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Barbara Erwin (#47874658)
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Norva Loyd
John A or D -bro of James Andrews
HI Barbara. It is possible I am wrong. The census I have refers to JNO A. Andrews. However, James Albert filed for civil war veteran benefits in 1910. Proof of service was file in Arkansas but header replaced Arkansas with Georgia. The document was signed j. D. Andrews confirming James' position as a confederat soldier in Company A 1 st GA Regiment in State of Ga., serving from May 1861 to ay 1862. The Phillips Legion Infrantry - Company A - The Greene Rifles - show James A. Andrews as havinglisted 3 year apart John David Andrews was paroled at Newton NC 4/19/1865, born approx Feb 29, 1846 to Matthew and Susan Jones Andrews who died at Greensboro 5/30/1921.

you may reach me at my personal email... NWL1962@aol.com.

Norva
Added by Norva Loyd on Sep 06, 2013 3:41 PM
Samuel Taylor Geer
Andrew Family plot in the Greensboro City Cemetery
Hi Barbara, Those graves are only represented by sinks in the ground which indicate a burial. I would believe that the corresponding Plot entries might suggest which family they belong.
Added by Samuel Taylor Geer on May 08, 2013 10:48 PM
Douglas Robinson
Eggleston
Some years ago I found it online in a Wisconsin library link. Try and Google, Maj Henry S. Eggleston st al.
Added by Douglas Robinson on Mar 27, 2013 1:09 PM
 

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