Jackson 16th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company (Sallie Twiggs Regiment) B,
Center Hill Guards
16th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry - Co. C - Reynold's Company
(This conflicts with Henderson's book)
Jackson 16th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company (Sallie Twiggs Regiment) G,
Jackson County Volunteers
Jackson 18th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company C, Jackson County Volunteers
Jackson 34th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company E, Jackson Farmers
Jackson 43rd Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company G, Rebel Guards
Jackson 43rd Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Company H, Jackson County Blues
The Tennessee Infantry also recruited in Jackson County according to Jackson County resident, Ralph Freeman. Concerning the origin of Reynolds Company: Reynolds was the Master of Ralph's Masonic lodge back in 1861 or 62 and the whole lodge joined the army one night and rode off to war. Reynolds became Captain and his LT was Henry Hosch, a 50 year old farmer (Ralph's grandfather). He was killed in battle. Ralph couldn't understsnd why a 50 year old man would join up unless it was to live a fantasy and get away from the responsibilities of the farm and a large family.
Reynolds was killed too and Captain Venable became Company Commander. My great great uncle, Dock Singleton Kerbow died at Gettysburg in service with Company B. Two other Kerbow ancestors served and returned with Company D. All from Hoschton, Jackson Co, GA.