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Re: James Edward Feltman
Posted by: david callaway (ID *****0857) Date: January 28, 2007 at 15:24:37
In Reply to: James Edward Feltman by Roy Sams of 76

I am related to James Feltman, but his middle name is "Edmund" NOT EDWARD. He fought in the 28th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Company E. Mustered into the CSA Army in September 1861 in Griffin, Georgia. He is buried in the Mt.Zion Church cemetery near Alvaton,GA. with a Confederate headstone marking his grave. Unfortunately I do not know who his mother and father were, I was too young to be interested in such things when there were still relatives living who could have told me. Joisy Bell Rogers is buried next to him.


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