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25th Georgia Volunteer Infantry
Confederate States of America (CSA)
A Regimental History
 

When the Twenty-fifth regiment Georgia volunteers was organized during the summer of 1861, Cladius C. Wilson, a member of the Georgia Bar and former solicitor-general for the eastern circuit of Georgia, was elected colonel and commissioned the unit’s first commanding officer. The unit was mustered into Confederate service at Savannah, Georgia, early September 1861. The 25th Georgia received permission from the Confederate War Department to recruit an additional company over the normal number of ten. 

Officers: W. P.M. Ashby, lieutenant-colonel; W. J. Winn, major; R. E. Lester, adjutant, and W. D. Bacon, quartermaster. The captains were A. W. Smith (A), M. L. Bryan (B), J. Roberts (C), A. J. Williams (D), W. S. Norman (E), George T. Dunham (F), W. D. Hamilton (G), W. H. Wylly (H),  A. H. Smith (I), M. J McMullen (K), R. J. McCleary (L). 

The Twenty-fifth, after being equipped and drilled, was assigned to the department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida, and throughout the latter part of 1861 and during 1862 served on the coasts of Georgia and South Carolina. In 1863 it was sent to north Mississippi, forming part of the army assembled for the relief of Vicksburg. In September of that year, being transferred to Georgia, in the brigade commanded by its colonel and in the division of W. H. T. Walker, it shared the perils and glories of Chickamauga. It participated in the Atlanta, Tennessee and North Carolina campaigns, surrendering with J. E. Johnston. Soon after Chickamauga Colonel Wilson was promoted to brigadier-general, but in the same month he died. W. J. Winn succeeded him as colonel of the regiment, and W. H. Wylly, who had been captain of Company H, afterward of Company A, and promoted major, became at the same time lieutenant-colonel, while Capt. A. W. Smith became major. Among other changes, R. J. McCleary, who had commanded the extra company, L, became captain of Company C; Captain Williams became lieutenant-colonel, and A. H. Smith of Company I took command of Company D; G. W. Holmes succeeded Norman as captain of company E; R. R. Young took the place of Dunham as captain of Company F, and was succeeded by J. R. Moore; J. C. Howell was Wylly's successor as captain of Company A; S. D. Bradwell became captain of Company H, J. M. Smith of Company I, and J. R. Cooper of Company K. The 1st confederate regiment Georgia Infantry, 1st Battalion Georgia sharpshooters, 25th, 29th, 30th, and 66th Regiments of Georgia Infantry were consolidated to form the 1st Confederate Battalion Georgia Infantry April 9, 1865. Surrendered at Greensboro, NC April 26, 1865.

Organization of the Companies of the 25th Regiment

Company A: Bryan County men-Bryan Independent Riflemen.  This company was successively designated 1st Company A, 2nd Company E, and 3rd Company B. The last roll on file is dated October 31, 1862. nicknamed the Southern Rights Volunteers (also known as the Telfair Irish Grays, and the Bryan Independent Riflemen); men from Telfair County

Company B: Screven County men - Black Creek Volunteers. This company was successively designated as 1st Company B, 2nd Company D, and 3rd Company G.

Company C: Milton County men - Warsaw Rifles.  This company was mustered into service for a term of six months and ceased to exist upon the expiration of its term of enlistment on January 22, 1862. A number of the members enlisted February 6, 1862, in "Emmett Rifles," which subsequently became Company F, 22nd Battalion Georgia Heavy Artillery.

Company D: Screven County men - Ogeechee Rifles.  This company was successively designated as 1st Company D, 2nd Company B, and 3rd Company K.

Company E: 1st Company E - Liberty County men - Liberty Volunteers.  This company was successively designated as 1st Company E, 2nd Company G, and 3rd Company H.

