10th GA: Company F, Thomson Guards, Tenth Regiment Georgia Volunteers

   

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in Georgia Regimental Histories

Unit: 10th Georgia

Unit Affiliation: (Bryan), Kershaw, I

Title: Company F, Thomson Guards, Tenth Regiment Georgia Volunteers, Army of Northern Virginia, Confederate States of America:  The Officers, the Battles, and a Genealogy of Its Soldiers

Author: Holley, T.E.

Publisher: Wolfe

Publication Date: 2000

ISBN-13: 9781883793333

Links to Read/Buy:

  1. Company F, Thomson Guards, Tenth Regiment Georgia Volunteers (Google Books)
  2. Company F, Thomson Guards, Tenth Regiment Georgia Volunteers (Amazon.com)

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Brian Hoffmann May 30, 2011 at 10:39 pm

I have a sword that Jw Moore or Victor Guy Moore conficated from a federal soldier during the civil war. I am trying to find out more….. He was from McDuffie County GA and may have been a member of the Thompsons Guards. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you

Thad T. Broome June 8, 2011 at 1:13 pm

I believe that I’m a descendant of Private Robert F. Eshom. Robert F. Eshom was a member of Company F of the 10th Regiment of the Georgia Volunteers known as the Thomson Gurads. Mr. Great Grand Mother was Mittie Bell Eshom who married William Orr Graves of Lincoln County, GA. My Grand Mother was Flora Alma Graves.

My data indicates that Robert F. Eshom had three children when he joined Company F. at Thomson, GA. These were Matilda Eshom, Mittie Eshom and Junius Eshom. All the children lived out their lives in Lincoln and Wilkes Counties and are buried at Greenwood Baptist Church in Lincoln Co., GA.

I do not know any details about the service of Robert F. Eshom, but records indicates that he served until 1864. Can you help me learn more about Robert F. Eshom

Thad T. Broome
ttbvbb@nu-z.net

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