(1844 - 1939)
Home State: Georgia
Branch of Service: Infantry
Unit: 13th Georgia Infantry
In 1860 he was age 16 year old and lived on his parent's farm near Zebulon in Pike County, GA; his father Patrick Neal Maddux (1801-1870) was also a Methodist minister. The younger Patrick enlisted as a Private in Company A, 13th Georgia Infantry, date not given, but probably in May 1862 based on his pay record.
On the Campaign
He was slightly wounded in the side in action at Sharpsburg on 17 September 1862.
The rest of the War
He was on furlough to 15 March 1863, for which he was paid for rations at camp in Virginia on 15 April 1863, with no later record with the 13th Georgia.
After the War
He was living in Atlanta after 1900 and by 1930 he was retired and living at #422 Candler Street in Atlanta [Zillow listing]. He died in 1939 at age 95 in the Confederate Soldiers' Home in Atlanta; he'd been a resident there for two years.
References & notes
His service from his Compiled Service Records,1 online from fold3. Sharpsburg wound detail from a casualty list in the Savannah Weekly Republican of 4 October 1862. Personal details from family genealogists, notably John H. Bryan, Jr (1936-2018) in Where Neville Came From (2017) [Maddux notes, pdf], and the US Census of 1860 and 1930. His gravesite is on Findagrave.
He was married in 1867, wife's name unknown, and had a son, Edward, born in Texas in 1879. He married again, Catherine Jane "Kittie" Reeves (1861-after 1939) in June 1890 and they had 2 sons.
His brothers Clement Fletcher Maddux (1836-1862, Fredericksburg) and Emory Anthony Maddux (1841-1884) were also members of Company A.
02/26/1844; Warren County, GA
09/08/1939; Atlanta, GA; burial in Milner Baptist Church Cemetery, Milner, GA