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103 book 5 Family F2584
 
104 Born 1 Jun 1839 Georgia
Died 25 Dec 1928 Athens, Georgia
Son of James Alexander Hansford and Phoebe Hardy of Oglethorpe County. Jethro Gibson enlisted in the CSA on 17 September 1861 at Yorktown, Virginia, as a Private with Company K, 6th Georgia Infantry. ("Gilmer Blues") He was wounded 1 July 1862 in the Battle of Malvern Hill in Virginia. He was again seriously wounded in the Battle of Olustee, Florida, and sent home on wounded furlough. He returned to service and was present at the surrender at Greensboro, North Carolina. Jethro is buried in Watkinsville, Georgia, along with his wife Olive Yarbrough.
His military record is on file with the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
 
Hansford, Jethro Gibson (I3813)
 
105 Born 14 July 1835 Elbert County, Ga.
Died 4 January 1894 Oglethorpe County, Ga. Son of James Alexander Hansford and Phoebe Hardy of Oglethorpe County. Marion enlisted with the CSA on 6 April 1862 at Yorktown, Virginia, with Company K, 6th Georgia Infantry ("Gilmer Blues"). He was paroled on 1 May 1865 at Greensboro, North Carolina. Military record is on file with the United Daughters of the Confederacy. Marion and his wife Frances Peterman are buried in the Salem Baptist Church Cemetery in Oglethorpe County.
 
Hansford, Marion Alexander (I3809)
 
106 Born 15 Jun 1834 Elbert County, Georgia
Died 16 Jul 1888 Oglethorpe County, Georgia
Son of James Alexander Hansford and Phoebe Hardy of Oglethorpe County. William enlisted as a Private with the CSA on 28 May 1861 in Atlanta, Georgia. He served with Company K, 6th Georgia Infantry ("Gilmer Blues"). He was wounded at the Battle of Seven Pines and again at the Battle of Bentonville, North Carolina. He was captured at Greenville, South Carolina, and paroled there 24 May 1865. William and his wife Sarah Peterman are both buried in the Salem Baptist Church Cemetery in Oglethorpe County, Georgia. His military record is on file with the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
 
Hansford, William Patrick (I3808)
 
107 Born 1840 Georgia
Died 28 May 1863 Hannover Junction Hospital, Virginia
Son of James Alexander Hansford and Phoebe Hardy of Oglethorpe County
Enlisted with the CSA 17 September 1861 Yorktown, Virginia, as a Private, with Company K, 6th Georgia Infantry("Gilmer Blues"). Asa is listed on the register of officers and soldiers of the Army of the Confederate States who were killed in battle or who died of wounds or disease. Burial place unknown. Military record is on file with the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
 
Hansford, Asa (I3811)
 
108 Born 24 Jun 1839 Elbert County, Georgia
Died unknown
Son of Loranza Irvin Hansford/Hansard and Matilda Smith of Elbert County, Ga. James enlisted with the CSA as a Private with Company B, 3rd Georgia Infantry, at Eatonton, Georgia, 1 Sept. 1861. He was wounded at Chancellorsville, Virginia, on 3 May 1863. His name appears on the list of prisoners of war belonging to the Army of Northern Virginia, which was surrendered by General R.L. Lee at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, 9 April 1865. Burial place unknown.
 
Hansford, James Jones (I2739)
 
109 Born 25 Oct.1843 Elbert County, Ga.
Died 26 Feb. 1923 Oglethorpe County, Ga. Son of James Alexander Hansford and Phoebe Hardy of Oglethorpe County. Benjamin enlisted with the CSA as a Private on 10 January 1864 in Charleston, South Carolina. He served with Company K, 6th Georgia Infantry ("Gilmer Blues"). He was paroled at Greensboro, North Carolina on 1 May 1865. Benjamin and his wife Lucy Ann Bray are buried in Salem Baptist Church Cemetery in Oglethorpe County, Georgia. His military record is on file with the United Daughters of the Confederacy. 
Hansford, Benjamin Franklin (I3814)
 
