Confederate
Soldiers
Seaborn Aycock Jr.
Co G 25th Regiment LA Inf CSA
Bannister Royster Bailey
Co G 21st Regiment GA Inf CSA
Andrew Erwin Fletcher
NC CSA
Andrew Jackson Fletcher
Co H 21st Regiment GA Inf CSA
Haywood C. Reeves
21st GA Vol Inf CSA
Enoch O. Reeves
21st GA Vol Inf CSA
Stephen F. Reeves
21st GA Vol Inf CSA
George W. Reeves
Co A 26th Regiment NC Inf CSA
Jesse Alexander Reeves
Co A 26th Regiment NC Inf CSA
Timothy Reeves
15th Regiment MO Cavalry CSA
Thomas Jefferson Rollins
Co K 60th GA Inf CSA
William H. Rollins
Co A 39th GA Inf CSA
William A. Thedford
2nd Co D 1st GA Inf  CSA
James A. Polk Thedford
2nd Co D 1st GA Inf  CSA
Notes for Seaborn Aycock Jr. :  He served in the Confederate Army as a Captain.  
He was killed at Jonesboro, GA on August 31, 1864.

Notes for Bannister Royster Bailey:  He served in the Confederate Army during the
Civil War from July 4, 1861, until March 17, 1865, as a Private in Company G of the
21st Regiment of the GA Infantry.  He was wounded in battle near Fredricksburg, VA
on December 13, 1862, and again at Chancellorsville VA on May 3, 1863.  He was
taken prisoner at Cedar Creek (near Strasburg VA) on September 23, 1864, and was
confined at Point Lookout MD for 6 months.  He was transferred to Aikins Landing VA
on March 17, 1865 for exchange and received on March 19, 1865 at Boulware & Cox's
Wharves, James River, VA.  His unit, known as the "Dabney Rifles", participated in over
fifty engagements including operations in the Shenandoah Valley from May 15 to June
17, 1862; operations against Harpers Ferry WV on May 24-30, 1862; Seven Days
Battles from June 25 to July 1, 1862; campaign in Northern VA (2nd Bull Run) from
August 16 to September 2, 1862; action at 2nd Manasses (Bull Run) VA on August 26,
1862; battle at Atietam, Sharpsburg MD on September 16-17, 1862;  battle at
Fredricksburg VA on December 12-15, 1862; battle at Chancellorsville VA on May 1-5,
1863; battle at Gettysburg, PA on July 1-3, 1863; engagement at Lynchburg VA on
June 17-18, 1864; action at Fort Stevens and along the Northern defenses of
Washington DC on July 11-12, 1864; Sheridan's Campaign in the Shenandoah Valley
from August 7 to November 28, 1864; battle at Opequan, Winchester VA on September
19, 1864; engagement at Clover Hill Appomattox Courthouse VA on April 9, 1865; and
surrendered, Appomattox Courthouse VA on April 9, 1865.
A Confederate marker was placed on his grave on May 6, 1990, by the Sons of
Confederate Veterans.

Notes for Andrew Jackson Fletcher:  He served as a Private in Company H, 21st
GA Inf, CSA.   Enlisted July 2, 1861, at Rising Fawn GA. Participated in battles at
Fredricksburg December 13, 1862, and 2nd Manasses (Bull Run) August 26, 1862.  
Wounded at Chancellorsville VA May 2, 1863. Promoted from Private to Corporal on
March 1, 1864.  Wounded in lower left thigh at Fisher's Hill VA, September 22, 1864.  
Captured at Harrisonburg VA on September 25, 1864.  Exchanged October 31, 1864,
and received at Venus Point, Savannah River, GA on November 15, 1864.  He was with
Lee's Army when surrendered at Appomattox Courthouse on April 9, 1865. When he
returned home after the war, his family had moved away. One of his descendants still
has the round-ball fragment from his wound received at Fisher's Hill VA.

Notes for Haywood C. Reeves:  He enlisted as a Private on March 4, 1862.  He was
wounded at 2nd Manasses VA on August 28, 1862.  He was wounded in right leg and
captured at Harrisonburg VA on September 21, 1864.  Paroled at Point Lookout MC
October 18, 1864.  Received at Savannah River GA for exchange November 15, 1864.
 No later record.  Pension records show he was on furlough at close of war.

Notes for Enoch O. Reeves:  He enlisted as a Private on July 1, 1861.  Appointed
4th Sergeant June 4, 1862.  Killed at Cold Harbor VA June 3, 1864.

Notes for Stephen F. Reeves:  He enlisted as a Private on July 1, 1861.  Died of
typhoid fever at Fairfax VA October 6, 1861.

Notes for Timothy Reeves:  He was in the 3rd Cavalry Regiment, 1st Division of the
MO State Guard and Reeve's Company of Independent MO Scouts.  
 He was a Colonel
in the 15th Regiment MO Cavalry, CSA. He was captured June 2, 1865 and transfered
to St Louis.  Several months later released.
See Picture.

Notes for Thomas Jefferson Rollins:  He served as a Private in Co K, 60th GA Inf
CSA. Enlisted May 10, 1862 Cartersville GA.  Wounded at Manasses on August 28,
1862. Wounded June 13-14, 1863 near Winchester, VA.  Wounded July 1, 1863,
Gettysburg PA.  Captured at Paulding Co GA in June 1864, received at Military Prison,
Louisville KY.  Oath of Allegiance June 3, 1864 Chattanooga TN Sent to Dept of
Cumberland to be released north of the Ohio River.


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