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Posted: 13 Sep 2004 8:38PM GMT
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Edited: 6 Apr 2006 3:27PM GMT
Surnames: Barrett
Taken from sources located at Perry-Houston County Public Library, Perry, FL


30,638 Burials in Georgia by Jeannette Holland Austin (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore, MD 1995), 45

BARRETT,
Ann H. 1789-1860 Glenwood Cemetery, Upson County [Spouse: Ninian Barrett]
Benjamin L. 1-10-1908 – 9-12-1966 Shiloh Baptist Church, Gwinnett County
Charlie J. 6 May 1901-25 Apr 1960 Commerce City Cemetery, Jackson County [Wagoner Sup. Co. 55 Inv., WWI]
Dub 1925-1962 Jackson Memorial Park, Jackson County
Edgar L. 6-16-1917 – 4-18-1944 Shiloh Church, Gwinnett County [Corporal]
Fred R. 1900-1969 Apple Valley Church, Jackson County
George Truitt 9-25-1924 – 10-9-1924 Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Jackson County [Parents: Mr. & Mrs. E. W. Barrett]
Grace L. 17 May 1934 – Bethsaida Baptist Church, Fulton County
Henry D. 10-17-1885 – 10-12-1971 Shiloh Baptist Church, Gwinnett County
Joe B. 9-4-1864 – 1-10-1930 Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Jackson County
John D. 7 Aug 1930-8 Jan 1985 Bethsaida Baptist Church, Fulton County
Lal 1924- Jackson Memorial Park, Jackson County
Laura Bell Roberts 8-4-1901 – 10-15-1968 Jefferson City Cemetery, Jackson County
Lawrence Dec 1955-7 Jul 1956 Mountain Creek Baptist Church, Jackson County
Lillie M. 1907-1951 Apple Valley Church, Jackson County
Lula Spencer 28 Mar 1903-13 Jul 1930 Mizpah Presbyterian Church, Jackson County
Lunda Sue 28 May 1947-2 Jun 1947 Commerce City Cemetery, Jackson County
Mary M. 10-2-1888 – 12-13-1963 Shiloh Baptist Church, Gwinnett County
Nancy L. 12-1826 – 3-14-1905 Kelly Family Cemetery, Dawson County [Accessible by 4-wheel driver]
Niniah, Jr. 1825-1879 Glenwood Cemetery, Upson County
Niniah, Sr. -1850 Glenwood Cemetery, Upson County
Susie 26 Sep 1883-30 Jan 1907 Oconee Church Cemetery, Jackson County [Spouse: G. C. Barrett]
William 1949-Sept 1955 Mountain Creek Baptist Church, Jackson County
Willia A. 8 Nov 1876-25 Nov 1936 Apple Valley Church, Jackson County


The Heritage of Houston County Georgia

p. 31 - On 10 February 1842 in Houston Co., GA Abraham Batton married Sarah Drucilla Gardner (daughter of Rev. Thomas Gardner, Jr. and Harriett Jenkins).. Their children were: Harriett E.; Thomas H. m. Sallie L. Griffin; Laura A. m. JOHN J. BARRETT; Sarah Clifford m. Henry J. Stone; Mary Louise m/1 John A. Handley, Jr., m/2 Daniel F. Handley; Carolina P.; Rufus A. m/1 Martha A. Stone, m/2 Josephine A. Stone, m/3 Mary C. Lee; John Bryant m/1 Sibba Stone, m/2 Arlie Virginia Dorminey; Ellen m. a BARRETT; Ida Alice m. Thomas M. Parsons. Abraham and his family moved to Wilcox Co., GA about 1855. The 1860 Census shows Abraham as a farmer with 5 field slaves and 1 house slave. He died before February 1879 when his son, Rufus, applied to the Court for Administration of his father’s estate. Sarah Drucilla Gardner Batton died about 1898.

