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John M. Hatley
Birth: 1832
North Carolina, USA
Death: Jul. 3, 1863
Gettysburg
Adams County
Pennsylvania, USA

Son of William Hatley and Frances Rogers
Husband of Millie Sides (M: 18 Sep 1851, Stanly Co, NC. They were married by A Almond, JP and their marriage is documented on page 11 of the Stanly County Marriage Book)

Enlisted in the 28th NC Regiment on 29 Jul 1861 in Stanly Co, NC at the age of 29. He was enlisted by CPT Montgomery into Company D. On 18 Sep 1861 he was mustered into the military unit at High Point, NC. A document shows he was a prisoner 3 Jul 1863 and other documents show released - really confusing.

Some relatives have John killed in action at Gettysburg, PA.

He was 1 of 3 siblings who were killed during the Civil War (John, Alfred and William). John's wife Millie/Milly is always listed as a widow on Census records and never remarried.

Exact burial location unknown 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  William Hatley (1799 - 1876)
 
 Spouse:
  Millie Sides Hatley (1835 - 1916)
 
 Children:
  Doctor William Hatley (1852 - 1930)*
  Alfred Washington Hatley (1855 - 1897)*
 
 Siblings:
  Barbara Ann Hatley Sides (1825 - 1897)*
  Anna Hatley Whitley (1827 - 1905)*
  John M. Hatley (1832 - 1863)
  Alfred Hatley (1834 - 1863)*
  Cornelius Alexander Hatley (1865 - 1925)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Gettysburg National Cemetery
Gettysburg
Adams County
Pennsylvania, USA
 
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Record added: Jun 02, 2014
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For a cousin who fought for what he believed in; rest in peace soldier.
- Sherlocks Cousin
 Added: Jun. 2, 2014
 
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