox's Gap, Md 9/14/1862, Nephew of William Bannister, Death claim filed by father John Bannister, Born in 1843 in Abbeville District, SC

William M "Billy" Barber - Enlisted 4/28/1862, WIA at Spotsylvania (hand), Interesting story in Paulding County Heritage book tells how Barber went to a hospital after his mangled finger became infected, After listening to the screams of soldiers inside who were having limbs amputated he decided to handle the problem himself, He did so by shooting the remains of his infected finger off with his rifle to cauterize the wound, Furloughed home and captured at Macon, Ga 4/20/1865, Born 3/8/1824 in Clarke County, Died 5/25/1926, Buried at Mount Zion Baptist Church Cemetery, Paulding County, Ga.

William S Bell - Enlisted 4/28/1862 as 2nd Sgt, Captured 9/12/1862 at Frederick, Md, Exchanged 10/2/1862, 1st Sgt 1/28/1863, Surrendered at Appomattox 4/9/1865

Green B Bentley - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Discharged 11/18/1862, Captured later in Georgia and sent north, Took Oath of Allegiance 9/26/1864 at Louisville, Ky, Born 11/29/1832, Died 12/25/1905, Buried at Gresham Cemetery in Cobb county

Henry H Bishop - Enlisted 4/28/1862, WIA at Gettysburg (leg), All further rolls show him hospitalized, Postwar pension application of his widow states that he died 6/18/1866 from consumption and chronic diarrea, Age 28 in 1860 census

J A Bishop - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Captured at Sailors Creek 4/6/1865 and imprisoned at Newport News until released 6/25/1865, Age 33 in 1860 census

Dempsey Smith Blackwell - Enlisted 4/28/1862, WIA (head) May 1863 at Chancellorsville per casualty list in 5/19/1863 Atlanta Southern Confederacy, WIA at the Wilderness 5/6/1864 (hand), Captured at Sailors Creek 4/6/1865 and imprisoned at Newport News until released 6/25/1865, Born 4/19/1829 in SC, Died 11/29/1888, Buried at New Providence Baptist Church Cemetery in Cobb county, Cousin of Jasper L and Marion C Blackwell

Jasper L Blackwell - Enlisted 4/28/1862 as 2nd Lt, Died at Hardeeville, SC of typhoid 6/12/1862, Born 3/17/1842, Brother of Marion C Blackwell, Buried at Blackwell family cemetery on Piedmont Road in Cobb County

Marion C Blackwell - Enlisted 4/28/1862, WIA at Sharpsburg, Md 9/17/1862, Surrendered at Appomattox 4/9/1865 (listed as W C Blackwell), Born 12/20/1843, Died Cobb County, Ga 8/25/1867, Brother of Jasper L Blackwell, Buried at Blackwell family cemetery on Piedmont Road in Cobb County

John Boatner - Enlisted 4/28/1862, All rolls show sick at hospital until discharged for chronic ascites 3/6/1863, Died in Henry County, Ga. 12/28/1925, Postwar pension application states that he was WIA Dec 1862 and his right leg was disabled, Age 20 in 1860 census

Silas W Booker - Reenlisted 4/28/1862 (previously in Co C 22nd Ga Infantry until discharged for disability 3/10/1862), WIA 11/29/1863 at Knoxville per casualty list in 2/3/1864 Athens Watchman, Roll dated 1/14/1864 shows him wounded in hospital, Surrendered at Appomattox 4/9/1865, Born 6/2/1832, Died 8/5/1905

Robert W Brasselton - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Transferred to Legion Cavalry Battalion Co C 10/16/1862, Age 26 in 1860 census

John M Brown - Reenlisted 4/28/1862 (previously in Co A 3rd Ga State Troops until mustered out in April 1862), Surrendered at Appomattox 4/9/1865, Born Cobb County, Ga 9/21/1841

John Pleasant Bryan - Reenlisted 4/28/1862 (was previously in Co I 7th Ga Infantry, WIA at First Manassas and discharged in December 1861), Captured at Fox's Gap, Md 9/14/1862, Exchanged 10/2/1862, Captured at Knoxville 11/29/1863 and imprisoned at Camp Chase, Ohio until taking the Oath 6/10/1864, Turns up in Richmond hospital 3/16/1865, Furloughed home 3/30/1865, Born 5/2/1841 in Franklin County, Ga., Died 5/17/1925, Buried at Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Hulaco, Alabama

