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Simon Lee Peach
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Birth: Nov. 23, 1845
Alabama, USA
Death: Sep. 2, 1920
Pickens County
Alabama, USA

Simon Peach served in Civil War Company B, Regiment 42 Alabama Infantry; joining in Oct. 1863 and honorably discharged April 7, 1865 at Bentonville , NC . He returned to live at Benevola, working as a mailman. He suffered from rheumatism and received a Civil War pension based on this disability. He also had a leg missing due to an accident (a tree fell on him and his leg had to be amputated.

Marriage Date: 27 Jan 1870
Marriage Place: Greene, Alabama

Family links: 
  John Peach (1811 - 1887)
  Tamzy Caroline Gaskin/Gaskins Peach (1820 - 1896)
  Mary J. Garner Peach (1845 - 1913)
  T. Elizabeth Peach (1870 - 1931)*
  Lillian Earl Peach (1876 - 1952)*
  Johnie Estel Peach Billings (1879 - 1942)*
  Hulbert M. Peach (1883 - 1902)*
  George Mike Peach (1889 - 1955)*
  Simon Lee Peach (1845 - 1920)
  Laura Ann Peach (1847 - 1922)*
  Cynthia Melvina Peach Maughan (1849 - 1926)*
  Willburnia Peach Peach Maughn (1852 - 1924)*
  Evalcus Peach (1855 - 1919)*
  Lela Murtis Peach (1859 - 1892)**
  Ellen Jane Peach Murphy (1861 - 1930)*
  Isabelle Hodge Peach Peach (1863 - 1936)**
*Calculated relationship
Bethesda Churchyard Cemetery
Pickens County
Alabama, USA
Created by: C. LATTA
Record added: Nov 11, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 80254153
Simon Lee Peach
Added by: Stephen McBride
Simon Lee Peach
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My 2nd cousin 3x times removed.Thank you for your service Cousin
- C. Marquita Latta
 Added: Jan. 9, 2016
Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero. A Confederate Soldier who Bravely and Proudly Fought for Southern Independence During the War of Northern Aggression. Deo Vindice.
- Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
 Added: Jan. 10, 2014

- Marquita Latta
 Added: Nov. 12, 2011

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