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|Title:||[Ambrotype print of Lt. Charles Iverson Graves, Newton County, Georgia, ca. 1862]|
"Newton County? ca. 1862. Lt. Charles Iverson Graves, born in Longwood, Newton County on July 26th, 1838, died October 31st, 1896. He was appointed to the U. S. Naval Academy by Alexander Stephens, where he served in China and Japan. Charles Graves resigned his U. S. Commission in April of 1961 to serve as First Lieutenant in the Confederate Navy. He married Magaret H. Lea on November 10th, 1862. After the civil war he was hired as a mercenary, along with several other Confederate veterans, to the Egyptian government."--from field notes
|Types:||Ambrotypes | StillImage|
|Subjects:||Soldiers--Confederate States of America | Costume--Georgia--Newton County | Armed Forces--Georgia--Newton County | Portraits--Georgia--Newton County | United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Veterans--Newton County | United States, Georgia, Newton County, 33.555049, -83.8501866|
|Institution:||Digital Library of Georgia|
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