Georgia 36th Infantry Regiment (Glenn's)

HISTORICAL NOTES: This regiment was formed at Dalton, Ga. during the winter of 1861-62. It served first in Tennessee, then in Mississippi where it was a part of T. H. Taylor's Brigade, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana. It fought at Champion's Hill and Vicksburg, where it surrendered on July 4, 1863. After being exchanged, the regiment was brigaded under General Cummings and fought with the Army of Tennessee from Chattanooga to Nashville, Georgia, and the Carolina's Campaign. In January, 1865, it was consolidated with the 56th Georgia Regiment.
As originally organized, the regiment had 930 men. It suffered 43 casualties at Chattanooga, and reported 267 men and 213 arms in December of 1863. When it consolidated, 232 men were present for duty. Only a handful of men surrendered on April 26, 1865.

Broyles, Col. C. E.
Glenn, Col. Jesse A.
Wallace, Lt. Col. Alexander M.
Loudermilk, Maj. John

Champion's Hill
The Atlanta Campaign
The Carolina's Campaign



Crute - Units of the Confederate States Army
Sifakis - Compendium of the Confederate Armies

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