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The information in this list of Georgia Military Units comes from the Civil War Soldiers and Sailors web site (CWSS). That web site can also be searched by the name of a soldier.

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Units 1st through 7th

  • 1st Regiment, Georgia Cavalry (Confederate)
     Assembled during the fall of 1861 at Rome, Georgia.
    Many of its members were recruited in the counties of Meriwether, Floyd, and Lumpkin.During the war it served in Pegram's, Davidson's, J.J. Morrison's, Iverson's, and C.C. Crews' Brigade
  • 1st Regiment, Georgia Cavalry (Confederate)
    Assembled during the fall of 1861 at Rome, Georgia. Many of its members were recruited in the counties of Meriwether, Floyd, and Lumpkin.  The regiment surrendered with the Army of Tennessee.
  • 3rd Regiment, Georgia Cavalry (Confederate)
    Organized by Colonel M. J. Crawford and mustered into Confederate service at Athens, Georgia, during the early summer of 1862.  April 26, 1865,it surrendered with the Army of Tennessee.

Units 8th through 15th

Units 16th through 62nd

  • 62nd Regiment, Georgia Cavalry (Confederate)
    Formed during the fall of 1862 when the 2nd Regiment and 15th Battalion Georgia Partisan Rangers were reorganized. Three companies were from North Carolina and the Georgia companies were from Dougherty, Liberty, and Baker counties.

Units A through F

Units G through Q

Units R through Z


 

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