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William Jenkins, North Carolina soldier, in artillery uniform, with percussion rifle converted from flintlock - in case

William Jenkins, North Carolina soldier, in artillery uniform, with percussion rifle converted from flintlock - in case

1ST GEORGIA, TAHNALL GUARDS, PVT. JAMES JEFFERSON SMITH, 1/6th plate tintype in a thermo plastic case. Jefferson was from N. Augusta, GA. Olmsteads 1st Georgia, Tahanall Guards. Smith poses holding upright a bowie knife as well as his musket. On his belt is a large Georgia frame buckle and his cap box. Published in "Still in More Confederate faces", excellent detail and contrast.

1ST GEORGIA, TAHNALL GUARDS, PVT. JAMES JEFFERSON SMITH, 1/6th plate tintype in a thermo plastic case. Jefferson was from N. Augusta, GA. Olmsteads 1st Georgia, Tahanall Guards. Smith poses holding upright a bowie knife as well as his musket. On his belt is a large Georgia frame buckle and his cap box. Published in "Still in More Confederate faces", excellent detail and contrast.

At left is Sgt. Cornelius Lawhon, killed by a cannonball at Spotsylvania Courthouse.  Standing in the center is Captain William H. Lawhon, seated at right is Major William Hogan Jones.  Captain Lawhon survived the war. Major Jones captured a Yankee flag in Virginia on August 25, 1864 and surrendered at Appomattox.  I saw this on eBay, came out of a Lawhon family estate in Moore County, NC.  All three of these men were from Moore County, NC and served in the 48th NC Infantry.

At left is Sgt. Cornelius Lawhon, killed by a cannonball at Spotsylvania Courthouse. Standing in the center is Captain William H. Lawhon, seated at right is Major William Hogan Jones. Captain Lawhon survived the war. Major Jones captured a Yankee flag in Virginia on August 25, 1864 and surrendered at Appomattox. I saw this on eBay, came out of a Lawhon family estate in Moore County, NC. All three of these men were from Moore County, NC and served in the 48th NC Infantry.

Ninth plate ruby ambrotype of Private William W. Mullenix, Company E, 8th Georgia Infantry Battalion.

Ninth plate ruby ambrotype of Private William W. Mullenix, Company E, 8th Georgia Infantry Battalion.

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