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The American Civil War
Rosters of the Men From
Bartow County, Georgia

MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY I
63rd REGIMENT
GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY CSA
BARTOW AND OTHER COUNTIES

This company was organized in December 1862, and served throughout the war. This regiment, from December 1862 - May 1864, was assigned to the Dept. of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, defending the Georgia and South Carolina coasts in the vicinity of Savannah, Ga. Around the middle of May 1864, it joined the Army of Tenn. and fought with this command until the surrender of General Johnston at Greensboro, N. C.

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Name Rank Enlisted Remarks
OFFICERS
Howard, C. W. Elected Captain December 24, 1862 In Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, Ga., with debilities and emaciation, October 31-November 2, 1864. Furloughed from hospital. (Born in Ga.)
Bray, William M. Elected 1st Lieutenant December 23, 1862 In Floyd House Hospital, Macon, Ga., with prostratus and nervous irritability, July 15 - August 31, 1864. Pension record states that he was on detail in S. C., rounding up stragglers at the close of the war. (Born in Ga.)
Coker, William B. C. private in Co. A, 11th Battn. Ga. Artillery July 6, 1861 Appointed 6th Sergeant November 1, 1861. Transferred to Co. B, May 1, 1861; to Co. I, 63d Regiment Ga. Inf. and elected 2d Lieutenant December 24, 1862. (Born in Ga., in 1831 or 1832.)
Howard, Jett T. private in Co. A, 8th Regiment Ga. Inf. May 8, 1861 Wounded in hip at battle of First Manassas, Va., July 21, 1861. Sent home on wounded furlough to Ga. Detailed with Captain Wheaton's (formerly Claghorn's) Battery, Ga. Artillery, and in Signal Corps at Savannah, Ga., 1861, and 1862. Recommended for appointment as lieutenant by Brig. General W. M. Gardner and Vice President Alexander H. Stephens, January 1862. Discharged on Surgeon's certificate of disability, June 12, 1862. Elected Jr. 2d Lieutenant of Co. I, 63d Regiment Ga. Inf., December 22, 1862; 1st Lieutenant. In Floyd House Hospital, Macon, Ga., with gunshot wound in left hip, August 10, 1864. Recommended for appointment as signal operator of vessel running the blockade by Congressman Julian Harbridge of Ga., August 2, 1864. Paroled, Greensboro, N. C., April or May 1865. (Born in Ga., in 1835 or 1836.)
Cater, W. N. (or Carter, W. M.) Appointed 1st Sergeant December 23, 1862 Sick in General Hospital, Savannah, Ga., August 11, 1863. Pension record states that he was orderly sergeant. Wounded July 20, 1864, at Peachtree Creek, Ga. (Born, August 28, 1829.)
Coker, John M. private in Co. A, 11th Battn. Ga. Artillery July 6, 1861 Transferred to Co. B, May 1, 1862. Transferred to Co. I, 63d Regiment Ga. Inf. and appointed 2d Sergeant December 23, 1862. Wounded in left thigh by minie ball at Kennesaw Mountain, Ga., June 18, 1864. In Hood Hospital, Cuthbert, Ga., March 31, 1865. Furloughed from hospital.
Humphreys, D. W. (or Humphries) Appointed 3d Sergeant December 23, 1862 Assigned to Co. C, 2d Battn. Troops and Defences, Macon, Ga., December 31, 1864.
Hanson, J. M. - - Appointed 4th Sergeant December 15, 1862. Died in a hospital, June 14, 1863.
Conley, D. R. (or Conly) Appointed 5th Sergeant December 23, 1862 Reduced to 3d Corporal March or April 1863. Appointed 2d Corporal July or August 1863; 4th Sergeant November 1, 1863. Paroled as a private at Greensboro, N. C., May 1, 1865. Pension record states that he was wounded at Kennesaw Mountain, Ga. (Born in Burke Co., N. C., in 1827. Died in Union Co., Ga., July 2, 1915.)
