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Re: “No refugees need apply

https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress…

a. $1,850 per refugee (including children) from the State Department.

b. Up to $2,200 for each refugee by participating in a U.S. DHHS program known as Matching Grant. To get the $2,200, the Volag need only show it spent $200 and gave away $800 worth of donated clothes, furniture or cars.

c. The Volag pockets 25% of every transportation loan it collects from refugees it “sponsors”.

d. All Volag expenses and overhead in the Washington, DC HQ are paid by the U.S. government.

e. For their refugee programs, Volags collect money from all federal grant programs – “Marriage Initiative”, “Faith-based”, “Ownership Society”, etc., as well as from various state and local grants.

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Posted by barrycdog on 01/01/2016 at 8:07 PM

Re: “Are community land trusts the answer to preventing displacement in English Avenue and Vine City?

Just out of curiosity, how much are the homes going for? I mean if it was say a HUD home one hurdle is you have to pay around $4000 in closing costs. Could there be a rent to own plan with the stipulation you are going to fix up the home? Does the city own the property or are they listed through the Georgia MLS? I like the small house plan where maybe you can tear down a home that's not repairable i.e. termites or meth lab and replace with a smaller footage home.

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Posted by barrycdog on 10/05/2015 at 1:49 AM

Re: “First Slice 9/25/15: Redesigned Confederate flag license plates coming soon

A logo of the Sons of Confederate Veterans since 1896. The real mystery is why is it an issue in 2015 and the tags have been around since 2000? Instead of complaining why not request a Rainbow Flag on a car tag. Take your pick.

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Posted by barrycdog on 09/27/2015 at 2:54 AM

Re: “End Confederate Memorial Day

" I wonder who these “millions” of contributors of “various races and ethnic groups and religious” could possibly have been considering the Confederates were a pasty bunch; "

Gee Payson, I wonder who these people were.

MUSTER ROLL OF

CO. A, 1st REGIMENT

GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY (OLMSTEAD'S),

ARMY OF TENNESSEE

C. S. A.,

CHATHAM COUNTY, GEORGIA

McCleskey, Henry (colored)-Musician August 10, 1861 . Term

of enlistment six months. Roll for February 1862 , shows him present.

Appointed Musician of Co. B, 18th Battalion Ga. Inf. Paroled

near Sailor's Creek, Va. April 7, 1865 .

DeLyon, Charles Henry (colored)-Musician August 10, 1861 .

Transferred to Co. D, 63d Regiment Ga. Inf. August 1, 1863 ; Co. B,

October 31, 1863 . No later record.

MUSTER ROLL OF THE *2d REPUBLICAN BLUES,

INDEPENDENT COMPANY OF

GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

C. S. A.

CHATHAM COUNTY, GEORGIA

Harris, Alexander (Colored)-Musician May 31, 1861 . "Col-

ored man, not mustered but in service." Term of service 60

days. Appointed Musician of Co. C, 1st Regiment Ga. Inf. (Olm-

stead's), August 20, 1862 . Appears last on roll for June 30, 1862 .

No later record.

Miller, Joseph (Colored)-Musician May 31, 1861 . "Colored man,

not mustered but in service." Term of service 60 days. Ap-

pointed Musician of Co. C, 1st Regiment Ga. Inf. (Olmstead's), August

20, 1861 . Appears last on roll for June 30, 1862 . No later

record.

MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY *C, 1st REGIMENT

GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

(OLMSTEAD'S)

ARMY OF TENNESSEE

C. S. A.

CHATHAM COUNTY, GEORGIA

("1st REPUBLICAN BLUES")

Davidson, William (Colored)-Drummer May 30, 1861 . ----See

Davenport's Independent Company Cavalry, Ga. State Troops.

Harris, Alexander (Colored)-----See Musician 2d Republican Blues.

Miller, Joseph (Colored)-----See 2d Republican Blues.

Waters, William (Colored)-Musician May 30, 1861 . "Colored

man, not mustered in but in service." Absent with leave December

31, 1861 . No later record.

MUSTER ROLL OF

COMPANY D, 1st REGIMENT

GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

( OLMSTEAD'S )

ARMY OF TENNESSEE

C. S. A.

CHATHAM COUNTY, GEORGIA

"SAVANNAH CITY LIGHT GUARDS, "

or

"CITY LIGHT GUARDS."

