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Oh, for a touch of the vanished hand : discovering a Southern family and the Civil War

Solomon Mangham was born in about 1755 in North Carolina. His parents were William Mangham, Sr. and Mary Persons. He married Sarah Ann Bennett. They had seven children and lived near Gilkey's Creek, South Carolina. In about 1790 they moved to Wilkes County, Georgia. Thirty-seven of their Mangham descendants fought in the Confederate Army. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Louisiana and Texas
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