THE JOHNSON GRAYS

THE JOHNSON GRAYS

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THE JOHNSON GRAYS
The Johnson Grays were officially organized on July 11, 1861. The Grays were assigned to the 14th Georgia Volunteer Infantry Regiment. The company was sent first to Atlanta and thence to Lynchburg just before the Battle of First Manassas.3 At Lynchburg the 14th Georgia was mustered into Confederate service.
14th Georgia Volunteer Infantry Regiment Company F:
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FLANDERS, BARNABUS B. - Enlisted on June 13, 1862, killed at Spotsylvania Courthouse, Va. on May 12, 1864.

FLANDERS, FRANCIS J. - Enlisted on July 11, 1861, wounded at 2nd Manassas, Va. on Aug. 30, 1862, sent home where he died from his wounds on March 14, 1863, participated in the battles of Seven Pines, Seven Days, Cedar Run, 2nd Manassas, and Ox Hill.

FLANDERS, JOHN M. - Enlisted in March, 1863?, sent to Richmond Gen. Hospital # 2 on Oct. 11, 1862, died of disease in Dec. 1862.

FLANDERS, WILLIAMSON T. - Born in Emanuel County, Ga. on Aug. 9, 1840, enlisted on July 11, 1861, sick in a Richmond hospital, Apr. 16, 1862, wounded at 2nd Manassas, Va. on Aug. 30, 1862, detailed as a nurse at Wayside Gen. Hospital, Richmond on Oct. 11, 1862, captured at Wilderness, Va. on May 6, 1864, paroled at Elmira Prison, N.Y. on Oct. 11, 1864, received at Venus Point, Savannah, Ga. for exchange on Nov. 15, 1864.

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4/24/2007
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