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Was wounded at Leedstown and was recovering from his injury at home.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA: Page 6 · 19 Nov 2013 You

Detailed as hospital steward.

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Hollis' response was to tell them that he would be at the hanging and the mobbing.

Image, found in Southern Claims - Approved - Georgia: Page 22 · 25 Aug 2013 You

Hollis was threatened by the rebels in Wardlaw's Company that if he didn't quick providing information to the Federals they would find him and hang them. John McDonald, the…

Image, found in Southern Claims - Approved - Georgia: Page 22 · 25 Aug 2013 You

In the fall of 1867 Hollis got sick and his family moved him to Lookout Mountain to recover. While he was gone, his family lost the papers that Hollis said would prove that he…

Image, found in Southern Claims - Approved - Georgia: Page 19 · 25 Aug 2013 You

Hollis would try to keep track of of different companies of rebel scouts such as Gatewood's so that he could report the information to Colonel Wadkins at Lafayette.

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According to Hollis he advised S.J. Poe's son, Samuel Thereon to go through the lines and join the federal army. He also saw Samuel during the time he was "hiding out" to avoid…

Image, found in Southern Claims - Approved - Georgia: Page 18 · 25 Aug 2013 You

Hollis rented a number of acres from John McDonald where he planted corn.

Image, found in Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed: Page 42 · 25 Aug 2013 You

In the fall of 1864 Hollis had loaned a mule to Mrs. S.J. Poe to help her bring in her corn. When the Federals came by they carried the mule off with them.

Image, found in Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed: Page 28 · 25 Aug 2013 You

The Union Army took the mare, and gave him a receipt but he lost it.

Image, found in Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed: Page 27 · 25 Aug 2013 You

Hollis says that he lived on land near Cane Creek six miles below Lafayette and located on the Summerville Road. In the Spring/early summer of 1864 he had loaned his gray mare to…

Image, found in Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed: Page 27 · 25 Aug 2013 You

Claims that the key supporters of the Union cause were John McDonald and Alfred Poe and his wife S.J. Poe.

Image, found in Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed: Page 24 · 25 Aug 2013 You

Claims that he had the papers that allowed him to move freely in the Union lines and that he was always treated fairly by the Federals that he was providing with information.

Image, found in Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed: Page 23 · 25 Aug 2013 You

Middleton Hollis claims to be in the employment of the federal government by providing information.

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Hollis says that he had papers from the Union that proved that he was supporting the Union side and providing information. He claims that he got sick and his family lost these…

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A.G. Sims was in the regiment for the entire war and surrendered with General Johnson at Greensboro, North Carolina. A.G. Sims was a witness supporting Ephrom's application for a…

Image, found in Pamkf's uploads: Ephraim Fulmer Alabama Records copy 2-5... · 27 Aug 2012 You

Zeley and Mary had many children including Scytha or Scythia Reno who married Marshall Jones, Sr. That couple had many childen including Gaden Jones.

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 38 · 08 Jun 2008 You

In my previous comment I meant MIddleburg, Virginia and not Kentucky. Margaret Ball Downman was a cousin of Esther Ball and Mary Ball. Mary was the mother of George Washington.

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Zeley Reno married Mary Chinn at the home of her father Charles Chinn in what is now Middleburg, Kentucky. This house still survives to this day. Charles Chinn was one of the…

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Charles Chinn was the illegitimate son of Rawleigh Chinn and Margaret Ball. Rawleigh had married Margaret's cousin Esther Ball. Esther and Rawleigh's public feuding scandalized…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 20 · 21 Mar 2008 You