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~  Thomas Woodward Mangham ~
Tom served in the 2nd Ga. Battalion, and later commanded the 30th Georgia Infantry Regiment. He was severely wounded at Chickamauga, and the injury forced his retirement from service in 1864. (Click here to see his grave.)
The author's daughter, Carolyn Mangham, poses next to the monument (below) showing his regiment's position at Chickamauga Natl. Military Park, August 2000. (Tom was her first cousin, six times removed.)
After the war, Carolyn's great-great-great grandfather, John Willis Mangham, donated the land on which Hebron Church was built, in Upson County, Georgia. He is buried nearby Click here to see his grave.)