Northcott, L. S. (or Northcutt) Appointed 1st Corporal December 23, 1862 Discharged, furnished J. W. Walker as substitute, January 14, 1863. Enlisted as a private in Co. F,1st Regiment Ga. State Troops February 1, 1864. Detailed in Quartermaster Dept., March 1864.
Coker, David G. private in Co. A, 11th Battn. Ga. Artillery September 10, 1861 Discharged, disability, December 26, 1861. Appoint d 2d Corporal in Co. I, 63d Regiment Ga. Inf., December 23, 1862 ;1st Corporal March or April 1863 ; 5th Sergeant December 21, 1863. Paroled, as 1st Corporal, Greensboro, N. C., May 1, 1865. (Born in 1840 or 1841.)
McClellan, J. - - Appointed 3d Corporal December 23, 1862. In Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, Ga., with chronic diarrhoea, July 27, 1864. Granted 60 days furlough from the hospital.
Thompson, James Middleton Appointed 4th Corporal December 23, 1862 5th Sergeant March or April 1863. Discharged, disability, October 22, 1863.
PRIVATES
Allen, N. D. (or W. D.) private December 23, 1862 -
Allman, A. A. private December 17, 1862 -
Anderson, M. M. private August 1, 1863 -
Andrews, Solomon Owen (or Solomon C.) private December 23, 1862 Deserted, May 26, 1863. Rejoined the company from desertion January or February 1864. Captured at Stone Mountain, Ga., July 23, 1864, and sent to Camp Chase Prison, Ohio. Died there of chronic diarrhea, April 25, 1865. Buried in Grave No. 1917 in Camp Chase Confederate Cemetery.
Andrews, W. L. private in Co. I, 16th Regiment Ga. Inf. July 16, 1861 Discharged, disability, November 16, 1861. Enlisted as a private in Co. I, 63d Regiment Ga. Inf., February 14, 1863. Discharged, disability, March 16, 1865. (Born in Ga., June 23, 1841.)
Baber, John M. (or James M.) private December 23, 1862 (Born in Ga., January 31, 1831.)
Bearden, Francis M. (or Barden) private December 23, 1862 Detailed as river picket February 1863. In Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, Ga., January 3 - April 30, 1865. Captured at Macon, Ga., April 20-21, 1865.
Braswell, E. L. private December 23, 1862 Dropped from the roll, never having reported to camp, March 4, 1863.
Bray, Bannister Royster private May 22, 1863 Paroled, Macon, Ga., April 20 or 21, 1865. (Born in Ga., March 1843.)
Bray, J. S. private December 23, 1862 Discharged, disability, January 19, 1863.
Bray, W. A. private January 5, 1863 Granted indefinite furlough, October 10, 1863. Had not returned February 29, 1864. Name appears on receipt roll for clothing, May 11, 1864. Paroled, Columbus, Miss., May 17, 1865.
Brintle, O. Elected Jr. 2d Lieutenant of Co. K, 60th Regiment Ga. Inf. May 10, 1862 Tendered resignation on Surgeon's Certificate of Disability, September 29, 1862. Resignation accepted by Par. I, Special Orders No. 237, A. &I. G. O. dated Richmond, Va., October 10, 1862. Enlisted as a private in Co. I, 63d Regiment Ga. Inf., February 6, 1863.
Brown, Joseph Vinson private January 17, 1863 -
Brown, M. L. (or Broom) private January 17, 1863 Died at General Hospital in Savannah, Ga., October 21, 1863.
Brown, W. J. R. private January 24, 1863 -
Brownlee, James private August 1, 1863 Discharged, disability, October 13, 1863.
Brunner, H. W. (or Bruner) private April 24, 1863 -
Buchanan, G. W. (or J. W.) private December 13, 1862 -
Buckalew, William G. (or Buckaloo, or Buckelew) private January 16, 1863 Deserted to the enemy at Adairsville, Ga., May 20, 1864, and sent to Rock Island Prison, Ill. Applied for permission to take the oath of allegiance to the U. S. Released, June 4, 1864.
