CO G, 14TH TENN INF
DATE OF DEATH: 01/01/1863
BURIED AT: SECTION CONFE SITE 131
– Born 1843 near Indian Mound, Stewart County, Tennessee, son of William and Jane (Andrews) Hogan
– Grandson of Edmond Hogan of Anson County, North Carolina, a veteran of the Revolutionary War.
– Enlisted 22 May 1861 as a Private in Company G, 14th Tennessee Infantry, CSA
– Wounded and taken prisoner at the battle of Fredericksburg, 13 December 1862
– Died 1 January 1863 at Lincoln General Hospital, Washington D.C., from a hemorrhage after amputation of his right leg just below the knee
– Age 19 at death
– He had 4 brothers who also fought for the Confederacy. Only one of the five brothers, John R. Hogan, survived the war.
Submitted by James Long
Descendant of John R. Hogan
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