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Muster Roll of Georgia Militia – District 164

Muster Roll of Georgia Militia, Pulaski County, Georgia, March 4, 1862 – District 164 John A. Handley, first lieutenant D. H. Hendley, second lieutenant Wm. A. Jones, Wm. Crider T. F. Hogsett Jas. Glenn Jas. Hardy R. E. Runnells Harmon Knight Geo. Howell Linson L. Brown R. F. Pope Ezekiel Hill Daniel Trammell, third lieutenant Levi D. Gammage Wm. J. Baker Wm. J. Posey Wm. Miller Wm. Brown Wm. Nobles Redding Pope D. B. Pope Thos. H. Butler Samuel Jackson Charles...

Military Elections, 317 District Company G. M.

Military Elections, 317 District Company G. M. Pulaski County, Jany. 18th 1862 State of Georgia, Pulaski County: At an election held this day, January 18th, 1862, for Captain and Lieutenants for the 317th District G. M., the following persons voted, to viz.: 1- I. N. Rawlins 2- Curtis Peacock 3- D. W. Southerland 4- J. C. Thompson 5- G. G. Thompson 6- A. B. Lipter 7- B. R. Peacock 8- D. N. Walker 9- James Taylor 10- J. D. Rozar 11- J. A. Peacock 12- Dock Arnold Tally sheet kept in this day’s election held in 317th District G. M. for Captain and three Lieutenants. Candidates Names For Captain: John C. Walker – 11 Votes For Lieutenants: 1st Thomas J. Baker – 11 Votes 2nd James E. Scarborough – 11 Votes 3rd M. P. Giddens  – 10 Votes Georgia, Pulaski County: We the undersigned two justice Peace and one freeholder, certify that we presided as commissioners at the above named Election, being first sworn according to Statute and that the above is an exhibit of the Election held as aforesaid. Jany. the 18th, 1862. G. G. Thompson, J. P. B. C. L. Giddons, J. P. Nicholas Rawlins,...

Officers from the Fourteenth Military District, Georgia

Roster of soldiers who served from the Fourteenth Military District. These men were primarily from Pulaski County, GA. John J. Lee, major, commissioned March 21, 1864 Innis Cowart, adjutant, commissioned May 10, 1864 First Company Benj. Harrell, captain T. J. Baker, first lieutenant S. C. Nicholson, second lieutenant Willis Harrell, third lieutenant J. B. Hamilton, fourth lieutenant All were commissioned May 10,...

Election for officers to command Cavalry Company

Election for officers to command Cavalry Company At an election held in Hawkinsville, Pulaski County, on Monday, the 30th May 1836, for a Captain and other Commissioned and non Commissioned to command a Volunteer Cavalry Company of said County, the following persons (members of said Company) came forward and voted: Soloman Micheal C. Y. Gavaze Ezekiel Taylor B. W. Bracewell J. N. Phillips J. J. Taylor Robert R. Germany G. W. Collins Joseph J. Bracewell James M. Bracewell W. J. Whitfield James 0. Jelks James Boldwic Eldredge Count P. Fleming A. J. Collier John J. Wood James P. Cherry E. Odum B. M. Thompson W. O. Mc Josept Thigpen W. W. Mayo John Collson W. G. Fleming Millet Swift James J. Callwell Andrew Bayty E. W. Coley Marion Sutton William Mills Theophilus Sutton Amos Pipking James H. Burkhalter John G. Rawls Jesse B. Took John Graham Alm Martin A. C. Bostwick Alfred C. Bostwick, Captain William S. Whitfield, 1st Lieut. James M. Bracewell, 2nd Lieut. E. A. Birch James 0. Jelks Robert M. Thompson We do hereby certify that we presided at the above election for officers to command a volunteer company of cavalry of said county and that the four first named persons were duly elected as more fully appears from the above statement. May 30,...

