Lieutenant Augustus C. Bell

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Honoring and remembering Lieutenant Augustus C. Bell - He enlisted as a Private 5/15/1862. Elected Jr. 2d Lieutenant of Co. I, 10/24/1862. Elected 1st Lieutenant 2/25/1864. Roster dated 3/13/1865, shows him as 1st Lieutenant with remark: "Present incumbent." No later record. Born 12/19/1834, died 4/2/1913. Buried at Ebenezer Methodist Church Cemetery, Cumming, Forsyth Co., Ga.

Atlanta Constitution, 4 April 1913
Judge A. C. Bell Dies At His Home In Jasper.

Jasper, Ga., April 3-
Judge A. C. Bell, Sr., of Jasper, Ga., died at his home here yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock after a long illness. Judge Bell moved to Jasper a few years ago, coming from Forsyth county. He was a prominent man in both counties. He was justice of the peace since the civil war. He was also sheriff and county treasurer in Forsyth county for many years. Judge Bell was a gallant Confederate soldier, serving most of the war as captain.

Judge Bell was a member of the Methodist church, a Mason, and died respected by a large circle of friends. He was buried at Eberwager [Ebenezer?] church in Forsyth county at noon today by his church and the Masons, Rev. Charlie Bass, of Atlanta, conducting both services.

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