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SECOND (2nd) GEORGIA INDEPENDENT INFANTRY BATTALION [Company Rosters BELOW]



Established 20 December 1860 as the Independent Volunteer Battalion of Macon to contain

all-volunteer militia companies in that city, including the Macon Volunteers

(organized in 1825) and the Floyd Rifles (organized in 1841). Entered Confederate States

service 20 April 1861; reorganized 22 April 1861 as the 2d Battalion, Georgia Infantry,

to consist of the following companies:

A. City Light Guards (Columbus), COMPANY A 2nd GA Bn

B. Macon Volunteers (Macon), COMPANY B 2nd GA Bn

C. Floyd Rifles (Macon), COMPANY C 2nd GA Bn

D. Spalding Grays (Griffin), COMPANY D 2nd GA Bn and



Surrendered 9 April 1865 at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, and paroled.



=== Second Independent Georgia Infantry Battalion ===

2nd Independent Infantry Battalion was assembled at Norfolk, Virginia, in April, 1861.

The unit contained four companies; two from Macon, one from Columbus, and one from Griffin.

It served in North Carolina, then returned to Virginia during the Seven Days' Battles and

fought at Malvern Cliff under General J.G. Walker. Transferred to A.R. Wright's Brigade,

the battalion was active in the campaigns of the Army of Northern Virginia from

Fredericksburg to Appomattox. It reported 2 killed and 26 wounded at Chancellorsville and

lost more than forty-five percent of the 173 engaged at Gettysburg. The unit surrendered

8 officers and 74 men in April, 1865. Its commanders were Majors Thomas Hardeman, Jr.,

C.J. Moffett, and George W. Ross.

SOURCE: http://www.ranger95.com/civil_war/georgia/infantry/2nd_inf_bn.html



Macon Daily Telegraph 23-Apr-1861 Page 2, column 7 includes Telegrams received from

Wilmington, NC from 2nd Batn, CH Rogers, CH Freeman



SOURCE for list below is National Park Service CWSS (Civil War Soldiers & Sailors) System database

Name and rank info supplemented with various genealogy, census and reference sources.



COMPANY A "City Light Guards" Columbus, GA - 2nd GA Bn

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First Name Last Name Company Rank_In Rank_Out

Hawkins J. Abbott A Private Private

John Adams A Private Private

Stephen W. Alexander A Corporal Corporal

Willis S. Alexander A Corporal Corporal

James A. Allen A Private Private

Warren J. Allston A Private Private

Warren J. Alston A Private Private

Edward L. Bailey A Private Private

Charles E. Booher A Private Private

C. E. Booker A Private

Henry Brown A Private Private

James G. Brown A Private Private

Thomas F. Brown A Private Private

George M. Bryan A Private Private

Richard M. Bugg A Private Sergeant

Walter S. Bussey A Private Private

Jamaes J. Cairnes A Private Private

John C. Calhoun A Private Private

Daniel F. Cargill A Private Private

James E. Cargill A Private Private

James J. Carnes A Private Private

Robert A. Chambers A Lieutenant Lieutenant

Oliver C. Cleaveland A Private Private

Oliver C. Cleveland A Private Private

John M. Coleman A Private Private

Hugh H. Colquitt A Private Private

Peyton H. Colquitt A Captain Captain

James Conley A Private Private

John Cook A Private Private

William A. Cook A Private Private

James A. Cox A Private Private

Mark Dailey A Private Private

Mark Daily A Private Private

T. J. Dales A Private Private

Mark Daly A Private Private

John F. Dauson A Private Private

James D. Davis A Private Private

James T. Davis A Private Private

John F. Dawson A Private Private

Thomas J. Deaton A Private Private

Thomas J. Devore A Private Private

Thos. J. Devose A Private

George W. Doles A Private Private

R. H. Doles A Private Private

Rodom A. Doles A Private Private

Thomas J. Doles A Private Private

Christopher C. Dunn A Private Sergeant

Columbus C. Dunn A Private Sergeant

John Eastler A Private Private

Turner T. Edmonds A Private Private

I.T. Edmunds A Private Private

Thomas T. Edmunds A Private Private

Turner T. Edmunds A Private Private

John S. Esler A Private Private

Charles E. Estes A Private Private

Richard N. Estes A Private Private

Zenus M. Estes A Private Private

John S. Estler A Private Private

J.P. Feorguson A Private Private

John P. Ferguson A Private Private

D.W.P. Foley A Private Private

Daniel W. Foley A Private Private

Dennis Foley A Private Sergeant

Dennis Foly A Private Sergeant

Wesley S. Freeman A Private First Sergeant

James J. Fricker A Private Private

James Fricker, Jr. A Private Private

J. P. Furguson A Private Private

Thomas J. Garrison A Private Private

John D. Godwin A Private Private

John M. Goetchins A Private Private

William E. Goetchins A Private Private

Peter J. Golden A Private Private

Thomas M. Golden A Private Private

Edward Goldman A Private Private

William W. Grant A Private Private

Henry R. Greenwood A Private Private

Charles H. Hamm A Private Private

Peter Harris A Musician Musician

J.P. Hawkins A Private Private

John Hawkins A Private Private

John M. Hawkins A Private Private

Benj. F. Hazleton A Private

George W. Henderson A Private Private

Henry Hennes A Private Private

Charles E. Holmes A Private Private

Cincinnatus L. Huff A Private Private

Nathaniel G. Huff A Private Private

Daniel I' Bryan A Private Private

Garrison James A Private Private

W.L. Jarroll A Private Private

J.E. Jenkens A Private Private

Felix J. Jenkins A Private Corporal

John E. Jenkins A Private Private

Benjamin E. Johnson A Private Private

D.E. Johnson A Private Private

Richard Johnson A Private Private

Richard M. Johnson A Private Private

Thomas J. Johnson A Private Private

Alexander M. Kimbrough A Private First Lieutenant

Albert F. Langford A Private Private

E.B. Langford A Private Private

Ebenezer T. Langford A Private Private

John Lee A Private Private

Louis H. Leob A Private Private

Robert B. Lockhart A Private Sergeant

Louis H. Loeb A Private Private

Louis H. Loebe A Private Private

Grigsby T. Long A Private Private

Samuel Louther A Private Private

Samuel Lowther A Private Private

Albert M. Lurid A Sergeant Sergeant

M.A. Martin A Private Private

W.A. Martin A Private Private

William Martin A Private Private

William W. Martin A Private Private

William D. Matthews A Sergeant Sergeant

Gean Mayo A Private Second Sergeant

Z.M. Mayo A Private Sergeant

Zachariah N. Mayo A Private Sergeant

Edward E. McDonald A Private Private

Christopher C. McGehee A Private Private

Christopher C. McGhee A Private Private

A.C. McIntyre, Jr. A Private Private

James D. McKay A Private Private

William T. McKendree A Private Private

John J. McKendree, Jr. A Corporal Private

Moses Metzger A Private Private

W.B. Metzger A Private Private

W. Henry Mims A Private Private

W. James Mims A Private Private

William H. Mims A Private Private

William J. Mims A Private Private

Jordan H. Mitchell A Private Private

Julius C. Mitchell A Private Private

Napoleon B. Mitchell A Private Private

Randolph Mitchell A Private Private

Uriah P. Mitchell A Private Private



Charles J. Moffett A 1st Lieutenant Major

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"Captain Charles J. Moffett, born in Muscogee County, Geordia on May 29, 1834.

In 1859 he was elected 4th Lieutenant of Columbus City Light Guards and was 1st

Lieutenant when hostilities began. On April 19, 1861 his company [A] was sent

with three others (Macon Volunteers [B], Floyd Rifles [C], and Spaulding Greys [D])

to Portsmouth, Virginia. These four companies organized the 2nd Georgia Battalion.

At Gettysburg, Major George W. Ross, in command of the battalion, was mortally

wounded on July 2 [1863], while trying to remove some Federal cannon from Cemetery [Ridge] ...

Captain Moffett then took command of the battalion ... and afterwards was promoted to Major."

SOURCE: Confederate Military History, Extended Addition, Vol. XII (Missouri), pp. 365-367



William L. Nisbet A Private Private

William J. Nixon A Private Private

Daniel O'Brien A Private Private

J.G. Odem A Private Private

John T. Odom A Private Private

John B. Oliver A Private Private

Wesley A. Oliver A Private Private

Edward B. O'Neal A Private Private

John R. O'Neal A Private Private

E.B. O'Neil A Private Private

Edwin B. O'Neill A Private Private

E.B. O'Niel A Private Private

John O'Niel A Private Private

John W. Owens A Private Private

Joseph P. Parker A Private Corporal

Gideon J. Peacock A Private Second Lieutenant

Albert Porter A Private Private

A.J. Price A Private Private

A. W. Rahn A Private Private

Alex M. Rahn A Private Private

Joseph J. Reese A Private Private

Michael J. Riley A Private Private

Lewis A. Robert A Private Private

Rufus P. Robinson A Private Private

William S. Robinson A Private Lieutenant/Adjutant

R.E. Rucker A Private Private

Richard Z. Rucker A Private Private

T.A. Rucker A Private

James P. Ryan A Private Private

Henry M. Sapp A Brevet 2nd Lt Captain

Edward B. Schley A Private Hospital Steward

Wesley Schley A Musician Musician

Philip F. Schley, Jr. A Private Private

Willis C. Seats A Private Private

C. C. Shepherdson A Private Second Lieutenant

B. S. Shepherson A Private Private

Benjamin S. Shepperson A Private Private

Clement C. Shepperson A Private Second Lieutenant

George P. Shepperson A Private Private

Robert Sheridan A Corporal Private

James A. Shinglear A 2nd Lieutenant Second Lieutenant

James A. Shingler A 2nd Lieutenant Second Lieutenant

James A. Shingleur A 2nd Lieutenant Second Lieutenant

Charles A. Shivers A Private Private

P. B. Simmers A Private Private

Peter B. Sims A Private Private

William F. Snider A Private Private

Isaac Stearn A Private Private

Isaac Sterne A Private Private

George W. Stovall A Private Private

Langdon C. Strong A Private Private

James Sullivan A Private Private

Thomas Swanson A Private Private

T. Swenson A Private Private

Charles F Taliaferro A Private Private

Grigsby E. Thomas Jr. A Private Private

Charlton Thompson A Private Private

Thomas D. Threwitts A Private Private

Micajah W. Thweatt A Private Private

Sowell W. Thweatt A Private Private

Thacker H. Thweatt A Private Private

M.L. Torbet A Private Private

H.M.L. Torbett A Private Private

Henri M.L. Torbitt A Private Private

James A. Treadwell A Private Private

William J. Underwood A Corporal Corporal

David D. Updegraff A Private Corporal

J.D.D. Updegraff A Private Corporal

J. Van Valkenburgh A Private Private

Wesley C. Vincent A Private Private

W. E. Vinson A Private Private

Wesley C. Vinson A Private Private

Edward P. Wagner A Private Sergeant

Thomas Waldron A Private Private

John E. Walker A Private Private

W. C. Washington A Private Private

T.A. Wells A Private Corporal

Levi P. Wheeler A Private Private

Ellsberry V. White A Sergeant First Sergeant

William R. Wilkenson A Private Private

Rufus W. Wilkerson A Private Private

William Rufus Wilkerson A Private Private

W.R. Wilkinson A Private Private

W.R. Wilkson A Private Private

Benjamin B. Williams A Private Private

Daniel E. Williams A Private Private

William H. Williams A First Sergeant First Lieutenant

William C. Withington A Private Private

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http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/bibb/military/cob2batt.txt