110 Born 28 April 1842 Elbert County, Georgia
Died 4 May 1922 Elbert County, Georgia
Son of William Patrick Hansard and Lucinda Hardy of Elbert County, Georgia. Jeptha enlisted with the CSA and served in the 38th Georgia Infantry, Company H (Stonewall Jackson's brigade) from 1861 to 1865.
Jeptha and his wife Mary Frances White are both buried in Harmony Baptist Church Cemetery near Elberton, Georgia. 
Hansard, Jeptha Riley (I3821)
 
111 Born Blind
16 Nov 1846 Released from paying taxes because he was blind. 1850 census listed occupation as miller.
1870 census listed as miller and blind

Houston Co., GA Guardian's Bonds, Book "A" page 206. Date of bond: 5 October 1884 guardian B. A. Walton, security none, Amount of bond: $490. Orphans: Custus N. Jackson, Martha D. Jackson. Deceased parent Felder Jackson. 
Jackson, Felder (I1152)
 
112 Buckskin Rev. Dresel Family F2592
 
113 burial Providence Primitive Baptist Church LEWIS\PAGE, Sarah (Sallie) (I6721)
 
114 Burial was moved from original location Hawkins, Jeffersonia E (I6049)
 
115 Butler Twp, Taylor County Hortman, William Henry (I6725)
 
116 Family F2559
 
117 cancer Hortman, Carlton Hicks (I6731)
 
118 cancer Hortman, Philip Becham (I6733)
 
119 Cause of death listed on death certificate is Accidental gun shot wound. Visage, Sarah (I5152)
 
120 Cecil, oldest of the Jackson children, was riding his tractor on an incline when it tipped over, landed on him and crushed him. He was only 33. His young wife Bertie Lee never remarried.
 
Jackson, Cecil W. (I5131)
 
121 Census data at LDS shows name as Harry Rogers, William Henry (I6236)
 
122 Census data at LDS site shows name as "Harry W" Rogers, William Henry (I6235)
 
123 Central, SC, Dwight Kenneth Shirley, 79, of 722 Pepper Street, died Thursday, February 10, 2011 at the Rainey Hospice House, Anderson. Born in Central, he was a son of the late Sam and Ruby James Shirley. Dwight was a retired TSgt in the USAir Force and a retired civilian employee with the Air Force. He was of the Baptist faith. Surviving is a daughter, Pat Durham; brothers, Vernon Shirley and Bill Shirley; and a sister, Sara James all of Central; two grandchildren, Josh Morrison and Tyler Ann Durham. In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by two sisters, Louise Gooch and Helen Cobb. Funeral services will be 3 PM, Saturday in the Chapel of Duckett-Robinson Funeral Home with burial to follow in Memory Gardens. Visitation will be from 2 to 3 PM, Saturday prior to the service at the funeral home.

The family is at their respective homes.

Condolences may be expressed online at www.robinsonfuneralhomes.com or at the funeral home.
 
Shirley, Dwight Kenneth (I4090)
 
124 Charles J. "Boe" Scarborough -UNADILLA - Charles J. "Boe" Scarborough, age 79, of Unadilla, died Thursday at Heart of Georgia Hospice. -Born in Dooly County, he was the son of the late Carlton Scarborough and Cora Jones Scarborough. He served in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War and retired from Robins Air Force Base. Following his retirement, he worked at Dennard's Bait and Tackle for 13 years. He attended Unadilla United Methodist Church and was a member of the Moose Lodge. -Survivors: daughter, Gay Scarborough-Barrett of Perry; sisters, Susie Bell of Warner Robins; Minnie Cody of New Mexico; granddaughter, Hanna Barrett of Perry. -He was preceded in death by his wife, Myrna Wilson Scarborough and by his siblings, Exie Shirley and Ralph Scarborough. -Graveside services will be at 11A.M. Saturday in Walnut Cemetery. -The family will greet friends from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. Friday at the funeral home. -Memorial gifts may be made to Hospice of Houston County, 103 Westridge Drive, Warner Robins, GA 31088. -Friends may register online at www.brannen-nesmith.com -Brannen-NeSmith Funeral Home of Unadilla has charge of arrangements.
 
