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1st Regt Ga. Volunteers (Olmstead)

1. Isaiah -- Negro. Musician Co. F, Enlisted April, 15, 1862 @ Skidaway or Causton Bluff. AWOL Dec. 25, 1863.It appears from a card dated march 15, 1916; a pension was applied for in his name. It also appears it was denied perhaps because he was thought to have deserted. (CSR)

2. George Brice-- (Col'd) Musician, Capt. Read's Co., Roll dated July 25 to Sept. 1, 1861. Enlisted July 25, 1861, Oglethorpe Bks.(?) by Lt. Col. Rockwell for a period of 12 months. Nov. and Dec. 1861, present. Jan. 1 to Jan. 25, 1862, present. No cards after this date. (CSR)

3. Bacchus Davis -- (Col’d) Musician, Capt. Read's Co., Roll dated July 25 to Sept. 1, 1861. Enlisted July 25, 1861, Oglethorpe Bks.(?) by Lt. Col. Rockwell for a period of 12 months. Nov. and Dec. 1861, present. Jan. 1 to Jan. 25, 1862, present. No cards after this date. (CSR)




1st Batt. Georgia Sharpshooters

4. Reuben-- Cook, Co. D. Listed under Robin. Negro Cook. On a muster roll of Sept. Oct, 1862, enlisted at Camp Anderson, Aug. 23 1862 by Capt. Dent. for the war. Pay due from enlistment-- $50.00. Present on all cards, last card dated Dec. 31, 1863. (CSR)



2nd Georgia Batt. Inf.

5. Charles Benger -- Musician Co. D. Enlisted April 20, 1861, Macon, Ga. for a period of 12 months. Present on all cards until discharge July 22 1862. This appears to be the same man as Charles Benger of Co. B, 30th Ga. Inf. Enlisted Chatham Co., Ga. with consensus of master Oct. 12, 1862"for the war". Nov. and Dec card-- absent "sic" (?). No cards after this date.
(Black Confederates By Charles Kelly Barrow, Joe Henry Segars, Randall Britt Rosenburg, p. 95, CSRs, CWS&S)



14th Georgia Infantry--

1. Chatles Hicks -- No CSR found.
SR 642 - The Late Charles Hicks - recognizing (http://www1.legis.ga.gov/legis/1997_98/fulltext/sr642.htm)
A RESOLUTION

1- 1 Recognizing the late Mr. Charles Hicks; and for other
1- 2 purposes.

1- 3 WHEREAS, Charles Hicks was born in 1838 and was a slave in
1- 4 the household of James H. Hicks, Sr., of Wrightsville when
1- 5 the Civil War began; and

1- 6 WHEREAS, he accompanied Lt. James H. Hicks, Jr., into the
1- 7 14th Georgia Infantry Regiment and joined General Robert E.
1- 8 Lee's army in Virginia; and

1- 9 WHEREAS, Charles Hicks was sent home in 1864 just in time to
1-10 face the forces of Union General William T. Sherman in their
1-11 march through Georgia;




18th Batt. Georgia Infantry

6. Henry McClesky-- Musician, Co. B. Enlisted April 1, 1862 at Savannah by Lt. Col. Rockwell, for the war. Paid $50.00. Several cards state 'Negro man employed" Present on all cards to Jan. &Feb. 1865. (CSR)



4th Georgia Cavalry

7. George -- Slave. W. Gelzer, owner. Cook. Appears on Hospital Muster Roll. Jan. & Feb. Present Feb. 28- June 30. July and August 1863, Present. (Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia)

8. Bram. Slave. Cook. Appears on Hospital Muster Roll. Jan. & Feb. Present Feb. 28- June 30. Sept. - Oct. 1863. Present. (Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia)



33rd Georgia

9. Amos Rucker -- Documentation found at http://dixieoutfitters.com/p/amos-rucker-remembered?ol=no&pi=2673&ri=2669 Photo and more documentation found at http://www.mosocco.com/florida.html



50th Georgia

10. J-- Slave. Appears in a register in a Confederate burial ground. Cemetery, Winchester, Va. Grave number 888. Date of death, Nov. 2, 1862



Unknown unit or service

11. Alex-- Negro. Property of Mr. S. Atkinson. Appears on a register of patients at Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, Ga.
Disease: Ulcers
Admitted: Sept 20, 1864
Returned to duty: Nov 18, 1864
Residence: Toliver County
Confederate Archives, Chap 6, File number 752 page 236
(Unfiled Papers and Slips Belonging in Confederate Compiled Service Records. Footnote)

