Brooks County, Georgia Confederate Soldiers
  • Adams, Lasa; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Born 13 May 1825; Died 17 Jun 1894; Served in Indian Wars, Brushy Creek Battle and Florida Reserves - CSA.
  • Alderman, D.; died at Guinea Station in 1862 in smallpox hospital.
  • Alderman, Henry; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in Co. "C" 61st Regt. GA Infantry; Born 2 Jun 1842; Died 7 Jul 1905; Son of Timothy
  • Alderman, Isaac; Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles"; died in unknown hospital
  • Alderman, James; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in 81st Batt'n Brooks Co. Militia; Born 8 Apr 1824; Died 17 Aug 1887
  • Alderman, Thomas; killed in difficulty after war
  • Alderman, Timothy, Jr.; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; 20th or 26th Batt'n, GA Militia Reg.; Born 13 Jun 1845; Died 23 Feb 1902; Lost leg in war, 1864 
  • Alderman, William; killed at Rappanhannock by shell, August 1862.
  • Allen, Dempsey; died of smallpox.
  • Allen, James D.; Private Jul 30, 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Absent with leave Feb 28, 1862. Pension records show he was "taken sick July 1864 and sent to Richmond, Va hospital, where he remained until Oct. 1864. At home on sick furlough close of war."
  • Alligood, Isaac B.; Private Jul 23, 1861; Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Died in service in Shenandoah County, Va.
  • Alvis, Charles; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Supposed to have been discharged in 1861.
  • Alvis, James E.; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in Co. "K" 50th Regt.; Born in 1828; Died in 1878; Held POW on Lookout Mountain, Federal Prison; Served in Co. "K" 50th Regt., CSA
  • Anderson, Thomas D.; Private Jul 30, 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Killed at Spotsylvania, Va 12 May 1864.
  • Asbell, Noah (or Asbel); Private, 12 Aug 1862. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Surrendered Appomattox, Va 9 Apr 1865.  Born in Georgia in 1840.
  • Atkinson, Alexander; 2nd Sergeant Jul 23, 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Elected Captain Sept 1, 1861.  Resigned on account of hernia, Oct. 22, 1862.
  • Baker, I.
  • Barclay, Chanica; Private June 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Sick at Richmond, Va. Feb. 28, 1862.  No later record.
  • Barclay, Thomas H.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Died in Greaner Hospital at Richmond, Va. Jan. 14, 1862.
  • Baxley, Joseph; Private.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Captured at Wilderness, Va. May 6, 1864.  Died of pneumonia at Elmira, N.Y. Jan. 29, 1865.  Grave #1804, Woodlawn National Cemetery.
  • Beaty, Berrien
  • Beaty, James L.; Brooks County was fortunate in the selection of a former Confederate officer and native-born citizen for its first Ordinary after the transfer of county government into the Ordinaru's hands.  James L. Beaty, the new Ordinary, had served as 2nd Lieutenant in the "Brooks County Rifles" and was born and reared in Brooks county.
  • Belcher, John D.; Believed to be buried in the Concord Cemetery; Served in CSA, 13th GA Inf.; Born 15 Jan 1838; Died 26 Apr 1921
  • Bennet, William Baker; Believed to be buried in West End Cemetery; CSA Grave marker; Grave is marked with an Iron Cross; Born: 9 Oct 1827; Died 3 May 1908
  • Bentley, John W.; Private 23 Jul 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.   Died 9 Sep 1861.
  • Bentley, William G.; Private; 1 May 1862. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Discharged having been elected to civil office in 1864. Believed to be buried in West End Cemetery; Grave is marked with a Confederate Cross; Born:  9 Oct 1827; Died 3 May 1908
  • Benton, Short Judson; Believed to be buried in Dixie Cemetery; Served as Sgt. in CSA, Co. "G" 2nd Batt'n FL Inf.; Born 10 Jan 1832; Died 18 Oct 1914
  • Blanton, William R.; Private 23 Jul 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Died, date and place, not given.
  • Blois, Alfred J. J.; Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Elected 2nd Lieutenant of Captain J. B. Read's Independent Company Georgia Infantry 25 Jul 1861.  Mustered out 25 Jan 1862.  Enlisted as a private in Co. "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Infantry 6 Apr 1863.  Appointed Regimental Hospital Steward.  Captured at Monocacy, Md. 10 Jul 1864.  Released at Point Lookout, Md. 23 Jun 1865.
  • Bowen, Malachi Jones; Believed to be buried in Evergreen Cemetery; Served as a 2nd Lieutenant Co. "C" 29th Georgia Infantry CSA; Born 5 Jul 1829; Died 15 Dec 1889. Husband of Nancy Ann Hall, daughter of Mary Morrison and Sion Hall.
  • Bowers, Silas M.; Private 23 Jul 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Surrendered, Appomattox, Va. 9 apr 1865.
  • Boyd, John B.; Believed to be buried in Oak Hill Cemetery - East; Grave is marked with an Iron Cross; Born 1 May 1842; Died 12 Nov 1908
  • Bozeman, John David; Believed to be buried in Oak Hill Cemetery - East; Grave is marked to show he was a Confederate Soldier; Born: 26 Oct 1836; Died: 16 May 1921.
  • Brannan, Samuel; Private 30 Jul 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Wounded in head and eye at 2nd Manassas, Va. 30 Aug 1862.  Killed at Cedar Creek, Va. 19 Oct 1864.
  • Breen, Timothy; Private 23 Jul 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Admitted to Lovingston, Va. hospital 7 Aug 1862 and furloughed 23 or 30 Aug 1862.  Pension records show he was discharged from Liberty, Va. hospital on account of ulcerated leg, Aug 1862.  Born in Georgia in 1842.
  • Brice, David James; Believed to be buried in old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in Co "K" 50th Regt., GA Volunteer Infantry; Born 1837; Died 6 May 1864; Served in Co. "K" 50th Regt., GA Vol. Inf., CSA, Brooks Co. Militia
  • Brice, Mitchell; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in CSA Brooks Co., Militia 81st Batt'; Born 14 Dec 1840; Died 6 May 1864
  • Brown, Robert D.; Private June 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Transferred to Co. "K", 50th Regiment Ga. Infantry Mar 4, 1862.  Roll for Feb. 28, 1865, last on file, shows him present.  Pension records show he was cut off from command while on detail duty at Lunchburg, Va.  Mar. 1865.  Captured and paroled at Macon, Ga. Apr 1865.
  • Brown, William B.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Died in camp of typhoid fever Aug. 21, 1861.
  • Browning, J.; died in hospital in Charleston, SC in 1862
  • Browning, John; Private 23 Jul 1861.  Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Admitted to Lovingston Hospital at Winchester, Va 14 Aug 1862; Returned to duty 5 Sep 1862.  Paid at Richmond, Va. 25 Oct 1862.  No later record.
  • Browning, Neal; married in Virginia during the war
  • Burch, John M.; Private 11 Jul 1862. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Wounded in right knee at 2nd Manassas, Va 28 Aug 1862.  Discharged, on account of wounds, 10 Mar 1863.
  • Burgess, J.
  • Burkhalter, Albert; Private, June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Surrendered, Appomattox, Va. Apr 9, 1865.
  • Burney, E.; transferred to Navy in 1864
  • Burney, James; killed at Sharpsburg
  • Burney, John; Private 1 May 1862. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Surrendered, Appomattox, Va 9 Apr 1865.
  • Burney, William G.; 3rd Corporal Jul 23, 1861.  Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Retired May 8, 1862.  Enlisted as a private May 8, 1862.  Appointed Sergeant.  Surrendered, Appomattox, Va. Apr 9, 1865.
  • Butler, John R.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Roll for Feb 1863, shows him present.  No later record.
  • Butlet, E.; moved to Colquitt, GA.
  • Campbell, Abner B.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appointed Chaplain of the 54th Regiment Georgia Infantry Feb. 6, 1862.  Resigned Sept. 19, 1863.
  • Campbell, John; Private 23 Jul 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Captured at Spotsylvania, Va. 12 May 1864.  Released at Elmira, N.Y. 19 Jun 1865.
  • Cannon, H. P.; Private Mar. 1, 1862.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Captured near Petersburg, Va. Aug. 28, 1864.  Released at Point Lookout, Md. June 26, 1865.
  • Cannon, John V.; Private Aug. 28, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Died of catarrh, near Orange Court House, Va., Mar. 25, 1862.
