I have looked into their CSR's and am amazed at the number of cards in their files. They far exceed any
records I've seen before.
Believe, beyond what I've pulled out is a wealth of information related to Hospital Records and Claims made by
family members for their effects and back pay.
These may very well yield information on their next of kin back home.
Beverly A. T. Hunt, Co. F, Enlisted 08/29/62 , died of disease, Variola [smallpox] 12/01/62 at Gen. Hospital, Danville, Va.,
Benjamin T. Hunt, Co. F, enlisted 05/14/62, died of wounds 07/30/62, wounded at Cold Harbor
Dozier C Hunt, Co. F, enlisted 10/15/61, captured November 28, 1863, Mine Run, Wilderness, POW at Point Lookout, Md, exchanged September 30, 1864, admitted Winder Hospital, Richmond, October 1, 1864, died of disease, Chronic Diarrhoea, Jackson Hospital November 15, 1864, Richmond, Va
J M B Hunt, Co. F, enlisted 07/04/63, admitted Jackson Hospital, Richmond, Va, November 29, 1863, Intermittent Fever, returned to duty December 24, 1863, surrendered 04/09/65 at Appomattox Court House, Va., age 20, height 6 ft., fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair, born Elbert Co., Ga, Farmer
Reuben S Hunt, Co. F, enlisted 10/15/61, elected 2nd Lieutenant March 29, 1863 , furloughed for 40 days from General Hospital No. 4, Richmond, disease, Delibity from Typhoid Pneumonnia, residence, Elberton, Ga.
Singleton J W Hunt, Co. F, enlisted 03/10/62, captured at Spottsylvannia, Va. May 20, 1864, POW at Point Lookout, Md and Elmira N.Y
Thomas J M Hunt, Co. F, enlisted 05/10/62, died 05/20/62 at Augusta, GA