p. 47 – … Wilbur L. Collier moved to Houston Co., GA about 1940 and there married on April 14th, 1945, Sara Louise Rape b. 15 August 1924. Sara was the daughter of Oscar Eugene (Gene) and Sarah Gavin Rape. .. Wilbur and Sara made their home for the rest of their lives in Houston Co. where they had two children. Their son, Ronald Lee Collier b. 26 February 1950, on 30 April 1971 married LINDA FAYE BARRETT; Ronald and Linda had Ronald Jason Collier b. 8 June 1973 in Houston Co. Connie Jean Collier, daughter of Wilbur and Sara, was b. 2 October 1953 and died 6 February 1993. She second married Wayne Talton and had one child, Ryan Wayne Talton b. 28 April 1981.


Historical Collections of Georgia by Rev. George White [New York 1855], 115-116,475,490-491

Names of the Officers and Privates of the Georgia Regiment of Volunteers who went to Mexico.
Richmond Blues – Augusta
Privates.- .., P. Barret, …

Gordon County.
Among the early settlers were, .. D. B. Barrette, …

Hall County.
Among the early settlers were, … John Barrett, …


Historical Collections of the Georgia Chapters Daughters of the American Revolution: Volume II: Records of Richmond County, Georgia Formerly Saint Paul’s Parish by (Mrs. John Lee) Grace Gillam Davidson [The McGregor Co, Athens, GA 1929)

Richmond County Georgia Wills, 1777-1797
p. 4 – BARRETT, THOMAS – All estate, real and personal, to be divided between son DOMINICK BARRETT and UNITY BARRETT, my daughter. Friend Chas. Crawford, Excr. Signed Sep. 23, 1785. Probated Jan. 3, 1786. Wit: James A. Aldridge. David Maxwell, Benj. Grubbs, Alld Vaughan, Thos. Richardson, Wm. Barnett, appointed appraisers Feb. 21, 1786.
p. 34 – Dale, Jane – Page 136 – Widow of late Robert Dale of Greensboro, Ga. Dec’d. Slave to ELIZA GRIFFIN BARRETT, if she dies to go to other children of Mr. THOMAS BARRETT. The residue of estate to go to my nephew George Sawtell of Bristol, Eng., after the death of her mother Jane Sawtell. In case of the death of George Sawtell estate to go to nephew William Sawtell. Charles D. Stewart and THOMAS BARRETT, Excrs. Signed Nov. 17, 1815. Probated Dec. 2, 1816. Wit: John Murray, Rebecca T. Baldwin, Thomas C. Russell.
p. 37 – Fox, Mary – Page 278 – Daughter Harriet T. Ruffin. Hays Bowdre and John P. King, trustees for property for dau. Harriet T. Ruffin to be given her after the death of Robert R. Ruffin. They are also appointed Excrs. Signed Mar. 3, 1828. Probated Apr. 16, 1828. Wit: James R. Gould, Ann Gardner, N. BARRETT.
p. 41 – Hammil, John – Page 54 – of Augusta, Atty at Law, wife Susannah, and children Catharine Sarah Hammill, Wm. Stith Hammill, and any other in esse at time of my death. Wife Sussannah, friend THOMAS BARRETT of Augusta, merchant, Excrs. Signed Aug. 27, 1809. Probated Jan. 1, 1810. Wit: THOMAS BARRETT, NANCY BARRETT, Esther Stallings.

