Private George Martin Stovall, Co. H, 20th Tennessee Infantry, CSA
- George Martin Stovall was born in Davidson County, TN to Caleb and Lydia Stovall.
- September 9: The U.S. Federal Census enumerated in Davidson County, TN showed 10 year old George living with his mother and siblings. His father was nowhere to be seen and the Stovalls are living with a Hill family.
- May 28: Enlisted in the Confederate Army in Franklin, TN.
- January & February: Company Muster Roll. Present.
- March & April: Company Muster Roll. Absent. Remarks “Hospl.”
- May & June: Company Muster Roll. Absent. Remarks “Sent to Hospl 28 April 1863.”
- September & October: Company Muster Roll. Present. Remarks “Present on duty.”
- January to October: Company Muster Rolls. Present.
- November 30: George Stovall fought in the Battle of Franklin.
- January 7: George Martin Stovall and Tennessee Virginia Nix are married in Cheatham County, TN.
- July 14: The U.S. Federal Census enumerated in Williamson County, TN showed Martin, a farm laborer, living in the home of Manuel Elyzear.
- June 23: The U.S. Federal Census enumerated in Williamson County, TN showed George M., a farm laborer, and Tennessee V., living with their children: John H., 10 yrs, James M., 8, Rebecca E., 6 and Sarah T., 4. Also living with the family was Rebecca Nix, Tennessee’s mother.
- September 9: The U.S. Federal Census enumerated in Williamson County, Tennessee showed George M., a farmer, and Tennie V., living with their children: James M., age 36, Samuel C., 18, William, 16, Jennie B., 13, Joseph H., 11, Early H., 9 and Hattie V., 9. Also living with the family was Tennie’s mother Rebecca and her brother Steven.
- George Martin Stovall died.