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Marcellus Augustus Stovall
Birth: Sep. 18, 1818
Death: Aug. 4, 1895

Civil War Confederate Brigadier General. At the outbreak of the Civil War, he was a Captain of a militia artillery unit when appointed Lieutenant Colonel in the 3rd Georgia Infantry, serving under General Kirby Smith in Kentucky. In January 1863, he was promoted to Brigadier General in command of a brigade in General Breckenridge's Division, which fought at Chickamauga and in the Atlanta Campaign. After the fall of Atlanta, he commanded a brigade in General Clayton's Division that fought at Franklin, Nashville, and in the Carolinas. After the war, he became a cotton broker and chemical manufacturer. (bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith) 
Family links: 
  Pleasant Stovall (1798 - 1868)
  Louisa Roper Lucas Stovall (1800 - 1827)
  Courtenay Augusta Peck Stovall (1851 - 1949)*
  Sarah Galphin McKinnie Stovall (1823 - 1872)*
  Anna McKinnie Stovall Hardwick (1845 - 1933)*
  Louisa Pleasant Stovall (1847 - 1861)*
  Marcellus Augustus Stovall (1877 - 1906)*
  Marcellus Augustus Stovall (1818 - 1895)
  Maria Louisa Stovall (1819 - 1822)*
  Bolling Anthony Stovall (1827 - 1887)**
  Alonzo Church Stovall (1837 - 1844)**
  Anna Pleasant Stovall (1839 - 1843)**
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Magnolia Cemetery
Richmond County
Georgia, USA
Plot: 2nd section north of 6th Street, 2nd walkway east of west wall
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Record added: Apr 10, 2000
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Marcellus Augustus Stovall
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- A Distant Cousin
 Added: Nov. 15, 2014
In remembrance and respect to a True Southern Hero - Deo Vindice - Resurgam - Haud Obliviscendum
- Grady Puryear, Hill Country Camp 1938 SCV
 Added: Sep. 24, 2014

- Darlene T.
 Added: Sep. 9, 2014
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