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Upcoming Plans

Postby Jim » Sun Apr 29, 2012 3:48 pm

This is the tentative schedule for the website:

April: Forum up and running
May: 1978 Survey of Homes
June: Mystery Photos
July: 1860s Tax Digests

June and July are now "Confederates" since work is being done on articles for the Heritage.
August may be tax digests.

It looks like work on "Confederates" will easily run into August.

It looks like "Confederates" will never end...
August and September will be Tax Digests.
October will be some tweaks and rearrangement to the site - minor stuff.
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Re: Upcoming Plans

Postby Barrycdog » Mon Dec 17, 2012 2:27 am

I have been doing a lot of work with the 9th Battalion Geoargia Artillery Company D. Allow me to share my roster. I have been trying to update it with new information. I am happy to share with anyone.

Roster of Company D known as the Gwinnett Artillery

Peeples Tyler Macon – Captain April 23 1862 Enlisted as Captain in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present

Born William J – Sr. 1st Lieutenant - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Hotel Owner Lawrenceville Captain born 28 May 1833 Died 11 December 1916 Buried in Gwinnett Franklin Garrett Necrology Family links: Parents: John Anthony Born (1811 - 1896) Lucinda Atkinson Born (1817 - 1883)
Spouses: Mary Born (1836 - 1858) Barbara Jane Bates Born (1841 - 1908)
Children: Mary Delusca Born Spence (1858 - 1948)* Charles Uhlman Born (1867 - 1949)* William Jasper Born (1869 - 1896)* Anna Born Cooper (1872 - 1961)*
Burial: Shadowlawn Cemetery Lawrenceville Gwinnett County Georgia, USA Plot: Born Crypt located in the Born - Cooper Plot Find A Grave Memorial# 28190020

Loveless Thomas H – Jr. 1st Lieutenant - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Wounded at Chickamauga Sept 19 1863 Roll November 1 1863 Shows him at Lagrange Ga. Hospital Seriously wounded in the thigh by a piece of shell.

Clower John Thomas – 2nd Lieutenant - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. Pension records show he was on detail duty in Virginia at the close of the war. Born May 13, 1830 Gwinnett County Georgia Death: Mar. 14, 1893 Brooks County Georgia,
He was a second lieutenant, 9th GA Reg. CSA. He was the Regimental Surgeon. Battery D Ninth Georgia Light Artillery Gwinnett Artillery - Georgia Volunteers Mustered April 23rd, 1862 John married Delusky Ann Brogdon "Dalluska", daughter of Hope J Brogdon and Emily Bogan, on 31 Mar 1869 in Gwinnett Co, Ga. Dalluska was born on 7 May 1849 in Gwinnett Co, Ga. She died on 23 Feb 1931. Widows Pension says on detail duty at Danville, Virginia witness W.H. Sudderth also says enlisted April 1861 at Sugar Court Ground, Gwinnett County Georgia

Montgomery Robert Cicero – 3rd /2nd Lieutenant – Pension For Frances 1911 Died March 1911 married Frances Montgomery In 1854 Son of Robert and Elizabeth McConnell Montgomery. He studied law and was admitted to the bar in Cumming, GA. He married Frances Brogdon and they had nine children. Father: Robert # 14654180
Mother: Elizabeth # 14654189 buried in Cumming City Cemetery

Clower John Wesley – 4th Lieutenant Born January 14, 1822 Died March 5 1906 Zoar united Methodist Centerville. Gwinnett County Find A Grave Memorial# 23504391

Privates

Abbott Andrew J - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th Battalion Ga. Artillery Walnut Grove Baptist Church charter member buried at Prospect Methodist Church Lawrenceville. Ga. Born 12/09/1842 Died 11/24/1915

Abbott Bud

Abbott John L-John L. and Cornelia marriage 1897

Abbott Matthew B – Died 01/07/1874 Tried to drown himself week ago is dead in Gwinnett Herald Gwinnett County Ga. Deaths 1819-1989

Adair James W(M) Enlisted as Captain in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861.

Adair John T – Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery. Testified in John R. Barkers Pension possible Birth 3 June 1837 Died 21 February 1903 Buried in Old Conyers Cemetery Rockdale County

Adams James W – Corporal- Pension records show he was at home sick furlough March 1865 to close of war. Born 15 April 1830 Died 01 June 1896 Buried Trinity United Methodist Church Cemetery off old Peachtree Road and I-75. Wife Louise 1847 - 1924

Alexander John Mansfield on Pension application Ware County Georgia 1907 69 years of age born Gwinnett County Georgia 1836 enlisted April 10 1862, (curl wood?) Served one year then to 4th Georgia Regiment Cavalry Discharged 5th May 1865 in Darien, Georgia Occupation farmer. Waycross, Ga

Atkinson John S - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery Born 22 November 1839 Died 12 MAY 1904 Dekalb County Franklin Garrett Necrology

Bailey William F - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery

Barber Truman F - Truman Freeman Barber

Barker John R – Private May 3 1862 promoted to Corporal. Roll dated November 1, 1863 shows him present no later record, Pension application in 1900 has him residing in Rockdale County, Ga Born Sept. 12, 1829 aged 71 years 1901 Jasper County Ga. Served 2 years Eight Months Surrendered at Kingston, Georgia May 1865, Conyers Rockdale County Testimony of John T Adair

Barker Joseph Gilliam - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery Joseph was the son of John Braford Barker and Margaret Suddeth. Joseph married Elizabeth Martilla Hull. Elizabeth is the daughter of Huey Hull and Nancy Pirkle.Children of Joseph & Elizabeth Hull Barker: Alice Ophelia Barker,John Isaaca Barker,Thomas Harrison Barker,Joseph Gilliam Barker Jr.,Margaret Emily Barker Roye, Mary Jane Barker Vaughne, Beulah Lee Barker Gore,& Gaberella Iantha Barker. Born May 6, 1844 Died Mar 19, 1932 Living in Cleburne, Johnson County Texas Buried Live Oak Cemetery Blum Hill County Texas Find A Grave Memorial# 13059144 Died at the Age of 87