Henry C Cleveland - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Transferred to 3rd Ga Sharpshooter Battalion in May 1863, Captured 8/16/1864 at Front Royal and imprisoned at Elmira until exchanged 3/2/1865, Age 16 in 1860 census

Alvin Sherwood Coker - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Surrendered at Appomattox 4/9/1865 (listed as A S Coke), Born 3/22/1835 in Franklin county, Died 2/12/1919 in Cobb county and buried at Antioch Cemetery

John V Coker - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Last entry in service record shows him furloughed home from a Richmond hospital 3/3/1863, Coker family bible shows that he died in April 1863 but does not indicate cause or location (information provided by Ms Martha W Mangum of Marietta, Ga.), Age 32 in 1860 census

Larkin H Coker - Not shown on muster rolls so enlistment date unknown, Only entry in service record is an Appomattox surrender/parole entry so it is probable that he enlisted after the final roll was done in January 1865, Born 5/25/1829 to Larkin and Amy Coker, Died 4/21/1905 in Walker County Alabama, Buried there at South Lowell Cemetery

Charles B Collins - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Captured 9/14/1862 at Fox's Gap, Md., Exchanged 10/2/1862, Shown sick on rolls in 1863, Sent to Atlanta hospital 7/17/1863, WIA 11/29/1863 at Knoxville per casualty list in 2/3/1864 Athens Watchman, Deserted 12/14/1863, Took Oath of Allegiance 1/16/1864, Born 1840 in Cobb county

William Pinckney Dawson - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Sick in 1862 and early 1863, Last shown on roll dated 1/30/1865, No further record, Born 6/18/1842, Died 5/20/1905, Buried at Dawson Cemetery in Cobb County

William DeVore - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Sick in 1862 and early 1863, Died 2/4/1863 at Richmond hospital GH 26 of cancum oris, Death claim filed by wife Mary DeVore, Buried at Oakwood Cemetery in Richmond as W Devan

James P Dobbs - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Died 11/14/1862 at Farmville, Va. hospital of typhoid pneumonia (there is another death record indicating that J P Dobbs died 11/13/1862 from typhoid at Richmond's Winder hospital AND there is a James P Dobbs Jr listed as buried at Richmond's Hollywood Cemetery so death location is in doubt), Death claim filed by father Selcer Dobbs, Age 16 in 1860 census

J P Dobbs Sr - Enlisted 4/28/1862, A card in his record shows him dying 11/13/1862 at Winder hospital from typhoid BUT this is almost certainly a misplaced entry for James P Dobbs since J P Dobbs Sr is not reflected on rolls after 7/1/1862, He died 11/6/1864 and is buried in the Marietta City Cemetery so it is likely that he was discharged in 1862, Born 1/10/1833

William B Dobbs - Enlisted 4/28/1862, WIA (hand) 9/17/1862 at Sharpsburg, Md., Jan/Feb 1863 roll states "discharged on account of wound received in battle of Antietam", Died 12/28/1887, Widow's pension application states his DOB as 7/7/1833 and that he died from chronic diarreah contracted in the war, Age 23 in 1860 census

Aaron C Donehoo - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Transferred to Co L 6/1/1862

Samuel Drake - Enlisted 4/28/1862, MWIA (left shoulder & face) 12/13/1862 at Fredericksburg, Died at Richmond GH#4 12/24/1862, Buried at Hollywood Cemetery (section S lot 339) in Richmond under the name of S Drink, Age 26 in 1860 census, Born about 1833 in Hancock County to Cargill and Martha Drake Drake, Controversial article in 1901 Marietta newspaper claims that Drake shot and killed General T R R Cobb at the battle of Fredericksburg in retaliation for an earlier disciplinary incident

William P Dukes - Enlisted 6/15/1862, Died 9/25/1862 at Martinsburg, Va., Cause of death not known, Death claim filed by widow Anna Dukes

Hastings (Haston) Dunn - Enlisted 4/28/1862, present through war, Roll dated 1/30/1865 states "Absent on furlough of indulgence", No further military record, Age 25 on 1870 Cobb County census, Born in South Carolina to Allen and Elizabeth Dunn, Brother of Hosea Dunn, Died 12/4/1905 in Calhoun County, Ms.

