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Henry Tidwell (Confederate Soldier) Burial Site?
Posted by: Denise Morris (ID *****2447) Date: February 15, 2009 at 19:26:23
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Henry Tidwell, Born 1832 in Forsyth Co, GA, died August, 1863 in Forsyth Co, GA. Does anyone know where his burial site is? Also, any information on is wife, Sarah Susannah (Sallie) Fowler, b. 1832 in Rabun Co, GA would be greatly appreciated. Below is Henry Tidwell's Civil War Info:

Muster Roll of Company E, 43rd Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry
Army of Tennessee C.S.A.
Forsyth County Georgia Kellogg Rifles
Mustered in at George Kellogg's Store near Ebenezer Methodist Church
Tidwell, Henry - Private, Mar 10, 1862, captured at Baker's Creek, Mississippi, May 16, 1863, Paroled at Fort Delaware, Del, July 3, 1863, Exchanged July 4, 1863, Died of Measles in Forsyth County Georgia, August 1863.

Thank you,
denise


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