  • Carlton, A.; died in hospital
  • Carlton, Aaron; died in hospital
  • Carlton, T.; died in hospital
  • Carroll, Curtis; Served in the Brooks County Militia, CSA;  Son of Joseph Carroll and Edith Hollingsworth of Thomas Co., GA.  He was the husband of Mary Fleming and after her death he married Martha Ann Lively.Believed to be buried in the Evergreen Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in the Brooks County Militia, CSA; Born: 25 Nov 1809; Died 14 Aug 1898.
  • Carroll, Joseph James; Believed to be buried in the Evergreen Baptist Church Cemetery:  Served in Co. "K" 28th Battalion, Georgia Siege Artillery, CSA. Born:  16 Apr 1839; Died:  22 Feb 1910.
  • Carroll, Stephen; Believed to be buried in the Evergreen Baptist Church Cemetery; Born: 16 Sep 1836; Died 12 Sep 1908.
  • Carroll, Timothy; Believed to be buried in the Elam Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in CSA, Co. "F" 4th GA Cav.; Born 25 Jun 1845; Died 25 Mar 1925
  • Chambers, John K.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appointed 1st Sergeant in 1863. Transferred to Co. "B" 4th Regiment South Carolina Cavalry July 28, 1864.  Roll for Oct. 31, 1864, last on file, shows him present.  No later record.
  • Chapman, David F.; Believed to be buried in the Harmony Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in CSA; Born 5 Apr 1840; Died 25 Nov 1914
  • Clark, Henry; Believed to be buried in Clarks or Old Tallokas Cemetery; Marked as Confederate Soldier; Born 17 Nov 1845; Died 12 Jun 1918
  • Clark, Joseph J.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Died at Warrenton, Va., Sept. 19, 1861.
  • Clemons, Hugh; Private 18 Feb 1862; Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Captured, date and place not given.  Took oath of allegiance to US Govt at Fort Delaware, Del. and enlisted in 3rd Regiment US Maryland Cavalry, 22 Sep 1863.
  • Clifford, W. Henry; Private June 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Wounded and captured at Gettysvufg, Pa. July 3, 1863. Exchanged at Fort Delaware, Del. July 31, 1863.  Retired on account of wounds June 20, 1864.
  • Clifton, John; Private 30 Jul 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Filed certificate of disability 28 Oct 1861.  No later record.
  • Cockrell, Samuel D.; 1st Lieutenant June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles". Elected Captain Mar. 1, 1863.  Wounded at Campbell Station, Tenn. Nov. 16, 1863.  Killed at Cold Harbor, Va. June 1, 1864
  • Collins, Joseph W.; Private 23 Jul 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Appears last on roll for 28 Feb 1862.
  • Colter, J.; wounded at Gettysburg; 
  • Colter, William; wounded at Sharpsburg; killed at Tallokas, Georgia, 1876
  • Cone, Isom W.; Private Mar. 1, 1862.  Roll for Feb 28, 1865, last on file, shows him present.  No later record.  Born in Thomasville, Georgia, Mar. 3, 1831.
  • Cone, W. A.; Private Aug. 13, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Roll for Feb. 28, 1865, last on file, shows him present.  No later record.
  • Cooper, W. H., Rev.; Believed to be buried in West End Cemetery; Grave is marked with an Iron Cross; Born: 15 Jan 1842; Died 3 May 1899
  • Copeland, John F.; Believed to be buried in the Copeland Cemetery; Served in CSA; husband of Keziah; Born 7 Jun 1807; Died 27 Jan 1880
  • Copeland, Lucius J.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Roll for Feb. 28, 1865, last on file, shows him present.  No later record.
  • Corley, Isaiah; Believed to be buried in the Evergreen Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in Co. "K", 13th Infantry Regiment; Captured on 3 Apr 1865 in Petersburg, Virginia and was then transferred to the prison at Harts Island, New York; Released June 1865; Born: 26 Mar 1843; Died 23 Nov 1920;  First married to Christine Taylor and then Miss Maggie Johnson.
  • Coulter, John A.; Believed to be buried in Coulter-Strickland Cemetery; Served in CSA, Co. "C" 61st; son of William Coulter Born 1840; Died Dec 1886
  • Coulter, William R.; Believed to be buried in Coulter-Strickland Cemetery; Served in CSA, Co. "C" 61st; son of William Coulter; Born 138; Died 1876
  • Crane, George B.; Believed to be buried in Dixie Cemetery; Served as a Pvt in CSA, Co. "E" 1st Reg't GA Res.; Born 12 Nov 1841; Died 19 Jul 1936
  • Creech, James B.; Private 23 Jul 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Appointed Regimental Commissary Sergeant Nov 1861.  Discharged, disability in 1862.
  • Croft, G.; killed at Fredericksburg
  • Croft, William; wounded at Gettysburg; arm shot off
  • Crosby, Henry Washington; Believed to be buried in Oak Grove Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served as a Pvt in CSA, Co. "K" 50th GA Inf.; Born: 1834; Died 1886
  • Culp, Thomas H.; 3rd Corporal June 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Elected Jr. 2nde Lieutenant Mar. 1, 1863; Captain June 1, 1864.  Wounded in left leg, necessitating amputation at Darbytown Road, VA. Oct. 7, 1864.  On wounded furlough close of war.
  • Culpepper, Mariner J.; 1st Lieutenant Jul 23, 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Appointed Regimental A.Q.M., to rank from Apr 30, 1862, May 1, 1862; Captain and Commissary May 8, 1862.  Resigned Jan 6, 1863.  Resignation accepted Mar 1863.
  • Dampier, Charles M.; Private 1 May 1862. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Captured at Spotsylvania, Va. 12 May 1864.  Exchanged. Pension records show he was at home on furlough close of war.
  • Dampier, John W.; Private 23 Jul 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Died 6 Jan 1864.
  • Dampier, M.; died at home
  • Dampier, Miles; Private 23 Jul 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Captured at Spotsylvania, Va. 12 May 1864. Paroled at Fort Delaware, Del. Feb 1865.  Received at Boulware & Cox's Wharves, James River, Va. for exchange 10 Mar 1865.  No later record.
  • Dampier, William H.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Died Apr 15, 1862.
  • Daniel, John C.; Believed to be buried in the Grooverville Cemetery; Marked as having served in CSA; Born 1834; Died 1864
  • Darricott, Joseph C.; Private 1 Aug 1864. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Wounded and captured at Winchester, Va. 19 Sep 1864.  Released at Fort McHenry, Md. 9 Jun 1865.
  • Darricott, William H.; Private 23 Jul 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Appointed 1st Sergeant 8 May 1862.  Captured at Cedar Creek, Va. 19 Oct 1864. Released at Point Lookout, Md. 26 Jun 1865.
  • Davis, Thomas J.; Private June 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Captured at Wilderness, Va. May 6, 1864.  Died of chronic diarrhea at Elmira, N. Y. Oct 8, 1864.  Grave #659, Woodlawn National Cemetery.
  • Denmark, Allen; Private June 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Discharged from hospital Sept. 14, 1861.  No later record.
  • Denmark, Clayton R.; Private, 23 Jul 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Appointed 4th Corporal in 1862.  Elected Jr. 2nd Lieutenant 8 May 1862.  2nd Lieutenant 1 Oct 1863; Wounded in 1864.  In General Hospital #9 at Richmond, Va. 2 Jun 1864.  In General Hospital at Charlottesville, Va., with wound in right arm, 22 Oct 1864.  Furloughed 29 Nov 1864.  No later record.  Believed to be buried in the Hickory Head Cemetery;  Grave marked with an Iron Cross; Born: 27 Oct 1840; Died: 10 Dec 1886
  • Denmark, R. I.; Private Aug 7, 1862.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appears last on roll for Feb. 28, 1863.
  • Direct, Joseph C.; Private 1 Aug 1864. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Wounded and captured at Winchester, Va. 19 Sep 1864.  Released at Fort McHenry, Md. 9 Jun 1865.
  • Dixon, R.; killed at Sharpsburg
  • Dorsett, Alfred M.; Believed to be buried in Columbia Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served as Sgt. in CSA, Co. "K" 50th GA Inf.
  • Drawdy, Daniel; Private Mar. 26, 1862.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Captured at Cumberland Gap, Tenn. Dec. 9, 1863.  Died of variola at Rock Island, Ill. Mar. 22, 1864.
  • Duckworth, Benjamin F.; See Private, Co. "K"
  • Duggan, A.; died in hospital
  • Duggan, J.; died in hospital
  • Duggan, R.
  • Dugger, William M.
