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Re: Confederate Soldiers - Debord surname
Posted by: Hurshel Debord (ID *****8862) Date: September 03, 2006 at 03:24:37
In Reply to: Confederate Soldiers - Debord surname by Hurshel Debord of 779

I failed to add my notes for G. H. Debord (about the 6th guy down in the above note).

* Deboard, G.H. (aka G. H. Dubard) Confederate Infantry private Co I and Co G 39th Regiment, Georgia Infantry
Muster Roll of Co I 39th Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Infantry dated 4 May 1862 included:
a. William A. DeBord 3rd corporal 4 May 1862.
b. George H. Debord private 10 May 1862
George Deboard served in Co F and Co G of 39 GA Inf; G. H. Deboard served in Co G and I of 39 GA Inf. George Debord filed for pension for service in Co I 39th GA; Mrs Sarah M. Debord filed as a widow for service of George H. Debord in Co I 39th GA (Confederate pension records in GA)
Note by HLD: This is George H. Debord ( 1844-1898 s/o James Debord and Sarah Griffin of Gilmer co GA and husband of Sarah M. Banks.

William A. Debord is his brother, William Alexander Debord (1842-1922), husband of Sarah Angeline Elder. I couldn't find Wm in the Index, but here are other sources that proved he did serve.
From Confederate Service Index William De Bord served in Co I 39 Georgia Inf as corporal. From Confederate Pension Records in GA, W. A. Debord filed for service in Co I 39th GA; and Sarah A. Debord filed as widow of William A. Debord for servive in Co I 39th GA.
DeBord, William A. -- 3rd Corporal - March 4, 1862. Appointed 1st Corporal October 1863. Captured at Nashville, Tennessee December 17, 1864. Paroled at Camp Chase, Ohio, and sent to New Orleans, Lousiana, for exchange May 2, 1865. Received at Vicksburg, Mississippi May 12, 1865.


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