Crawford County Greys

COMPANY E, 6th REGIMENT
 GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY
 ARMY OF TENNESSEE
 C. S. A.
CRAWFORD COUNTY, GEORGIA

Officers

Cleveland, Wilde C. Captain May  27, 1861  
Elected Major; Lt. Colonel March  26, 1863 resigned due to disability June  16, 1863

Simmons, Thomas J. 1st Lt. May  27, 1861 resigned March  15, 1862 
Elected Lt. Colonel, 45th Regiment Georgia. Infantry March 15, 1862 Wounded at Cold
Harbor, Virginia June  27, 1862 
Elected Colonel October  13,1862 
Surrendered Appomattox, Virginia April  9, 1865

Fowler, Zephaniah A. 2d Lt. May  27, 1861 elected 1st Lt. April 16, 1862 , Captain March
26, 1863 Roll for April 30, 1864
Resigned in 1864

McCrary, Jackson J. Jr.  2d Lt. May 27, 1861
Resigned October 9, 1861 
Appointed 5th Sergeant of Co K, 45th Regiment Georgia Infantry March 4, 1862 Furloughed
for 50 days December 19, 1862 No later record in this
company Enlisted as a private in Co B, 8th Battn. Georgia
State Guards Calvary July 7, 1863 Mustered out January 7, 1864 Elected 2d Lt. of Co A, 8th Regiment
Georgia Militia in 1864 Surrendered at Macon, Georgia April 1865

Jenkins, William H. 1st Sergeant May 27, 1861 Killed at Cold Harbor, Virginia June 27, 1862

Ellis, Thomas B 2d Sergeant May 27, 1861 Died at Knoxville, Georgia August  27, 1861

Harris, Frederick E 3d Sergeant May 27, 1861 Discharged pulmonary disease at Yorktown, Virginia
July 26, 1861 

Walker, Thomas H.4th Sergeant May 27, 1861. Killed Sharpsburg, Md. September 17, 1862

Mc Callan, Frank W 1st Corporal May 27, 1861. Killed Sharpsburg, Md.. September 17, 1862

Harris, Nathaniel B  2d Corporal May 27, 1861. Discharged October l, 1861 Re enlisted as a private
August  20, 1862 Killed Sharpsburg, Md.. September 17, 1862

Bazemore, Richard M.
3d Corporal May 27, 1861 appointed 2d Sergeant March 1862 wounded, 
amputated  leg, Sharpsburg, Md. September 17, 1862 discharged.

White, Benjamin 
 4th Corporal May 27, 1861 Appointed 2d Corporal in 1861 discharged, Yorktown, Virginia, August 20, 1861

Prett, Joseph S Musician May 27, 1861 Appointed reg.  Musician On detail duty in Georgia April 30,
1864 

Privates

Andrews, John W. private September 15, 1863.
Wounded at Bentonville, N C March 18, 1865.
Surrendered Greensboro, N C April 26, 1865.

Arnold, Anderson C. private May 14, 1862 Roll
for April 30, 1864, last on file, shows him present.

Arnold, Jones W    private July 28, 1861 Wounded
at Sharpsburg, Md. September 17, 1862 Roll for April
30, 1864, last on file, shows him present .

Arnold, Thomas C  private May 27, 1861 Wounded
at Cold Harbor, Virginia June 27, 1862.  Discharged,
disability, April 22, 1863

Barrett, John B. private June 15, 1861 Died at
Yorktown, Virginia September 16, 1861

Barrett, W. private June 15, 1861 Died July
1861

Bowers, Henry C (or Henry N)  private June 15,
1861.
 Appointed 3d Corporal March 1862 Wounded 
Sharpsburg, Md. September 17, 1862, Ocean Pond, Fl.
February 20, 1864.  Wounded through left thigh and ankle
at Drewry's Bluff, Virginia May 16, 1864.  
Admitted to Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, Georgia, 
November 4, 1864, gun shot wound, and transferred November 18,
1864.

