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Re: carwiles in the cival war?
Posted by: Margaret Stearns Payne Date: July 28, 2000 at 19:02:03
In Reply to: carwiles in the cival war? by justin carwile of 279

Justin, Who are your Carwile ancestors? I have info on several. Dixon Lewis Carwile, son of John T. Carwile, fought with the Alabama 24th Infantry, Co. K. He was killed at the Battle of Chickamauga in 1863. Francis M. Carwile also served with Co. K and was taken prisoner in Nashville in 1864. Hope this helps. Margaret

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