Saturday, April 26, 2014

Frederick A. Habersham, Georgia Hussars.

Georgia Hussars.

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Roll of the Georgia Hussars mustered in Confederate service at Savannah, May ,31, 1861 (camping that afternoon at "Fair Lawn" at the foot of Gaston street, between Price and East Broad) and proceeding next day to "Red Bluff," Warsaw river, Skidaway Island, where the camp was established. Company mustered out of service June 30, 1861.

Frederick A. Habersham.

At Fort Pulaski, January. 1861, as First Sergeant of the Hussars, and during the thirty day- duty on Skidaway  Island, June, 1861. Appointed Second Lieutenant Pulaski Guards (vice Fraser, promoted First Lieutenant). Promoted First Lieutenant. Killed at Marye s Heights, near Fredericksburg, Va., May 4, 1863. With the firm of Robert Habersham & Co.

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