  • Dukes, E.; became preacher in Florida
  • Dukes, J. W.; First Sergeant; 
  • Dukes, Remer; Second Sergeant; killed in Vally of Virginia, 1864.
  • Dukes, Simeon R.; Private 1 May 1862. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Paroled at Lunchburg, Va Apr 1865.
  • Duncan, Charlie; Believed to be buried in Oak Hill Cemetery - East; Grave is marked with an Iron Cross; Born:  7 Feb 1848; Died 18 Nov 1895
  • Durham, James R.; Private 23 Jul 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Appointed 4th Corporal 8 May 1862.  Wounded at Monocacy, Md. 9 Jul 1864, and captured there 10 Jul 1864.  Paroled at Point Lookout, Md. 27 Sep 1864.  Exchanged 30 Sep 1864.  Roll dated 5 Nov 1864, last on file, shows him absent, wounded.  No later record.
  • Durst, J. M.
  • Easters, John L.; Believed to be buried in Dixie Cemetery; Served in CSA, Co. "C" FLA Cav.
  • Edmondson, David; Private 1  May 1862.  Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Wounded and disabled at Soptsylvania, Va. 12 May 1864.  Paroled at Thomasville, Ga. 25 May 1865.
  • Edmondson, J. A.; First Lieutenant promoted to Captain; resigned on account of infirmity
  • Edmondson, James; Private 1 May 1862. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Killed at Wilderness, Va. 5 May 1864.
  • Edmondson, John; Private 3 Sep 1861.  Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Surrendered, Tallahassee, Fla. 10 May 1865.  Paroled, Madison, Fla. 22 May 1865.
  • Edmondson, Simpson David; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in Co. "C" 61st Regt, GA Vol Inf.; Born 23 Jun 1843; Died 21 May 1918; Husband of Mary Wade Edmondson
  • Edmondson, David Adam; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in 81st Batt'n.; Born 1809; Died 1864; Son of Isaac & Anne C. Edmondson; Born Bulloch Co., GA
  • Edmondson, S. D.; wounded at Sharpsburg; furnished substitute
  • Edwards, A.
  • Edwards, John B.; Private June 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Died at Richmond, Va. Feb. 8, 1862.
  • Edwards, Lawrence G.; Private 23 Jul 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Surrendered Tallahassee, Fla. 10 May 1865.  Paroled, Madison, Fla. 22 May 1865.
  • Edwards, Levi M.; Private 16 Nov 1861.  Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Roll dated 5 Nov 1864, last on file, shows him absent, sick.  No later record.
  • Edwards, Thomas J.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Died at Richmond, Va. Feb. 16, 1862.
  • Edwards, Virgil A. S.; Private 23 Jul 1861.  Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Killed at 2nd Manassas, Va. 28 Aug 1864.
  • English, Andrew J.; Private June 6, 1861.  Wounded in finger, necessitating amputation at Wilderness, Va. May 6, 1864. Surrendered appomattox, Va. Apr. 9, 1865.
  • Everette, John B.; Private 23 Jul 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Appointed 5th Sergeant 8 May 1862.  Wounded in 1864.  Absent, wounded, 31 Aug 1864.  Paroled, Thomasville, Ga. 11 May 1865.
  • Exum, John J.; Private Mar. 1, 1862.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Surrendered Appomattox, Va. Apr. 9, 1865.
  • Faircloth, John M.; Private Mar. 7, 1862.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Transferred to Co. "G", 11th Regiment Florida Infantry. June 16, 1864.  Roll for Dec. 31, 1864, last on file, shows him present.  No later record.
  • Faires, Tomas Alrich; Believed to be buried in West End Cemetery; Grave is marked with an Iron Cross; Born:  13 Nov 1830; Died 15 Jul 1913
  • Finch, James B.; Believed to be buried in West End Cemetery; Served with Co. "K" 5th Georgia Infantry, CSA.
  • Flowers, Jackson; Believed to be buried in the Concord Cemetery; Served in CSA, 10th Batt'n, GA Inf.
  • Flowers, Charles H.; Private 1 May 1862.  Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Transferred to C. S. Navy in 1864.  Attached to Semmes' Naval Brigade.  As Landsman Sergeant of Co. "D" 1st Regiment Naval Brigade, he was paroled at Greensboro, N.C. 26 Apr 1865.
  • Flowers, W.; discharged on account of infirmity
  • Floyd, L.; killed at Gettysburg
  • Folsom, Berry J. ; Appointed Quartermaster of the Brooks County Regiment of Militia 10 Jan 1862.  Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Enlisted as a private in Co. "I", 26th Regiment, Ga. Inf. 12 Aug 1862.  Admitted to C.S.A. General Hospital at Charlottesville, Va. 13 Jan 1863.  Returned to duty 14 Jan 1863.  Detailed for hospital duty, on account of disability, 19 Mar 1863.  (Born in Lowndes County, Ga. in 1829.  Died at Morven, Ga in 1902.
  • Folsom, Bryant; Private 1 May 1862.  Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Wounded and captured at Fisher's Hill, Va. 22 Sep 1864.  Admitted to Sheridan D. F. Hospital at Winchester, Va. from Field Hospital, severely wounded in left thigh, 24 Sep 1864.  Transferred to General Hospital 12 Oct 1864, and died there 22 Oct 1864.
  • Folsom, Elbert; Private June 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appears last on roll for Oct. 31, 1861.
  • Folsom, George T.; Private 23 Jul 1861.  Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Absent without leave 1 Jan - 31 Aug, 1864.
  • Folsom, Hampton; Private 14 Aug 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Died 6 Jan 1862.
  • Folsom, John A.; Private 12 Aug 1862. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Wounded in left shoulder at Fredericksburg, Va. 13 Dec 1862.  Captured at Cedar Creek, Va. 19 Oct 1864.  Paroled at Point Lookout, Md. and transferred to Aiken's Landing, Va. for exchange, 28 Mar 1865.  (Born in Georgia 14 Jul 1834.)
  • Folsom, John M.; Private Aug. 28, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Died of typhoid fever Feb. 23, 1862.
  • Folsom, Thomas; Believed to be buried in the Folsom-Thomas Cemetery; Marked as a Confederate Veteran; Born 3 Nov 1805; Died 15 Nov 1877.
  • Folsom, William J.; Private 14 Aug 1861.  Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Discharged, disability, 6 Jan 1862.
  • Franklin, Edward G.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appointed 1st Corporal.  Surrendered Appomattox, Va. Apr. 9, 1865.
  • Fulford, John W.; Believed to be buried in the Harmony Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served as a Corp in CSA, Co "E" 50t GA Inf.
  • Glover, Alexander N.; Private Mar. 1, 1862.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Paid at Richmond, Va. Sept. 1, 1962.  No later record.
  • Glover, Nicholas; Private, Mar. 1, 1862.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  On furlough of indulgence in Ga. Feb. 28, 1865.  Surrendered, Tallahassee, Fla. May 10, 1865.  Paroled at Thomasville, Ga. May 15, 1865.
  • Golman, J.
  • Goodwin, E.; killed at Gettysburg in 1863.
  • Gornto, Nathan L.; Private Mar 1, 1862.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Wounded in leg necessitating amputation below knee, at Darbytown Road, Va. Oct. 7, 1864.  On wounded furlough in Ga. close of war.
  • Gornto, William Blair; Believed to be buried in the Gornto Cemetery; Served CSA, Co. "A" 29th Batt'n, GA Cavalry; husband of Martha Gornto
  • Graves, Samuel A.; Private 23 Jul 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Captured at Fisher's Hill, Va. 22 Sep 1864.  Released at Point Lookout, Md. 27 Jun 1865.
  • Gray, E.; Third Corporal; died in unknown hospital
  • Gray, Josh;
  • Gray, T.; died in hospital in 1862
  • Green, Leander; Private Mar. 1, 1862. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Absent without leave June 12, 1864- Feb 18, 1865.  No later record.
  • Green, Peter R.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Captured near Knoxville, Tenn, Dec. 3, 1863.  Died of chronic diarrhea at Rock Island, Ill. Jan. 21, 1865.
  • Griffin, George H. T.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Captured near Petersburg, Va. Oct. 27, 1864.  Released at Point Lookout, Md June 27, 1865.
  • Griffin, John; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in 81st Batt'n, Brooks Co. Militia; Born 30 Aug 1819; Died 23 Oct 1890
  • Griffin, John P.; Believed to be buried in the Hall Cemetery; Served in CSA, Co. "G" 29th GA Inf.
