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Sterling Hightower

The first court reference to Sterling Hightower is in his father, Austin Hightower's Will


made in 1782, Orange/Chatham Counties, North Carolina. He was also one of the executors of the will.
We do not have a record of the birth of Sterling: nor do we have the date of Austin Hightower's
marriage,his second, to Martha whom later in court records reflects her as his wife. Also, she is named in her husband'sWill. Since Sterling was of legal age when his father prepared his Will, Sterling's birthdate is placed at about1761, and in all probability in Orange County, North Carolina, since Austin established residence in that county around 1760 on a tract of land in Orange County North Carolina, more fully described as being on Phill's Creek, waters of Morgan Creek.

It is safe to assume that Sterling resided with his parents up to and after his father's death; that he is not found in the court records of Orange County, North Carolina. In 1785, Edgefield District, South Carolina, Court: Fields Pardue vs. Sterling Hightower. Then in 1793, March 23, Elbert County, Georgia, Martha Hightower of Elbert County, Georgia deeds to one, John Hightower of Buncombe County, North Carolina, one slave. Sterling Hightower witness. (Note: It was apparent that Sterling moving around with Oldham Hightower had his mother, Martha, with him and it is believed that he was single up until this time. Some reports say that Sterling attended Oxford University and graduated prior to 1793 and that he did extensive educational work among the Indians and the uneducated white people of the Colonies, but it cannot be substantiated.

Sterling Hightower made entry of land 640 acres, Buncombe County, North Carolina on August 15, 1793 on French Broad River, two miles above the painted rock. (Grant was never made). Same date, August 15, 1793, Sterling Hightower made another entry for 640 acres adjoining his prior entry. Survey ordered March 10,1794. Grant was never made. November 16,1796. Pendleton District, South Carolina. Deed. John McCosky to James Hagood 137 acres, Georg's Creek, Soluda River. Sterling Hightower, witness. May 28, 1796. Pentleton District, South Carolina. Deed. Howell Dowdy to George Willson 100 acres Dowdyls Creek. Soluda River. Sterling Hightower, witness, 1798 Chatham County, North Carolina. Sterling Hightower of Elbert County Georgia, petitions the court for the original Will of Austin Hightower, his father. 1800 Federal Census Pentleton District, South Carolina. Sterling Hightower. 1 white male, 16-26, 1 white female 16-26, 1 white female - 10. (Note: This is the first record we have that Sterling Hightower is married and there is one child of this union_a daughter.)

In 1803, and earlier, it has been established that Sterling Hightower and his family were living in Walton County, Georgia(now Transylvania County~ North Carolina). There was a dispute between North Carolina and Georgia over the establishment of the County of Walton, Georgia in 1803 and Walton County was represented in the legislature for all of its turbulent career by only three men in the Senate from 1804

1811, and Sterling Hightower represented the County in 1808. He was seated as State Senator 7 November 1808, unseated 11 November 1808 and re-seated 9 December 1808.

Through various articles, it has been determined also that Sterling Hightower's wife was Beersheba Davis and to this union were born 10 children. A list of his children, in the order of their birth has not been determined. We only have the following information:

1....Hightower Taken from the 1800 Federal Census, Pentleton District, South Carolina, established that there was a female child under ten years of age in the household of Sterling Hightower.

2. Hugh MacHightower, taken from Bible Records, tombstone records, etc., b. 9 December 1803, d. 11 February 1879 and m. 3 February 1824. Settled in Montgomery County, Illinois. 11 children. (IYext years' newsletter will feature a story about Hugh Mac Hightower and the Illinois-Hightower connection)

3. Peppernitis llightower-probably settled in Georgia.

4, John Hightower-in Tennessee.



George Hightower 1783

George Hightower was born 28 September 1733, in Richmond County Virginia the son of John and Mary Bryan Hightower. When George was about 17 years old his parents along with other Hightower families living in Richmond County, VA began migrating to other areas of the state. George's parents settled in Amelia County around 1750.

The first court reference found on George Hightower was in Amelia County Virginia, 21 September 1757. His father deeded him 200 acres of land on George Ford's branch and Charles Williams' Corner. The first evidence we have that George is married is found in the court records of Amelia County, 22 June 1769. George and Susannah Hightower sold 275 acres of land to Richard Walthall.

