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 Seaborn M. Manning

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Seaborn M. Manning

Birth
Death
9 Sep 1862 (aged 37–38)
Charlottesville City, Virginia, USA
Burial
Hawkinsville, Pulaski County, Georgia, USA
Memorial ID
35227339 View Source

MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY K, 49th REGIMENT
GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY
ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA
C. S. A.
PULASKI COUNTY, GEORGIA
PULASKI GREYS

Manning, Seaborn M.- Captain March 4, 1862 . Elected Lieu-
tenant Colonel March 22, 1862 . Wounded at Cedar Run, Va.
August 9, 1862 . Died from wounds September 9, 1862 . (Born in
1824.)


49th Infantry Regiment was organized in November, 1861, with men from Wilkinson, Talfair, Washington, Irwin, Laurens, Pierce, and Pulaski counties. After serving in Georgia and North Carolina, the regiment moved to Virginia. Here it was assigned to General J.R. Anderson's and E.L. Thomas' Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia. The 49th took an active part in the campaigns of the army from Seven Pines to Cold Harbor, fought in the Petersburg trenches south of the James River, and was involved in the Appomattox operations. It reported 68 casualties at Second Manassas and 61 at Fredericksburg. The unit lost thirteen percent of the 280 at Chancellorsville and more than twenty-five percent of the 329 at Gettysburg. It surrendered with 8 officers and 103 men.

MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY K, 49th REGIMENT
GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY
ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA
C. S. A.
PULASKI COUNTY, GEORGIA
PULASKI GREYS

Manning, Seaborn M.- Captain March 4, 1862 . Elected Lieu-
tenant Colonel March 22, 1862 . Wounded at Cedar Run, Va.
August 9, 1862 . Died from wounds September 9, 1862 . (Born in
1824.)


49th Infantry Regiment was organized in November, 1861, with men from Wilkinson, Talfair, Washington, Irwin, Laurens, Pierce, and Pulaski counties. After serving in Georgia and North Carolina, the regiment moved to Virginia. Here it was assigned to General J.R. Anderson's and E.L. Thomas' Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia. The 49th took an active part in the campaigns of the army from Seven Pines to Cold Harbor, fought in the Petersburg trenches south of the James River, and was involved in the Appomattox operations. It reported 68 casualties at Second Manassas and 61 at Fredericksburg. The unit lost thirteen percent of the 280 at Chancellorsville and more than twenty-five percent of the 329 at Gettysburg. It surrendered with 8 officers and 103 men.

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