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Company F 12th Georgia Battalion Georgia Light Artillery

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Roster of Company F, 12th Georgia Battalion
Capt. George M. Hood

This company was organized in December 1862 when Capt. Samuel H. Crump's Company was split, forming Company D commanded by Capt. Joseph N. Taliaferro and Company F commanded by Capt. George M. Hood. Capt. Crump was promoted to Gen. W.H.T. Walkers Staff. Capt. Crump returned to the 12th Georgia at Petersburg in 1865. The company was made up of men from the Augusta GA area.


Allen R. A., Pvt. Furnished substitute, Bouyer R.F.

Allison J. Bellinger, 2Lt. Enlisted 5/1/62, Augusta, promoted 2Lt 1/19/63, Listed as wounded Monocacy, MD 7/9/64, surrendered 4/9/65 Appomattox.

Ashford R.A., Pvt., Enlisted 2/4/64, Augusta, Captured 7/16/64 Poolesville, MD, Took oath of Allegiance, sent to Maine. 1870 Census list Robert A. Ashford living Richmond Co GA age 30.

Atkinson A.D., Pvt., Enlisted 5/10/62, Augusta, Captured Fishers Hill 9/22/64. Listed in B.L. Neal's book as Avery Atkinson shown with a list of prisoners sent to Point Lookout.

Atkinson M.H., Pvt., Enlisted 5/1/62, Augusta, Wounded 7/9/64 and Captured Monocacy, MD, Exchanged 10/30/64. PR Applied 2/14/89 Brooks Co. Born GA 1/25/41. Wounded Monocacy, MD minnie ball entering below left Knee and passing through at Calf. Gangrene set in and wound never healed, remained a 2" diameter running sore. In 1891, Atkinson applied to have his pension transferred to Thomas Co. His leg was amputated in 1904 due to the unhealed wound. He died in Thomas Co. 1/6/17. His widow was Eliza A. Atkinson. They married in Jefferson Co. 11/15/66.

Attaway William, Pvt., Enlisted 4/6/63, Augusta, Captured 4/3/65 while in hospital at Richmond.

Baggett Francis A., Pvt., Enlisted 5/6/62, Augusta, Wounded 7/9/64 and Captured Monocacy, MD, Exchanged 10/30/64. PR Applied Washington Co. 4/10/95. Born 11/8/41 Warren Co. A farmer with a wife and 3 children, 2 boys 11 and 9, and a girl 7 or 8. They help with the work. Wounded on top of head. Physician stated that he had a gun shot wound to top of head that causes fits. Witness W.G. Knight of Washington Co. and the same battalion but a different company, stated that the applicant was discharged at the surrender. In a 1903 statement, Baggett said that he had been captured at Frederick City (Monocacy) 7/9/64. In 1903, he had 2 children, a boy 20, and a girl 16. Witness J.J. Doughty was wounded and captured 7/9/64, and applicant was present at that time. Witness further stated that he (the witness) was exchanged and at home in Augusta at the time of the surrender. In 1904 Baggett stated that he was exchanged from Point Lookout POW camp, and at home at the time of the surrender, and that he had attempted to get back to his command, but failed. J.W. Gibbs, a witness in 1904 stated that he (the witness) was captured 3/25/65 and sent to prison, and to the best of his memory, Baggett was wounded and captured at Frederick City, MD 7/9/64. Baggett did receive a pension, for in 1906 he applied to have it transferred to Johnson Co. In 1907 he applied to have his pension transferred back to Washington Co. Francis Baggett died 7/16/27 in Bibb Co.

Bartley Henry C., Pvt., Enlisted 2/4/64, Augusta, Wounded Monocacy, MD 7/9/64, in hospital at Winchester 7/24/64, Wounded and captured Fort Stedman near Petersburg 3/25/65, Arm amputated. 1850 Census list Henry Bartley age 6 living Richmond Co in the household of Patrick Bartley who was born Ireland.

Beale John W., Pvt., Enlisted 5/1/62, Augusta, AWOL 7/19/63, Arrested Charleston 8/63, AWOL 10/13/64, last entry. 1850 Census list John W. Beall age 14 living Richmond Co in the household of Elbert Blackstone, a laborer. PR James M. Cliett stated in 1907 that he transferred from the 28th GA into the 12th GA Battalion in exchange for John Beale 2/64.

Beaseley Soloman, Pvt., Enlisted 9/19/63?, Decatur, Conscript, Wounded 9/19/64 Winchester, VA. and Captured. 1850 Census list Soloman Beasley age 24, born N.C., living Richmond Co in the household of John Beasley.

Benton James M., Pvt., Enlisted 5/13/62, Augusta, In Jackson Hospital 5/28/63, old wound, Wounded and Captured 9/19/64 Winchester, VA.

Borchers George, Sgt., Enlisted 5/14/62, Augusta, Captured 9/19/64 Winchester, VA, Died Pt. Lookout, MD POW Camp 10/26/64, Buried Confederate Cemetery Point Lookout.

Bourne William J., Pvt., Enlisted 11/26/63, Augusta, Wounded 7/9/64 Monocacy, MD., Taken prisoner at hospital Frederick, MD. 7/10/64, Leg Amputated, Died Frederick, MD. 8/12/64, Buried Mt. Olivet Cemetery Frederick. PR Widow Catherine applied Fulton Co. 7/20/91. She had been a resident of GA all her life. They married in 1851. Witness' F.A. Baggett, S.R. Clark, and M.H. Atkinson. All 3 knew of the wounds received by Bourne. Atkinson was also wounded, Baggett saw Bourne the night before he died, when there was no hope of recovery. Records show that Catherine received a pension in Fulton Co. thru 1907.

Bouyer John M., Pvt., Enlisted 7/9/63, Savannah, Severely wounded Battery Wagoner 7/15/63, Wounded Winchester 9/19/64, Surrendered Appomattox 4/9/65 with Gen Lee. 1850 Census list John M. Boyer age 4 living Richmond Co in the household of Robert F. Boyer, a tin plate worker. In same household, Robert E. Boyer.

Bouyer R.E., Pvt., Enlisted 7/23/63, Charleston, Wounded Monocacy, MD. 7/9/64 powder explosion, Captured, Exchanged 10/30/64, Surrendered Appomattox 4/9/65 with Gen. Lee. 1850 Census list Robert E. Boyer age 2 living Richmond Co in the household of Robert F. Boyer, a tin plate worker. In same household, John M. Boyer.

Bouyer R.F., Pvt., Enlisted 5/16/63, Savannah, Substitute for R.A. Allen, Detailed to Augusta Arsenal 2/15/64 by Medical Examining Board. 1850 Census list Robert F. Boyer age 37, a tin plate worker, head of household in Richmond Co. In his household, John M. and Robert E. Boyer.