Administrators and Guardians Bonds Division of Estates, Etc., 1777 to 1830 – Richmond County, Georgia
p. 76 – Baldwin, Augustus, dec’d, Feb. 7, 1809 – Rebecca T. Baldwin and Wm. J. Hobby, app. Admrs. John Bacon, THOS. BARRETT, Sec. Sale of personalty Apr. 22, 1809, Rebecca T. Baldwin, Admx. Nov. 6, 1809. Rebecca T. Baldwin app. gdn. of Louisa R. T., Augustus C., and Abraham W. H. Baldwin, children of Augustus Baldwin. Freeman Walker, Sec.
p. 77 – Blanton, John, dec’d. Jan 16, 1811, formerly of this county, but late of Shelby Co. Ky. Wm. W. Blanton, app. Admr. Jenj. Sims, THOS. BARRETT, Sec.
p. 100 – Leigh, Anselm, dec’d, Jan. 14, 1794 – Sarah Leigh, and Benj. Leigh app. Admrs. Abemaleck Hawkins, Conrod Liverman, Sec. 1798-Garland Snead paid tuition for children. Returns 1799-by Augustine Edwards, Admr. To boarding three children. Returns 1799-by Augustine Edwards, Admr. To boarding three children; Thomas, Agnes and Anselm Leigh, 8 months. 1798-Benj. Leigh pd. For trip to Va. Returns of Augustine Edwards for 1801, 03-04, show “expenses to Augusta”. July 3, 1806-Report of THOS. BARRETT appointed to examine the accounts of Benj. Leigh as Admr. of est. of Anselm Leigh, dec’d, show objections made by Mr. Edwards …
p. 104 – May, Henry, dec’d, Sept. 13, 1799-Orsamus Allen, app. temp. Admr. Wilson Woodroof, Reuben Butler, Sec. Aug. 12, 1802. THOS. BARRETT, app. permt. Admr. John McKinne, Sec.
p. 116 – Primrose, Edward, dec’d, Oct. 15, 1808 – Edward Burch, app. Admr. Chesley Bostwick, Wm. McTyere, Sec. Jan. 3, 1809 – James Primrose, app. Admr. Wm. J. Hobby, THOS. BARRETT, Sec.
p. 123 – Simmons, Charles, dec’d, Mar. 26, 1788 – David Cockrham, app. Admr. Robert Bonner, James Dannelly, Sec. J. BARRETT, Nicholas Harden, Test. Nov. 27, 1792, Abraham Jones, Nathaniel Cocke, James Pearie, Anselm Leigh, app. Apprs. Elizabeth Simmons, Admx.

Richmond County Georgia Records – Deed Book “B” 1790-1791
BARRETT, THOMAS – Page 243 – Feb 1, 1791. Bonds himself to George Hunt, till he is 21. Test: J. M. Simmons

History of Baldwin County Georgia by Mrs. Anna Maria Green Cook [The Reprint Company, Spartanburg, SC 1978]

Malcom McKay Flemister [son of Edgar J. and Ida C. Flemister] was born October 23, 1890. He married BUENA VISTA BARRETT, January 9, 1916. Of this union there was born: Edgar J. Flemister, II., March 26, 1918; and Mary Ida Flemister, born June 5, 1920.


History of Dodge County [Georgia] by Mrs. Wilton Philip Cobb [1932], 90

“Before going into the story of the long years of litigations we wish to state that the people against whom these cases were brought had purchased these lands in good faith, believing the transactions legal. Many of the people had purchased the lands, lived on them for years and reared families, only to find that they were really not in legal possession of same. …”

“At a session of the United States Court held in Macon [GA] on May 28, 1923, JUDGE WILLIAM H. BARRETT signed an order disposing of the case of Norman W. Dodge vs. Lucius L. Williams and three hundred and eighty other defendants. This judicial act marked the end of the Dodge litigation which had been pending in that court during forty years.”


History of Irwin County [GA] by J. B. Clements [The Reprint Company, Startanburg, SC 1978], 480,482,485

Bethlehem Church –
The following gentlemen served as pastors from the date of the constitution of Bethlehem to date:
.. L. A. BARRETT, November 9, 1870; L. A. BARRETT, November 11, 1870 …
The following persons were excommunicated:
.. JOHN J. BARRETT, August 9, 1873; LAURRIA BARRETT, for communing with Methodists, August 9, 1873; …


A List of the Early Settlers of Georgia by E. Merton Coulter and Albert B. Saye, Editors [The University of Georgia Press, Athens, GA 1949], 63

BARRET, JONAS – In the scout boat; arrived 20 April 1734; lot 160 in Savannah. At First servant to John Fallowfeild. But in 1736 had this lot granted to him.