Buffington, George A. (or Buffingham) private December 23, 1862 Captured at Marietta, Ga., December 19, 1864, and sent to Camp Morton Prison, Ind. Transferred for exchange, February 26, 1865. Died in Jackson Hospital, Richmond, Va., March 5, 1865. Buried there in Hollywood Cemetery.
Buford, Peter (or Beauford, or Beaufort) private February 1, 1863 as a substitute for S. (or J.) Seay. Captured at Marietta, Ga., July 4, 1864 , and sent to Camp Morton Prison, Ind. Transferred for exchange, March 15, 1865. Exchanged at Boulware and Cox's Wharf, James River, Va., March 23, 1865. (Born in 1799.)
Burnett, H. W. private August 1, 1863 -
Burnett, W. R. private December 23, 1862 -
Burney, J. L. private January 20, 1863 Discharged, disability, October 29, 1863.
Camp, Timothy P. private February 19, 1863 Absent without leave for 26 days from October 28, 1863. Placed under arrest on return to company. Deserted to the enemy, July 14, 1864. Took the oath of allegiance to U. S. and was discharged, July 16, 1864.
Campbell, W. J. (or Cammell) private December 17, 1862 -
Chapman, Daniel private August 1, 1863 In General Hospital, Savannah, Ga., August 2, 1863. Absent, sick, December 16, 1863 - February 29, 1864.
Chapman, J. D. private August 1, 1863 Pension record states that he surrendered under General Wofford at Kingston, Ga. (Born in Ga., in 1845.)
Coker, Robert C. private December 23, 1862 Captured at Chattahoochee, Ga., July 5, 1864.
Cole, William C. private January 23, 1863 Pension record states he was at home on account of disability at close of war.
Conaway, Benjamin F. private January 29, 1863 In Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, Ga., with chronic diarrhoea, general debility, and emaciation, June 27, 1864. Furloughed from the hospital for 60 days. Captured at Salisbury, N. C., April 12, 1865. Sent to Camp Chase Prison, Ohio. Took the oath of allegiance to U. S., June 13, 1865, and released. (Born in 1825 or 1826.)
Cook, John Francis private June 28, 1863 In Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, Ga., April 6-8, 1865. Pension record states that he was wounded at the battle of Peachtree Creek, and was sent to a hospital in Vineville, a suburb of Macon, Ga. Record further states that he was granted a sick furlough from the hospital, and was unable to reach his command after the expiration of the furlough. (Born in Talbot Co., Ga., July 14, 1845.)
Cowles, F. A. (or Crowles, or Crowly) private December 23, 1862 -
Cowles, J. M. private December 23, 1862 Dropped from the roll, never having reported to camp, March 4, 1863.
Cowles, R. S. private December 23, 1862 Discharged, physical disability, March 11, 1863.
Craig, John C. private December 23, 1862 Discharged, disability, July 3, 1863.
Curtis, James M. private December 20, 1862 Discharged, because of double hernia, at Thunderbolt, Ga. hospital, October 29, 1863 (Born in S. C., in 1825.)
Davenport, J. S. private January 24, 1863 Absent without leave, October 1863.
Davis, A. S. private in Co. I, 1st Regiment Ga. State Troops January 25, 1862 Discharged. Enlisted as a private in Co. I, 63d Regiment Ga. Inf., December 9, 1862.
DePriest, P. R. private December 23, 1862 The roll dated June 30, 1863, last on file, shows him "dropped from roll by order of General Mercer, March 4."
Dickey, W. J. private November 29, 1862 Died at Atlanta, Ga., June 21, 1864. Buried there in Oakland Cemetery.
Dobbs, S. private August 1, 1863 -
Douglas, R. M. private August 1, 1863 In Concert Hall Hospital, Montgomery, Ala., November 15, 1864.
Dowdle, J. H. private May 10, 1863 Captured near Kingston, Ga., May 21, 1864.
Drummond, John P. private September 14, 1863 (Born in Ga., 1845.)
Dugger, J. M. private August 30, 1863 -
Dunn, Larkin private August 1, 1863 Captured at Calhoun, Ga., May 17, 1864, and sent to Rock Island Prison, Ill. Discharged, May 25, 1864. (Born in Newton Co., Ga., in 1820.)