Company E: 3rd Company E - Henry County Alabama men - Irwin Invincibles, subsequently called Henry Light Infantry - This company was organized in Henry County, Alabama. It was successively designated 3rd Company E, and 2nd Company K of the 25th Georgia Infantry.  In December 1861, this company was ordered from Virginia to Georgia by the secretary of war. It arrived in Georgia on January 12, 1862, and went into camp near Savannah, Georgia.  It was assigned to the 25th Regiment Georgia Infantry on May 2, 1862.  A many of the members of Companies E, and K, were transferred to form 2nd Company I, 38th Regiment Georgia Infantry, which became 2nd Company A, 60th Regiment Georgia Infantry on February 28/March 1, 1863, and Company K, 61st Regiment Alabama Infantry on April 11, 1864. This company appears to have ceased to exist May 2, 1862, but a number of the members are accounted for at later dates. Commands to which they were transferred were not always found.

Company F: Liberty County Men - Altamaha Scouts.  This company was successively designated 1st Company F, and 2nd Company I.

Company G: Screven County men - Brown Light Infantry.  This company was successively designated 1st Company G, 2nd Company C, and 2nd Company F.

Company H: Chatham County men - Telfair Irish Grays.  While the records do not indicate whether the men were identical, the names of a number of men appearing on the company appear also on various companies of the 1st Volunteer Regiment Georgia Infantry (Olmstead's)This company was successively designated as 1st Company H, and 2nd Company A.

Company I: Chatham County men-Bryan Guards.  This company was successively designated as 1st Company I, and 3rd Company D.

Company K: Macon County men - Wise Guards.  This company became Company B, 22nd Battalion Georgia Heavy Artillery on November 26, 1862.

Company L: Calhoun County men - Calhoun Repeaters.  This company was successively designated as 1st Company L, 2nd Company H, and 3rd Company C.  It originally belonged to "Wise's Legion."  While serving in Virginia it was, by order no. 242, ordered to Savannah, Georgia and on January 8, 1862, was attached to the 25th Georgia Infantry.


 Command Changes

The Twenty-Fifth Georgia Infantry served in a number of higher command assignments in various locations, rang­ing from the Georgia Coast, to the Dis­trict of Cape Fear, North Carolina, the Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana, and the Army of Tennessee. Shown below are the actual higher command assignments of the regiment.

September 30, 1861

Unassigned. Savannah. Georgia

April 30, 1862

Second Brigade, District of Georgia, Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida

September 25, 1862

Un-brigaded, District of Georgia, Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida

January 31, 1863

Wilson’s Brigade, Gist’s Division, District of Cape Fear, Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia

March 31, 1863

Walker’s Brigade, Dis­trict of Georgia, Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida

July 31, 1863

Wilson’s Brigade, Walker’ s Division, Department of Missis­sippi and East Louisiana

September 1, 1863

Wilson’s Brigade, Walker’s Division, Re­serve Corps, Any of Tennessee

October 10, 1863

Wilson’s Brigade, Walker’s Division, Longstreet ‘s Corps Army of Tennessee

November 1, 1863

(Consolidated with the First Georgia Infantry Battalion) Wilson s Brigade, Walker’s Div­ision, Hardee’s Corps, Army of Tennessee

January 20, 1864

(No longer consolidated) same command

April 30, 1864

Stevens’ Brigade, Walk­er’s Division, Hardee’s Corps, Army of Tennessee

September 20, 1864

Jackson’s Brigade, Bate’s Division, Har­dee’s Corps, Army of Tennessee

December 10, 1864

Jackson’s Brigade, Bate’s Division, Cheatham’s Corps, Army of Tennessee

March 31, 1865

(Consolidated with First Georgia Sharpshooter Battalion) Jackson’s Brigade, Clayton’s Division, Hardee’s Corps, Army of Tennessee

April 9, 1865

(Consolidated with First (Regular), First Sharpshooter Battalion, Twenty-Ninth. Thirtieth and Sixty-Sixth Georgia Infantries) Henderson’s Brigade, Stevenson’s Division, Lee’s Corps, Army of Tennessee


Skirmishes, Engagements, Battles

The Twenty-Fifth Georgia Infantry participated in more than thirty various type skirmishes, engagements, battles, etc. during its career. The list below identifies those engagements. 

October 22, 1862

Engagement, Gaston and Frampton‘s plantation near Pocotaligo, South Carolina

July 10 - 16, 1863

Siege, Jackson, Miss.

