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Company A of the Fourtieth Georgia Regiment in Confederate service

Dorothy Holland Herring

Company A of the Fourtieth Georgia Regiment in Confederate service

by Dorothy Holland Herring

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Published by D.H. Herring in [Georgia?] .
Written in English

  • Georgia,
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Confederate States of America. Army. Georgia Infantry Regiment, 40th. Company A.,
    • Georgia -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Regimental histories.,
    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Regimental histories.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 193) and index.

      Other titlesCompany A
      StatementDorothy Holland Herring.
      LC ClassificationsE559.5 40th 1998
      The Physical Object
      Pagination203 p. :
      Number of Pages203
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL446349M
      LC Control Number98159604

      Remained with company only a few days. Simpson, Robert E.- private March 4, Lost both arms at Baker's Creek, Miss. Smith, W. Green - Enlisted as a private in Co. F 3d Battn. Mississippi Inf. (subsequently the 33rd Regiment Mississippi Inf., and afterwards the 45th Regiment Mississippi Inf.) January 6, Roster of the Confederate soldiers of Georgia, / [compiled by] Lillian Henderson [director] -- v

      Charles McCann Residence Early County GA; 32 years old. Enlisted on 3/22/ as a Private. On 3/22/ he mustered into "A" Co. GA 51st Infantry He was Killed on 7/10/ at Pennsylvania Sources used by Historical Data Systems, Inc.: Roster of Confederate Soldiers of Georgia This was one of two companies of Berrien Minute Men and was designated at various times as Capt. Knight’s Company, Capt. Wylly’s Company, (Old) Company C, and (New) Company G, 29th Regiment Georgia Infantry. Initially, the Campfires of the Berrien Minute Men were made as a company of the 13th Georgia Regiment.

      Company A of the Fourtieth Georgia Regiment in Confederate service. ([Jonesboro, Georgia: D.H. Herring, ?]), FHL book M2h digitized; Holcombe, G. M. Reminiscences of an Old Man: a collection of articles on Georgia, 40th Regiment Georgia Volunteers. Nineteenth Georgia Infantry. Originally known as the Second Regiment, Fourth Brigade, Georgia State Troops, the Nineteenth Georgia Infantry mustered into Confederate service in August W.W. Boyd was the regiment's first colonel. Sent to Lynchburg, Virginia, the unit suffered through a measles epidemic at that location which lowered its.

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Statement of Responsibility: Dorothy Holland Herring Authors: Herring, Dorothy Holland, (Main Author) Confederate States of America. Army. Georgia Regiment, 40th, Company A () (Added Author) Format. The 1st Georgia Infantry Regiment was an infantry regiment in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War.

Differing from 1st (Ramsey's) Infantry and 1st (Mercer's-Olmstead's) Infantry Regiments; it was also known as the 1st Georgia : Confederate States Army.

This is a List of Confederate Civil War units from Georgia, many of which were mustered in April Infantry. Lt R.A. Mizell of the "Southern Rifles" Company A 4th Georgia Infantry; resigned in after being wounded in the Battle of the Wilderness; joined Company "A" 2nd Kentucky Cavalry of John Hunt Morgan command 1st Regiment (Army.

4th Regiment, Georgia Infantry Overview: 4th Infantry Regiment, organized in April,at Augusta, Georgia, recruited its companies in the counties of Talbot, Troup, Macon, Gordon, Twiggs, Dougherty, Jasper, Baldwin, and Sumter.

The unit served in the Department of South Carolina and the Department of Georgia before moving to Virginia.

Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE Side Served: Confederacy State Served: Georgia Unit Numbers: Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 22 March at the age of 27 Enlisted in Company A, 51st Infantry Regiment Georgia on 22 March POW on 01 June at Cold Harbor, VA Paroled on 02 March at Elmira, NY.

6th Regiment, Georgia Cavalry Overview: 6th Cavalry Regiment was formed in the spring of by consolidating the cavalry battalion of Smith's Georgia Legion and four independent cavalry companies.

During the conflict it served in Davidson's, J.J. Morrison's, C.C. Crews', and Iverson's Brigade. What would become the 50th Georgia Infantry was organized and mustered into Confederate service in March at Savannah, Georgia.

The various companies of the regiment were recruited in the south and southeastern parts of the state. The companies with county of origin: Company A- Sastilla Rangers, Pierce County Company B- Ware Volunteers Author: Tim Ware.

