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    Greetings,

    Before tonight, I had never heard of "War of Rights", looks like a fantastic game, and I plan to contribute to its development. The reason, however, that I am commenting on the forum now, is because while doing internet searches looking for information on my great, etc. Grandfather Charles William Curry, I ended up here. Charles Curry was a Sergeant in "G" Company 50th Georgia and was wounded at Fox's Gap. I think this gaming community is really neat and the lineage of my grandfather living on in this way is really amazing!

    Hope to talk with you more in the future. Thanks folks,
    Lawrence

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    Welcome! Best of luck to all of you! See u on the battlefield

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    Quote Originally Posted by CWCurry View Post
    Greetings,

    Before tonight, I had never heard of "War of Rights", looks like a fantastic game, and I plan to contribute to its development. The reason, however, that I am commenting on the forum now, is because while doing internet searches looking for information on my great, etc. Grandfather Charles William Curry, I ended up here. Charles Curry was a Sergeant in "G" Company 50th Georgia and was wounded at Fox's Gap. I think this gaming community is really neat and the lineage of my grandfather living on in this way is really amazing!

    Hope to talk with you more in the future. Thanks folks,
    Lawrence
    That's really awesome that your ancestor fought with the 50th Georgia. If you have any pictures or paintings of him and his experince with the 50th, we would love to see them. If feel it would connect the Company to the days where the regiment fought bravely!

    "We are a dirty, ragged set, mother, but courage and heroism find many a true disciple among us." - Theore Fogle, Enlisted Georgian

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    50th Georgia Company G. Muster Roll

    Names - Ranks - County

    Commissioned Officer

    Underwood, Francis - Captain - Clinch County, Georgia

    Enlisted

    Anderson - Private - Clinch County, Georgia

    Archduke - Private - Clinch County, Georgia

    Bohannon, Cullen - Private - Clinch County, Georgia

    Chase - Private - Clinch County, Georgia

    David - Private - Clinch County, Georgia

    Irish - Private - Clinch County, Georgia

    Killobytes - Private - Clinch County, Georgia

    Nativeman - Private - Clinch County, Georgia

    Powers, Jonny - Private - Clinch County, Georgia

    P0Ptart SOlider - Private - Clinch County, Georgia

    P0Ptart WArrior - Private - Clinch County, Georgia

    Soldier - Private - Clinch County, Georgia

    McBride, Willy - Private - Clinch County, Georgia

    "We are a dirty, ragged set, mother, but courage and heroism find many a true disciple among us." - Theore Fogle, Enlisted Georgian

    Colonel Francis Underwood of the 50th Georgia Volunteers


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    Quote Originally Posted by Francis View Post
    That's really awesome that your ancestor fought with the 50th Georgia. If you have any pictures or paintings of him and his experince with the 50th, we would love to see them. If feel it would connect the Company to the days where the regiment fought bravely!
    I will write my cousins that remain in Southern Georgia to see if they can mail me anything or at least prepare something for my next visit. They are so proud of their heritage they surely have a photograph or relic of our ancestor. To this day they live in Mudcreek, the community that he founded. I was able to track down his burial site and headstone at Mudcreek cemetery, just down a dirt road from my kin on a heritage website. Lookie http://findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi...&GRid=38796543

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    Update!

    50th Georgia will now comprise of two companies. Fellow men from Company C, will be joining Company G in War of Rights. Both sharing the great name of the 50th Georgia Volunteers. Head of Company C, Coffee County Guards will be Captain Killobytes. While myself, Captain Underwood, will remain head of Company G, Clinch Volunteers. As we head further on our course towards the release of War of Rights, a Colonel will be chosen, along with a Lieutenant Colonel. We also have a Regiment TeamSpeak where we are allowing other Companies who do no correlate to the 50th Name to share with us! If you have any questions regarding these recent events, please let me know.

    "We are a dirty, ragged set, mother, but courage and heroism find many a true disciple among us." - Theore Fogle, Enlisted Georgian

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    Sounds awesome man. Seems like this solider did more then just fought in the war. Seeing that you said he founded a community means he was invested into the good people of Southern Georgia. If you have more info about Charles William let me know! We really want to know more about the 50th Georgia and the men that fought underneath them.

    "We are a dirty, ragged set, mother, but courage and heroism find many a true disciple among us." - Theore Fogle, Enlisted Georgian

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    Update!

    50th Georgia Volunteer Regiment now host a TeamSpeak. If you would like to share said TeamSpeak, please let me know!

    "We are a dirty, ragged set, mother, but courage and heroism find many a true disciple among us." - Theore Fogle, Enlisted Georgian

    Colonel Francis Underwood of the 50th Georgia Volunteers


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    Companies C and G sitting at numbers 3 and 10 respectively on the company tool, go get em.
    50th Georgia Co. C "Coffee County Guards"
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