August 16 - September 22, 1863

Occupation of Middle Tennessee, Passage of the Cumberland Moun­tains’ and Chickamauga, Georgia Campaign

September 19 - 21, 1863

Battle, Chickamauga, Georgia

September 24 - November 23, 1863

Siege - Chattanooga, Tennessee

November 23 - 27, 1863

Campaign. Chattanooga, Tennessee and Ringgold, Georgia

November 24 - 25, 1863

Assault and Capture, Missionary Ridge. Tennessee

May l - September 8, 1864

Atlanta Campaign

May 14 - 15, 1864

Action, Leys’ Ferry, Oostenaula River, Georgia

May 18 -19, 1864

Combats near Cassville, Georgia

May 25 - June 5, 1864

Operations on the line of Pumpkin Vine Creek and Battles about Dallas, New Hope Church, and Allatoona Hills, Georgia.

June 10 - July 2, 1864

Operations about Mar­ietta and against Kennesaw Mountain, Georgia

June 11 - 14, 1864

Combats about Pine Hill, Georgia

June 15 - 17, 1864

Combats about Lost Mountain, Georgia

June 27, 1864

Assault, Kennesaw Mountain, Georgia

July 2 - 5, 1864

Operations on the line of Nickajack Creek, Georgia

July 5 - 17, 1864

Operations on the line of the Chattahoochee River, Georgia

July 19 - 20, 1864

Battle, Peach Tree Creek, Georgia

July 22, 1864

Battle, Atlanta, Georgia

July 23 - August 25, 1864

Siege, Atlanta, Georgia

August 3l - September 1, 1864

Battle, Jonesborough, Georgia

September 2 - 5, 1864

Engagement, Lovejoy Station, Georgia

September 29 - November 3, 1864

Hood’s Operations in Northern Georgia and Northern Alabama

November 29, 1864

Engagement, Spring Hill, Tennessee

November 30, 1864

Battle, Franklin, Tennessee

December 15 - 16, 1864

Battle, Nashville, Tennessee

March 16, 1865

Battle, Averysborough (Taylor’s Hole Creek), North Carolina

March 19 - 21, 1865

Battle, Bentonville, North Carolina

April 26, 1865

Surrender, Bennett’s House, Durham Station, North Carolina

 No records have been found to show exactly how many members of the Twenty-Fifth Georgia Infantry surrendered in North Carolina at the end of April 1865. An estimate of how small it was however can be made by observing that the regi­ment had been combined with four other regiments and a battalion to form an effective sized unit in the last days of the War. It is doubtful if more than a hundred officers and men of the regiment were at the surrender.


“Irwin Invincibles”, “Liberty Volunteers” or “Henry Light Infantry”

A voluntary independent company of infantry was organized by John L. Irwin (Captain) in August of 1861. They assembled at Franklin Alabama on or about the 8th of August, and set forth to join their kinsmen and friends at the front.

The name “Irwin Invincibles” come from the Company’s first Captain and 1st Lt., R. W. Irwin. The Captain died of Typhoid fever and pneumonia at Maddon Bluff, Virginia in 1861, but R. W. Irwin fought throughout the war and later lived and died in Fort Gaines, Georgia.

This company organized in Henry County, Alabama joined the 25th Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Infantry and became Company E. The Roster of these men, as recorded in Georgia Archives, is as follows:

Last Name, First & Initial, Rank, Enlisted Date
HOLMES
, George W. - Captain August 8, 1861
JONES
, Henry L. - 1st. Lt. August 8, 1861
ODOM
, John W. - 2nd Lt. August 8, 1861
JONES
, James K. - Jr. 2nd Lt. August 8, 1861
CHAMBERS
. John H. - 1st. Sgt. August 8, 1861
GRIMSLEY
. John P. - 2nd. Sgt. August 8, 1861
HALL
, James C. - 3rd. Sgt. August 8, 1861
ADAMS
, Henry J. L. - 4th Sgt. August 8. 1861
BLOODWORTH
, Milus K. - 1st. Corp. August 8, 1861
POLSON
, Walter P. - 2nd Corp. August 8. 1861
HICKS
, James J. - 3rd. Corp. August 8, 1861
GRIMSLEY
, Harmon A. - 4th Corp. August 8, 1861 