George's oldest brother, William Hightower, died in Amelia County, Virginia in August 1764 and George was named as one of the executors in his will. All nine of William Hightower's children were minors at the time of the will. In 1770, the courts placed four of the minors in George Hightower's custody: William, Daniel, Elizabeth and Stephen.

In 1771 George and Susannah Hightower were selling their land in Amelia County. George, along with his brothers, Joshua, Richard and John sold 890 acres on Tomahitton Creek_their interest in their deceased father's estate.

George and Susannah Hightower and their family moved to Lunenburg County Virginia where they bought 715 acres of land adjoining John Hightower and Thomas Cocke on the branches of Hounds creek, 9 May 1776 (Thomas Cocke was the husband of Eleanor Hightower, George Hightower, Sr's daughter. )

In the court records of Orange County, NC, 1776, there is a mention of George Hightower in the 7th Militia. On 7 February 1777, George Hightower enlisted in the Third South Carolina Regiment. He was taken prisoner, 9 January 1779; George was 46 years old.ln 1787 George and Susannah sold their land on the south side of Hounds Creek and then moved to Campbell County, Virginia.



The North Farnham Parish Church

The North Farnham Parish Church built about 1737, replaced an earlier church built near the site about 1660. The Church is in the shape of a Latin cross, the walls of which are two feet thick. The bullet holes in the exterior brick of the church confirm a skirmish in 1814 between the Virginia Militia and raiders from the British fleet. During the Civil war both Confederate and Union troops occupied the church. Although vandals and the ravages of nature have necessitated the rebuilding of the church's interior, the walls are the original brick circa 1737.

The Church is in the shape of a Latin cross_the walls of which are almost two feet thick. The bullet holes in the exterior brick of the church confirm an 1814 skirmish between the Virginia Militia and raiders from the British fleet. During the Civil War both Confederate and Union troops occupied the church. Although vandals and the ravages of nature have necessitated the rebuilding of the church's interior; the walls are the original brick circa 1737. Only one tombstone has survived the two century old vigil, it bears the name of Katharine Nicholas, died Jan. 1767. There are many other unmarked graves in the cemetery.

Almost as illusive is the evidence of what happened at the parish for all those years. The original parish register_with all births, marriages_was either lost or destroyed. The 1 1 x 17 inch parish register which Walter A. Walker located was actually a copy which was made from the original, sometime during the eighteenth century. The first Hightower entry is, Bom . Thomas, son of Joshua and Eleanor Hightower, Mar. 20 1712 (see inscription above) Notice that instead of comas, periods are used in the separation of text. That is in keeping with the writing style of the era, a hold over from early Latin punctuation. A photocopy of the register is in the State Archives at Richmond. The actual document is in the courthouse at Warsaw, VA.



Our Family Origin

Almost every Hightower family researcher you talk with, eventually gets around to the same age-old question, where did the family originate_Was it England, Scotland, Germany, Holland, or where? Now through the use of computers and a lot of old fashioned footwork, at least two old world locations have emerged as a possibility, the Fife area of Scotland and Western Yorkshire, England.More about them later, but first a few words about surnames, how and when they came about. It is estimated that there are over 100,000 surnames of British origin, but the idea of having a surname has not been around forever. Look at some of the oldest written history we have, in the Old Testament, there was Adam, Moses, Noah. In early Roman Britain, people had only one name. That was true also as the Anglo-Saxons (Germanic tribesmen) invaded Celtic England about 500 A.D., and created one of the great civilizations of the Dark Ages. In 5 centuries the Anglo-Saxons and native Celticspeaking Brits created a unified culture in low-land Britain which they called England (Angle-land). But across the channel the Normands who were Viking adventurers, settled in the French Seine valley in 91 1 A.D. A little more than 150 years later they were knocking at the gates of the Anglo- Saxon civilization. A Normand named William the Conqueror defeated the Brits at the Battle of Hastings in 1066 and became ruler of all England. About twenty years later, he wanted to know the extent of English wealth primarily for future taxation. The result was: the Domesday Book_sort of a general directory for 1086 England. Every Shire in England and many of its people are found in the Domesday Book The book illustrates to us that the resident's Old English names had already been modified by 1086, into simpler and more manageable forms. Instead of the long-winded Aethelbeorht and Sigeweard, men were calling each other Albert and Siward.

