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By David Seibert, June 18, 2014
Ball's Ferry Marker
Georgia (Wilkinson County), Toomsboro — 158-10 — Ball's Ferry
On Nov. 24, 1864, the 1st Alabama Cavalry [Union] reached Ballís Ferry (1/4 mile N) to secure it for the passage of the Left Wing (15th and 17th Corps) of Gen. Shermanís army [Union], which had left Atlanta on Nov. 15th on its destructive March to . . . — Map (db m107231) HM
Georgia (Wilkinson County), Toomsboro — 158-1 — Major John Hatcher ó (1757-1835)
Near this site is the plantation and grave site of John Hatcher, Georgia patriot, Revolutionary War soldier and statesman. From 1780 to 1800 he served in Candlerís Refugee Regiment of Richmond County, the Georgia Militia, Carrís Rangers of Burke . . . — Map (db m13080) HM
Georgia (Wilkinson County), Toomsboro — Robert Toombs
To honor the memory of Robert Toombs July 2, 1810 – Dec. 15, 1885 United States Senator Secretary of State, C.S.A. Patriot and Statesman For whom the town of Toombsboro is named — Map (db m41908) HM
Georgia (Wilkinson County), Toomsboro — 158-9 — Toomsboro
Toomsboro on November 22nd 1864 the left wing (15th and 17th corps of Major O.O. Howard. USA) of the General Sherman's army which had left Atlanta on November 15th on its destructive march to the sea began moving from Gordon to the Oconee River the . . . — Map (db m41873) HM

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