Brewster, William D. private.  Captured at James
Island, S C July 16, 1863.  Died of typhoid pneumonia
at Elmira, N Y October 17, 1864 Grave #548, Woodlawn
National Cemetery. 

Bryan, Steph A (or Bryant)  private June 22, 1861.
Severely wounded at Drewry's Bluff, Virginia May 16, 1864


Bryant, Asberry
private May 11, 1862 Captured detached to  service Engineer
Corps September 1, 1863   April 30, 1864
Transferred to Co 6, 2d Regiment Confederate Engineer
Troops

Cone, William A. private July 1864 Captured at
Weldon Railroad, Virginia August  19, 1864 Paroled at Point
Lookout, Md. November 1864 Exchanged at Venus Point,
Savannah River, Georgia November 15, 1864 

Danielly, John M. private May 27, 1861
Appointed 1st Sergeant June 27, 1862 Died at Knight's
Factory at Lynchburg, Virginia August  8 or 12, 1862 Buried
there in Confederate Cemetery No1, 3d Line, Lot 162

Derriso, A. J. private August  27, 1862
Substitute for L W Mobley Killed Sharpsburg, Md.
September 17, 1862

Duke, John private February 1864 

Dunman, Thomas  private September 3, 1862.
Discharged, disability, January 8, 1863

Elliott, William A  private May 27, 1861
Killed at Petersburg, Virginia June 18, 1864

Fellin, George  private April 1863 Substitute
Deserted April 15, 1863

Felts, Francis Marion  private March 8, 1862
Discharged, furnished H Tobin as substitute, April 6,
1862

Flynn, John  private March 8, 1863 Substitute for
L P Lucas Wounded at Petersburg, Virginia June 9, 1864
No later record

Ford, William  private May 27, 1861 Discharged,
disability, at Yorktown, Virginia October 20, 1861 Enlisted
as a private in Co K, 45th Regiment Georgia Infantry March
4, 1862 Discharged, disability; at camp near Richmond,
Virginia July 15, 1862

Fowler, Wilson L (or L Wilson)  private March 25,
1864 Wounded at Drewry's Bluff, Virginia May 16, 1864 No
later record

Goodin, Mathew J    private May 27, 1861
Discharged, disability, October 30, 1861 Enlisted as a
private in Co B, 8th Battn Georgia State Guards CaVirginialry
July 7, 1863 Mustered out January 7, 1864 No later
record

Goodin, Robert A(or A Robert)  private May 27,
1861 Died at Yorktown, Virginia August  7, 1861

Ham, Phillip J    private May 27, 1861 Wounded at
Cold Harbor, Virginia June 27, 1862, Petersburg, Virginia June
18, 1864 No later record

Hammock, Aurelius H    private May 27, 1861
Discharged, disability, at Yorktown, Virginia January 11,
1862 Enlisted as a private in Co K, 45th Regiment
Georgia Infantry March 4, 1862 Appointed 1st Corporal May 5,
1862 Captured near Petersburg, Virginia March 25, 1865
Released at Pt Lookout, Md. June 27, 1865

Hammock, Felix W  private May 27, 1861
Discharged, disability, July 4, 1861 

Hardin, J W    private May 27, 1861 Appointed 3d
Sergeant Severely wounded at Drewry's Bluff, Virginia May 16,
1864 Captured at Macon, Georgia April 1865

Harper, J M    private May 27, 1861 Died in
Richmond, Virginia hospital August  22, 1862

Harris, H C    private February 19, 1863
Substitute for G W Wright Wounded at Petersburg, Virginia
July 30, 1864 Died from wounds September 1864

Harris, James E  private May 5, 1862 Severely
wounded February 21, 1865

Harris, Robert H   private May 27, 1861 Appointed
Sergeant Captured at Weldon Railroad, Virginia August  19,
1864 Paroled at Pt Lookout, Md. and transferred to
Aiken's Landing, Virginia for exchange March 14, 1865
Received at Boulware & Cox's Wharves James River, Virginia
March 16, 1865 No later record

