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Leigh, John David

John David Leigh, a member of our camp [Savannah, GA], departed this life on February 1, 1922, after some months of failing health. He is survived by two sons. Our comrade entered the service of his country when a lad of sixteen, enlisting on March 4, 1863, as a member of the Savannah City Light Guards (Company D), Regiment Georgia Infantry. He was assigned to duty at Hill Hospital, Cuthbert, Ga., by the Medical Board, as a clerk, in December, 1864, after having been wounded on July 3, of the same year. He was paroled at Macon, Ga., in May, 1865.

Confederate Veteran, Published Monthly in the Interest of Confederate Associations and Kindred Topics, Nashville, TN, Vol XXX, No 4, April 1922

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