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Georgia: Confederate House of Representatives


Representatives from Georgia in the Confederate Congress, 1862-65 (May be incomplete!)
William White Clark 1862-64 Lucius J. Gartrell 1862-64 Julian Hartridge 1862-65 Hines Holt 1862-63 Augustus Holmes Kenan 1862-64 David William Lewis 1862-64 Charles James Munnerlyn 1862-64 Hardy Strickland 1862-64 Robert Pleasant Trippe 1862-64 Augustus Romaldus Wright 1862-64 Porter Ingram 1864 Warren Akin 1864-65 Clifford Anderson 1864-65 Hiram Parks Bell 1864-65 Mark Harden Blandford 1864-65 Joseph Hubbard Echols 1864-65 George Nelson Lester 1864-65 John Troup Shewmake 1864-65 James Milton Smith 1864-65 William E. Smith 1864-65

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