Barker Thomas Allen –Appears on a receipt roll for clothing July 25th 1864 Pension application but does not have him listed app 1907 Resides at Suwanee, Georgia Born June 11 1845/6 age 60, Served in Feb 1863 at Bristol, Tennessee served 2years and three months surrendered 9th April 1865. Has Catarrh Lieutenant William Born confirms service in 1906 and also applied in 1921 Franklin Garrett Necrology died 19 January 1941. Buried Peachtree Road Baptist Cemetery, Lawrenceville, Georgia Find A Grave Memorial# 40668666

Baugh Scott L – Corporal Born December 1842 Gwinnett County, Ga. Served May 1862 to Dec 4 1864 transferred to Company E Cobbs Legion of Cavalry Served three Months and surrendered at Greensboro, N.C. on picket when surrendered Dies December 14, 1927 in Fulton County born 30 November 1841 Franklin Garrett Necrology

Baxter William E – 1st Sergeant , Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th Battalion Ga. Artillery

Beard William T C- possibly William Beard born 1809 died 1889 buried Rock spring Presbyterian Church Cemetery Fulton County Ga. Franklin Garrett Necrology #19672

Benefield John Harrison - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery

Bennett James A –enlisted May 3, 1862 in Gwinnett County, Georgia, Atlanta by Capt. Peeples for 3 years or the war, last recorded present on the November 1, 1863 muster roll*, receipted for an issue of clothing July 25, 1864, his file contains correspondence between the Adjutant General, War Department with the Texas Board of Pension Commissioners, dated May 15, 1915** company d as a private. He enlisted on the 23rd of April 1863. He was born the 25th of Oct 1838 to Jessie and Mary St John Bennett. He married Miss. Mary moore. They had nine children. denton county texas wife mary ann lenton moore married james a Bennett

Bennett Cooch

Bennett Dock

Bennett Richard M – Born 7/24/1844 Died 12/12/1907 Married Sarah Ann Suddeth CSA Buried at Sugar Hill Baptist Company D, 9th Battalion Georgia Artillery, enlisted July 24, 1862 in Gwinnett County, Georgia by Capt. Peeples for 3 years, recorded on November 1, 1863* as sick, receipted for an issue of clothing on July 25, 1863, no further records

Benson Shelton - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery. Born 12 March 1834 Died 28 September 1927 Buried at Shady Grove Baptist Church Cemetery, Forsyth County Ga.

Betts George Washington - George Washington BETTS-16 (1840-1899) Gwinnett Co.,GA born January 22, 1840 in Gwinnett Co., GA, and died September 1899 in Gonzales,

Blake Caleb A - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th Battalion Ga. Artillery Born Jun 22, 1843 Died January 10, 1924 buried in the Underwood Memorial Cemetery, Rockdale County

Born Washington Fountain BORN :NOV. 21 1835 DIED: JULY 16 1887 Prospect United Methodist Church Corner of Prospect Road and Prospect Church Road, north of Hwy 124 Lawrenceville, Georgia

Born, William W. Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery Private in Company D of the 9th Georgia Artillery, CSA; Blountsville United Methodist Church Cemetery

Bradberry William Jasper – 1895 pension application Born in Clark County, Georgia 6 July, 1830 Enlisted in Company F 55th Ga. in Feb 1862 served 18 months and transferred to the 9th Georgia Artillery in 1863 serving 3 years till 9 April 1865 surrender at Lincolnton N.C. Farmer and William J Born Witness Died Jun 24 1909 Buried Roack Springs UMC Cemetery Buford, Georgia

Brandon David P - Received a Cross of Honor from Atlanta UDC Chapter 18
1908 -1906 Pension Application Born Gwinnett County 18 March, 1846 Age 51 Enlisted in Co D March 1864 Farming Blind Witness Tyler Macon Peeples

Brogdon William Henry – Was a witness for William H, Brogdon who served with General William Tatum Wofford. Born 1845 Died 1926 Level Creek Cemetery Suwanee, Gwinnett County Ga.

Brogdon Noah R Jr.- Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery
Brooks Arbin ( Daniel A Sergeant)

Brooks Francis Marion - Received a Cross of Honor from Atlanta UDC Chapter 18 1909 from AC January 18 1903 on pension of Scott L Baugh as witness and Baugh, Sizemore are his witness. Born 14, June 1845 Gwinnett County Enlisted in 1863 surrendered at Appomattox April 9 1865, Spinal infection associated with typhoid fever drawing up to 1907 Died 26 June 1922 Franklin Garrett Necrology Wife Mary M Brooks

Brooks Nick

Brooks Jesse N – Born 1 February 1843, Died 26 January 1916 Franklin Garrett Necrology Obituary Fulton County

Brooks Richard T

Brooks George W – 31834 George Washington Brooks County :Eastland See Widow's Application #36564. Born Gwinnett County, GA in 1842 Served in CSA-Co. D 9th Georgia Artillery. Married T.A. on 2-11-1889 Hamilton Co., TX. To Texas 1883; Rising Star, Texas. Occupation Farmer. Died 6-23-1919, Bexar Co., TX.

Brown Andrew Jackson - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th Battalion Ga. Artillery Born 16 March 1844, Died 4 September 1914 Strickland Cemetery Duluth Gwinnett County, Georgia Find A Grave Memorial# 39645330

Brown Morgan S – R.M. Wheeler witness for Morgan S. Brown pension application Enlisted in Lawrenceville December 1861 Born in 1833 Furloughed for 30 days in Dec 1864 and was cut off due to Sherman’s destruction of Georgia. At home during surrender at Appomattox .He was buried on the family farm on Burnette Road and later moved to the new cemetery at the Suwanee Methodist Church. Per Wesley T. Martin Suwanee Memorial Cemetery Gwinnett County, Georgia Find A Grave Memorial# 19353973

Burton Thomas Cicero - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery. Pension says born in 1834 Gwinnett County living in Forsyth Occupation farmer Witness Robert C. Montgomery Shellonville, Ga. Pension app 1906

Cates Daniel S - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th Battalion Ga. Artillery

Chamblee George Lewis – Furloughed for 30 days Jan 20 1865. Could not reach command before war closed. Born 23 April 1824 Died March 28, 1924 Buried Sweetwater Baptist Church and Cemetery, Duluth, Gwinnett County Lived in Hall County Witness for J.E. Hope

Chamblee Matthew W -

Chesser Benjamin F – Winess on William bradberry pension Benjamin M. Chesser119, born 1832 in Georgia, 28 in 1860 Census119; died Unknown; married Amanda Lockridge 1852 in Gwinnett Co. Georgia119; born Abt. 1837 in 23 in 1860 Census119; died Unknown.Notes for Benjamin M. Chesser: Benjamin was living with his father in the 1850 census. Benjamin served in the War Between The States as a Private. This Battery D., Ninth Georgia Battallion Light Artillery was organized April 23, 1862, and sent to Atlanta, Georgia to guard government stores awaiting the arrival of arms and equipment.
House on Hwy 124, approximately 3/4 mile north of Old Peachtree Road
Taken October 28, 2006 According to the Gwinnett Historical Society, the original owner of this (privately owned) home is unknown, but it was once the home of Benjamin Chesser. In June 1880, Benjamin Chesser appears in the Hog Mountain District. On either side of this property are the families of John M. Tuck, and Syntha Langston.