Dupree, A. N. (or A. W.) private December 23, 1862 Discharged, furnished J. Madison as substitute, March 6, 1863.
Durham, D. M. private April 10, 1863 Pension record states that he lost an eye at Atlanta, Ga., July 22, 1864, and that he was at home, wounded, at the close of the war.
Durham, G. W. private April 6, 1863 Deserted. Rejoined company from desertion, January 1864.
Durham, H. C. private April 6, 1863 Appointed 4th Sergeant April , May or June 1863. Detailed as physician to attend Negroes employed by Government, September 20, 1863. Honorably reduced to private because of continued detail, December 27, 1863. Deserted to the enemy, July 14, 1864. Took the oath of allegiance to the U S., July 16, 1864, and was sent to be released north of the Ohio River.
Edison, J. D. private October 24, 1863 -
Etheridge, H. private January 27, 1863 Died of pneumonia, February 9, 1865.
Etheridge, Sampson private February 17, 1863 Detailed as a nurse, October 1863.
Etheridge, William private February 25, 1863 -
Etheridge, William S. private January 24, 1863 Pension record states that he surrendered with his command at the close of the war.
Everett, James M. private September 28, 1863 In Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, Ga., August 1, 1864.
Fleming, W. private August 1, 1863 -
Ford, H. L. private December 23, 1862 Discharged as a minor, August 18, 1863.
Fountain, D. private February 25, 1863 -
Fountain, J. M. private August 3, 1863 Died at regimental hospital, Thunderbolt Battery, Chatham Co., Ga., November 1, 1863.
Fountain, William private February 25, 1863 Transferred to 7th Regiment Ga. Cavalry by S. O. 82, April 17, 1864. Captured at Louisa Court House or Spotsylvania Court House, Va., June 11, 1864, and sent to Elmira, N. Y., prison. Applied to take the oath of allegiance to U. S., September 15, 1864, claiming to have volunteered for Confederate Army to avoid conscription and requested permission to remain in the North. Died of variola, February 21, 1865. Buried at Elmira, N. Y., in Grave No. 2257.
Frank, S. M. private December 23, 1862 Dropped from roll never having reported to camp, March 4, 1863.
Freeman, J. R. private August 1, 1863 -
Gatewood, T. J. private May 22, 1863 Died at Catoosa Hospital, Griffin, Ga., of rubeola.
Gholston, Gilbert C. private August 1, 1863 Pension record states that he was at Kingston, Ga., at the close of the war. (Born in Madison Co., Ga., December 15, 1821.)
Giles, Clayton ~ See private Co. F.
Godwin, Jonathan Harris (or John Harris) private August 1, 1863 In Floyd House Hospital, Macon, Ga., wounded in left shoulder, July 15-25, 1864. In Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, Ga., with the same wounds, July 25-28, 1864. Furloughed from hospital for 30 days. Again in Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, Ga., August 27 - September 22, 1864.
Goldsmith, G. W. T. (or G. W. S.) private February 20, 1863 Discharged, disability, May 9, 1863.
Gradick, Robert Henry (or Graddick) private December 23, 1862 Appointed 4th Corporal March or April 1863; 2d Corporal November or December 1863.
Hall, W C. private August 1, 1863 Discharged, disability, in 1864. (Born in 1820.)
Harper, J. M. private January 26, 1864 In Oliver Hospital, Dalton, Ga., with extreme emaciation and debility June 21, 1864. Furloughed from the hospital for 60 days. In Hood Hospital, Cuthbert, Ga., March 16 - 31, 1865, accidentally wounded in left hand in Sumter Co., Ga., by rifle ball. Surrendered at Albany, Ga., May 16, 1865.
Harris, H. private December 23, 1862 Detailed as company commissary, October 1863.
Henson, J. T. (or J. F.) private December 23, 1862 Appointed 4th Corporal November 1, 1863.
Hiett, J. N. (or Hyatt) private January 22, 1863 Died in a hospital, May 14, 1863.
Hill, J. M. private January 17, 1863 Died in Macon, Ga. Buried there in Rose Hill Cemetery.