ALFORD, C. Owen - Pvt. April 24. 1862
ANDERSON
, John H. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
ANDERSON
, John N. - Pvt. March 1, 1862
ANSLEY
, Jesse C. - Pvt. April 5, 1862
APPLEWHITE
, George W. - Pvt. March 14, 1862
AYERS
, O. J. - Pvt. April 16, 1862
BAILEY
, Peyton W. - Pvt. April 16, 1862
BARNES
, Thomas H. – Pvt. August 8, 1861
BARNES
, William R. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
BELL
, Zachariah - Pvt. August 8, 1861
BLANTON
, Matthew - Pvt. March 1, 1862
BODIFORD
. Elias P. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
BOND
, George W. - Pvt. January 12, 1862
BOND
, Smith P. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
BORLAND
, Alexander - Pvt. April 16, 1862
BORLAND
, Thomas M. - Pvt. April 16, 1862
BRAY
, Henry C. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
BRAY
, Louis D. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
BROWN
, Andrew J. - Pvt. January 12. 1862
BROWNING
, Jesse - Pvt. April 1. 1862
BRUCE
, William B. - Pvt. August 8. 1861
CAMPBELL
, J. L. - Pvt. August 13, 1862
CAMPBELL
, Reuben M. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
CANNON
, Alexander - Pvt. May 21, 1862
CANNON
, J. D. - Pvt. March 1, 1862
CANNON
, Thomas B. - Pvt., May 10, 1862
CAPPS
. Martin V. - Pvt., April 24, 1862
CHAMBERS
, Thomas W. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
CHESTER
, A. M. - Pvt. April 1, 1862
CHESTER
, John M. - Pvt. April 1, 1862
CHUMNEY,
James C. - Pvt. March 14, 1862
CHUMNEY,
John T. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
CHUMNEY,
Richard E. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
CHUMNEY,
Willia- - Pvt. August 8. 1861
CLARK
, C. S. - Pvt. April 16, 1862
CLARK
, Drayton - Pvt. April 16, 1862
CLARK
, Mathew - Pvt. August 8, 1861
COCHRAN
, Wat­son – Pvt. August 8, 1861
COKER
, George W. - Pvt. April 12, 1862
COOPER
. Daniel - Pvt. April 24, 1862
COOPER
. Leonidas L. - Pvt. April 1. 1862
CRADDOCK
, John Thomas or (Thomas John) - Pvt. April 1, 1862
CROUCH
, Bailey - Pvt. August 8. 1861
CULPEPPER
, S. S. - Pvt. August 13, 1862
CUMMINGS
, Simeon - Pvt. April 12, 1862
DAVIS
, Joseph - Pvt. April 24, 1862
DAVIS
, William A. - Pvt. January 12, 1862
DEAL
, William A. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
DOSWELL
, Taylor - Pvt. April 1, 1862
DUBOSE
, John C. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
DUCKWORTH
, Francis Marion - Pvt. April 15, 1862
EDWARDS
, Jesse J. - Pvt. April 12, 1862
ETHERIDGE
, H. A. - Pvt. April 12. 1862
ETHERIDGE
, Issac R. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
FARMER
, Henry - Pvt. March 30, 1862
FARMER
. Miller - Pvt. August 25, 1862
FARMER, Sineous (or Simeons) - Pvt. March 30, 1862
FEARS
, Alexander - Pvt. August 25, 1862
FEARS
, Thomas K. - Pvt. August 25, 1862
FLEMING
. George - Pvt. August 8, 1861, Appointed 4th Sergeant May 5, 1862
FLEMING
, John, Pvt. August 8, 1861
FLEMING
, Yancey W. - Pvt. April 12, 1862
FORTSON
, William N. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
FREEMAN
, William - Pvt. August 8, 1861
FULLER
, G. A. - Pvt. August 25, 1862
GAMBLE
, Alexander - Pvt. August 8, 1861
GAMBLE
, George W. - Pvt. August 25, 1862
GAMBLE
, William A. - Pvt. August 25, 1862
GISSENDANER
, S. - Pvt. August 25, 1862
GIVENS
Andrew J - Pvt. August 8, 1861
GRAHAM
, William - Pvt. Jan 13, 1862
GRANTHAM
, John D. - Pvt. August 8. 1861
GREGORY
. John J. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
GRIFFITH
, Franklin O. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
HARDYGREE
, J. H. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
HARPER
, William M. - Pvt. April 16, 1862
HARRISON
, Robert - Pvt. August 8, 1861
HART
, Solomon - Pvt. April 24, 1862
HAWKINS
, Jefferson, - Pvt. January 13. 1862
HAWKINS
, John A. - Pvt. March 1, 1862
HAWKINS
, R. - Pvt. January 13, 1862
HAYES
. James - Pvt. April 1, 1862
HEMPBY
, John W. (or Hemby) - Pvt. August 8. 1861
HENDERSON
, William B. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
HICKMAN
, Thomas H. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
HICKS
, Harbin D. - Pvt. April 3, 1862
HICKS
, John D. - Pvt. April 3, 1862
HICKS
, Orris - Pvt. January 12, 1862
HOLMES
, Edward - Pvt. April 12, 1862, elected Jr. 2nd Lieutenant August 6, 1862
HOLMES
, Joel H. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
HOLT
, James D. - Pvt. March 31, 1862
HOWELL
, Josiah - Pvt. August 13. 1862
HOWERTON
, J. M. - Pvt. August 13, 1862
HURST
, Miles - Pvt. April 12, 1862
HUTTO
, Charles J. - Pvt. April 24, 1862
JONES
, Isaac - Pvt. May 10, 1862
JUSTICE
, John H. (or John F.) - Pvt. April 15, 1862
