Georgia Confederate Prisoner at Elmira [Hellmira]
by John Fox | Apr 27, 2015 | Blog, UncategorizedBlogpost 36 In my previous blog I detailed the wounding and capture of a Georgia Confederate soldier from Troup County on the western Georgia line near LaGrange. Private John Rigby from the 35th Georgia Infantry Regiment was struck down at the Battle of the...
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