Houston County [Georgia]: In Our Own Words [Montgomery, AL 1998], 37

“The names of Houstonian giants who tread across this earth and left their marks on hearts and history books is as long as the proverbial vine from which the fruits of honor and goodness flavor all of mankind. … LONICE BARRETT .., and others all accomplished much in their lifetimes and all were home-grown in the towns of Houston [pronounced House-ton] County.


Macon County Life 1933-1983 by Ryland Dean Fowler, Editor [Montezuma, GA 1983], 580

“John Gordon Howell Family by Louise M. Howell

In 1905 John Gordon Howell, his wife Eula Lifsey, and one year old son Edgar Boyd Howell came to Macon County from Pike County, Georgia. Mr. Howell came to supervise Eclipse Orchards and was later co-owner with Lewis B. Rumph.

John Gordon Howell was one of sixteen children born to Samuel A. Howell (1846-1934) and MARY FRANCES BARRETT Howell (1851-1914) in Pike County, Georgia. Both parents are buried in Zebulon Methodist Cemetery. At Age 16, Samuel A. Howell was a guard at Andersonville Prison. …[the balance of the biography can be furnished, if requested]


Our Todays and Yesterdays: A Story of Brunswick and the Coastal Islands by Margaret Davis Cate [The Reprint Co., Spartanburg, SC 1979], 221

Brunswick Riflemen [US Civil War]

Co. A, 26th Georgia Volunteers, Gen. A. R. Lawton’s Brigade, July 1, 1862

3rd Corp. JAMES BARRETT – Killed at the Battle of the Wilderness.


Roster of the Confederate Soldiers of Georgia 1861-1865 [5 Volumes]

