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  • Part or all of these files are actually about William Marion Groover Jr. who happened to be in Company F of the 22nd Battalion. At some point someone accidentally listed his middle name as "F" instead of just the company. He went to Fort McAllister in Bryan Co. below Savannah. He joined the Hardwick Mounted Rifles formed by J.L. McAllister and was placed in Co. B. Hines was also part of this ...more

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  • He went to Fort McAllister in Bryan Co. below Savannah. He joined the Hardwick Mounted Rifles formed by J.L. McAllister and was placed in Co. B. Hines was also part of this group. They were consolidated in the the 7th Ga Cavalry in Feb 1864 with some other battalions and companies. After being transferred to the 22nd Battalion, they were sent to northern Virginia. By the fall of 1864 he was ...more

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  • He went to Fort McAllister in Bryan Co. below Savannah. He joined the Hardwick Mounted Rifles formed by J.L. McAllister and was placed in Co. B. Hines was also part of this group. They were consolidated in the the 7th Ga Cavalry in Feb 1864 with some other battalions and companies. After being transferred to the 22nd Battalion, they were sent to northern Virginia. By the fall of 1864 he was ...more

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  • To add... When he joined at Fort McAllister, he was placed in the Hardwick Mounted Rifles created by J.L. McAllister. They were divided into two companies around Sept 1863 when William joined. He was in B Company. Then in Feb 1864 his company was consolidated into the 7th Ga Cavalry and he was in Co. H. As mentioned above, he was shortly therafter transferred to 22nd Battalion Co. F where he was ...more

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  • William went to Fort McAllister which was in Bryan Co., below Savannah to sign up. It was being bombarded almost daily by enemy ships. He was a member of the Hardwick Mounted Rifles formed by J.L. McAllister. It became part of the Ga 7th Cavalry Co. H. This reorganization took place by Special Order No. 37 on Feb 13, 1864.He was then transferred April 11, 1864 to the 22nd Battalion Co. F. They ...more

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  • To add to my first comment: William went to Fort McAllister which was below Savannah to sign up. It was being bombarded almost daily by enemy ships. He was a member of the Hardwick Mounted Rifles which became part of the Ga 7th Cavalry Co. H. This reorganization took place by an order of Feb 13, 1864.He was then transferred April 11, 1864 to the 22nd Battalion Co. F. They were sent to fight in ...more

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  • William M. Groover is confusing because his groups were transferred or combined. Sept 29, 1863 joins Hardwick Mounted Rifles in Bryan Co. Feb 13, 1864 they became 7th Ga Cavalry Co. H. April 11, 1864 they became or he was transfrerred to 22nd Battalion Co. F. He seemed to last serve around Oct 1864. He was from Bulloch Co. Ga where he was a minister and married to Mary Elizabeth Lee. His brothers ...more

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  • William Marion Groover Jr. was from Bulloch Co. but joined in Bryan Co on Sept 29, 1863. His two brothers, Charles and David, joined in Savannah Ga. He married Mary Elizabeth Lee. He was first in the 7th Ga Cavalry Co. H which he joined in Bryan Co. under J.P. Hines. During the reorganization in 1864, he was transferred to the 22nd Battalion, Co. F on April 11th. He died in 1888 in Bulloch Co.

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    Fact: Birth › Gender › Male

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    Fact: Birth › Place › North Carolina

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  • Fact added to James Newsom Memorial Page

    Fact: Birth › Date › 1836

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