Here is a little info. for you. It looks like you have more family in the 46th. You can order the records for these men here at this website they do a fine job.
Rosters of the Confederate Soldiers of Georgia
MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY H, 46th REGIMENT
GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY
ARMY OF TENNESSEE
C. S. A.
MARION COUNTY, GEORGIA
Ford, G. W. J.- private March 4, 1862. On sick furlough for 60 days from July 9, 1864. Paroled at Albany, Ga. May 18, 1865.
Ford, James L.- private May 1, 1862. Died in Atlanta, Ga. hospital May 4, 1864.
Ford, L. W. (or W. L.) - private March 4, 1862. Surrendered at Greensboro, N. C. April 26, 1865.
Ford, Thomas - private March 4, 1862. Crippled in leg from exposure. On sick furlough for 60 days from August 25, 1864. Surrendered at Greensboro, N. C. April 26, 1865. (Born in Barnard, N. C. in 1828.)
CONFEDERATE GEORGIA TROOPS
46th Regiment, Georgia Infantry
46th Infantry Regiment was formed during the spring of 1862 with men from Upson, Schley, Harris, Muscogee, Chattahoochee, Webster, Marion, and Talbot counties. The unit served in Georgia, then South Carolina where it was involved in the conflicts at Secessionville, and Gaston and Frampton's Plantation. In May, 1863, assigned to General Gist's Brigade, it moved to Mississippi. After taking part in the siege of Jackson the regiment joined the Army of Tennessee and fought on many battlefields from Chickamauga to Atlanta, then saw action in Tennessee and North Carolina. In December, 1863, this unit totalled 628 men and 513 arms, but was greatly reduced when it surrendered on April 26, 1865. Its commanders were Colonels Peyton H. Colquitt and Samuel J.C. Dunlop, Lieutenant Colonel William A. Daniel, and Major A.M. Speer.
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Gary D. Bray