The Life And Service Of The Honorable Major Gen. Samuel Elbert Of Georgia by Charles C. Jones Jr.

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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Life and Service of the Honorable Major Gen. Samuel Elbert of Georgia. Samuel Elbert ( – November 1, ) was an American merchant, soldier, and politician from Savannah, Georgia.

Elbert fought in the Revolutionary War, commanding the victorious American colonial forces in a naval battle near St. Simons Island, Georgia on Ap He was wounded and captured at the Battle of Brier Creek the following year, though he regained Battles/wars: Battle of Brier Creek, Frederica.

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He later commanded a brigade under General George Washington at Yorktown, Virginia, and he was brevetted a brigadier general in November Order Book of Samuel Elbert, Colonel and Brigadier General in the Continental Army Letter book of Governor Samuel Elbert, from January,to November, The Life and Services of the Honorable Maj.

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He entered the Revolutionary War as a private and left it with the rank of Captain of Dragoons after a hard service of five years." Source: The Southern Recorder, Milledgeville, Georgia, Ma >. The war-time journal of a Georgia girl,by Eliza Frances Andrews, b. (Wallace in / File/The Birmingham News) Barbour County.

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Shindel and John K. Clement, the father of Charles M. Clement, with whom. was adopted into Continental service inand a small naval force was created from the crews of a fleet of state-owned ships: the Lee, the Washington, the Congressand the Bulloch. As part of the Southern Military Department under the com-mand of Brigadier General John Armstrong, the Georgia Continentals served in engagements in the Floridas.Some resistance was offered by small forces under Colonels John Twiggs, Benjamin and William Few, and General Elbert; but when the British reached Augusta, the American commander, Brigadier-General Williamson, surrendered without waiting for an attack.

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- By. O.J Hickox, Jr. (March ) Notes: This sketch and the associated work on Clinch’s Artillery Company are both largely excerpted or condensed from the compiler’s work in progress on the Civil War history of Southeastern Georgia.

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