Here is what I have learned about Chaplain William Edward Jones!
He lived from 1831 to 1900 and at some point lived around Macon, GA as a Methodist pastor and served with the 22nd Georgia Regiment at some point and a member of Phillips Ga. Legion Cavalry, CSA.However he wrote and somebody published his military journal entitled:“The military history of the One Hundred and Sixty-first New York Volunteers, Infantry, from August 15, 1862 to October 17, 1865” and is 64 pages long according to Google Books, but I have not been able to pull up an electronic copy.Wish I could, as I am interested in knowing more about if he was one of those that served on both sides of the Civil War or not?And I have a greater interest in his life and ministry during the 1840s??
Do you or anyone out there know of any more information of where Rev. Jones preached, was appointed to or held revivals at?Any and all information is welcome.