Georgia Troopers – Company H – A to M

Cobb’s Legion Cavalry Battalion
Army of Northern Virginia Cavalry
Georgia Troopers – Company H
Athens, Georgia

compiled by Ed Rowe

Roster of Company H
Privates A to M

Abercrombie, John H. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; transferred into company C of the Legion cavalry on 1 Jan 1863; on furlough of indulgence on 18 Feb 1864; on horse detail to GA on 20 Sep 1864; was identified as being wounded during the war in the book Annals of Athens, GA, 1801 – 1901 by Augustus Longstreet Hull

Alexander, John, J. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; listed on a payroll of recruits for company C of the Legion cavalry dated 25 Apr 1862 showing he received $50.00 for payment of bounty; listed on a register of the Medical Director’s Office as being admitted to a hospital in Petersburg, VA in April of 1863 for pneumonia; reimbursed $26.50 from Young J. Anderson, Assistant Quartermaster for Cobb’s Legion Cavalry Battalion, at Culpeper Court House, VA on 23 May 1863 for cash he paid for medical services received on 29 Mar 1863; died on 1 Oct 1863 of pyemia at the General Receiving Hospital, also known as the Charity Hospital and formerly the Exchange Hotel, in Gordonsville, VA

Allen, Charles H. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in February of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; on horse detail to GA on 23 Feb 1864 by Cavalry Corps Special Order No. 27; in GA on sick furlough in September of 1864; surrendered on 26 Apr 1865 at Greensboro, NC; paroled on 1 May 1865 at Greensboro, NC

Arnold, Stephen T. B. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; discharged from service and paid off on 23 Aug 1862

Ash, Thomas J. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; listed on a muster roll of sick and wounded soldiers at General Hospital No. 16 in Richmond, VA in October of 1862; listed on the November/December 1863 muster roll as being sent to a hospital on 1 Apr 1863; listed on the March/April 1864 muster roll as a deserter and dropped from the rolls; took oath of allegiance to the United States on 22 Mar 1864 at Chattanooga, TN

Autry, H. S. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in February of 1862 in Lynchburg, VA by a Capt. Landers; on horse detail to GA on 23 Feb 1864 by Cavalry Corps Special Order No. 27; last shown with company on the 1 Apr 1864 muster roll; deserted and dropped from rolls in April of 1864

Avera, Thomas (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in April of 1862 in Atlanta by Lt. Thomas C. Williams; on horse detail to GA on 23 Feb 1864 by Cavalry Corps Special Order No. 27; in GA on 30 day sick furlough from Jackson Hospital in Richmond, VA on 15 Aug 1864

Barrett, James R. (Pvt./Pvt.) – originally enlisted into company C of the Legion cavalry in August of 1861 in Athens by Capt. William G. Delony; sent to recruiting camp in September of 1863; first shown to be in company H on the November/December 1863 muster roll; on horse detail to GA on 20 Sep 1864; surrendered on 26 Apr 1865 at Greensboro, NC; paroled on 1 May 1865 at Greensboro, NC

Barrett, Lewis W. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; reported as missing on 9 Jun 1863 after the cavalry battle at Brandy Station, VA; was later found out that he was captured by the enemy at Beverly Ford on the Rappahannock River during the battle; listed on a roll of prisoners of war paroled at the Old Capitol Prison in Washington, D.C. on 25 Jun 1863; exchanged at City Point, VA on 30 Jun 1863; listed on a receipt roll for clothing at 1st Division General Hospital at Camp Winder in Richmond, VA in July of 1863; on horse detail to GA on 23 Feb 1864 by Cavalry Corps Special Order No. 27; absent without leave on 1 Aug 1864; name listed as signature to an oath of allegiance to the United States, subscribed and sworn to on 29 Aug 1864 at Chattanooga, TN; listed on a register of prisoners of war received at a military prison in Louisville, KY and shown to have been captured by the enemy in Lumpkin County, GA; listed on a roll of deserters from the Confederate army at Louisville, KY in September of 1864; name listed as signature to an oath of allegiance to the United States, subscribed and sworn to in September of 1864 at Louisville, KY and sent from the Dept. of the Cumberland to be released north of the Ohio River

