Revolutionary War
Soldiers in Baldwin County Georgia
The Graves of Revolutionary Soldiers

We are the old, the unremembered dead
Forgot we lie
In country graveyards high in lonely hills;
We are unwept save by such tears as sheds
The pitying sky

Roselle Mercier Montgomery

D.A.R. Lineages 
  • William Ackridge/Akridge, 1827 Land Lottery, Ginns District
  • William Anderson, Private, Georgia Troops, served under Elijah Clark, died Baldwin County 1844, buried Meriweather area, West Baldwin
  • John R. Arnold Georgia Troops, buried East Baldwin
  • William Babb North Carolina Troops. 1827 Land Lottery, Elizabeth Babb, widow, Doles District, buried Black Springs area, N.E. Baldwin
  • James Barrow, died in Baldwin County, 1828; buried East Baldwin; will at courthouse
  • Samuel Beckam/Beckcom  (1760-1825) commanded a company in the Revolutionary War from Georgia, and a monument to his memory now stands near Milledgeville, Ga. He died in Baldwin County, Ga. 1827 Land Lottery, Bivins District,  grave moved to Memory Hill
  • Captain Edward Beeson Milledgeville GA 29 Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol.1, p.  —Serial: 9200; Volume: 3
  • Francis B. Boykin,(1745-1821), was lieutenant of South Carolina Mounted Rangers, 1775, and at the battle of Fort Moultrie, 1776, he commanded a company and was specially distinguished. He rose to the rank of major. He was born in Southampton Co., Va., and died in Milledgeville, Ga., buried Samuel Boykin Family Burial Ground
  • Edward Brown 1827 Land Lottery,  Lingos District
  • John R. Brown 1827 Land Lottery,  Doles District
  • Uriah Brown, Private, South Carolina Militia , 1827 Land Lottery,  Bivins District, 74 yrs old in 1831  pension roll
  • William P. Brown, 1827 Land Lottery, Bivins District
  • James Canty  (1755-1817), served as lieutenant and captain of South Carolina rangers.James Cantey (1755-1817) served as lieutenant and captain in Col. William Thomson's South Carolina rangers. He was born in Kershaw County, S. C.; died in Milledgeville, Ga. Buried Whitaker cemetery
  • Thomas Petters (Peter) Carnes He was born in Bladensburg, Md.; died, 1822, in Milledgeville, Ga.  Colonel Maryland Line. Georgia legislator, Congressman and judge; buried Memory Hill
  • ____Clark, S.B. Clark widow 1827 Land Lottery, Buchanan's District
  • John Cone, Sr., 1820 Land Lottery, 1827 Land Lottery, Thomas District
  • Cary Curry, 1820 Land Lottery, died 1821 in Baldwin County, will at courthouse
  • Tolliver Davis, 1827 Land Lottery, Bivins District; pension filed in Forsyth, Monroe Co. Ga 1834 
  • James Andrew DeLaunay, Georgia Troops, died 1832; buried Memory Hill, will at courthouse
  • John Dismukes , 1827 Land Lottery, Elizabeth widow, Weeds district, (gravestone In Memory Hill Cemetery marked Jesse Dismukes, Georgia Troops). See details
  • Jesse DolesNorth Carolina Troops, 1820 Land Lottery, died Baldwin County 1821, buried Jesse Doles Family Cemetery; will at courthouse
  • Joshua Doster, 1820 Land Lottery-Irwin County
  • Andrew DuBourg Capt. Georgia Troops, buried Memory Hill
  • James Duncan Virginia, Continental Line,  Lieut. Minute Bn of GA; Died 1834, buried Memory Hill
  • John Eiland Georgia Troops., buried outskirts of Milledgeville (grave lost)
  • William D. Evans, 1827 Land Lottery
  • Peter Fair Ga Troops. French soldier; buried Memory Hill
  • Capt. Abner Fluellen,  died August 1815 (Ga. Journal - Died; On Monday last at his plantation in this Co. (Baldwin), Capt Abner Fluellen. 55 years. Officer in Rev. fought at Guilford.)
  • Elijah Feeney, died Baldwin Co. 1808, soldier of Delaware
  • John Fuller, 1827 Land Lottery, Lesters District
  • Wiley Goodwin, North Carolina Continental Line, 1822 pension list age 57
  • Abner Hammond (1762-1829), was lieutenant of state troops under his brother Col. Samuel Hammond. H
  • He was born in Richmond Co., Va.;  Georgia Troops; died in Milledgeville, Ga. Secretary of State, 1811-1823. 1827 Land Lottery, Bivins District, buried Abner Hammond Grave site or Memory Hill; will at courthouse