As they were taking the census for the Domesday Book, Norman clerks wrote down what they heard in their own way. In doing so they made clear to us that the pronunciation of such names had been much modified from the early Anglo-Saxon period. The clerk put it into Latin, but he himself would have uttered his favorite toast in Norman French. The Normans invaded, but they were conquerored by the culture and language of the Brits as we see almost an amalgamation of the French and AngloSaxon tongues. In Domesday, almost all Normans had surnames or second designations of some kind. '

In Hertfordshire in 1289 there was a Richard, son of Alice, at the Lane but by 1317 the next generation is called at the Lane and a generation later, AtteLane ("atte" is the contraction of "at the"). And finally we arrive at the surname LANE by about 1400. The prepositions and articles have virtually disappeared and lists of names have a more modern look. This simplification is yet another sign of surnames being fixed. They have ceased to be descriptive phrases and have become proper names. English surnames were completely settled in by 1 hoo.2 The only new names formed in England afterthat date were those of immigrants from Wales, Scotland and Europe.

1. Our cousin, Ruth Hightower Smith of Murray, KY, located one source in the Tennessee State Archives which points to Scotland, as our ancestral home. In the late nineteenth century the state of Tennessee sent surveys to all their surviving Civil War veterans. These surveys have been published in six volumes. One such veteran was Thomas Hodge High tower. One of his answers regarding ancestry was: Mygrand father, William High tower, came from Scotland, went into business in the city of Philadelphia; from there they moved to eastern IY. C. near the Virginia line. My father told me they raised tobacco.

Of course that was written from his recollection of what had been told him by his family and that might not be accurate. I have checked the International Genealogical Index3 in Scotland and have found one llightower living there in the Seventeenth Century (see map page 9).

2. Our cousin, John Hightower of Berryville, VA, hired a researcher in Knoxville, TN, specializing in English and Scottish family research. Two entries in the surname of fIightower were found. They were both in the lluddlesfield area (see map page 9) of Yorkshire, England. John reports that there are no Hightowers in the cross index of BoyUs, the surnames of England or Scotland, or in the early wills, deeds or court records.

3. Michael Wood, a London genealogical researcher, reports in England, Denmark and Germany, there is the name Heytor. It appears as early as 1 296 A. D. and some modern versions use the current Heytower. From Old English:


-Haegtor- fenced hilltop


-Hightor- high hill
-haegtour- small tower
-Heybury- middlesex meaning high castle
-Hightowler- There was a John
-Hightowler in Yorkshire, England
-Hightower- name found in England

So as we continue the search for our Old World heritage, it is looking more and more like the Island of Britain_There are five High towers in the London phonebook. The next step is to check into parish registers in both the areas of Fife, Scotland and western Yorkshire, England. It is exciting to think that we Ilightowers may be descendants of those early Brittons who lived across the Atlantic more than 1500 years ago. If you are interested in learning more about early Britain, Surnames and The Domesday Book, see the following references:



Hightowers in the Confederacy

A. A. Hightower, Pvt, Company C, 3rd Georgia Reserves


A. F. Hightower, Pvt, 2nd Georgia Infantry
A. G. Hightower, Pvt, 6th Texas Cavalry
A. G. Hightower, Pvt, Company H, 31st Mississippi Infantry
A. Hightower, Pvt, 3rd Louisiana Cavalry
A. 1. Hightower, Pvt, Russel's Mississippi Cavalry
A. M. Hightower, Pvt, Company G, I st Georgia Regiment
A. M. Hightower, Pvt, Company H, 2nd Regiment, Texas State Troopers
A. M. Hightower, Pvt, Lynch's Tennessee Light Artillery
A. M. Hightower, Pvt, Texas Light Artillery
A. S. Hightower, Pvt, Company K, 1 6th Texas Cavalry
A. Tagivello Hightower, Pvt, Company B, 2nd Battalion, Georgia Infantry
A. W. Hightower, Cpl. Livingston's Alabama Cavalry
A. D. Hightower, Pvt, Randolph County Alabama Volunteers
Alexander Hightower, Pvt, Company H, 27nd Arkansas Infantry
Anderson E. Hightower, Pvt, Company H, 5th North Carolina Cavalry
Anderson Hightower, Pvt, 4th North Carolina Infantry
Andrew H. Hightower, Pvt, Company K, 5th Georgia Infantry
Amold Hightower, Pvt, Company K, 7th Louisana Infantry
B. B. Hightower, Pvt, Ist South Carolina Cavalry
B. Hightower, Pvt, Clinches Georgia Cavalry
B. Hightower, Pvt, Company E, 50th Georgia Infantry
B. W. Hightower, Pvt, 45th Alabama Infantry
Benjamin Hightower, Pvt, Company B, 3th Virginia Infantry
Benjamin Hightower, Pvt, Company F, 1 8th Texas Infantry
Benjamin W. Hightower, Pvt, 6th Alabama Infantry
Burwell M. Hightower, Pvt. Company G, 56th North Carolina Infantry
Byrd Hightower, Pvt, 4th Georgia Infantry
C. C. Hightower, Pvt, 8th Battalion, Georgia Cavalry
C. Hightower, Pvt, 45th Georgia Infantry
C. Hightower, Pvt, 4th Missouri Cavalry
Caswell Hightower, Pvt, 10th Missouri Infantry
Charles D. Hightower, Pvt, 39th Alabama Infantry
Charles D. Hightower, Pvt, Company G, 22nd Alabama Infantry
Charles R. Hightower, Pvt, Company D, 22nd Battalion, Virginia Infantry
Chamel B. Hightower, Pvt, Company 1, 19th Texas Cavalry
Chamel Hightower, Company E, 30th Texas Cavalry
Chamel Hightower, Cpl, Company E, 31st Louisiana Infantry
Chamel Hightower, Pvt, 14th Georgia
Chamel Hightower, Pvt, Villepigue's 36th Georgia Infantry
D. E. (Divine) Hightower, Sgt, Ist Battalion, Virginia Infantry
D. Hightower, Pvt, 16th South Carolina Infantry
D. J. Hightower, Pvt, 6th Alabama Infantry
D. J. Hightower, Pvt, Company C, 6th Georgia Infantry
Daniel D. Hightower, Sgt, 22 Virginia Infantry
Daniel D. Hightower, Sgt, Company D, 22nd Battalion, Virginia Infantry
Daniel Hightower, Pvt, Company B, 4th horth Carolina Cavalry
Daniel Hightower, Pvt, Company E, 6th South Carolina Cavalry
Daniel W. Hightower, Pvt, Company G, 4th florth Carolina Cavalry
David A. Hightower, Company B, 5th Missouri Infantry
David C. Hightower, Pvt, Company D, 3rd Battalion, Georgia Infantry
David D. Hightower, Sgt, 22nd Battalion Virginia Infantry
David Hightower, 2nd. U, 3rd Lillard's Tennessee Mounted Voiunteers
David Hightower, 37th Tennessee Infantry
David J. Hightower, Pvt, Company C, I 0th Confederate Cavalry/Alabama
David J. Hightower, Pvt, Company C, 5th Battalion Hillard's Legion
E. A. Hightower, Pvt, Company A, Phillip's Legion, Georgia
E. D. Hightower, Pvt, Wood's Missouir Infantry
E. F. Hightower, Pvt, Company C, 4th Confederate, Al,TN, MS
E. G. Hightower, Pvt, Company K, 62nd Georgia Infantry
E. Hightower, Pvt, 3rd. Palmetto, South Carolina
E. Hightower, Pvt, Company H, 16th South Carolina Infantry/Greenville
E. W. Hightower, Sgt, Company K, 13th Georga Infantry