Bram G.R., Pvt., Captured Strasburg, VA. 10/23/64.

Briscoe L.M., Pvt., Enlisted 5/5/62, Augusta. PR Applied Dekalb Co 3/8/99, born 3/8/29 Oglethorpe Co. He left unit in the Spring of 1863 at Savannah, due to illness. Witness John A. Wilkerson of McDuffee Co. stated that Briscoe was discharged on account of Rheumatism, that while able, he had been a good soldier. At the time of the application, he was almost blind according to his doctor. Wife 68 years old, 4 married children living in different states. Briscoe sells fruit trees and makes shoes. His wife teaches at home. Listed as Invalid on UDC roster located in Special Collections 83-65-4 at Augusta College Library.

Broom Joseph, Pvt., Listed as Killed Winchester 9/19/64.

Brown Bellinger C., Cpl., Enlisted 5/6/62, Augusta, Promoted 2/1/64, Wounded 10/19/64 Ceder Creek, Disabled.

Carr Charles, Pvt., Enlisted 6/63, Savannah, Orderly for Colonel 1/64-4/64 Surrendered 4/9/65 Appomattox with Gen. Lee. 1870 census list Charles E. Carr living Richmond Co GA age 29.

Cauley Lewis, Pvt., Enlisted 2/12/64, Augusta, Present 12/64, Wounded Fort Stedman near Petersburg 3/25/65.

Champion James, Pvt., Enlisted 4/21/63, Savannah, Substitute for C.A. Rowland, Transferred to Navy 5/3/64.

Clark C. Edward, Pvt., Enlisted 5/8/62, Augusta, Wounded arm 10/19/64 Ceder Creek, Hospitalized. 1850 Census list Charles E. Clark age 12 living Richmond Co in the household of Samuel B. Clark, a Physician. In same household, Samuel R. Clark.

Clark Samuel Reuben, Pvt., Enlisted 5/8/62, Augusta, Wounded Monocacy, MD 7/9/64, Taken Prisoner 7/10/64 Frederick, MD, Rt leg amputated at POW hospital Frederick, MD, Transferred to hospital Baltimore, MD, Exchanged 9/23/64. The Confederate Veteran states that Clark died Hephzibah, GA 12/9/20. The CV also states that Clark was survived by 3 sons and 2 daughters, a sister, and 11 grandchildren. He was buried at the Brothersville Cemetery. 1850 Census list Samuel R. Clark age 6 living Richmond Co in the household of Samuel B. Clark, a Physician. In same household, Charles E. Clark. PR Witness for Catherine Bourne, Widow of William J. Bourne in 1891.

Cliett Charles, Pvt., Enlisted 2/12/64, Augusta, Surrendered 4/9/65 Appomattox with Gen. Lee. PR Applied Columbia Co. 8/22/01, born 3/18/45 Columbia Co. Witness Emanuel I. King stated that they both served until the surrender. Charles was a laborer with a wife and 5 children. In 1901, he had no means of support. He died 2/15. Widow applied Columbia Co. 10/13/19. Charley Cliett married Emma Farmer 4/2/74 in Richmond Co. She died 7/5/30 in Richmond Co

Cliett James M., Pvt., Enlisted 2/3/64, Augusta, Wounded Rt Hand Cold Harbor 6/2/64, Hospitalized 6/3/64 Richmond, AWOL 8/6/64. PR Applied Richmond Co. 2/23/95. Born Richmond Co. 10/16/41. James stated that he had been wounded in the left Hand 11/63 at Fort Sumter, lost middle Finger, and cannot grip with that Hand. Also wounded at the Battle of Turkey Ridge, VA 6/2/64, in right Hand, losing middle and index Fingers. Right Hand of more use than left. James furnished the following witness' in 1895: T. Hamill, C. Cliett, T. Parker, J.W. Ramsey, and J. Bottom. James reapplied in 1907 and stated that he first joined the 28th GA, and exchanged with John Beale 2/64, and took his place in the 12th GA Co. F. He further stated that he had been wounded at Mechanicsville, VA, sent to the hospital, and later sent to Augusta, GA. He was given Provost duty at Augusta when his Hand was well enough. He was at Augusta at wars close. A timber cutter when able, has a wife and 4? children all of age and gone from home. 1907 witness C. Cliett of Columbia Co. stated that he had known James all his life, 63 years. The witness stated that he had joined the company when the applicant transferred into it. The witness was present at the surrender, but the applicant was wounded at Gaines Mill Pond, VA. (Gaines Mill Pond, Mechanicsville, and Turkey Ridge all refer to the Battle of Cold Harbor) James M. Cliett died 10/26/09 in Columbia Co. Widow applied Richmond Co. 10/25/19. James married Mary J. Jones 3/18/80 in Richmond Co. She died 3/26/36 in Richmond Co. Buried at Westview Cemetery Augusta, GA.

Cook Isaiah, Pvt., Enlisted 5/12/62, Augusta, Wounded left hand mini ball 6/64, Wounded Winchester 9/19/64, Captured in hospital at Farmville, VA 4/8/65, Paroled Farmville 4/11-21/65. 1870 census list Isaah Cook living Clarke Co GA age 33. PR Applied Tattnall Co. 10/6/10. A resident of GA since birth. He stated that he was present at the surrender. Witness J.H. Rhodes of Jefferson Co. was at home on furlough at the time of the surrender, but that other members of the company told him that the applicant was present at the surrender. In a 1911 statement, Isaiah Cook stated that he was called Ike in the service. He further stated that the company was not at the Court House at Appomattox, but nearby on the Richmond & Danville Railroad, and from there he was paroled. He also said that he knows of no one living who was at the surrender with him, but several were there. It appears that pension was not allowed at that time, but eventually was allowed, for in 1917 his pension was transferred from Tattnall Co. to Toombs Co. Isaiah Cook died 2/4/25 in Toombs Co. Widow applied Toombs Co. 5/14/25. Isaiah Cook married Fannie L. Burgeron 12/16/83 in Jefferson Co. Witness to marriage and death, C.E. Cook of Chatham Co. She applied in Decatur Co. 6/1/35. Fannie was living with her son in Climax, GA. Witness her Brother, J.G. Burgeron and friend F.J. Oglesby. Isaiah and Fannie raised 6 children according to H.W. Perkins, Isaiah's former employer.

Cook John W., Pvt., Enlisted 5/12/62, Augusta, Listed as wounded Cold Harbor 6/2/64, Captured 7/14/64 near Washington, DC, Died 1/4/65 of Pneumonia at Elmira, NY POW Camp. 1850 Census list John Cook age 23, a mechanic born Penn., living Richmond Co in the household of James Mullin, a wheel wright from Ireland

Dawson Joseph S., Pvt., Enlisted 5/1/62, Augusta, Listed as Wounded Monocacy, MD & Died from Wounds, Present 12/24/64 last listing in file. 1850 Census list Joseph S. Dawson age 8, born KY, living Richmond Co in the household of Andrew H.H. Dawson, a Lawyer from KY.