Bates, William N. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in July of 1864 at Stony Creek, VA by a Capt. Jones; on horse detail to GA on 20 Sep 1864

Blackburn, Josiah (Pvt./Pvt.) – originally enlisted into company C of the Legion cavalry in August of 1861 in Athens by Capt. William G. Delony; sent to recruiting camp on 1 Aug 1863; at General Hospital in Scottsville, VA on 10 Sep 1863; first shown to be in company H on the November/December 1863 muster roll; in GA on sick furlough in August of 1864

Blackwell, D. G. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in February of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; died on 31 Jan 1863 of chronic diarrhea at Lynchburg, VA

Boggs, Aaron, H. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; last shown with company on the January/February 1863 muster roll

Brian, Aaron (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; listed as present for duty on the March/April and May/June 1862 muster rolls; listed on the July/August 1862 muster roll that he died on 12 Jul 1862 at Camp Meadow, VA

Brian, Ezekiel (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; last shown with company on the May/June 1862 muster roll

Brian, James (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; died on 8 Jul 1862 at Camp Meadow, VA

Brian, William B. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; on horse detail to GA in November of 1863 and on 20 Sep 1864

Brooks, Alonzo A. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; listed on a register of Receiving & Wayside Hospital or General Hospital No. 9, in Richmond, VA in December of 1863; listed on a morning report of Jackson Hospital in Richmond, VA on 15 Dec 1863 as being treated for typhoid fever; wounded on 6 Jan 1864 and listed on a morning report of Jackson Hospital in Richmond, VA on the same day; on wounded furlough for thirty days starting on 7 Jan 1864; on horse detail to GA on 20 Sep 1864

Brown, Tilman H. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in April of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; reported as missing on 9 Jun 1863 after the cavalry battle at Brandy Station, VA; was later found out that he was captured by the enemy at Beverly Ford on the Rappahannock River during the battle; listed on a roll of prisoners of war paroled at the Old Capitol Prison in Washington, D.C. on 25 Jun 1863; exchanged at City Point, VA on 30 Jun 1863; killed in action on 9 Nov 1863

Buffington, O. M. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; listed on the July/August 1862 muster roll that he died on 18 Jul 1862 in Richmond, VA; buried at Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, VA

Bullock, John H. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; reported as missing on 9 Jun 1863 after the cavalry battle at Brandy Station, VA; was later found out that he was captured by the enemy at Beverly Ford on the Rappahannock River during this battle; listed on a roll of prisoners of war paroled at the Old Capitol Prison in Washington, D.C. on 25 Jun 1863; exchanged at City Point, VA on 30 Jun 1863; sent to recruiting camp on 23 Feb 1864; surrendered on 26 Apr 1865 at Greensboro, NC; paroled on 1 May 1865 at Greensboro, NC

Cantrell, Alfred W. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in February of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; on horse detail to GA on 23 Feb 1864 by Cavalry Corps Special Order No. 27; on horse detail to GA on 20 Sep 1864; surrendered on 26 Apr 1865 at Greensboro, NC; paroled on 1 May 1865 at Greensboro, NC

Cantrell, John C. (Pvt./Pvt.) – originally enlisted into company C of Phillips’ Legion Cavalry Battalion in June of 1861 at Camp McDonald, GA by a Capt. H. Buchanan; transferred into company H of the Legion cavalry on 12 Nov 1863; on provost duty in January of 1864; on horse detail to GA on 20 Sep 1864

Cantrell, Starlin B. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in February of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; detailed to go to GA after a horse on 11 Nov 1863; absent without leave in January and June of 1864; elected as tax receiver/collector in January of 1864 in GA

Carter, Bennett H. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; killed on 9 Jun 1863 during the cavalry battle at Brandy Station, VA

