Pvt. B.F. Ogletree – [Plot D-71; Unreadable] ADOPTED

 

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Hope Hull Ogletree's sons, their children and grandchildren came to live in Newton Co. Benjamin Franklin Ogletree, the second child and oldest son of Hope Hull Ogletree and Frances C. Starr was born in Fayette Co. GA. He m. Nancy Frances Swearingen, the daughter of Samuel (Candy) Lee (stepfather) and Catherine Swearingen, and had three children born in Spaldng Co. Benjamn enlisted in the CSA Army Aug 16, 1862 from Spalding Co. and was assigned to Co. I, 13th GA Inf. He was wounded and captured July 9, 1864 at Monocacy, MD. He d. in the hospital at Baltimore, MD Aug. 23, 1864. His wife and children moved to Newton Co. on Salem Road about three miles east of Salem Campground, LL 102, in 1856.

 

From "John Ogletree, Sr. 1740-1822 - Two Hundred Twenty Years of Descendants" by Kyser Cowart Ptomey, p. 439:

 

Muster Roll of Company I, 13th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Evans' Brigade, Gordon's Division Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A., Spalding County, Georgia ('Stark Volunteers')." "Ogletree, B. F. - Private Aug. 16, 1862. Wounded and captured at Monocacy, Md., July 9, 1864. Died, result amputation right arm, at Baltimore, Md. hospital Aug. 23, 1864." Henderson, Roster of the Confederate Soldiers of Georgia, 1861-1865., Supra., Vol. II, pp. 319, 326.

 

Copied from Colemans Family Tree Project

 

19) Courtesy Ruby Lane

 

Buried 8/15/1864, aged 37.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

B. F. OGLETREE, D-71, Co. I, 13th GA Inf  Buried 15 August 1864 at age 37 years

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

B.F. Ogletree

Confederate GA

13th GA Inf., Co. I

Rank in/out: Private

M226 roll 46

 

American Civil War Soldiers

B. Ogletree

Residence: Spalding Co., GA

Enlisted: 16 August 1862

Confederate GA

Enlisted as a Private 16 August 1862 at age 34 years

Co. I, 13th Inf. Reg. GA

Died of wounds 23 August 1864 at Baltimore, MD

 

Civil War Burials at Baltimore’s Loudon Park Cemetery

Ogletree, B.F.  Co.I, 13th GA C.S.A.  37 y/o, 24 August 1864, V-36

 

Civil War Prisoner of War Records

Ogletree, B.F. Pvt Co I 13 GA GS right fore arm died 23 Aug, 23, 1864, West’s Bldg. G.H.. Baltimore, Md

 

Ogletree, B.F. Pvt, 13 Ga Co.I captured Frederick, MD July 10, 1864 died Aug. 23, 1864 West’s Bldg, GS wound, burial Loudon Park Cemetery

 

1860 US Federal Census GA, Spalding Union

B.F. Ogletree

32

Farmer

GA

Nancy F. Ogletree

24

 

GA

Edward H. Ogletree

7

 

GA

Frances E. Ogletree

5

 

GA

Mary F. Ogletree

3

 

GA

Catherine Swearingen

47

 

SC

Martha J. Hightower

16

 

GA

Albert Hightower

8

 

GA

 

B.F. Ogletree is also on the 1860 US Federal census slave schedule as owner of 7 slaves.

 

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Sgt. Philip E. Oldner – [Plot F-43; Unreadable] ADOPTED

 

WIA, Fredericksburg; KIA, Gettysburg

 

43)  http://home.earthlink.net/~bklohr/BatteryRoster.htm

 

Reburied from Virginia, 1874.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 

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Pvt. Franklin Oliver – [Plot B-25; Fairly Readable] ADOPTED

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Buried 10/27/1864.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 

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H. J. Orliff – [Plot C-21; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

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Buried 10/15/1864.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

Orliff, W.J., Pvt., Co. D 11th GA.  Died 15 Oct., 1864, Baltimore, MD, diarrhea chronic.

Civil War POW Records 1861-1865, Register of Confederates who died in Federal Prisons and Military Hospitals in the North.

 

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S. W. Osborne – [Plot C-72; Barely Readable] ADOPTEDOsborne_S_W_sm

 

Buried 7/25/1863.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 

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Pvt. Benjamin Welch Owens – [Plot B-08; Readable] (CONFEDERATE MEDAL of HONOR Recipient) ADOPTED

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Born in Anne Arundel County, MD….Proceeding to Washington, DC, after being paroled in Richmond. Was arrested and informed that an order had been issued by the Secretary of War that those that had entered the Confederate service from the Loyal States. Not withstanding their parole, should not be permitted to return to their homes without subscribing to the Oath of Allegiance. Declining this was imprisoned in Alexandria, VA, until after the surrender of all Confederate forces.

 

1) Toomey, Page 73

 

Died 8/19/1917, aged 72.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 

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James Owens – [Plot E-53; Unreadable] ADOPTEDOwens_James_sm

 

Reburied from Virginia, 1874.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

J. F. Owens  (Confederate)

Enlistment:
- Enlisted as Private

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into 2nd Light Artillery (Maryland)

Sources for the above information:
- Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records

 

69) http://alexanderstreet.com/resources/civilwar.access.htm

 

JAMES OWENS, lot E-53, 2nd Md. Art (Baltimore Light)  Reburied from VA in 1874

 

US CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS 1861-1865

J. F. Owens

Confederate MD

2nd Battery Md. Art.

Rank in/out” Pvt

M379 roll 2

 

AMERICAN CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS

J. Owens

Confederate MD

2nd Light Art., Reg. Md

 

Dan Hartler’s “Marylanders in the Confederacy” has his name listed as J.F. Owens

 

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J. S. Owens – [Plot F-62; Unreadable] ADOPTED

 

Reburied from Virginia, 1874.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 

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