Day John H., Sgt., Enlisted 5/1/62, Augusta, Mortally wounded 7/14/63 Battery Wagoner. Buried Magnolia Cemetery row 2 grave 18 Charleston, SC. Interment records list burial 7/16/63, cause of death gun shot wound rec'd Morris Island, died at hospital. 1850 Census list John H. Day age 12 living Richmond Co in the household of Almon Y. Day, a carpenter.

Dixon Henry E.L., Pvt., Enlisted 8/8/63, Augusta, AWOL 4/30/64, Surrendered Appomattox 4/9/65 with Gen. Lee. 1850 Census list Henry Dixon age 6 living Richmond Co. in the household of Frances Ann Dixon. PR Applied 2/3/89 in Fulton Co. A resident of GA all his life, since 3/4/44. Wounded Cedar Creek 10/19/64, when a cannon ball struck an oak tree and shattered the tree. Part of the tree struck Dixon, wounding left elbow and abdomen.

Doughty Joshua J., 1Lt., Enlisted 5/1/62, Promoted 1Lt. 1/14/63, Wounded Monocacy, MD 7/9/64, Captured near Washington, DC 7/12/64, Exchanged Fort Delaware 9/28/64, Received Varina, VA 10/5/64. RCS Permanently disabled when wounded at Monocacy. Also served in Co. D Ramsey's 1st. GA. Confederate Military History Vol. VII pg 614 list Doughty as born Richmond Co. 1841. Also states that he was wounded in the Mouth at Monocacy and captured at the Hospital at Frederick, MD. He was commanding the company at the time of his wound. The Augusta City Directory of 1880 list Doughty as employed by J.J. Doughty & Co. Cotton Brokers. Last listing for Doughty is in the 1914 directory.

Drier H., Pvt., Enlisted 5/1/62, Augusta, Substitute for J.E. Steed, Present 2/28/63 last entry.

Embree Gouverneur H., Pvt., Enlisted 5/13/62, Augusta, Transferred to 20th GA Cav. in exchange for Pvt. J.D. McCullers 12/16/63. 1870 Census list Gourvernier Embree age 24 living Columbia Co. PR Applied Richmond Co. 6/18/19. GA resident all his life, since 2/10/45. Joined Co. F 6th GA Reg. and served 6 months. Then served in 12th GA Battalion, and then transferred to 20th GA Cavalry. Horse killed at Trevilian Station and was afterward in Battle of Cold Harbor. Left command after Cold Harbor by order of Captain to gather horses. Sent of follow Sherman to get horses. Witness N.K. Butler Lt. Co. E 8th GA stated that Embree was with unit at surrender at Montezuma, GA. A petition in 1908 signed by Mayor W.W. Dunbar, Chief of Police M.J. Norris, former Chief of Police G.M. Hood, the Sheriff, and several other officials, stated that G.H. Embree was a faithful soldier. The file also includes a copy of a dues receipt from the UCV Camp 435 dated 1898.

Evans Charles H., Pvt., Enlisted 5/9/62, Augusta, Died Knoxville, TN Hospital 11/63.

Farr R.F., Pvt., Enlisted 5/2/62, Augusta, Discharged 4/29/63 by furnishing a substitute J.T. Loyd. 1870 Census list Robert F. Farr age 35 living Columbia Co.

Finch James, Pvt., Enlisted 5/8/62, Augusta, Surrendered 4/9/65 Appomattox with Gen. Lee. 1850 Census list James A. Finch age 8 living Richmond Co in the household of Floyd W. Finch, a carpenter.

Floyd Wiley, Pvt., Enlisted 3/4/64, Tebeauville, GA, Wounded by accidental discharge of gun 4/22/64, Detailed 1/18/65, Disable, Surrendered Augusta 5/19/65.

Ford John, Pvt., Listed as Wounded Cold Harbor 6/2/64 & Died from Wounds. 1850 Census list John M. Ford age 9 living Richmond Co in the household of Sinai Ann Barton.

Fuller Josh M., Pvt., Enlisted 10/30/63, Decatur, Conscript, Discharged by medical exam board 1/26/64.

Garaham James, Sgt., Enlisted 4/19/62, Augusta, Wounded Leg Fort Cliff 8/15/62, Wounded neck Monocacy, MD 7/9/64, Captured, Exchanged 3/18/65. RCS Transferred from Fort McHenry, MD to Point Lookout, MD 1/1/65. Paroled at Boulware & Cox's Wharves, James River, VA 3/18/65. Also served in Co. I Ramsey's 1st. GA in 1861.

Gibbs James W., Pvt., Enlisted 5/12/62, Augusta, Wounded shoulder 7/23/64, Wounded in back and captured Fort Stedman 3/25/65. 1850 Census list James Gibbs age 17 living Richmond Co in the household of John Gibbs. PR Applied Richmond Co. 9/1/03. Born Richmond Co. 6/19/32. A farmer and a peddler with a wife and a daughter 16 years of age at home. Enlisted 5/12/62 into Co. B, afterward Co. F, served until 3/25/65 when shot & captured. Wounded left side, ball coming out at Spine. Applicant was a prisoner at the time of the surrender. Witness R.J. Kennedy stated that he (the witness) was present at the surrender, and the witness confirmed the applicants statements. Gibbs died 10/21/09 Richmond Co. Widow Eliza L. Gibbs applied Richmond Co. for pension due deceased soldier. They married Richmond Co. 7/1/85. Obituary in Augusta Chronicle states age 77, buried Barton Chapel, Daughter Lizzie, 3 Sons: A.J., R.S., and J.E.

Gibbs Milton, Pvt., Enlisted 5/16/62, Augusta, Killed Fort Sumter 10/31/63. Buried Magnolia Cemetery row 8 grave 39 Charleston, SC. Interment records burial 11/1/63, cause of death falling of wall at Fort Sumter, died at hospital. 1850 Census list Milton E. Gibbs age 13 living Richmond Co in the household of William Gibbs.

Gibbs Nelson, Pvt., Enlisted 5/16/62, Augusta, 4/30/63 present, killed Isle of Hope, by accidental discharge of a gun 5/63.

Glisson Daniel W., Pvt., Enlisted 1/10/63, Borsebells, GA, Trans- ferred from 20th GA Cavalry 3/2/64, Sick in Richmond hospital, Returned to duty 6/12/64 final entry, Also listed as Wounded.

