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The American Civil War
Rosters of the Men From
Bartow County, Georgia

Capt. Berry W Gideon

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Cass County was created 1832 from Cherokee County; a part of Murrary County was added 1834. A part of Cass county was set off to Gordon County in 1850. The name of Cass County was changed to BARTOW COUNTY in 1861. The county seat is Cartersville, Ga.

The following is a list of the payroll of Capt. Berry W Gideon's Company of Mounted Volunteers organized under the act of the General Assembly of the State of Georgia, assented to the 26 day of December 1837 for the protection of the Cherokee and Creek Indians from the 15th of Jan. 1838 to June 1838 and ordered into service of the State by Colonel Samuel Stewart by order of the Governor of the State of Georgia:

Berry W Gideon, Capt James M Hamilton, 1st Lt William Pearson, 2nd Lt Johon H Miller, 1st Sgt
Joseph T Hamilton, 2nd Sgt William B Lowry, 3rd Sgt Jonathan Long, 4th Sgt Lemuel Howard, 1st Cpl
Lorenzo D Jones, 2nd Cpl M F Gathright, 3rd Cpl Patrick Moore, 4th Cpl W Terry, Ensign
Barton, Daniel Bolt, William Cantrell, William I Casey, Bainbridge
Danaway, William Dodd, Christopher Dunagan, Franklin A Dunagan, Hiram
Dunagan, William Hassell, William D Huchison, John H Jackson, Joseph Wilson
Jones, James F Leander, H Gillis Lowry, James Lowry, Carter
Lowry, Green Massey, Anderson McElroy, John Morrow, Nicholds Leander
Murkeson, Duncan Owens, Anderson Perkins, Elijah Person, Bailus
Pinson, Elijah Pinson, Isaac Pogue, Reuben M Ponder, John
Quarles, David Ray, Samuel I Simpson, William Stokes, Joseph H
Tate, Isaac Terry, William Turner, William Watson, James N
Watson, John Wilson, William H Wilson, Nicholds John Wood, Joseph
Youngblood, Gideon Y      

Source Book: They Were Here vol #5

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