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Re: carwiles in the cival war?
Posted by: Casey Carwile Date: March 02, 2001 at 10:20:39
In Reply to: carwiles in the cival war? by justin carwile of 278

Pvt. Charles Edward Carwile of Entry Hill Farm near Brookneal, Va served in Company C of the 60th Georgia Regiment commanded by Captain James B. Hilton. His enlistment papers have been lost, but it is known that he was one of those who surrendered at Appomattox. The 60th
was in Campell county to fight in the battle of Lynchburg in 1863, so it is concievable that he either volunteered or was conscripted around this time. He is my Great-Great-Great Grandfather.


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