Harris, Rufus R    private May 27, 1861
Discharged, furnished substitute, January 1862
Enlisted as a private in Co B, 8th Battn Georgia State
Guards CaVirginialry July 7, 1863 Mustered out January 7,
1864 No later record

Harris, William H  private May 27, 1861 Killed
at Sharpsburg, Md. September 17, 1862

Hartley, George J W    private May 27, 1861
Discharged, disability, at Yorktown, Virginia October 27,
1861

Hillsman, Jeremiah L  private May 27, 1861 Sick
at Rich mond, Virginia February 27, 1862 Discharged,
disability, Yorktown, Virginia August  1862

Hobbs, Berry  private March 8, 1862 Roll for
April 30, 1864, last on file, shows him present No
later record

Hobbs, Oscar F  private June 22, 1861 Roll for
April 30, 1864, last on file, shows him present No
later record

Hobbs, Paschal B  private May 14, 1862
Discharged, disability, Richmond, Virginia, October 5, 1862
Died November 11, 1862 (Born in 1845)

Holmes, James H    private July 28, 1861 Captured
at Bentonville, N C March 18, 1865 Released at Pt
Lookout, Md. June 13, 1865

Honeycut, John (or Hunnicutt)  private July 28,
1861 Died at Yorktown, Virginia November 12, 1861

Hortman, John P    private August  20, 1863 Roll
for April 30, 1864, last on file, shows him present No
later record

Hortman, Samuel W  private July 28, 1861
Wounded at Cold Harbor, Virginia June 27, 1862 Discharged
on account of wounds December 31, 1862

Hortman, William H  private May 27, 1861
Wounded at Sharpsburg, Md. September 17, 1862 Roll for
April 30, 1864, last on file, shows him present No
later record

Irby, Franklin J (or Franklin H)  private May
27, 1861 Died at Knoxville, Georgia September 15, 1863

Irby, Joseph H  private March 25, 1864
Surrendered Greensboro, N C April 26, 1865

Jackson, James L  private May 27, 1861
Discharged because of permanent injury July 15, 1862

Jackson, Shadrick F    private May 27, 1861 Killed
at Sharpsburg, Md. September 17, 1862

Jenkins, W F  private November 28, 1861
Appointed Sergeant Died in service

Johnson, James  private May 27, 1861 Wounded,
resulting in amputation of arm, and captured at Weldon
Railroad, Virginia August  19, 1864 Paroled at Elmira, N
Y for exchange March 10, 1865 Received at Boulware &
Cox's Wharves, James River, Virginia March 15, 1865

Jones, John T  private July 28, 1861 Wounded at
Sharpsburg, Md. September 17, 1862, Petersburg, Virginia
June 9 or 18, 1864 Died from wounds

Jordan, Richard M  private June 15, 1861
Appointed Sergeant Killed at Bentonville, N C March
18, 1865 (husband of Martha Thames Jordan)
Note: Copies of Letters in Crawford County Library   Roberta

Kelley, George  private April 10, 1863
Substitute for J T Lucas Deserted April 25, 1863

Kendrick, Samuel A    private May 27, 1861 Wounded
at Cold Harbor, Virginia June 27, 1862 Died from wounds in
Richmond, Virginia hospital July 18, 1862

Lamb, Peter J  Enlisted as a private in Co E, 1st
Regiment Georgia State Troops January 16, 1863
Transferred to Co E, 6th Regiment Georgia Infantry Captured near
Atlanta, Georgia August  7, 1864 Died of typhoid fever at
Camp Chase, O September 16, 1864 Grave #250, Camp
Chase Confederate Cemetery