  • Griffin, M. P.; Believed to be buried in the Hall Cemetery; Served in CSA, GA. Reserves
  • Griffin, Samuel M.; Believed to be buried in the West End Cemetery; Grave is marked with a Confederate Iron Cross; Born:  30 Aug 1847; 16 Jun 1901
  • Griffin, Sta D.; Believed to be buried in the Hall Cemetery; Served in CSA, Co. "K" 29th GA Inf.
  • Griffin, William W.; Private 1 May 1862.  Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Wounded in left leg and permanently disabled at Fredericksburg, Va. 13 Dec 1862.  Pension records show he was at home, wounded, close of war.  (Born in Georgia in 1843.) Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in Brooks Co. "I" 26th GA Inf CSA
  • Groover, Clayton; 4th Sergeant Jul 23, 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Retired May 8, 1862.  Reenlisted in 1862.  Wounded in 1862.  Paid commutation of rations while on wounded furlough from Jul 10, 1862 to Jul 29, 1862 at Fredericksburg, Va apr 6, 1863.  Believed to be buried in the West End Cemetery; Grave is marked with a Confederate Iron Cross
  • Groover, Daniel Abner; Private 12 Aug 1862. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Captured at Gettysburg, Pa. 3 Jul 1863.  Paroled at Point Lookout, Md. and transferred to City Point, Va. for exchange, 6 Mar 1864.  Surrendered, Appomattox, Va. 9 Apr 1865.  (Born in Georgia.)
  • Groover, Henry C.; Private 23 Jul 1861.  Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Reported "sick in quarters," on roll dated 28 Feb 1862.  No later record.
  • Groover, James I.; 1st Sergeant Jul 23, 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Retired May 8, 1862.  Enlisted as a private May 8, 1862. Surrendered, Appomattox, Va Apr 9, 1865.
  • Groover, Thomas A.; Private 1 May 1862. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Wounded in left arm, necessitating amputation below elbow, at Cold Harbor, Va. 28 Jun 1862.  Paroled at Thomasville, Ga. 20 May 1865.
  • Gunn, J.; deserted or killed on return from Pennsylvania
  • Gunn, William
  • Gunter, George Washington; Believed to be buried in Oak Hill Cemetery - East; Grave is marked with an Iron Cross; Born 16 Apr 1839; Died: 12 Apr 1921
  • Haddock, J. W.; Believed to be buried in Hickory Head Cemetery; Grave Marked CSA; Born: 28 Aug 1847; Died 21 May 1933
  • Hagins, M.; Private Mar. 1, 1862.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Sick at Lunchburg, Va. Feb. 28, 1963.  Died in Miller's Hospital at Lunchburg, Va. July 1, 1863.  Buried there in Confederate Cemetery No. 6, 2nd Line, Lot 192.
  • Hall, Abijah; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Wounded at 2nd Manassas, Va. Aug. 30, 1862; Richmond, Va in 1864.  Captured in Richmond, Va. hospital Apr. 3, 1865.  Released from U. S. A. General Hospital at Point Lookout, Md. July 7, 1865.
  • Hall, Bolin G.; Believed to be buried in Hall Cemetery; Served in CSA, GA Inf.  Grave marked with an Iron Cross.
  • Hall, Lyman; Believed to be buried in Hall Cemetery; Served in CSA, GA Inf.  Grave marked with an Iron Cross.
  • Hamilton, W. B.; Believed to be buried in Evergreen Cemetery; Served in the Co. "G" 14th Georgia Infantry Regiment, known as "Yancey Independents."  Husband of the former Miss Amanda Roberta Reeves.  Born: 25 Nov 1842; Died 16 Sep 1925.
  • Hammock, J.; died in hospital in 1862
  • Hammond, Richard N.; Private 23 Jul 1861.  Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Appointed 4th Sergeant 22 May 1862.  Wounded in 1864. Paroled, Madison, Fla. 19 May 1865.
  • Hampton, Stephen Henry; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in 4th Corp Co. "E" 17th Reg't., GA; Born in Aug 1835; Died 3 May 1919; Husband of Eliz J. Cumbest.
  • Hancock, A.; wounded at Fredericksburg in 1862
  • Hancock, J.; wounded at Sharpsburg
  • Hardee, Allen W.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appointed Sergeant.  Roll for Jan - Feb 1863, lst on which borne, show him "substituted by John Welch in accordance with new substitute law; now absent without leave." No later record.
  • Hardee, G. S.; Private Mar. 1, 1862.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Detailed courier for Gen. Longstreet in 1862.  Wounded in 1864.  On wounded furlough in Ga Feb. 28, 1865; No later record.
  • Hardee, Robert A.; Captain June 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" Wounded, date and place unknown.  Resigned on account ofwounds Mar. 1, 1863.
  • Hardee, Thomas J.; Jr.; 2nd Lieutenant June 6, 1861.  Elected 1st Lieutenant Mar. 1, 1863.  Hardee, Robert A.; Captain June 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" . Wounded in right knee, necessitating amputation, at Campbell Station, Tenn. Nov. 16, 1863.  Elected Captain Oct. 7, 1864. Retired to Invalid Corps Dec. 7, 1864.
  • Harden, Edward R.; Believed to be buried in the West End Cemetery; Grave is marked with a Confederate Iron Cross; Born 1861; Died 1885
  • Harden, Frank R.; Believed to be buried in the West End Cemetery; Grave is marked with a Confederate Iron Cross
  • Harrell, Green B.; Private 3 Mar 1863. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Admitted to general Hospital #9, at Richmond, Va. 2 Dec 1864, "Disposition, 1 Dec 60 days." Paroled at Thomasville, Ga. 15 May 1865.
  • Harris, B.; died in hospital in 1862
  • Harris, J.; died in hospital in 1862
  • Harris, James M.; Private June 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appears last on roll for Oct. 31, 1861.
  • Harris, J. M.; Third Lieutenant; resigned on account of infirmity
  • Harris, Joshua Glenn; 1st Corporal Jul 23, 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Appointed 3rd Sergeant May 8, 1862.  Wounded at Fredericksburg, Va. Dec. 13, 1862.  Pension records show he was wounded through left hand and left foot at Marye's Hieghts, Va May 4, 1863. Captured at Monocacy, Md. Jul 9, 1864, and released at Elmira, N.Y. in 1865.  Born in Greene County, Ga in 1833.
  • Harris, R.; died in hospital in 1862
  • Herndon, John W.; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in Co. "C" 61st Reg't., GA Inf., Brooks Co.; Born 30 Jan 1845
  • Herring, B. Clayton; Private 1 Jan 1862.  Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Wounded at 2nd Manassas, Va. 28 Aug 1862; through hip at Fredericksburg, Va. 13 Dec 1862; at Spotsylvania, Va. 12 May 1864.  Appointed 2nd Corporal 1 Oct 1864. Wounded at Cedar Creek, Va. 19 Oct 1864.  Roll dated 5 Nov 1864, last on file, shows him absent, wounded.  (Born in Georgia 9 Apr 1843.)
  • Herring, Benjamin; Believed to be buried in the Herring Cemetery; Grave marked CSA
  • Herring, Henry J.; Private 1 May 1862. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Wounded at 2nd Manassas, Va. 28 Aug 1862.  Killed at Cold Harbor, Va. 1 Jun 1864.
  • Herring, Robert A.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Died at Warrenton, Va. Sept. 17, 1861.
  • Hesters, Thomas R.; Private 12 Aug 1862. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Surrendered, Appomattox, Va. 9 Apr 1865.
  • Hiers, Phillip; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in Co. "E" 1st GA. Res.; CSA; Born 1812; Died Sep 1896; Son of Daniel & Susan Hiers
  • Hiers, William H.; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in 81st Militia, Co. "C", 26th Regt, GA, Inf., CSA; Born 25 Dec 1831; Died 30 Jun 1908
  • Hilliard, James; Believed to be buried in the West End Cemetery; Grave is marked with a Confederate Iron Cross; Died 7 Jun 1874
  • Hires, D.; killed at Sharpsburg in 1862.
  • Holloway, W.; killed at Wilderness in 1862.
  • Holloway, William R., Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in Co. "A" 12th GA; Served in Militia, CSA, Co. "A" 12th GA.  Born 1823; Son of William Holloway, Jr.
  • Hood, Calvin; captured in 1864
  • Hopson, John H.; Believed to be buried in the West End Cemetery; Served as a 2nd Lieutenant in Co. "D" 17th Georgia Infantry, CSA.