Volume I
Muster Roll of 1st Co E, 1st Confederate Regiment Infantry, Army of TN C.S.A. Bartow Co, GA Etowah Infantry [Originally Co. E, 1st Battn. Confederate Infantry
p. 53 - BARRETT, DAVID AUGUSTUS– Private Mar. 18, 1861. Transferred to 1st Co. F, Dec. 23, 1861; to Pritchard’s Battery Ga. Light Artillery (Washington Artillery,) Jan. 10, 1862. On detached duty Dec. 31, 1864. No later record.
Muster Roll of 1st Co F, 1st Confederate Regiment Infantry C.S.A. Richmond Co., GA
p. 66 – BARRETT, DAVID AUGUSTUS – See Private 1st Co. E.
Muster Roll of Co. B, 1st Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry (Olmstead’s) Army of TN C.S.A. Chatham Co., GA (See Co. G. 2nd Battn. Ga. State Troops.)
p. 126 - BARRETT, MICHAEL – See Capt. J. B. Read’s Independent Company Ga. Inf., subsequently Co. E, 1st Regt. Ga. Inf. (Olmstead’s).
Muster Roll of Capt. J. B. Read’s Independent Co., GA Infantry C.S.A. Chatcham Co., GA (“Irish Volunteers”) (The members of this company were enlisted for six months only. When it was mustered out, Jan. 25, 1862, most of the members reenlisted in the 1st Regt. Ga. Inf. (Olmstead’s), and this company became Co. E, of said regiment.)
p. 163 – BARRETT, MICHAEL – Private July 25, 1861. Appointed 4th Corporal Jan. 1862. Mustered out Jan. 25, 1862. Enlisted as a private, Co. B, 1st Regt. Ga. Inf. (Olmstead’s), May 9, 1862. Roll for July 1, 1862, last on file, shows him present. No later record.
Muster Roll of Co. C, 1st Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry (Ramsey’s), C.S.A. Houston Co., GA “Southern Rights Guards” (The company was mustered out shown also as Mar. 15, 1862.)
p. 234 – BARRETT, JAMES E. – Private Sept. 18, 1861. Mustered out at Augusta, Ga. Mar. 18, 1862. Enlisted as a private in Co. A, 14th Battn. Ga. Light Artillery Apr. 26, 1862. Appointed Guidon. Surrendered, Greensboro, N.C. Apr. 26, 1865.
BARRETT, J. FRANKLIN A. – Private Mar. 18, 1861. Mustered out at Augusta, Ga. Mar. 18, 1862. Appointed Sergeant of Terrell’s Battery Ga. Light Artillery Mar. 18, 1862. Surrendered, Greensboro, N.C. Apr. 26, 1865.
Muster Roll of Co. F, 1st Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry, (Ramsey’s), C.S.A. Fulton Co., GA “Gate City Guards”
p. 267 – BARRETT, J. C. – Private Mar. 18, 1861. Mustered out at Augusta, Ca. Mar. 18, 1862.
Muster Roll of Co. L, 1st Regiment GA Regulars Army of TN C.S.A. Fulton County Atlanta Greys or Fulton Greys
p. 362 – BARRETT, JAMES – Private Mar. 30, 1861. Wounded at 2d Manassas, Va. Aug. 30, 1862. No later record.
Muster Roll of Co A, 5th Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry Army of TN C.S.A. Richmond Co., GA “Clinch Rifles”
p. 645 – BARRETT, JAMES – Enlisted as a private in Co. I, 8th Regt. Ga. Inf. June 7, 1861. Discharged, disability, at Richmond, Va. Aug 12, 1861. Enlisted as a private in Co. A, 5th Regt. Ga. Inf. Aug. 18, 1862. Elected Jr. 2d Lieutenant of Co. C, June 1863; 2d Lieutenant in 1864. Detailed Inspector of Military Prisons at Florence, SC Nov 1864. Elected Captain of Co. B, 2d Foreign Legion (8th Battn. Confederate Inf.) Dec. 26, 1864. No later record.
Muster Roll of Co. C, 5th Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry Army of TN C.S.A. Richmond Co., GA (“Irish Volunteers”)
p. 664 – BARRETT, ALFRED M. – Private Feb. 6, 1863. Deserted Aug. 26, 1864.
Muster Roll of Co E, 6th Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry Army of TN C.S.A. Crawford Co., GA (“Crawford County Greys”)
p. 786 – BARRETT, JOHN B. – Private June 15, 1861. Died at Yorkstown, Va. Sept. 16, 1861.
BARRETT, W. – Private June 15, 1861. Died July 1861.
Muster Roll of Co B, 7th Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry Army of Northern VA C.S.A. Fulton Co., GA
p. 843 – BARRETT, WILLIAM GOODMAN – 2d Sergeant May 31, 1861. Elected. 2d Lieutenant Feb. 13, 1862. Commission expired May 12, 1862.
Muster Roll of Co G, 7th Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry Army Northern VA C.S.A. Heard Co., GA (“Franklin Volunteers”)
p. 883 – BARRETT J. W. – Private July 30, 1861. Wounded at Garnett’s Farm, Va. June 27, 1862. Sent to hospital Mar. 26, 1864. Absent without leave July 1, 1864 – Feb. 28, 1865. No later record.
Muster Roll of Co A, 8th Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry Army of Northern VA C.S.A. Floyd Co., GA (“Rome Light Guards”)
p. 917 – BARRETT, W. J. – Private May 18, 1861. Discharged, disability, Oct. 24, 1861.
Muster Roll of Co I, 8th Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry Army of Northern VA C.S.A. Greene Co., GA (“Stephens Light Guards” or “Greene Light Guards”)
p. 981 – BARRETT, JAMES – Private June 7, 1861. Discharged, disability, at Richmond, Va., Aug. 12, 1861. Enlisted as a private in Co. A, 5th Regt. Ga. Inf. Aug. 18, 1862. Elected Jr. 2d Lieutenant of Co. C, June 1863; 2d Lieutenant in 1864. Detailed Inspector of Military Prisons at Florence, SC Nov. 1864. Elected Captain of Co. B, 2d Foreign Legion (8th Battn. Confederate Inf.), Dec. 26, 1864. No later record.