Hodge, William R. private January 7, 1863 Appointed 3d Corporal November 1, 1863. Deserted to the enemy and took the oath of allegiance, July 14, 1864.
Hood, R. private August 1, 1863 -
Hood, S. A. private December 23, 1862 -
Housch, W. A. (or Hurch, Hosch, Hasch) private May 22, 1863 Deserted and dropped from the roll, January 5, 1864.
Humphreys, Curtis private August 18, 1863 Detailed to collect taxes in kind, December 1, 1863. Pension record states that he was paroled at Savannah, Ga., in 1865. (Born in Screven Co., Ga., in 1843.)
Hurt, J. private August 18, 1863 -
Jennings, Thomas private December 23, 1862 Died, December 15, 1863, at Thunderbolt Hospital, of chills and fever.
Johnson, H. L. (or S. L.) private December 23, 1862 Dropped from roll, never having reported to camp, March 4, 1863.
Jones, A. J. private March 25, 1863 -
Jones, John A. private December 23, 1862 Died at Thunderbolt Hospital, Savannah, Ga., of typhoid fever, January 21, 1864.
Killcresse, M. L. (or Killcrease) private January 24, 1863 Paroled, Greensboro, N. C., May 1, 1865.
Kirk, G. W. (or J. W., I. W.) ~ See private Co. C.
Lander, J. C. private December 23, 1862 Failed to report to camp and was dropped from the roll by order of General Mercer, March 4, 1864.
Lasky, John (or Lesky) private December 22, 1862 -
Leverett, John private August 9, 1863 -
Linn, Alfred M. private August 1, 1863 Elected 2d Lieutenant of Co. I, 1st Regiment, 1st Brigade, Ga. State Troops, October 5, 1861; Captain, October 11, 1861. Mustered out April 1862. Enlisted as a private in Co. I, 63d Regiment Ga. Inf., August 1, 1863. A medical board in Columbia, S. C., found him unfit for field service and recommended that he be assigned to duty in the Commissary Dept. for 90 days, on November 5, 1864.
Loveless, G. B. (or G. R.) private August 1, 1863 On receipt roll for March 28, 1864. Pension record states that he left his command by authority of Lt. Bray, Milledgeville, Ga., in February 1865, and that he surrendered under General Wofford at Kingston, Ga., May 1, 1865.
Loveless, R. J. private August 1, 1863 On receipt roll for clothing April 14, 1864.
Lumpkin, J. B. H. private May 22, 1863 Was company orderly in February 1864.
Madison, J. private March 6, 1863 as a substitute for A. N. (or A. W.) Dupree. Reported absent without leave, March 11, 1836. No later record.
Maner, William J. (or May ner) private June 13, 1863 Transferred to Commissary Dept., 7th Military District, James Island, S. C., May 18, 1864, because of physical disability. Paroled, Augusta, Ga., May 18, 1865.
Masan, William M. private December 9, 1862 Pension records state that he surrendered at Greensboro, N. C., at the close of the war. (Born in Spartanburg, S. C., in 1828. Died in Gordon Co., Ga., in 1896.)
Mayes, F. M. (or T. M.) private December 23, 1862 Discharged, with phthisis pulmonalis, April 3, 1863. (Born in Jackson Co., Ga., in 1832.)
McBrayer, Hugh C. private December 16, 1862 Captured at Chattahoochee, Ga., July 5, 1864 , and sent to Camp Douglas Prison, Ill. Transferred to City Point, Va., March 14, 1865. In Jackson Hos-pital, with rheumatism, March 22-28, 1865. Furloughed from hospital for 60 days.
McBrayer, James M. private December 11, 1862 Captured at Chattahoochee, Ga., July 5, 1864, and sent to Camp Douglas Prison, Ill. Enlisted in 5th Regiment U. S. Volunteer Inf., April 24, 1865
McMillan, R. private January 24, 1863 In Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, Ga., November 25, 1863.
Melton, Robert private February 19, 1863 Appointed Colonel's orderly, January 1864.
