Survey by Freddie Thompson 2004. Verified by David Green October 12, 2005. Volunteers with PCCPC.
[Information in brackets  has been added to help researchers]
Name Comments Birth Date Death Date DUKE, Elizabeth "w/o Welcome DUKE" 27 Mar 1831 17 Jun. 1912 DUKE, Louisa C. "w/o Welcome DUKE" 6 Jan. 1828 9 Sep. 1890 DUKE, Louisa M. 9 Aug. 1850 29 Oct. 1926 DUKE, Tinzie "d/o Welcome &L C DUKE" 10 Feb 1865 29 Aug 1894 DUKE, Welcome "Pvt Co H 1 Regt GA Cav CSA" 8 Jan. 1826 26 Dec. 1911 DUKE, Welcome, Jr. 28 Sep. 1868 29 Oct. 1926 ISBELL, Ida "w/o W. A. ISBELL" 9 Jun 1868 15 Jan. 1900 ISBELL, Lena 19 Jan. 1893 7 Aug. 1893 NIX, Francis M. "h/o Nancy E. NIX"
"GA Pvt Co G 40 Regt GA Inf CSA"
6 Jun. 1821 21 Jan. 1907
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