Clark Archibald

Clark Hiram A – Paroled Richmond Va. May 18 1865 born 1838 Died 1898 Hiram and Sarah married on Feb 6 1862 in Gwinnett County, Georgia. Buried Bethesda United Methodist Church Cemetery, Lawrenceville, Gwinnett County, Ga.

Clark Hiram C – Pension of Sarah E Clark Lawrenceville, Ga Hiram born 1845 serving 3 years and on detail at the hospitals in Richmond at the time of surrender April 9, 1865 Died on December 24 1898 died of heart disease. Tyler Macon Peeples Witness Buried Bethesda United Methodist Church Cemetery, Lawrenceville, Gwinnett County, Ga.

Cox Joseph William - born 1835, died after 1919, member of the 9th Battalion
Artillery Company D, buried Hurricane Cemetery Cleburne County Alabama. Mary Frances Miller Cox (1839 - 1916) Children: Martha Jane Boyd (1855 - 1930)*
Samuel Goodwin Cox (1857 - 1932)* William Howard Cox (1864 - 1947)*
James Franklin Cox (1866 - 1950)*

Craig James K – Born 13 April 1845 Died 16 November 1913 Buried at Fairview Presbyterian Church Cemetery Lawrenceville, Gwinnett County Wife’s name Eugena Peeples born 1848 Died 1918

Craig William Terrell – Born 03 January 1844 Died May 22 1931 Buried at Fairview Presbyterian Church Cemetery Wife’s name Amelia Mitchell pension says enlisted 1863 75 years of age in year 1919 Living in Duluth and Pension app in 1921

Crumly Samson E. Died 15 February 1863 Franklin Garrett Necrology Buried Gwinnett County Family Margret Crumly Born 24 October 1797 Died 27 Jun 1877 Buried Gwinnett. Died at Jeffersonville, Virginia Born 1832 Died at age of 23 at Prospect Methodist Church

Crumpton James D-Pension of Mrs. M. L. Crumpton Walton 1895 and Gwinnett 1896 Served May 1862 till March 1863. Died on March 11, 1863 of fever in Virginia at the Salt Mines/Works possibly Tazewell

Davis William Jeremiah Harrison – Born 1 October 1827 Died 11 January 1908 Cemetery Records Gwinnett Franklin Garrett Necrology record 17082 Prospect Methodist Church Lawrenceville, Georgia Find A Grave Memorial# 71315618

Davis Van - Born 4 September 1829 Died 16 April 1886 Cemetery Records Gwinnett Franklin Garrett Necrology record 17077 Buried at Prospect Methodist Church

Dollar Nelson - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th Battalion Ga. Artillery

Doss Green Meredith – Pension of Sallie Doss 1908 – widow resides in Jacksonboro, Texas RFD #3 Green died Jan 1, 1908 served under Macon Tyler Peeples and Lt. William Born. They were married 29 Dec 1861 in Gwinnett Green born August 1, 1838 Buried at Dark Corner Cemetery, Jack County Texas Plot D Find A Grave Memorial# 7770507

Duncan Moses H - Enlisted as Captain in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861.

Duncan James Nat

(Duncan Pearson) Enlisted as Captain in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861.

Durham William J Enlisted as Captain in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Nov 30th 1861. Listed as first corporal
Edmondson John T - Wounded at Chickamauga Ga. Sept 19, 1863 Absent wounded. Nov 1 1863. Died in Cumming Ga. Born January 12, 1832 Died Nov 6 1921 Find A Grave Memorial# 15045898

Edmondson Leroy Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery. On sick furlough at close of war

Edmondson Merideth E – 4th Sergeant Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery Slightly Wounded, Pension of Mrs. Phoebe C. Edmondson Meredith Born May 14 1836 died March 6, 1888 Forsyth County . Phoebe Resides in Buford Gwinnett County married in 1870 Buried Corinth Baptist Church Cemetery, Cumming, Georgia

Etheridge Robert F S – possibly 5/25/1830 to 2/23/1892 Midway Methodist of Barrow 8/11/1835 d 08/29/1917 Ebeneazer Bapt Church Dacula

Ewing John –Old Ewing Chapel Church 01/14/1821 d 11/14/1876

Ewing William E – Born 24 February 1839 Died 26 April 1907 Franklin Garrett Necrology ID #10033 Listed in Company A 11th North Carolina Regiment Buried Shadowlawn Cemetery Gwinnett County

Fields Clinton R

Flowers Luther Martin – Died East Rome, Ga. Sept 17th, 1891 from Widow Pension of Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth Flowers Surrendered at Appomattox, Va. June 1863 at Saltville, Va. Witness William Born

Flowers William F - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery

Forister William F -

Fountain Norton – From Pension 1894 of Mrs. Nancy E. Fountain Norton entered service on 12 May 1862 and Born Aug 10, 1837 Died in June 16, 1863 sick with typhoid fever at Knoxville, Tennessee hospital Married 24 December 1859 Buried Prospect Methodist Church Lawrenceville, Georgia Son of Thomas and Phoeba Fountain Find A Grave Memorial# 23221864

Fraser George W – Widows Pension of Elizabeth A Fraser states Married to G.W. Fraser December 24 1855 and G.W. Died October 15, 1872 in Texas and they were residing together when he died. Pension 1-Oct 1915

Fraser Henry H -

Gaudy James Franklin Company D 9th Battalion Georgia Artillery Born May 1843 in Lumpkin, Georgia Died 20 Dec 1908 in Jacksonville, Duval Florida
Section 2, Lot 42, Grave 5 Confederate Section