Glisson J.H., Pvt., Enlisted 5/22/62, Augusta, Transferred from 20th GA Cavalry in exchange for D.R. Green 4/63, Wounded Winchester 9/19/64, 11/1/64 listed as absent with leave since 9/19/64, Surrendered 5/19/65 Augusta and paroled. PR Applied Emanuel Co. 8/12/05, born 2/1/39 in NC. A resident of GA since 1857. He was wounded in the left hand according to physician's statement. Witness G.M. Hood, former Capt. of company. John Glisson was a farmer. At the time of application, he was supported by help of children. He had a wife and 4 children. His girls were ages 10 - 14. John H. Glisson died 3/7/22. Widow Vandella applied Emanuel Co. 7/31/22. They married 9/5/67 in Jefferson Co.

Granade Columbus, Cpl., Enlisted 5/5/62, Augusta, Gun shot wound arm 7/15/64, Appointed Cpl., Wounded in neck and captured Fort Stedman near Petersburg 3/25/65, Released 6/6/65. PR Applied Wilkes Co. 10/24/10. He had been a resident of GA all his life, since 5/5/31. Granade was a farmer. He stated that he had applied for a pension in 1899 on the grounds of disability due to wounds, but it had been refused for some reason. To the question when did he leave the command, he answered: "The command left me wounded behind Grant's B works in front of Petersburg 3/25/65." He further stated that he was severely wounded and captured and transported to City Point and to Washington D.C. He was released 6/65. Witness J.A. Wilkerson of McDuffie Co. was in Jackson Hospital at the time of the surrender.

Green D.R., Pvt., Enlisted 5/1/62, Augusta, Substitute for Thomas J Symms. Transferred to Macon 2/28/63 due to being infected with syphilis. 1850 Census list Daniel Green age 24, a laborer from Ireland, living Richmond Co. in the household of Barney Henry, an Irish laborer.

Gresham James D., Pvt., Enlisted 6/18/63, Savannah, Substitute for William Hill, Killed Winchester, VA 9/19/64.

Hamill Thomas, 1st. Sgt., Enlisted 4/19/62, Augusta, Wounded and captured 9/19/64 Winchester, VA leg amputated at POW hospital. PR Applied Richmond Co. 2/6/89. GA resident since 1854. He stated that he had been a Sgt. and that he was wounded at Winchester 9/19/64, and that he lost his right leg below the knee. Witness for James Cliett in 1895. Witness for T. Welch 1889 stated that he had been Ord. Sgt. RCS Transferred from Fort McHenry, MD to Point Lookout, MD for exchange 2/20/65. Also served in Co. I Ramsey's 1st. GA. Died 4/25/97 according to records Confederate Survivors Assoc meetings Augusta College Library.

Harveston George, Pvt., Enlisted 5/1/62, Augusta, Captured Maryland Hights, MD 7/7/64, Died of smallpox 8/15/64 a POW Elmira, NY.

Harveston William L., Pvt., Enlisted 5/10/62, Augusta, Listed as Wounded Cold Harbor 6/2/64, Surrendered 4/9/65 Appomattox with Gen. Lee.

Heath John Q., Pvt., Enlisted 9/18/63, Decatur, Conscript, Sick during much of the War, 11/1/64 listed as AWOL since 10/17/64 last entry.

Hill, Lewellyn R., Pvt., Enlisted 5/5/62, Augusta, 4/30/64 present, Color Guard, Killed carrying Colors Monocacy, MD 7/9/64. PR Widow Martha J. Hill applied Richmond Co. 4/10/91. She had been a GA resident since birth 1838. They married 5/2/62.(3 days before he enlisted) He died 7/9/64 from wounds received at Monocacy. 3 witness' were T. Hamill, J.W. Ramsey, and G.M. Hood.

Hitt, B. H., Pvt., Enlisted 5/14/64, Augusta, Wounded left hand 6/2/64, Furloughed 6/6/64, 11/1/64 listed as AWOL since 7/14/64. 1850 Census list Benjamine Hitt age 5, born S.C., living Richmond Co. in the household of Thomas E. Hitt, a clerk.

Hitt, R. G., Sgt., Adjutant [NATIONAL PARK SERVICE SOLDIERS AND SAILORS SYSTEM & FILM M266 roll 29]

Hitt, William M., Cpl., Enlisted 1/26/63, Savannah, Promoted Cpl. 3/30/63, Wounded Battery Wagner 8/16/63, In hospital 8/31/63, Sent to hospital 6/28/64, Detailed to Augusta 8/1/64 by medical examining board. 1850 Census list William M. Hitt age 8 living Richmond Co. in the household of Charles B. Hitt, a merchant. PR Applied 9/26/10 in Fulton Co. He was a resident of GA all his life. Enlisted Ramsey's 1st GA at Macon, taken prisoner following the Battle of Carrick's Ford VA (now WV) which occurred 7/13/61. Paroled 9/61, and formally exchanged 8/62. Reenlisted 12th GA at Savannah. Served in defense of Ft. McAllister, Morris Island & Battery Wagner, occupation of Fort Sumter when it was being demolished in 1863, participated in FL campaign, transferred to Army of Northern Virginia, in Battle of Cold Harbor at right of assaulting column, in defense of Lynchburg, and the movement up the valley until 7/64. At time of surrender Hitt was detailed to quartermaster service in Augusta. Witness H.D. Capers stated that Hitt was conspicuous for his gallantry on the field of battle. RCS Served in Co. I Ramsey's 1st. GA.

Holder, Daniel E., Pvt., Enlisted 2/13/63, Savannah, In hospital 6/4/64 with wound to left foot, Given furlough 6/8/64, 11/1/64 listed as AWOL since 8/7/64, Also listed as Discharged.

Holly James, Pvt., Enlisted 4/9/64, Tebeauville, 11/1/64 listed as absent sick since 6/18/64, Also listed as Wounded.

Hood George M., Capt., Enlisted 5/62, Augusta, Appointed Capt. Co F 12/28/62, Married Miss R.S. Broom 10/23/63 Hamburg, SC (Augusta Chronicle), Absent sick much of War, Dropped from rolls due to absenteeism 12/2/64, Pitisions to be returned to his command 1/5/65. RCS Confined in Blackie Hospital at Augusta 9/9/64 - 1/5/65. 1850 Census list George M. Hood age 9 living Richmond Co in the household of Alfred J. Hood, a painter. RCS Served as 2d Lt. in Co. I Ramsey's 1st. GA. 1880 Augusta City Directory list Hood as Sgt. City Police.

Hopps Henry S., Sgt., Enlisted 5/8/62, Augusta, Color Bearer, Gun shot wound thigh Cold Harbor 6/2/64, Admitted to hospital 6/3/64, Given 40 day furlough 7/23/64, Killed carrying Colors Ceder Creek 10/19/64. Confederate Military History states that he was attempting to rally the troops at the time he was killed.

