Historical records matching Captain George Hall Moffett (CSA)
About George Hall Moffett
Enlisted State of SC 26 Dec 1860 as a private in the Washington Light Infantry; entered Confederate service 24 Feb 1862 as private Company B, 25th Regiment, SCV. Promoted to 1st Lt and Adj on 30 Apr 1862. Served until 1865 when Johnson's Army surrendered.
George Hall Moffett was a merchant, whose high sense of honor and untiring energy contributed to his success in mercantile life and led to his promotion in military service. He entered the Confederate States army as a private, and was promoted for bravery on the field of battle. He became adjutant-general, Hagood's brigade, Twenty-fifth South Carolina volunteers, Confederate States army. His father had come from Scotland to Charleston in 1810. The family of his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Henry (Simonton) Moffett, were from the north of Ireland, and as immigrants first settled in Pennsylvania, and later removed to South Carolina, where they were established before the French and Indian war. -------------------- George Hall Moffett (1829–1875), who enlisted in the Confederate States army as a private, and was promoted for bravery on the field of battle, eventually attaining the rank of Captain and adjutant-general, Hagood's Brigade, Twenty-fifth South Carolina Volunteers.