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Re: HEDGEPATH/HEDGEPETH - SOUTH CAROLINA
Posted by: Becky Kivak Date: August 07, 1998 at 00:13:47
In Reply to: HEDGEPATH/HEDGEPETH - SOUTH CAROLINA by Joseph Barron Chandler Jr. of 297

There is a William Hedgepeth in my family
tree. I know very little about him or his
siblings. William Hedgepeth, b. 27 Jan.1818,
North Carolina (?), d. 15 June 1910 (wife unknown but believed to be a Mysina or Mulven Couch (although records are confusing as to whether Mysina was William's wife or his son, Frank's. William had a granddaughter named Nancy Olena Hedgepeth. Civil War Records:The Confederate Muster-In Roll dated Camp Morrison, Georgia, March 31, 1862, states William Hedgepeth joined for duty at the rank of Private and was enrolled on March 8, 1862, at Paulding County, Dallas, Georgia. He was assigned to Company K (later changed to Company D), 1st Regiment Georgia Infantry, under Lt. Col. Morrison's Battalion which was under Capt. W.R. Seawright's Company. His son Frank was in same regiment. I have more info if this makes a connection. E-mail me.


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