Hosea Dunn - Enlisted 4/28/1862, "Present" on roll dated 1/14/1864, No further record, Born in South Carolina to Allen and Elizabeth Dunn, Brother of Hastings(Haston) Dunn

John Dunn - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Transferred to Co L 6/1/1862

Joseph Dunn - Enlisted in Co L 4/28/1862, Transferred into Co M 6/1/1862, "present" on roll dated 1/30/1865, No further military record but we know he survived the war since he is shown in the 1870 Cobb County census, age 44, Born June 1826, Died 3/09/1892, Was thrown from a mule and broke his neck, Buried Marietta City Cemetery

Enoch R Edwards - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Shown as 3rd Sgt on roll dated 1/14/1864, AWOL on 10/1/1864 roll, 12/12/1864 roll states "resigned as Sgt 10/1/1864", Captured at Sailors Creek 4/6/1865 and imprisoned at Newport News until released 6/25/1865, Born at Spartanburg, SC 8/23/1829, Died 4/11/1913

A W R Fickett - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Discharged for disability 6/12/1862

Hiram W Folds - Enlisted 4/28/1862, KIA 9/14/1862 at Fox's Gap, Md., Death claim filed by father Eli Folds

William Martin Frey - Enlisted 4/28/1862, WIA (side) and captured 7/2/1863 at Gettysburg and imprisoned at Point Lookout until paroled 5/3/1864, Received at Aikens Landing for exchange 5/8/1864, "Present" on roll dated 1/30/1865, No further record, Born 6/2/1831 in SC to John T & Mary Ann Banks Frye, Brother of Samuel, and Daniel Frey of Co L, Died 7/9/1909, Buried at New Hope United Methodist Church Cemetery in Cobb county

William Galtol - No enlistment date shown, Discharged at Richmond 11/1/1862

John D Gantt - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Shown as 5th Sgt on roll dated 1/14/1864, Furloughed to Hamburg SC 12/18/1864 from Jackson hospital Richmond after bout of pneumonia, No further record, Born 6/14/1834, Died 6/2/1903, Buried at Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery

Reuben D Gantt - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Died 12/25/1862 at Howards Grove hospital of small pox, Death claim filed by brother John D Gantt

W D Gillham - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Detailed as Division blacksmith on roll dated 1/14/1864 with notation "left in Virginia" which indicates that he did not go west with McLaws division in Sept 1863, Surrendered at Appomattox 4/9/1865

William Frank Gray - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Died in camp near Fredericksburg, Va. 2/16/1863 (cause unknown), Death claim filed by wife Mary M Gray

Travis Grimes - Enlisted 4/28/1862, AWOL 10/20/1862 and on all rolls thereafter

W W Grist - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Casualty list in 11/9/1864 Athens Southern Banner shows as severely wounded in the arm 10/19/1864 at Cedar Creek, Admitted to Charlottesville hospital 10/24/1864 with gun shot wound to left arm, Shown as 4th Sgt on roll dated 12/3/1864, Sent home on wounded furlough 12/13/1864, Captured 4/6/1865 at Sailors Creek and imprisoned at Newport News until released 6/25/1865

Benjamin Judson Hamby - Enlisted 4/28/1862 as 1st Sgt, Elected Brevet 2nd Lt 1/27/1863, WIA (left wrist) 11/29/1863 at Knoxville, Surrendered at Appomattox 4/9/1865, Born in Walton county Ga 10/11/1836 to David C and Olive Daniell Hamby, Brother of David and Micajah Hamby, Died 7/5/1917, Buried at Maloney Springs Cemetery, Fair Oaks (now part of Marietta) Ga.