Harvey, Simeon T.(colored)-Musician August 6, 1861 . Absent,

sick, December 30, 1863 . No later record.

MUSTER ROLL OF

COMPANY *E, 1st REGIMENT

GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

(OLMSTEAD'S)

ARMY OF TENNESSEE

C. S. A.

CHATHAM COUNTY, GEORGIA

Middleton, Maurice (colored)-Musician October 8, 1861 . Absent

with leave June 30, 1862 . No later record.

MUSTER ROLL OF

*Captain J. B. READ'S INDEPENDENT

COMPANY GEORGIA INFANTRY

C. S. A.

CHATHAM COUNTY, GEORGIA

("IRISH VOLUNTEERS")

Brice, George (Colored)-Musician July 25, 1861 . Mustered out

January 25, 1862 . No later record.

Davis, Bacchus (Colored)-Musician July 25, 1861 . Mustered

out January 25, 1862 . No later record.

MUSTER ROLL OF *CAPTAIN A. C. DAVENPORT'S

INDEPENDENT COMPANY

GEORGIA VOLUNTEER CAVALRY

3d BRIGADE, GEORGIA STATE TROOPS

CHATHAM COUNTY, GEORGIA

"TATTNALL GUARDS."

Davidson, William (Colored)-Musician January 3, 1861 . Term of

service 60 days. Appointed Drummer of Co. C, 1st Regiment Ga. Inf.

(Olmstead's), May 30, 1861 . Remarks . "Colored man. Not

mustered in, but in service, present." Deserted at Camp Neely

March 13, 1863 . Transferred to Co. B, 18th Battn. Ga. Inf. Did not

report. Dropped from rolls prior to October 31, 1864 .

MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY G, 2d REGIMENT

GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

ARMY NORTHERN VIRGINIA

C. S. A.

MUSCOGEE COUNTY, GEORGIA

( "COLUMBUS GUARDS" )

Howard, Robert M. ---- private October 1, 1861 . Transferred to Nel-

son's Independent Company Ga. Cavalry June 20, 1862 . Ap-

plied for authority to raise a company of colored troops April 1,

1865 .

MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY H, 14th REGIMENT

GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

ARMY NORTHERN VIRGINIA

C. S. A.

LAURENS COUNTY, GEORGIA

("BLACKSHEAR GUARDS")

Yopp, Bill (Colored)-Drummer July 9, 1861 . Surrendered,

Appomattox, Va. April 9,1865 . Note: Buried in Marietta Confederate Cemetery

MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY *M, 26th REGIMENT

GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY,

ARMY NORTHERN VIRGINIA

C. S. A.

McINTOSH COUNTY, GEORGIA

McINTOSH COUNTY GUARDS

Greene, Charles (Colored)-Musician August 13, 1861 . Reported "absent without pay" on roll dated February 28,1862 . No later record.

Savally, Henry (Colored)-Musician August 13, 1861 . Appears last on roll for October 31,1861 .

MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY D, 30th REGIMENT

GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

ARMY OF TENNESSEE

C. S. A.

BIBB COUNTY, GEORGIA

HUGUENIN RIFLES

Riley, David (Colored)-Musician October 20, 1862 . Discharged in Bibb County, Ga. November 20,1862 .

MUSTER ROLL OF *COMPANY C, 3d BATTALION

GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

ARMY OF TENNESSEE

C. S. A.

FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA

LEWIS AND PHILLIPS GUARDS

ORIGINALLY COUNTY LINE VOLS

Aaron (colored) - Musician June 25, 1861 . Remained

one month.

MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY G, 54th REGIMENT

GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY,

ARMY OF TENNESSEE

C. S. A.

MUSCOGEE COUNTY, GEORGIA

Griffin, Lucius (colored)-Musician May 12, 1862 . Trans-

ferred to regimental band. Roll for February 28,1863 , last on file,

shows him present.

ROSTER OF *FIELD, STAFF AND BAND OF THE

63rd REGIMENT GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

S. A.

*This company was organized as (1st) Co. A, 12th Battn. Ga. Light Artil-

lery in April 1862 , and was composed of a good many men who had previous-

ly served in the 1st (Ramsey's) Regiment Ga. Vol. Inf. which was dhsbanded

at the end of its one year enlistment in March 1862 . It was transferred to

the 13th Battn. Ga. Inf. about November or December 1862 . This battn. was increased

to regimental size in December 1862 , and became known as Gordon's Regiment Later

the designation was changed to the 63rd Regiment Ga. Vol. Inf.