  • Hubert, Hiram; Believed to be buried in the West End Cemetery; Grave is marked with a Confederate Iron Cross; Born:  17 Jun 1831; Died:  9 Mar 1913
  • Humphreys, A. S.; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in 81st Batt'n, Brooks Co., Militia; Bron 9 Oct 1818; Died 26 Oct 1897
  • Hunter, Hardy; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Died at Richmond, Va. Feb. 6, 1862.
  • Hunter, James H.; Believed to be buried in the West End Cemetery; Grave is marked with a Confederate Iron Cross; Served in Co. "C" 26th Georgia Regiment; son of J. H. & Sue F. Hunter; Born: 2 Dec 1830; Died: 31 Oct 1874
  • Hunter James H.; 1st Lieutenant Jul 23, 1861.  Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Wounded at 2nd Manassas, Va Aug 28, 1862.  Elected Captain Feb 6, 1863.  Resigned Oct. 1, 1863.
  • Hunter, Jessie Everett; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Transferred to Co. "A" 20th Battn. Ga. Cavalry May 16, 1862 to Co. "D" Jan 1863; to Co. "E" Sept. 21, 1863.  appointed 2nd Sergeant Oct 1, 1863; 1st Sergeant Sept. 1, 1864; Roll for Oct 31, 1864, last on file, shows him present.  No later record.  Pension records show he surrendered at Augusta, Ga. Apr. 1865. Believed to be buried in Oak Hill Cemetery - East; Grave is marked with an Iron Cross; Born:  11 Nov 1843 in Georgia; Died: 31 Jul 1920
  • Hurnden, J.; wounded at Mine run in 1863
  • Hutto, James; Believed to be buried in the Columbia Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in CSA, Co. "K" GA Cavalry
  • Ingram, Abel; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in Co. "E" 1st GA Batt'n Reserves; Born 13 Nov 1845; Died 28 Oct 1928
  • Ingram, Sam; died in hospital in 1862
  • Ireland, T. J.; wounded at Fredericksburg
  • Ireland, William; killed at Sharpsburg
  • Jelks, Dr. E. A.; Dr. Jelks, regimental surgeon was an honored and very much beloved veteran of Quitman.  He was affectionately referred to as "The Noble Surgeon." He was faithful to his post of duty, a man of unusual tenderness, kindness, and efficiency in treating the sick and wounded.
  • Johnson, J. J.; furnished substitute
  • Johnson, J. W.; M.D.; wounded and captured at Gettysburg
  • Jones, Andrew Jackson;  Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Roll for Feb 28, 1865, last on file, shows him present. No later record.  Believed to be buried in Evergreen Baptist Church Cemetery; Born:  27 Dec 1836; Died 3 Oct 1912; husband of former Catherine A. Norwood.
  • Jones, Asbury Morgan; Believed to be buried in Dixie Cemetery; Served in CSA, Co. "B" 3rd SC Cav.; Born 8 Aug 1831; Died 10 Oct 1908
  • Jones, Franklin L.; Believed to be buried in Oak Hill Cemetery - East; Grave marked as a Confederate Soldier; Born: 17 Jul 1831; Died 15 Feb 1914
  • Jones, Nathan; 3rd Sergeant June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Believed to be buried in the Jones-Powell-Clyatt Cemetery;  Marker shows he participated in Confederate Service at Warrenton, VA. Born:  21 Feb 1834; Died of typhoid fever on 20 Aug 1861.
  • Jordan, Alonzo; Believed to be buried in the Harmony Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in CSA, Co. "D" 5th Batt'n, Georgia Inf. State Guards; Born 13 Apr 1828; Died 19 May 1907
  • Joyce, John D.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appointed 1st Sergeant, Roll for Feb. 28, 1865, last on file, shows him present.  No later record.
  • Keene, R.
  • Kelly, J. J.; Private Mar 1, 1862.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Deserted May 1, 1863.
  • Kent, David Austin; Believed to be buried in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery; Served in the Georgia Infantry
  • Kent, G.; wounded at Gettysburg
  • Kent, Lonnie; Believed to be buried in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery; Served in the Georgia Infantry
  • King, Jesse; Believed to be buried in Corinth Cemetery; Served as a Sgt. in CSA, Co "K" Georgia Infantry.
  • Lamon, William J.; Believed to be buried in the Evergreen Baptist Church Cemetery; According to his tombstone, he served as a Private in Co. "D" 2nd Florida Battalion Infantry, CSA;  Husband of the former Miss Jemima Stone;  Born 18 Apr 1830; Died: 21 Sep 1906.
  • Lane, Abram Hunter; 2nd Sergeant June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Transferred to regimental band Nov. 11, 1863.  Roll for Feb. 28, 1865, last on file shows him present.  No later record.
  • Lane, Oscar B.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Captured at Darbytown Road, Va. Oct. 7, 1864.  Exchanged.  Surrendered, Tallahassee, Fla. May 10, 1865.  Paroled at Thomasville, Ga. May 18, 1865.
  • Lane, William A.; Captain July 23, 1861.  Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Elected Lieutenant Colonel Aug 17, 1861.  Retired May 10, 1862.  Applied to Secretary of War for appointment to some position with rank not lower than Captain July 12, 1862.
  • Lawson, Larence Folsom; Believed to be buried in Corinth Cemetery; Served in CSA Co. "H" 26th Georgia Inf.; Born 29 Jan 1844; Died 1 Jan 1930
  • LeSueur, Thomas; Believed to be buried in Gaulden Cemetery; Served in CSA; Wounded in 2nd Battle of Manassas
  • Lewis A.; wounded in battle, died in hospital
  • Lewis, H.; died at home after being discharged for disabilities
  • Lewis, J.; wounded at Gettysburg and Wilderness; died in hospital
  • Lewis, M.;
  • Lewis, Wiley Melus; Believed to be buried in Oak Hill Cemetery - East; Served in CSA, Co. "E" 1 GA Res. Inf; Grave marked as Confederate Soldier; Born:  Jul 1847; Died: 1 Jul 1931
  • Little, T. E.; Died at Bethesda, spine being injured by diving to the bottom of a stream; died in hospital
  • Lovett, Aaron
  • Lovett, William; Died in hospital in Strasburg, VA, 1862 with pneumonia
  • Lovette, J.; died in hospital in Richmond, VA; July 1862
  • Lucas, Virgil E.; 2nd Corporal Jul 23, 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Retired May 8, 1863.  Enlisted as a private May 8, 1862.  Roll dated Nov 5, 1864, last on file, shows him absent, sick.  No later record.
  • Maulden, Eli W.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Sick in Richmond, Va. hospital Oct. 31, 1861.  No later record.
  • Maulden, Henry C.; Private June 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appears last on roll for Oct. 31, 1861.
  • Maulden, James L.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  On detail duty as Enrolling Officer in Brooks County, Ga. Feb. 28, 1865. No later record.
  • Maulden, Jesse W.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Discharged Oct. 13, 1861.
  • Maulden, Leroy; Private June 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Wounded at Rappahannock Bridge, Va. Nov. 8, 1862.  Supposed to have died from wounds.
  • McCall, John G.; was seriously wounded at the battle of Antietam.  His lower Jaw was shot away, and his tongue was severely cut.  The hard pressed doctors said it would be a waste of time to try to do anything for him as he was mortally wounded. His brother. W. C. McCall, also a fearless soldier, demanded that something be done for him.  He was carried to a home near by where a good woman allowed him to stay in her kitchen until he could be taken home.  An old straight back chair was turned up-side down, his sheep skin thrown over it upon which he reclined while the surgeon extracted ball, teeth and bone without any aesthetic.  This faithful brother was his constant companion.  He  fed him one drop at a time on milk that he begged.  The teaspoon was of unknown origin.  Family tradition said that it was stolen.  Capt. McCall recovered and lived to a ripe old age of 86 years, an honored and useful citizen of Quitman, lawyer, farmer, Judge, Mayor, and a Sunday School teacher in the Quitman Baptist Church for more than 50 years.  In later years the Veteran's Camp of Brooks county was named for him.
  • McCall, J. H.; Believed to be buried in Oak Hill Cemetery - East; Grave is marked with an Iron Cross; Born:  19 Oct 1837; Died: 11 Feb 1909
  • McCann, Jeremiah; 4th Corporal June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Died in Virginia Jan. 20, 1862.  Believed to be buried at Front Royal, Va.
  • McCann, Joseph F.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appointed Corporal.   Wounded in leg, necessitating amputation at Petersburg, Va. July 22, 1864.  At home in Thomas County, Ga. on wounded furlough close of war.