Green Alford (Alfred) T

Green Gaston private in Company I 43rd Regiment Infantry Transferred to Company D 9th Battalion Georgia Artillery Oct 14 1863Roll dated November 1, 1863 Last on File shows him present no later record. Buried Bethlehem Cemetery Cumming, Georgia Find A Grave Memorial# 14911707

Green George W - Witness on Mary A Mangum’s pension app

Griswell James F - James F. GRISWELL b: December 06, 1844 d: February 03, 1867 in Gwinnett County, Ga

Hay William B Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th Battalion Ga. Artillery. Pension Witness W.T. Craig William lived in Duluth, Ga. born in 1838 served from 1862 till 1865 W.H. Sudderth Witness

Hart Francis M -

Herrington Frank – Athens Banner April 13, 1911 Lawrenceville, Georgia April 12 Mr. Frank Herrington and Mrs. Caroline Garmon living near Duluth Frank is 71 and Caroline is 64 this is his 4th marriage

Herrington James I – Indigent Pension 1900 Born June 4, 1833 unit mustered 12, May 1862 Witness Tyler Macon Peeples farmer 69 years Died January 10, 1911 buried Lockridge Herrington Chesser cemetery Suwanee, Gwinnett County Ga Cemetery notes and/or description: This family cemetery is on Suwanee Creek Road, .25 miles NW of Wildwood Road. Located behind new homes. Most graves are marked with fieldstones. s/o James Joseph Herrington and Elizabeth Patterson h/o Ellernor Jane Barber, Nancy Stone, and Artie Josephine McCurley Williams d/o Mary, Elizabeth Mertus, and Tandy K. Herrington

Herrington William Franklin – buried Duluth Methodist Cemetery, Born 13 July 1840 Died 31 March 1919, Married Wiley Jane Herrington Indigent Pension 1909 Born July 13, 1840 Served from 1862 until August 1863 captured at Loudon, Tennessee Wm. Born Witness Escaped at Loudon, Tn. Two weeks later and was recaptured escaped again and came home joining Grahams Battalion under General William Tatum Wofford in Gwinnett at Sugar Hill until surrender in April 1865 at Altoona with his Captain William Buice

Herrington Jesse T

Holcomb Elijah S – Indigent Pension 1896 living in Oak Shade Fulton, County Born June 23, 1831 in Gwinnett County, Ga.- Wife Martha J. Holcombe Elijah Died March 1896 in Fulton County, Listed in Company B Wife died 28, January 1914

Holcomb Ellsberry (Ellsburge) B Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th Battalion Ga. Artillery

Holcomb Henry P-

Holcomb Matthew McDuffie - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th Battalion Ga. Artillery Widows Pension form Mrs. S.A. Holcombe says Matthew was born Oct 15 1828, Died August 15 1886 Mrs. S.A. Died June 8 1926, Sarah Anne buried in Sardis United Methodist Church Cemetery Holcombe Plot
Holder Green Berry – Born 22 Dec 1843 Died 18 June 1914 New Front Add Ter #1 born Lawrenceville Ga. Buried in Myrtle Hill Cemetery Floyd County Confederate Section Green married Ansibelle Penelope Swords on 27 Dec 1866 in Rome, Floyd County, Georgia Green Berry Holder was born in Lawrenceville, GA, in Gwinnett County on 22 December 1843. He enlisted in the Confederate Army on 6 March 1862, serving in Company D, 9th Georgia Battalion, Leyden's Artillery (Major Austin Leyden). He served for three years, and was wounded in the wrist at Appomattox, VA, on 8 April 1865 -- the day before Lee's surrender. The following is taken from "Confederate Military History, A Library of Confederate States History, in Twelve Volumes, Written by Distinguished Men of the South, and Edited by Gen. Clement A. Evans of Georgia....", Vol. VI. Atlanta, Confederate Publishing Company. 1899. Pp. 727-728.: "Green B. Holder, of Rome, served as a Confederate soldier with the Ninth Georgia battalion of artillery in east Tennessee and Virginia. He was born at Lawrenceville, Ga., and left home at the age of fifteen years to fight for the South, enlisting in Capt. T. M. Peeples' company, D, of the Ninth Artillery battalion. He was mustered into the Confederate service near Bristol, Tenn., in March, 1862, and was on active duty until the surrender at Appomattox. After participating in numerous engagements in east Tennessee and southwest Virginia, among them the battle of Wytheville, Va., he took part in the operations against the Federal column under General Hunter that was threatening Lynchburg in the spring of 1864, and after the defeat of the enemy, campaigned down the Shenandoah valley as far as Winchester. Then, under orders from Richmond, he and his comrades turned over their guns at Wayne's Gap, and went to Richmond, where they were on duty with the heavy artillery. During the siege of Richmond and Petersburg, July, 1864, to April, 1865, they were on duty at Fort Gilmer and Fort Hoke, and when the Confederate lines were finally broken, April 2, 1865, they spiked their siege guns, blew up their magazines, and marched out with Lee's army. On the evening before the surrrender at Appomattox Court House, he was wounded in the wrist. Reaching home on April 29, 1865, Mr. Holder remained there for a few months, and in December following made his home in Floyd County. At Lindale he was engaged as a merchant until 1899, when he retired and gave his attention to real estate. For a number of years he held the office of commisioner of Floyd county. He has a wide acquaintance throughout the county and is recognized as one of its leading men. In politics he has taken an active part as a Democrat, and with his old comrades he is yet affiliated as a member of the Floyd county camp, United Confederate veterans. He has six sons and six daughters living: Edward W., a merchant at Rome; WIlliam I., railroad agent at Lindale; Scott Thomas, in business at Huntsville, Ala.; Briscoe, of Birmingham; Luther M., Charlie B., Ida J., Anna M., Ella, Emma, Netie and Elizabeth." - He came to Rome, GA, in 1865. He married Ansibelle Penelope Swords of Cherokee County, AL, on 27 December 1866.- Green Berry and Penelope Swords Holder lived at Lindale, Georgia. They raised their children there in a home on Bluff Road they jokingly called "Bunker Hill." Holder, Green Barry
Company: , 9th Batallion Georgia Artillery b:Dec 22, 1843 d:June 18, 1914
New Front Add. Ter #1. Company G and/or Company D 9th Georgia Battalion, Layton's Artillery. Born Lawrenceville, Georgia.
Source: U
Holder Thomas – born August 30 1840 Died February 19 1905 New Armurchee Cemetery / Farmers bridge Cemetery Floyd County, Ga. John Thomas HOLDER, an application for whom was initiated on 25 September 1902 in Floyd County, Georgia. John's application and affidavit of service, sworn statements from his doctor, his brother (my great-grandfather) who served with him in Company D, 9th Georgia Battalion Artillery, and another comrade-at-arms were included in the file and provided a great deal of medical and financial information about the pension paid during the last two years of John's life.

