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George Adam Eichelberger
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Birth: Jun. 17, 1805
Death: Feb. 22, 1862

Family links: 
  Michael Eichelberger (1768 - 1813)
  Rosannah Catherine Summer English (1782 - 1853)
  Mahala Eigner Eichelberger (1808 - 1874)
  George M. Eichelberger (1829 - 1859)*
  Wade Eichelberger (1831 - 1862)*
  Wade S. Eichelberger (1831 - 1862)*
  Phillip Adam Eichelberger (1834 - 1873)*
  Mary Magdalene Eichelberger (1800 - 1802)*
  George Adam Eichelberger (1805 - 1862)
  John Adam Eichelberger (1810 - 1896)*
  Rosannah Catherine Eichelberger (1813 - 1813)*
  Louisa Catherine Eichelberger Hope (1815 - 1871)**
  William Henry Eichelberger (1817 - 1897)**
  John Franklin Eichelberger (1823 - 1825)**
*Calculated relationship
In the memory of
He was the eldest son of
Michael & Rosannah Eichelberger
BORN June 17, 1805
Died at White Hall Hospital S.C. Feb. 22nd 1862
Aged 56 years 8 months and 5 days
Although of advanced age at the com-
mencement of hostilities between
the Confederate and United States and firmly
impressed with the truth and justice of
the cause of the south he volunteered
in Company H 13th Reg of S.C. Volunteers
led by his son Capt. P A Eichelberger and
enlisted for the war.
He was a true patriot and christian and
delighted in the poets words
How sweet the name of Jesus sounds
In a believer's ear.
It soothes his sorrows, heals his wounds,
And drives away his fears."

transcribed by: Carole Golden

Eichelberger-Hobbs Cemetery
Newberry County
South Carolina, USA
Created by: Don Whitaker
Record added: Mar 08, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 106383395
George Adam Eichelberger
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George Adam Eichelberger
Added by: Richard Hodges
George Adam Eichelberger
Added by: Richard Hodges
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- Jeanie Smith Hill
 Added: May. 8, 2014
Confederate veteran. Private in Captain Philip Adam Eichelberger's Company, 13th Regiment, SC Volunteers. He died of disease in 1862 at White Hall Hospital.
- Richard Hodges
 Added: Apr. 28, 2014

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