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Roster of the Confederate Soldiers of Georgia Vol. 13 By John C. Rigdon
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This book contains the compiled service records of Confederate soldiers who served in the following Georgia units: 57th Infantry Regiment 59th Infantry Regiment 60th Infantry Regiment 61st... More > Infantry Regiment 62nd Infantry Regiment< Less
Historical Sketch and Roster of the South Carolina 2nd Artillery Regiment By John C. Rigdon
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The South Carolina 2nd Heavy Artillery Regiment also known as the 1st Artillery Regiment, was organized at Charleston, South Carolina, during the spring of 1862 using the 2nd South Carolina... More > Artillery Battalion as its nucleus. This unit had enlisted in August, 1861, and went into service at Camp Butler, near Aiken. The 2nd Artillery spent the entire war in and around Charleston and completed their service fighting against Sherman in the Carolinas Campaign. Companies of the SC 2nd Artillery Regiment Company A - Barnwell District Company B - Barnwell and surrounding Districts Company C - Orangeburg District Company D - Darlington District and surrounding counties. Company E - Barnwell District, Aiken area. A few men from Lexington District and Edgefield District Company F - Orangeburg District (Branchville area) Company G - Barnwell District Company H - Barnwell District Company I - - Orangeburg District Company K - Edgefield District< Less
Historical Sketch and Roster of the Louisiana 12th Infantry Regiment By John C. Rigdon
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The Louisiana 12th Infantry Regiment completed its organization at Camp Moore, Louisiana, in August, 1861. Its companies were from the parishes of Caldwell, Claiborne, Vermilion, Cameron, Calcasieu,... More > Jackson, Ouachita, Bossier, and Iberia. Sent to Missouri, the unit was captured at Island No. 10 in April, 1862. After being exchanged, it was assigned to Rust's, Buford's, T.M. Scott's, and Lowry's Brigade. It fought at Champion's Hill and Jackson before participating in the campaigns of the Army of Tennessee from Resaca to Bentonville. In July, 1862, the unit contained 41 officers and 546 men, reported 11 killed, 57 wounded, and 5 missing out of the 318 engaged at Peach Tree Creek, lost many during Hood's Tennessee Campaign, and surrendered with only a remnant on April 26, 1865. Its commanders were Colonel Thomas M. Scott; Lieutenant Colonels James A. Boyd, Wade H. Hough, Noel L. Nelson, and Thomas C. Standifer; and Majors John C. Knott and Henry V. McCain.< Less
Historical Sketch And Roster Of The Maryland 3rd Infantry Regiment Potomac Home Brigade By John C. Rigdon
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The 3rd Maryland Infantry, Potomac Home Brigade was organized at Cumberland, Hagerstown, and Baltimore, Maryland, beginning October 31, 1861, and mustered in on May 20, 1862, for three years under... More > the command of Colonel Henry C. Rizer. Companies I and K were organized at Ellicott's Mills and Monrovia, Maryland, in April and May 1864. Although the 3rd served throughout the war in the Virginia Theater, they did not get involved in most of the major battles. Their major battles were at Harper's Ferry and Monocacy. The regiment mustered out of the service at Baltimore on May 29, 1865.< Less
Historical Sketch And Roster Of The Texas 26th Cavalry Regiment By John C. Rigdon
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The Texas 26th Cavalry Regiment was formed in March, 1862, using the 7th Texas Cavalry Battalion as its nucleus. Its companies were from Huntsville, Houston, Lockhart, Galveston, Centerville, and... More > Hempstead, and Leon and Walker counties. Consi-dered to be one of the best disciplined regiments in Confederate service, it was assigned to H. Bee's and Debray's Brigade in the Trans-Mississippi Depart-ment. The unit served along the Rio Grande and in January, 1864, contained 29 officers and 571 men. It was involved in the operations against Banks' Red River Campaign, then returned to Texas where it was stationed at Houston and later Navasota. Here the 26th disbanded in May, 1865.< Less
Historical Sketch and Roster of the South Carolina 2nd Infantry Regiment Rifles By John C. Rigdon