Chandler, Green W. M. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; the March/April and May/June 1862 muster rolls show he was enlisted by Capt. William G. Delony, but the July/August 1862 muster roll shows he was enlisted by Lt. Ritch; discharged from service and paid off on 17 Jul 1862

Childers, Thomas M. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; on horse detail to GA in November of 1863; absent without leave in January and September of 1864

Cooper, John M. (Pvt./Pvt.) – originally enlisted into company C of the Legion cavalry in August of 1861 in Athens by Capt. William G. Delony; first shown to be in company H on the April/September 1864 muster roll; surrendered on 26 Apr 1865 at Greensboro, NC; paroled on 1 May 1865 at Greensboro, NC

Davis, Benjamin (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; discharged from service and paid off on 17 Jul 1862

Davis, William L. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in July of 1864 in Madison, GA by a Capt. Johnson; on horse detail to GA on 20 Sep 1864; surrendered on 26 Apr 1865 at Greensboro, NC; paroled on 1 May 1865 at Greensboro, NC

Davis, William W. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in February of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; on horse detail to GA on 20 Sep 1864; surrendered on 26 Apr 1865 at Greensboro, NC; paroled on 1 May 1865 at Greensboro, NC

Dougherty, Henry R. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; transferred to company G (Fulton Dragoons) of the Legion cavalry on 1 Jun 1862; listed as being on extra duty in the Commissary Department on the July/August and November/December 1862 muster rolls; listed as being on extra duty in the Commissary Department on the January/February, March/April and November/December 1863 muster rolls; on horse detail to GA on 23 Feb 1864 by Cavalry Corps Special Order No. 27; listed as being on extra duty in the Commissary Department on the January/February, March/April, May/August, and September/October 1864 muster rolls; surrendered on 26 Apr 1865 at Greensboro, NC; paroled on 1 May 1865 at Greensboro, NC

Eaton, Robert H. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in April of 1862 in Atlanta by Lt. Thomas C. Williams; listed on the March/April 1863 muster roll as being entitled to two months extra pay due to a mistake on the forms roll; filed a claim of $200.00 for a large grey horse which was lost for want of forage on 10 Jul 1863 near Martinsburg, WV during the retreat from PA; detailed to go to GA after a horse on 11 Nov 1863; absent without leave in January of 1864; listed on a register of General Hospital No. 4 in Richmond, VA on 17 Apr 1864; listed on a register of Episcopal Church Hospital in Williamsburg, VA on 29 Apr 1864 for complaint of calculus; listed on a register of CSA General Hospital in Danville, VA on 6 Dec 1864 for complaint of calculus

Epps, Joseph A. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; on horse detail to GA on 23 Feb 1864 by Cavalry Corps Special Order No. 27; wounded in service; surrendered on 26 Apr 1865 at Greensboro, NC; paroled on 1 May 1865 at Greensboro, NC

Evans, Jasper (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; sent to recruiting camp in August of 1863; wounded and sent to a hospital on 27 Oct 1864

Fergerson, Lorenzo. D. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in April of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; listed on the November/December 1863 muster roll as being without a horse for four months; listed on the January/February 1864 muster roll as being without a horse for one month and 23 days; on horse detail to GA on 20 Sep 1864

Fesler, Daniel (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted into the 3rd GA Infantry in June of 1861 by a Lt. Billups; transferred into company H of the Legion cavalry on 30 Jan 1863; sent to recruiting camp in January of 1864; on horse detail to GA on 20 Sep 1864; surrendered on 26 Apr 1865 at Greensboro, NC; paroled on 1 May 1865 at Greensboro, NC

Fesler, Jacob (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; last shown with company on the January/February 1863 muster roll until the surrender; surrendered on 26 Apr 1865 at Greensboro, NC; paroled on 1 May 1865 at Greensboro, NC