Edward Hightower, Pvt, Company K, 3rd Virginia Infantry
Elberry Hightower, Pvt, Company F, 40th Georgia Infantry
Elisha F. Hightower, Pvt, Company G, 54th Alabama Infantry
Elisha Hightower, Pvt, Company C, 4th Confederate Infantry
Ephaphroditus Hightower, Pvt, Company A, Wood's Missouri Infantry
Francis M. Hightower, Pvt, Company G, Georgia Infantry
G. A. Hightower, Pvt, Company C, 27th Arkansas Infantry
G. B. Hightower, Pvt, Company F, 40th Georgia Infantry
G. B. Hightower, Pvt, Company 1, Fannin's Georgia Reserves
G. E. Hightower, Pvt, Company C, 2nd Georgia Infantry
G. H. Hightower, Pvt, Ford's Battalion, Missouri Volunteers
G. Hightower, Pvt, Company C, 4th Confederate Infantry
G. W. Hightower, Pvt, 42 Alabama Infantry
G. W. Hightower, Pvt, Company E, 3rd Mississippi Volunteers
Garland Hightower, Pvt, Company A, 45th Georgia Infantry
George Hightower, Pvt, 3rd Mississippi Infantry
George Hightower, Pvt, Company D, 13th Georgia Infantry
George Hightower, Pvt, Company D, Ist Battalion MS Sharp Shooters
George Hightower, Pvt, Company H, 2nd Mississippi Infantry
George W. Hightower, Pvt, Ist Battalion, Hillard's Legion, AL Volunteers
Green Hightower, Pvt, Company H, 4th Missouri Volunteers
Gustance G. Hightower, Maj, Company C, 31st Mississippi
H. H. Hightower, Pvt, 19th Texas Volunteers
H. H. Hightower, Pvt, Company D, 15th Mississippi Infantry
H. H. Hightower, Pvt, Company G, 8th Louisianna Cavalry
H. Hightower, Pvt, Company G, 59th Virginia Infantry
H. l. Hightower, 2nd Lt, Company G, 20th Georgia Infantry
H. l. Hightower, Pvt, Company K, 5th Georgia Volunteers
Harvey Hightower, Pvt, Company G, 20th Georgia Infantry
Henry Hightower, Pvt, Adair's Mississippi Volunteers
Henry Hightower, Pvt, Company C, 20th Mississippi Infantry
Henry Hightower, Pvt, Company D, Ist Battalion MS Sharp Shooters
Henry Hightower, Pvt, Company K, 15th Texas Cavalry
Henry Hightower, Pvt, Ford's Battalion Missouri Infantry
Henry Hightower, Pvt, Perrin's Battalion, Mississippi State Infantry
Hugh Hightower, Pvt, Company E, 29th Texas Volunteers
1. H. Hightower, Pvt, Company A, 32nd Texas Cavalry
1. M. Hightower, 2nd Lt, Company B, Moss's Squadron
1. N. Hightower, Pvt, Company C, 30th Georgia Infantry
Issac F. Hightower, Pvt, 30th Georgia Infantry
Issac Hightower, Pvt, Company B, 27th Georgia Volunteers
Issac O. Hightower, Pvt, Company K, 7th Texas Infantry
J. A. Hightower, Pvt, Company A, 42nd Atlanta Infantry
J. A. Hightower, Pvt, Company C, 2nd Regiment, Atlanta Infantry
J. A. Hightower, Pvt, Company G, 6th Arkansas Infantry
J. D. Hightower, Capt, Darden's Mississippi Light Artillery
J. E. Hightower, Pvt, 57th Alabama Infantry
J. F. Hightower, Sgt, Company H, 16th South Carolina Infantry
J. H. Hightower, Pvt, Company G, 59th Virginia Infantry
J. H. Hightower, Pvt, Company H, 17th Tennessee Infantry
J. H. Hightower, Pvt, Elliot's Missouri Cavalry
J. Henry Hightower, Pvt, Company B, Hardy's Arkansas Infantry
J. Hightower, Pvt, Ist Pannin's Georgia Reserves
J. Hightower, Pvt, Company D, Ist Battalion, Mississippi Sharp Shooters
J. Hightower, Pvt, Company F, 6th Mississippi Cavalry
J. Hightower, Pvt, Company K, 32nd Georgia Infantry
J. J. Hightower, Pvt, Company K, 10th Alabama Infantry
J. M. Hightower, Pvt, Company A, Texas State Troopers
J. M. Hightower, Pvt, Company D, 6th South Carolina Infantry
J. O. A. Hightower, Pvt, Company E, 2nd Georgia Cavalry
J. R. Hightower, Pvt, 22nd Alabama Infantry
J. R. Hightower, Pvt, 22nd Alabama Infantry
J. S. Hightower, 2nd Lt, 10th Arkansas
