H. O. Davis
The following may be the husband of Elizabeth Robbins:
Hardy O Davis - Enlisted 7/27/1861, Shown sick on numerous rolls, Danville hospital roll shows him there with a gun shot wound 11/19/1863, 1864 rolls show him detailed as a nurse at Danville, Va hospital. Last shown on clothing receipt dated 12/22/1864, No further records.
These men are listed as serving in Confederate States Army Phillips Legion Infantry - Co B - The Dalton Guards:
Davis, H. O. (Hardy O. Davis)
Davis, Warren R. (Warren Ransom Davis)
- Warren Ransom Davis - Enlisted 5/8/1862, WIA (lost use of right arm) 9/14/1862 at Fox's Gap, Md., Discharged 6/1/1863, Born 1843, Died 3/17/1896 at Dalton, Buried at West Hill Cemetery
Davis, C. C. (Charles C. Davis) - Enlisted 6/6/1861, Teamster, Discharged 5/20/1862
Davis, John A. - Brother, Frank J. Davis
- Frank J Davis - Enlisted 3/4/1862 WIA (thigh) 9/17/1862 at Sharpsburg, Md., WIA (leg) and captured at Gettysburg, No exchange record but he is shown as "present" on 1864 rolls, captured 4/6/1865 at Sailors Creek, escaped from prison at Newport News and walked home. Born 11/24/1842 in Whitfield County, Ga., Died in Texas 9/5/1923, Buried at East Mount Cemetery in Greenville, Texas.
- John A Davis - Enlisted 6/11/1861, Died 10/16/1862 at Brucetown, Va. of disease, Buried in churchyard at Brucetown 7 miles from Winchester.
I don't know how they may be related.