3 edition of any C of the Twenty-second Georgia Infantry Regiment in Confederate service found in the catalog.
any C of the Twenty-second Georgia Infantry Regiment in Confederate service
Dorothy Holland Herring
by D.H. Herring in Morrow, Ga
Includes bibliographical references (p. 319) and index.
|Statement||Dorothy Holland Herring.|
|LC Classifications||E559.5 22nd .H47 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||330 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||330|
|LC Control Number||98146727|
MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY B, 56th REGIMENT GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY ARMY OF TENNESSEE C. S. A. CARROLL COUNTY, GEORGIA. Martin, James Blanchard-Elected Captain of Co. D, 3d Regiment Ga. State Troops Octo Mustered out at Savannah, Ga. Ap At the reunion of the Third Georgia Regiment, at Union Point, on the 31st July, THIRD REGIMENT GEORGIA VOLUNTEERS from Heros and Martyrs of Georgia Georgia's Record in the Revolution of by James M. Folsom. (Provided by Allen Atkinson, Warner Robins, GA) VETERANS OF THE 3RD GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.
The 12th Georgia Infantry completed its organization in June of at Richmond, Va. Its members were from the counties of Sumter, Jones, Macon, Calhoun, Muscogee, Dooly, Putnam, Bibb, Lowndes and Marion. Upon its arrival in western Virginia, the regiment was assigned to H. R. Jackson's command and participated in Lee's Cheat Mountain campaign. March 3: Colonel Hood was promoted to brigadier general, commanding the 1st, 4th and 5th Texas and the 18th Georgia. May 7: Eltham’s Landing: June Battle of Gaines’ Mill. The regiment broke the Federal lines, losing 37 men killed and wounded.
34th Regiment Infantry: 35th Regiment Infantry: 35th Battalion Infantry: 36th Regiment Infantry: 36th Regiment Infantry "Broyles'" 36th Regiment Infantry "Villepigue's" 37th Regiment Infantry: 37th Regiment Militia: 38th Regiment Infantry: 39th Regiment Infantry: 40th Regiment Infantry: 40th Battalion Infantry: 41st Regiment Infantry. [Unidentified Civil War veterans of Co. K, 34th Georgia Infantry Regiment, Roopville, Georgia] / Photo by Jacobs. Summary Photograph shows group portrait of Confederate veterans in front of barn. Created / Published J Subject Headings.
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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.