Fields, Julius J. (Pvt./Pvt.)– originally enlisted into company C of the Legion cavalry in August of 1861 in Athens by Capt. William G. Delony; first shown to be in company H on a casualty list published in The Southern Banner, an Athens newspaper, that reported him as missing on 9 Jun 1863 after the cavalry battle at Brandy Station, VA; was later found out that he was captured by the enemy at Beverly Ford on the Rappahannock River during this battle; listed on a roll of prisoners of war paroled at the Old Capitol Prison in Washington, D.C. on 25 Jun 1863; listed on a receipt roll for clothing issued to exchanged prisoners of war on 7 Jul 1863; received $20.40 on 19 Dec 1863 for commutation of rations while absent with leave and sick at a private house in Madison County, VA from 24 Feb 1863 to 29 Mar 1863 by order of Dr. Henry S. Bradley, Assistant Surgeon of the Legion cavalry; on horse detail to GA on 23 Feb 1864 by Cavalry Corps Special Order No. 27; on horse detail to GA on 20 Sep 1864; captured by the enemy at Lynches Creek, SC on 25 Feb 1865; appeared on a register of prisoners of war at Hart’s Island, New York Harbor dated 10 Apr 1865; released from prisoner of war camp at Hart’s Island on 17 Jun 1865 and took oath of allegiance to the United States on 18 Jun 1865

Foster, James H. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; died on 7 Oct 1862 of chronic diarrhea; buried in a mass grave located in the Confederate soldier section of Thornrose Cemetery in Staunton, VA

Francisco, John (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1864 in Atlanta by a Capt. Blackshear; on extra duty in April of 1864; transferred to C. S. Navy on 25 Apr 1864 – has no horse; resident of Tennessee

Gamblin, John L. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; on horse detail to GA on 23 February 1864 by Cavalry Corps Special Order No. 27; surrendered on 26 Apr 1865 at Greensboro, NC; paroled on 1 May 1865 at Greensboro, NC

Gilbert, Jasper (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in February of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; shown to be without a horse for 1 month and 23 days in March of 1864; on extra duty in April of 1864; on horse detail to GA on 20 Sep 1864; surrendered on 26 Apr 1865 at Greensboro, NC; paroled on 1 May 1865 at Greensboro, NC

Gillespie, Milton W. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in July of 1863 in Homer, GA by a Lt. Fields; became sick with measles and sent to a hospital at Camp Winder in Richmond, VA on or about 12 May 1864; listed on the April/September 1864 and September/October 1864 muster rolls as being on sick furlough since 15 May 1864; sent home to GA on sick furlough for thirty days on or about 13 Jun 1864; while home, his sick furlough kept getting extended until the end of the war; took oath of allegiance to the United States at Washington, GA after the surrender

Gillespie, William P. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; listed on a roll of non-commissioned officers and privates employed on extra duty as a teamster at camps in VA from 31 Mar 1863 to 7 May 1863; sent to recruiting camp in November of 1863; on horse detail to GA on 20 Sep 1864

Gilmer, Ezekial F. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in February of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; died on 25 Jul 1862 at General Hospital No. 14 in Richmond, VA

Glaze, Jacob H. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; on horse detail to GA on 23 Feb 1864 by Cavalry Corps Special Order No. 27; admitted to Receiving & Wayside Hospital or General Hospital No. 9 in Richmond, VA in June of 1864 – returned to duty on 6 Jul 1864; on horse detail to GA on 20 Sep 1864

Glaze, James M. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; listed on a register of claims of deceased officers and soldiers from GA which was filed for settlement in the Office of the Confederate States Auditor for the War Department; his mother, Martha Glaze, filed for this claim on 10 Sep 1863 stating that he was killed in battle on or about 10 Jul 1863 in MD; on this date the Confederate army was in the process of returning to VA after the battle of Gettysburg; two documents in his compiled service record lists him as absent without leave after his death – suspect these two documents are actually misfiled and should be in John M. Glaze’s compiled service record