Howard Samuel A., Cpl., Enlisted 4/17/62, Augusta, Promoted Cpl. 7/17/63, Wounded Monocacy, MD 7/9/64, 11/1/64 listed as AWOL since 10/12/64. RCS Roll made by members of the Company list Howard as having "served through war". Also served in Co. I Ramsey's 1st. GA.

Howard William S., Sgt., Enlisted 5/10/62, Augusta, 4/30/63 listed as present. PR Applied Richmond Co. 2/5/89. He stated that while in Gen. Gracie's Brigade, during the siege of Cumberland Gap, in the state of TN, he was carrying dispatches on horseback as a courier. He was riding at a rapid pace at night, going down the mountain on a very rough turnpike near Big Creek Gap, when the horse fell. The fall dislocated 2 Ribs and fractured his Collar bone, and caused a large and painful Hernia that still remains. Witness W.D. Wade stated that Howard served with his unit until he was left in NC a few weeks before the surrender due to injury. Howard was a witness for A.M. MacMurphy in 1910, and stated that he was a currier for Gen. Hampton and was carrying dispatches at surrender. Witness for A. Templeton 1911, he stated that he transferred to Co C 1st SC Cavalry 5/63.

Huff Jonathan B., Pvt., Enlisted 4/23/62, Augusta, Color Guard, Also listed as on litter bearer detail, 4/9/65 Surrendered Appomattox with Gen. Lee. 1870 Census list John B. Huff age 40 living Warren Co. PR Applied Warren Co. 4/8/95. Born 4/1/27 in Warren Co. A farm worker, attends to stock, wife dead, has 3 girls ages 40, 30, and 22. Enlisted 4/9/62 into B Co. 12th GA Battalion and served in that company until it was divided, afterward, served in F Co. until the surrender at Appomattox. Witness W.C. Langham of Glascock Co. stated that the applicant was a good soldier and served until the surrender. Applied to have his pension transferred to Walton Co. 1897.

Hughes David J., Pvt., Enlisted 5/27/63, Augusta, Substitute for William Deas, Wounded Fort Sumter back 10/31/63, Frequently sick after being wounded, 11/1/64 listed as AWOL since 5/15/64.

Hughes Joseph S., Pvt., Enlisted 2/3/64, Augusta, Listed as present 4/30/64, Also listed as Killed Cold Harbor 6/2/64 & Son of David J. Hughes.

Isdol Joseph S., Pvt., Enlisted 5/1/62, Augusta, Captured Monocacy, MD 7/9/64, Exchanged 10/30/64, Detailed 3/2/65. 1870 Census list Joseph Isdal age 35 living Warren Co.

Jefcotch John, Pvt., Enlisted 6/1/63, Augusta, Frequently AWOL, 7/26/64 admitted to hospital Charlottesville with wounded left foot, Given 40 day furlough 8/7/64.

Jenkins T. Barrett, Cpl., Enlisted 4/28/62, Augusta, Color Guard, Wounded Monocacy, MD 7/9/64, Detailed to QM, 4/9/65 Surrendered Appomattox. Died 8/5/93 according to records Confederate Survivors Assoc meetings Augusta College Library.

Johnson John D., Pvt., Enlisted 6/24/63, Savannah, Surrendered Appomattox 4/9/65.

Jones John, Pvt., Enlisted 1/24/64, Decatur, 9/2/64 admitted into hospital at Charlottesville wounded left thigh, Given 40 day furlough 9/8/64, 11/1/64 listed as AWOL since 10/20/64. 1850 Census list several John Jones in Richmond Co.

Jones Robert W., Pvt., Enlisted 3/4/64, Tebeauville, GA, 4/9/65 Surrendered Appomattox. 1850 Census list Robert Jones age 6 living Richmond Co. in the household of Thomas Jones, a laborer. 1870 Census list Robert Jones age 40 living Richmond Co.

Keener Henry C., Pvt., Enlisted 9/19/63, Decatur, Conscript, 2/2/64 discharged by medical examining board, age 43. 1850 Census list Henry Keener age 26, a carriage trimmer, living Richmond Co. in the household of William Keener, a butcher.

Kennedy Robert J., Pvt., Enlisted 1/27/64, Decatur, Surrendered 4/9/65 Appomattox. 1850 Census list Robert Kennedy age 5 living Richmond Co. in the household of Jackson Kennedy, a laborer. 1870 Census list Robert Kennedy age 24 living in Richmond Co. PR Applied Richmond Co. 8/20/02. Born 12/23/35 Augusta, GA. Has a wife and a child. He stated that he enlisted 1/63 at Augusta and served until the surrender 4/9/65. Witness J.H. Lawrence of Richmond Co. stated that he had known the applicant since 1859, and that they enlisted together 1/63 at Augusta, and that both were present at the surrender. R.J. Kennedy died 11/20/20 in Richmond Co. Widow Isabella applied Richmond Co. 10/27/21. Robert J. Kennedy married Isabella Wages 2/7/69 in Richmond Co. She had been a resident of Richmond Co. since 1853.

Kinehorn Thomas, Pvt., Enlisted 2/18/63, Savannah, Gun shot wound to neck penetrating pleura at Monocacy, MD 7/9/64, Died in POW hospital at Frederick, MD 7/28/64, Buried Mt. Olivet Cemetery Frederick, MD. 1850 Census list Thomas Kinneyhorn age 5 living Richmond Co. in the household of William Kinneyhorn, a laborer.

King Emanuel I., Pvt., Enlisted 5/1/62, Augusta, Gun shot wound rt leg Cold Harbor 6/2/64, 60 day furlough given 7/16/64, Surrendered Appomattox 4/9/65. 1850 Census list Emanuel King age 9 living Richmond Co. in the household of Jesse King, a laborer. In the same household, James and John King. PR Applied Richmond Co. 6/18/02. Born 6/14/40 in Richmond Co. A carpenter and farmer has a wife and 9 children all married and living by themselves. He stated that he enlisted 4/11/62 at Augusta and served about 3 years, and was present at the surrender. Physician's statement is that the applicant was wounded below left Knee joint and suffers great pain. Witness C. Cliett of Columbia Co. stated that they enlisted at the same time and that both were present at the surrender. E.I. King died 4/21/12. Widow applied Richmond Co. 8/10/12. E.I. King married Sarah Elizabeth Shirley 12/24/65 in Richmond Co. John W. King served as a witness for Sarah to prove marriage and death of husband. Sarah died Richmond Co. 3/6/30. RCS Served in Co. I Ramsey's 1st. GA.

