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  1. gentlemanrob

    CS ARTY Carlton, Henry Hull - CSA Artillery

    Henry Hull Carlton Born: May 14, 1834 Birthplace: Athens, Georgia Father: James R. Carlton 1795 – 1888 (Buried: Oconee Hill Cemetery Athens, Georgia) Mother: Elizabeth A. Epsy 1802 – 1865 (Buried: Oconee Hill Cemetery Athens, Georgia) Wife: Helen C. Newton 1844 – 1934 (Buried: Oconee...
  2. lelliott19

    Burned his Thumb Off at No. 3 - Pvt. Judson Porter of the Troup Artillery

    A "thumb stall," such as the one pictured above, is worn by No. 3 of a gun crew to "stop the vent" on a hot cannon. As I understand it, blocking the vent prevents air from being sucked into the barrel through the vent hole and accidentally reigniting hot embers from the previous shot. Here's a...
  3. lelliott19

    "Jeems, oh, Jeems, did you hear that ar shell?" - Troup Artillery Carlton's Battery Georgians

    "Jeems, oh, Jeems, did you hear that ar shell? Begolly, it went jest like a kivy of Georgia patriges." Two guns of the Troup Artillery [Carlton's Battery] were in the middle of the Telegraph road near Fredericksburg, Va., firing cannister [sic] shot at the Yankees who were very near and...
  4. lelliott19

    Charlie - Little Dog of the Troup Artillery (Ga)

    Source of painting: http://www.jackmasters.net/troup/charlie.html On Memorial Day, May 26,1911, George Baber Atkisson*, a Private of the Troup Artillery (Capt. Henry H. Carlton's battery), memorialized Charlie, the little dog who "enlisted" into the unit on August 1, 1861, on the march, at...
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