History of the 42nd Regiment, Georgia Volunteers, Confederate States Army, Infantry [W. Calhoun] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. About the Book History texts study and interpret the past as it may be understood from written documents.

The period before written records is called prehistory. Historians use a narrative to examine and analyse past events2/5(1). An amazingly well-researched and presented set of volumes on the complete roster of the primary Georgia units in Brigadier General George Anderson's Confederate Brigade.

Each of the 7th, 8th, 9th and 11th Georgia Volunteer Infantry Regiments have complete rosters set forth.5/5(2). Kay's Company Infantry "Franklin County Guards" Lane's Company Infantry "Jasper and Butts County Guards" 1st Georgia Legion: Georgia Marine Corps: Matthews' Company Infantry "East to West Point Guards" Medlin's Independent Company Infantry "High Shoals Defenders" Milner's Company Infantry "Madison County Home Guard".

History of the 14th Georgia Infantry Regiment - Ray Dewberry. This book covers the period of the U.S. Civil War and provides a detailed combat history of the 14th Georgia Infantry regiment of Lee's army.

The story is constructed around quotations from letters written home from soldiers of Company A. She was born on 7 October in Irwin Co, GA. and died in Coffee Co, Ga. in Elijah enlisted as a private in Company I on 4 March He also spent time in service with Company G of the 4 th Georgia (Clinch’s) Cavalry.

Pension records show he surrendered at Appomattox, Va. April 9, Ken - I am writing a book about the Confederate Counter Attack against Meade at Fredericksburg (which of course included the 61st Georgia) I have assembled the battle musters and am scheduled to publish the book in June (ready for the th Anniversary) I would love to use any information you have on your great great grandfather but always ask permission for reference.

Confederate States of America. Army. Georgia Infantry Regiment, 42nd, United States -- History Civil War, Regimental histories Georgia Infantry 42ndPages: In honor and remembrance of the ancestors who served with this regiment, lest they be forgotten, this regimental history is dedicated to: John A.

Coffee was born on 26 April in Georgia, the son of Peter Coffee and Susan Ann Bailey Rogers. John married Rebecca S. Daniel, my second cousin four times removed, daughter of James S. Daniel and Elizabeth Willcox.

In Crute’s book it states the 49 th Georgia was organized in November It appears this date refers to some of the companies such as the Pulaski Greys which were part of the 8 th Georgia and later assigned as Company K of the 49 th regiment.

It appears that on or about 22 Marchthe 49th Regiment Georgia Infantry as we know it was. [Identification of item], Confederate States of America Army, Georgia 3rd Infantry Regiment, Company C history and company roll, MSGeorgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.

Acquisition Information. Gift of Mrs. Maxie T. Knight, The Georgia 2nd Cavalry Regiment was organized in February at Albany, Georgia and was made up from men from Randolph, Dougherty, Clayton, Marion, Fulton, and Decatur counties.

It was mustered into Confederate service for 3 years of the war on 7 MAY - 22nd Regiment, Georgia Infantry (Confederate), Company C - 40th Regiment, Georgia Infantry (Confederate), Companies A and F - 41st Regiment, Georgia Infantry (Confederate), Company C - 60th Regiment, Georgia Infantry (Confederate), Company K.

Foster, W. A., and Thomas Allan Scott. Paulding County: its people and places. Roswell, Ga: W.H County Seat: Dallas. First Lieutenant J T Lewis, 8th Georgia Infantry, Company F, was appointed captain, 8th Georgia Infantry, Company F, on 4 July, Company G Pulaski Volunteers: CAPT.

T D L RYAN The company was accepted in Confederate service at Hawkinsville, Pulaski County, Georgia, on 15 May,and was mustered in state service for the war on 16 May, Sixth Georgia Infantry.

The first Confederate unit mustered from the state of Georgia, the Sixth Regiment was organized at Atlanta in May Alfred Colquitt was elected the first colonel of the unit, which included men from Baker, Butts, Crawford, Dade, Houston Mitchell, Oglethorpe, Taylor and Twiggs counties.

The regiment garrisoned Yorktown, Virginia from June until the spring of.The 13th Georgia had initially mustered into Confederate service on July 8, and served briefly with Brig. Gen. John B. Floyd's brigade in West Virginia, seeing minor action at the Battles of Sewell Mountain and Laurel Hill before being returned to Georgia due to sickness and lack of clothing suitable for the harsh winter climate in the.