Jesse Hood Bulloch was born November 21, 1841, in Meriwether County, Georgia. He married Mary Ann Parkman on September 12, 1865 after returning from service with the Confederate States Army. Jesse enlisted March 4, 1862 in Greenville, Meriwether County, Georgia, and arrived for a brief training period at Camp McDonald, Big Shanty, in Cobb County, Georgia. He was assigned to Company F., 41st Georgia Infantry Regiment, CSA. Jesse saw combat action first at the battle of Perryville, in the Kentucky campaign, in which he was wounded. The records do not specify details of the wounds. He was with his regiment at the surrender of Vicksburg, where he was parolled and sent to Demopolis, Alabama, where he was "exchanged". He joined with the 41st Regiment in November just in time to take part in the Battle of Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga campaign. Jesse fought with the Army of Tennessee through the battles of Nashville, Tennessee, and Bentonville, NC, until the surrender on April 26, 1865. After the war Jesse returned to Meriwether County, where he was married five months later. Jesse Hood Bulloch died April 3, 1934 at home. He is buried in the family cemetery located on Judson Bulloch Road, Manchester, Georgia.
Mary Ann Parkman Bulloch
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