KING
, John - Pvt. August 25, 1862
KIRKLAND
, Caleb - Pvt. April 10, 1862
KIRKLAND
, William H. - Pvt. - Pvt. March 25, 1862
KNIGHT
, Richard C. - Pvt. April 12, 1862
LAMBERT
, William - Pvt. August 8, 1861
LATHEM
, William - Pvt. January 12, 1862
LAWSON
, Bartlett - Pvt. August 8, 1861
LAWSON
, John - Pvt. May 21, 1862
LAWSON
, William - Pvt. August 8, 1861
LEWIS
, William George - Pvt. August 8, 1861
LOVE
, John - Pvt. August 8, 1861
LUNCEFORD
, James P. - Pvt. April 1, 1862
MALONE
, John C. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
MALONE
, Y. J. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
MARS
, Dixon - Pvt. March 31, 1862
MATHEWS
, Stephen G. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
McBRIDE
, James - Pvt. August 8, 1861
McGAULEY
, Patrick L. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
McGILL
, Duncan H. - Pvt. April 24, 1862
McMATH
, H. - Pvt. January 13, 1862
MELVIN
, George - Pvt. August 8, 1861
MERCER
, William J. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
MERRITT
, Andrew L. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
MILLER
, John G. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
MILLER
, John W. - Pvt. January 13, 1862
MILLER
, William Henry H. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
MOONEY
, James C. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
MONEY
. Stewart - Pvt. April 29. 1862
MONK
, John W. - Pvt. January 12, 1862
MULQUENEY
, Michael - Pvt. San. 13, 1862
NICHOLS
, Joel N. (or James M.) - Pvt. January 12, 1862
NOBLES
, John - Pvt. January 13, 1862
NOBLES
, Morris - Pvt. April 12, 1862
ODOM
, Aaron - Pvt. August 8, 1861
ODOM
, Daniel - Pvt. April 12, 1862, elec­ted 2nd Lt. May 5, 1862
PALMORE
, Elbert (or Palmer) - Pvt. August 8. 1861
PALMORE
, John (or Palmer) – Pvt. August 8, 1861
PARKER
, James S. - Pvt. April 12, 1862
PATILLO
, Charles L. - Pvt. August 8. 1861
PATTERSON
, Joseph J. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
PELLUM
, John W. - Pvt. January 24, 1862
PELLUM
, W. L. - Pvt. September 22, 1862
PERKINS
, John J. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
PITMAN
, Jasper N. (or Pittman) - Pvt. August 8, 1861
PITMAN
, Robert M. (or Pittman) - Pvt. March 14, 1862
POPE
, David - Pvt. April 5, 1862
POPE
, Reuben - Pvt. September 8, 1862
PORTER
, James M. - Pvt. April 21, 1862
PULLEN
, B. M. J. - Pvt. April 12, 1862
PULLEN
, John - Pvt. May 21, 1862
REGISTER
, Irwin - Pvt. August 8, 1861
REYNOLDS
, Robert J. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
RICE
, John - Pvt. August 8, 1861
RICE
, William - Pvt. August 8. 1861
ROBBINS
, James B. - Pvt. April 5, 1862
ROLAND
, Henry M. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
RONEY
, John - Pvt. April 17, 1862
RONEY
, John A. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
SAUNDERS
, Aaron - Pvt. April 17, 1862
SAUNDERS
, Joseph H. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
SCOTT
, Angus M. - Pvt. January 13, 1862
SELLERS
, Elisha - Pvt. August 8, 1861
SHELLEY
, F. M. (or Shelly) - Pvt. January 12, 1862
SIMPKINS
. James S. - Pvt. May 21, 1862
SMITH
, Nathan W. - Pvt. January 13, 1862
SPAN
, D. O. - Pvt. August 25, 1862
SPAN
, W. J. - Pvt. August 25, 1862
SPENCER
, O. H. P. - Pvt. April 21, 1862
STARLING
, Isaac John - Pvt. August 25, 1862
STEWART
, Charles S. McD. - Pvt. April 5, 1862
STRICKLAND
, John C. - Pvt. April 5, 1862
STRICKLAND
, Kinchen - Pvt. April 5, 1862
STRICKLAND
, Martin - Pvt. April 5, 1862
STRICKLAND
, William - Pvt. August 8, 1861
TAYLOR
, Joseph F. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
TAYLOR
, Richard - Pvt. August 8, 1861
THORP
, Benjamin A. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
THORP
, William - Pvt. August 8, 1861
THORP
W. A. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
VARNUM
, Cohn S. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
WARD
, John E. - Pvt. January 13, 1862
WARREN
, Reddick P. - Pvt. March 1, 1862
WATKINS
, Allen R. - Pvt. January 13, 1862
WATKINS
, Norman P. - Pvt. January 13, 1862
WATKINS
, William G. - Pvt. April 5, 1862
WELLS
, James C. - Pvt. January 12, 1862
WELLS
, Jasper N. - Pvt. April 24, 1862
WHATLEY
, F. Marion - Pvt. April 12, 1862
WHIDDON
, James - Pvt. August 8, 1861
WHIDDON
, Lott - Pvt. April 17, 1862
WHIDDON
, William N. - Pvt. January 13, 1862
WHITE
, Martin V. - Pvt. April 5, 1862
WHITEHEAD
, John - Pvt. August 25, 1862
WHITEHURST
, Sewell S. - Pvt. August 8, 1861
WILCOX
, Washington - Pvt. April 1, 1862
WILLIAMS
, Benjamin N.­ - Pvt. August 8, 1861
WILLIAMS
, Joseph W. - Pvt. August 8, 1861