  • McCardell, John Augustus (possible CSA); Unmarked Grave; Believed to be buried in Bethany or Hunter Cemetery
  • McCloud, Jeremiah W.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Sick in Richmond, Va. hospital Oct. 31, 1861.  No later record.
  • McCoy, William; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Paroled, Thomasville, Ga. May 25, 1865.
  • McDonald, Daniel, First Lieutenant, promoted to Captain.  Wounded at Sharpsburg, September 17, 1862; Fredericksburg, December 13, 1862; captured at Spotsylvania courthouse, May 12, 1864
  • McDonald, James, Captain; elected lieutenant-colonel of regiment; resigned on account of age and infirmity.
  • McDow, F. M.; wounded at Sharpsburg with flag in hand; captured at Spotsylvania Court House with flag in hand; 12 May 1864; died in prison.
  • McGrow, R. A.; discharged for disabilities
  • McIntosh, Malcom Smith; Believed to be buried in the West End Cemetery; Served in the CSA Georgia Cavalry; Born 14 Feb 1828; Died: 31 Oct 1876
  • McMullen, Eli, 1st Corporal June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appears last on roll for Oct. 31, 1861.  Believed to be buried in the McMullin, John Cemetery; Grave site has Iron Cross; Born: 28 Jul 1840; Died: 3 Jan 1862
  • McMullen, George; Believed to be buried in Hickory Head Cemetery; Grave marked CSA; Born 13 Jul 1847; Died 27 Mar 1932
  • McMullen, H. O.; wounded in battle in 1864; lost a leg
  • McMullen, John W.; Private June 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Wounded in 1864.  On detail duty in Division Hospital in 1864.  Paroled at Madison, Fla. May 19, 1865.
  • McMullen, John West; Believed to be buried in Oak Hill Cemetery - East; Born 6 Jan 1838; Died 1 Jul 1915
  • McMullen, Malcomb L.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Captured at Gettysburg, Pa. July 2, 1863.  Sent to Fort Delaware, Del. Roll for Feb. 28, 1865, last on file reports him "Prisoner of War." No later record.
  • McMullen, W.; died in hospital after Manassas Battle
  • McNeil, Lucius; 4th Sergeant June 6, 1961.  erved in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Died at Warrenton, VA. Oct. 12, 1861.
  • McRae, C. C.; Believed to be buried in the McRae/Studstill Cemetery; Served in CSA, Co. "A" 12th GA.  Born:  16 Aug 1848; Died 16 Jan 1941
  • Millen, William H.; Private June 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appointed 2nd Sergeant.  Wounded in 1864.  Roll for Feb 28, 1865, last on file, shows him disabled from wounds.  No later record.
  • Miller, J.; killed at Fredericksburg Dec 1862
  • Mobley, William; discharged
  • Monroe, Francis A.; Believed to be buried in the Evergreen Cemetery; Served as a Confederate Veteran, having enlisted from Florida in the company of Capt. Ben Partridge.  Bor 1845; Died 1911.  Husband of Sophia E. Burton.
  • Moore, J. T.
  • Moran, John J.; Believed to be buried in Oak Hill Cemetery - East; Grave is marked with an iron cross; Born:  25 Feb 1847; Died 16 Mar 1921
  • Morrison, Angus; Believed to be buried in Hall Cemetery; Served in CSA; Born 13 Jun 1819; Died 29 Oct 1873. Wiregrass, Vol 1, p. 226.
  • Morrow, James E.; Private June 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Pension records show he served eighteen months when he was discharged on account of hemorrhage from lungs.
  • Mounger, John C. L.; Private June 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Elected 2nd Lieutenant Mar. 1, 1863. Killed at Wilderness, Va. May 6, 1864.
  • Mounger, T. J.; Private Mar. 1, 1862. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appears last on roll for Apr. 30, 1864.
  • Murdock, Benjamin S.; Private Aug. 28, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Died of acute dysentery at Camp Bartow, near Fairfax, Va. Sept. 25, 1861.
  • Murdock, James F.; Private Aug. 18, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .   Roll for Feb. 28, 1865 last on file, shows him present.  No later record.
  • Murdock, L. C.; Private May 1, 1864. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Roll for Feb. 28, 1865, last on file, shows him present.  No later record.
  • Murdock, R. C.; Private Mar. 1, 1862. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Roll for Feb. 28, 1865, last on file shows him present.  No later record.
  • Nesmith, Henry; died in hospital
  • Nesmith, T. R.
  • Newton, Isaac T. A.; Private June 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Died at Warrenton, Va. Oct. 15, 1861.
  • Newton, John T., Rev.; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served as Pastor of Bethal; Born 22 Mar 1806 in Bulloch, GA; Died 1864; Husband of Martha
  • Newton, David Adam; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in 81st Batt'n; Born 1809; Died 1864; son of Isaac and Ann.
  • Newton, G. W.
  • Newton, William; died in hospital
  • Norwood, James E.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Wounded and captured at Lee's Mill, Va. Feb. 14, 1865.  Discharged from Armory Square U. S. A. General Hospital, at Washington D. C. Aug. 8, 1865.
  • Oglesby, Joseph J.; Believed to be buried in Oak Hill Cemetery - East; Grave marked to show he was a Confederate Soldier; Born:  14 Aug 1838; Died: 6 Jan 1914
  • Olliff, Zadock; Believed to be buried in Oak Grove Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in CSA, Co. "B" 18th GA Inf.; Born 12 Nov 1824; Died 22 Sep 1903
  • Owens, William M.; Believed to be buried in the Rose Lawn Cemetery; Served in the 12th Georgia Militia
  • Pace, William Sr.; Believed to be buried in the Gornto Cemetery; Served as 2nd Lt, CSA, Co. "E" 29th Batt'n.
  • Parrish, Ansel; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served as 3rd Sgt, Co "I" 50th Regt, Berrien Co.; Co. "E" 5th GA Cavalry; Born 5 Apr 1845; Died 30 Dec 1927
  • Patrick, William Jackson; Served as a Private, Co. "H" 46th Regiment Georgia Infantry. Married twice; Believed to be buried in the Old Patrick Cemeter (Lebanon).
  • Peacock, John T.; 4th Corporal Jul 23, 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Retired May 8, 1862.
  • Pedrick, James H.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appears last on roll for Apr. 30, 1864
  • Percell, John, Third Sergeant; detailed in charge of an engineering corps
  • Phillips, John; Private Aug. 28, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Died Nov. 20 1861.
  • Phillips, William W.; Private Aug. 28, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Died at Richmond, Va. May 6, 1861.
  • Pike, C. L.; Private Mar. 26, 1862. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Deserted Aug. 15, 1864.
  • Pollard, John T.; Private June 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Captured at Wilderness, Va. May 6, 1864. Paroled at Elmira, N. Y. Oct. 11, 1865.  Surrendered, Tallahassee, Fla. May 10, 1865.  Paroled at Thomasville, Ga. May 18, 1865.
  • Presley, Wyatt; Believed to be buried in the Harmony Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in CSA, Co. "A" 48th N. Inf.  Born: 2 Mar 1827; Died: 29 Oct 1898
  • Quarterman, Charles; Believed to be buried in the West End Cemetery; Served in the Coast Guard BM Georgia Militia, CSA; Died: 12 Oct 1889
  • Rainey, Daniel C.; Private June 5, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appointed 1st Sergeant July 28, 1864.  Roll for Feb. 28, 1865, last on file, shows him present.  No later record.  Died in Thomas Co., GA. Mar. 13, 1927.
  • Rainey, B.; wounded in Gaines Mill, 1862; disabled and discharged
  • Rainey, J.; wounded at Sharpsburg, VA; died in hospital in Strasburg, VA
  • Rainey, Seaborn; Private Aug. 28, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appears last on roll for Oct. 31, 1861.
  • Rainey, William; Private Aug. 28, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appears last on roll for Oct. 31, 1861.
  • Rainey, William C. H.; 2nd Lieutenant June 6, 1861; Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles". Resigned Dec. 1861 or Jan. 1863.
  • Ramsey, E. C.; Believed to be buried in the Ramsey Family Cemetery; Served in Co. "D" 8th Georgia Cavalry; 
  • Raysor, George D.; Believed to be buried in Oak Hill Cemetery - East; Grave marked to show him as a Confederate Soldier; Born:  3 Feb 1843; Died 23 Aug 1909
  • Reddick, Jacob; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served as 2nd Lt, Co. "I" 8th GA Cavalry; Born 24 Jul 1830; Died 27 Mar 1899
  • Reddick, N. M., First Sergeant; wounded at Fredericksburg; served through the war; surrendered at Soptsylvania courtouse.
