Information submitted by Frank Arthur Davis
From the Muster Roll Company G, 35th Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army of Northern Virginia, C.S.A. Walton County, Georgia, Walton Sharpshooters
Warren Hill Brand born 29 March 1841 Walton County Georgia. Son of Isaiah C. Brand and Charity Rawlins, both from Walton county Georgia.
Warren was enlisted as a Private on October 30, 1862. He was captured at Culpeper, Virginia on November 14, 1863. He died of Variola in Kalorama U.S.A. General Hospital at Washington, D.C. January 23, 1864, while a prisoner of war.
He was buried in Section 16 of Arlington National Cemetery, grave 189, near the Confederate Memorial.
Warren Hill Brand
Author: Ken Huber
Date: 31 July 2000
To descendants and relatives of Warren Hill Brand: I recently located and photographed his headstone at Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia. I also have his enlistment papers in Company G. 35th Georgia Regiment, record of capture, record of confinement to the “Old City Prison” in Washington D.C., his record of death and internment at Arlington. I will be happy to share with all who's interested (no charge of course).
Warren H. Brand, born 29 March 1841, son of Isaiah C. Brand and Charity Rawlins died of small pox while a POW in our very own U.S. Capitol! Buried at Arlington January 25, 1864, age 23 years.
BRAND, WARREN H
- CO G) 35TH GA. INF
- VETERAN SERVICE DATES: Unknown
- DATE OF INTERMENT: Unknown
- BURIED AT: SECTION 16 SITE 189
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
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