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Marcellus Franklin Broyles

Marcellus Franklin Broyles - Enlisted 3/4/1862, Captured at Fox's Gap, Md 9/14/1862, Exchanged 10/2/1862, Captured at Gettysburg 7/2/1863, Sent to Chester, Pa hospital from Fort Delaware 7/19/1863 indicating that he may have been wounded, Sent to Point Lookout 10/4/1863, We know he was exchanged in early 1864 because he shows up on a Confederate clothing receipt record with the notation "par(oled) ex(changed) pris(oner), Killed in Action 5/6/1864 at the Wilderness, Brother of Walter Long Broyles, Born 7/16/1837 in Anderson District, SC to Major Cain and Lucinda Nash Broyles

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Sumach Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Crandall, Murray Co., Georgia, United States

Notes: Directions: At the intersection of Highway 286 and Highway 225, take Highway 225 north for 4.5 miles. Sumach Cumberland Presbyterian Church is located on the left side of the highway on a hill. Cemetery is located on the south side of the church. (Murray County Cemetery Book)

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