|john Obrien (#47571538)|
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|William C. Helvey||John A Campbell civil war service|
I am related to John a Campbell(1828-1900) in Nicholas County. You left a flower for him thanking him for service in 9th KY Cavalry. I have found no record of this, would like to have some documentation. Thanks....William Helvey
|William Scott Jr||Andrew J. Scott|
Thank you so much for your comment on Andrew Jackson Scott. Without him, I would not be.
As for his service, Andrew J. Scott enlisted in the Confederate Army on 18 May 1861 in Savannah, Georgia, at 17 years of age. He was placed in Company K, 10th Georgia Infantry Regiment. In March 1862, he was transferred to Capt. John P. W. Reads Company (later to become Capt. Frasers Battery), Georgia Light Artillery, and served for the duration of the war. They served in South Carolina and Georgia before moving to Virginia. This unit was attached to the 1st Regiment, Virginia Artillery, later being assigned to H. C. Cabells Battalion of Artillery. This unit fought with the Army of Northern Virginia from the Seven Days Battles to Cold Harbor, was involved in the battles of Gettysburg, and surrendered at Appomattox. On his service records, it appears he was court-martialed on 27th February 1863 (Gen. Orders No. 28), but no reason is listed.
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|Susie43||Wm. T. Chapman|
Hello. Do you know if Wm. T. Chapman drew an Alabama CSA Pension?
Added by Susie43 on May 29, 2012 10:59 AM
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