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Charles Alexander Cook enlisted in Company C, Miller Rangers, 21st Battalion, Georgia Cavalry. He was transferred to Company B, 7th Regiment, Georgia Cavalry February 13, 1864 due to the consolidation of units.

On the January/April roll, Pvt. Cook was listed as absent, sick in hospital at Savannah. May/August still had him in the hospital. On the September/October roster, he was detailed by Sec. of War to report to his company every 30 days. He was detailed to Huguenot Springs. (Since there is a hospital there, he probably worked there).

Pvt. Charles A. Cook surrendered and was paroled at Augusta on May 20, 1865.


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