FLOR500, Garden 282 General J. J. Finley, Confederate Officer (1812–1904) With the outbreak of the Civil War in 1861, Finley was appointed judge of the Confederate States court for the district of Florida in 1861. He resigned in March 1862 and volunteered as a private in the 6th Florida Infantry of the Confederate Army, and was successively promoted to colonel of the regiment. Following the war, he settled in Lake City, Florida and resumed the practice of law. He also served sporadically in the Congress from 1877 to 1887.
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GARDEN 282

General J. J. Finley, Confederate Officer

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General J. J. Finley, Confederate Officer

(1812–1904)

With the outbreak of the Civil War in 1861, Finley was appointed judge of the Confederate States court for the district of Florida in 1861. He resigned in March 1862 and volunteered as a private in the 6th Florida Infantry of the Confederate Army, and was successively promoted to colonel of the regiment. Following the war, he settled in Lake City, Florida and resumed the practice of law. He also served sporadically in the Congress from 1877 to 1887.





 




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