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Burrell Douglass, CSA  

Burrell Douglass enlisted at Waynesville, Georgia on September 22, 1862 to fight for the CSA. He served under Captain T. S. Hopkins in the 24th Battalion, Georgia Cavalry, Company A, as a private, until the 24th along with the 21rst Battalion, Georgia Cavalry and the Hardwick Mounted Rifles combined to make up the 7th Regiment, Georgia Cavalry where Burrell served, in company A.  While in the 24th Georgia Cavalry, he served along side Obediah Barber in company A.  Obediah also served in company C. 

After the war Burrell and his family moved to Ware County about 10 houses from Obediah Barber's house. (according to the 1880 Ware County census) One of Burrell's daughters, Mary Ann Douglass married one of Obediah's sons, William A. Barber in 1877.

Submitted by David Douglas,
 As a loving tribute to the memory of his great-great-grandfather Burrell Douglass.


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