Georgia 2nd Cavalry Regiment



    This regiment was organized in February 1862 at Albany, Georgia and was made up from men from Randolph, Dougherty, Clayton, Marion, Fulton, and Decatur counties. It was mustered into Confederate service for 3 years of the war on 7 MAY 1862. Company G served as an escort to Major General Benjamin F. Cheetham from 14 SEP 1862 to 26 APR 1965. The regiment was surrendered with 18 men by General Johnston in North Carolina on 26 APR 1865.


    Lawton, Winburn (William?) J. - Colonel
    Crews, Charles C. - Colonel
    Dunlop, James E. - Lieut. Colonel
    Hood, Arthur - Lieut. Colonel
    Ison, Francis M. - Major, Lieut. Colonel
    Mayo, James W. - Major
    Whaley, C. A. - Major



    The Compiled Service Records of the members of this regiment 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-1 Surnames A-CL
      Roll # CSR-2 Surnames CO-G
      Roll # CSR-3 Surnames H-L
      Roll # CSR-4 Surnames M-R
      Roll # CSR-5 Surnames S-Z





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Historical Sketch and Roster of the GA 2nd Cavalry Regiment
    by John Rigdon
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Roll of Officers and Members of the Georgia Hussars
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