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COMPANY B "Macon Volunteers" (Macon, GA), COMPANY B 2nd GA Bn



First Name Last Name Company Rank_In Rank_Out

James M. Allston B Private Private



Joseph A. Allston B Private Private



J. M. Alston B Private Private

** private January 1, 1862. Elected Captain in 1863. Surrendered,

Appomattox, VA April 9, 1865



Joseph A. Alston B Private Private

** Enlisted as a private in Co. E, 3d GA Inf April 26, 1861.

Transferred to Co. B, 2d Battn. GA Inf September 1, 1863.

Surrendered, Appomattox, VA April 9, 1865 .



Edward D. Amos B Private Private



Frank M. Amos B Private Private

private April 20, 1861. Captured at Gettysburg, PA July 5, 1863.

Imprisoned at Fort Delaware, Del. and Point Lookout, Md., where he was

paroled for exchange in 1864. Received at Venus Point, Savannah River,

Ga. November 15, 1864. No later record.



Charles Fox Baldwin B Private Private

private June 1, 1861. Transferred to Co. K, 62nd GA Inf</A> December 28, 1863;

to Co. K, 8th Regiment GA Cavalry July 11, 1864. Furloughed for 24 days December 12, 1864.

No later record.

http://www.ranger95.com/civil_war/georgia/infantry/rosters/roster2/62nd_inf_regt_rost_k.html



Washington P. Baldwin B Private Private

** or William Pitt



William Pitt Baldwin B Private Private

** private June 3, 1861. Transferred to Co. C, 62nd GA Inf October 1, 1862.

Appointed Ordnance Sergeant October 4, 1862; Captain & Assistant Commissary

of Subsistence June 29, 1863. Transferred to 8th GA Cavalry, as Captain and A. C. S.,

July 11, 1864. Inspection report dated January 31, 1865 shows him absent,

at Marshallville, Ga. since January 28, 1865. No later record.



Edward Ballard B Private Private

Edward Baltard B Private Private



Henry N. Bass B Private Private

** private October 9, 1861. Transferred to Hampton's Legion South Carolina Cavalry in 1862.



John Hix Bass B Private Private

** John Hicks Bass Enlisted as a private in Company B, 2nd Battalion GA Inf, April 20, 1861.

Appointed Sergeant Major of the 61st Regiment Georgia Infantry, October 6, 1862.

http://www.ranger95.com/civil_war/georgia/infantry/rosters/roster2/61st_inf_regt_rost_fld_staff.html



John T. Bass B Private Sergeant

** private April 20, 1861. Appointed 3d Sergeant October l, 1862. Killed at Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863.



Nathan H. Bass B Private



John I. Baxter B Private Private

** Baxter, John Springs-- private October 31, 1861.

Appointed Assistant Surgeon May 2, 1862; Surgeon of the 46th GA Inf (to rank from September

22, 1862 ) December 4, 1862 . Surrendered at Greensboro, N. C. April 26, 1865.



Ruf. E. M. Bearden B Private



Rufus M. Bearden B Private Private

** private April 20, 1861. Appointed Adjutant of 2nd Tennessee Regiment.



E. Hilliard Beasley B Private Private



William H. Beaver B Private Private

** private April 20, 1861. Transferred by S. O. #276 September 12, 1861



Charles Benger B Musician Musician (colored)



Charles Benns B Private Private

** private July 4, 1862. Substitute. Killed at Gettysburg, Pa July 2, 1863.



William F. Benton B Corporal Corporal

** Benton, William E. (or William A.) - 3d Corporal April 20, 1861.

Discharged by Secretary of War August 8, 1861 and assigned to Telegraphic Corps.



Nathan N. Boss B Private Private



Joel Branham B Private Private

** private April 20, 1861. Appears last on roll for November December 1861. Pension

records show he was discharged, disability, January 16, 1862 . (Resident of Ga. since 1836.)



ADDENDUM:Joel Branham,

born 8-28-35 and died 6-16-1922 buried: Myrtle Hill Cemetery, Rome Georgia.

After the war he was Judge US district court out of Rome. Married to

Georgia Clarendon Cuyler, on April 20, 1861 immediately before leaving with

his newly joined battalion for the war in Virginia.

Researcher: wrbranhamv@aol.com



Junius W. Branham B Private Private

private August 7, 1861. Appointed 2d Lieutenant and Drillmaster (to rank from

October 29, 1862), November 7, 1862. No later record.



ADDENDUM:Junius Wingfield Branham, born 07/27/1841 and died 07/30/1915 buried: Oxford

Historical Cemetery, Oxford Georgia. married: Laura Sassnet

married: Sara (Sallie) Amanda Stone. Life member of UCV

Researcher: wrbranhamv@aol.com



Theodore F. Brantley B Private Private

private May 1, 1862. Captured at Deep Bottom, VA August 16, 1864.

Paroled at Point Lookout, MD and transferred to Aiken's Landing, VA for exchange March 14, 1865.

Received at Boulware & Cox's Wharves, James River, VA, March 16, 1865. Admitted to Jackson Hospital at

Richmond, VA March 17, 1865, and furloughed for 60 days March 28, 1865.



Ed. Brown B Private Private



John E. Brown B Private Private

private May 13, 1862. Detailed at Macon, GA in C. S. Armory in 1864.



Joseph E. Brown B Private Private

Walter Edgar Brown B Private Private

William F. Brown B Private Private



Albert G. Butts B 1st Lieutenant First Lieutenant

1st Lieutenant April 20, 1861. Appointed Adjutant in 1862 .

Resigned, disability,August 21, 1863



Charles E. Campbell B Corporal Sergeant

Campbell, Charles E. 5th Corporal April 20, 1861. Appointed 4th Sergeant November 1, 1861.

Discharged, disability, at Wilmington, N. C. May 24, 1862.

Enlisted as a private in Co. D, 14th Battn. Ga. Inf. State Guards August l, 1863,

term of service six months. Elected Jr. 2d Lieutenant of Campbell's

Independent Company GA Siege Artillery December 31, 1864. Roll to May 6, 1865,

last on file, "does not show him absent.

http://files.usgwarchives.org/fl/wakulla/military/gsiege.txt





G. H. Campbell B First Sergeant First Lieutenant



James H. Campbell B Private Private

private May 1, 1862. Wounded June 1863. Elected 2nd Lieutenant of Co. B,

29th Battn. GA Cavalry September 23, 1863. Paroled at Tallahassee, FL May 18, 1865.



Thomas K. Campbell B Sergeant Lieutenant

** 1st Sergeant April 20, 1861. Elected 2d Lieutenant September 23, 1862.

Killed at Gettysburg, Pa. July 2, 1863





William B. Carter B Private Corporal



Bradford G. Castleten B Private Private

Enlisted private in Co. C, 8th Batn. GA State Guards Cavalry (Cumming's), August 4, 1863.

Mustered out at Atlanta, GA February 3, 1864. Enlisted as private in Co. B, 2d Batn. GA

Inf August 19, 1864. Discharged, disability, October 6, 1864. On detail in Salt Works at Forsyth,

GA December 1864 -April 1865. (Born in Upson County, GA June 30, 1843.)



John A. Cobb B Private Private

private April 20, 1861. Transferred to Co. H, 16th GA Inf August 11, 1861.

Appointed Quartermaster Sergeant August 1861; Aide-de-Camp to General Howell Cobb February 12,1862;

A. D. C. and Acting Adjutant General to Major-General Howell Cobb September 9, 1863. Roll for July

-August 1864, last on which borne, shows him absent without leave.



Lamar Cobb B Private Private

private April 16, 1861. Appointed Sergeant Major of the 16th GA Inf July 31, 1861;

1st Lieutenant and Aide-de-Camp to General Howell Cobb (to rank from September 27, 1862),

November 10, 1862; Captain & A. A. General June 25, 1863; Major and A. A.General December 14, 1863.

On duty with General Cobb February 13, 1865. No later record.



Appleton P. Collins B Private Private

private May 17, 1861. Appointed Assistant Surgeon October 1, 1862. In charge of smallpox ward

at Macon, GA hospital close of war.



Thomas Collins B Private Private

private April 20, 1861. Killed at Petersburg, VA July 23, 1864.



Charles G. Conner B Private Corporal

Discharged by S.O. #155 and assigned to Telegraphic Corps September 17, 1861.



Granville C. Conner B Brevet 2nd Lt Private

** Jr. 2d Lieutenant April 20, 1861. Appointed Adjutant, with

rank of 1st Lieutenant, of the 61st Regiment GA Inf. April 1, 1863.

Captured at Strasburg, VA October 19, 1864. Released at Fort Delaware, DE May 30, 1865.

http://www.ranger95.com/civil_war/georgia/infantry/rosters/roster2/61st_inf_regt_rost_fld_staff.html



Zephaniah T. Conner B Private Private

private April 20, 1861. Captured at Salisbury, NC April 12, 1865.

Released at Camp Chase, OH June 13, 1865.



J. Osgood A. Cook B Private Chaplain

Private July 22, 1861. Appointed Chaplain April 1862. Captured at Gettysburg, PA July 1863.

Exchanged and assigned to Post duty at Union Springs, AL on account of follicular pharyngitis

November 29, 1864. No later record.



Samuel K. Cook B Private Sergeant Major

private April 20, 1861. Appointed Sergeant Major in 1862. Roll for October 1864,

last on file, shows him present. No later record.



