Alexander Peacock, III
Alexander Peacock, III, was Richard White's
3-great uncle. His father was Alexander Peacock, Jr., and his
mother was Elizabeth Sellers, who was a sister of Richard White's
2-great grandfather Jacob Benjamin Sellers.
Alexander Peacock, III, was enrolled in the Thomas County
Volunteers, Company H of the 29th Georgia Infantry Regiment, as a
private, on 6 May 1862. He was wounded at Atlanta, Georgia, on 22
July 1864 and was captured at Nashville, Tennessee, on 16 December
1864. He was paroled from Camp Chase, Illinois, on 2 May 1865 and
released at Vicksburg, Mississippi, on 12 May 1865.
Acknowledgment: Martha Rainey identified Alexander
Peacock, Jr., and Elizabeth Sellers' family.
This page was created by Richard
White on 7 June 2005.
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made by Richard White on 8 June 2005.