George Washington Keel



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George W. Keel (First_Last) 
Regiment Name 67 North Carolina 
Infantry Side Confederate 
Company B 
Soldier`s Rank_In Private 
Soldier`s Rank_Out Private 
Film Number M230 roll 21 

67th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry 

67th Infantry Regiment completed its organization in January, 1864, near Kinston, North 
Carolina. The unit contained one cavalry and nine infantry companies, and totalled about 
625 officers and men. Its members were from Craven, Wilson, Jones, Duplin, Pitt, and 
Wayne counties. Attached to the Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia, it 
skirmished around New Bern and Kinston, then disbanded near Stantonsburg on April 28, 
1865. Colonel John N. Whitford, Lieutenant Colonel Rufus W. Wharton, and Major Edward 
Whitford were in command. 

Name: George W Keel , 
Enlistment Date: 25 April 1863 
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE 
Side Served: Confederacy 
State Served: North Carolina 
Unit Numbers: 98 98 171 
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 25 April 1863
Enlisted in Company B, 1st Infantry LDT Regiment North Carolina on 25 April 1863.
Transferred Company B, 1st Infantry LDT Regiment North Carolina on 18 January 1864
Transferred in Company B, 67th Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 18 January 1864. 
Name: Geore W Keel 
Death Date: May 1921 
Death County: Pamlico 
Death State: North Carolina 
Death Age: 73 
Birth Date: abt. 1848 Race: W 



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