Harry M. Cottingham B Private Private



Henny M. Cottingham B Private Private

Cottingham, Henry M. - private April 20, 1861. Appointed 5th Sergeant.

Wounded at Spotsylvania, VA May 14, 1864. Transferred to Cavalry in 1865. (Born in Ga.)





J. Sedgewick Cowles B Private Private

Cowles, Jerry Sedgewick - private June 6, 1861. Transferred to Co. A, 25th GA Inf in 1862.

Appointed Quartermaster Sergeant of the 59th GA Inf September 16, 1862. Transferred to Co. G,

October 16, 1862. Captured at Amelia Court House, VA April 5, 1865.

Released at Point Lookout, MD June 19, 1865. - Listed as "Coles, Jerry Sedgewick"

http://scvcamp1399.org/units/59thGA_CoG.php

http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/marion/military/civilwar/rosters/marg59.txt

http://www.ranger95.com/civil_war/georgia/infantry/rosters/roster2/59th_inf_regt_rost_fld_staff.html





Jerry S. Cowles B Private Private



Young Daniel B Private Corporal

private May 5, 1861. Appointed 1st Corporal October 1862. Died at Richmond,

VA November 25, 1862. Buried there in Hollywood Cemetery.



D.D. Davidson B Private Private



David Davidson B Private Private

private May 15, 1862. Wounded and captured at Gettysburg, PA July 2, 1863. In DeCamp

General Hospital, Davids Island, New York Harbor, July 17-24, 1863. No later record.



Gilbert M.L. Davis B Private Private

Jacob Davis B Private Private

D. Davison B Private Private



Marshall De Graffenreid B First Sergeant First Sergeant

private April 20, 1861. Elected Jr. 2d Lieutenant of Co. F,

1st GA Regulars February 5, 1862;1st Lieutenant August 25, 1864. No later record.

(Born 21-February 1834, died 18th May 1898; married Mary Hazlehurst Plant 6-Oct-1875).

http://www.hillmanc.fsnet.co.uk/hall.htm



Isaac Dessan B Corporal Sergeant

** Dessau, Isaac - 1st Corporal April 20, 1861. Appointed 3d Sergeant November 1, 1861.

Captured at Manassas Gap, VA July 23, 1863. Paroled at Hamnhond U. S.

General Hospital at Point Lookout, Md. and transferred

to City Point, Va. for exchange March 6, 1864.

Elected Jr. 2d Lieutenant of Co. E, 1st Regiment GA Regulars July 28, 1864.

No later record.



DESSAU?



Naphthali Dessan B Private Private

Robert A. Dillard B Private Private



George D. Dingler B Private Private

private April 20, 1861. Discharged, overage, September 15, 1862. Enlisted as

a private in Co. F, 28th Batn. GA Siege Artillery August 21, 1863. Appointed 1st Sergeant.

Roll for December 31, 1864, last on file, shows him present. No later record.

(Born in Wittenberg, Europe, in 1827.Buried in Rose Hill Cemetery at Macon, Ga.)

http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/military/civilwar/28thartillery.txt



J. G. Dixon B Private Private

J.H. Doyal B Private

William H. Dunn B Private Private



David M. Durrett B Private Private

Durrett, David M. -- private May 17, 1861. Captured at Manassas Gap, VA July 23, 1863.

Paroled at Point Lookout, MD December 24, 1863. Received at City Point, VA for exchange December 28, 1863.

Surrendered, Appomattox, VA April 9, 1865.



David M. Durritt B Private Private



Thomas J. Dyson B Private Private

Dyson, Thomas J. - private May 5, 1861. Transferred to Co. A, 57th GA INF May 1, 1862.

Appointed Adjutant May 1, 1862. Killed at Baker's Creek, MS May 16, 1863.

http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/military/civilwar/rosters/57threg.txt



Augustus L. Ehlers B Private Private

Stephen Elders B Private Private



Charles K. Emmell B Private Private

Transferred to Signal Corps in 1862.



Isaac B. English B Private Private

English, Isaac Buckingham-- Wounded and permanently disabled at Deep Bottom, VA August 16, 1864.



David M. Flanders B Private Private

private May 17, 1861. Discharged, disability, at Drewry's Bluff, VA June 18, 1862.

Enlisted as a private in Jackson Artillery (later Massenburg's Battery), March 1, 1864. Paroled

at Meridian, MS May 9, 1865. Born in Bibb County, Ga. in 1840.



Cleveland B. Franklin B Private Private

Franklin, Cleveland D. (or Cleveland B.)-- private May 1, 1862. Wounded at Gettysburg, PA July 2, 1863.



Edward J. Granniss B Sergeant First Lieutenant

** Edward C. (or Edward J.) - 2d Sergeant April 20, 1861.

Elected 1st Lieutenant September 23, 1862.

Killed at Gettysburg, Pa. July 2, 1863



Henry L. Graves B Private Private

Graves, Henry Lee- private August 7, 1861. Discharged, disability, at GA Barracks, Norfolk, VA,

January 19, 1862. Appointed 2d Lieutenant in C. S. Marine Corps October 24, 1862. Stationed on Steamer

Savannah. Nominated 1st Lieutenant December 1863. Ordered to report to Flag Officer Tattnall, commanding

Savannah station, February 1, 1864. Paroled at Greensboro, NC April 26, 1865. Born in GA.



Charles G. Graybill B Private Private

James E. Graybill B Private Private



John Grieve B Private Private

private September 1862. Captured at Gettysburg, PA July 2, 1863. Exchanged. Elected

Lieutenant in Co. C, 1st GA Regulars in 1864.



John Grieves B Private Private

John R. Griffin B Private Private



Walter B. Griffin B Private Private

private August 7, 1861. Elected 2nd Lieutenant of Co. I, 1st GA Regulars July 15, 1862.

Captured at Oxford, GA July 22, 1864. Released at Johnson's Island, OH July 14, 1865.



Charles W. Gruber B Private Private

private September 1862. Surrendered, Appomattox, Va. April 9, 1865.



Moses C. Halloway B Private Private

George W. Hardie B Ensign Ensign

Robert C. Hardie B Private Private



R.B. Hardman B Private Private

Hardeman, Robert Vines-- private January 1, 1862. Transferred to Co. F, 45th GA Inf March 1863.

Detailed Division Provost Guard April 1864. Furloughed for 30 days from February 8, 1865. No

later record. Born in Jones County, GA February 19, 1843.



James G. Harrison B Private Sergeant

private April 20, 1861. Appointed Sergeant. Surrendered, Appomattox, VA April 9, 1865.





William L. Hart B Private Private

George B. Hempsted B Private Private



A. Taziwell Hightower B Private Private

Hightower, A. T. - private May 1, 1862. Killed at Deep Bottom, VA August 16, 1864.



Hiram D. Hill B Private Sergeant

Hill, Hiram David-- private April 20, 1861. Appointed 3d Corporal October 1, 1862; Sergeant.

Surrendered, Appomattox, VA April 9, 1865. (Resident of Ga. since 1842.)





Oliver C. Hill B Private Private



Thomas J. Hill B Private Private

Hill, Thomas J. Enlisted as a private in Co. A, 1st Independent Batn. GA State Troops October 21, 1861.

Mustered out at Camp Lee near Savannah, Ga. May 2, 1862. Enlisted as private Co. B,

2d Batn. GA Inf April 25, 1864. Surrendered, Appomattox, VA April 9, 1865. (Born in Monroe County, GA in 1845.)



Joel W. Hogg B



M.C. Holloway B Private Private

Holloway, Moses C. Enlisted as a private in Macon Light Artillery May 3, 1862.

Transferred to Co. B, 2nd Batn GA Inf September 27, 1862. Deserted in front of

Petersburg, VA in 1865. Received by Provost Marshal General, Army of Potomac, as a deserter,

February 23, 1865. Sent to Provost Marshal General, Washington, D. C. February 24, 1865.

Appears also on rolls of Jackson and Napier's Artillery.



M.C. Holoway B Private Private



Allen F. Holt B Private Corporal

Holt, Allen F. - private April 20, 1861. Appointed 4th Corporal November 1, 1862. Transferred

to Co. F, 10th GA Cavalry in 1864.



William A. Hopson B Private Private

Hopson, William Allis-- private July 6, 1861. Transferred to 2d Company, Millican's Independent Signal

Corps (1st Company Independent Signal Corps) July 21, 1862. Appointed 1st Lieutenant and Adjutant of the

62nd GA INF July 7, 1863. Transferred to 8th GA Cavalry as Adjutant July 11, 1864 .

Wounded at Burgess Mill, VA November 1864. Furloughed for 30 days, account of disability, November 16, 1864.

Furlough extended for 30 days February 17, 1865. At home on wounded furlough close of war. Died in

New York City August 31, 1873.





Harmon H. Howard B Private Corporal

Herman H. Howard B Private Corporal

J. Marcus Howard B Private Private

S.M. Howard B Private



Wilkins W. Hunt B Private Private

Hunt, Wilkins W. - private July 22, 1861. Captured in 1863. Paroled in 1863. Transferred to

Co. E, 3d GA Inf July 1, 1864. Elected 1st Lieutenant July 30, 1864. Wounded at Ream's Station,

VA August 21, 1864. In hospital, wounded, February 28, 1865.

http://scvcamp1399.org/units/3rdGA_CoE.txt





Emanuel Isaacs B Sergeant Sergeant

** 5th Sergeant April 20, 1861. Discharged, disability, April 1862.

Appointed 4th Sergeant of Co. D, 14th Battn. GA State Guards Inf.

August 1, 1863. Pension records show he was assigned to staff

of General N. J. Wright November 3, 1864, and surrendered at

Macon, Ga. in 1865. (Born in London, England in 1820.)





Abner H. Johnson B Private Private

Carey Johnson B Private Private

Crowell W. Johnson B Private Private

Crowell W. Johnson B Private Private

Samuel C. Johnson B Private Private



Samuel G. Johnson B Private Private

Johnson, Samuel G. Appointed 3d Corporal of Jackson Artillery September 18, 1861; 2nd Corporal October 1861.

Not reappointed. Enlisted as a private in Co. B, 2nd Batn. GA Inf May 1, 1862. Wounded in leg,

necessitating amputation, and captured at Chancellorsville, VA May 3, 1863. Died from wounds

at Point Lookout, MD January 24, 1864. (Place of death also given as Clinton, GA June 16, 1863.)

http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/jones/cemeteries/clinton.txt - See S.G. Johnson, born 25-Aug-1838



Wilbur F. Johnson B Private Private

Johnson, William F. (or Wilber F.)-- private April 20, 1861. Transferred to C. S. Navy June 27, 1861.



