The Gardner Brothers

Honoring and remembering the four Gardner brothers of Company A, The McCullough Rifles, from DeKalb County, Georgia. All four brothers perished in the war.

Gardner, Andy J. - Private 7/31/1863. Wounded and captured at Winchester, Va. 9/19/1864. Died of wounds in U.S.A. Depot Field Hospital there 10/23/1864. Confederate Service Record states he was treated for gunshot wound to thigh. Widow, Martha Gardner, filed a CSA widow’s pension claim in DeKalb Co., Ga in 1891. Burial site unknown.

Gardner, Charles - Private 5/15/1862. Wounded at Cold Harbor, Va. 6/1/1864. Died of wounds at Richmond, Va. 6/2/1864. Burial site unknown.

Gardner, James R. (or James K.) - Private 3/1/1862. Killed at Cold Harbor, Va. 6/1/1864. Burial site unknown.

Gardner, William - Private 3/1/1862. Died in Savannah, Ga. hospital 4/30/1862. Cause of death not stated in Confederate Service Record. Burial site unknown.

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