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Lt. James T. Woodward Camp 1399
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Warner Robins, Georgia
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Confederate Units Research 

Flags of the CSA - God Save the South!

The units listed below are just a few of the Confederate Units being researched by the men of SCV Camp 1399. Most roster data below is from Lillian Henderson's work, Roster of the Confederate Soldiers of Georgia, 1861-1865 and Joseph H. Crute, Jr.'s Units of the Confederate States Army, Confederate staff officers, 1861-1865. Additional demographic, genealogical and burial information appended where known.

For other units, see these reference sources:
Georgia USGenWeb Soldier's Index by Surnames
Georgia USGenWeb Regimental Rosters
Ranger95.com Georgia Unit Rosters

 Designation

 Primary County

 Nickname

1st Alabama Infantry Company A

Tallapoosa County

"Tallapoosa Rifles"

1st Georgia Infantry Company C

Houston County

"States Rights Guard" (Ramsey's)

2nd GA Battalion (Independent) Infantry Company A

Muscogee County (Columbus)

"City Light Guards"

2nd GA Battalion (Independent) Infantry Company B

Bibb County

"Macon Volunteers"

2nd GA Battalion (Independent) Infantry Company C

Bibb County (Macon)

"Floyd Rifles"

2nd GA Battalion (Independent) Infantry Company D

Spalding County (Griffin)

"Spalding Grays"

34th Alabama Infantry Company F

Tallapoosa & Macon County

 

34th Alabama Infantry Company G

Tallapoosa County

 

3rd Georgia Infantry Company E

Houston County

"Governor's Guard"

6th Georgia Infantry Company C

Houston County

"Beauregard Rifles"

History 6th GA Infantry Company C "Beauregard Rifles"

Houston County

(1878) By Wendell D. Croom

6th Georgia Infantry Company G

Taylor County

"Butler Van Guards"

6th Georgia Infantry Company H

Baker County

"Baker County Fire Eaters"

6th Georgia Infantry Company I

Twiggs County

"Twiggs County Guards"

8th Georgia Infantry - Company B

Chatham County

"Oglethorpe Light Infantry"

8th Georgia Cavalry - Company G

Houston County

(formed from Co.G 62nd GA Inf )

10th GA Infantry Battalion - Company A

Macon County

"Macon County Guards"

10th GA Infantry Battalion - Company D

Bibb County

"Whittle Guards"

11th Georgia Infantry - Company K

Houston County

"Houston Volunteers"

12th Georgia Infantry - Company B

Jones County

"Jones Volunteers"

12th Georgia Infantry - Company C

Macon County

"Davis Rifles"

12th Georgia Infantry - Company D

Calhoun County

"Calhoun Rifles" **

12th Georgia Infantry - Company F

Dooly County

"Davis Guards"

12th Georgia Infantry - Company G

Putnam County

"Putnam Light Infantry"

12th Georgia Infantry - Company H

Bibb County

"Central City Blues"

12th Georgia Infantry - Company I

Lowndes County

"Lowndes Volunteers"

14th Battalion Georgia Light Artillery - Company A

Houston County

"Southern Rights Battery" (Palmer's/Havis')

22nd Georgia Heavy Artillery - Company B

Macon County

 

25th Georgia Infantry - Company K

Macon County

"Wise Guards"

26th Georgia Infantry - Company E

Twiggs County

"Faulk Invincibles"

27th Georgia Infantry - Company B

Bibb County

"Rutland Grays"

30th Georgia Infantry - Company D

Bibb County

"Huguenin Rifles"

45th Georgia Infantry - Company A

Bibb County

"Gresham Rifles"

45th Georgia Infantry - Company B

Monroe County

"Rutland Volunteers"

45th Georgia Infantry - Company C

Dooly County

"Dooly Volunteers"

45th Georgia Infantry - Company D

Monroe County

"McCowan Guards"

45th Georgia Infantry - Company E

Taylor County

"Taylor Volunteers"

45th Georgia Infantry - Company F

Jones County

"Gray Infantry" or "Gray Volunteers"

45th Georgia Infantry - Company G

Baldwin County

"Myrick Volunteers"

45th Georgia Infantry - Company H

Houston County

"Henderson Rangers"

45th Georgia Infantry - Company I

Butts County

"Byars Volunteers"

45th Georgia Infantry - Company K

Crawford County

"Ray Guards"

48th Georgia Infantry - Company F

Johnson County

"Battleground Guards"

48th Georgia Infantry - Company G

Twiggs County

"Slappey Guards"

55th Georgia Infantry - Company A

Randolph County

"Raldolph Guards"

55th Georgia Infantry - Company C

Dooly County

 

57th Georgia Infantry - Company D

Wilkerson County

"Smith Guards"

57th Georgia Infantry - Company E

Houston County

 

57th Georgia Infantry - Company F

Crawford County

"Bragg Rifles"

57th Georgia Infantry - Company I

Laurens/Wilkinson County

"Barkuloo Rifles"

57th Georgia Infantry - Company K

Wilkinson County

"Oconee Greys"

59th Georgia Infantry - Company A

Decatur County

"Confederate Volunteers"

59th Georgia Infantry - Company B

Washington County

"Jackson Guards"

59th Georgia Infantry - Company C

Taylor County

"Arthur Greys" (**Regiment History & info)

59th Georgia Infantry - Company D

Washington & Hancock County

"Bullard Guards"

59th Georgia Infantry - Company E

Clay County

"Cotton Planter Guards"

59th Georgia Infantry - Company F

Worth County

"Worth Infantry"

59th Georgia Infantry - Company G

Marion County

"Sidney Johnstons"

59th Georgia Infantry - Company H

Marion County

"Jack Browns"

59th Georgia Infantry - Company I

Hancock County

"Turner Guards"

59th Georgia Infantry - Company K

Bibb County

"Lockett Volunteers"

60th Georgia Infantry - Company A

Meriwether County

(from Co. E, 2nd NC Inf Batn)

61st Georgia Infantry - Company I

Bibb County

"Thompson Guards"

62nd Georgia Cavalry - Company B

"Milford Guards"

(Reformed as Co.B 8th GA Cavalry)

62nd Georgia Infantry - Company G

Houston County

(Reformed as Co.G 8th GA Cavalry)

62nd Georgia Infantry - Company K

Macon County

(Reformed as Co.K 8th GA Cavalry)

64th Georgia Infantry - Company G

Bibb & Terrell County

 

66th Georgia Infantry - Company A

Bibb & other Counties

 

66th Georgia Infantry - Company D

Bibb & Jones County

"Mangham Infantry"

God Save the South!

Charge to the Sons Of Confederate Veterans

" To you Sons of Confederate Veterans, we submit the vindication of the cause for which we fought; to your strength will be given the defense of the Confederate soldiers' good name, the guardianship of his history, the emulation of his virtues, the perpetuation of those principles he loved and which made him glorious and which you also cherish. Remember, it is your duty to see that the true history of the south is presented to future generations ." 
    Lt. General Stephen Dill Lee, Commander General, United Confederate Veterans,
New Orleans, Louisiana, 1906