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CIVIL WAR
UNIT ROSTERS FOR CONFEDERATE UNITS FORMED IN MURRAY AND ADJACENT COUNTIES

Gaining access to appropriate Civil War records for this and adjacent counties has always been difficult–often impossible.

This collection of military records includes rosters and muster rolls for virtually all of the units formed in Murray County as well as units from Fannin, Gilmer, Gordon, and Whitfield.

Men often enlisted with friends and relatives counties other than the one in which they lived. The availability of all of these records in this museum should make it much easier to check an individual's military service.

Users of these records should realize that the rosters list the names of men in the unit on the day the roster was prepared. Some might have been in the unit before or after that date without their names appearing on the list at hand. Some of these units had men enlisting, being transferred to other units, being discharged, etc., for 4 years, creating frequent changes in personnel.

Click on a unit to jump to that listing:

MURRAY COUNTY UNITS

19th State Troops - Capt. John Oats Company

Co. B, 3rd Battalion, Georgia

Co. C, 11th Infantry Regiment - Murray Rifle Company

Co. D, 22nd Infantry Regiment

Co. A, 37th Infantry Regiment

Co. A, 39th Infantry Regiment - Cohutta Rangers

Co. B, 39th Infantry Regiment

Co. K, 39th Infantry Regiment (See Co. B, 39th Infantry)

Co. E, 60th Infantry Regiment


FANNIN COUNTY UNITS

Co. E, 2nd Infantry Regiment - The Joe Browns

Co. C, Infantry Battalion - Smith's Legion (see Co. B, 65th Infantry)

Co. E, Infantry Battalion - Smith's Legion (see Co E, 65th Infantry)

Co. H, 52nd Infantry Regiment - Fannin Rifles

Co. B, 65th Infantry Regiment

Co. E, 65th Infantry Regiment


GILMER COUNTY UNITS

Co. G, 39th Infantry Regiment - Gilmer Lions

Co. I (eye), 39th Infantry Regiment

Co. F, 60th Infantry Regiment - Gilmer Volunteers


GORDON COUNTY

Co. F, 4th Infantry Regiment - Toombs Volunteers

Co. E, 18th Infantry Regiment - Stephens Infantry

Co. H, 23rd Infantry Regiment

Co. G, 28th Infantry Regiment - Freeman Guards

Co D, 40th Infantry Regiment - Calhoun Blues

Co. E, 40th Infantry Regiment


WHITFIELD COUNTY

Co. D, 4th Ga. Battalion (See Co. D, 60th Infantry Regiment)

Co. B, 36th Infantry Regiment

Co. G, 36th Infantry Regiment

Co. H, 36th Infantry Regiment

Co. I (eye), 36th Infantry Regiment

Co. C, 39th Infantry Regiment

Co. D, 60th Infantry Regiment

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