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Miscellaneous Georgia Companies

This is a list of companies that contained Georgians by served in military units from other Confederate States.


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1st Confederate Regiment [Georgia] Infantry
  Lt. Col. George A. Smith

Lt. Col. Jacob W. Aderhold

Co. A Independent Volunteers Jacob W. Aderhold

Oliver P. Poe

Bibb
Co. B Ringgold Volunteers Harvey J. Sprayberry

William J. Whitsett

Catoosa
1st Co. C Brown Infantry George A. Smith Bibb
2nd Co. C   Jabez R. Rhodes

Daniel Pittman

Fulton
1st Co. D   George Washington Lee Fulton
This company was disbanded after 28 Feb 1862.
2nd Co. D   E. M. Dodson

Rusell J. Jones

 
1st Co. E Etowah Infantry William H. Howard, Jr. Bartow
This company was disbanded after 28 Feb 1862.
2nd Co. E   Thomas J. Massey Bartow
1st Co. F Washington Artillery Isadore P. Girardey

J. R. B. Burtwell

Edward E. Pritchard

Richmond
Around April or May 1861 this company became an independent company known as Pritchard's Company.
2nd Co. F Powder Springs Guards W. H. Goodwin

Milton J. Magbee

Cobb
1st Co. G Natchez Quitman Battery William S. Lovell

Richard T. English

Mississippi
This company was mustered out of service in April/May 1862 at the end of its term of service.  Many of these menre-enlisted in the 32nd Regiment Alabama Infantry.
2nd Co. G   John B. Bray

John H. Reece

Floyd
1st Co. H Jackson Quitman Artillery James F. Kerr Mississippi
This company was transferred to the 1st Confederate Regiment Infantry by G.O. #106, Pensacola, FL (3 Oct 1861).
2nd Co. H   Randolph Owen  
1st Co. I Vicksburg Artillery Francis S. Tull

Isaac Edwards

Mississippi
This company was transferred to the 1st Confederate Regiment Infantry by G.O. #106, Pensacola, FL (3 Oct 1861).
2nd Co. I   James Clark Gordon

N. L. Gordon

 
1st Co. K Simpson Mounted Rangers E. S. Amos Florida
2nd Co. K   C. D. McFarland

C. L. Read

G. J. Wallis

Tennessee
This company was originally Co. G, 26th Regiment Tennessee Volunteer Infantry and was transferred to the 1st Regiment Confederate Infantry by S.O. #44 Department of East Tennesse (8 November 1862).
This regiment was originally 1st Villepique's Independent Battalion, which subsequently became 36th (Villepique's) Regiment Georgia Infantry.
 
2nd Battalion North Carolina Infantry
Co. D Concord Rangers Edward T. Smith Forsyth
This company was a spin-off from Captain Burtz's "Cherokee Georgia Mountaineers". On 11 April 1864 this company became 2nd Co. E, 21st Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry.
Co. E The Anthony Grays Wilde S. DuBose

John J. Tucker

Merriwether
This company was paroled at Roanoke Island on 8 February 1862 after its capture.  The men returned to Georgia to await exchange. The company was reorganized 16 May 1862 and attached to the 55th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry while they waited for exchange.  After being declared exchanged the company rejoined the 2nd Battalion North Carolina Infantry in August 1862.  On 11 April 1864 this company became 2nd Co. A, 60th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry.
 
2nd Regiment Engineer Troops
Co. C   L. Hutchinson Alabama, Georgia
This company was organized 7 Aug 1863 in Mobile, Alabama.
Co. D   James W. McAlpin Georgia
This company was organized originally in April 1862 in Savannah, Georgia as McAlpin's Company, Engineer Troops.  It was later transferred to the 2nd Regiment Engineer Troops as Co. D.
2nd Regiment Florida Cavalry
Co. K Florida Rangers Frederick James Clark Camden, Florida
This company served as local defense along the St. Mary's River.
 
3rd Battery Maryland Artillery
Stephens Light Artillery Capt. John B. Rowan

Capt. William L. Ritter

This battery was mustered into service 14 January 1862.  It was reorganized in September or October 1863 and the battery was credited to the State of Georgia.  After reorganization it was known as Ritter's Battery, Georgia Light Artillery.
 
6th Virginia Cavalry
Co. E Georgia Hussars, Co. A J. F. Waring Chatham
This company mustered in Savannah and upon arrival in Virginia became part of the 6th Virginia Cavalry, and became Co. F of the Jeff Davis Legion by S.O. #260 A&IGO (December 1861).
 