J. S. Hightower, Pvt, 26th Arkansas Infantry
J. S. Hightower, Pvt, Company B, 27th Battalion, Georgia Infantry
J. S. Hightower, Pvt, Company F, Bell's Battalion
J. T. Hightower, Pvt, 15th Alabama Infantry
J. W. F. Hightower, 2nd Lt, Company C, Ist Battalion Georgia Reserves
J. W. Hightower, Pvt, 4th Confederate Infantry, AL, TN, MS
J. W. Hightower, Pvt, Company A, 23rd Alabama Infantry
J. W. Hightower, Pvt, O'Neal's 26th Alabama Infantry
Jack O. Hightower, Pvt, Company A, 21 st Texas Cavalry
James A. Hightower, Pvt, I st Alabama Cavalry
James A. Hightower, Pvt, Company A, 42nd Alabama Infantry
James C. Hightower, Capt, AQM Confederate Staff
James C. Hightower, Pvt, 13th Atlanta Infantry
James C. Hightower, Pvt, Company B, 30th Georgia Infantry
James C. Hightower, Pvt, Company C, 30th Mississippi Infantry
James C. Hightower, Pvt, Company D, 16th Louisiana Infantry
James C. Hightower, Pvt, Company D, 3rd Battalion, Georgia Infantry
James C. Hightower, Pvt, Company G, Stapleton's 2nd Georgia State Troops
James D. Hightower, Pvt, Georgia Light Artillery
James E. Hightower, Pvt, 13th Alabama Infantry
James E, Hightower, Pvt, Company A, 42nd Alabama Infantry
James E. Hightower, Pvt, Company H, 2nd Texas Infantry
James F. Hightower, Cpl, Company F, 4th South Carolina Infantry
James G. Hightower, Pvt, 27th Arkansas Infantry
James H. Hightower, Pvt, 17th Consolidated Texas Dismounted Cavalry
James H. Hightower, Pvt, 53rd Tennessee Infantry
James Hightower, Pvt, 10th Georgia Infantry
James Hightower, Pvt, 17th Texas Cavalry Moore's Regiment
James Hightower, Pvt, Company B, 27th Georgia Infantry
James Hightower, Pvrt, Company B, 6th Texas Infantry
James W. F. Hightower, 2nd Lt, Robinson's State Guards
James W. Hightower, Pvt, Branne's 4th Tennessee Cavalry
James W. Hightower, Pvt, Company G, 2nd Ashbys Tennessee Cavalry
Jefferson F. Hightower, Pvt, 2 Ist Georgia Infantry
Jesse Hightower, 2nd Lt, Company H, Consolidated Mississippi Infantry
Jesse Hightower, Pvt, Company C, 20th Mississippi Infantry
Jesse Hightower, Pvt, Company G, 5th Florida Infantry
John A. Hightower, Capt, Parker's Light Artillery
John B. Hightower, Pvt, Company G, 2nd Arkansas Mounted Infantry
John C. Hightower, Pvt, Company H, 32nd Alabama Infantry
John D. Hightower, Cpl, Company C, 29th Mississippi Infantry
John D. Hightower, Pvt, Company 1, 41st Georgia Infantry
John F. Hightower, Ist Lt, Company D, 3rd South Carolina Reserves
John G. Hightower, Pvt, 4th Battalion Georgia Sharp Shooters
John G. Hightower, Pvt, Company D, 3rd Battalion Georgia Infantry
John Hightower, Ist Lt, Company B, 59th Tennessee Mounted Infantry
John Hightower, Pvt, Company B, 63rd Tennessee Volunteers
John Hightower, Pvt, Company C, 26th Tennessee Infantry
John Hightower, Pvt, Company H, 9th South Carolina Infantry
John Hightower, Pvt, Company K, 7th Louisiana Infantry
John Hightower, Pvt, Missouri Light artillery
John J. Hightower, Pvt, Company G, 61 st Alabama Infantry
John J. Hightower, Pvt, Company K, I 0th alabama Infantry
John J. Hightower, Pvt, Company K, 30th Mississippi Infantry
John L. Hightower, Pvt, 12th Louisiana Infantry
John L. Hightower, Pvt, 39th Alabama Infantry
John L. Hightower, Pvt, Company H, 12th Louisiana Infantry
John N. Hightower, Pvt, Company B, 30th Georgia Infantry
John N. Hightower, Pvt, Company G, 44th Georgia Infantry
John 0. Hightower, Pvt, 13th Texas volunteers
John 0. Hightower, Pvt, Wilkins Louisiana Cavalry
John R. Hightower, Pvt, Company K, 21stArkansas Infantry
