Re: Civil War Brambletts/Bramletts
I'm working on a Bramlett Civil War Roster. This is what I have for John Robert:
JOHN ROBERT BRAMBLETT/BRAMLETT, Private, Corporal, Private, Company B, Smith's Legion, "Georgia Partisan Rangers," Georgia Volunteer Infantry Battalion, C.S.A.: enlisted May 12/15, 1862; resident of Gilmer Co., Ga.; appointed 2nd & 3rd corporal; unit became Company H, Gilmer County, 65th Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army of Tennessee, March 1863; John detailed to arrest deserters in home county, Gilmer, April 10, 1863; reduced to private March 25, 1864, by sentence of regular court martial for being AWOL March 12-25, 1864; Killed in Action in battle near Calhoun, Ga., 1864. HARRIET NICHOLSON Widow's Pension, filed Gilmer Co., Ga. (Son of Matilda and Henry Bramlett and husband of Harriet M. Payne Bramlett Nicholson, John born circa 1831 Georgia, died May 15, 1864, buried Calhoun or Gilmer, Ga.?) Harriet married again after John died in the war. John R. Bramlet, 29, 1860 Gilmer Co., Ga., census. NARA Index: Bramblet John R 65th GA LA Cav (Inf) N (H/B?) Cpl Pvt Bramblett J R 000226 0007 00000784; Bramblett J R 65th GA Inf H Pvt Pvt 000226 0007 00000801.
Have you ordered his papers from NARA?