(1839 - 1908)
Home State: Georgia
Branch of Service: Infantry
Unit: 6th Georgia Infantry
Age 22, from Oglethorpe County, he enlisted as Private, Company K, 6th Georgia Infantry on 13 March 1862 in Atlanta.
On the Campaign
He was captured at Boonsboro, MD on 15 September 1862.
The rest of the War
He was held at Fort Delaware until sent to Aiken's Landing, VA on 2 October 1862 where he was exchanged on 10 November 1862. He was ill in various hospitals in Virginia for the remainder of 1862. He was paroled on 1 May 1865 at the CSA General Hospital in Thomasville, NC, where he was assigned for duty or as a patient.
After the War
He was a farmer in Oglethorpe County and applied for a pension as an indigent veteran there in 1900.
References & notes
Basic information from Henderson1. His gravesite is on Findagrave. Thanks to Barry Truluck for the pointer to Brown and details above from his research in the US Census (1850-1900), Brown's Consolidated Service Records (via Fold3), and Georgia Confederate Pension Applications (1879-1960) and Marriage Records (1828-1978).
He married Mrs Parmelia H. (Fleeman) Busbin (1843-1927) in December 1866 and they had 10 children together between 1867 and 1885. Genealogists have her name as Penelope Harriet Fleeman and Harriet Penelope Freeman; her gravestone is inscribed with Penelopha H. Brown. Her widow's pension application of 1910 has her as Parmelia H. Brown and states she was married as Parmelia H. Busbin.
07/23/1839 in GA
11/27/1908 Madison Co, GA; burial in Old Hull Cemetery, Madison County, GA