Francis Marion Hardman - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Captured at Gettysburg 7/2/1863, Died at Point Lookout 3/13/1864 from pneumonia, Buried at Point Lookout Confederate Cemetery, Scotland, Md., Born in Ga. 5/20/1828 to Naman and Joicy Smith Hardman, Older brother of James N Hardman

James Newton Hardman - Enlisted 4/28/1862, WIA (left heel) 7/2/1863 at Gettysburg, Surrendered at Appomattox 4/9/1865, Born in Ga. 6/6/1837 to Naman and Joicy Smith Hardman, Died in Cullman County Alabama 8/1/1913, Buried at Valley Springs Cemetery, Younger brother of Francis M Hardman

Samuel Young Harris - Enlisted 4/28/1862 as 4th Sgt, Promoted to 1st Lt 8/12/1862, Promoted to Captain 2/1/1863, Captain Harris was furloughed in February 1865 and went to South Carolina where his family had "refugeed", He married Miss Mary Catherine Elizabeth Latimer there and then returned to Virginia in late March, He was wounded (flesh, scalp and left index finger) and captured at Sailors Creek 4/6/1865 and died at Burkeville, Va. 4/9/1865. There is a comment in a reminiscence penned by his younger half sister Mattie Harris Lyon that her "Bro Sam was killed by a stray round the day after the surrender", In view of the apparent minor nature of his wounds this may well be an accurate description of how he died, Records indicate that he was buried in the small Confederate Cemetery there, Born in 1838 in Abbeville, SC to Ezekiel Calhoun and Rebecca Harris Young Harris

David H Hembree - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Died 6/17/1862 at Camp Pritchard, SC of measles, Death claim filed by widow Sarah Hembree

E R Herring - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Transferred to 3rd Ga Sharpshooter Battalion in May 1863, Last shown on roll for August 1863, No further record

John W Hodge(s) - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Captured 9/14/1862 at Fox's Gap, Md., Exchanged 10/2/1862, Casualty list in 7/2/1864 Richmond Enquirer shows him slightly wounded between 5/6/1864 and 5/16/1864, Deserted near Petersburg, Va. 3/25/1865, Took Oath of Allegiance and sent to Jeffersonville, Indiana

W H Hudson - Enlisted 1/8/1864, Detailed as a Brigade HQ guard, Surrendered at Appomattox 4/9/1865, Born 3/14/1845, Died 2/28/1914, Buried at Greenwood Cemetery, Cedartown, Polk County, Ga

John Thomas Hunton - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Captured at Sailors Creek 4/6/1865 and imprisoned at Point Lookout until released 6/28/1865, Born 5/10/1833 in Campbell county, Died 10/6/1910, Buried at Marietta Campground Cemetery in Cobb county

Andrew J Inzer - Enlisted 4/28/1862, WIA 9/14/1862 at Fox's Gap, Md., MWIA (bladder) 11/29/1863 at Knoxville, Died 12/13/1863 at Middlebrook GH, Buried "in woods near shops four miles from Knoxville"

Eliph E Johns - Enlisted 4/28/1862, "Present" on all rolls throughout the war, Casualty list dated 7/2/1864 in Richmond Enquirer lists him as slightly wounded during the period 5/6/1864 and 5/16/1864, Surrendered at Appomattox 4/9/1865

John A Jolly - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Furloughed home 12/8/1863 suffering from chronic dysentry, Died at home 1/26/1864, Death claim filed by father Jesse Jolly

John M Kemp - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Roll dated 10/5/1864 shows "wounded in hospital", Casualty list in 7/2/1864 Richmond Enquirer shows him wounded (leg amputated) between 5/6/1864 and 5/16/1864, 1906 Roster Commission roll shows him "wounded in left leg necessitating amputation above the knee at Wilderness May 6, 1864", Roll dated 12/13/1864 shows him "disabled and at home in Georgia

Solomon M Kemp - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Died at Camp Pritchard, SC 6/15/1862 from measles

William M Kemp - Enlisted 4/28/1862, WIA (chest) 7/2/1863 at Gettysburg per casualty list in 7/20/1863 Atlanta Southern Confederacy, Captured at Deep Bottom 7/28/1864 and imprisoned at Elmira, NY 8/8/1864, Shown on a prison list dated 2/20/1865 of men to be sent to James River for exchange with the notation "unable to travel", He died at Elmira 2/26/1865 from pneumonia and is buried at Woodlawn Cemetery grave 2117

Elisha N Knight - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Shown as a teamster in 1862/1863, WIA (hip) 7/2/1863 at Gettysburg per casualty list in 7/20/1863 Atlanta Southern Confederacy, Listed as Brigade blacksmith on roll dated 10/5/1864, Roll dated 1/30/1865 shows him "absent on furlough of indulgence", No further record