  • Henry Hand, 1827 Land Lottery, Lesters district
  • William Hand, 1827 Land Lottery, Sarah Hand widow, Lesters  District
  • Michael Harvey, Georgia Troops, died 1810, buried Harvey Family Burial Ground, will at courthouse
  • _____Hogens, 1827 Land Lottery, Nancy Hogens, widow, Thomas District
  • David Holliman,private, Georgia Troops, died Baldwin County 1815
  • ___Howard. Edith widow 1827 Lottery Buchanan's District
  • John H. Howard (1761-1822) served as private and scout in Captain Putnam's company under Brigadier-General Sumpter. He rose to the rank of major. He was born in South Carolina; died in Milledgeville, Ga. Widow Jane Howard, 1827 Land Lottery, Bivins District; buried John Howard Family Burial Ground
  • John Hubbard  Georgia Troops, buried John Hubbard Family Graveyard
  • Manoah Hubbard, 1820 Land Lottery
  • Thomas Humphries, Sr., 1820 Land Lottery, buried Thomas Humphries Cemetery
  • Robert Ivey, buried Robert Ivey Cemetery
  • Drury Jackson Corp., Slaughter's Co., 8 Va. Regt.; 1767- 1823, buried Drury Jackson Cemetery, will at courthouse
  • Richard Jarrell - 1820 Land Lottery - Irwin
  • Dempsey Justice   1766- 1827 per DAR records, buried West-Neal Cemetery, will at courthouse
  • Nathan C. Keil  Milledgeville GA 15 Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol.2, p.  —Serial: 6924; Volume: 14
  • John Kennon (1752-1812), served as lieutenant 1776 in the North Carolina line. He was born and married in Virginia, lived in North Carolina during the Revolution and died in Milledgeville, Ga.
  • James Lester, Sr.  Georgia Troops, died 1820 Baldwin County, buried Lester Cemetery No. 1, will at courthouse. Also in War of 1812
  • Col. John Lewis, Jr.  Georgia Troops, died 1817 Baldwin County
  • Phillip Logan, North Carolina Continental Line, pension records (dropped 1820)
  • James Lucas  served in the Revolutionary War from Georgia. He was born, 1755, in Prince Georges County, Md.; died in Milledgeville, Ga., after 1795.
  • William Matthews - born in England, died in Baldwin Co., served as private. Married Dorcas Wright.
  • James McCormick - died Baldwin Co. 1814. S. Carolina militia.
  • William McGehee Morton's Co., 4th Va. Regt. Fought in the battles of Brandywine and Guilford CH, per "Southern Recorder" Jan 31, 1829, died 1829; buried Rose-Little Cemetery, will at courthouse
  • Henry Meacham, Sr. , 1827 Land Lottery, Doles District, 1836 Will, Baldwin County, Ga
  • John Miles, Sr. 1827 Land Lottery. Wicks District, lived in Montpelier in 1801, will at courthouse
  • Thomas Miles, 1827 Land Lottery, Lingos District, died Nov. 23, 1844, in Russell Co, Alabama (pension records)
  • Nathaniel Miller, 1832 Land Lottery
  • William Moran Georgia Troops, buried William Moran and Lattimore Family Burial Grounds
  • John Morris, 1827 Land Lottery, Thomas District
  • John Myrick Georgia Troops, 1827 Land Lottery, Doles District, died 1836, buried John Myrick Family Cemetery
  • Solomon Ogden, 1820 Land Lottery
  • Richard Parham, Georgia Troops, buried Richard Parham Family Cemetery
  • David Parker, also paid taxes in Hancock 
  • Archibald Perkins, b. Goochland Co. Va, died Baldwin Co., Oct. 15, 1820, age 94 yrs.
  • Lovick Pierce, Sr. 1820 Land Lottery
  • Otey Prosser died August 3 1839, obit.
  • ____Raiford, Patience widow, 1827 lottery
  • Anderson Redding, 1827 Land Lottery, Reddings District, moved to Monroe County
  • John R. Robinson/Roberson Traylor's Co., 2 Va. Regt. In 1831, age 81, died December 18, 1832 pension list, Jeriah Robison, widow; buried John R. Robinson family cemetery
  • Richard Rowell, 1820 Land Lottery
  • James G. Russell, Virginia Militia, pension records, in 1831 he was 67 yrs old, died May 4, 1843;   Black Springs Cemetery
  • James Y. Russell, Black Springs Cemetery
  • John Rutherford, 1832 Land Lottery, served under Nathaniel Green. Buired 3 miles from Sandersville, Washington County. Died Oct. 21, 1833
  • William M. Sanford, Capt. in the Marines - served aboard the ship "George Washington."  Died 12/12/1806

