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‘Macon Confederates,’ Company F, Macon county.

Captain Robert F. Ligon. Elected to the Senate of Alabama and resigned April, 1862. Afterward elected Lieutenant-Governor of Alabama, and member of the United States Congress. Died in Montgomery, Ala., November, 1902, universally loved and lamented.

Captain Robert H. Keeling. Killed at Seven Pines. See sketch of him elsewhere.

Captain John W. McNeely. Wounded at Chancellorsville. Retired and placed on conscript duty in 1864. President of Soule University, Texas. Died about 1889.

Captain Robert E. Park. Wounded slightly at the Wilderness 5th of May, severely wounded at Gettysburg and Winchester, and left in the hands of the enemy. Three times elected treasurer of Georgia. Living at present in Atlanta, Ga.

First Lieutenants: R. H. Keeling, J. W. McNeely, R. E. Park.

Second Lieutenants: W. D. Zuber, not re-elected; George Jones, not re-elected; J. B. Fletcher, killed at Sharpsburg; J. W. Wright, resigned in 1863 and left the country; G. W. Wright, wounded at Gettysburg and retired; died as result of wounds about 1868.

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