Ephraim M E Knight - Enlisted 4/28/1862 as 5th Sgt, Shown as a private on roll dated 1/14/1864 roll, Captured 7/2/1863 at Gettysburg and sent to DeCamp Hospital, David's Island, New York harbor with fever, Exchanged during August 1863, Captured again at Cedar Creek 10/19/1864 and imprisoned at Point Lookout until released 6/28/1865

Robert M Lamaster - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Shown detailed as a pioneer (construction worker) on 1862 rolls, Listed "sick at hospital on rolls dated 1/14/1864, 10/5/1864, 12/13/1864 and 1/30/1865 but there are no hospital records in his file to indicate what his ailments were, Surrendered at Appomattox 4/9/1865

William H Land - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Elected 2nd Lt 8/12/1862, Found incompetent by an examining board 1/29/1863 and returned to the ranks as a private, Transferred to Legion Cavalry Co C 2/12/1863

Thomas Lemaster - Enlisted 11/23/1863, Shown sick on all rolls, Final entry at Lynchburg hospital 12/21/1864 shows him "transferred to Brigadier General Colston"

John P Martin - Enlisted 4/28/1862 as 4th Corporal, Discharged for disability 10/8/1862, age 29, Born 3/11/1833, Died 6/18/1909

W B Martin - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Shown "absent sick at hospital" on all 1862 rolls and roll for Jan/Feb 1863, Shown "AWOL since 11/11/1863" on roll dated 1/14/1864 but returns as he is shown "present" on later 1864 rolls, Deserted 2/23/1865 near Petersburg, Took Oath and sent to Columbus, Ohio

Ezekiel L Mason - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Captured 7/26/1864 at Deep Bottom and imprisoned at Point Lookout until transferred to Elmira 8/8/1864, Released from Elmira 7/7/1865, Born 1835, Died 1920, Buried at Marietta City Cemetery

William T Mason - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Captured 7/2/1863 at Gettysburg and imprisoned at Fort Delaware until exchanged March 7 1865, No further record, Born 7/14/1842, Died 1913, Buried at Marietta City Cemetery

James Franklin McCleskey - Enlisted 4/28/1862 as Captain, Elected Cobb county Sheriff 1860, Born 3/4/1833 in Hall county to Thaddeus H and Asenath Smith McCleskey, Older brother of M T McCleskey, Resigned 2/1/1863 to return to old job in Sheriff's Department of Cobb county, 1862 Resignation of Lt John T Robertson (elected Cobb sheriff in 1862) states that McCleskey was the Deputy Sheriff, Served in Co C 9th Ga State Cavalry Battalion during 1863 and later enlisted as Captain of Co E 2nd Ga Reserves 4/1/1864, This unit served as prison guards at Andersonville until war's end, Captain McCleskey moved his family to Arkansas in 1869 and died at Eldorado 9/8/1913, Buried there at Fredonia Cemetery

Milton Turk McCleskey - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Promoted to 3rd Sgt 6/28/1862, Demoted to private in 1863 (see ANV GO 55 4/9/1863, court martialed for violation of AIG SO #3), WIA 7/2/1863 at Gettysburg per casualty list in 8/12/1863 Athens Southern Banner, "Present" on roll dated 1/30/1865, No further military record, Born 4/15/1842 to Thaddeus H and Asenath Smith McCleskey, Younger brother of Capt J F McCleskey, Pension application states he surrendered at Appomattox but he is not shown on the parole list, Died 11/7/1922, Buried at Marietta City Cemetery

Harvey E McKee - Enlisted 4/28/1862, WIA 9/14/1862 at Fox's Gap, Md., Died 6/6/1864 at Liberty, Va. hospital from pneumonia, Originally buried on Piedmont Hill but moved to Longwood Cemetery at Bedford, Va. in 1921, Born in 1831

Thomas Isaac Meek - Enlisted 4/28/1862, WIA (right arm) & captured at Knoxville 11/29/1863, Imprisoned at Louisville until transferred to Camp Chase 2/25/1864, Paroled at Fort Delaware 9/14/1864, Age 24, Admitted to Jackson hospital Richmond 9/22/1864 with wound to arm (original Knoxville wound), Furloughed 9/26/1864 for 60 days, No further record, 1906 Roster Commission roll notes that wound left him permanently disabled, Born 7/28/1843, Died 12/3/1898, Buried at Midway Presbyterian Church cmetery in Cobb County

