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Subject: Re: Re: [GA-Roots] CSA Soldiers Bullard; Hearn; Lane; Martin;& Phillips
Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2002 19:22:58 -0400


>
> From: "Gerald Gieger" <>
> Date: 2002/10/10 Thu PM 03:01:19 EDT
> To:
> Subject: Re: [GA-Roots] CSA Soldiers Bullard; Hearn; Lane; Martin;& Phillips
>
> I posted to the Catoosa County website as well as Coweta County and the four
> TN Counties which are just across the State line...
>
> I really would like the name of the Railroad that goes thru Ringgold...
>
>
> >From:
> >Reply-To:
> >To:
> >Subject: Re: [GA-Roots] CSA Soldiers Bullard; Hearn; Lane; Martin;&
> >Phillips
> >Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2002 17:35:59 +0000
> >
> > there is a catossa county line.I can't remeber the line but you can go
> >back to
> >where you signed on to the ga line and get it.
> >Elsie
> >
> >--
> >BLAIR,HICKS,HIX,TIPTON,HEADRICK,HED
> >RICK,FLINN,FLYNN,HATCHER,WALKER,MAN
> >ES,MANIS,MANNIS,SHIPMAN,GOSSETT,RAI
> >NES
> > > I was unable to find out the name of the Railroad...is that it??? The
> >Train
> > > Station in Ringgold is now a Museum, which was closed on the day that I
> >was
> > > there...
> > >
> > >
> > > >From:
> > > >Reply-To:
> > > >To:
> > > >Subject: Re: [GA-Roots] CSA Soldiers Bullard; Hearn; Lane; Martin;&
> > > >Phillips
> > > >Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2002 17:23:02 +0000
> > > >
> > > >I would ask the catoosa line about this.
> > > >Elsie
> > > >
> > > >--
> > > >BLAIR,HICKS,HIX,TIPTON,HEADRICK,HED
> > > >RICK,FLINN,FLYNN,HATCHER,WALKER,MAN
> > > >ES,MANIS,MANNIS,SHIPMAN,GOSSETT,RAI
> > > >NES
> > > > > The following men from the GA 12 Lt. Artillary died under
> >unexplained
> > > > > circumstances in a train wreck on 6 July 1862, at a place called
> >Johnson
> > > > > Station near Ringgold, GA. Johnson Station might have been a siding
> >for
> > > >wood
> > > > > or coal, or water...it is not shown on any maps...
> > > > >
> > > > > Stephen Bullard;
> > > > > Ebenezer Hearn;
> > > > > W. R. Lane;
> > > > > M. V. Martin;
> > > > > Zachariah Phillips;
> > > > >
> > > > > If anyone knows anything of these men and where they might be
> >buried, I
> > > > > would appreciate your answer...
> > > > >
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Isn't this the same railroad on which the Great Locomotive Chase took place when Andrews Raiders stole the Conferderate locomotive "The General"? Some historian (not me!) should be able to answer this.


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