King James A., Pvt., Enlisted 5/1/62, Augusta, Captured Winchester 9/19/64, Joined U.S. Army 10/18/64. 1850 Census list James King age 11 living Richmond Co. in the household of Jesse King, a laborer. In same household, Emanuel and John King.

King John W., Pvt., Enlisted 5/1/62, Augusta, 4/30/64 present, Also listed as Killed carrying Colors Monocacy, MD 7/9/64. 1850 Census list John King age 7 living Richmond Co. in the household of Jesse King, a laborer. In same household, Emanuel and James King.

Langley P.G., Pvt., Enlisted 5/8/62, Augusta, Reduced from Cpl. 3/20/63, In arrest 3/25/63, Court Martial 7/7/63.

Lawrence Joshua H., Pvt., Enlisted 1/27/64, Decatur, Wounded 9/19/64 at Winchester, VA, 11/1/64 listed as absent due to wounds, Present 12/24/64, Surrendered Appomattox 4/9/65. 1850 Census list Joshua Lawrence age 4 living Richmond Co. in the household of Eliza Lawrence. 1870 Census list Joshua Lawrence age 23 living Richmond Co. PR Applied Richmond Co. 8/20/02. Born Richmond Co. 1/29/47. Occupation Engineer, Fireman, and Mechanic. He has a wife. He stated that he enlisted at Augusta 1/63, and served until the surrender, and was present at the surrender. Witness R.J. Kennedy stated that he had known the applicant 50 years, and that they enlisted together, and that both were present at the surrender. Joshua Lawrence died 6/8/15 in Richmond Co. Widow Hephzibah applied Richmond Co. 7/29/15. They married 10/7/69 in Richmond Co. She died 2/6/18 in Richmond Co.

Loyd J.T., Pvt., Enlisted 4/29/63, Savannah, Substitute for R.F. Farr, AWOL 4/30/63.

Marshall William Mercer, Pvt., Enlisted 5/7/62, Augusta, Wounded left leg Cedar Creek 10/19/64, 11/1/64 listed absent with leave since 10/19/64. 1870 Census list William M. Marshall age 40 living Columbia Co. PR Widow Sarah C. Marshall applied McDuffie Co. 1/29/94. They married 4/6/52. She had been a resident of GA since 7/4/33. She stated that her husband served until wounded 10/19/64 at Cedar Creek. He was hit by a minnie ball in the left leg below the knee. He was never able to work or walk with out crutches. His death 1/31/77 was a direct result of his wound. He came home and never recovered, went to war a sound man, and came home a helpless cripple. 3 witness' A.J. Roberts and J.A. Wilkerson of McDuffie Co. and G.H. Embree of Pickens Co. confirmed that the wound never did get well, and he was cripple until his death.

May John F., Pvt., Enlisted 4/10/62, Augusta, Into 1st Co A and transferred with that to 63ed GA Inf 10/1/62, Transferred from 63ed GA to Co F 4/26/64 in exchange for Pvt R.J. Sevain, Captured 10/19/64 Ceder Creek, Exchanged 3/28/65. 1870 Census list John May age 34 living Columbia Co.

McClendon Joel, Pvt., Enlisted 3/7/63, Savannah, Discharged disable due to sickness.

McCullers John D., Pvt., Enlisted 5/22/62, Augusta, Present 11/1/64 last entry, Also listed as Missing no date. 1850 Census list John McCullers age 9 living Richmond Co. in the household of Alexander Dias.

McLendon Eldred, Pvt., Enlisted 5/9/62, Augusta, Furlough 2/65, Paroled Augusta 5/19/65.

McLendon John, Pvt., Enlisted 2/8/64, Coosawhatchee, SC, Present 4/30/64, Also listed as Discharged.

Meyers John W., Pvt., Enlisted 9/11/63, Charleston, SC, Killed Fort Sumter 10/31/63. Buried Soldier's Ground, Magnolia Cemetery Charleston, SC. Interment records list burial 11/1/63, cause of death falling of wall at Fort Sumter, died at hospital.

Melton T.J., Pvt., Killed Cold Harbor 6/2/64.

Mitchell W.H., Pvt., Enlisted 4/15/63, Savannah, Substitute for W.P. Butts, Transferred from 20th GA Cav 4/15/63, AWOL 4/30/63 only entry.

Moore James M., Pvt., Enlisted 6/6/62, Columbus, Transferred into 12th GA 5/3/64, Wounded Monocacy, MD 7/9/64, 7/25/64 in hospital at Charlottesville, VA, In hospital at Richmond 2/8/65 gun shot wound rt foot, Released from hospital 3/21/65, Captured High Bridge 4/6/65, Released 6/25/65.

Murphy Ed, Pvt., Enlisted 1/27/64, Decatur, Captured High Bridge 4/6/65. 1850 Census list 2 Ed Murphys in Richmond Co.

Nunn Thomas P., Pvt., Enlisted 5/1/62, Augusta, Absent due to syphilis during periods of the war, Gun shot wound rt arm Cold Harbor, Admitted to hospital at Richmond, VA 6/6/64, Died 6/20/64, Buried Hollywood Cemetery Richmond, VA area U-54. 1850 Census list Thomas P. Nunn age 18, a harness maker, living Richmond Co. in the household of Albert Hatch, a saddle and harness maker. In same household, George F. Taylor.

Parker Henry, Pvt., Enlisted 2/10/63, Savannah, Admitted to hospital in Savannah 5/25/63, Died 6/6/63.

Parker Robert, Pvt., Enlisted 5/1/62, Augusta, Substitute for R.H. Cliett, Wounded Monocacy, MD 7/9/64, Gave up to Enemy 7/24/64, Released 5/29/65. PR Applied Richmond Co. 8/22/02. Born Edgefield District SC 8/9/46. Works for Railroad and cuts trees, lost right arm working in cotton mill in SC. Has 7 children who support themselves. He stated that he enlisted at Augusta and served until 8/5/64 when he was captured and taken to Elmira, NY and remained in prison until after the surrender. Witness G.M. Hood stated that he (the witness) was at home recruiting at time of surrender. He further stated that the applicant 5 of applicants children have families of their own. 1 age 20, lives in Savannah, and 1 age 18, lives with his sister. The applicant has not had custody or control of his minor children for several years.

Parnell William King, Pvt., Enlisted 5/12/62, Augusta, In Savannah jail under civil authority 6/10/63 - 4/23/64, Gun shot wound rt leg Monocacy, MD 7/9/64, Taken prisoner at hospital Frederick, MD 7/10/64, Exchanged 10/30/64, Disable.