Lucas, James T    private May 27, 1861 Wounded
August  19, 1862, Sharpsburg, Md. September 17, 1862
Discharged, furnished George Kelley as substitute, April 
10, 1863 Elected 1st Lt. of Co C, 8th Regiment 
Georgia Militia in 1864 Surrendered Augusta, Georgia April
1865

Lucas, L P Enlisted as a private in Co C, 8th
Regiment Georgia Infantry April 15, 1861 Transferred to Co
E, 6th Regiment Georgia Infantry Wounded Sharpsburg, Md.
September 17, 1862Discharged, furnished John, Flynn as
substitute, March 8, 1863 Died in 1863

Madden, Edward  private May 27, 1861 Killed at
Sharpsburg, Md. September 17, 1862

Marshall, Henry D  private March 1, 1864 Wounded
and captured at Bentonville, N C March 18, 1865 No
later record

Marshall, John L  private May 14, 1862 Wounded
at Cold Harbor, Virginia June 27, 1862 Roll for April 30,
1864, last on file, shows him present No later record

Marshall, Thomas J  private May 27, 1861
Elected Jr2d Lt. November 11, 1861, 2d
Lt. April 16, 1862 Severely wounded at
Sharpsburg, Md. September 17, 1862 Elected 1st
Lt. March 26, 1863, Captain in 1864
Surrendered Greensboro, N C April 26, 1865

Martin, Alfred W    private May 27, 1861 Killed at
Sharpsburg, Md. September 17, 1862

Martin, G W    private May 5, 1862 Wounded at
Sharpsburg, Md. September 17, 1862, Weldon Railroad,
Virginia August  19, 1864 Surrendered Greensboro, N C
April 26, 1865

Martin, Thomas J    private May 5, 1862 Wounded at
Cold Harbor, Virginia June 27, 1862 Roll for April 30,
1864, last on file, shows him present No later record

Mathews, Aaron J, Jr  private May 27, 1864 Died
at Richmond, Virginia August  4, 1864 Buried there in
Hollywood Cemetery Mathews, Aaron J, Sr    private
May 27, 1861 Died at Danville, Virginia June 24, 1862
Buried in Confederate Cemetery at Lynchburg, Virginia No9, 3d
Line, Lot 173

Mathews, Jesse P  private May 27, 1861 Died at
Yorktown, Virginia October 1861

Mathews, Wesley P  private May 27, 1861 Elected
Jr2d Lt. March 26, 1862 Wounded at Drewry's
Bluff, Virginia May 16, 1864 Killed at Cold Harbor, Virginia
June 2, 1864

McAfee, Augustus J  private May 27, 1861
Discharged, disability, October 29, 1861 Enlisted as a
private in Co B, 8th Battn Georgia State Guards CaVirginialry
July 7, 1863 Mustered out January 1, 1864 No later
record

McAfee, Owen M    private May 27, 1861 Died in
Yorktown, Virginia September 11, 1861

McCrary, William R    private May 27, 1861 Elected
1st Lieutenat of Co K, 45th Regiment Georgia Infantry March 4;
1862 Killed at Fredericksburg, Virginia December 16, 1862
(Buried in Crawford County, Georgia)

Merritt, Luke   private December 3, 1863 Roll for
April 30, 1864, last on file, shows him present No
later record

Merritt, William  private May 27, 1861 Roll for
April 30, 1864, last on file, shows him present No
later record

Miller, Alonzo A    private May 15, 1863 Roll for
April 30, 1864, last on file, shows him present No
later record

Mobley, Lewis W  private May 27, 1861
Discharged, furnished AJ Derriso as substitute, August 
27, 1862 Enlisted as a private in Co B, 8th Battn
Georgia State Guards CaVirginialry July 7, 1863 Mustered out
January 7, 1864 No later record

Moran, William W  private May 27, 1861 Killed
at Cold Harbor, Virginia June 27, 1862

