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CIVIL WAR
FOR MURRAY AND SURROUNDING COUNTIES

MURRAY COUNTY GA 19th State Troops - "Capt. John Oats Roster"

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Marilyn Houser mahouser706@hotmail.com

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Roster of Captain John Oats - Murray County, Georgia Co. 19th Ga State Troops for six months Walker Brigade November 10, 1861.

Reorganized and went into the Confederated Reserves May 1862 in 3rd Confederate Regt. Co. F, Whorton Brigade, Army of Tennessee.

Roster List:

    Anderson, W.P. Regt. Ordinance.
    Baits (Bates), Jasper
    Baits, John
    Batis, Martin
    Baits, R.T.
    Beavers, Jas
    Black, Ban Corp.
    Black, Thomas
    Burgan, J.O.
    Burris, Lee
    Canady, Eli
    Carder, Berry
    Childres, Robert
    Coffee, E.P.
    Coffee, Edmond
    Conley, Peter
    Connelly, T.C.
    Davis, Isaac
    Davis, John
    Dover, Mansel
    Duncan, W.J.
    Edmondson, T.P. Lt./Capt/Maj.
    Edmondson, William M.
    Elrod, John B.
    Evett, James
    Evett, W.M.
    Fanville, L.O.
    Fields, Steve Pvt/Sgt
    Fincher, Berry.H.
    Fincher, Elias
    Fincher, Henry
    Fincher, William M.
    Freeman, Andy
    Fulgern, W.M.
    Gains, S.M.
    Gasaway, Berry
    Gentles, Pinkney
    Gilland, James
    Gordon, W.C.D.
    Groves, J.J.
    Guthery, James
    Hall, Burden
    Hall, T.J.
    Hall, W.M
    Hall, Whitt
    Hammound, Henry
    Harris, A.J.
    Harris, William
    Hartley, W.M.
    Hiatt, Shade
    Hickman, Gus Pvt/3rd. Lt.
    Hill, Rufus
    Hill, Thomas
    Hogan, John
    Holder, W.W.
    Hudgespith, Sentino
    Jackson, Jess
    Jinnis, Robert
    Johnson, Hardy
    Johnson, John
    Jones, W.M.
    Jones, Willaim
    Jude, W.M.
    Keister, Lauavis
    Keith, Baily
    Keith, John
    Kincade, Alford
    King, James S. Sgt.
    King, Thad
    King, Thomas
    Lance. Wash. Corp.
    Landrum, Joseph
    Latch, Joe
    Latch, Mat
    Latch, William
    Lenard, A.J. Lt.
    Linch, John
    Loghridge, Frank
    Mangrain, Mall
    Marchel, James
    Martin, A.
    Martin, A.J.
    Martin, J.W.
    McClaire or McClain
    Moreland, John
    Morrison, A.J.
    Morrison, John
    Myers, Davis
    Nelson, Isaac
    Nelson, Mack ( Anderw Mack)
    Nelson, William Spencer
    Nesbitt,
    Oats, L.S.
    Oats, W.W.
    Oden, N.H.
    Panter, E.P.
    Peeples, E.P.
    Peeples, W.A.
    Pitts, W.M.
    Ramsey, A.K. Capt.
    Ramsey, E.A.
    Ramsey, James F. or T.
    Ramsey, Thomas J.
    Richardson, G.W.
    Richardson, James
    Richardson, John
    Rider, C.C.
    Roberson, John
    Schillock, Clarence Pvt/Lt.
    Seay, Presley
    Sexton,
    Springfield, G.W.
    Springfield, W.M.
    Spruill, John
    Standridge, Eli
    Stevens, Carr
    Stevens, Henry
    Stewart, S.L. Pvt/Lt.
    Stroud, Burt
    Taylor, Dan
    Taylor, Don
    Reasley, Wesley
    Teasley, William
    Terry, C.L.
    Terry, Joe Pvt/Sgt
    Terry, Joe Corp.
    Thompson, Kin
    Thompson, Robert
    Tibbs, John
    Trimmier, S.L.
    Tucker, Wade
    Tuner, John
    Watts, John
    Weaver, A.B.
    Weaver, Robert
    Welch, W. ? M.
    Whittymore, Melvin
    Wilbanks, G.W.
    Withers, Bill
    Woods, Henry
    Woods, Sam
Typed from the Murray Cnty, Georgia History Book
Oct. 2001
By: Marilyn Houser
mahouser706@hotmail.com

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