12. Blave Alex-- (Slave?). Appears on a Roll of Non Commissioned officers and privates employed on extra duty at Macon, Georgia during the month of April 1863.
Nature of service: Laborer
Service: April 1, 1863
To: April 30, 1863

13. Alex -- Slave-- Appears on a Roll of Non Commissioned officers and privates employed on extra duty at Macon, Georgia during the month of June 1863.
Laborer

14. Alex -- Negro. Property of Dr. Ladler. Appears on a register of patients at Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, Ga.
Disease: Diarrhea
Admitted: Oct 2, 1864
Deserted: Oct 28, 1864 (may be noted in wrong place)
Residence: Hawkinsville, Ga.

15. Alex -- Negro. Property of Maj. Barron. Appears on a register of patients at Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, Ga.
Disease: Rubella
Admitted: Sept 4, 1864
Died Sept. 14, 1864
Residence: Jones Co., Ga.

16. Rufus Allen -- Free Negro. Conscript. Medical Purveyor, Macon, Ga. Laborer. March 9, March 31, 1865

17. James Bing -- Laborer. See manuscript -- 4924. May 1864. Savannah, Ga.

These men are listed under E. D. Hugennin Ord. Sgt at Macon, Georgia Armory. 1862
18. Horace -- Negro mechanic.
19. Plenty -- " " " "
20. Bill -- " " " "
See manuscript 3662
(Reference slip)




Georgia Clothing Bureau
All entries are located in the Unfiled Papers and Slips Belonging in Confederate Compiled Service Records

21. Henry Balfour -- Negro. Listed as laborer and striker. Several cards referencing different manuscripts -- 5285, 6313(slave), 6314, 3518, 3498, 3505, 3494. Last card dated 1864.

22. J. Balfour-- Negro Laborer. See manuscript 3518, Dec. 1863. Columbus, Ga. May be the same as James Balfour, Mfg. Dept, Clothing Bur., Q.M. Dept. CSA. Columbus, Ga. Manuscript 3505. Also found a listing for a Jim Balfour, Columbus, Ga. listed as a slave working in the same department with a notation "nails." Manuscripts 6313, 3494,

23. Sandy Balfour -- Negro Laborer. Mfg. Dept, Clothing Bur., Q.M. Dept. CSA. Columbus, Ga. Manuscripts 3494, 3505, 3518,6314.

24. Wesley Balfour -- Negro laborer. Mfg. Dept, Clothing Bur., Q.M. Dept. CSA. Columbus, Ga. Manuscripts 6313, 6314, 3494, 3505

25. Wm. Balfour -- Slave. Mfg. Dept, Clothing Bur., Q.M. Dept. CSA. Columbus, Ga. Manuscripts 6313, 6314, 3494, 3505.

26. Granberry/Granbury Balfour-- Negro teamster. Mfg. Dept, Clothing Bur., Q.M. Dept. CSA. Columbus, Ga. Manuscripts 3494, 3518.

27. Gid Balfour -- Laborer. Only one card. Not listed as Negro but is found in a group that is listed as slaves or Negroes working in Columbus, Ga. Manuscript 6314.

28. George Balfour -- Negro laborer. Wheelwright & carpenter. Columbus, Ga. Manuscripts 5285, 6314, 3503, 3504, 3507, 6313, 3494.

29. Eliza Balfour --Seamstress. Clothing Bur. 1863. One card. Not listed as Negro but found within the same group. Manuscript 6015.

30. Dick Balfour -- Negro laborer. Mfg. Dept, Clothing Bur., Q.M. Dept. CSA. Columbus, Ga. Manuscript 3494, 6314, 6313.

31. Bob Balfour --Negro laborer, slave. Manuscripts 3494, 6314, 63139(Striker) May 1864.

32. Beverly Balfour -- Negro Wheelwright. Mfg. Dept, Clothing Bur., Q.M. Dept. CSA. Columbus Ga. Jan. 1864. Manuscripts 3504, 3507, 3494, 3505.

33. Ben Balfour -- Negro striker. Mfg. Dept, Clothing Bur., Q.M. Dept. CSA. Columbus Ga. Jan. 1864. Manuscripts, 3494, 3505.

34. Elleck Baldwin -- Negro Painter. See Manuscript 3505, 3498 Jan. 1864.



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