  • buried in Jesse Sanford Family Cemetery
  • William Scurlock  North Carolina Militia, 1827 Land Lottery, Reddings District, 1831 he was 72 yrs old. per pension 
  • George Searcy, 1827 Land Lottery
  • Thomas Short, Jr.  (1740-1810), served, 1780, as lieutenant-colonel in the Virginia militia. He was born in Amelia County, Va.; died in Milledgeville, Ga. Thomas Short, Jr., served as captain and lieutenant-colonel of Virginia troops, 1780; died  1810, in Milledgeville, Ga.
  • William Sims, died July 1, 1810
  • Samuel SlaughterGeorgia Troops, died 1821, buried Samuel Slaugher Family Burial Ground; will at courthouse
  • Peyton Smith, died 1807 Baldwin County, Ga. Buried Eastern Baldwin Co GA 31  Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol.4, p.  —Serial: 9504; Volume: 6; will at courthouse
  • ______Smith, Sarah widow 1827 Lottery
  • Hubert Stephens, 1820 Land Lottery
  • Peter Stubbs, died in Baldwin County May 19 1821 (Georgia Journal)
  • Willam Scurlock, 1827 Land Lottery, Pension
  • Adam Tapley, 1827 Land Lottery, lived Bivins District
  • Benjamin Talbot/Talbert, 1820 Land Lottery, 1827 Land Lottery  Pension Application Marker: GA. Troops, but was Virginia Continental Line, 1820 Land Lottery, was 69 in 1831 pension record ; buried Memory Hill
  • James Thomas, Georgia Troops, he recived a sord from Gen. Nathaniel Greene, his superior officer for meritorus conduct, 1827 Land Lottery, Pitts District. grandfather of Confedrae Brigadier-General, Bryan M. Thomas, buried Butts-Thomas Cemetery
  • Andrew Nickolas Torrance born in Soctland, settled Va. 1766, moved to SC, then Baldwin Co. where he died July 1 1812. Married 1780 Esther Howard, Q.M. Continental Army, buried Memory Hill
  • John Watson, Stewart's Regt., Ga. Troops, buried NW Baldwin
  • Hudson Whitaker Georgia, Ensign Dawson's Co, 7 NC Regt., buried Whitaker Grave Yard
  • John Whitney, (1745-99) served as a private in Captain Sawyer's company, Colonel Dike's regiment, which assisted, 1776, at the evacuation of Boston. He was born in Harvard, Mass.; died in Milledgeville, Ga.(?)
  • Archer Worsham, 1827 Land Lottery, Nancy C. Worsham widow, Lesters District, will at courthouse

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    Revolutionary War Pension List

    Revolutionary War Pension Applications

    Baldwin County Georgia Cemeteries (link)

    Index to Compiled Service Records of Revolutionary War Soldiers Who Served with the American Army in Georgia Military Organizations (link)

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                      Sources: 1827 Land Lottery; Baldwin County Cemetery Records (link);
                          Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books (152 Vols.) at ancestry.com;
                       D.A.R. Records at Mary Vinson Memorial Library, Milledgeville, GA

                  Eileen Babb McAdams copyright 2004