Martin D. Hattaway, Washington Co. GA Enlisted in Confederate States
Army May 7, 1862 Served as a Private in E Company, 32nd Infantry Regiment.
Surrendered at Greensboro, NC on April 26, 1865. Source: Roster of
Confederate Soldiers of Georgia 1861-1865. Longino & Porter, 1955-58. George W.
Hataway and John A Hataway (both A Company) were also in this
Sterling (also Starling), Washington Co, GA., was also in E Company with the
same enlistment details as Martin D. Hattaway. (Robert Franklin Sterling II says
that this soldier was his great-grandfather Robert Franklin Sterling's
uncle; RFS was 12 yrs. old in 1862. One of RFS's daughters and two of his
granddaughters had the good sense to marry Hattaways.)
Benjamin O. Hataway, Washington Co. GA Enlisted in Confederate States
Army October 3, 1861; promoted to Full 2nd Corporal on May 8, 1862. B Company,
59th Infantry Regiment. [Ibid] Alfred B. Hataway, Thomas
Hataway were also in B Company, enlisting May 8, 1862. Eddie Hill has more
info on the above. Lawson Hataway (AKA Attaway and Hadaway) enlisted in
this Company December 17, 1861 and died of disease during the war.
Hattaway, of South Carolina, was in the Santee Light Artillery, rank
and company unknown. He died 8 Mar 1865 as a prisoner of war at Fort
Delaware and is buried across the Delaware River at Finn's Point, Fort
Mott Rd, Salem, NJ. Along with the others who were buried in trenches at
this site, his name is located on a monument to the Confederate soldiers
who died there. Source: Finn's
Point database of LSU's Civil War Center project.
Hattaway, Sergeant Quartermaster Corps, WW I. Sam Hattaway,
Sergeant Quartermaster Corps. Source: Tombstones in Warthen, GA.
W. Hattaway, Ga. Pvt. Company B Development Battalion, WW I. Source:
Tombstone in Tennille, GA.