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From: Joel Pate <>
Subject: Re: [PATE] Anthony Calvin Pate Lieutenant CSA
Date: Sat, 25 Jun 2011 15:46:47 -0400
Bruce this is Anthony Cowart Pate, 1st Lieutenant, Company E, 5th
Battalion, Georgia Infantry. He was born 11 Apr 1836 died 13 Feb 1916.
He was a son of Redding Pate and Elizabeth Miller of the Pulaski Co., GA
He was later a County Judge. He was a brother to two other Confederate
Officers, Major John Haynes Pate and Surgeon Redding Hamilton Pate.
Anthony Cowart Pate was married, but did not have a male heir.
Name: Redding Hamilton Pate
Father: John Pate (1760-1829)
Mother: Nancy Cowart (1778-1823)
Birth 26 Apr 1796
Death 28 Sep 1838 (age 42) Washington Co, GA
Burial Tennille, Washington Co, GA
Ref # AL52.2.4
1. Mary Parker (1788-1829)
Marriage 17 Jun 1828 (age 32) Washington Co, GA
2. Elizabeth Miller (1799- )
Marriage 21 Jun 1829 (age 33) Washington Co, GA
Major John Haynes Pate (1831-1888)
Dr Redding Hamilton Pate (1834-1896)
Judge Anthony Cowart Pate (1836-1916)
Mary Ann Pate (1837- )
Esther Pate (1838- )
Reference File: AL52
On 6/25/2011 10:27 AM, Bruce wrote:
> I ran across Anthony Calvin Pate, first Lieutenant in the CSA. He served in Co.E, 5th Battalion, Georgia Infantry (State Guards).
> He appears on a muster roll- Capt John D. Wilkes' Company, Battalion, Georgia, commanded by Major Wm A. Wilson.
> His age is not recorded. Does anyone claim him as a family member? I am not that familiar with the GA/AL Pates.
> Bruce Pate
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