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CIVIL WAR

This section was created to provide detailed Civil War information relevant primarily to northwest Georgia.

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Civil War Units In Which Most Murray Men Served

Recruiting Poster, Spring Place, 1862

Handwritten Rosters from Murray County Courthouse

Unit Rosters For Confederate Units Formed In Murray And Adjacent Counties

Murray County Men Known To Have Died While Serving In The Confederate Army

Tom Polk Edmondson

Colonel William M. Luffman

Civil War Photographs From Library Of Congress

Murray County Veterans of the Civil War



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