Abner H. Johnston B Private Private

Crowell W. Johnston B Private Private

Samuel C. Johnston B Private Private

Samuel G. Johnston B Private Private



George S. Jones B 2nd Lieutenant Captain

** 2d Lieutenant April 20, 1861. Elected Captain March 1862.

Wounded at Gettysburg, Pa. July 2, 1863 ; near Sailor's Creek, Va.

April 1865 . Surrendered at Appomattox, Va. April 9, 1865.

George Salley Jones, Co B 2nd Ga Battalion invited to be the master of ceremonies

for the awarding of the Charley Ross Gettysburg Medal" to the Floyd Rifles

in Macon, GA, 1874. See Charles L. Ross, Company C, Floyd Rifles.

*******************************************************

George T. Jones B 2nd Lieutenant Captain



J. William Jones B Private Private

Jones, John William-- private April 20, 1861. Appointed Assistant Surgeon of the 22d Regiment GA Inf

(to rank from April 11, 1863), July 11, 1863. Surrendered, Appomattox, Va. April 9, 1865.



T. Henry Jones B Private Private

Jones, T. H. Enlisted private in Co. A, 1st Independent Batn. GA State Troops October 21, 1861.

Mustered out at Camp Lee near Savannah, GA May 2, 1862. Enlisted private in Co. B, 2d Batn. GA Inf May 1862.

Surrendered, Appomattox, VA April 9, 1865. (Born in Monroe County, GA in 1844.)



William J. Jones B Private Private



George A. Keith B Private Private

Keith, George A. - private April 20, 1861. Wounded in right thigh and leg at Petersburg, VA June 22, 1864.

Roll for October 31, 1864, last on which borne, shows he was detailed in Georgia Relief and Hospital Association

at Richmond, VA. No later record. (Born in Utica, N. Y. December 22, 1841. Died in Atlanta, GA November 9, 1919.

** Buried Rose Hill Cemetery, Macon, GA

http://www.southerngraves.net/cemeteries/rosehill-centralavenue.html



Alonzo E. Kimball B Private Private



John Hill Lamar B Private Private

** Enlisted as a private in Company B, 2nd Battalion GA Inf, April 20, 1861.

Elected Major of the 61st Regiment Georgia Infantry, October 11, 1861;

Lieutenant Colonel March 15, 1862; Colonel June 1, 1862.

Killed at Monocacy, Maryland, July 9, 1864.

http://www.ranger95.com/civil_war/georgia/infantry/rosters/roster2/61st_inf_regt_rost_fld_staff.html



Luke A. Lane B Private Private



C.A. Lanier B Private Private

Lanier, Clifford A. - private May 1, 1862. Transferred to 1st Company, Independent Signal Corps

(Captain Nathaniel Small's Company, Signal Corps), July 21, 1862; to 2nd Company, Milligan's Independent Signal

Corps, C. S. A., March 1, 1863. Detailed on a blockade runner by Special Orders dated August 2, 1864.

Company roll for December 1864, last on file, shows him absent, detailed blockade runner. No later record.



Sidney C. Lanier B Private Private

Lanier, Sidney Clopton-- private July 10, 1861. Transferred to Captain Nathaniel W. Small's Company,

Signal Corps, C. S. A., July 21, 1862; to 2nd Company, Milligan's Independent Signal Corps, March 1, 1863.

Roll for November-December 1864, last on file, shows him "Absent; Detailed on Blockade Runner by order dated

August 2, 1864." Captured on Prize Steamer "Lucy" off Wilmington, N. C. November 6, 1864. Imprisoned at

Fortress Monroe, VA and Point Lookout, MD. Received at James River, VA for exchange February 14 or 15, 1865.

Granted an extension of furlough for 30 days by order of Post Examining Board at Macon, GA March 29, 1865.

(Born at Macon, GA February 3, 1842. Died September 7, 1881.) Noted poet, musician, academic and writer.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sidney_Lanier





Robert J. Lightfoot B Private Private

Lightfoot, Ross J. -- private May 1, 1862. Detailed with Signal Corps by S.O. dated September 14, 1862.

Transferred to Macon Light Artillery September 22, 1864. Appointed Sergeant. Roll for February 1865,

last on file, shows him "Present, sick." Admitted to Jackson Hospital at Richmond, VA April 7, 1865.

Left hospital June 13, 1865.



James Lockett B Private Private

Lockett, James �-- private August 1, 1861. Discharged April 1862.

(Born in Monroe County, GA January 29, 1834.)





William C. Lockett B Private Quartermaster Sergeant

Lockett, William C. - private April 20, 1861. Appointed Quartermaster Sergeant and foragemaster in 1862.

Surrendered, Appomattox, VA April 9, 1865. (Born in Forsyth, Ga.)



Charles E. Macarthy B Private Private

McCarthy, Charles E. (or Macarthy) - - private May 1, 1862. Transferred to Co. K, 28th Batn. GA Siege

Artillery September 7, 1864. Appointed 5th Sergeant December 1, 1864. Roll for December 1864 , last on

file, shows him present. No later record.



W. Henry Macarthy B Private Private

McCarthy, W. Henry (or Macarthy)-- private May 1, 1862. Killed at Mine Run, VA November 30, 1863.



Joseph W. MacDonald B Private Private

McDonald, Joseph W. - private May 27, 1861. Wounded and captured at Gettysburg, PA July 2, 1863.

Roll for February 1864, shows he was "prisoner in hands of enemy." No later record.





Thomas W. Mangham B Sergeant Sergeant

** Thomas Woodward Mangham - 4th Sergeant April 20, 1861.

Discharged by Secretary of War and commissioned

1st Lieutenant and Adjutant of the 30th Regiment GA Inf.

November 1861 . Elected Lieutenant-Colonel October 14, 1862;

Colonel April 2, 1863 . Wounded and permanently disabled at Chickamauga, GA

September 19, 1863. Retired to Invalid Corps April 23, 1864.

http://www.ranger95.com/civil_war/georgia/infantry/rosters/30th_inf_regt_rost_fld_staff.html



Daniel McArthur B Private Private

Daniel McAuthur B Private Private

William K. McCall B Private Lieutenant/Adjutant

Charles McCarthy B Private Private

James L. McDonald B Private Private

Joseph W. McDonald B Private Private

T.F. McGarity B Private Private

T.F. McGarity B Private Private



Alexander Moffett B Private Private

Moffett, Alexander-- private May 29, 1861. Discharged September 11, 1861. Mustered out in 1862.

Elected 2nd Lieutenant of Co. C, 9th GA State Troops November 28, 1861. Appointed 9th Corporal of

Captain Henry N. Ells' Company, Macon Light Artillery, in 1862. Transferred to N.G. Evans'

South Carolina Brigade in 1863. (Born at Charleston, SC December 12, 1832. Died in GA in 1899.)





Robert A. Morris B Private Private

Morris, Rabert A. - private April 20, 1861. Wounded and permanently disabled at Deep Bottom, VA

August 16, 1864. (Born in Macon, GA May 20, 1839. Died at Confederate Soldiers' Home, Atlanta, Ga.

October 31, 1903.)



Briggs H. Napier B Private Private

Napier, Briggs Hopson-- private May 1, 1861. Discharged, disability, near Norfolk, VA

January 19, 1862. Elected 2nd Lieutenant of Napier's Artillery January 20, 1862; 2d Lieutenant of

Co. A, 66th GA Inf August 1, 1863; Captain November 1, 1863. Wounded at Peachtree Creek, GA,

necessitating amputation of leg, July 20, 1864. Admitted to Ocmulgee Hospital at Macon, GA April 3,

1865. Transferred to Macon, GA April 20, 1865.

http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/military/civilwar/rosters/66th0001.txt

http://www.scvcamp1399.org/units/66thGA_CoA.php





Leroy Napier B Private Private

Napier, Leroy, Jr. - private May 1, 1861. Appointed 1st Lieutenant in Artillery Corps, C. S. A.

(to rank from March 16, 1861), June 6, 1861. Assigned as Adjutant of the 10th Regiment GA Inf

June 17, 1861. Resigned November 4, 1861. Records indicate that his commission as 1st Lieutenant in the

regular army was not vacated by his resignation as Adjutant. Ordered to report to General Pemberton for

duty June 4, 1862. Appointed Major (temporary rank), P. A. C. S., and ordered to report to Major General

Forney for duty October 30, 1862. Elected Lieutenant Colonel of the 8th Batn. GA Inf July 10, 1863.

Held rank of Lieutenant Colonel, P. A. C. S. (temporary rank), November 24, 1864. No later record. (Original

entry into U. S. Army March 9, 1859.)



James B. Nelson B Private Private

James R. Newman B Private Private



John S. Newsome B Private Private

Newsom, John S. - private April 20, 1861. Killed at Gettysburg, PA July 2, 1863.



Robert D. Oliver B Private Private

Oliver, Robert L. - private May 4, 1861. Transferred to Hampton's Legion South Carolina April 22, 1862.



William H. Phillips B Private Private



Washington Poe B Private Private

Poe, Washington-- private May 1, 1862. Detailed in Quartermaster Dept. at Macon, GA in 1863.

Son of elder Col. Washington Poe? Col. Poe was nominated as delegate to Milledgeville Secession Convention

in January 1861, see story from 24-Dec-1860 Macon Daily Telegraph:

http://scvcamp1399.org/rutland_secession_meetings.php





Adolphus H. Powell B Private Private

James G. Price B Private Private



Alonzo Ray B Private Private

Ray, Alonzo-- private June 1, 1861. Transferred to Co. E, Phillip's Legion GA Cavalry July 2, 1862.

Transfer not effected as he was "sick in Ga." Died at home from typhoid fever October 24, 1862.



John B. Ray B Private Sergeant

Ray, John B. - private June 1, 1861. Appointed 4th Sergeant October 1, 1862. Died in Twiggs County,

GA March 7, 1863.



John Reagan B Private Corporal

Reagan, John-- private April 20, 1861. Appointed 2nd Corporal October 1, 1862. Died at Richmond, VA March 25, 1863.



John Regan B Private Corporal

Louis B. Rhodes B Private Private

F.M.C. Rice B Private Assistant Surgeon



Tullius M.C. Rice B Private Assistant Surgeon

Rice, Tullius M. C. - private June 1, 1861. Appointed Assistant Surgeon C. S. A., to rank from May 1, 1862.

