Known CSA Veterans at Cedar Hill Cemetery
Vicksburg, Mississippi

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G. G. Pegram
[George G. Pegram]

For his compiled service record, see

G. G. Pegram enlisted 21 Apr 1862 in Vicksburg in Capt. Swett's Co. (Warren Light Artillery)  Mississippi Light Artillery.

For enlisting, he received a fifty-dollar bounty.

He was present for musters until sometime in Nov-Dec 1863 when he was furloughed for illness.

Not stated when he returned to his company.



G. G. Pegram in later life.


He enlisted for three years.

He was captured 1 Sep 1864 and exchanged.


At war's end he was paroled at Greensboro, NC, 1865.

Here, the name has been typed wrong.

In later life, he was a business man and dealt in real estate.

"...Mr. Pegram has done more to boom this city than any other man living."

[Apparently, the war was already being forgotten?]


For the portrait of G. G. Pegram and his advertisement, thanks to In and About Vicksburg, The Gibraltar Publishing Co., Vicksburg, Miss., 1890.



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