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Cicero Winn Confederate Service Record and Amnesty Papers

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For some reason, unknown, First Lt. Cicero Winn, who had enlisted for 12 months in the C.S.A., resigned after around 5 months. After the Civil War, he applied for a special pardon through Amnesty. When looking at his service records, note that he also applied for a pension; but, the papers were returned because he had resigned before his time was up.

Cicero C. Winn was the son of John Posey Winn and Sarah Eveline Winn. He was born in 1830 in Hall County, Georgia. He married Mary E. Sams before 1860. He died January 15, 1904.







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