Georgia Military  Records    


 

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Welcome to Georgia Military Records. We are always adding to this site.  If you know of links or have any information  that you would like to submit please send them to Margie Glover-Daniels,  Chuck Pierce or Gloria Holback   

This site is loaded with information on Georgia Military records as well as links and information to the other states.  Be sure and take plenty of time to look around.  I am especially trying to include all information pertaining to women that served. I would greatly appreciate any information or links that pertains to Georgia and it's citizens who served.   

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1835-1842 Second Seminole War
 Seminole chief Osceola refuses to honor treaties agreeing to the movement of the tribe to the west and launches a general war. More than 60,000 militiamen, volunteers and regulars participate in the campaign; 41 percent become casualties.

I am trying to gather information on the 41% causalities and the civilians that were killed in Georgia.  Please send any  information you may have to Margie Daniels

A Great Time Line for the Wars/Conflicts in the United States

April 2002 issue of Family Treemaker

 

 

 

 

 

                                                       


Women In War
We salute Georgia's Women in the military and war!

Lt. Col. Guelda L. Hay
Macon Georgia
Guelda's  medals

Guelda Lemma Hay, a native of Macon County, Georgia joined the Service upon completion of her Nurse’s training in March of 1945, receiving the commission of 2nd Lieutenant at that time.

She served for over twenty years in the capacity of Surgical Nurse, and retired in December of 1967. She served during three major conflicts, and was awarded three Southern Crosses by the Daughters of the Confederacy for being a descendant of a Confederate  Soldier, who herself served. 

We honor these veterans who gave their productive years to the service of their country.


 

Organizations

United Daughters of the Confederacy Georgia Chapters

Thomas J. Hardeman, Jr.
Georgia Chapter 2170 Macon Georgia
   

 

Links

History of Ft. Benning

Confederate Army of Ga.

 

Forums

 Georgia WTBS  Forum

Drop by the  GA WTBS Forum Page. Post your queries, but keep them specific to Georgia and the Civil War.

If you can answer a query for someone, please do so ON THE QUERY BOARD so everyone can benefit from the answer and it will be available for others who visit the site.

Search the page also for answers for what you may be looking for. This board is very active with many great  responses!

Art Chance, William T. Hobgood, Ricky Ray, Kurt Graham and Barry Colbaugh are actively trying to supply some answers. Andy Phrydas,(reference@sos.state.ga.us) Civil War Archivist at the Georgia Department of Archives and History, will also be assisting. We would welcome others to join this team!

American Revolution

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War Of 1812

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Indian Wars

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CSA

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Georgia Men Killed in WWI

We moved to our new site 9/16/2003.

We welcome Gloria Holback to our team!

CSA Indian Records

War Time Journal First Hand Accounts

Links to searchable databases for World
War I, World War II, and Korea. Listings of those killed and buried overseas during the Mexican, Civil, and Spanish-American wars and 2,504 Vietnam War MIA.
  http://www.usabmc.com/

  

 


 

Women's Military History

 


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