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  1. Josephus Crocker

  2. Arthur Crocker

  3. C L Crocker

  4. William Crocker 1885

  5. Calvin

  6. Solomon Crocker


 Josephus Crocker Honor

 

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 Arthur Crocker

                     
Name: Arthur CROCKER Jr. 
Sex: M 
Birth: UNKNOWN in S. C. 
Military Service: 1861 Holcombe Legion S. C. infantry, Condeferate Army. 
Reference Number: 193BANKS COUNTY, GA - MILITARY WW2 Veteran's Records

BANKS COUNTY, GA - CENSUS 1860 Hollingworth - Middle River Post Offices Name: Arthur CROCKER ,Jr. 
Sex: M 
Birth: UNKNOWN in S. C. 
Military Service: 1861 Holcombe Legion S. C. infantry, Condeferate Army. 
Reference Number: 193 

   
BANKS COUNTY, GA -MILITARY CIVIL WAR 2nd Reg Co A
CO A 2nd REGT.-ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA-"BANKS COUNTY GUARDS"
"Ordered from Brunswick, Georgia to Virginia, July 21, 1861; 
Crocker, Josephus M. WIDOWS OF EX-CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS LIVING IN BANKS COUNTY, JANUARY 1, 1917
Crocker, Lorena  
 Crocker, Jacob A.-4th Sergeant July 22, 1861. Captured at 
Roanoke Island, N. C. February 8, 1862. Paroled at Elizabeth City, 
N. C. February 21, 1862. Wounded and captured at Gettysburg, Pa. 
July 2,1863. Transferred to New Co. E, 21st Regiment Ga. Inf. April 
11, 1864. Roll for August 31, 1864, last on file, shows him sick in 
Gordonsville, Va. hospital. Other records show he died of wounds 
en route to prison.   "The following contains the names of the Widows of Confederate Soldiers of Banks County who were paid Pensions of 60.00 Sixty Dollars each for the pension year of 1899."...Handwritten note across top of pages
Crocker, R.A.
Crocker, Lorena  
Parker, Sarah 46 F GA
Parker, William 17 M GA
Parker, Hester A 12 F GA

Enumerated by James Crocker, Assistant Marshal, 28 September, 1860

         

 

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 C L Crocker

 Crocker-William-1885

 

S. V. Crocker 

 

  Coy Lee Crocker WW2

MILITARY WW2 Veteran's Records Crocker Coy L.

 

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Crocker William 1885

 

 

 

 Crocker-William-1885

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 Calvin

 

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  C S Crocker in Germany during WW2

 

 

[This is Queen Elizabeth and Dad with his friend Norman R. from N. Y. in 1945

[This is dad with his friend Norman Reilly from N.Y. during WW2

 

 


Crocker Calvin S. 
BANKS COUNTY, GA - MILITARY WW2 Veteran's

 

 

This is the uniform emblem of Dad's in WW2

 

   

 


Solomon Crocker

 

  Solomon Crocker 

Revolutionary War soldier

 His service was in the Revolutionary War. 
 SOLOMON CROCKER is  buried in the Crocker Family cemetery in S.C.

WAR RECORD:

 SOLLOMON CROCKER served for five years in the 1st Regiment of SOUTH CAROLINA RIFLEMEN. He was stationed at Prince Fort in the Spartanburg District (Old 96 emc.) Later, he was moved to Dorchester and finally, to Charleston to oppose the landing of CLINTON and PARKER.

 He was ordered to the up-county to help build Seneca Fort and was send out against the Indians. He was discharged on furlow at Seneca Fort and shortly thereafter was discharged from the Army. 

- Source: Doc. from Ronnie C.

Sources: GEORGIA CIVIL WAR SOLDIER INDEX43626-44230


 

 

James Arthur's Army Uniform

 

    Arthur in  Viet Nam War

 

    

England War

 

    

 

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