Mewborn, Martin C. (ar Mewbourn) private January 26, 1863 Pension record states that he was wounded at Kennesaw Mountain, Ga., July 1864, and was sent to hospital in Atlanta, Ga.
Moore, J. S. (or J. F., or J. T.) private January 24, 1863 On detail, November 1863.
Morrison, W. H. private September 20, 1863 -
Morrow, J. R. private December 23, 1862 Declared unfit for field duty, November 9, 1864. Deserted.
Murphy, Thomas private December 23, 1862 Never reported to camp and was dropped from the roll by order of General Mercer, March 4, 1863.
Neal, J. T. private August 18, 1863 -
Norris, James M. private December 23, 1862 Died at Kingston Hospital, Barnesville, Ga., July 17, 1864.
O'Callaghan, M. private December 23, 1862 Discharged, disability, January 17, 1863.
Oliver, Thomas A. private December 23, 1862 -
Orr, Robert F. (or Robert T.) private December 23, 1863 Appointed 2d Corporal March or April 1863;1st Corporal January 1864. Captured near Dallas, Ga., June 6, 1864, and sent to Rock Island Prison, Ill. Transferred to City Point, Va., for exchange February 25, 1865. In General Hospital, Camp Winder, Richmond, Va., March 7, 1865.
Owens, G. D. private August 7, 1863 -
Owens, John W. private September 26, 1863 Pension record states that he was at home on 60 days sick furlough at the close of the war. (Born in Bartow Co., Ga., October 26, 1844. Died in Rome, Ga., May 1915.)
Pair, L. (or Pare, or Parr) private December 23, 1862 Dropped from the roll, never having reported to camp, March 4, 1863.
Parker, Charles Taylor private August 1, 1863 Detailed for 30 days by S. O. No. 327, par. 2, Military District of Ga., dated December 5, 1863. Pension record states that he was detailed as courier to headquarters, Military District of Ga., by Secretary of War in April 1864, and served as such to the close of the war. (Born in Wallingford, Conn., December 6, 1834. Died in Fulton Co., in January 1917.)
Parrott, John W. (or Parrett) private August 1, 1863 Captured at Calhoun, Ga., May 17, 1864, and was sent to Rock Island Prison, Ill. Transferred for exchange, February 25, 1865. Admitted to Jackson Hospital, Richmond, Va., with debility, March 6, 1865. Furloughed from there for 30 days.
Patman, S. P. private January or February 1863 Dropped from roll, never having reported to camp, March 4, 1863.
Patten, Samuel C. private August 1, 1863 Died at Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, Ga., of flesh wound in right side, December 14, 1863.
Pearson, J. N. private August 1, 1863 -
Peebles, Thomas (or Peeples, or Peoples) private January 17, 1863 Deserted, April 27, 1863 Apprehended from desertion. Roll for July and August 1863 , shows him sick in General Hospital, Savannah, Ga. Deserted, September 7, 1863 and dropped from the roll, January 5, 1864. (Born in Ga., September 16, 1830.)
Penley, P. private December 23, 1862 Dropped from the roll, never having reported to camp, March 4, 1863.
Penn, B. M. private August 1, 1863 On receipt roll dated March 26, 1864.
Pharr, W. B. (or W. P.) private February 23, 1863 Absent without leave September 1863.
Phillips, John private January 6, 1863 Discharged, September 3, 1863. (Born in Robeson Co., N. C., in 1814 or 1815.)
Powell, Thomas W. private December 23, 1862 Surrendered at Greensboro, N. C., May 1, 1865.
Preatridge, John Cranford (or Prestradge) (or John Crawford) private December 30, 1862 -
Prewett, Gilford (or Pruett) private December 30, 1862 -
Prewitt, J. R. (or Prewett) private January 19, 1863 -
Puckett, J. R. private January 19, 1863 Roll for January and February 1864 , shows him absent without leave, since January 10, 1864. Took the oath of allegiance to U. S. at Nashville, Tenn., March 25, 1865.
Putman, S. P. (Putnam) private December 23, 1862 Failed to report to camp.
Reed, William Gibbons ~ See private Co. G.