Volume II
Muster Roll of Co H, 10th Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry Army Northern Virginia C.S.A. Wilcox Co., GA (“Wilcox County Rifles”)
p. 53 – BARRETT, J. J. – Private May 20, 1861. Wounded at Cedar Creek, Va. Oct. 19, 1864. On wounded furlough in Georgia Mar. 1865. No later record.
Muster Roll of Co A, 11th Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry Army Northern VA C.S.A. Hall Co., GA (“Gainesville Light Infantry”)
p. 76 – BARRETT, ANDREW J. – Private July 3, 1861. Captured at Hanover Junction, Va. May 24, 1864. Released at Elmira, N.Y. May 19, 1865.
BARRETT, BENJAMIN F. – Private July 3, 1861. Roll dated Nov. 28, 1864, last on file, shows him present. No later record.
BARRETT, FRANCIS ASHBURY – Private July 3, 1861. Died of pneumonia in Moore Hospital at Manassas, Va. Feb 6, 1862.
BARRETT, G. R. – Private Mar. 4, 1862. Surrendered, Appomatox, Va. Apr 9, 1865.
Muster Roll of Company K, 12th Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry Army Northern VA C.S.A. Marion Co., GA (“Marion Guards”)
p. 238 – BARRETT, R. JACK – Private June 15, 1861. Paroled Apr. 25, 1865.
Muster Roll of Company A, 13th Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry Evans’ Brigade, Gordon’s Division Army of Northern VA C.S.A. Pike Co., GA “Confederate Guards”
p. 247 – BARRETT, THOMAS J. – 3d Sergeant July 8, 1861. Elected Jr. 2d Lieutenant Mar. 9, 1862; 2d Lieutenant Sept. 1, 1862. Resigned disability, Apr. 18, 1863. (Born in Pike County, Ga. in 1831. Died in Pike County, Ga. Mar. 24, 1900. Buried in Fincher’s Cemetery in Pike County, Ga.)
Muster Roll of Company C, 13th Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry Evans’ Brigade, Gordon’s Division Army Northern VA C.S.A. Spalding County, GA “Ringgold Rangers”
p. 269 – BARRETT, T. H. – Private July 8, 1861. Captured at Fisher’s Hill, Va. Sept. 22, 1864. Paroled at Point Lookout, Md. and transferred to Aiken’s Landing, Va. for exchange Mar. 17, 1865. No later record.
Muster Roll of Company K, 14th Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry Army Northern VA C.S.A. Bartow Co., GA Etowah Guards
p. 403 – BARRETT, LABAN – Private July 9, 1861. Appointed 3d Sergeant Oct. 1, 1861. Captured at Wilderness, Va. May 6, 1864. Died of pneumonia at Elmira, NY Sept. 14, 1864. Grave #288, Woodlawn National Cemetery.
Muster Roll of Company C, 17th Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry Army Northern VA C.S.A. Muscogee Co., GA Columbus Volunteers
p. 571 – BARRETT, N. – Private Feb. 3, 1863. Surrendered, Appomattox, Va. Apr. 9, 1865.
Muster Roll of Company A (Date of this enlistment of this company given also as June 13, 1861), 18th Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry Army Northern VA C.S.A. Cobb Co., GA (“Acworth Infantry”)
p. 617 – BARRETT, MILTON – Private Apr. 1, 1861. Appointed 3d Corporal of Co. E, 3d Battn. Ga. Sharpshooters June 8, 1863. Captured at Deep Bottom, Va. Aug. 16, 1864. Died of variola at Elmira, NY Feb. 12, 1865.
Muster Roll of *Company H, 19th Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry Army of TN C.S.A. Paulding Co., GA Cotton Guards
*There are no rolls of this company on file in the War Department at Washington, DC. This company appears to have been organized as Co. H, 2d Regiment, 4th Brigade, GA State Troops June 11, 1861.
p. 746 – BARRETT, WILLIAM – Private June 25, 1861. Died in VA Oct. 20, 1862. Buried in Confederate Cemetery at Lynchburg, VA No. 4, 1st Line, Lot 181 – Christian’s Hospital.
Roster of Field Staff and Band *21st Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry Army Northern VA C.S.A. Doles’ – Cook’s Brigade Rodes’ Division 2d Corps
*The 4th Battn. GA Inf. (Mercer’s Battalion), was merged into the 21st Regt. GA Inf. on or about Sept. 27, 1861.
p. 840 – BARRETT, ROBERT O. – Commissary July 19, 1861. See private, Co. G.
Muster Roll of Company G, 21st Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry Army Northern VA C.S.A. Gordon Co., GA (“Dabney Rifles”)
p. 903-904 – BARRETT, GEORGE R. – Private July 4, 1861. Died of fever at Sudley Church Hospital, near Centreville, VA., Nov. 17, 1861.
BARRETT, ROBERT O. – Private July 4, 1861. Appointed Commissary July 19, 1861. Resigned June 20, 1862.
BARRETT, WILLIAM P. – Private July 4, 1861. Wounded at Cold Harbor, VA June 27, 1862. Appears last on roll for Apr. 30, 1863.
Muster Roll of *Company I, 22d Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry Army Northern VA C.S.A. Dawson Co., GA
*The local designation of this company is given as “Dawson County Guards,” “Dawson County Independents” and “Dawson Light Infantry.”
p. 995 – BARRETT, W. G. – Private Sept. 3, 1861. Discharged, disability, at Portsmouth, Va. Mar. 15, 1862.
Muster Roll of Company G, 23d Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry Army of TN C.S.A. Cherokee Co., GA Cherokee Field Guards
p. 1057 – BARRETT, JOHN A. – Private Aug. 31, 1861. Roll for Apr. 30, 1864, shows him present. No later record.