Glaze, John M. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; without a horse and absent without leave in January of 1864; in Georgia on sick furlough in July of 1864; absent without leave in August of 1864

Griffeth, D. A. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in April of 1862 in Atlanta by Lt. Thomas C. Williams; died on 26 Jun 1862 at Camp Meadow near Richmond, VA; a document in his compiled service record also lists him as being discharged from service and paid off on 23 Aug 1862

Hardy, Augustus F. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in February of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; killed on 9 Jun 1863 during the cavalry battle at Brandy Station, VA

Harper, George (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; discharged from service and paid off on 20 Aug 1862

Harrington, Charles (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in January of 1863 in Stevensburg, VA by Capt. Ritch; was misidentified as C. Hampton in a casualty list published in The Southern Banner, an Athens newspaper, that reported him as being wounded on 9 Jun 1863 during the cavalry battle at Brandy Station, VA; was identified as being slightly wounded during this battle in a letter written by Lt. Col. William G. Delony to his wife on 10 Jun 1863; listed on a register of claims for deceased officers and soldiers from GA which was filed for settlement in the Office of the Confederate States Auditor for the War Department; his widow, Jane Harrington, filed for this claim on 10 Sep 1863 stating that he was killed during the Battle of Gettysburg on 2 Jul 1863; on this date, company H was involved in a countercharge against enemy troops led by Brigadier General George Armstrong Custer on Hunterstown Road just south of Hunterstown, PA, which is a small town located approximately five miles northeast of Gettysburg

NOTE: There is a very good possibility that in August of 1871 Pvt. Harrington’s grave was relocated from the Gettysburg area to Laurel Grove North Cemetery near downtown Savannah, GA and incorrectly identified as G. H. Hangman. His grave in PA may have been identified as Ch. Harrington.

Harris, Richard D. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in April of 1862 in Atlanta by Lt. Thomas C. Williams; on horse detail to GA on 23 Feb 1864 by Cavalry Corps Special Order No. 27; listed on a register of Receiving & Wayside Hospital or General Hospital No. 9 in Richmond, VA on 8 and 9 May 1864; listed on a morning report at Jackson Hospital in Richmond, VA on 9 May 1864 with a wound from a minie ball in the left shoulder; listed on a morning report at Jackson Hospital in Richmond, VA on 23 May 1864; sent home to GA for sixty days on wounded furlough; on horse detail to GA on 20 Sep 1864; admitted to CSA General Hospital No. 11 in Charlotte, NC on 25 Nov 1864 for neuralgia and returned to duty on 28 Nov 1864; captured by the enemy at or near the end of the war and paroled at Thomasville, GA on 18 May 1865

Head, George W. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; without a horse in November of 1863; without a horse in January of 1864; detailed as a teamster on 23 Feb 1864 due to not having a horse; on horse detail to GA on 13 Mar 1864 by Cavalry Corps Special Order No. 36; deserted and dropped from muster roll in April of 1864; took oath of allegiance to the United States on 22 Apr 1864

Hood, William C. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; sent to recruiting camp in January of 1864; on horse detail to GA on 20 Sep 1864

Hopkins, John D. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; on horse detail to GA on 11 Nov 1863; absent without leave in January of 1864; on horse detail to GA on 20 Sep 1864; surrendered on 26 Apr 1865 at Greensboro, NC; paroled on 1 May 1865 at Greensboro, NC

Jackson, Stephen E. F. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; on horse detail to GA on 23 Feb 1864 by Cavalry Corps Special Order No. 27; on horse detail to GA on 20 Sep 1864; surrendered on 26 Apr 1865 at Greensboro, NC; paroled on 1 May 1865 at Greensboro, NC

Jay, William H. B. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; captured by the enemy on 28 Jun 1863; surrendered on 26 Apr 1865 at Greensboro, NC; paroled on 1 May 1865 at Greensboro, NC

