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"An old soldier by Civil War standards, 40 year old Captain Barnard Curley served in Virginia with the the 4th Georgia Infantry in 1861, but resigned a year later. He later served as an officer in the 5th Infantry Regiment, State Guards."
Captain fourth Georgia Infantry Co. A. Captain April 26, 1861, retired at expiration of term of service, April 28, 1862.
Wife: Mary Ann Rebecca Reeder Curley (1835 - 1911)*
Burial:Talbotton City Cemetery, Talbotton, Talbot County, Georgia.
Albert Crawford Hornady.
Co K 4th Georgia Infantry CSA.
Albert was the son of Isaiah and Lavina Penelope Robinson Hornady. The 1850 census lists him as a dentist. On Sept. 26, 1855, he married Sarah "Sallie" E. Green, the daughter of Frederick J. Green, in Marion Co. He served in Co. K, 4th Georgia Inf., The Sumter Light Guards. Records indicate that he enlisted as a Sergeant, April 27, 1861. He resigned due to disability on February 9, 1863. His rank at that time was 1st Lieutenant. He was in some of the bloodiest battles in Virginia as well as Gettysburg.
Albert and Sarah had the following children:
1. Edgar Butt Hornady b. Feb. 5, 1859
2. Mary A. Hornady b. ca 1862
3. William P. Hornady b. 1864
4. Martha Leila Hornady DeWolf b. ca 1867
Wife: Sarah E. Greene Hornady (1837 - 1918)*
Burial: Oak Grove Cemetery, Americus, Sumter County, Georgia.