Category Archives: Georgia Regiments

Reuben Johnson Morris, Co D, 37th Georgia Infantry

1. Full names of soldier. Rueben Johnson Morris 2. Rank, unit served with, etc. 37th Georgia Vol Inf (prior to May 63 9th Ga Inf Battalion) 3. Any personal info about the soldier that you’re aware of. Married May 1865, Amelia Levinia Wells, Hart Co … Continue reading

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George W. Whitecotton, 37th GA Infantry, killed at Franklin, buried at McGavock

Military Service:  On the MurrayCountyMuseum.com website he is listed on the enrollment for CSA:  Roster of 3 GA Battalion a Company Organized or Recruited from Murray County, Georgia, June 10th, 1861, which company was known as Company B, known as … Continue reading

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Thomas Jefferson Streetman, Company G, 56th GA Infantry

Mustered in May 1862 at Milton, GA with various relatives. He was paid a $50 bounty. Captured at Vicksburg July 4, 1863, paroled, re-enlisted.  Served until end of war.  Moved to Tennessee and died there in about 1921. His Father … Continue reading

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Emanuel Cisero Waters, Company H, 1st Georgia Infantry

My GG Grandfather Emanuel Cisero Waters fought in Bate’s Division, Jackson’s Brigade, 1st Georgia Confederate Regiment, 2nd Co. H at Franklin. Submitted by Bret Arnold

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Pvt William Thomas Gamel, Co. C, 30th Georgia Infantry

My G-G Granduncle, Pvt William Thomas Gamel, Co. C, 30th Georgia Infantry Submitted by Steven L. Brock

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Moses Merrideth Burt, 52nd Georgia Infantry

My great-great grandfather was Moses Merrideth Burt. 52nd Georgia. Family stories say he was an ambulance driver. I imagine he was very busy after battle. Submitted by Tim Stowers

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George W. Wheless, Company H, 37th Georgia, Bate’s Brigade

My Great Grandfather , my Mother’s Grandfather , (George W. Wheless {often misspelled Wheeless} was in Company H, 37th Georgia, Bate’s Brigade at Franklin. He went on to fight at Nashville and surrendered in North Carolina. He also fought at … Continue reading

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