Chances are he did, unless he was sick or disabled. At that time, unless a man was relieved by a medical doctor, he was expected to do whatever his unit did. My only source of info for Mr. Goodin is Lillian Henderson's "Roster of the Confederate Soldiers of Georgia, 1861-1865". As you saw, it only contains "bare bones" info on the men. If you were to send to Atlanta for his CSR (Compiled Service Record), it would contain more info. If interested, let me know, and I'll post the address.
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Anyone with information on William T. Goodin a private in the GA 9th. Did he fight at the battle of Gettysburg?