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Corp Charles W. Kimbrel
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Birth: May 15, 1844
Death: Mar. 5, 1882

Charles W. Kimbrel was the son of Clarrisa (Sawyer) and Jeremiah Kimbrel.

Charles W. Kimbrel had three sisters and six brothers:

[1] Charles W. Kimbrel 1844 - 1882
[2] Molisa Kimbrel 1846
[3] Rebecca Kimbrel 1848
[4] Walter (Walker) Kimbrel 1849 - 1873
[5] James M. Kimbrel 1851 -1938
[6] Jeremiah K. "Dink" Kimbrel 1854 - 1929
[7] Andrew Kimbrel 1858
[8] Clara Kimbrel 1862
[9] Echabod (EK) Kimbrel 1863 - 1898
[10] Infant Kimbrel 1869

See his Siblings below.

Charles W. Kimbrel was the husband of Mary Fannie (Everett) Kimbrel 1842 - 1905.

Mary Fannie (Everett) Kimbrel and Charles W. Kimbrel had two children:

[1] Julia 'Dolly' (Kimbrel), Shiver, Brown
[2] Eddie Kimbrel 1876 - 1921

Biography provided by Ralph Kimbrel, 47951000.

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CONTRIBUTED BY TOM BENEFIELD

Charles W. Kimbrel enlisted in the Confederate States Army in Miller County, Georgia, as a Private in Company E, 1st Regiment, 1st Brigade, Georgia State Troops on 8 October 1861. The muster roll dated 8 April 1863, last on file, shows him present.

Private Kimbrel mustered out in April 1862, and later enlisted as a Private in Company E, 55th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, on 3 May 1862. He was appointed as 4th Corporal in December 1862.

Corporal Kimbrel was captured at the Battle of Cumberland Gap, Tennessee, on 9 September 1863. He spent the rest of the Civil War as a Prisoner of War (POW) at Camp Douglas Union POW Prison in Chicago, Illinois.

Corporal Kimbrel was paroled at Camp Douglas, Illinois, and forwarded to City Point, Virginia, for exchange on 14 March 1865. At the end of the Civil War he was paroled at Bainbridge, Georgia, on 20 May 1865, and released to return home.
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 Parents:
  Jeremiah Kimbrel (1816 - 1872)
  Clarrissa Sawyer Kimbrel (1818 - 1872)
 
 Spouse:
  Mary Fannie Everett Kimbrel (1842 - 1905)*
 
 Children:
  Eddie Cabridest Kimbrel (1876 - 1921)*
 
 Siblings:
  Charles W. Kimbrel (1844 - 1882)
  Walter Walker Kimbrel (1849 - 1873)*
  James Monroe Kimbrel (1851 - 1938)*
  Jeremiah K Kimbrel (1854 - 1929)*
  Echabod E.K. Kimbrel (1863 - 1898)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Pilgrims Rest Church Cemetery
Colquitt
Miller County
Georgia, USA
 
Maintained by: Ralph Kimbrel
Originally Created by: Tom Benefield
Record added: Nov 03, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 43889709
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- R.L. Gandy
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Rest in Peace. I salute you for your faithful service in the CSA and for the sacrifice you gave as a POW.
- Master Sergeant Tom Benefield - US Army (Retired)
 Added: Nov. 3, 2009
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