Francis Marion Megarity - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Transferred to Infantry Co C in Jan 1863, WIA (right leg) 4/6/1865 at Sailors Creek, Paroled at Farmville, Va 4/9/1865, Born 3/15/1831 to Archibald and Charlotte Megarity, Brother of Green O and James A Megarity, Died 3/8/1901, Buried at Holly Springs Memorial Cemetery in Cobb county

Jesse H Moore - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Transferred to 3rd Ga Sharpshooter Battalion in May 1863, Captured 4/6/1865 at Sailors Creek and imprisoned at Point Lookout until released 6/29/1865

Cornelius T Murdock - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Shown as 4th Corporal on Sept/Oct 1862 roll, Promoted to 1st Corporal in early 1863, Captured 7/2/1863 at Gettysburg and imprisoned at Fort Delaware until transferred to Point Lookout in Oct 1863, Exchanged 2/13/1865, No further record, Postwar pension application says he was at home on furlough when the war ended, Born 2/25/1840, Died 5/12/1918, Buried at Holly Springs Memorial Cemetery

James R Murdock - Enlisted 4/28/1862, WIA (right arm) at Spotsylvania, Captured 4/6/1865 at Sailors Creek and imprisoned at Newport News until released 6/25/1865, Born 3/16/1832 in SC, Died 9/30/1899, Buried at Holly Springs Memorial Cemetery

Willis F Murdock - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Promoted 4th Corporal 12/1/1862, Last shown on roll dated 1/30/1865 as being on "furlough of indulgence", No further record, Pension application states he was home on furlough at war's end and also stated that he was shot in the left temple at Fredericksburg causing loss of sight in his left eye, Born 11/13/1841, Died 2/21/1920, Buried at New Providence Baptist Church Cemetery

Joseph P Pitts - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Service record indicates he died 1/27/1863 at Howards Grove hospital from measles and typhoid BUT hospital/burial records at Lynchburg make it clear that he died 1/28/1863 at Knight's Factory hospital, Lynchburg, Va of small pox, Buried at Lynchburg City Cemetery #9 in 3rd line lot 101, Born 1839, age 23, Death claim filed by widow Mrs Molly Ann Pitts

Malachi W Pitts - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Captured in Maryland Sept 1862, Paroled at Keedysville, Md 9/20/1862, Roll dated 1/14/1864 shows him detailed to the Brigade Provost Guard as do later rolls, Last shown on roll dated 1/30/1865, No further record, Born 12/20/1836 in South Carolina, Murdered 6/15/1895 in Cobb county by neighbor J W Eaton over a land boundary line dispute, Buried at Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery

Daniel Hollingsworth Ponder - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Captured 9/14/1862 at Fox's Gap, Md., Exchanged 10/2/1862, Surrendered at Appomattox 4/9/1865, Born 3/13/1837 in Forsyth county, Died 3/24/1914 in Grady county, Buried Trinity Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Brother of James Ponder

James Tillman Ponder - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Roll dated 1/14/1864 lists him "wounded at hospital", Captured 6/1/1864 at Cold Harbor, Imprisoned at Point Lookout until transferred to Elmira NY 7/12/1864, Released 7/7/1865, Born 1839 in Forsyth county, Died 1918 in Grady county, Buried at Elpino Baptist Church Cemetery, Brother of Daniel Ponder

John W Price - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Died 6/19/1862 from measles at Camp Pritchard, Hardeeville, SC, Death claim filed by father Calvin Price, Brother of Robert J Price

Robert J Price - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Died 8/6/1862 at home in Cobb county Ga from measles relapse and scarlett fever, Death claim filed by father Calvin Price, Brother of John W Price

David M Quinn - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Shown at Richmond's Chimborazo hospital 8/1/1862, Returned to duty 8/3/1862, No further record

John E Ray - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Captured 7/2/1863 at Gettysburg and imprisoned at Ft Delaware until transferred to Point Lookout 10/22/1863, Paroled for exchange 10/11/1864, Furloughed (30 days) from Jackson hospital Richmond 10/20/1864, AWOL on 1/28/1865 roll, No further record

Joel Posey Reid - Transferred in from Legion infantry Co C 1/20/1863, Transferred from Co M to Legion cavalry Co C 2/11/1863

