|Submitter Information||Civil War Ancestor Information|
2641 Butler dr
Norman, OK 73069
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Branch of Service: Army-Other
Company/Regiment: Company F, 20th Regiment, GA Volenteers
Date of Service: 1860 ?
Starting Rank: Private
Discharge Rank: Private
Date of Discharge: Unknown
Reason for Discharge: Had been captured by north, released from northern prison
I am a member of the following:
|1||Chester Virgil Stringer||Relationship:||Father|
|Birth Date:||2-22-1909||Birth Location:||Reeding, OK|
|Death Date:||2-24-1978||Death Location:||Oklahoma City, OK|
|2||James Matthew Stringer||Relationship:||Father|
|Birth Date:||2-23-1868||Birth Location:||Lumpkin County, Georgia|
|Death Date:||5-11-1917||Death Location:||Enid, OK|
|Birth Date:||5-6-1844||Birth Location:||Dahlonega, NC|
|Death Date:||9-9-1915||Death Location:||Cashion, OK|
Additional Biographical Information
Gaither Stringer was 16 when he enlisted in the army. He was living with his mother "Nancy" and his stepfather John Gregory at the time he enlisted.
I believe that Gaither and John Gregory served together and were captured by the north. They were both prisoners of war at Camp Morton, Indianopolis Indiana. I also believe that Gaither was wounded three times before his capture.
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