Georgia 29th Cavalry Battalion


HISTORICAL NOTES:
The Georgia 29th Cavalry Battalion was organized during the winter of 1863-1864 with eight companies and mustered into Confederate service at Lumpkin, Georgia. It was attached to the Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, and for a time served along the Georgia coast in Eastern Florida. The battalion was active in the defense of Savannah and in March, 1865, totalled about 300 officers and men. It continued the fight in Georgia and surrendered with the department.

FIELD OFFICERS:
Lieutenant Colonel Arthur Hood and Major Charles H. Camfield.
BATTLES:

COMPANIES:
The Compiled Service Records of the members of this battalion may be found in microfilm roll series M266. The complete series contains 607 rolls of film. The compiled service records are indexed on M226. These film are available from the Georgia Archives. Roll # CSR-65 Surnames A-J Roll # CSR-66 Surnames K-Y
Company C
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REFERENCES:
Sifakis - Compendium of the Confederate States Armies