  • Reddick, Peter; died in hospital on Jeckyl Island with measles in 1861.
  • Reddick, William; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in Co. "A", GA Militia 12th; Born 4 Nov 1847; Died 15 Dec 1927
  • Rentford, R. T. R.; died in hospital
  • Ricks, George
  • Ricks, J. R.; Second Corporal; captured at Gettysburg
  • Roberson, J. R., Capt; Believed to be buried in the Robinson (Roberson) Wade Cemetery; Grave is marked with a CSA Marker; Died Jul 1883.
  • Roberts, Elias; Private Aug. 28, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Deserted June 12, 1864.
  • Roberts, Hezekiah, Sgt.; Believed to be buried in Roberts Cemetery; Served in Co. "C" 61st Georgia Infantry; Born: 25 Dec 1839; Died: 20 Feb 1933; Son of Nancy & Elias Roberts
  • Roberts, H.
  • Robinson, Francis M.; Believed to be buried in the Robinson (Roberson) Wade Cemetery; Grave is marked with a CSA Marker; Born 1847; Died 8 Aug 1864
  • Robinson, Harmon J.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Killed at Wilderness, Va. May 6, 1864.
  • Robinson, James R.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Elected 1st Lieutenant Oct. 7, 1864.  Surrendered, Appomattox, Va. Apr. 8, 1865.
  • Robinson, William A.; Believed to be buried in the Robinson (Roberson) Wade Cemetery; Grave is marked with a CSA Marker; Born 1836; Died 28 Feb 1862
  • Rogers, Nathan B.; 3rd Sergeant Jul 23, 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Elected Jr. 2nd Lieutenant May 8, 1862; 2nd Lieutenant Feb 6, 1863; 1st Lieutenant Oct. 1, 1863. Roll dated Nov 5, 1864, last on file, shows him absent sick.  No later record.
  • Rogers, William J., Capt.; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in Co. "C" 26th Regt.; GA Vol Inf; Born 1817; Died 1864
  • Ross, H. J.; Private Apr. 15, 1864. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Killed at Wilderness, Va. May 6, 1864.
  • Royal, D. A.; elected second lieutenant; promoted to first lieutenant; wounded at Wilderness, 1864.
  • Royal, I. A.; killed at Wilderness
  • Rushin, James M.; Jr. 2nd Lieutenant Jul 23, 1861. Served in Company "I" 26th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia, C.S.A.; Brooks County, Georgia Piscola Volunteers.  Retired May 8, 1863.
  • Salter, William
  • Sapp, Henry; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in CSA, Co. "K", 18th Regt, GA Inf; Born 10 Feb 1828; Died 18 Jun 1919; Lost his right leg in 2nd Manassas
  • Sapp, Moses W.; Private June 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Captured at Rogersville, Ala. Dec. 12, 1863.  Took oath of allegiance to U.S. Govt at Rock Island, Ill and enlisted in Co. "K", 2nd Regiment U. S. Infantry Oct 13, 1864, for service on the frontier.
  • Scott, James Edward; Believed to be buried in Oak Hill Cemetery - East; Grave is marked with an Iron Cross; Born: 3 Mar 1836; Died 17 Mar 1920
  • See, John T.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Absent without leave Dec. 25, 1864 - Feb. 28, 1865.  No later record.
  • Selph, G. W.
  • Selph, J.
  • Selph, James D.; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in Co. "D" 20th GA Cavalry, CSA
  • Selph, J. W.; killed at Cold Harbor
  • Selph, Thomas H.; Believed to be buried in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery; Born 1843; Died 1920; Grave marked as Confederate Soldier; husband of Elizabeth Selph
  • Sewell, James M.; Private June 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appears last on roll for Feb. 28, 1863.
  • Sherrod, James; wounded at Sharpsburg
  • Sherrod, John; died in hospital after battle of Wilderness
  • Shiver, Hampton; Believed to be buried in Philadelphia Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in Co. "A" 20th Georgia Cavalry; Born: 14 May 1830; Died: 3 Dec 1907; Served in Co. "A" 20th Georgia Cavalry.
  • Sibley, Clement C.; 1st Sergeant June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" . Died at Warrenton, VA. Sept. 25, 1861.
  • Sikes, J. M.; Private Mar. 1, 1862. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Supposed to have died at Richmond, Va. in 1862.
  • Simmons, James Mitchel, Believed to be buried in the Providence Methodist Church Cemetery; Born: 1841; Died 1923; Grave marked as CSA
  • Simmons, Moses W.; Believed to be buried in Lebanon Cemetery; Served as 1st Sgt in CSA.  Born:  12 Jul 1833; Died 8 Dec 1905; Husband of Mary Amanda O'Neal.
  • Simpson, Morris Frederick; Believed to be buried in the Evergreen Cemetery; Grave is marked with a Confederate Iron Cross; Served in Co. "G" 14th Georgia Infantry Regiment, known as the "Yancey Independents. Born: 16 Mar 1841; Died: 8 Jun 1917; husband of Narcissa Winifred Hamilton.
  • Sinclair, Benjamin Waters; Believed to be buried in the West End Cemetery; Grave is marked with a Confederate Iron Cross; Born: 12 Sep 1812, Scotland; Died: 7 Jul 1878
  • Sloan, J.; wounded at Gettysburg; elected Sheriff of Colquitt during war and resigned office of Lieutenant
  • Sloan, N.; wounded and captured at Gettysburg; died in prison
  • Smith, Elias; Private Aug. 7, 1862. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Died in Winder Hospital at Richmond, Va. July 19, 1864. Buried there in Hollywood Cemetery.
  • Smith, Hill; wounded at Gettysburg and discharged
  • Smith, James; leg cut off by train at Richmond, VA when he started home on a furlough
  • Smith, Joe; died at Fredericksburg, Dec 1862
  • Smith, Oliver P.; Private, June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Discharged Sept. 1861. (Born in 1844)
  • Smith, W. G.; died in hospital
  • Smith, W. H. C.; wounded at Fisher's Hill in 1864
  • Snipes, M.; Private June 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Roll for Feb. 28, 1865, last on file, shows him present. No later record.
  • Stallings, Josiah M.; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Church Cemetery; Served in Co. "A" 20th Batt'n 10th GA Cavalry; Born 9 May 1833; Died 21 Nov 1908; son of Wiley Stallings, mason.
  • Stanaland, Daniel B.; Believed to be buried in the Evergreen Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in the "Dixie Boys" and was eventually captured when Vicksburg surrendered and after being held for about three weeks he was exchanged.  He returned to his regiment and remained with them until the war ended.  Husband of former Miss Elizabeth Mounain; Born:  15 Oct 1839; Died: 4 Oct 1912.
  • Stanley, James B. R.; Private June 24, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appears last on roll for Oct. 31, 1861.
  • Stephens, Cader R.; Private June 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Died at Manassas, Va. Jan. 26, 1862.
  • Stephens, Richard C.; Private, June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appointed 2nd Sergeant Nov. 11, 1863. Surrendered, Tallahassee, Fla. May 10, 1865. Paroled at Thomasville, Ga. May 11, 1865.
  • Stewart, W. W., Rev.; Grave marked to show he was a Confederate Soldier and a Methodist Minister; Born 27 Aug 1834; Died: 5 Aug 1919
  • Strickland, Alfred; Fourth Corporal; died in hospital
  • Strickland, J.
  • Strickland, John; Believed to be buried in Old Bethe Primitive Church Cemetery; Served in CSA, Co. "C" 61st Regt., GA Inf.; Born 9 Mar 1827; Died 29 Dec 1882
  • Strickland, S. A.; died in hospital in White Hall, VA in 1862
  • Strickland, S. D.; Fifth Sergeant; died in hospital at Staunton, Va. in 1862
  • Strickland, S. S.; wounded at Sharpsburg
  • Strickland, Shade; died in hospital in 1862;
  • Strickland, William; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Church Cemetery; Served in Co. "E" 5th GA, CSA; Born 9 Dec 1815; Died 18 Jan 1908
  • Stripling, Daniel; 2nd Corporal June 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appears last on roll for Oct. 31, 1861.