MorGeorgian, George W    private May 27, 1861 Appointed
4th Corporal in 1861 Wounded at Drewry's Bluff, Virginia May
16, 1864 Surrendered Greensboro, N C April 26, 1865
 Died at Macon, Georgia in 1899

MorGeorgian, James H   private June 28, 1861 Died
August  19 or 30, 1861

MorGeorgian, T M    private April 27, 1864 Died at
Richmond, Virginia July 27, 1864 Buried there in Hollywood
Cemetery

Nathan, Abraham   private May 27, 1861 Wounded at
Sharpsburg, Md. September 17, 1862 Transferred to Co
C, 2d Battn Vir ginia Local Defense in Clothing Dept
June 18, 1863, to Clothing Dept Columbus, Georgia prior to
April 1864 No later record

Newsom, DeWitt C    private May 27, 1861 Killed at
Drewry's Bluff, Virginia May 16, 1864

Newsom, Napoleon Bonapart  private May 27, 1861
Appointed 1st Corporal September 17, 1862 Wounded and
captured at Sharps burg, Md. September 17, 1862
Paroled at Hoffman Hospital October 1, 1862
Transferred to Co 6, May 1864 No later record

Nichols, James M   private March 8, 1862 Died of
disease at Danville, Virginia July 18, 1862

Nichols, Robert B    private May 27, 1861 Wounded
at South Mountain, Md. September 14, 1862,
Chancellorsville, Virginia May 3, 1863, Ocean Pond, Fla
February 20, 1864 On wounded furlough April 30, 1864


Nichols, Vincent A    private May 27, 1861 Died at
Danville, Virginia June 29, 1862 Owens, Thomas J   
private May 27, 1861 Appointed 3d Sergeant in 1864
Wounded at Bentonville, N C March 18, 1865
Surrendered Greensboro, N C April 26, 1865 

Parham, C G    private May 8, 1862 Died July 29,
1864 Parham, Henry T    private March 8, 1862
Wounded at Sharpsburg, Md. September 17, 1862 Died
from wounds in hospital September 1862

Parham, Raymond R    private May 27, 1861 Died at
Richmond, Virginia July 9, 1862

Parker, David A  private May 27, 1861 Roll for
April 30, 1864, last on file, shows him present No
later record

Parker, Patterson G   private March 8, 1862
Wounded in 1864 Died of wounds July 29, 1864

Parker, William R    private May 27, 1861 Wounded
at Sharpsburg, Md. September 17, 1862 Died of
pneumonia in General Hospital #27, Richmond, Virginia, October
27, 1862 

Parker, W P    private Captured at Sharpsburg, Md.
September 14, 1862 Sent from Ft Delaware, Del to
Aiken's Landing, Virginia for exchange November 10, 1862 No
later record

Passmore, J F    private March 8, 1862 Died in
hospital October 1, 1862

Phelps, Francis P(or Francis M)  private May 27,
1861 Died in Richmond, Virginia hospital March 1862

Pope, Leroy H    private May 27, 1861Appointed
Regimental Musician Roll for April 30, 1864, last on
file, shows him present No later record

Preston, John W  private May 27, 1861 Wounded at
Seven Pines, Virginia May 31, 1862 Appointed 5th Sergeant
in 1862 Wounded at Cold Harbor, Virginia June 27, 1862
Discharged account of wounds October 5, 1862

Radsford, Michael  private May 27, 1861 Wounded
at Cold Harbor, Virginia June 27, 1862 Wounded and captured
at Sharpsburg, Md. September 17, 1862 Exchanged
Absent, sick, April 1 30, 1864 No later record

Roberts, James H  private May 27, 1861 Appointed
Corporal Wounded at Cold Harbor, Virginia June 27, 1862
Died of wounds in GiVirginiathmey (or Gwathmey) Hospital at
Richmond, Virginia August  9, 1862

Roberts, James M   private May 27, 1861
Appointed Corporal Wounded and captured at Sharpsburg,
Md. September 17, 1862 Paroled September 27, 1862
Died in service