Surrendered, Appomattox, VA April 9, 1865.





Lorenzo D. Ripley B Private Second Lieutenant

Ripley, Lorenzo- private April 20, 1861. Appointed 2nd Sergeant October 1, 1862;

1st Sergeant in 1863. Wounded and captured at Gettysburg, PA July 2, 1863.

Exchanged July 1864. Elected 2nd Lieutenant November 9, 1864. Surrendered at Appomattox,

VA April 9, 1865. (Born in GA August 1843.)





Charles H. Rodgers B Private Acting Commissary of Subsistence

E. E. Rodgers B Private

Warren A. Rodgers B Private Corporal

Augustus C. Rogers B Private Private



Charles H. Rogers B Private Acting Commissary of Subsistence

****Macon Daily Telegraph 23-Apr-1861 Page 2, column 7 includes Telegrams received from

Wilmington, NC from 2nd Batn, CH Rogers, CH Freeman, R.A. Smith, Keenan



Edwin C. Rogers B Private Private



George T. Rogers B Private Private

Rogers, George T. - private April 20, 1861. Appointed 3d Corporal November 1, 1861; 1st Sergeant

October 1, 1862. Permanently detailed with Georgia Hospital Association at Richmond, VA in 1863.



S. M. Rogers B Private Private



Simeon W. Rogers B Private Private

Rogers, Simeon William-- private June 16, 1863. Wounded at Gettysburg, PA July 2, 1863. Killed at

Petersburg, VA June 22, 1864.



Warren C. Rogers B Private Corporal

Rogers, Warren Augustus-- private June 5, 1861. Appointed Corporal. Surrendered, Appomattox,

VA April 9, 1865.



R.W. Rutherford B Private Private

Rutherford, Robert W. Enlisted private in Co. E, 3rd GA Inf April 26, 1861.

Wounded at Malvern Hill, VA July 1, 1862; Chancellorsville, VA May 3, 1863;

Gettysburg, PA July 2, 1863. Transferred to Co. B, 2d Batn. GA Inf July 1, 1864.

Roll for October 31, 1864, last on file, shows him present. No later record.

http://scvcamp1399.org/units/3rdGA_CoE.txt



Edwin Saulsbury B Private Private

Saulsberry, Edwin-- private November 1, 1861. Appointed Agent of Georgia Hospital and Relief

Association at Richmond, VA in 1862.



John Schmidt B Private Private



J. Wesley Sewell B Private Private

Sewell, J. Wesley-- private April 20, 1861. Died at Richmond, VA February 3, 1863.



Asa F. Seymour B Private



George W. Seymour B Private Private

Seymour, George W. - private June 1, 1861. Wounded in left hand and right shoulder and permanently

disabled at Gettysburg, PA July 2, 1863. Surrendered, Appomattox, VA April 9, 1865. (Born in

Monroe County, GA May 19, 1842. Died in Confederate Soldiers' Home, Atlanta, GA, September 24, 1917.

Buried in West View Cemetery.)





J. W. Seymour B Private Private



John W. Shinholder B Private Private

John W. Shinholser B Private Private

Shinholser, John W. - private April 20, 1861. Detached as Assistant Surgeon at Richmond, VA. Wounded

at Fredericksburg, Va. December 13, 1862. Surrendered, Appomattox, VA April 9, 1865.



J. E. Shirley B Private Private

John A. Shirley B Private Private

John A. Shulley B Private Private

John A. Shultz B Private Private



Joseph H. Singleton B Private Private

Singleton, J. H. - private September 1, 1862. Wounded at Chancellorsville, VA May 4, 1863.

Detailed enrolling officer in Georgia.



Russell W. Singleton B Private Private



W. Russell Singleton B Private Private

Singleton, William R. - private September 1, 1862. Wounded at Chancellorsville, VA May 4, 1863.

Discharged, furnished substitute.



M. Henry Sisson B Corporal Private

** 2d Corporal April 20, 1861. Discharged in 1863



John Smidth B Private Private

Benjamin C. Smith B Private Private

John Smith B Private Private



Robert A. Smith B Captain Captain

*** Macon Daily Telegraph 23-Apr-1861 Page 2, column 7 includes Telegrams received from

Wilmington, NC from 2nd Batn, CH Rogers, CH Freeman, R.A. Smith, Keenan.

Colonel 44th GA Inf, KIA at Ellison's Mills, near Richmond, VA 26-June-1862, age 37

Elected Captain of Company B, 2nd Battalion Georgia Infantry, April 20, 1861.

Resigned March 24, 1862. Elected Colonel of the 44th Regiment, Georgia Infantry,

(to rank from March 15, 1862,) May 10, 1862. Wounded at Ellison's Mills, Virginia, June 26, 1862.

Died of wounds June 28, 1862. (Born in Clinton, Georgia, December 19, 1824.)

http://www.southerngraves.net/cemeteries/rosehill-centralavenue.html

http://www.southerngraves.net/cemeteries/ColRASmith.jpg

Buried Rose Hill Cemetery, Macon, GA

http://www.ranger95.com/civil_war/georgia/infantry/rosters/44th_inf_regt_rost_fld_staff.html







Thomas D. Smith B Private Private

Thomas L. Smith B Private Private



Albert F. Speer B Private Private

Speer, Albert F. (or Spear)-Enlisted private Co. C, 6th GA Inf May 27, 1861.

Transferred to Co. B, 2nd Batn. GA Inf August 21, 1861. Died at Richmond, VA August 17, 1863.

http://scvcamp1399.org/units/6thGA_CoC.php





Alexander M. Speer B Private Private

****** ALEXANDER MIDDLETON SPEER (1820-1897), Major, 46th Regiment (Gist’s Brigade),

Georgia Infantry, Army of Tennessee. Alexander Middleton joined the Macon Volunteers

as Private on April 20, 1861, only six days after the firing on Fort Sumter.

The Macon Volunteers were mustered into the Confederate States Army as Company D[sic--B],

2nd Battalion, Georgia Volunteer Infantry. On March 17, 1862 Alexander Middleton was

promoted to Major. On May 19, 1863 he resigned to assume his new duties as Georgia State Senator

Several unofficial references insinuate that Alexander Middleton was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel just

before ending his military career. See CHAPTER 16 for Alexander Middleton’s family. http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/p/e/Wade-E-Speer/FILE/0029page.html

http://www.ranger95.com/civil_war/georgia/infantry/rosters/46th_inf_regt_rost_fld_staff.html



Francis A. Speer B Private Private

****** FRANCIS ALBERT SPEER (c1842-1863), Private, Company D[B], 6th Regiment, 2nd Battalion,

Georgia Infantry. Francis Albert apparently joined at the beginning of the war. He was

admitted to a Confederate Army hospital in Richmond, Virginia on February 20, 1863 and

died of typhoid fever about a month later on March 17. See ALBERT F. SPEER above.

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/p/e/Wade-E-Speer/FILE/0029page.html



Henry A. Speer B Private Private

****** HENRY A. SPEER (1841-1864), Surgeon, Company D, 2nd Battalion, Georgia Infantry,

Army of Tennessee. Henry A. joined as Private on July 30, 1861 in Macon, Bibb County, Georgia.

He was discharged June 7, 1862 at Camp Walker, Virginia with a medical disability (CHAPTER 16). See Speer genealogy:

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/p/e/Wade-E-Speer/FILE/0029page.html



Samuel L. Subers B Private Quartermaster Sergeant

Subers, Samuel M. - private April 20, 1861. Appointed Assistant Quartermaster Sergeant May 16, 1861.



Cornelius Sullivan B Private Private

Sullivan, Cornelius-- private May 8, 1862. Captured at Gettysburg, PA July 2, 1863. Never

returned; claimed British protection.



James H. Theall B Private Private



Simeon E. Theus B Private Sergeant

** See Simeon B. Theus, Company C, 59th GA Inf (Taylor County)

http://scvcamp1399.org/units/Ga59thCompanyC-unit-history.php



James W. Thomas B Private Private



Moore B. Thomas B Private Private

Thomas, Moore B. - private July 5, 1861. Died at Richmond, VA in 1862.



S.E. Thus B Private Sergeant



William J. Tooke B Private Private

Tooke, William J. - private May 2, 1861. Elected Lieutenant. Resigned in 1862.



H.B. Treadwell B Private Private

Henry B. Tredwell B Private Private

Albert Tripp B Private Private

Albert Trippe B Private Private



Franklin Tye B Private Sergeant

Tye, Franklin-- private May 17, 1861. Appointed 5th Sergeant in 1863.

Wounded at Mine Run, VA November 30, 1863. Surrendered, Appomattox, VA April 9, 1865.



Uriah Van Geisen B Private Private

Uriah Van Giesen B Private Private

Uriah Van Grisen B Private Private

Van Grieson, Uriah-- private June 1, 1861. Detailed in Engineer Corps at Savannah, GA in 1864.



George S. Van Valkenberg B Private Private

VanValkenburg, George S. -- private April 20, 1861. Wounded at Chancellorsville, VA May 2, 1863.

Roll for September--October 1864, last on file, shows he was detailed in Medical Dept. at Montgomery, AL.

No later record.



P. S. Van Valkenberg B Private Private

C. G. Van Volkenburg B Private



Henry T. Vardell B Corporal Sergeant

** 4th Corporal April 20, 1861. Appointed Sergeant August 1861.

Discharged November 8, 1861.



James R. Walker B Private Private

William H. Walker B Private Private



G. Alvah Weaver B Private Private

George A. Weaver B Private Private

Weaver, George Alvah-- private May 1, 1862. Discharged, disability, April 1863.

Died at Thomaston, GA October 2, 1915.



Joseph E. Wells B Private Private

Josiah E. Wells B Private Private

Wells, Joseph E. - private April 20, 1861. Discharged, on request of the Adjutant & Inspector

General, to be a clerk in his office, January 1, 1864.



Theodore Wells B Private Corporal

Wells, Theodore-- private June 14, 1861. Appointed Corporal.

Surrendered, Appomattox, VA April 9, 1865. (Born in GA in 1844.)



William G. White B Private Private

White, William G. - private April 20, 1861. Appointed Sergeant Major

of the 62nd GA Inf/Cav October 3, 1862. Transferred to 8th GA Cavalry July 11, 1864.