8th Regiment Florida Infantry
Co. B Young Guards R. A. Waller Thomas R. Love Hector Bruce Florida, Decatur
 
10th Regiment Confederate Cavalry
  Col. Charles T. Goode
Co. A David Clapton Rangers Peter M. Rowland

James R. Phillipa

J. F. McKinney

John M. McKleroy

 
This company was originally Co. A, 5th (Slaughter's)Battalion Cavalry, Hilliard's Legion, Alabama Volunteers.  This company served as Major General A. P. Stewart's escort from 5 Nov 1863.
Co. B Alabama Mounted Hussars William T. Smith

Andrew M. Clemonds

 
This company was originally Co. B, 5th (Slaughter's)Battalion Cavalry, Hilliard's Legion, Alabama Volunteers.
Co. C   Martin G. Slaughter

Isaac Baird

William H. Partridge

 
This company was originally Co. C, 5th (Slaughter's)Battalion Cavalry, Hilliard's Legion, Alabama Volunteers.
Co. D   J. B. Rudulph

James Maynard

T. A. Knight

 
This company was originally Co. D, 5th (Slaughter's)Battalion Cavalry, Hilliard's Legion, Alabama Volunteers.
Co. E   M. M. Slaughter

N. T. Barnes

John L. Hendrick

 
This company was originally Co. E, 5th (Slaughter's)Battalion Cavalry, Hilliard's Legion, Alabama Volunteers.
Co. F Ocmulgee Rangers T. G. Holt  
This company was originally Co. A, 19th Battalion Georgia Volunteer Cavalry.
Co. G Hawkinsville Rangers P. T. McGriff

John A. Hendley

James O. Farnell

 
This company was originally Co. B, 19th Battalion Georgia Volunteer Cavalry.
Co. H Rattlesnake Rangers James R. Coley  
This company was originally Co. C, 19th Battalion Georgia Volunteer Cavalry.
Co. I   W. I. Vason  
This company was originally Co. D, 19th Battalion Georgia Volunteer Cavalry.
Co. K Bell Rangers W. H. Brazier  
This company was originally Co. E, 19th Battalion Georgia Volunteer Cavalry.
Maj. Slaughter's Battalion Alabama Volunteer Cavalry and Maj. Goode's, 19th Battalion Georgia Volunteer Cavalry were consolidated on 27 Dec 1862 to form the 10th Regiment Confederate Cavalry.
 
25th Regiment North Carolina Volunteer Infantry
Co. G William S. Grady Clarke
 
39th Regiment Alabama Volunteer Infantry
Co. F A. H. Flewellen Chattahoochee
 
Capt. Barry's Battery, Tennessee Light Artillery
  Capt. Robert L. Barry
This unit contained a few Georgians.
 
Manigault's Battalion, South Carolina Army
Mathewes' Co. J. Raven Mathewes Habersham
This battery and two other batteries from Manigault's Battalion were consolidated with  Co. C, 12th Battalion Georgia Light Artillery to form Siege Train, Georgia by S.O. #10, Headquarters South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida (10 January 1863).
Capt McAlpin's Company Engineer Troops
  Capt. James W. McAlpin
This company was organized originally in April 1862 in Savannah, Georgia as McAlpin's Company, Engineer Troops.  It was later transferred to the 2nd Regiment Engineer Troops as Co. D.


Units that probably contained Georgians

3rd Regiment Engineer Troops    
Co. B      
This company was organized 1 Aug 1863 with men from Cheatham's Division by S.O. #205, Headquarters, Army of Tennesse.
Co. C      
This company was organized 1 Aug 1863 with men from Stewart's Division by S.O. #205, Headquarters, Army of Tennesse.
Co. F      
This company was organized 1 Aug 1863 with men from Cleburne's Division by S.O. #205, Headquarters, Army of Tennesse.
Co. G      
This company was organized by S.O. #66 A&IGO (22 May 1863).  The men transferred to this company were dismounted cavalrymen from Wither's (later Hardman's) Division, Army of Tennessee.
It is assumed, because of the composition of the Army of Tennessee, that some Georgians may have been transferred to these companies.
 
4th Regiment Alabama Infantry
This unit was composed of companies from various counties in Alabama and mustered into service in Virginia; however, because this regiment was organized in Dallas, Georgia there may have been a number of Georgians who enlisted in this unit.
 
45th Regiment Alabama Infantry
This regiment mustered into service in Columbus, Georgia.