Honoring the Forgotten

Confederate Soldier Service Records for Georgia
Reference: National Archives and Administration (NARA) Catalog ID: 586957; Microfilm: M266

Effective December 31, 1957, each person who served in the military or naval forces of the Confederate States of America during the Civil War became United States Veterans.  See, United States Statues at Large Volume 72, Part 1 Pages 133 & 134

Name

Listed As /
Military Duty

 CSA Unit

Reuben Negro / Cook Georgia
1st Battalion Sharp Shooters
Isaiah Negro / Musician Georgia
1st (Olmstead’s) Infantry
George Brice Colored / Musician Georgia
1st (Olmstead’s) Infantry
William Davidson Colored Man / Drummer(In Service) Georgia
1st (Olmstead’s) Infantry
Bucchus Davis Colored / Musician Georgia
1st (Olmstead’s) Infantry
Alexander Harris Colored Man / Private & Musician(In Service) Georgia
1st (Olmstead’s) Infantry
Simeon T. Harvey Colored / Musician Georgia
1st (Olmstead’s) Infantry
Maurice Middleton Colored / Musician Georgia
1st (Olmstead’s) Infantry
Joseph (Joe) Miller Colored Man / Musician(In Service) Georgia
1st (Olmstead’s) Infantry
William Waters Colored Man / Fifer & Musician(In Service) Georgia
1st (Olmstead’s) Infantry
Wesley Schley Colored / Musician Georgia
2nd Battalion Infantry
Braham (Bram) Slave / Cook Georgia
4th (Clinch’s) Calvary
George Slave / Cook Georgia
4th (Clinch’s) Calvary
Scipio Africanus Colored Troops / Cook
(1865 Appomattox Parolee)
Georgia
18th Battalion Infantry
Lewis Gardeen Colored Troops / Musician
(1865 Appomattox Parolee)
Georgia
18th Battalion Infantry
John Lerry Colored Troops / Cook
(1865 Appomattox Parolee)
Georgia
18th Battalion Infantry
Henry McCleskey Negro / Musician(Employed) Georgia
18th Battalion Infantry
Joe Parkman Colored Troops / Musician
(1865 Appomattox Parolee)
Georgia
18th Battalion Infantry
James Polk Colored Troops / Cook
(1865 Appomattox Parolee)
Georgia
18th Battalion Infantry
William Read Colored Troops / Cook
(1865 Appomattox Parolee)
Georgia
18th Battalion Infantry
George Waddell Colored Troops / Musician
(1865 Appomattox Parolee)
Georgia
18th Battalion Infantry
Henry Williams Colored Troops / Musician
(1865 Appomattox Parolee)
Georgia
18th Battalion Infantry
David Riley Colored Boy / Musician Georgia
30th Infantry
Robert Burke Musician Georgia
47th Infantry
James (Francis) Desvergers Musician Georgia
47th Infantry & 25th Infantry
Brave Golphin Musician Georgia
47th Infantry & 25th Infantry
Charles Jones Musician Georgia
47th Infantry & 25th Infantry
George Jones Musician Georgia
47th Infantry & 25th Infantry
Robert Low Leading Musician Georgia
47th Infantry & 25th Infantry
Jospeh (Joe) Millen Musician Georgia
47th Infantry & 25th Infantry
Robert Oliver Musician Georgia
47th Infantry & 25th Infantry
Eugene Truchelet Musician Georgia
47th Infantry & 25th Infantry
Robert Woodhouse Musician Georgia
47th Infantry & 25th Infantry
William Woodhouse Musician Georgia
47th Infantry & 25th Infantry
Luke Burroughs Slave / Chief Cook Georgia
63rd Infantry
Catharine Dawson Colored / Cook Georgia
63rd Infantry
Hannah Dawson Colored / Cook Georgia
63rd Infantry
Joe Fox Colored / Nurse Georgia
63rd Infantry
Nelson Jones Slave / Nurse Georgia
63rd Infantry
Abram Ranger Slave / Assistant Cook Georgia
63rd Infantry
William Young Slave / Musician & Drummer Georgia
63rd Infantry

Muster Rolls, Etc, Confederate Vessels
C.S.S. Savannah CREW
Official Records of the Union and Confederate Navies

Name

Listed As /
Military Duty

 CSA Unit

Moses Dallas Colored / Pilot C.S.S. Savannah Crew
Edward W. Walden Landman C.S.S. Savannah Crew

Note: For Georgia 25th Infantry and 47th Infantry, reference:
Sumler-Edmond, Janice.  The Secret Trust of Aspasia Cruvellier Mirault.  Fayetteville: The University of Arkansas Press, 2008.  pp. 49-60.

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