Hope Joseph E – Private April 1862 Wounded on left side severing several ribs at Lynchburg Virginia June 18 1864. Surrendered at Appomattox Va. April 9 1865 Born In Hall County 29 Jan 1836 and Died in Hall County 21 September 1912 Buried Oakwood Cemetery Oakwood Road Off Hwy 23 Pension Widows Application Mrs. Mary F. Hope Married 24 Dec 1861 Hall County Ga. Eva Hope Ledford UDC May 3rd 1951 of General James Longstreet Camp No. 46. Gainesville, Georgia

Horton Charles William D – Born 14 February 1838 Died 19June 1920 Cemetery Records Fayette County Franklin Garrett Necrology #122140 Enlisted as Captain in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861.

Horton George R

Horton Jesse A - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery Deserted. Received at Washington D C , a Confederate Deserter Feb. 4 1865. Took oat of allegiance to US Government and furnished transportation to Baltimore, MD.

Hutchins George H

Jackson Charles M –

Jackson Frank (J) – Died 30 May 1892

Jackson Henry M – Confederate Veteran honored by UDC received cross of honor AC Jan 17, 1904 Birth: Jun. 17, 1839 Forsyth County Georgia, Death: Jun. 13, 1911 Gwinnett County Georgia, Buried Prospect Methodist Church Dekalb County Ga.Wife Mrs. R.B. Jackson

Jackson James F(P) - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th Battalion Ga. Artillery Wife Mrs. T.C. Jackson James died 26 May 1876 Witness Scott L. Baugh

Jackson Lewis P - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th Battalion Ga. Artillery Buried Sunnyside Cemetery Cordele, Crisp County, Georgia

Jackson Mitchell H

Jackson Perry

James Andrew J

James John W – Born 01 December 1841 Died 26 March 1879 Buried at Cumming City Cemetery Forsyth County. Find A Grave Memorial# 14654283Memorial marker reported that he is buried in Texas Married 1861 to Margaret Phillips

Johnson John – Private May 12 1862 on roll dated Nov. 1st 1863 shows him present. Born in Walton County, Ga. 1828 Died in Milton County, Ga. March 6 1910 Indigent Pension 1898 living in Alpharetta Occupation Farmer Witness for D.W. Young

Johnson William T –He died in the Civil War 25 Nov 1863 with W. T. Johnson, his brother-in-law henry C. McClung The seventh child of Sewell Henry and Elizabeth McClung was born 3 Aug 1841 in GA.

Kemp Sanford Eugene M M - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery

Kile Jasper L

Kile Jack

Kile Stephen - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery. Buried Island Ford Baptist Cemetery off Island Ford rd off Buford Dam Road born 17 January 1839 Died 09 November 1880 Wife Margaret M. Find A Grave Memorial# 23794884 Athens Banner, Nov. 16, 1880 -- page 2 Died in a horse accident

King Alonzo - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery

Kircus Patrick M(N) – Private March 20 1862 Roll dated November 1st 1863 shows him absent without leave AWOL Pension 1898 Born 1831 Lawrenceville, Ga. Served 3 years surrendered at Appomattox May 5 1865 67 years old Witness Francis Marion Brooks up to 1902 70 years old Mary Jane Kircus Widowers Pension 1902 Died 21 May 1902 up to 1907 Find a grave

Leggett Martin

Lockridge Amon – Born 25 December 1830 Died 21 February 22, 1920 Buried at Trinity Methodist Church Cemetery Wife Cynthia/Synthia J 1842-1936 Pension 1910 Entered into service May 12, 1862 to April 9, 1865 also B. J. Lockridge Was Synthia J. Tedder

Lockridge Richard

Lockridge Francis Marion

Lockridge Thomas N – private May 12 1862. Appears on a register of refugees and rebel deserters Provost Marshall General, Washington D C as received Feb 21 1865. Took oath of allegiance to US Government and furnished transportation to Cincinnati, Ohio

Loveless Levi J – Enlisted as Captain in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. August 13, 1838 Died August 29 1902 Served in Co. D, 9th Battalion, Georgia Artillery Buried Mount Zion Baptist Church Cemetery Snellville, Gwinnett County Ga. Son of Levi Loveless and Temperance Jones. He married Elizabeth J. Davenport. He is buried next to his mother

Loveless Francis M – Born 1 May 1840, Died 11 April 1863 cemetery Records Gwinnett Franklin Garrett Necrology Record # 11788