Roll for October 11, 1864, shows him present. No later record.

http://www.ranger95.com/civil_war/georgia/infantry/rosters/roster2/62nd_inf_regt_rost_fld_staff.html





James E. Whitehurst B Private Private

Whitehurst, James E. - private July 5, 1861. Discharged, disability, October 10, 1861. Enlisted as

a private in Massenburg's Battery GA Light Artillery (Jackson Artillery) May 17, 1862.

Rolls from May 1 to October 31, 1864, last on file, show him on detached service.

Captured at Macon, GA April 20-21, 1865.



John Whittle B Musician Musician (colored)



Charles M. Wiley B Sergeant First Sergeant

Born 1841, died 1927, buried Rose Hill Cemetery, Macon, GA

http://www.southerngraves.net/cemeteries/rosehill-centralavenue.html

Appointed 3rd Sergeant of Company B, 2nd Battalion Georgia Infantry, April 20, 1861;

1st Sergeant August 1861. Appointed Adjutant of the 44th Regiment, Georgia Infantry,

April 1, 1862. Severely wounded at Ellison's Mills, Virginia, June 26, 1862.

Resigned July 24, 1863. Recommended for appointment as Drillmaster, with rank of

2nd Lieutenant, November 27, 1863. Receipted on March 7, 1864 at Macon, Georgia

for money received for expenses incurred while conducting a guard (with deserters),

as Lieutenant, P. A. C. S.

http://www.ranger95.com/civil_war/georgia/infantry/rosters/44th_inf_regt_rost_fld_staff.html



George Williams B Private Private



Charles J. Williamson B Private Private

Williamson, Charles J. -- private April 25, 1861. Elected Captain of Co. D, 66th GA Inf August 3, 1863.

Wounded in left arm, necessitating amputation above elbow, at Peachtree Creek, GA July 20, 1864.

Retired by Medical Examining Board October 10, 1864. Died at Macon, Georgia, in 1891.



L.K. Wing B Private Second Lieutenant

Levi H. Wing B Private Second Lieutenant

Wing, Levi H. - private April 20, 1861. Appointed Corporal September 1, 1861.

Elected Jr. 2nd Lieutenant September 23, 1862. Appointed Adjutant January 1863.

Wounded and captured at Gettysburg, PA July 2, 1863.



Bazil A. Wise B Private Private

Wise, Basil A. (or Bazil A)- private April 20, 1861. Transferred to Lamar Infantry by S.O. #297,

October 5, 1861. Discharged at Camp Huger, Norfolk, VA October 10, 1861. Appointed Adjutant of the 1st

Independent Batn. (Ross') GA Troops November 1, 1861. Mustered out April 1862. Enlisted as a private

in Co. A, 8th Batn GA State Guards Cavalry July 1, 1863. Transferred to Co. C, 14th Batn. GA State

Guards Inf October 28, 1863. Elected 1st Lieutenant of Co. A, 1st Batn. GA Reserve Cavalry in 1863.

Elected Captain. Signed receipt at Macon, GA Arsenal March 11, 1865 as Captain of Co. D, Batn. Reserve

Cavalry. No later record. (Born in 1828.)





Andrew Wood B Musician Musician

Frederick B. Woodson B Private Private



Orran L. Woodward B Private Private

Woodward, Orrin L. (or Orran L.)-- private August 1, 1861. Discharged, furnished substitute in 1862.

Enlisted as private in Co. C, 8th Batn. GA State Guards Cavalry. Surrendered at Macon, GA April 1865.

(Born in Monroe County, GA February 19, 1832.)



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COMPANY C "Floyd Rifles" (Macon, GA), COMPANY C 2nd GA Bn



First Name Last Name Company Rank_In Rank_Out

Clifford Anderson C Private Second Lieutenant

John B. Arnold C Private Private

John H. Bailey C Private Private

Thomas J. Bazemore C Private Private

William Beddingfield C Private Private

William T. Bledsoe C Private Private

Edmund Blount C Private Private



James H. Blount C Private Private

*** James Henderson Blount was a Congressman from Georgia 6th District 1873-1893

See wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Henderson_Blount

=======================

E. Blunt C Private Private

Peter H. Bone C Private Private

John H. Bowman C Private Private

Asa Brantley C Private Private

Robert E. Brantley C Private Private

Thomas H. Brinn C Private Private

John Broughton C Private Private

Emanuel Brown C Private Private

Thomas H. Brown C Private Private

Veline B. Brown C Private Private

Charles C. Burnett C Private Corporal

James T. Byrd C Private Private

Patrick H. Calhoun C Private Private

William A. Callaway C Private Private

L. W. Campbell C Private Private

William P. Carlos C Private Private

**********

William Paul Carlos, born 20-May-1843; died 15-Mar-1916; buried Carlos Family Cemetery Bibb County GA

See FindAGrave Memorial 114323216 => https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/114323216/william-paul-carlos

**********

W. P. Caross C Private Private

W. P. Carriss C Private Private

Grant D. Carter C Private Private

George T. Chatam C Private Private

George F. Cherry C Sergeant Sergeant

Isaac N. Cherry C Private Private

John F. Clark C Private Private

Stephen A. Clark C Private Private

William G. Clark C Private Private

Alfred H. Coates C Private Private

Caleb Coker C Private Private

John T. Cole C Private Private

John J. Collins C Sergeant Sergeant Major

David D. Craig C Private Private

Melacthon H. Cutter C Private Private

Denis Daily C Private Private

Dennis Daly C Private Private

George H. Daniell C Private Private

George H. Daniell C Private Private

Henry W. Daniell C Private Private

W. H. Danil C

Loren Dickenson C Private Private

Loren Dickinson C Private Private

B.F. Duke C Private Private

Joseph A. Edwards C Private Private

Charles S. Ellis C Private Private

William H. Ellison C Private Private

William J. Ellison C Private Private

Henry W. English C Musician Drum Major

William H. English C Musician Drum Major



George W. Ernest C Private Private

** Buried Rose Hill Cemetery, Macon, GA

http://www.southerngraves.net/cemeteries/rosehill-centralavenue.html



Ernest Feuchtwanger C Private Private

Albert A. Freeman C Sergeant Captain

Francis M. Freeman C Private Private

James J. Gegen C Private Private

John F. Gildseath C Private Private

George Goelz C Private Private

David A. Goldsmith C Private Private

James O. Goodale C Private Private

Francis H. Gordon C Private Private

James F. Gray C Private Private

James T. Gray C Private Private

John M. Grimes C Private First Sergeant

William E. Groce C Private Private

William E. Gross C Private Private

Zachary B. Gunn C Private Private

J. Haefer C Private Private

John A. Hafer C Private Private

John F. Hafer C Private Private

Jonas Hafer C Private Private

John Hafer, Jr. C Private Private

Lewis A. Hance C Private Private

Starkey Hand C Private Private

J. Haper C Private Private



Robert U. Hardeman C Private Private

Enlisted as a private in Company C, 2nd Battalion Georgia Infantry, August 28, 1861.

Appointed Quartermaster Sergeant of the 45th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, October 1, 1862;

Adjutant. Surrendered at Appomattox, Virginia, April 9, 1865.



Robert V. Hardiman C Private Private

Archibald F. Harman C Private Private

Edwin Harris C Private Private

James M. Harris C Private Private

John T. artley C Private Private

Lewis A. Hause C Private Private

Francis M. Heath C Private Private

John C. Holmes C Private Private

Lewis F. Holmes C Private Private

Abner T. Holt C Private Sergeant

J.B. Hughes C Private Private

George W. Hursey C Private Private

Henry W. Ivey C Private Private

Hillary W. Ivey C Private Private

Hilson W. Ivey C Private Private

A.F. Jackson C Private Private

W.M. Jamison C Private Private

James C. Johns C Private Private

Edward Johnston C Private Private

Theophilus Judd C Private Sergeant

James Keegan C Private Private



James Keenan C Private Private

*** Macon Daily Telegraph 23-Apr-1861 Page 2, column 7 includes Telegrams received from

Wilmington, NC from 2nd Batn, CH Rogers, CH Freeman, Keenan, R.A. Smith



James Kenan C Private Private

Henry J. Knott C Private Private

Abraham J. Lagerquist C Private Private

E. Lagerquist C Private Private

Abraham I.J. Lagervist C Private Private

Abram J. Lagevist C Private Private

Moses Landaner C Private Private

Moses Landaur C Private Private

Moses Landeaner C Private Private

Herbert M. Lane C Private Private

Thomas J. Lane C Corporal Corporal

John Lavery C Private Private

Willis P. Lawhorn C Private Private

William L. LeCont C Private Private

William L. LeConte C Private Private

Robert H. Lightfoot C Private Private

Thomas J. Lingauld C Private Private

T. J. Lingo C Private Private

J. Y. Lingold C Private Private

Isaac Y. Lingould C Private Private

Thomas J. Lingould C Private Private

John Y. Lowe C Private Private

Thomas J. Lowe C Private Private

Bushrod D. Lumsden C Corporal Corporal

John Marks C Private Private

John Martin C Private Sergeant

Robert Martin C Private Private

Sanford D. Massey C Private Private

Charles A. Mathews C Private Private

James B. Mathews C Private Private

Charles A. Matthews C Private Private

James B. Matthews C Private Private

Alexander McGregor C Private Private

John W. McLaughlin C Private Private

John McLean C Private Private

P. Meiken C Private Private

Benjamin L. Mitchell C Private Private

W. P. Mitchell C Private Private

William M. Mitchell C Private Private

William N. Mitchell C Private Private

W. T. Morgan C Private Private

William R. Munson C Private Private

James W. Myrick C Private Private

Charles M. Newton C Private Private

Charles N. Newton C Private Private

Charles W. Newton C Private Private

Edward A. Newton C Private Private

John L. Nichols C Private Private

John W. Nisbet C Private Private

J. Nuno C Private Private

William B. Parker C Private Private

Samuel B. Peacock C Private Private

James Starr Peck C Private Private

Solomon D. Phillips C Sergeant Sergeant

Henry S. Pickett C Private Private

John H. Pickett C Sergeant Private

M. Pope C Private Private

Albert C. Price C Private Private

J.W. Pritchard C Private Private

John Pritchets C Private Private

John W. Pritchett C Private Private

Thomas Pritchett C Private Private

Thomas J. Pritchett C Private Private

Thomas W. Pritchett C Private Private

Samuel D. Rainey C Private Sergeant

Samuel J. Rainey C Private Sergeant

Anderson S. Redding C Private Private

Charles R. Redding C 2nd Lieutenant Captain

William C. Redding C Private Private

Alexander Reynolds C Corporal Corporal

James R. Rice C Private Commissary Sergeant

John W. Richard C Private Private

Isaiah C. Richardson C Private Private

W.H. Richardson C Sergeant First Lieutenant

William W. Richardson C Sergeant First Lieutenant

Samuel L. Rittenberry C Private Private

Samuel Rittenburg C Private Private

E. Roberts C Private Private

A. J. Robertson C Private Private

Edward J. Robinson C Private Private

Baswell Roland C Private Private

James B. Roland C Private Private

T. C. Rose C Private Private

Jacob Rosenfeld C Private Private

Jacob Rosenfield C Private Private

C. F. Ross C Private Second Lieutenant



Charles L. Ross C Corporal Corporal

**********

Charles Lewellyn Ross was born in Macon, GA around 1842. The 1860 Census lists

Charles Ross as 17 years old, one of seven children living with his parents,

Martha and Thomas Lewellyn Ross. Ross enlisted as a Corporal in the 2nd GA

Independent Infantry on April 20, 1861 where it was assembled at Norfolk, VA.

