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Nathan Brinkley, CSA
Posted by: Molly Dixon (ID *****2772) Date: February 16, 2003 at 07:35:42
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Would like information about Nathan Brinkley, the Confederate soldier who is buried in Union Hill Cemetery between Georgetown and Round Rock. His marker states he was a private in Company C, 7th Florida Infantry, CSA. His dates are given as 1833-1913. Would anyone know how he came to Williamson County?

Thanks for any help,

Molly Dixon


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