Gilbert Moss Grave 8th Georgia Infantry
You got to love the Internet. While doing some family research I found images of the graves of my GGG Grandfather Ephraim Moss and my GGGrandfather Gilbert Moss located in Calhoun Georgia. I never knew where they were buried.
Gilbert Moss the father of Andrew Jackson Moss is buried at Bethesda Baptist Church, 146 Bethesda Church Road in Calhoun, Georgia. He is about 30 feet inside and 15 feet to the right upon entering the cemetery. Gilbert Moss was serving with the 8th GA ( Gist Brigade) near Savannah when he died of fever.
You can find it here. Bethesda Baptist Church, 146 Bethesda Church Road in Calhoun
FYI, Ephraim Moss attests to service of Benjamin Chastain for Ruth Chastain’s (my G4 Grandparents) pension file.
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