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The South Carolina 2nd Regiment Rifles was organized during the spring of 1862 using the 5th South Carolina Battalion Rifles as its nucleus. It was organized from extra companies initially intended... More > for Orr’s Rifles. These companies were organized into a battalion that was officially designated the Fifth South Carolina Infantry Battalion. The unit served in South Carolina, then was ordered to Virginia and assigned to General Jenkins' and Bratton's Brigade. It participated in the Seven Days' Battles and the conflicts at Second Manassas, Sharpsburg, and Fredericksburg. Later the regiment was with Longstreet at Suffolk and D.H. Hill in North Carolina. It moved again with Longstreet but did not take part in the Battle of Chickamauga. The unit was involved in the Knoxville operations, returned to Virginia, and saw action at The Wilderness, Spotsylvania, and Cold Harbor. After enduring the hardships of the Petersburg siege south and north of the James River, it ended the war at Appomattox.< Less
Historical Sketch and Roster of the Mississippi 4th Infantry Regiment By John C. Rigdon
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The Mississippi 4th Infantry Regiment was organized at Grenada as the Fourth Regiment, Second Brigade, Army of Mississippi, and enlisted for twelve months. The Fourth was among the troops posted at... More > Fort Henry on the Tennessee River, under General Lloyd Tilghman. The troops were transferred to Fort Donelson and there captured. Following exchange they were then surrendered at Vicksburg and continued throughout the remainder of the war in the Atlanta Campaign, Franklin, and Nashville, ending the war in the defense of Mobile.< Less
Historical Sketch and Roster of the Georgia 20th Infantry Regiment By John C. Rigdon
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The 20th Georgia Infantry was formed at Columbus in May 1861. They served in the Army of Northern Virginia throughout most of its campaigns. They were attached to Early's Brigade in September of... More > 1861 and transferred to the brigades of Generals Toombs and Benning in April 1862. The 20th fought with the army from the Seven Days Battles to Cold Harbor. They went with General Longstreet to fight at Suffolk, Chickamauga, and operations in east Tennessee including Chattanooga and Knoxville, then returned to Virginia in time for the spring campaign of 1864, enduring the hardships of the Petersburg trenches south and north of the James River. Companies Of The GA 20th Infantry Regiment Company A: Bibb County Company B: Muscogee County. Company C: Jefferson County. Company D: Polk County. Company E: Harris County Company F: Fulton County. Company G: Muscogee County. Company H: Telfair County. Company I: Muscogee County. Company K: Richmond County.< Less
Historical Sketch and Roster of the South Carolina 3rd Artillery Battalion By John C. Rigdon
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The South Carolina 3rd Artillery Battalion, also known as the Palmetto Battalion, was organized in December, 1861. Its members were from the counties of Allendale, Richland, Charleston, Georgetown,... More > and Kershaw. For some time the unit served in the Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, but the companies were frequently detached. Companies A, D, E, G, H, I, and K took part in the battles in and around Charleston. Companies A, G, H, I, and K were included in the surrender of the Army of Tennessee. Companies D, E, and F disbanded after the evacuation of Charleston. Company B fought at Jackson, then saw action in the Atlanta, Tennessee, and North Carolina Campaigns. It surrendered on April 26, 1865. Company C fought at Charleston, Jackson, and Chickamauga, then served at Mobile and surrendered in May, 1865.< Less
Historical Sketch and Roster of the North Carolina 15th Infantry Regiment By John C. Rigdon
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The North Carolina 15th Infantry Regiment, formerly the 5th Volunteers, was organized at Garysburg, North Carolina, in June, 1861. Its members were recruited in the counties of Northampton, Union,... More > Cleveland, Franklin, Harnett, Alamance, and Edgecombe. With about 800 officers and men, the unit was ordered to Yorktown, Virginia. In April, 1862, it had 532 effectives and during the war served under Generals H. Cobb and Cooke. The 15th fought in the Seven Days’ Battles, the Maryland Campaign, and at Fredericksburg. In January, 1863, the regiment moved to Charleston and Savannah, then returned to Virginia. After serving in the Richmond area during the Pennsylvania Campaign it was active in numerous conflicts from Bristoe to Cold Harbor. Later it saw action in the Petersburg trenches south of the James River and the Appomattox Courthouse Campaign.< Less

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