Lowery Edmond J

Lowery Elijah Mason – • Died 12 FEB 1897 in New Blaine,Logan CO,AR Burial: Elizabeth Hall Cemetery,Logan CO,AR ELIJAH MASON LOWERY
Material researched and/or transcribed by Barbara L. Van Norsdall
This Elijah Mason Lowery was mustered in the 9th Georgia Light Artillery, Battery D, Gwinnett Artillery Georgia Volunteers, April 23, 1862.
Sarah Elizabeth Lockridge Lowery applied for her husband's pension. It was approved August 18, 1915. This is documented in "Confederate Veterans and Widows Pension paid by State of Arkansas, extracted and listed by Bill Hanks and appeared in the publication, Wagon Wheels, of the Logan County, Arkansas Historical Society, in the fall 1981. It is listed as Lowery, Eligiah M., Application Number 24198, widow Sallie Lowery, Veteran's Record of Service Company D, 9th Georgia Artillery from 1862 - 1865. Company D was from Gwinnett County. Edmond J. Lowery becomes a member the same time of Elijah. John N. Lowery is a member of Company B since August of 1861 and transferred to Company D. Francis Marion, who was younger, joins Company D July 25, 1864. Confederate Military Extended Edition indicates that Company D fought in Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Virginia. There is indication that they were at the surrender at Appomatox. Elijah Mason Lowery's cards on the Georgia Confederate Army Film show that he went in as a private, was promoted to corporal by Nov 1, 1863, was promoted to Sargeant by February 29, 1864, but came out as a corporal. From http://www.adsd.com/barry/gwinnett a man by the name of Barry has an article on the history of Battery D, 9th Battalion Georgia Light Artillery known as "Gwinnett Artillery". It was organized April 23, 1862 by Captain Tyler M. Peeples and sent to Atlanta to guard government stores, awaiting the arrival of arms and equipment. In August of 1862 it was with General Humphrey Marshall at Abingdon, Virginia serving as the base of Marshall's command through most of 1862 and 1863. In December 30, 1862 they marched 28 miles to Saltville, Virginia to defend the works there. September 19-20, 1863 they participated in the Battle of Chickamauga and protected a ridge near Chickamauga Creek with two, twelve pound Napoleon cannons, two, twenty four pound howitzers and sixty-nine pounds of ammunition. (Army of Tennesseee). January - March 1864 they were with detachement of Army of Northen Virginia in Tennessee. October 1864 they were ordered to Richmond for heavy duty. November 1864 - March 1865 they were with General Richard S. Ewell, the the Army of Northen Virginia at Petersburg, Virginia. April 9, 1865, they surrendered with General Robert E. Lee at Appomattox Court House, Virginia. In the 1890 Tax Book for Logan County, Arkansas, E. M. Lowery owned a total of 312 acres with a value of $1,420. The story is that Elijah Mason and Sally were successful farmers. They also raised hogs. Elijah was known far and wide to swine dealers as "Greasy Lowry". From Sarah Paralee McClung Denton, Elijah was short, light complected, sandy hair, blue eyes. He was English, Irish and Scots."Sometime after the Civil War they decided to leave Georgia and move to the Oregon Territory. They came through Little Rock and up the "Old Military Road" and when they came to Blaine, Arkansas they found a farm for sale and decided to buy and stay. They eventually bought other property. Elijah did not want Julia to marry J. R. McClung because he didn't think McClung was a hard enough worker and didn't know now to save. Elijah Mason Lowery wouldn't sell on credit to a man that had patches on his seat because he figured he sat too much, but he would sell on credit to a man that had patches on his knees because he figured he worked. There is a story that Elijah Mason was in Oklahoma when he died and his son Robert Lee Lowery had to take a covered wagon and retrieve his body and bring him home for burial. But this has not been proven. The medical records of his son Mason indicates that Elijah died of blood poisoning.

Lowery Frances Marion – Deserted. Received at Washington D C , a Confederate Deserter Feb. 4 1865. Took oath of allegiance to US Government and furnished transportation to New York City. Born April 4 1846 Died September 2 1880 Buried in Antioch Cleburne County Alabama

Lowery John N-Transferred from Company B? refer to Elijah Mason Lowery above

Lowery Henry

Lowery Newt

McConnell James Enlisted as Captain in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861.

McClung Henry C. died 11-25/1863 Son of Suel H burial place unknown. The seventh child of Sewell Henry and Elizabeth McClung was born 3 Aug 1841 in GA. He died in the Civil War 25 Nov 1863 with W. T. Johnson, his brother-in-law.

McClung John A. Died 1899 EBC cemetery

Maddox Daniel W – Pension 1895 Born 1828 Gwinnett County, Ga. Occupation farmer served till Appomattox. For a term of 2 years Living at Buford, Ga. 1906 pensions says 77 years old. Buried in Gwinnett Duncan Creek Congregational

Maddox Pink G –Pension 1896 Born May 18, 1829 Gwinnett County Enlisted Nov 1863 served 1 year 5 month since surrender at Appomattox. Occupation farmer Witness Tyler M. Peeples Aged 73 Years Died Feb 22, 1900 Mount Moriah Baptist Church Cemetery

Maddox Toss

Maffett Robert N – Private May 13 1862 Roll Dated Nov 1st 1863 shows him present. Born 10 February 1845 Died 19 April 1903 Buried at Rock Springs United Methodist Church Gwinnett County Ga. Pension app 1902 Served 3 years aged 56

Mangum William A Widows Pension Mary Ann Mangum Records service 20 months Left his company on furlough Feb 24, 1865 Died Dec 24, 1896

Moore Thompson (George T, G, T. Moore) – Born 1829 Died 1905 Cmetery records Cherokee Count Franklin Garrett Necrology #121584

Moore William P – A W Moore appears on Hiram C/Sarah C Clark pension app as a witness. Pension 1911 Forsyth County, Ga. Suwannee, Ga. April 1862 Leyden’s Artillery Company D. April 10, 1865

Morgan Richard F - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery Deserted. Captured as a Confederate Deserter Dec. 4 or 7th 1864 Took oath of allegiance to US Government and furnished transportation to Cincinnati, Ohio Born 1822 Died 30 November 1904

Morgan Bell

Morgan John

Moulder Hugh Bird - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery Born 23 March 1828 Died Sept 26 1887

Moulder Singleton – private May 12 1862. Roll dated Nov. 1,1863 shows him absent without leave (AWOL) Appears on a pension for John Johnson 1898-1906, His pension 1920 Living in Roswell, Ga. Rt 31 Age 82 years Enlisted May 1862 Decatur, Ga. Served 3 years till surrender Witness W.W. Wilson Wife M.A. Moulder married Jan 21, 1897 Born 22 January 1838 Died 18 January 1921 Cemetery records Milton County Franklin Garrett Necrology #127505 Neighbors John – Private May 8 1862. transferred to Company A 3rd Regiment Confederate Engineer Troops Aug 18 1863. Roll for July and August shows him present.