John T. Hightower, Pvt, 41st Georgia Infantry
John W. F. Hightower, Pvt, 3rd Battalion Georgia Infantry
John W. Hightower, Pvt, 3rd Battalion Georgia Infantry
John W. Hightower, Pvt, 4th Battalion Georgia Sharp Shooters
John W. Hightower, Pvt, 6th South Carolin Infantry
John W. Hightower, Pvt, Company K, 42nd Alabama Infantry
Jordan G. Hightower, Sgt, 23 Georgia Infantry
Jordan Hightower, Sgt, Company D, 23rd Georgia Infantry
Jordan W. Hightower, Pvt, 3rd Atlanta Reserves
Joseph Hightower, Pvt, 2nd Georgia Infantry
Joseph W. Hightower, Pvt, 14th Georgia Infantry
Joshua Hightower, Capt, 3rd Arkansas Infantry
Joshua Hightower, Cpl, Company F, 3rd Battalion Mississippi Infantry
Joshua Hightower, Pvt, 14th Georgia Infantry
Joshua Hightower, Pvt, 30th Texas Cavalry
Joshua Hightower, Pvt, Company C, 31st Mississippi Infantry
Joshua W. Hightower, Pvt, Company A, 22nd Mississippi Infantry
L. B. Hightower, Pvt, Company F, 40th Georgia Infantry
L. J. Hightower, Pvt, Company D, 13th Georgia Infantry
L. T. Hightower, Sgt, 5th Georgia Reserves
Leander Hightower, Pvt, Company G, 63rd Tennessee Infantry
Lewis Hightower, Capt, 35th Texas Cavalry
Martin Hightower, Capt, Walter's Co, South Carolina Light Artillery
Martin Hightower, Pvt, Company C, 57th Georgia Reserves
Martin V. Hightower, Pvt, Company D, 14th McCarver's Arkansas Infantry
Milton E. Hightower, Cpl, Company B, 20th Georgia Infantry
Nathan Hightower, Cpl, 8th Arkansas Infantry
Newton Hightower, Pvt, 45th Alabama Infantry
Nicholas E. Hightower, Pvt, Company G, 15th Georgia Infantry
P. C. Hightower, Pvt, Company C, 43rd Tennessee Infantry, Gillespie's
P. C. Hightower, Sgt, Company C, 19th Louisiana Infantry
P. E. Hightower, Pvt, 62 Tennessee Mounted Infantry
P.C. Hightower, Pvt, Company G, 43rd Tennessee Volunteers
Pascal H. Hightower, Pvt, Company B, 30th Georgia Infantry
Pascal Hightower, Pvt, Company E, 7th Georgia Infantry
Pleasant Hightower, Pvt, Company F, 62nd Tennessee Mounted Infantry
Pleasant Hightower, Pvt, Company K, 30th Mississippi Infantry
R. A. Hightower, Pvt, Company C, 27th Arkansas Infantry
R. B. Hightower, Pvt, Company E, 10th Georgia Infantry
R. C. Hightower, Pvt, Company A, 23rd Texas Cavalry
R. D. Hightower, Pvt, Company E, 4th Texas Infantry
R. H. Hightower, 2nd Lt, 10th Georgia Cavalry
R. Hightower, Pvt, Company A, 2nd Louisiana Reserves
Raleigh Hightower, Pvt, Company B, 30th Georgia Infantry
Richard B. Hightower, Pvt, Company G, 5th Florida Infantry
Richard Hightower, Pvt, 45th Alabama Infantry
Richard Hightower, Pvt, 8th Louisiana
Richard R. Hightower, Pvt, Company L, 12th Louisiana Infantry
Rolly B. Hightower, Sgt, Company E, 31st Louisiana Infantry
Rolly Hightower, Pvt, Company F, 27th Texas Cavalry
Russel Hightower, Pvt, Company B, 57th Georgia Infantry
S. A. Hightower, Capt, Company C, 19th Louisiana Infantry
S. E. Hightower, Pvt, Company G, 13 Georgia Infantry
S. M. Hightower, Pvt, 27th Arkansas Infantry
Samuel Hightower, Sgt, Company K, Woods Cavalry
Sanford Hightower, Pvt, Company C, 10th Confederate Cavalry
Sidney Hightower, Pvt, Wade's Confederate Cavalry
Sterling E. Hightower, Lt, Company C, 31 st Mississippi Infantry
T. E. Hightower, 2nd Lt, Company G, 13th Georgia Infantry
T. Hightower, Capt, Henly's Co, Mississippi Volunteers
T. Hightower, Pvt, 19th Texas Cavalry
Thomas H. Hightower, Ashby's 2nd Tennessee Cavalry
Thomas H. Hightower, Pvt, Capt. Lynch's Co, Tennessee Light Artillery
Thomas Hightower, Capt, Capt. Hightower's Company, Mississippi Volunteers
