Liberty County, Georgia Military Records

Liberty Independent Troop Minutes .  The Liberty Independent Troop is the only volunteer militia unit in Liberty County which has continuously existed since its formation.  It was originally called the "Liberty Dragoons".  Captain John Berrien was the first commander of this unit.  The second was William McIntosh, Jr.
 
Interesting facts about military organization of the Confederate States Army.
 
Muster Roster of Company B, 20th Georgia Battalion - Liberty Mounted Rangers - Young's Brigade, Army
        of Virginia, C.S.A.

Detailed Muster Roll of 1st Company E, 25th Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Infantry - Liberty Volunteers - Army of Tennessee, C.S.A.
 
Detailed Muster Roll of 1st Company F, 25th Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Infantry - Atlamaha Scouts - C.S.A.
 
Detailed Muster Roll of Company D, 5th Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Cavalry - Liberty Guards - C.S.A.
 
Detailed Muster Roll of Company G, 5th Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Cavalry - Liberty Independent Troop - C.S.A.
 
Muster Roll for Liberty Independent Troop 1916 service at the Mexican Border.
 
We are looking for information on how the Confederate Troops were organized.  It seems that some officers (Commissioned and non-commissioned) were elected, while others were appointed.  Can you help with this information?  Please contact us if you can.  We have also noticed that alot of the names that we find match names of persons on other Liberty County lists.  While we are not in a position to determine whether or not these people are one in the same, if you have questions, it is best to assume that they are NOT the same person, but leave open the possibility that they are.  Please do not ask us, as we are not in or from Liberty County and have no way of knowing this, nor do we have access to information other than that found on the site.
 
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