Nicholson W B – Enlisted as Captain in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. Pension showed he died in Clark County Athens Ga. Feb 15, 1917

Nix Joseph H – Roll shows him Present Nov. 1 1863 Born 11 June 1845 Died 15 January 1929 FGN id #143325

Parks William B - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th Battalion Ga. Artillery

Payne Jesse -

Payne William B – Buried in Myrtle Hill Cemetery Floyd County Confederate Section

Payne William D – Reverend 13 May 1839 Died 2 February 1917 Fulton FGN id 54029

Peeples Henry L - Private, appears on a receipt for clothing issued July 25 1864. Entered at the age of 17 and served till December 1865 then went to the navy serving under Hiram Parks Bell and served as a guard for confederate money, Source Born Han 10, 1847 Rep from Gwinnett county Source AC Jul 19, 1891 Pension from wife Mary A Peeples Husband Died May 1st 1918 in Lawrenceville Served December 1863 at Saltville, Va. Married Nov 3, 1870 Was a body Guard for Jefferson Davis Witness W.W. Wilson Nary Died Feb 18, 1920

Pruett David E -

Pruett Jack(EJ) (Andrew Jackson)

Pruett Thomas W

Pirkle Albert Green – Private May 12 1862 Roll for Nov 1st 1863 shows him present. Pension records show him furloughed for 60 days on account of Typhoid Fever 1865. Unable to join his command. Died in Forsyth County Ga. Jan. 22 1909

Pirkle Andrew Jackson- Appears on pension of W.P. Moore. Mary Eliza Pirkle Widow pension Andrew Jackson Pirkle died June 25 1913 Enlisted Aril 1862 till surrender at Appomattox Witness L Edmondson & George W. Green Married 17 January 1861

Philips Richard N - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery Pension Records show him sick on furlough 1865

Ragan Thomas Elijah - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery

Rakestraw James F – March 1863 Roll Date Nov. 1st 1863 shows him present no further record.

Roberts Tabner G – June 14th 1862 Roll Date Nov. 1st 1863 shows him present no further record.

Roberts, William Bazzel, Private in Company D of the 9th Georgia Battery Artillery, CSA; Cleveland United Methodist Church Cemetery

Robinson Dave

Robinson Frank (Mason) B12 Sept 1845 D 8 July 1923 FNG 74139

Robinson Leroy - Private May 6 1862. transferred to Company A 3rd Regiment Confederate Engineer Troops Aug 1 1863. Roll for August shows him present Indigent pension 1895 Born 1819 Gwinnett County Went as a substitute in 1862 Lawrenceville, Ga Served 3 years till surrender at Appomattox. Once a blacksmith Witnessed by Tyler Macon Peeples

Samples Anderson G - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery. Wounded in left hand destroying middle finger and disabling arm at Jeffersonville Va. Dec 17 1862 No later Record. Pension 1904 Dawson County Enlisted 17 Dec, 1862 in Virginia

Samples Greenaway A Enlisted as Captain in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861.

Seagraves William J

Sexton William G

Sizemore Ephriam A – May 3rd 1862 Roll Date Nov. 1st 1863 shows him present no further record. on pension of Scott L Baugh as witness

Smith Andrew Jackson – Born 14 November 1825 Died 31 March 1884 Buried in the Smith Burson Cemetery off Waterworks Road in Hall County Ga.

Strickland Hardy W – Witness on Mary A Mangum’s pension app. Indigent person pension 1895 Resides in Forsyth County Webb P.O. born in Madison County, Ga. in 1816

Sudderth Allen Richard- Shows in Company B

Sudderth James P - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery.

Sudderth Joseph E- May 12th 1863 Roll Date Nov. 1st 1863 shows him present no further record. Born 02 January 1836 Died 07 January 1925 Buried Rock Springs United Methodist Church Gwinnett County Ga. Wife Julia 1845 – 1918 Pension says enlisted April 1st 1861 at Sugar Hill Gwinnett Co. Served till surrender living in Buford

Sudderth William H - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery. Roll Date Nov. 1st 1863 shows him present no further record. Buried at Hopewell Christian Church Cemetery, old Peachtree Road 2 miles North of Lawrenceville Suwannee Road Born 13 November 1842 Died 28 September 1920 Slightly Wounded. Wifes pension Mrs. Elizabeth Moore Sudderth married 20 Nov. 1866 . His pension says while on duty at Chickamauga was wounded by a one ounce lead ball which struck me in the left side inflicting a sever wound and taken to the Stewers division hospital for treatment remained there for a few days and received a furlough for 30 days and after furlough returned to my company at Chattanooga, Tenn. and surrendered on April 9 1865 at Appomattox Courthouse Va. Witness R.W. Wheeler and J,l. Yancey

Taylor Isaac

Taylor William

Thompson William D - March 18th 1863 Roll Date Nov. 1st 1863 shows him present no further record.

Tinney John - Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery. Born 13 Dec 1829 Died 18 March 1892
Franklin Garrett Necrology

Tinney Thomas

Venable Willis Erwin born 25, December 25 1842 Died 24 November 1920 - M226 roll 62 Civil War Soldiers and Sailors system

Verner John Lewis- April 30th 1862 Roll Date Nov. 1st 1863 shows him present no further record. Born 25 Sept 1841 Died 18 Oct 1900 buried at Rock Springs Methodist Church Cemetery Gwinnett County, Wife Mary E Taylor 1845 - 1921 Married June 8th 1862 Enlisted April 1 1861 served since surrender Witness W.H. Sudderth

Wellborn Davis

Wellborn Pearce Mashburn - Pearce Mashburn Wellborn, known as P.M. was born Nov 5, 1836 in Atlanta or Forsyth County, Ga. He died Nov 8, 1925 in Abilene, Taylor County, TX. His wife was Harriet Isabel Bailey Wellborn. Their children were:
John Elijah Wellborn (1858 - Feb 27, 1885), William Hope Wellborn, born June 16, 1860 and died June 1 1915, Henry P. Wellborn (died August 10, 1935)

Wheeler Asa Jackson (W)

Wheeler Richard M – Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery. R.M. Wheeler witness for Morgan S. Brown pension application & William Hay Enlisted at KirkWood, Ga Wifes Pension Mrs. Abie Wheeler 1919 Masarried Dec 7, 1871 Boern 18 July 1843 Died March 19, 1917 in Gwinnett county, Ga. R.M Wheelers pension states wounded bu horse falling over embankment on top of me left arm near shoulder and left shoulder dislocated and spinal cord injured and partially paralyzed legs so as to render him unfit for service. Placed in hospiatl in Knoxville for six months and then furloughed home. After furlough returned to company at Bristol Tenn. In 1864 and served till April 9, 1865 Appomattox

Whitley George - May 12th 1862 Roll Date Nov. 1st 1863 shows him present no further record.

Williamson Walton A - May 12th 1862 Roll Date Nov. 1st 1863 shows him present no further record.

Wilkerson John D Enlisted as private in Company F 6th Georgia State troops Oct 21st 1861. April 16 1862 shows him present Mustered out of Savannah, Ga. April 1862 Enlisted as a private in Company D 9th battalion Ga. Artillery.

