PRESENTATION McELROY SWORD CARRIED BY CAPT. J. N. SMYTHE
COMPANY C 66TH GEORGIA INFANTRY
John Neil Smythe was commissioned into company "C" 66th Georgia infantry on August 8th, 1863. It is not clear at this time if he served in any other forces prior to this time. He fought gallantly in the battles around Atlanta until he was wounded on July 20, 1864. During that battle his regiment suffered 13 killed, 27 wounded and 3 captured.
A FEW BOYS IN GRAY
A certified Yankee killer from Georgia
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Young trooper from South Carolina
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Josiah W. Carter Co. B Phillips' Legion Georgia Cavalry. He was killed in action a few days before the end of the war. He has what appears to be a Griswold revolver and flag draped on his kepi. 1/6 plate ambrotype photographer unknown
Go ahead and make my day
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Infantryman dressed for work.
Handwritten in back of case taken July 1862 Knoxville Tennessee
William S. Pesnell Co. F. Eastern Calhoun Boys 22nd Alabama Infantry.
Died at Cornith Mississippi.
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2nd South Carolina Cavalry
1/4 plate Ambrotype by Charles Rees Richmond Virginia