Fox, Joe (Colored)-Nurse. Enlisted April 1, 1863 , by consent of

owner.

Jones, Nelson (Colored)-Enlisted as a nurse February 1, 1864 , for a

period of one month by consent of owner.

Morgan, Eliza (Colored)-Nurse. Enlisted as a nurse and laun-

dress April 1, 1863 .

Morris, Ellen (Colored)-Nurse. Enlisted as a nurse April 1,

1863 .

Dawson, Hannah (Colored)-Cook. -- See private Co. H.

Dawson, Catharine (Colored)-Cook. -- See private Co. H.

MUSTER ROLL OF *COMPANY B, 63rd REGIMENT

GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

C. S. A.

CHATHAM COUNTY, GA.

PHOENIX RIFLEMEN

Abraham (Colored)-Cook. Enlisted by consent of owner, December

30, 1862 .

Burroughs, Luke (Colored)-Enlisted as chief cook by consent

of owner, September 1, 1862 .

Ranger, Abram (Colored)-Assistant cook, October 31, 1862 , by

consent of owner.

Young, William (Colored)-Appointed drummer in Captain Gor-

don's Co.,1st (Olmstead's) Regiment Ga. Inf., April 14, 1862 , by con-

sent of owner. Transferred to Co. C, 13th Battn. Ga. Inf. ; to

Co. B, 63d Regiment Ga. Inf., December 1862 .

MUSTER ROLL OF *COMPANY D, 63rd REGIMENT

GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

C. S. A.

MISCELLANEOUS COUNTIES

Burroughs, Lydia (Colored)-Enlisted as a cook May 6, 1863 .

MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY *K, 63rd REGIMENT

GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

C. S. A.

CHATHAM AND OTHER COUNTIES

Black, Solomon (Colored)-Musician in Co. B, 13th Battn. Ga.

Inf., April 26, 1862 . Transferred to Co. K, 63d Regiment Ga. Inf., December

1862 .

Burroughs, Sam (Colored)-Cook September 1, 1862 , in Co. B, 13th

Battn. Ga. Inf. Transferred to Co. K, 63d Regiment Ga. Inf., December

1862 .

Dawson, Catharine (Colored)-Cook April 1, 1863 .

Dawson, Hannah (Colored)-Cook April 1, 1863 .

MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY A, 2nd BATTALION

GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA

WRIGHT'S BRIGADE

C. S. A.

MUSCOGEE COUNTY, GEORGIA

"CITY LIGHT GUARDS"

Harris, Peter (Colored)-Musician April 20, 1861 .

Schley, Wesley (Colored)-Musician April 20, 1861 . Discharged

May 20, 1863 .

MUSTER ROLL OF *COMPANY B, 2d BATTALION

GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA

C. S. A.

BIBB COUNTY, GEORGIA

MACON VOLUNTEERS

Whittle, John (Colored)-Musician August 7, 1861 .

Benger, Charles (Colored)-Musician April 20, 1861 .

MUSTER ROLL OF *COMPANY E, 32d REGIMENT

GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

ARMY OF TENNESSEE

C. S. A.

WASHINGTON COUNTY

*There are no rolls of this company on file in Washington, D. C. Enlistments appear to have been principally from Washington County, but roll is credited also to Chatham County.

Cochran, John A. private May 7, 1862 . Roll for November 1862 , show she was "detailed as overseer for negro brigade." No later record.

Hollifield, Wilkes L. private May 7, 1862 . Regimental returns for November 1862 , shows him "clerk in negro brigade." No later record.

MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY F, 32d REGIMENT

GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

ARMY OF TENNESSEE

C. S. A.

CLAY COUNTY, GEORGIA "JEFF DAVIS GUARDS"

Findley, C. S. private May 7,1862 . On detail duty, overseer for negro brigade, November 1862 . Elected 1st Lieutenant of Co. G, June 4,1863 . Surrendered, Greensboro, N. C. April 26,1865 .

MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY A, 64th REGIMENT

GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA

C. S. A.

FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA

McCardell, Thomas F. (or McCardle)-2nd Sergeant in Co. A,

64th Regiment Ga. Inf., February 16, 1863 . Transferred to Co. C, April 4,

1863 , and elected 1st Lieutenant. Sick in Virginia Hospital,

Petersburg, Va., June 7, 1864 . In Confederate States Hospital,

Petersburg, Va., June 8, 1864 . In General Hospital No. 4, Rich-

mond, Va., August 24, 1864 , with wound in left hand. In General

Hospital, Howard's Grove, Richmond, Va., September 10, 1864 . Ten-

dered resignation October 5, 1864 . Elected Captain. The Board of

Examiners of Sorrel's Brigade certified that McCardell was

qualified to command a regt. of Negro troops, March 24, 1865 . Cap-

tured at Chesterfield Court House, Va., April 1, 1865 , and sent to

Johnson's Island, Ohio. Released at Johnson's Island, Ohio, June

19, 1865 .

MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY A, 32d REGIMENT

GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

ARMY OF TENNESSEE

C. S. A.

JASPER & JONES COUNTIES, GEORGIA

Gunn, John W. private May 5, 1862 . On detail duty, overseeing negroes on Sullivan Island, S. C., June 1,-December 31,1864 . Surrendered, Greensboro, N. C. April 26, 1865 .

MUSTER ROLL OF *COMPANY C, 32d REGIMENT

GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

ARMY OF TENNESSEE

C. S. A.

BURKE COUNTY, GEORGIA WILLIAMS' VOLUNTEERS

Armstrong, W. J. private May 12, 1862 . On special duty, overseer of negroes on Govt. works, September 1862 . Received pay for detail duty in Engineering Dept. at Savannah, Ga. December 18,1862 . Served as Sub-enrolling Officer July 9-September 1,1863 . Received commutation of clothing at Savannah, Ga. from October 8, 1862 , to October 8, 1863 , on November 28, 1863 . No later record.

MUSTER ROLL OF *COMPANY F, 34th REGIMENT

GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

ARMY OF TENNESSEE

C. S. A.

DADE COUNTY, GEORGIA

Naler, James C. (or Naylor)- private May 17, 1862 . Captured at Vicksburg, Miss. July 4,1863 , and paroled there July 8, 1863 . "Applied to C.S. Secy. of War for permission to go to Murray County, Ga. to raise a company of negroes for service in C. S. Army, April 20,1865 ."

MUSTER ROLL OF *COMPANY I, 63rd REGIMENT

GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

C. S. A.

BARTOW AND OTHER COUNTIES

Durham, H. C. --- private April 6, 1863 Appointed 4th Sergeant

April , May or June 1863 . Detailed as physician to attend Negroes

employed by Government, September 20, 1863 . Honorably reduced to

private because of continued detail, December 27, 1863 . Deserted to

the enemy, July 14, 1864 . Took the oath of allegiance to the U S.,

July 16, 1864 , and was sent to be released north of the Ohio

River.

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Posted by barrycdog on 05/01/2015 at 5:55 PM

Re: “End Confederate Memorial Day

"The Confederate Memorial Day and Confederate History and Heritage Month neither represents modern Georgia"
You are correct Payson because in Modern Georgia slavery survives to the tune of over 28 million worldwide and nearly seven times that of the civil war. In Atlanta alone there were already convictions for sex slavery going on in past months. Apparently slavery was supposed to end in the US but it actually went underground. Modern Georgia has shopping malls full of products made by slaves. Products which you purchase and use every day. We wont reflect on that will we.

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Posted by barrycdog on 05/01/2015 at 5:46 PM

Re: “End Confederate Memorial Day

You forgot to mention in you list of Confederates above the Founders of the Atlanta Journal and Constitution. Col. Carey Stiles, William Hemphill, Evan P Howell of the Constitution and Captain Edwin Hoge of the Atlanta Journal. Many of these veterans were also the founders and editors of many local newspapers as well.

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Posted by barrycdog on 05/01/2015 at 5:34 PM

Re: “End Confederate Memorial Day

Wow Payson makes Sherman sound nice. General Sherman also wrote to U.S. Brigadier General Louis Douglass Watkins at Calhoun, Georgia, on Oct. 29, 1864: "Can you not send over to Fairmount and Adairsville, burn 10 or 12 houses of known secessionists, kill a few at random and let them know it will be repeated every time a train is fired upon from Resaca to Kingston."
or perhaps read My 80 Years in Atlanta by Sarah Huff
http://www.artery.org/08_history/UpperArte…
Its editorials like this that make a need for Confederate Memorial day for no other reason to get your facts straight.

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Posted by barrycdog on 05/01/2015 at 5:30 PM

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