Ricksby, A. B. (or Ricksly, A. R.) private December 23, 1862 Failed to report for duty and was dropped from the roll, March 4, 1863.
Roberts, S. H. private August 9, 1863 Paroled, Augusta, Ga., May 18, 1865.
Saxon, R. C. private August 1, 1863 Discharged by order of Sec. of War, December 31, 1863. Elected Captain of Co. H, 4th Regiment Ga. Inf., Reserves, May 10, 1864. Detailed in Columbus, Ga., December 30, 1864.
Seay, J. private January or February 1863 Discharged, furnished Peter Buford as substitute, February 1, 1863.
Shifflett, G. J. private August 10, 1863 Died in Atlanta, Ga., June 4, 1864.
Simpson, C. V. (or C. M., ar C. N.) private December 23, 1862 Failed to report to camp and was dropped from the roll, March 4, 1863.
Smith, A. private December 23, 1862 Died at Newnan, Ga., July 30, 1863. Buried there.
Smith, R. C. private August 18, 1863 -
Smith, W. P. private March 8, 1863 Absent without leave, February 1864. Transferred to Co. G, 7th Regiment Ga. Cavalry by S. O. No. 82, Dept of S. C., Ga., and Fla., dated April 17, 1864.
Sorrell, J. R. private May 22, 1863 Discharged, by court process, November 28, 1863.
Stone, A. O. private February 17, 1863 Found to be a deserter from another company (not named). Returned to that company March 19, 1863.
Strickland, H. A. private June 14, 1863 Died from disease at Battery Wagner, Morris Island, S. C., July 13, 1863.
Taff, David A. private December 23, 1862 -
Talbert, J. B. (or Talbot) private December 23, 1862 Failed to report to camp and was dropped from the roll, March 4, 1863.
Tanner, William private January 24, 1863 -
Thomas, A. M. private January 26, 1863 Paroled, Greensboro, N. C., May 1, 1865.
Turner, F. F. private February 9, 1863 In St. Mary's Hospital, LaGrange, Ga., with intermittent fever, July 3, 1864. Returned to duty, July 21, 1864.
Tury, Henry - - Name appears only on roll of prisoners of war captured near Golgotha, Ga., June 16, 1864, and forwarded from Military Prison, Louisville, Ky., to Camp Morton Prison, Ind., June 25, 1864.
Varner, W. A. private January 22, 1863 Died of disease, July 21, 1863.
Vaughn, James private December 23, 1862 Absent without leave, October 1863.
Walker, J. W. private January 14, 1863 as a substitute for L. S. Northcutt. Deserted to the enemy, July 17, 1863.
Watson, W. private December 23, 1862 Failed to report to camp and was dropped from the roll, March 4, 1863.
Wiley, Jackson - - Name appears only on receipt roll for clothing dated June 12, 1864, and on various prisoner of war records which show that he was captured at Dallas, Ga., June 5, 1864, and was sent to Rock Island Prison, Ill Died there of pneumonia, November 27, 1864. Buried in Grave No. 1621.
Williamson, John - - Name appears only on oath of allegiance to U. S. sworn to at Nashville, Tenn., December 26, 1864.
Wills, J. W. private July 30, 1863 Absent without leave October 1863.
Winfree, M. F. private December 15, 1862 Deserted, December 29, 1863, and dropped from the roll.
Wingard, John B. private December 16, 1862 Captured near Atlanta, Ga., July 22, 1864, and sent to Camp Chase Prison, Ohio. Died there of dysentery, September 20, 1864. Buried in Grave No. 257, one third mile south of Camp Chase.
Wingard, W. W. (or W. N.) private December 23, 1862 -
Wright, D. B. private December 22, 1863 -
Wright, W. private December 23, 1862 Failed to report to camp and was dropped from the rolls, March 4, 1863.
Wyatt, G. F. (or G. H.) private September 12, 1863 -
Wyatt, L. W. private September 12, 1863 -
Wylie, Jackson W. (or Wylee) private Aug 4, 1863 Failed to report to camp and was dropped from the roll, March 4, 1863.


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