Category Archives: Buried in McGavock

Samuel A. Farmer, Private, Company A of the 39th Regiment, Mississippi Infantry, “Simpson Grays”, Sears Brigade

1. Full names of soldier. Samuel A. Farmer 2. Rank, unit served with, etc. Private, Company A of the 39th Regiment, Mississippi Infantry, “Simpson Grays”, Sears Brigade 3. Any personal info about the soldier that you’re aware of. Samuel A. … Continue reading

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Robert Scott Montgomery, Co. I, Sabine Grays, 7th Texas Infantry Regiment.

1. Robert Scott Montgomery 2. Co. I, Sabine Grays, 7th Texas Infantry Regiment. 3. Born about 1839 Spartanburg Co., SC. A son of Benjamin Franklin Montgomery, 04 Nov 1810 – 03 Jun 1900, and Harriet Moss, 22 Aug 1811 – 05 Jan … Continue reading

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Lemuel C. Dill, Pvt, 16th SC Infantry

I am contacting you because I believe that my 3rd Great Grandfather Lemuel C. Dill was killed at the Battle. I have also seen a picture of a gravesite for L.C. Dill from the Cemetery there. I have very little … Continue reading

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Andrew F. Anderson, Private, Company E, 41st Regiment Mississippi Volunteers

Private, Company E, 41st Regiment Mississippi Volunteers,  TC Ashcraft’s Company (Verona Rifles) Andrew had a twin brother John  who served in the same unit as Andrew at the same time.  He had 3 other brothers William, James, Carter who also … Continue reading

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George W. Whitecotton, 37th GA Infantry, killed at Franklin, buried at McGavock

Military Service:  On the MurrayCountyMuseum.com website he is listed on the enrollment for CSA:  Roster of 3 GA Battalion a Company Organized or Recruited from Murray County, Georgia, June 10th, 1861, which company was known as Company B, known as … Continue reading

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Col. William Wallace Witherspoon, 36th Mississippi Infantry

Col. William Wallace Witherspoon, was my great, great, great, uncle and he was killed at the Battle of Franklin. (36th Mississippi). If anyone has any info about him or his involvement here, I would love to gather all the info … Continue reading

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Sgt A.J. Jones, 8th Mississippi Infantry was killed at Franklin

Sgt. A. J. Jones, 8th MS Infantry Buried at McGavock, Plot: Section 27-MS-Grave 80 Submitted by Stephanie Foley

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