Wilson James L – My GGG grandfather, James L. Wilson served in this unit. He drew a confederate pension in Craighead County, Arkansas from 1901 until his death on 20 Dec 1935. He was born in Clarke County Georgia, 27 Jan 1844/6. I believe he enlisted from Gwinnett. He married Elizabeth Johnson, daughter of Williamson and Missouri (Stone) Johnson of Gwinnett County. By 1880 they were living in Craighead County.

Wilson William A – M2226 roll 66 CWS&SS Also (Wilson W.A.)

Wilson William W – Private May 3rd 1862 Appointed 2nd Corporal Roll Date Nov. 1st 1863 shows him present no further record. Member of House of Representatives from Gwinnett County, Served till Lee’s Surrender AC Sept 1, 1908 Witness on W.Craig & M.E. Edmondson resides in Norcross, Ga. 75 years old 1919 pension

Wisdom John L - Private May 12rd 1862 Roll Date Nov. 1st 1862 shows him sick on furlough no further record Application for Allowance 1889 Says he served with Company B at the Battle of Knoxville in June 1863 Wounded by a Minnie ball passing through the fore finger at the joint of the right hand causing the finger to be amputated with finger gone deprived him use of his entire hand. Born 5 October 1827 Died May 2nd 1902

Yancey Jake L. (possibly Jacob L.) b: 29 OCT 1845 in Gwinnett County, Georgia d: 19 APR 1924 in Gwinnett County, Georgia Bay Creek, Gwinnett

Young Christopher Columbus –1902 Pension records Born in 1843 at Abbeville District South Carolina Joined 9th Georgia 1n 1862 and served 3 years Witnessed by Tyler Macon Peeples

Young David W. Resides at Norcross, Georgia since 1846 Born in December 1830 in South Carolina Enlisted in May 1862 in Gwinnett County Served 11 months and was discharged March 1863 due to epilepsy occupation farmer and was home at the time of surrender Witness William Born and Tyler Macon Peeples 1906 pension Died July 15, 1918 Wife Nancy A (Jenkins)Young Pensions 1918 She died May 31st 1921

Young W W – private Died November 8, 1862 Buried in Oakland Ceme
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Re: Upcoming Plans

Postby Jim » Thu Dec 20, 2012 2:10 am

Disregard my other post.
This is what I'm looking for. I think this will be helpful for my series of articles in the Heritage.
Do you have something more detailed than this in the way of a timeline?:

Organized April 23, 1862, by Captain Tyler M. Peeples.
Sent to Atlanta to guard government stores, awaiting the arrival of arms and equipment.
August 1862
With General Humphrey Marshall at Abingdon, Virginia.
This served as the base of Marshall's command through most of 1862 and 1863.
December 30, 1862
Marched 28 miles to Saltville, Virginia to defend the works there.
September 19-20, 1863
Participated in the Battle of Chickamauga and protected a ridge near Chickamauga Creek with two, twelve pound Napoleon cannons, two twenty-four pound howitzers, and sixty-nine rounds of ammunition. (Army of Tennessee).
January-March 1864
With detachement of Army of Northern Virginia in Tennessee.
October 1864
Ordered to Richmond for heavy duty.
November 1864 - March 1865
With General Richard S. Ewell, in the Army of Northern Virginia at Petersburg, Virginia.
April 9, 1865
Surrendered with General Robert E. Lee at Appomattox Court House, Virginia.
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Re: Upcoming Plans

Postby Jim » Sun Sep 01, 2013 2:23 am

August 2013:
We now have about 80 audio files available from the 1970s and 80s.

September 2013:
The first stage of The Fowler Collection should be available this month. This is around 800 photographs that have been scanned. Stage two will be at a later date and will be scanning the negatives in the collection.

We hope to have the 1864 Tax Digest abstract available by the end of the year.
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Re: Upcoming Plans

Postby ghsweb » Thu Oct 31, 2013 1:54 am

[quote="Barrycdog"]I have been doing a lot of work with the 9th Battalion Geoargia Artillery Company D. Allow me to share my roster. I have been trying to update it with new information. I am happy to share with anyone.

Barry,
Do you know anything more about Henry C. McClung or W. T. Johnson? A friend of mine said there is a reference in Porter Alexander's memoirs about two deaths during the Knoxville Campaign from Yankee artillery but was lacking details or a date.
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Re: Upcoming Plans

Postby Barrycdog » Fri Feb 27, 2015 2:23 pm

Johnson William T – Descriptive list and account of pay and clothing. Age 30, Eyes Blue, Hair light, complexion fair, height 5’ 8” from Georgia Walton County Blacksmith Note says he died at Virginia 21st, January 1864 Records at Saltville, Virginia. .Private May 12, 1862 m Under Macon Tyler Peeples at Lawrenceville, Gwinnett County Georgia for 3 years Present, April 23 to July 1st 1862. July 1 to Nov.. 1, 1863 Bounty Paid $50 June 10, 1862,Pvt. Company D 9th Battalion Georgia Artillery name appears on a Register of Claims of Deceased officers which filed for settlement in the Office of the Confederate States Auditor for the war department, Presented by Nicy Ann Johnson Wife and two children July 7 1864, died June 21, 1864 Filed Confederate Archives Chapter 10, File No. 31Page 58 W. Fennel Copyist. He died in the Civil War 21 January 1864 died of disease with W. T. Johnson, his brother-in-law Henry C. McClung The seventh child of Sewell Henry and Elizabeth McClung was born 3 Aug 1841 in GA Affidavit by Adam Robinson G.T. Rakestraw Ordinary


McClung Henry C. Appears on a Register of Claims of Deceased Officer s and Soldiers which were filed for settlement in the Office of the Confederate States Auditor for the War Department presented by Suel H. McClung Father Filed July 7th, 1864 Private Age 19, eyes blue hair light, complexion fair, height 5’ 10” from Georgia Gwinnett County farmer Enlisted November 1st, 1862 in Gwinnett County, Georgia for 3 years under Captain Macon Tyler Peeples last paid Nov 1st 1863 died 11-25/1863 Son of Suel H burial place unknown. The seventh child of Sewell Henry and Elizabeth McClung was born 3 Aug 1841 in GA. He died in the Civil War 25 Nov 1863 with W. T. Johnson, his brother-in-law.
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