Company M, 121st Infantry, “Home Guard”

One of the first military companies organized in Pulaski County after the War of 1812 was “The Home Guards.” Peace and plenty characterized our growing county for a long period of years after the War of 1812-14, but as a safeguard to our homes this company was organized, as we had no military protection. When the war clouds of the sixties hovered over our Southland and men were being called into service, the “Home Guards” were merged into a large company, the intrepid “Pulaski Volunteers,” the first company to leave Pulaski County for the battlefront. Their valiant history during the War Between the States is another story. Several years after the close of the war, the company was reorganized, and for a number of years was the pride of Pulaski County, as their only military organization. Later it disbanded. On June 20, 1916, it was recognized as Company M, 1st Infantry; May 10, 1921, recognized as Company M, 122nd Infantry; April 27, 1922, as Company M, 200th Infantry; March 28, 1924, as Company M, 121st Infantry. The first officers of the reorganization as Company M, 122nd Infantry, were: Captain William Mobley Watson First Lieutenant Oscar Amos Second Lieutenant Robert L. Fleming. Upon the death of Captain Watson, Lieutenant O. C. Amos was made Captain, and is present company commander. Captain Amos is a veteran of the border, having served the entire time on the border, and also acted as instructor during the World War. Captain Amos and Lieutenant R. E. Dixon are both charter members of Company M. The company was called into service at Tybee Island during the...

Company I, Fifth Georgia Reserves

Roster of officers who served in Company I, Fifth Georgia Reserves. These men were primarily from Pulaski County, GA. W. P. Mobley, captain G. W. Hendrick, first lieutenant A. E. McLeod, second lieutenant B. F. Boon, second lieutenant J. L. Wilcox, second...

Company H, 10th Confederate Cavalry

Roster of officers who served in Company H, 10th Confederate Cavalry. These men were primarily from Pulaski County, GA. G. R. Coley, captain James R. Coley, first lieutenant, promoted to captain J. M. Thomas, second lieutenant, promoted to first lieutenant James E. Boothe, second lieutenant James M. Manning, second lieutenant Q. L. Harvard, second lieutenant L. F. Collier, second...

Company G, 10th Confederate Cavalry

Roster of officers who served in Company G, 10th Confederate Cavalry. These men were primarily from Pulaski County, GA. James L. Leith, captain P. T. McGriff, first lieutenant, promoted to captain T. N. Sutton, second lieutenant John A. Hendley, second lieutenant, promoted to captain James O. Farnell, first lieutenant, promoted to captain John B. Wood, second lieutenant David C. Joiner, second lieutenant, promoted to captain David M. Roberts, second...

Company F, Fifth Georgia Reserves

Roster of soldiers who served in Company F, Fifth Georgia Reserves. These men were primarily from Pulaski County, GA. Charles E. Clark, captain F. H. Bozeman, first lieutenant A. M. Newman, second lieutenant J. R. Love, second lieutenant A. Anderson’s (formerly Dawson’s) Battery, Georgia Light Artillery Thomas H. Dawson, captain R. W. Anderson, first lieutenant, promoted to captain Isaac O. Hall, first lieutenant William Bembry, second lieutenant Henry S. Greaves, second lieutenant, promoted to first lieutenant Sidney A. Moses, captain H. R. Felder, first lieutenant Willis G. Allen, second lieutenant R. H. Brown, second lieutenant W. R. Hurst, assistant surgeon William E. Hurst, second...

Georgia Rangers: Company G, 10th Georgia Infantry

Roster of men who served in Company G, 10th Georgia Infantry during the Civil War. This company was part of the soldiers known as the “Georgia Rangers” and most if not all of the men came from Pulaski County, GA. Orran C Horne, captain James S. Leith, first lieutenant Batts N. Mitchell, second lieutenant Payton Wade Douglas, second lieutenant Charles C. Kibbee, second lieutenant, promoted to captain Samuel H. Mauget, second lieutenant, promoted to first lieutenant John W. Bozeman, second lieutenant Charles W. Linder, second lieutenant Richard E. Hudson, first lieutenant Marcus Levi, third sergeant, promoted to first lieutenant Henry M. Kibbee, fourth sergeant Geo. W. Williamson, first corporal Emanuel B. Miller, second corporal Austin Dardan, third corporal Rufus M. Rose, fourth corporal Jacob Morris, musician James W. Brown,...
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