King, William J. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; on provost duty in January of 1864; listed on the 1 Apr 1864 muster roll as being on detached service for extra duty by order of the brigade commander; on horse detail to GA on 20 Sep 1864; surrendered on 26 Apr 1865 at Greensboro, NC; paroled on 1 May 1865 at Greensboro, NC

Landrum, Benjamin (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1863 in Stevensburg, VA by Capt. Ritch; on horse detail to GA on 11 Nov 1863; absent without leave in January of 1864; on horse detail to GA on 20 Sep 1864

Landrum, Monroe M. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; last shown with company on the January/February 1863 muster roll

Lay, Elijah C. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; listed on a register of a CSA General Hospital on 23 Jul 1862 for fever – returned to duty on 30 Jul 1862; last shown with company on the September/October 1862 muster roll

Lay, Marcus L. (Pvt./Pvt.) – originally enlisted into company G of the 16th GA Infantry in July of 1861 in Jefferson, GA by an Adjutant Barrow; transferred into company H of the Legion cavalry in August of 1862; on horse detail to GA on 23 Feb 1864 by Cavalry Corps Special Order No. 27; shot in the right arm with a minie ball on 7 May 1864 and sent home to GA on wounded furlough

Leckie, Alexander (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; on horse detail to GA on 23 Feb 1864 by Cavalry Corps Special Order No. 27; in GA on sick furlough in May of 1864

Martin, John (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in September of 1862 in Athens by Capt. Ritch; absent without leave on 1 Nov 1863; $48.00 cash drawn at hospital on 12 Nov 1863 and 2 Jan 1864

Martin, Malachi Chappell (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; sent to recruiting camp on 12 Nov 1863; listed on a roll of prisoners of war captured by U.S. forces under Brvt. Brig. Gen. W. J. Palmer in Athens, GA and paroled there on 8 May 1865

Matthews, William J. A. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; sent to recruiting camp in June of 1864; surrendered on 26 Apr 1865 at Greensboro, NC; paroled on 1 May 1865 at Greensboro, NC

McWhorter, David F. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; on provost duty in December of 1863; on horse detail to GA on 20 Sep 1864; surrendered on 26 Apr 1865 at Greensboro, NC; paroled on 1 May 1865 at Greensboro, NC

Meaders, B. R. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in June of 1864 in Dahlonega, GA by a Col. Mason; on horse detail to GA on 20 Sep 1864

Means, Samuel D. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in March of 1862 in Athens by Lt. Ritch; died on 7 Sep 1862 of typhoid fever at General Hospital No. 13 in Richmond, VA – was attacked by typhoid fever followed by inflammation of kidneys; from Banks County, GA

Milligan, Joseph C. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in July of 1863 in Stevensburg, VA by Adjutant William L. Church; on horse detail to GA on 20 Sep 1864; surrendered on 26 Apr 1865 at Greensboro, NC; paroled on 1 May 1865 at Greensboro, NC

Moore, John A. (Pvt./Pvt.) – enlisted in April of 1862 in Atlanta by Lt. Thomas C. Williams; listed on a register of the CSA General Hospital in Charlottesville, VA on 14 Jun 1862 for typhoid fever – returned to duty on 7 Jul 1862; listed on a register of Chimborazo Hospital No. 2 in Richmond, VA on 9 Jan 1863 for pneumonia – returned to duty on 11 Jan 1863; listed on a register of the General Hospital at Camp Winder in Richmond, VA from 14 Jan 1864 until 21 Jan 1864 for chronic diarrhea; sent to recruiting camp in January of 1864; captured by the enemy on 11 Jun 1864 at Louisa Court House, VA; listed on a roll of prisoners of war at Point Lookout, MD on 20 Jun 1864; transferred to Elmira, NY prisoner of war camp on 25 Jul 1864; died on 10 Jan 1865 of pneumonia and buried at Woodlawn National Cemetery in Elmira; grave marker is identified as number 1215

Posted with permission from Ed Rowe. If you have any questions or additional information about this roster, please contact Ed Rowe jedrowe@bellsouth.net.

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