He is listed as being a member of Company C (Floyd's Rifles) along with 8 other

soldiers with the same family Ross surname to join Company C. Of the 1019 men

belonging to the 2nd GA, he was one of only 84 men and two Ross men to surrender

at Appomattox Court House on April 10, 1865. . A muster roll dated

December 11, 1861 shows Ross was promoted from a "1st Corp to 5 SGT".

***********



Francis C. Ross C Private Private

***********

Francis C Ross: Wounded in wrist, taken prisoner at Gettysburg, exchanged July 30, 1863,

furloughed August 12, 1863.

Franklin C. Ross C Private Private

George W. Ross C Captain Major

***********

Major George Ross - Wounded and taken prisoner at Gettysburg...died August 2, 1863.

At Gettysburg, Major George W. Ross, in command of the battalion, was mortally wounded

on July 2 [1863], while trying to remove some Federal cannon from Cemetery [Ridge] ...

Captain Moffett (company A) then took command of the battalion ... and afterwards was promoted to Major."

SOURCE: Confederate Military History, Extended Addition, Vol. XII (Missouri), pp. 365-367

***********

John G. Ross C Private Private

William H. Ross C 1st Lieutenant First Lieutenant



William J. I. Ross C Private Second Lieutenant

***********

William J.F. Ross wounded in knee, taken prison at Gettysburg,

paroled August 23, 1863, on wounded furlough Sept.-Oct., 1863,

returned to active duty and promoted to 2nd Lieutenant November 22, 1863.

***********

William R. Ross C Private Private

Basil Rowland C Private Private

James B. Rowland C Private Private

W.C. Rudding C Private Private

James F. Russell C Private Private

Francis M. Sacrae C Private Private

Francis M. Sacre C Private Private

A. Saguergrast C Private Private

E. Saguerguest C Private Private

Peter C. Sawyer C Private Private



George W. Scattergood C Private Corporal

** G. Scattergood has memorial brick at Cliett Cemetery monument -

http://scvcamp1399.org/cliett_cemetery_monument.php

Born Holmesburg, PA, 1811, died Macon, GA 1874, buried Rose Hill Cemetery

with wife Amanda Scattergood (9/25/1815--11/3/1862)

http://www.southerngraves.net/cemeteries/rosehill-centralavenue.html



Walter S. Scattergood C Private Private

Anthony Schiff C Private Private

Joshua Schofield C Private Private

Comer Shaw C Private Private

J. Comer Shaw C Private Private

William A. Shaw C Private Private

Anthony Shiff C Private Private

Edward A. Shiver C Private Private

John C. Smith C Private Private

Levi D. Smith C Private Private

Samuel W. Smith C

Spencer Smith C Private Private

John Smithey C Private Private

Samuel W. Smithey C Private Private

John Stiger C Private Private

Lucius B. Stone C Private Private

Stephen F. Stowe C Private Private

John Strayer C Private Private

John Streyer C Private Private

Joseph R. Stubbs C Private Private

Thomas P. Stubbs C Private Private

Gabriel Sturm C Private Private

Elijah Taylor C Private Private

Elijah Taylor C Private

William E S Taylor C Private Private

Andrew W. Tench C Private Private

John R. Thomas C Private Private

S. Thomas C Private Private

William J. Thomas C Corporal Corporal

Simion Thomason C Private Private

Joshua J. Tinley C Private Private

George W. Troutman C Private Private

Hiram A. Troutman C Private Sergeant Major

Frank M. Tufts C Private Ordnance Sergeant

Joseph T.A. Tufts C Private Ordnance Sergeant

Orris Tufts C Private Private



George B. Turpin C Brevet 2nd Lt Second Lieutenant

** Elected Jr. 2nd Lieutenant of Company C, 2nd Battalion Georgia Infantry, April 20, 1861.

Discharged by order of the Secretary of War October 25, 1861.

Appointed Captain & A. Q. M. of the 45th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, April 1, 1862.

Resigned June 5, 1862.



Daniell Valentine C Private Private

John Valentine C Private Private

John A. Varner C Private Private

F. D. Virgin C Private Corporal

Frederick B. Virgin C Private Corporal

Lawrence Ward C Private Private

Benjamin P. Weakes C Private Private

Benjamin P. Weaks C Private Private

W. Travis Weaver C Private Private

Benjamin P. Weeks C Private Private

David A. Wells C Private Private

B.F. Wilder C Private Private

Jesse Wilder C Private Private

Charles M. Willett C Private Private

William C. Wilson C Private Private

Marcus A. Wingfield C Private Private

A.O. Wood C Private Private

J. Robie Wood C Private Private

J.K. Wood C Private Private

James R. Wood C Private Private

David B. Woodruff C Private Private

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Floyd Rifles muster roll published in Macon Daily Telegraph

23-Apr-1861 page 2; Spalding Grays, published same day.

Page 2, column 7 includes Telegrams received from Wilmington, NC

from 2nd Batn

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COMPANY D "Spalding Grays" (Griffin, GA), COMPANY D 2nd GA Bn



