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Swindell's, Co D, 5th Georgia Cavalry
Posted by: James Earl Swindell Date: March 21, 2002 at 06:43:11
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Roster of Company “D”, 5th Georgia Cavalry-The Liberty Guards 1861-1865 listed: Privates H.A. Swindell, S.S. Swindell, William Swindell, and George Swindell.
The H.A. Swindell is most likely Henry Alexander Swindell/Swindle (b.1836;d.1907) that married Jane Denmark (b.1842;d.1908) on 1858 and lived in Willie Community, Liberty County, GA. (Now on the Fort Stewart Army Installation, Liberty Co GA.)
The S.S. Swindell is most likely Samuel S. Swindell/Swindle (b.3/18/1828; d.1/28/1903) that was married to Mary and the parents of Elizabeth Eliza Swindell (b.1/9/1853) that married Joseph Jackson Martin (b.12/11/1842) a son of William H. Martin and Elizabeth Daniel. Taylors Creek Community of Liberty County, GA. (Now on the Fort Stewart Army Installation, Liberty Co GA.)
William Swindell is most likely the William Swindell/Swindle that married Sarah Jane Rustin Stafford about 1857 and they became the parents of James Pledger Swindell and Lonnie Swindell.
George Swindell is most likely my great-grandfather George D. Swindell/Swindle (b.3/9/1829;d.10/18/1910) that married Esther Weathers (b.11/30/1835;d.4/4/1912) in Tattnall County, GA on July 6, 1852 and raised a large family in the Bay View, Swindel, and Beards Creek Communities of Liberty County, GA. (Bay View, and Beards Creek in now in Long County, GA and the old Swindel community is on the Fort Stewart Army Installation in Liberty/Long County, GA.)
I need help in connecting the relationships of these Swindell/Swindle’s in my efforts to identify their parents and where they came from before settling in Liberty County, GA sometime before the War of 1861-1865. Appreciate any help. Thanks!

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