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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 9th

  • 1st Regiment, Georgia Infantry (Ramsey's) (Confederate)
    Formed at Macon, Georgia, in April, 1861. The men were raised in the towns and cities of Newnan, Perry, Augusta, Sandersville, Atlanta, Bainbridge, Quitman, Dahlonega, and Columbus.  Mustered out of service in Macon.  However, many of the men joined the 12th Georgia Artillery Battalion and other Georgia commands.
  • 4th Regiment, Georgia Infantry (Confederate)
    Organized in April, 1861, at Augusta, Georgia, recruited its companies in the counties of Talbot, Troup, Macon, Gordon, Twiggs, Dougherty, Jasper, Baldwin, and Sumter.  April 9, 1865, it surrendered.
  • 6th Regiment, Georgia Infantry (Confederate)
    Organized at Macon, Georiga, in April, 1861, and soon moved ot Virginia. Its companies were recruited in the counties of Bibb, Crawford, Butts, Baker, Twiggs, Gilmer, Taylor, and Mitchell.  Surrendered with the Army of Tennessee.
  • 8th Battalion, Georgia Infantry (Confederate)
    Organized with six companies during the early spring of 1862 at Savannah, Georgia. Some of the men were from Adairsville and Thornburgh, and Gordon County. Surrendered on April 26, 1865.

Units 10th through 16th

  • 10th Regiment, Georgia Infantry (Confederate)
    Organized at Jonesboro, Georgia, in June, 1861, and in July moved to Virginia. Its companies were recruited in the counties of Clayton, Chattahoochee, De Kalb, Wilcox, Bibb, Richmond, Fayette, and Pulaski.
  • 13th Regiment, Georgia Infantry (Confederate)
    Also called Bartow Light Infantry] completed its organization in June, 1861, at Griffin, Georgia. Its members were recruited in the counties of Pike, Randolph, Early, Muscogee, Meriwether, Fayette, and Troup.

Units 17th through 25th

Units 26th through 66th

  • 26th Regiment, Georgia Infantry (Confederate)
    Also called 13th Regiment] completed its organization in October, 1861, at Brunswick, Georgia. Its companies were recruited in the couties of Charlton, Berrien, Glynn, Twiggs, Clinch, Ware, Coffee, and Wayne.
  • 28th Regiment, Georgia Infantry (Confederate)
    Organized at Big Shanty, Georgia, during July and August, 1861, recruited its members in Irwin, Sumter, Washington,Crawford, Cherokee, Stewart, Toombs, Jefferson, and Emanuel counties.
  • 31st Regiment, Georgia Infantry (Confederate)
    Also called 27th Regiment] completed its organization in November, 1861, at Cusseta, Georgia. Its companies were from the counties of Muscogee, Chattahoochee, Monroe, Bartow, Pulaski, Dawson, and Newton.
  • 34th Regiment, Georgia Infantry (Confederate)
    Organized in May, 1862, at Camp McDonald, near Marietta, Georgia, recruited its members in the counties of Bartow, Cherokee, Floyd, Polk, Cobb, Paulding, Carroll, Haralson, and Jackson.
  • 37th Regiment, Georgia Infantry (Confederate)
    Organized during the spring of 1863 by consolidating the 3rd and 9th Georgia Infantry Battalions. Many of its members were from Murray, Jackson, Franklin, Elbert, and Hall counties.
  • 44th Regiment, Georgia Infantry (Confederate)
    Completed its organization at Camp Stephens, near Griffin, Georgia, in March, 1862. Its companies were drawn from the counties of Henry, Jasper, Clarke, Clayton, Spalding, Putnum, Fayette, Pike, Morgan, and Greene.
  • 48th Regiment, Georgia Infantry (Confederate)
    Completed its organization at Macon, Georgia, during the winter of 1861-1862. Its companies were recruited in the counties of Burke, Glascock, Warren, Richmond, Jefferson, Emanuel, and Harris.
  • 50th Regiment, Georgia Infantry (Confederate)
    Organized at Savannah, Georgia, during the spring of 1862. Its members were recruited in the counties of Ware, Coffee, Lowndes, Thomas, De Kalb, Clinch, Colquitt, Berrien, and Brooks.

Units A through B

Units C through D

Units E through G

Units H through L

Units M through P

Units R through Y


 

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