George Rockingham Gilmer Huff: Confederate Soldier and Marine

Smith Jr., George W.; Sullivan, David M.
September 2012
Military Collector & Historian;Fall2012, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p153
A brief biography of George Rockingham Gilmer Huff, a Confederate soldier and marine in the U.S. Civil War, is presented. It examines his service in Company K, 6th Regiment, of the Georgia Volunteers in the Confederate States Army and in the Confederate Marine Corps. Other topics include his participation in the Second Battle of Fort Fisher, North Carolina in January of 1865, his captivity as a prisoner of war, and his time as a farmer in Georgia after the war.


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