Thomas Hightower, Pvt, 3rd Mississippi Infantry
Thomas Hightower, Pvt, Capt. Lee Jr's Alabama Volunteers
Thomas Hightower, Pvt, Company D, 2nd. Battalion Georgia Sharp Shooters
Thomas Hightower, Pvt, Company E, 24th Alabama Infantry
Thomas Hightower, Pvt, Company H, 2nd Texas Cavalry
Thomas Hightower, Pvt, Ferguson's South Carolina Cavalry
Thomas J. Hightower, Pvt, 12th Louisiana Infantry
Thomas J. Hightower, Pvt, Company E, 27th Louisiana Infantry
Thomas J. Hightower, Pvt, McCarver's Arkansas Infantry
Thomas P. Hightower, Pvt, Company B, Waller's Regiment Texas Cavalry
Thomas W. Hightower, 2nd Lt, 21 st Georgia Infantry
Vincent Hightower, Pvt, Company G, 2nd Confederate Volunteers
W. A. Hightower, Pvt, Company G, 54th Alabama Infantry
W. B. Hightower, Pvt, Company A, 37nd Alabama Infantry
W. C. Hightower, Lt, Company B, 34th Texas Calvary
W. C. Hightower, Sgt, 2nd Louisiana Infantry
W. H. Hightower, Capt, Company, 4th Regiment Georgia Militia
W. H. Hightower, Cpl, 42nd Alabama Infantry
W. H. Hightower, Pvt, 10th Georgia Infantry
W. H. Hightower, Pvt, Company C, 35th Alabama Infantry
W. H. Hightower, Pvt, Company D, 13th Georgia Infantry
W. J. Hightower, 2nd U, 54th Georgia Infantry
W. K. Hightower, Company H, 6th South Carolina Infantry
W. M. Hightower, Pvt, 10th Georgia Infantry
W. M. Hightower, Pvt, Company B, 7th Confederate Cavalry/Clairbornes
W. R. Hightower, Pvt, 27th Arkansas Infantry
W. R. Hightower, Pvt, Company A, Ford's Missouri Cavalry
W.K. Hightower, 2nd. Lt, 57th Georgia Infantry
W.S.A. Hightower, Pvt, Carter's Tennessee Cavalry
W.S.A. Hightower, Pvt, Thomals Legion North Carolina
Warren Hightower, Pvt, Company A, 22nd Mississippi Infantry
William A. Hightower, Pvt, Company C, 3rd. Battalion Mississippi Infantry
William A. Hightower, Pvt, Company F, Cooke's Arkansas Regiment
William A. Hightower, Pvt, Company H, 21 st Arkansas Infantry
A. Hightower, Sgt, Company E, 23rd Virginia Infantry
William C. Hightower, Sgt, Company A, 38th North Carolina Infantry
William D. Hightower, Cpl, Company A, 5th Alabama Infantry
William E. Hightower, Cpl, Company B, 20th Georgia Infantry
William F. Hightower, Pvt, Company A, 16th Arkansas Infantry
William F. Hightower, Pvt, Company G, 22nd Alabama Infantry
William F. Hightower, Pvt, Scott's Louisiana Regiment
William G. Hightower, Pvt, 39th Alabama Infantry
G. Hightower, Pvt, Company C, 31st Mississippi Infantry
H. Hightower, 2nd Lt, 57th Georgia Infantry
H. Hightower, Pvt, Company B, 51st. Arkansas Militia
H. Hightower, Sgt, 6th South Carolina Infantry
William H. Hightower, Sgt, Company G, Floyd' s Legion
Hightower, Pvt, 17th Lemoyne's Arkansas Infantry
William Hightower, Pvt, 63rd Tennessee Infantry
William Hightower, Pvt, 8th Missouri Cavalry
Hightower, Pvt, Company C, 2nd Regiment Alabama Cavalry
William Hightower, Pvt, Company D, 5th South Carolina Reserves
William Hightower, Pvt, Company D, Young's 9th Texas Infantry
William Hightower, Pvt, Company E, 3rd Georgia Infantry
Hightower, Pvt, Company G, 3rd Texas Infantry
William Hightower, Pvt, Company H, 4th Missouri Cavalry
William Hightower, Pvt, Company H, 8th Arkansas Cavalry
William Hightower, Pvt, Light Georgia Artillery
William J. Hightower, Pvt, Josey's Arkansas Infantry
William M. Hightower, Pvt, Company K, 13th Alabama Infantry
William O. Hightower, Pvt, 10th Georgia Cavalry
William T. Hightower, Pvt, Company C, 30th Mississippi Infantry
Zachariah H. Hightower, Pvt, Company A, 3rd Florida Cavalry


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