Roberts, Joseph W    private May 27, 1861 Wounded
at Cold Harbor, Virginia June 27, 1862 Killed at
Petersburg, Virginia July 21, 1864

Rowell, James W  private May 27, 1861 Wounded at
Malvern Hill, Virginia July 1, 1862 Captured at
Bentonville, N C March 18, 1865 Released at Pt
Lookout, Md. June 17, 1865

Rowell, John J    private July 28, 1861 Appointed
Corporal Wounded and captured at Sharpsburg, Md.
September 17, 1862 Died of wounds in White House
Hospital near Sharpsburg, Md. September 1862

Rowell, Thomas E  private April 1, 1864 Roll for
April 30, 1864, last on file, shows him present No
later record

Rowell, W R    private March 8, 1862 Killed at
Sharpsburg, Md. September 17, 1862

Sanders, Henry Clay  private June 15, 1861
Appointed Musician; 1st Sergeant July 1862 Elected Jr
2d Lt. August 24, 1864 Surrendered Greensboro,
N C April 26, 1865

Sanders, John Madison  private May 27, 1861
Wounded at Seven Pines, Virginia May 31, 1862, Bentonville,
N C March 18, 1865 In High Point, N C hospital,
wounded, April 26, 1865

Simmons, John W  private May 27, 1861
Discharged December 24, 1861

Spain, William B  private March 8, 1862
Surrendered Greensboro, N C April 26, 1865

Stembridge, Benjamin  private May 27, 1861
Wounded and captured at Sharpsburg, Md. September 17,
1862 A paroled prisoner of war September 27, 1862 No
later record

Stephens, Inmon C    private May 27, 1861
Appointed 2d Sergeant in 1861 Elected 2d Lt.
March 26, 1863 Killed at Bentonville, N C March 18,
1865

Stephens, John B (or Stevens)  private June 22,
1861 Wounded at Cole's Farm, Virginia March 9, 1865 Died
from wounds

Stephens, Wiley G   private May 27,
1861 Discharged, disability, August  10, 1862 Re 
enlisted April 7, 1863 Killed at Drewry's Bluff, Virginia
May 16, 1864

Stephens, William M (or Stevens)  private May 27,
1861 Severely wounded at Bentonville, N C March 19,
1865 Surrendered Greensboro, N C April 26, 1865

Taylor, Franklin C  private May 27, 1861
Severely wounded at Cold Harbor, Virginia June 27, 1862
Roll for April 30, 1864, last on file, shows him
present No later record

Taylor, James A    private July 28, 1861 Died of
pneumonia in Stark, Georgia hospital February 13, 1862
(Place of death also given as Yorktown, Virginia)

Tobin, Henry  private April 6, 1862 Substitute
for F M Felts Deserted April 6, 1862 Visage, John 
   private February 1864 No later record

Walker, Joel A    private June 15, 1861 Discharged
August  19, 1861 Enlisted as a private in Co K,
45th Regiment Georgia Infantry March 4, 1862 Elected 2d
Lt. June 4, 1863, 1st Lt. December 2,
1864 Captured at Petersburg, Virginia March 25, 1865
Released, Ft Delaware, Del., June 17, 1865

Warren, Willis W   private May 27, 1861 Sick in
Richmond, Virginia hospital October 31, 1861 No later
record

Watson, William M  private June 15, 1861 Wounded
at Seven Pines, Virginia May 31, 1862 Died of wounds June
27, 1862

Weaver, James T(or T James)  private May 27,
1861 Discharged, disability, August  1, 1862 Died
August  25, 1862

Weaver, Samuel E   private May 27, 1861 Severely
wounded at Petersburg, Virginia July 30, 1864 No later
record

Wellons, Albert H    private May 27, 1861 Killed
at Seven Pines, Virginia May 31, 1862

