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Re: George Washington ALBRIGHT of Guilford County, NC
Posted by: Howard Boswell (ID *****8692) Date: August 27, 2011 at 18:19:26
In Reply to: George Washington ALBRIGHT of Guilford County, NC by Wayne Phillips of 518

Wayne:
Civil War Soldiers :
There was one George Allbright , with that spelling , Conf. NC, 49th North Carolina Inf.. 48th Regiment, Company C, Pvt. File #230 Roll#1

three others spelled Albright, Confederates

#1 in the 7th NC Bradshaws 7th Regiment, Senior Reserves

#2 13th Battalion NC Light Artillary Co. E, Pvt

#3 3rd NC Artilary Co. G. Pvt.
It may take a lot more digging to see which one is yours.Confederate records are harder to find.

Howard Boswell


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