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I WAS SURPRISED to see a photo on page 9 of the April issue of a photo of the four brothers who all served in 22nd Georgia Infantry. It was a surprise to me as I am somewhat related to them on my mother’s side. My Pattillo ancestor, who actually married into the family, is George McIntosh Troup Pattillo, second from the left.

I thought that you might be interested in additional information about George, who was likely born in Georgia on March 17, 1833. He enlisted

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