Re: Just listen . . .
Linda, we may be distantly related. My youngest GF, William, Clarence Price, was born in 1888 in Kennesaw, Cobb County, Georgia. I haven't done the research to tie him to any of the Prices in the 18th Ga. Infantry, in which my Boring ancestors fought. Three were from Cobb and Bartow Counties (then Cass County). E.M. and E.P in Co. K, and T.D. in Co. A, the Acworth Rifles, in which my GGF, Lemuel H. Boring, who died at Seven Pines (Luckily, my other GF, Isaac Thomas, was born in 1859.), and my Great Uncles Alexander N. and Francis A. Boring, served. Uncle Frank was wounded at Spotsylvania in May 1864, and was captured in July at Roswell, Georgia, while at home recuperating. He survived Camp Douglas, though he claimed in his pension application that the experience gave him rheumatism . Uncle Alex, by then 4th Sgt., was captured at Cedar Creek October 19, 1864, and spent the rest of the war at Point Lookout.
Until after Antietam, the 18th Georgia was part of the Texas Brigade. The 18th's Colonel, W.T. Wofford, commanded the Texas Brigade at Antietam, Hood having been promoted. They fought in the Cornfield, suffering 57% casualties, just behind the Texans' loss.
Were any of your Prices originally from Georgia? I'll have to get busy learning which, if any of those in the 18th were related. Stan