Request more Information on: ‘James Swindle – Private, May 7, 1862. He was admitted to the General Military Hospital No 4 at Wilmington, North Carolina with fever January 23, 1863 and returned to duty March 4, 1863. He was a member of 1st Company F, 25th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry GSA Liberty County, Georgia (“Altamaha Scouts”)’.
Also could this James Swindle be: The father or a brother of George D. Swindle (03/09/1829-10/18/1910) that served as a Private in both Company D (Liberty Guards) and Company H (The Lamar Rangers) of the 5th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Cavalry (CSA) during the Civil War?
George D. Swindle (03/09/1829-10/18/1910) is buried in the Old Poplar Church Cemetery on Fort Stewart, GA by his wife Esther Weathers (11/30/1835-4/4/1912). They were married on July 6th 1852 in Tattnall County, GA and lived as farmers in the Bay View and Beards Creek areas of Liberty (Now Long County)County, GA where they had a large family (Four Boys: Henry Aquilla S, James Benjamin S, George Brook S, & Horace Baker S, and Two Girls: Emma Mae S. & Weltha Ann Swindle). Spelling of the name changed on the Liberty County, GA official records during the late 1800’s and early 1900’s from Swindle to Swindel to Swindell.