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Ephraim J. Brown
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Birth: 1831
Georgia, USA
Death: unknown
Polk County
Georgia, USA

Per Alabama State Archives, he was a Confederate Soldier in Co. H, of the 12th/13 Alabama Infantry.

13th Regiment, Alabama Infantry

Overview:
13th Infantry Regiment completed its organization in July, 1861, at Montgomery, Alabama. Men of this unit were from the counties of Coosa, Wilcox, Macon, Butler, Talladega, Montgomery, Randolph, Elmore, and Tallapoosa. Ordered to Virginia, it served under General Rains at Yorktown, and in April, 1862, contained 474 effectives. Later the 13th was assigned to General Colquitt's, Archer's, Sanders', and W.H. Forney's Brigade, Army of the Northern Virginia. It participated in many conflicts from Williamsburg to Cold Harbor, then fought in the long Petersburg siege south of the James River and the campaign that ended at Appomattox. This regiment reported 52 casualties at Seven Pines, 101 during the Seven Days' Battles, and 140 at Chancellorsville. Of the 308 engaged at Gettysburg, over half were disabled. It surrendered with 6 officers and 85 men on April 9, 1865. The field officers were Colonels James Aiken and B.D. Fry; Lieutenant Colonels William H. Betts, R.H. Dawson, S.B. Marks, and Julius C.B. Mitchell; and Major John T. Smith.

He and Elizabeth are both listed in the 1880 Polk County Census.

He was a son of Larkin Brown, whose Estate was settled in Calhoun County, Al. E.J. Brown went with Dozens of his Neighbors of their Community to fight for Southern Independence. None were rich, or had Slaves. That is why Sanders Cemetery has many unmarked Graves, there wasn't a lot of money by 1864. Just Excellent Family History written over The Decades, of who Sleeps there.
In the Devastated Confederate States, All Southern Families, (Black and White) Communities stayed close, worked together to Survive the Destruction of Millions of Acres of their Home States, that were put to The Torch.

Ephriam Jasper Brown, his father Larkin Brown, are connecter to The Baker/Barker family, as follows. They came to Georgia from S.C., and on to Al.:
From Historic Archives:
Ephraim Barker was born about 1772. He married Rachel Brown in Jackson County, Georgia on 18 October 1810, when he was about thirty-eight. In 1817 he witnessed a deed for land on the Mulberry Fork of the Oconee River. In 1820 Ephraim lived in Hall County, Ga. with a woman and a boy.
He moved to Benton County, Alabama, by 1840. Ephraim Barker apparently died before 1860, when Rachel was living in Calhoun County, Alabama, in her Grandson's Larkin Brown's household.
 
 
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  Elizabeth Mentora Vaughn Brown (1835 - ____)
 
Burial:
Sanders Cemetery
Prior
Polk County
Georgia, USA
 
Created by: Dixie Home Georgia
Record added: Sep 10, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 116887866
Ephraim J. Brown
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