Scarborough, Charles J. "Boe" (I4939)
 
125 Chester Co., SC Source (S4)
 
126 Church of Christ, Minister Billy H Hood, Family F2128
 
127 Civil War Wilder, Jos Green (I6621)
 
128 Civil War veteran
 
Hortman, Gosper or Gasper (I6749)
 
129 Co C 27th Ga Killed in 1863 Buried at Dixon UMC
Merritt, Riley- private June 15, 1862 . Absent, sick,
December 24, 1862 . Died in service. 
Merritt, William Riley (I6378)
 
130 Co E - 6th regiment - Jackson Guards
Arnold, Anderson C- private May 14, 1862 Roll
for April 30, 1864, last on file, shows him present No
later record
 
Arnold, Anderson C. (I1804)
 
131 Co E - 6th regiment - Jackson Guards
Arnold, Thomas C- private May 27, 1861 Wounded
at Cold Harbor, Va June 27, 1862 Discharged,
disability, April 22, 1863
 
Arnold, Thomas Calvin (I2567)
 
132 Co E, 38th Regiment, Ga Volunteer Infantry, Evans' Brigate, Gordon's Div, Wright's Legion Army Northern Va, CSA.
Wounded at ColdHarbor, Va. June 27, 1862. Discharged, disability, at General Hospital #19, at Richmond, Va. October 24, 1862 
Webb, Joseph Benjamin (I6177)
 
133 CO P 6 Ga Inf CSA Co E 6th Inf. Reg't 'Crawford Greys'
Hortman, William H- private May 27, 1861 Wounded at Sharpsburg, Md September 17, 1862 Roll for April 30, 1864, last on file, shows him present No later record Co E, 6th GA Infantry
 
Hortman, William Henry (I6725)
 
134 Columbus Medical Center Hudson, Robert W. (I1064)
 
135 Comer News 1931: Mrs Wyatt Bullock, former Lizzie Long, died February 2. Her husband died twenty years before. Survived by one son, James Richard; one daughter, Mrs B C Gholston; one brother, J D Long; one sister, Mrs B N White. Burial Danielsville Cemetery. Long, Bethany Elizabeth "Lizzie" (I5918)
 
136 Company # 6th Inf. Reg't 'Crawford Greys' Private July 28, 1861. Wounded at Cold Harbor, Va. June 27, 1862. Discharged on account of wounds Dec. 31,1862.
 
Hartman, Samuel Wesley (I6720)
 
137 Confederate States of America
Pvt. Co. C, 54th GA Wounded at Kennesaw
Mt. June 27, 1864. Surrendered at
Greensboro, NC April 26, 1865 
Layfield, Loudy (I3059)
 
138 Couldn't bear to live without his wife. Jones, Robert (I126)
 
139 Courthouse Family F2125
 
140 Dabney served in the military as captain of Company B, 9th Battalion, Georgia Volunteer Infantry, CSA, enlisting on Mar 4, 1862 in Madison County, Georgia. He transferred to Co. E, 37th Regiment, Georgia Infantry as Captain on May 6, 1863. Dabney was killed at Jonesboro, Georgia Aug 31, 1864 Gholston, Dabney L (I6169)
 
141 Date from headstone, Edwards, Robert Ellison Jr. (I1803)
 
142 Daughter of Pickens (C.S.A) and Adeline Caroline (Bowers) Byrd Byrd, Addie Bessie (I5575)
 
143 Death and Obituary Notices from The Southern Christian Advocate, 1867-1878, Issue of October 22, 1869, page 214
Matilda Hansford was born March 1, 1818, and died Sept. 25, 1869 in Macon, Ga., the mother of 12 children. She joined the M. E. Church, South in Elbert co., in 1839. Her husband preceded her (L. E. Hansford) one year and four days. James Jones 
Smith, Matilda (I2737)
 
144 diagnosed with lung cancer January 2009, died at home 112 Frances St, Warner Robins, Houston,Georgia, USA Hortman, Albert Lanier (I6821)
 
145 Died of disease while home on furlough Oct. 9, 1862 Gholston, William H (I6175)
 
146 Died after being thrown from a "spirited" horse. (Source: Hansard - Hansford Family History, from A.D. 15__ to A.D. 1984, p. 123) Hansford, William S. (I3742)
 
147 Died during the Civil War Rainey, Enoch (I1086)
 
148 Died in a motorboat accident in Lake Tobesofkee. Bibb Co. GA Edwards, Theresa Ann (I323)
 
149 Died in childbirth Taylor, Mildred V. (I316)
 
150 died in Taylor County Hortman, James A. (I6842)
 

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