Thompson H Reid - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Teamster, Often sick in 1862/1863, Captured at Cedar Creek 10/19/1864 and imprisoned at Point Lookout until released 6/17/1865

Mark Reeves - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Present on rolls throughout war, Shown present on roll dated 1/30/1865, No further record, Postwar pension application says he surrendered at Appomattox but his name is not listed on the parole list, Born 11/9/1834, Died 1918

Isaac K Robertson - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Captured 7/3/1863 at Gettysburg and imprisoned at Ft Delaware until transferred to Point Lookout 10/20/1863, Died 11/4/1863 from typhoid, Buried at Point Lookout Confederate Cemetery Scotland, Md.

J P Robertson - Enlisted 4/28/1862, WIA 9/17/1862 (hand) at Sharpsburg, Md., Furloughed from Richmond GH #8 10/13/1862, Discharged 4/7/1863, 1906 Roster Commission roll lists him as I P Robertson

John T Robertson - Enlisted 4/28/1862 as 2nd Lt, Resigned 8/6/1862 to return to being Sheriff of Cobb county, Ga.

Nathaniel Pinkney Robertson - Enlisted 4/28/1862 as 2nd Corporal, AWOL on roll dated 1/28/1864 and all later rolls, Deserted and took Oath of Allegiance at Camp Nelson, Ky 2/8/1864, Sent north of the Ohio River, No further record

Richard Sanders - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Died 11/26/1862 at Charlottesville from pneumonia, Buried at University of Virginia Confederate Cemetery at Charlottesville, Va., Death claim filed by widow Martha

William H Sauls - Enlisted 4/28/1862, WIA (arm amputated) and captured 9/14/1862 at Fox's Gap, Md., Exchanged 10/17/1862, At home disabled for remainder of war, Born 8/23/1844, Died 6/17/1908, Buried at Holly Springs Memorial Cemetery in Cobb county

Columbus Thomas Sewell - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Transferred to Cavalry Battalion Co B 11/1/1862 as blacksmith, Born 1/24/1833 in GA to Samuel and Sarah Lowe Sewell, Brother of Isaac and John W A Sewell, Died 6/11/1919, Buried at Mayes-Sewell Family Cemetery in Cobb county

Isaac Addison Sewell - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Transferred to Cavalry Battalion Co B 11/1/1862, Born 8/9/1832 in GA to Samuel and Sarah Lowe Sewell, Brother of Columbus and John W A Sewell, Died 7/5/1907, Buried at Mayes-Sewell Family Cemetery in Cobb county

John W Sewell - Enlisted 4/28/1862, WIA (head) 9/14/1862 at Fox's Gap, Md., Born 1842 in Cobb County to Isaac and Louisa Lowe Sewell, Last shown "present" on roll dated 1/30/1865, No further military record, Died 1/9/1888 in Miller County AK

John William Arnold Sewell - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Born 2/4/1843 in Paulding County GA to Samuel and Sarah Lowe Sewell, Brother of Columbus and Isaac Sewell, teamster, Last shown "present" on roll date 1/30/1865, No further record

M Fletcher Simpson - Enlisted 4/28/1862, teamster, Captured 4/6/1865 at Sailors Creek and imprisoned at Newport News until released 6/25/1865

William M Sizemore - Enlisted 4/28/1862, No further record

James E Smith - No enlistment date, Captured 9/14/1862 at Fox's Gap, Md., Exchanged 10/2/1862, Captured 1/17/1864 at Dandridge, Tn, Imprisoned at Rock Island until exchanged 3/2/1865, No further record

Joseph Smith - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Rolls show he deserted 12/4/1863 but Federal records show him captured in Tennessee 12/20/1863 and sent to Camp Chase, Ohio 2/4/1864 (or 1/4/1864), No further record

Irvin Stallings - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Captured 11/29/1863 at Knoxville, Imprisoned at Rock Island until dying there 3/31/1864 from small pox, Buried Rock Island prison cemetery grave #960

Joel C Stancell - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Captured 9/14/1862 at Fox's Gap, Md., Exchanged 10/2/1862, Rolls show he deserted 12/4/1863 near Knoxville, Tn but Federal records show him captured in Tennessee 12/18/1863, Imprisoned at Rock Island until escaping 9/26/1864, Entry states "escaped by placing a board against and scaling fence", No further record, Age 17 in 1860 census, Brother of John H and William R Stancell

