Crossed Flags My Confederate Ancestors
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"Dixie's Land".
CSA Seal

Southern Cross of Honor - obverse

First Flag of the Confederacy - Stars & Bars

Second Flag of the Confederacy - Stainless Banner

ThirdFlag of the Confederacy - Never Surrendered

Sons of Confederate Veterans

 
WILLIAM POWELL WARD

My eldest Alabama Confederate ancestor is my great great grandfather, William Powell Ward of Coosa County, Alabama. He served in the Fifty-Third Regiment Alabama Partisan Rangers (later Infantry).

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WILLIAM POWELL WARD

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WILLIAM LUNSFORD GANTT

My next eldest Alabama Confederate ancestor is my great great grandfather, William Lunsford Gantt also of Coosa County, Alabama. He served in the Thirty-Fourth and Forty-Sixth Regiments Alabama Infantry.

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WILLIAM LUNSFORD GANTT

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HUGH ROLDON GRAY

My eldest Missisippi Confederate ancestor is my great great grandfather, Hugh Roldon Gray of Neshoba County, Mississippi. He served in the 21st Mississippi Infantry.

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HUGH ROLDON GRAY

  Southern Cross of Honor - reverse

First Flag of the Confederacy - Stars & Bars

Second Flag of the Confederacy - Stainless Banner

ThirdFlag of the Confederacy - Never Surrendered

Uniter Daughters of the Confederacy

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OLIVER HAZARD PERRY DAVIS

My next eldest Mississippi Confederate ancestor is my great great grandfather, Oliver Hazard Perry Davis of Leake County, Mississippi. He served in the 15th Mississippi Infantry.

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OLIVER HAZARD PERRY DAVIS

JAMES LEWIS MARTIN

My Kentucky Confederate ancestor is my great grandfather, James Lewis Martin of Powell County, Kentucky. He served in the 2nd Battalion, Kentucky Mounted Rifles.

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JAMES LEWIS MARTIN

Deo Vindice!

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PROPHETIC WORDS:

"Every man should endeavor to understand the meaning of subjugation before it is too late. It means the history of this heroic struggle will be written by the enemy; that our youth will be trained by Northern school teachers; will learn from Northern school books their version of the war; will be impressed by the influences of history and education to regard our gallant dead as traitors, and our maimed veterans as fit objects for derision. . ."

Maj. Gen. Cleburne Maj. Gen. Patrick R. Cleburne, CSA (Killed, Battle of Franklin, Tennessee, November 30, 1864)

Link to United Daughters of the Confederacy Home Page
  Link to Sons of Confederate Veterans Home Page

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Confederate Memorial at Stone Mountain

Link to KISS Websites


achievement of arms - No Guts, No Glory

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