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Sterling Johnston lived Ninnakah Grady county
Posted by: Emil Lehenbauer (ID *****7763) Date: June 28, 2008 at 14:57:00
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Grand Father of Sterling Johnston , son Fay live this area and produced a tallented son Edward Eugene Johnston manager of Swanda Brothers Sheet Metal For Many Years.
Julius was born in 1843 Georgia, Chattooga county to Sterling Johnston and Emily Greathouse.
From Records of Ala. Confederate Soldiers 1861-1865 :

Name: Julius C. Johnston
Age: 18
Enlisted : April 28, 1861 - For Duration of War
Place : Tuskeegee, Macon County, Ala.
Marital Status : Single
Occupation : Farmer
Unit : Co. B - 4th Alabama Infantry Regiment
Rank : Private - promoted to 2nd Sergeant in March 1862 ..

Present at the Following Engagements :

1st Manassas
Etham's Landing
Seven Pines
Gaines Farm
Malvern Hill
Hazle River
Fort Hugger
Falling Water
Thornton River
William's Island
Raccoon Valley
Hog Mountain
Campbell's Station
Knoxville Heights
Bean's Station

Deserted : May 7, 1864

By: Evander McIver Law - Colonel , Commanding

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