  • Talley, William R.; Believed to be buried in Dixie Cemetery; Served in CSA, 14th Batt'n, GA Lt. Arty; Born 16 Feb 1884; Died 22 May 1933
  • Taylor, G. M.; First Corporal; killed at Sharpsburg, on 17 Sep 1862
  • Thomas, Irwin A.; See Private, Co. "B" Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  
  • Tison, William L.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Captured at Gettysburg, Pa. July 4, 1863.  Died of pyaemia in DeCamp General Hospital at David's Island, N. Y. Harbor Aug. 8, 1863.
  • Treadaway, Andrew; Believed to be buried in Concord Cemetery; Served as a Pvt in CSA, Co. "F" 6th Reg't. GA Inf; Born 7 Sep 1844; Died 28 Jan 1921
  • Tucker, John J.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Wounded, date and place unknown.  Deserted Dec. 10, 1863.
  • Turner, Henry Gray; Believed to be buried in the West End Cemetery; Served as Captain in CSA; Grave is marked with a Confederate Iron Cross; Member of Congress; Georgia Supreme Court Justice 1903-1904; Born: 20 Mar 1839; Died 8 Jun 1904
  • Tyson, John; died in hospital
  • Wade, Elijah, Jr; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Church Cemetery; Served in Co. "I" 8th Regt GA Cavalry, CSA
  • Wade, James D.; Believed to be buried in Oak Hill Cemetery - East; Grave is marked with an Iron Cross; Born: 13 Feb 1826; Died: 6 Mar 1910
  • Wade, Milton C., Sr.; Believed to be buried in Oak Hill Cemetery - East; Grave is marked with an Iron Cross; Born: 30 May 1840; Died 14 Aug 1921
  • Wallace, Howell S.; Private June 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Captured Dec. 30, 1863.  Paroled. Surrendered, Tallahassee, Fla. May 10, 1865.  Paroled at Thomasville, Ga. May 18, 1865.
  • Ward, John; Believed to be buried in Evergreen Baptist Church Cemetery; According to his gravesite, Mr Ward served as a Private in the 2nd Florida Cavalry, CSA; husband of Mary Jane Kingsley; Born: 22 Aug 1837; Died: 19 Mar 1908.
  • Ward, Moses; Believed to be buried in Evergreen Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in CSA, Co. "I" 2nd Cavalry; Born 7 Jan 1849; Died: 7 Nov 1922; Husband of Cordelia F. Rainey Kirkland Ward.
  • Ward, William Henry; Believed to be buried in Evergreen Baptist Church Cemetery; Served in Co. "I" 2nd Florida Cavalry, CSA from early in the war through April 1865.  Husband of Nancy LouRainey Albritton;  Born: 10 Jul 1839; Died: 30 Jul 1913
  • Warren, John B.; Private Jun 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Died at Richmond, Va. Mar. 1, 1862.
  • Waters, James B.; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Church Cemetery; Served in CSA, Co. "G" 50th Regt. GA Inf.; POW at Pt. Lookout Mountain; Born 17 Apr 1845; Died 9 Feb 1910
  • Watkins, A. W.; wounded in Mine Run in 1863.
  • Watkins, Nicholas W.; Private Sept. 12, 1862. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Transferred to Co. "B", 2st Regiment, Maryland Cavalry, Maryland Line, C. S. A. May 8, 1864. Sick in hospital Dec. 31, 1864.  No later record.
  • Welch, John; Private.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Substitute for Allen W. Hardee.  No later record.
  • Weldon, Isaac; surrendered at Appomatox
  • Weldon, John; killed at Sharpsburg, Md.
  • Werkerlin, J.; Private Jul 9, 1863.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Captured as a Confederate deserter, Oct. 24, 1864.  Took oath of allegiance to U. S. Governemnt at Bermuda Hundred, Va. and released Oct. 25, 1864.
  • Wesson, Issac W.; Private Jun 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appointed 2nd Corporal.  Surrendered, Appomattox, Va. Apr 9, 1865.
  • West, Hardy J.; Private Jun 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appears last on roll for Oct 31, 1861.
  • White, Thomas A., Rev., Believed to be buried in Evergreen Cemetery; Joined Co. "C" 12th Georgia Battalion where he became a sharp shooter in the Gen. John B. Gordon Brigade.  Was captured on 24 Mar 1865 and imprisoned at Point Lookout util the surrender.; husband of the former Miss Annie S. White; Born 18 May 1848; Died 1 Oct 1919
  • Whittle, Irwin G.; Private Jun 30, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Captured at Burkeville, Va. Apr 1, 1865.  Released at Point Lookout, Md. Jun 22, 1865.
  • Williams, C. N.; Believed to be buried in Oak Hill Cemetery - East; Born: 22 Oct 1835; Died 11 Sep 1905; Grave marked Confederate Soldier
  • Williams, G. B., M.D.; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Church Cemetery; Served in CSA as a Surgeon; Born 2 Apr 1836 in Wilkerson Co, GA; Died 29 Sep 1899
  • Williams, J. M.; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Church Cemetery; Served in CSA, Co. "H" 1st GA Reg't; Born 27 Feb 1838; Died 27 Dec 1923
  • Williams, Thomas; Believed to be buried in Dixie Cemetery; Served in CSA, Co. "C" 12 GA Reg; Born 28 May 1812; Died Aug 1864
  • Willis, Andrew J.; Private Jun 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Wounded date and place unknown.  Surrendered, Tallahassee, Fla. May 10, 1865. Paroled at Thomasville, Ga May 20, 1865.
  • Wincey, E. W.; Fourth Sergeant; killed at South Anna, May 1864.
  • Wincey, Freeman; died in hospital in Camp Bethesda, GA in 1862
  • Wing, Peter O.; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Church Cemetery; Served in CSA, Co. "H" 50th Reg't. GA Inf, Colquitt Co.; Born 1813; Died 2 Feb 1870; Husband of Eliz A. Alderman
  • Wingate, L.; died in hospital
  • Wood, J. A.; Believed to be buried in Oak Hill Cemetery - East; Grave is marked with an Metal Cross; Born 2 Feb 1839; Died 5 Sep 1919
  • Wolf, Stephen M. (or Wolfe); Private Jun 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appointed Sergeant.  Transferred to regimental band Nov 11, 1863. Surrendered, Appomatox, Va. Apr 9, 1865.
  • Woods, Antoine; Private Jun 5, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appointed Corporal.  Appears last on roll for Feb 28, 1863.
  • Woods, Thomas; Private Jun 6, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Sick in Richmond, Va Feb. 28, 1863.  No later record.
  • Woods, William M.; Private Jun 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Appears last on roll for Oct. 31, 1861.
  • Wyatt, R. (or B.); Private Jul 15, 1862. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Deserted Aug 1, 1863.
  • Yates, Darius; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Church Cemetery; Served in CSA, Co. "C" 1st Reg't or 63rd Reg't. GA Vol Inf.; Born 1835; Died 1865
  • Yates, Arnold; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Church Cemetery; Served in CSA, Co. "H" 20th Batt'n GA Cavalry 1862; Served in Co. "I"  62nd Reg't. GA, Inf. 1863; Born 22 Feb 1833; Died 12 Jul 1892
  • Yates, Stephen; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Church Cemetery; Served  as drummer in CSA, Co. "C" 61st Regt.; Born 1842; Died WTBS 11 Jan 1863; brought home; son of William M. and Eliz.
  • Yates, James; wounded at Malvern Hill in 1862
  • Yates, James Madison; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Church Cemetery; Served in CSA, Co. "C" 61st Reg't GA Vol. Inf.; Born 27 Jan 1840; Died 4 May 1917
  • Yates, Stephen; died in hospital
  • Yates, Wiley; captured and died in prison in 1864
  • Yearty, William; Believed to be buried in Old Bethel Primitive Church Cemetery; Captured Aug 1864 and remained at Pt. Lookout MD through the remainder of the war.  Served in CSA, Co. "B" 10th GA
  • Young, J.; Private Jul 9, 1861. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Surrendered, Appomattox, Va. Apr 9, 1865
  • Young, L. A.; Private Mar 20, 1863. Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Roll for Feb. 28, 1865, last on file, shows him present.  No later record.
  • Young, Milus O.; Private Jun 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Roll for Feb 28, 1865, last on file, shows him present. No later record.
  • Young, Thomas M.; Private Jun 6, 1861.  Served in Company "H" 9th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. "Brooks County Rifles" .  Captured in Richmond, Va hospital Apr 3, 1865, and paroled there May 2, 1865.
  • Unmarked Graves, 17 located in the West End Cemetery with Iron Crosses