Paschal William, 1stSgt., Enlisted 5/1/62, Augusta, Wounded Cold Harbor 6/2/64, Surrendered Appomattox 4/9/65 with Gen. Lee. PR Applied Telfair Co. 1/22/98. Born 1834 in SC. A resident of GA since 1834. A farmer, supported by help of son. Has 3 children with him, 2 of them are afflicted and can't do anything to help. Have son age 21 who helps some. Enlisted 1861 at Augusta, and remained until war closed. Served 3 years and 6 months, discharged at surrender in VA. Witness W.H. Stone of McDuffie Co. stated that the applicant left McDuffie Co. in 1867 or 68. He was a good soldier, discharged at the surrender.

Phillips James, Pvt., Enlisted 1/26/63, Richmond County, 3/2/64 transferred from 20th GA Cav, Captured Harrisonburg 9/25/64, In POW hospital with chronic diarrhea, Exchanged 10/30/64. 1850 Census list James Phillips age 9 living Richmond Co. in the household of James Phillips, a carpenter.

Putnam Thomas W., Pvt., Enlisted 1/26/63, Camp Mercer near Savannah, Died while at home on leave 4/29/63.

Ramsey John F., Pvt., Enlisted 5/14/64, Augusta, Listed as Wounded Cold Harbor 6/2/64, Present 12/13/64 final entry.

Reid Lewis A., Pvt., Enlisted 1/27/64, Decatur, Gun shot wound left side Monocacy, MD 7/9/64, Taken prisoner in hospital at Frederick, MD 7/10/64, Exchanged 9/30/64, Received certificate of disability 1/65, Paroled Augusta 5/27/65. PR Applied Richmond Co. 8/20/19. A resident of GA since 11/4/45. Enlisted Fall 1863 at Decatur, GA, sent to 12th GA Battalion at Pocotaligo, SC. Served until 1/65 when discharged because of wounds. The command was at Petersburg when applicant left it. Discharged by Board of Examiners. At home at time of surrender. Was held prisoner at Fort McHenry, MD. Information confirmed by R.R. Stallings.

Rhodes Absalom, Pvt., Enlisted 5/8/62, Augusta, Surrendered Appomattox 4/9/65 with Gen. Lee. 1850 Census list Absolum Rhodes age 6 living Richmond Co. in the household of John A. Rhodes. In same household, John A. and Whitney H. Rhodes. PR Applied Richmond Co. 5/12/06. Born 2/15/44 in Richmond Co. A farmer with a wife and 2 underage children at home. Served in Co. F 12th GA Battalion from 5/62 - 4/9/65, was present at the surrender. Information confirmed by witness J.H. Lawrence. Absalom died Richmond Co. 5/13/15. Widow applied for pension due deceased soldier in Richmond Co. Absalom Rhodes married Fannie Cagle 2/15/66 in Richmond Co. She applied for widow's pension in 1919, witness R.R. Stallings.

Rhodes John H., Sgt., Enlisted 5/8/62, Augusta, Present 11/5/64 last entry. 1850 Census list John A. Rhodes age 7 living Richmond Co. in the household of John A. Rhodes. In same household, Absolum and Whitney H. Rhodes. PR Applied Jefferson Co. 8/19/19. A resident of GA all his life. He stated that he served in the 1st GA, and later enlisted into the 12th GA Battalion. He left the command at Petersburg 2/65 with a 30 day furlough. He was cut off by the Yankees, and the railroad was cut in SC. He reported to headquarters in Augusta, and was detailed to duty. He was never captured. Witness Amory S. Smith was present at the surrender. RCS Also served in Co. D Ramsey's 1st. GA.

Rhodes Whitney H., Pvt., Enlisted 5/8/62, Augusta, Present 11/1/64. 1850 Census list Whitney H Rhodes age 7 living Richmond Co. in the household of John A. Rhodes. In same household, Absolum and John A. Rhodes. PR Widow applied Richmond Co. 10/5/10. She had been a resident of GA since 1841. Whitney Rhodes married Rebecca Rheney 1/9/66 in Richmond Co. Whitney died 10/20/90 at Augusta, GA. Witness Absalam Rhodes stated that he had been present at Whitney's wedding, and had known him all his life. He also stated that they had both been present at the surrender, and that they had enlisted together. Rebecca died Richmond Co. 2/26/15. The file includes a letter from Walter Clark, Treasurer and Auditor of Richmond Co. In this letter Clark stated that Whitney was placed on a shoe making detail, and while on this detail, the lines were broken at Petersburg, and Whitney was with the wagon trains, not with the command.

Roach James, Pvt., Enlisted 2/22/64, Dalton, 11/1/64 listed as absent with leave since 8/15/64, Transferred to Co K 10th GA Inf.

Roberts A.J., Pvt., Enlisted 5/2/62, Augusta, Wounded rt shoulder Ceder Creek 10/19/64. PR Applied McDuffie Co. 8/20/10. He had been a GA resident all his life. He stated that he was wounded at Cedar Creek, and given a 60 day furlough by the Surgeon. And that he was on the way back to the command at the time of the surrender, and that he was never captured. Witness J.A. Wilkerson of McDuffie Co. stated that he had known applicant for 60 years, and that he knows that Roberts was wounded at Cedar Creek, but that he (the witness) was at home wounded at the time of the surrender, and does not know if the applicant returned to the command. Pension was not allowed. Roberts was a witness in 1901 for W.A. Smith, and contradicted statements made in his own application.

Rowland C.A., Pvt., Furnished substitute James Champion.1850 Census list Charles A. Rowland age 19 living Richmond Co. in the household of William M. Rowland, a steam boat agt.

Sharp John T., Pvt., Enlisted 5/9/62, Augusta, Drummer, 11/1/64 listed as AWOL since 6/26/64.

Smith William A., Pvt., Enlisted 4/10/63, Augusta, Captured Monocacy, MD 7/9/64, Sick in POW hospital with fever and diarrhea, Exchanged 9/30/64, Hospitalized 10/6/64 with intermittent fever, last file. PR Applied Warren Co. 2/20/00. Born 1/17/44 in GA. A farmer until 1898, has wife and 3 children, supported by family. Applicant stated that he served 3 years and was discharged by surrender. Witness W.C. Langham served until the war ended. Pension was not allowed pending additional information. On 2/25/01, witness A.J. Roberts and applicant Smith both stated that they were both captured at Frederick City (Monocacy) 7/9/64 and taken to Fort McHenry at Baltimore, MD. They remained in prison until 4/1/65, and could not locate their command before the surrender. They were ordered to Augusta, GA and paroled there. (This statement is not accurate for either man.) A physician stated that the applicant has a Hernia dating back to 1863 from carrying sand bags at Charleston.

