Photo of 1st Sgt. Jesse Bateman, E Company (Wounded in action, at The Wilderness, Va., 6 May 1864. Died in hospital from wounds). All photos courtesy of, and through the generosity of Mr. Mike Fitzpatrick.
PACS Designation (Provisional Army of the Confederate States):
Ninth Georgia Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Anderson's Brigade, Hood's Division, Longstreet's Corps, Army of Northern Virginia
Mike is the author of "The Letters From Fiddler's Green". Copyright © From his private collection.
All photos courtesy of, and through the generosity of Mr. Mike Fitzpatrick.
Above photo is the reverse of another case containing only Fannie's photo, circa 1864, as Union soldiers came into Georgia. The note behind Fannie's picture says, "Fannie Bateman in Macon at her sister's 1864. Learning French, Booking, Millinery. Ran to Florida from the Yankees." Website designed by Neal Griffin Copyright © 2010.
Questions, comments? Please email me, Neal Griffin, at ngriffin@9thGeorgiaInfantry.org
The "midi" song playing is "Canon in D" by the German composer Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706). It was written about 1680. You may have heard it as the theme from the movies "Ordinary People", and "Father of the Bride". It is popular at weddings, and was played at Princess Diana's funeral. Courtesy of Ray Hutchins' Website on Pachelbel.
Website designed by Neal Griffin Copyright © 2010.