 Bibliography-25th Georgia Infantry

Confederate Military History, Extended Edition. Vol. 7: Georgia. Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot, 1987. E484C65.1987v7. See pp. 44-45 for a brief unit history.

Crute, Joseph H., Jr. Units of the Confederate States Army. Midlothian, VA: Derwent Books, 1987. Ref. See p. 101 for a concise summary of the regiment's service.

Georgia State Division of Confederate Pensions and Records. Roster of the Confederate Soldiers of Georgia, l86l-l865. Vol. 3. Hapeville, GA: Longino & Porter, 1959. pp. 89-183. Unit roster.

Georgia Historical Society Quarterly. Rebel Lawyer: Georgia Historical Quarterly XL VIII (1964) 313-33, 415-71 XLIX (1965) 82-97, 200-16.

Hays, Louise F. Excerpts from letters of T. W. Monfort of Oglethorpe, Georgia. History of Macon County, Georgia. 1933,  pgs. 262-76.

Jones, Charles E. Georgia in the War, 1861-1866. Atlanta, GA: Foot & Davies, 1909.  See p. 28 for an incomplete list of unit officers.

King, Spencer G., ed. Rebel Lawyer: Letters of Theodorick W. Monfort, l86l-l865. Athens, GA: U GA, 1965. 84 p. 

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