Wells, Alfred W   private May 27, 1861 Wounded at
Seven Pines, Virginia May 31, 1862, Culpeper, Virginia December
17, 1863 Roll for April 30, 1864, last on file, shows
him present No later record

White, Henry C    private May 27, 1861 Discharged
December 1861   Whittington, Ephraim O   private
May 27, 1861 Discharged August  19, 1861

Wilder, Edward G    private May 27, 1861 Died May 
30, 1862

Wilder, James E   private May 27, 1861.  Died in
Richmond, Virginia hospital May 14, 1862

Williams, John W   private May 27, 1861 Wounded
at Sharpsburg, Md. September 17, 1862, Bentonville, N
C March 18, 1865 Surrendered Greensboro, N C April 
26, 1865

Woodall, Jasper N  private June 18, 1861
Discharged, disability, August  19, 1861

Woodall, Stephen B  private May 27, 1861 Died
January 10, 1862

Wright, George W    private May 27, 1861
Discharged, furnished H C Harris as substitute,
February 19, 1863

Wright, James M    private July 1864 No later
record


 CAMP 6th Georgia Regiment NEAR GREENSBOROUGH, N C
 April 22nd 1865 

At a meeting of Co E, 6th Georgia Vol. held this day the
following Preamble & Resolutions were unanimously
adopted  

WHEREAS, after four years of hard service in defense of
our country we find (to say nothing of those who have
been disabled for life, ) that fifty four of our number
are now absent from their places in our midst having gone
to that bourne from whence no traveler returns, (twenty
nine having been killed and died of wounds and twenty
five died of disease, ) and so we trust are Gathered to
their heavenly Father on high to enjoy that rich
inheritance wherein they are happy and free from the many
toils, trials, hardships and privations they knew on
earth; we their associates in arms adopt this occasion
to refer to them and to drop a tear to their memory
before we disband to return to our homes

Comrades   Peaceful and sweet be your rest Now May you
be soldiers of that cross which was crimson with
Emmanuel's blood and henceforth and forever yours be a
rich felicity beneath the approving smiles of God

To give expression to our feelings occasioned by the
melancholy and affecting events of the past four years
of bloodshed and strife, it is therefore

RESOLVED, that the sad and trying dispensation which has
deprived us of the society of Lts W P Mathews and I
C Ste phens, Sergts W H Jenkins, T B Ellis, Thos
Walker, J M Dan ielly and R M Jordan, Corpls F W
McCallan, J H Roberts and J J Rowell and   private
s W Barrett, A J Derriso, W A Elliott, A R Goodin,
J M Harper, N B Harris, H C Harris, W H Harris,
P B Hobbs, J Hunnicutt, F d Irby, J T Jones, S F
Jackson, S A Hendrick, A W Martin, A J Mathews,
Sr, A J Mathews, Jr, d P Mathews, J H Morgan,
Owen M McAfee, W W Moran, D C Newsom, V A Nichols,
James M Nichols, W R Parker, P G Parker, R R
Parham, F M Phelps, H T Parham, J F Passmore, W R
Rowell, J M Roberts, J W Roberts, W G Stephens, J
B Stephens, B Stembridge, Jas Taylor, T J Weaver, A
H Wellons, J E Wilder, E G Wilder, S B Woodall and
W M Watson, has touched us deeply and truly made us
lament the severance of ties that link a golden chain
which bound their hearts to ours

RESOLVED, that we sincerely sympathize with the families
of our beloved comrades and trust that a merciful God in
His own good time will develop the wisdom of His ways and
restore to them a quiet reliance on him who doeth all
things well and wisely

RESOLVED, that the above Preamble and Resolutions be
published in some Georgia paper and that copies of the
same be sent to the respective families of our fallen
comrades with the warm appreciation that they have the
unfeigned sympathy of the few remaining Crawford Greys
(signed) H M Sanders, Sect T J Marshall, Chairman

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