Article from the 'Confederate Veteran' magazine,
dated March, 1909.
WILLIAM C. LOVELESS was born in Campbell County, Georgia, Jan.15, 1840. He went into the war early in the struggle, and remained until the surrender at Appomattox, serving as a member of the 7th Georgia Infantry, Longstreet's Corps, A.N.V. He was wounded but once, it is thought, during the Seven Days fight around Richmond. He was converted in a meeting house held near Richmond and afterwards lived a Christian life. He returned home after the war and in 1866 was married to MISS JENNIE HILL, who survives him with their children. Comrade LOVELESS had been a resident of Union County, Mississippi since 1887. He was taken sick soon after returning from the Birmingham Reunion and lingered till October 11, when he was called to join' comrades across the river'.
[ This is not my family, only post to Honor the veteran and hope this may help someone].# 129
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