John H Stancell - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Died 4/7/1863 at Lynchburg GH #4 of fever, Buried at Lynchburg City Cemetery #2 in 4th line lot 199, Death claim filed by widow Hulda, Age 29 in 1860 census, Brother of Joel C and William R Stancell

William R Stancell - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Roll states he deserted 12/4/1863 near Knoxville but Federal records show him captured there 12/5/1863, Imprisoned at Rock Island until released 6/18/1865, Age 20, Brother of Joel C and John H Stancell

John Stephens - No enlistment date, Shown as 2nd Lt on 11/1862 roll, No further record, Strong possibility that this is an erroneous entry for Lt William P Stephens

William Pinckney Stephens - Enlisted 4/28/1862 as 2nd Lt, Promoted to 1st Lt 2/1/1863, Captured 4/6/1865 at Sailors Creek and held at Johnsons Island Ohio until released 6/20/1865, Born 1/18/1837, Died 2/28/1892

Noah H Stewart - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Transferred to 3rd Ga Sharpshooter Battalion in May 1863, KIA at Knoxville 11/24/1863

William Talbert - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Discharged 10/17/1862 at request of father Clinton C Talbert who states his son was only 16 at enlistment and suffers from heart disease

Patillo F Tapp - Enlisted 6/15/1862, Promoted to 2nd Sgt 1/28/1863, Admitted to Jackson hospital Richmond 5/15/1864 with shell wound to left foot, Shown "present" on roll dated 1/30/1865, No further record, Died 9/14/1893

William Jasper Thomas - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Served reliably throughout the war, "Present" on all muster rolls, Surrendered 4/9/1865 at Appomattox, Born 8/17/1830 to Lewis and Elizabeth Ash Thomas, Died 4/13/1887, Buried at New Hope Methodist Church Cemetery in Cobb county

Gideon Trout - Enlisted 7/1/1862, Shown sick at hospital through February 1863 then shown as AWOL on all further rolls, No hospital records

Memory C Vaughn - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Died 9/1/1862 at Old College hospital Lynchburg, Va of typhoid, Buried Lynchburg City Cemetery #7 in 3rd line lot 177

Raleigh A Vawter - Enlisted 3/26/1862, Transferred to 3rd Ga Sharpshooter Battalion in May 1863, Deserted 12/14/1863 in Tennessee, Took Oath 1/10/1864 and sent north of the Ohio River

Peter Duane Whelan - Enlisted 4/28/1862 as company secretary, Admitted Jackson hospital Richmond 7/28/1864 with head wound, Captured 4/6/1865 at Sailors Creek and held at Newport News until released 6/25/1865

Simeon Whitehead - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Transferred to 3rd Ga Sharpshooter Battalion in May 1863, Shown "present" on January 1865 roll, No further record, Survived war, Buried in unmarked grave at Oak Hill Cemetery in Cartersville, Ga

Dewitt Clinton Winn - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Surrendered 4/9/1865 at Appomattox

Henry Lee Wise - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Surrendered 4/9/1865 at Appomattox, Born 10/7/1832, Died 8/9/1914, Buried in Queen City, Texas

Robert M Wood - Enlisted 4/28/1862, Transferred to 3rd Ga Sharpshooter Battalion in May 1863, WIA (foot) 5/12/1864 at Spotsylvania, Captured 8/16/1864 at Front Royal and imprisoned at Elmira NY until released 7/19/1865

David Stephen Wylie - Enlisted 4/28/1862 as 2nd Corporal, Captured at Cedar Creek 10/19/1864 and imprisoned at Fort McHenry until exchanged 2/20/1865, No further record, Pension application filed in Texas in 1913 states he was born 7/15/1833 and moved to Texas in 1872, Died 12/24/1913, Buried at Cahill Methodist Church Cemetery in Johnson County Texas

John Wylie - Enlisted 4/28/1862 as 1st Corporal, Shown as private on roll dated 12/3/1862 and thereafter, Captured 7/2/1863 at Gettysburg and imprisoned at Fort Delaware until transferred to Point Lookout in October 1863, Died there from small pox 11/27/1863, Buried at Point Lookout Confederate Cemetery, Scotland, Md.

Compiled by Kurt Graham