First Name Last Name Company Rank_In Rank_Out

George W. Alexander D Private Private

J.W. Alexander D Private Private

John W. Allen D Private Private

John W. Arnold D Private Private

W. H. Ayres D Private Private

Henry Banks D Private Private

G. A. Barnes D Private

Thomas A. Barnes D Private First Lieutenant

Noel J. Bealding D Private Private

Thomas E. Beall D Private Private

Noil J. Belding D Private Private

Thomas E. Bell D Private Private

Francis D. Bloodworth D Sergeant Private

Franklin D. Bloodworth D Private Private

Jason G. Bloodworth D Private Private

Jason H. Bloodworth D Private Private

T. D. Bloodworth D Private Private

M. Blount D Private Private

William A. Bonnell D Private Corporal

Francis A. Boyle D Private

William H. Brewer D Private Private

John W. Bryan D Private Private

William J. Bryan D 3rd Lieutenant Second Lieutenant

John W. Bryant D Private Private

Lucius W. Buffington D Private Sergeant

Felder Burgett D Private Private

Felder Burgot D Private Private

Marion C. Cabaniss D Private Private

Marion C. Cabiness D Private Private

A.S. Caldwell D Private Private

Willis L. Callaway D Private Private

James Carleton D Private Private

James M. B. Carlton D Private Private

James W. B. Carlton D Private Private

John M. B. Carlton D Private Private

John R. Carmichael D Private Private

Henry H. Cleaveland D Private Private

J. R. Cleaveland D Sergeant Private

William M. Cleaveland D Private Private

James R. Cleveland D Sergeant Private

W. W. Cleveland D Private Private

William M. Cleveland D Private Private

Mathew H. Couch D Private Private

Cullen G. Credille D Private Private

Francis M. Crenshaw D Private Private

Marion F. Crenshaw D Private Private

Patrick Cronin D Private Private

Joseph R. Crutchfield D Private Corporal

William F. Curry D Corporal Corporal

John W. Dailey D Private Private

William H. Davenport D Private Private

James W. Davis D Drummer Drummer

William H. Deaver D Private Private

John Denen D Private Private

William G. Dewberry D Private Private

John G. Dickson D Private Private

William J. Dobbins D Private Private

Benjamin F. Dobbs D Sergeant Private

Leonard T. Doyal D Captain Captain

John L. Duckworth D Private Private

John F. Dupree D 1st Lieutenant Captain

James Ebbert D Private Private

James Ebert D Private Private

George W. Edmondson D Private Private

G.W. Edmonson D Private Private

G.W. Edmundson D Private Private

George W. Edmunson D Private Private

William B. Edwards D Private Private

John J. Ellis D Private Private

John L. Ellis D Private Private

William T. Ellis D Private Second Lieutenant

Jackson B. English D

John B. English D Private Private

Franklin Flint D Private Private

Julius A. Flint D Private Private

Phillip W. Flood D Private Private

E. Floyd D Private Private

L.A. Floyd D Private Private

Francis Flynt D Private Private

Franklin Flynt D Private Private

Julius A. Flynt D Private Private

L.B. Folsom D Private Private

John S. Foster D Private Private

Josiah P. Foster D Private Private

Henry B. Futral D Private Private

Henry B. Futrel D Private Private

Jacob M. Garrick D Private Private

Leonard C. Gay D Private Private

Charles H. George D First Sergeant Second Lieutenant

Jacob M. Gerric D Private Private

Samuel E. Glass D Private Private

Bailey Goodson D Private Private

Edward J. Green D Private Corporal

Edwin J. Green D Private Corporal

Garry Grice D Private Private

Charles C. Groce D Private Private

George Grogan D Private Private

John P. Grogan D Private Private

Charles C. Gross D Private Private

H. G. Gutral D Private Private

John F. Hanson, Jr. D Corporal Corporal

John F. Hanson, Sr. D Private Private

R.H. Hardeman D Private

William T. Hasting D Private Private

W.P. Hastings D Private

Thomas C. Hicks D Private Private

J.H. Holcomb D Private Sergeant

Topley H. Holcomb D Private Sergeant

Thomas P. Holland D Private Private

Albert Horn D Private Private

James F. Horton D Private Private

Josiah Horton D Private Private

Roderick Horton D Private Private

Thomas A. Horton D Private Private

Henry H. Howell D Private Private

Benjamin H. Hughey D Private Private

Henry H. Hughey D Private Sergeant

Herbert Hughey D Private Sergeant

Jonathan J. Ison D Private Private

George D. Johnson D Brevet 2nd Lt Second Lieutenant

G.D. Johnston D Brevet 2nd Lt Second Lieutenant

William P. Jones D Private Private

John Kennedy D Private Private

George H. Kent D Private Private

Harrison Kent D Private Private

Benjamin T. King D Private Private

James O. Landers D Private Private

Joseph C. Lapradd D Private Private

Daniel Laurance D Private Private

Daniel Lawrence D Private Private

John C. Lawrence D Private Private

B.J. Lenequest D Private Private

James W. Lesley D Private Private

Wiley F. Lesley D Private Corporal

James W. Leslie D Private Private

Wiley F. Leslie D Private Corporal

Samuel H. Longmire D Private Private

T.H. Longmire D Private Private

T.H. Longmore D Private Private

S.H. Longuner D Private Private

Benjamin J. Lunquest D Private Private

B.J. Lunquist D Private Private

James E. Lyon D Private Private

Thomas C. Lyon D Private Private

James E. Lyons D Private Private

Thomas C. Lyons D Private Private

William B. Mallory D Private Private

James Manley D Private Private

Micajah D. Martin D Private First Sergeant

James K. Maxwell D Private Private

Lewis J. Maxwell D Private Private

William P. Maxwell D Private Private

John T. McCord D Private Private

Howard McCutchen D Private Private

A.C. McDonald D Private Sergeant

Henry C. McDonald D Private Sergeant

Stephen O. McGehee D Private Private

Cornelius M. McLaurin D Private Private

H.C. McLong D Private Sergeant

William B. Mealer D Private Private

H.B. Meler D Private Private

Gideon W. Milligan D Private Private

Edmund H. Mitchell D Private Private

Edward H. Mitchell D Private Private

J. W. Moore D Private Private

Oliver W. Moore D Private Private

Peter Moran D Private Private

Edmond B. Musgrove D Private Private

McPherson B. Nelmus D Private Private

Willis J. Newton D Private Private

Cicero A. Nunnally D Private Private

E. T. Patterson D Private Private

E. T. Pattrow D Private Private

Thomas H. Phillips D Private Private

Arthur C. Prichard D Private Private

William H. Prichard D Corporal Private

Arthur C. Pritchard D Private Private

William A. Pritchard D Corporal Private

James E. Prothro D Private Private

Pinckney Prothro D Private Private

Lemuel A. Ragland D Private Private

Samuel A. Ragland D Private Private

Robert D. Randal D Private Private

Robert I. Randoll D Private Private

B. L. Randolph D Private Private

Peyton L. Randolph D Private Private

William A. Redding D 2nd Lieutenant Second Lieutenant

John B. Reid D Private Private

Stephen O. Rogers D Private Private

Stephen S. Rogers D Private Private

Christopher C. Sams D Private Private

T. L. Simberly D Private Sergeant

John S. M. Simerly D Private Private

Thomas L. Simerly D Private Sergeant

John L. M. Simmerly D Private Private

Samuel Simmerly D Private

T. L. Simmerly D Private Sergeant

Thomas L. Simmerly D Private Sergeant

Henry M.V. Smith D Private Private

John W. Smith D Private Private

Thomas L. Somnerly D Private Sergeant

Thomas A. Spencer D Private Private

Thomas J. Spencer D Private Private

William F. Thomas D Private Private

Fletcher H. Turnipseed D Private Private

Jacob W. Turnipseed D Private Private

William W. Turnipseed D Private Private

William T. Walker D Corporal Captain

N. E. Warren D Corporal Sergeant

William E. D. Warren D Corporal Sergeant

P. W. Waters D Private Private

Richmond N. Waters D Private Private

Gilbert G. Weems D Private Private

Jason H. Weems D Private Private

John W. Weems D Private Private

Addison Weir D Private Private

Addison M. Wier D Private Private

J.F. Wilkins D

John C. Wilkins D Private Private

John T. Wilkins D Private Private

Marcus L. Williams D Private Private

William R. Wilson D Private Private

George W. Wolfe D Private Private

Henry F. Wolfe D Private Private

Henry T. Wolfe D Private Private

Leonard L. Woodruff D Private Corporal

James W. English D,B Sergeant Second Lieutenant

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http://spaldinggrays.webs.com/history.htm

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gaspald3/spalding_grays.htm

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gaspald3/hist_markrs_Spald_grays.htm

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Below are assorted Battalion Field & Staff members or men from unidentified companies.

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J. Awtrey E Private Private

E.F. Barrow E Private Private

A.L. Kinsey F Private Private

William H. Schilcorn F Private Private

J.W. English F&S Chief Musician Chief Musician

Francis L. Groce F&S Acting Quartermaster Acting Quartermaster

Franklin L. Groce F&S Acting Quartermaster Acting Quartermaster



Thomas Hardeman, Jr. F&S Captain Major

Elected Captain of Company C, 2nd Battalion Georgia Infantry, April 20, 1861;

Major May 15, 1861; Colonel of the 45th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, March 15, 1862.

Resigned October 13, 1862

(Born January 12, 1825 [Eatonton] – died March 6, 1891 in Macon, buried at Rose Hill Cemetery)

Served as state representative and US Congressman from the 3rd District.

Colonel Thomas Hardeman, Jr. Chapter 2170 UDC in Macon named in his honor:

http://www.georgiaudc.com/index.htm

------------------------------------



William L. Hensler F&S Chief Bugler

D.P. Holloway F&S Asst Surgeon Assistant Surgeon

Samuel Hunter F&S Private Assistant Quartermaster

Thomas H. Jordan F&S Private Chaplain

T.H. Jourdan F&S Private Chaplain

James M. Morris F&S Private Assistant Surgeon

Samuel M. Subers F&S Private Quartermaster Sergeant

Valentine H Taliaferro F&S Surgeon Surgeon

Volhaire H Taliaferro F&S Surgeon Surgeon

John M. Patton G Private Private

T.P. Rucker G

W.H. Chapman H Private Private

Henry H. Cleveland I Private Private

William C. Perdue I Private Private

John E. Perry I Drummer Musician

Thomas H. Philips I Private Private

William W. Chain K Private Private

John W. Owen K Private Private

J.T. Begbie Private Private

W.H. Benson Asst Surgeon Assistant Surgeon

A. W. Bridlow Private Private

Charles E. Campbell Corporal Sergeant

Henry F. Chapman Private Private

L.J. Craver Private Private

Thomas L. Daniells Private Private

W.A. Edmonson 3rd Lieutenant Third Lieutenant

A. N. Giddins Private Private

N. Giddness Private Private

D.W. Henderson Private Private

W.R. Hopkins Private Private

William K. Hopkins Private Private

John W. Horn

J.M. Johnson Private Private

James M. Johnson Private Private

W.J. Lyon Private Private

Thomas Maple Private Private

John M. McCoy Private Private

Nily Pox Private Private

J. T. Register Private Private

O.S. Rice Private Private

B. F. Sikes Private Private

George A. Smith

J. L. Smith Ordnance Sgt Private

Lewis B. Thompson Private Private

G. I. Van Valkenburg Private

George E. Waddey Private Private

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The 2nd GA served initially in North Carolina and returned to Virginia during the

Seven Days' Battles and fought at Malvern Cliff under General J.G. Walker. The 2nd

was subsequently transferred to Wright's Brigade in Lee's Army of Northern Virginia

seeing action from Fredericksburg to Appomattox. At Chancellorsville in 1863, the

2nd sustained 28 casualties with 2 men killed and 26 wounded. On July 2nd, 1863,

the 2nd GA Infantry was part of A.P. Hill's 3rd Corps and ordered to take part of

Cemetery Ridge and crossing the one mile open plain raked by artillery and gunfire before

traversing the hill. This was the same field General Lee disastrously ordered Pickett's

men to charge across the following day on July 3rd. However, on July 2nd, Wright's brigade

successfully reached the heights of Cemetery Ridge and briefly captured several

batteries of artillery before being forced to retreat due to lack of reinforcements,

a collapsing right flank and natural barriers that prevented the left flank from providing

support. As dangerous as the ascent to Cemetery ridge had been for the

2nd GA, the ensuing retreat must have been an even more harrowing experience for these

young men as they were fired upon at point blank range as they were forced to withdraw.

Many of these men were killed, wounded, and captured including the Second's

commander, Major George W. Ross (likely related to Charles L. Ross) who was mortally

wounded at Cemetery Ridge and captured while trying to retrieve several pieces of captured

Union Artillery. Of the 173 men of the 2nd GA engaged at Gettysburg, they suffered a

nearly 50 percent casualty rate.



Muster rolls show Charles L. Ross as being present during the Battle of Gettysburg.

The following is what we discovered on the Muster Rolls of Ross family members of

Company C after the Battle of Gettysburg: Charles L. Ross ....Present.

Major George Ross. Present, wounded and taken prisoner...died August 2, 1863.

Francis C. Ross. Present, wounded in wrist, taken prisoner, exchanged July 30, 1863,

furloughed August 12, 1863.

William J.F. Ross. Present, wounded in knee, taken prison, paroled August 23, 1863,

on wounded furlough Sept.-Oct., 1863, returned to active duty and

promoted to 2nd Lieutenant November 22, 1863. Following Gettysburg, Charles Ross

appears present on Muster rolls for the remainder of the war.



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Macon Volunteers

Originally Company D, 2nd Independent Battalion Georgia Infantry.

Later became Company B, 2nd Battalion, Georgia Volunteer Infantry.



Letter from GA Gov. JE Brown to CSA Secretary of War LP Walker:

-------------------------------------------------

Milledgeville, Ga., April 20, 1861

Hon. L. P. Walker: (1)

The City Light Guards, Columbus, Captain [Peyton H.] Colquitt; Floyd Rifles, Macon,

Captain [Thomas} Hardeman; Macon Volunteers, Captain [Robert A.] Smith, and Spalding Greys at Griffin, Captain [Leonard T.] Doyal, all ready to start

tonight. Please telegraph orders to each. All excellent companies, well drilled. Glad we have agreed about the enlisted Georgia regiment.

You can take charge of it at once. Will direct Colonel Williams to order in recruiting officers from stations with balance of recruits immediately.

Please reply to letter by mail. -------Joseph E. Brown (2)

SOURCE:

The war of the rebellion: a compilation of the official records of the Union and Confederate armies. / Series 1 - Volume 51 (Part II)





Notes:



(1) LeRoy Pope Walker. Confederate Secretary of War

(2) Joseph E. Brown - Governor of Georgia

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