U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865 about Richard Radcliffe Name: Richard Radcliffe Side: Confederate Regiment State/Origin: Georgia Regiment Name: 27 Georgia Infantry Regiment Name Expanded: 27th Regiment, Georgia Infantry Company: K Rank In: Private Rank In Expanded: Private Rank Out: Private Rank Out Expanded: Private Film Number: M226 roll 50
This is my 2nd Great Grandfather who married Elizabeth C. BlackName: Ricahrd Ratcliffe Spouse: Elizabeth Black Marriage Date: 8 May 1845 Marriage County: Talbot Marriage State: Georgia
Name: Richd Radliff Age in 1860: 40 Birth Year: abt 1820 Birthplace: Georgia Home in 1860: Pleasant Hill, Talbot, Georgia Gender: Male Post Office: Center Value of real estate: View image Household Members: Name Age Richd Radliff 40 Elizabeth Radliff 35 Richard Radliff 15 Mary Radliff 13 Thomas Radliff 11 Sarah Radliff 9 James Radliff 8 Robert Radliff 6 John Radliff 4 Samuel Radliff 2 Martha Radliff 1
His son Richard Jr. died right after he did in the same Georgia MilitiaName: Richard Radcliff Jr Residence: Talbot County, Georgia Enlistment Date: 10 Sep 1861 Side Served: Confederacy State Served: Georgia Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 10 September 1861. Enlisted in Company K, 27th Infantry Regiment Georgia on 10 Sep 1861. Died Company K, 27th Infantry Regiment Georgia on 28 Oct 1863.
Richard Radcliffe Sr. (Card # 32179586 ) Private Richard Radcliffe Jr. Private lornan48added this on 31 May 2011 Richard Ratliff was a soldier in Co. K of the 27th Regiment of Georgia volunteers. He enlisted 15 October 1861 in Co.K formed in Talbot County, GA In the fall of 1863 we were in the same regiment, and on the march we were ordered to cross the Rappahannock River, and laid all night in a piece of woods. One of his mess mates went to wake Richard Ratliff up for breakfast and found him dead. This was reported to his Captain, and having to move, we carried him a few yards from where he died, rolled him up in his blanket, and buried him. This was in the state of Virginia somewhere and a great way from Petersburg." Further applications state that he died from a relapse of the measles. On the list of Co. K list both Richard Ratliff (Radcliff) Jr. (18 years old) and a Richard Radcliff Sr. (48 years old) died in service. Richard Sr. died 30 November 1862 and Richard Jr. 28 October 1863. QL Nash
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