Stallings Daniel Benjamin, Pvt., Enlisted 5/14/62, Augusta, Present 12/24/64, Wounded Hatcher's Run, Given 30 day furlough from Danville, VA, Unable to rejoin unit. 1850 Census list Doctor B. Stallings age 9 living Richmond Co. in the household of Herbert Stallings, an overseer. In same household, George E. and Robert R Stallings. PR Applied Glynn Co. 8/21/12, continuous resident of GA since 1890. Prevented from returning to command by Sherman's Army, and joined a squad in Augusta. Witness J.J. Doughty of Richmond Co stated that he had known Stallings since about 1860, and was only aware of service thru 7/64 at which time witness was wounded and captured. Widow applied Chatham Co. 7/28/37. D.B. Stallings married Mary E. Teppe 9/6/91 at Augusta, she was born 9/9/51 at Augusta. D.B. Stallings died 3/17/23 at Brunswick.

Stallings George E., Pvt., Enlisted 5/1/62, Augusta, Joined by exchange, Present 6/16/64, Killed Monocacy, MD 7/9/64. 1850 Census list George E. Stallings age 12 living Richmond Co. in the household of Herbert Stallings, an overseer. In same household, Doctor B. and Robert R. Stallings. James S. Blain of the 26th GA tells of seeing Doc. Stallings kneeling next to his brother after the battle at Monocacy. His brother?s left leg had been carried away by a shell, and Doc. Was pleading for a doctor. The brother (George) died a short time latter.

Stallings Robert R., Pvt., Enlisted 5/14/62, Auguata, Wounded Winchester, VA 9/19/64, Captured High Bridge near Farmville, VA 4/6/65, Released 6/25/65 Newport News, VA. 1850 Census list Robert R. Stallings age 8 living Richmond Co. in the household of Herbert Stallings, an overseer. In same household, Doctor B. and George E. Stallings. PR Applied Richmond Co. 8/20/19. A resident of GA since 10/8/43. Enlisted for Artillery, but could not get guns. Served from 5/62 - 4/6/65 captured near Appomattox and taken to Newport News. Witness L.A. Reid confirmed that applicant served from the time that the witness enlisted until the witness left the unit due to wounds 1/65.

Steiner Roland, Pvt., Enlisted 3/20/63, Savannah, Detached to Signal Corp 3/23/63 - 4/30/64, Admitted to hospital with gun shot wound left hand 9/26/64, Given 30 day furlough, 11/1/64 listed as AWOL 10/29/64, Reported for duty 11/17/64, Received pay at Augusta, GA 12/18/64.

Stephens John M., Pvt., Enlisted 5/8/62, Augusta, Transferred to King's Battery Artillery 12/17/63. UDC roster located Special collections section Augusta College Library 83-65-4 list Jack Stephens as transferred.

Swain Robert J., Pvt., Enlisted 7/23/63, Charleston, SC, Transfer- red to 63ed GA Inf 4/24/64. Killed Lovejoy Station. 1850 Census list Robert Swain age 6 living Richmond Co. in the household of William Swain.

Tant John G., Pvt., Enlisted 5/2/62, Augusta, In hospital with hernia 7/31/62 - 9/6/62, Surrendered Apppomattox 4/9/65. 1850 Census list John Tant age 19, a baker, living Richmond Co. in the household of Henry L. Tant, a carpenter. PR Applied Johnson Co. 1/8/98. Born 3/11/25 Richmond Co. No family. Enlisted 1861 into the 3ed. GA, served 6 months until ruptured and discharged. Enlisted into 12th GA Battalion 1863. Discharged by surrender. Witness J.L. Peebles confirmed that Tant was at the surrender.

Taylor D.L., Pvt., Enlisted 3/27/63, Savannah, Listed as present 4/30/63, only entry.

Taylor George F., Pvt., Enlisted 11/26/63, Charleston, SC, 11/1/64 listed as absent wounded 9/19/64 Winchester. 1850 Census list George F. Taylor age 19, a harness maker born VA., living Richmond Co. in the household of Albert Hatch, a saddle and harness maker. In same household, Thomas P. Nunn. PR Applied Richmond Co. 2/4/90. A resident of GA since birth, 10/16/27. Wounded Winchester in left arm, shell knocked out about 3" of the bone above the Elbow, causing arm to be short and almost useless. Also hit by shell in left thigh which carried away large portions of the muscle so that left leg is almost useless. Applicant has to use a stick at all times. Officer's Affidavit confirming information signed by George M. Hood.

Tutt Thomas J., 2edLt., Enlisted 4/18/62, Augusta, Promoted 1/19/63, Gun shot wound Ceder Creek 10/19/64, Died from wounds in hospital at Staunton, VA 11/1/64. 1850 Census list Thomas Tutt age 11 living Richmond Co. in the household of Jacob Sistrunk, a Police Officer. RCS Also served in Co. D Ramsey's 1st. GA.

Ward W., Pvt., Enlisted 4/15/63, Augusta, Substitute for W. Gregg, AWOL 4/30/63, Captured High Bridge 4/6/65, Released 6/25/65.

Watson George W., Pvt., Enlisted 5/12/62, Augusta, Wounded Ceder Creek 10/19/64, Died 11/28/64 Winchester, VA., Buried Mt. Hebron Cemetery Winchester, VA.

Welsh Thomas, Pvt., Enlisted 5/1/62, Augusta, Company Artificer, Wounded Cedar Creek 10/19/64, Present 12/24/64, last entry. PR Applied Richmond Co. 12/28/87. A resident of GA since 2/39. Wounded right side and right lung at Cedar Creek. Wounds prevented his returning to command. Officer's Affidavit confirming information signed by George M. Hood. Pension disallowed. Reapplied 2/5/89. Witness' Ker Boyce and Thomas Hamill former Ord. Sgt. confirm applicant's information. Welsh drew a pension through 1895.

Wilkerson John A., Pvt., Enlisted 5/10/62, Augusta, AWOL 8/31/63, Admitted to Jackson Hospital Richmond 2/8/65 with gun shot wound left leg, Given 60 day furlough 3/30/65. PR Applied McDuffie Co. 7/10/06. Born Columbia Co. 7/4/34. Has a wife, and is able to earn a little by picking cotton seed. He stated that he enlisted 5/62 into Walker Light Artillery, Capt. S.H. Crump commanding, afterward Infantry. After 6 months the company became 12th GA Battalion Co F. He was wounded at Hatcher's Run, leg shot all to peaces. Witness W.H. Stone of McDuffie Co. stated that he had known the applicant for 60 years, and that he (the witness) was present at the surrender and that the applicant was in the hospital at Richmond, wounded. John A. Wilkerson died 5/26/12 in McDuffie Co. Widow applied McDuffie Co. 10/15/12. She was 71 years old, a GA resident all her life. J.A. Wilkerson married Martha F. (Alford?) in Columbia Co. 11/60.

Wilkins Patrick H., Pvt., Enlisted 4/30/62, Augusta, Transferred to 46th VA Reg 2/6/64.



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