Andrew J. White Papers

Andrew J. White (b. ca. 1836) was from Campbell County, Georgia and served as a private in the “Campbell Sharpshooters,” Co. C, 30th Georgia Infantry.  At the time of the Federal Census of 1860, White and his wife, Margaret (b. ca. 1840), resided on their Campbell County farm with their two small children, Zeppora (b. ca. 1856) and Lucius (b. ca. 1857).  His military records indicate White became a prisoner of war during the Vicksburg campaign and was paroled on July 13, 1863.  White deserted sometime before early September 1864 and took the oath of loyalty at Lousiville on September 28, 1864, with the condition that he stay north of the Ohio River for the duration of the war.  Campbell County ceased to exist in 1931 when it became part of Fulton County. 

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David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Duke University

Letters

Displaying 1 - 25 of 69
ID Letter Date Author Recipient From To
8012 White1 May 14, 1861 John Frost Andrew J. White Atlanta, Fulton County, GA Campbell County, GA
8013 White2 June 30, 1861 William E. Butner Thomas Butner, Marchina Butner Winchester, VA Cobb County, GA
8015 White4 January 4, 1862 Andrew J. White Joseph White Savannah, Chatham County, GA Campbell County, GA
8014 White3 January 4, 1862 Andrew J. White Margaret White Savannah, Chatham County, GA Campbell County, GA
8016 White5 January 6, 1862 Andrew J. White Margaret White Savannah, Chatham County, GA Campbell County, GA
8017 White6 January 13, 1862 Andrew J. White Margaret White Wilmington, New Hanover County, NC Campbell County, GA
8018 White7 January 17, 1862 Andrew J. White Margaret White Wilmington, New Hanover County, NC Campbell County, GA
8019 White8 January 28, 1862 Andrew J. White Joseph White Wilmington, New Hanover County, NC Campbell County, GA
8020 White9 June 13, 1862 Andrew J. White Margaret White Beaulieu, Chatham County, GA Campbell County, GA
8021 White10 June 15, 1862 Andrew J. White Margaret White Beaulieu, Chatham County, GA Campbell County, GA
8022 White11 June 21, 1862 Alford B. Tucker Andrew J. White Savannah, Chatham County, GA Chatham County, GA
11993 White12 August 20, 1862 Merrell M. Humphries Andrew J. White Rapidan, VA
8024 White13 August 30, 1862 Andrew J. White Margaret White Savannah, Chatham County, GA Campbell County, GA
8025 White14 September 1, 1862 Andrew J. White Margaret White Savannah, Chatham County, GA Campbell County, GA
8026 White15 September 2, 1862 Margaret White Andrew J. White Campbell County, GA Savannah, Chatham County, GA
8027 White16 September 2, 1862 Andrew J. White Joseph White Savannah, Chatham County, GA Campbell County, GA
8028 White17 September 3, 1862 Andrew J. White Joseph White Savannah, Chatham County, GA Campbell County, GA
8029 White18 September 6, 1862 Wade White Andrew J. White Campbell County, GA Savannah, Chatham County, GA
8030 White19 September 11, 1862 Andrew J. White Margaret White Savannah, Chatham County, GA Campbell County, GA
8031 White20 September 14, 1862 Andrew J. White Margaret White Savannah, Chatham County, GA Campbell County, GA
8032 White21 September 16, 1862 William W. Bomer Margaret White Cedar Grove, Walker County, GA Campbell County, GA
8033 White22 September 16, 1862 Andrew J. White Margaret White Savannah, Chatham County, GA Campbell County, GA
8034 White23 September 17, 1862 Andrew J. White Margaret White Savannah, Chatham County, GA Campbell County, GA
8035 White24 September 20, 1862 Andrew J. White Margaret White Savannah, Chatham County, GA Campbell County, GA
8036 White25 September 23, 1862 Andrew J. White Margaret White Savannah, Chatham County, GA Campbell County, GA

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