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Enoch Eubanks of Leary Georgia (burial location)
Posted by: Kevin Killingsworth (ID *****6073) Date: February 13, 2011 at 10:46:04
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I am looking for the burial location of Enoch Eubanks born in 1842, originally married to Licia Isler. The remaining family states "Leary Georgia", but I have looked at many cemeteries there and have not found his nor his wife's grave. He could be in Leary, or any of the surrounding towns in Calhoun county, if not some of the other counties in the area.

Enoch served in the 12th Georgia Company D regiment of the Confederate Army. He was wounded at the battles of McDowell, 2nd Manassas, and Gettysburg in the defense of the South. He lived through the war and surrendered at Appomattox. A tough man.

I am a proud descendent of his and am looking for his gravesite, so any information would be appreciated.

Kevin Killingsworth
kevinkillingsworth@yahoo.com



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