Volume III
Muster Roll of *Company C, 25th Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry, C.S.A. Milton Co., GA. “Warsaw Rifles”
*This company was mustered into service for a term of six months and ceased to exist upon the expiration of its term of enlistment, Jan. 22, 1862. A number of the members enlisted Feb. 6, 1862, in “Emmett Rifles,” which subsequently became Co. F, 22d Battn. GA Heavy Artillery.
p. 103 – BARRETT, RICHARD – Private July 22, 1861. Discharged by expiration of service Jan. 22, 1862.
Muster Roll of *1st Company G, 25th Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry, Army of TN C.S.A. Screven Co., GA “Brown Light Infantry”
*This company was successively designated 1st Co. G, 2nd Co. C, and 2nd Co. F.
p. 148 – BARRETT, HENRY – Private Aug. 8, 1861. Discharged by civil authority Aug. 15, 1862.
Muster Roll of Company *K, 26th Regiment, GA Volunteer Infantry, Army Northern VA C.S.A. Glynn Co., GA, Brunswick Rifles or Brunswick Riflemen
*This company was successively designated Captain B. F. Harris’ Independent Company, Old Co. L, and New Co. K, 13th Regt. Ga. Inf. and New Co. K, which became Co. A, 26th Regt. Ga. Inf. May 12, 1862.
p. 256 – BARRETT, JAMES – Private Aug. 24, 1861. Wounded at 2d Manassas, VA Aug. 28, 1862. Wounded and captured at Wilderness, VA May 5, 1864. Released at Elmira, NY May 15, 1865.
Muster Roll of *Company B, 34th Regiment, GA Volunteer Infantry, Army of TN, C.S.A., Cherokee Co., GA
*This Company was also known as Co. K. No rolls of this company are on file in Washington, DC.
p. 773 – BARRETT, J. S. – Private May 13, 1862. No later record.
Muster Roll Company G, 35th Regiment, GA Volunteer Infantry, Army of Northern VA, C.S.A., Walton Co., GA, Walton Sharpshooters
p. 897 – BARRETT, WILLIAM S. – Captain Sept. 16, 1861. Resigned on account of ill health June 11, 1862.

Volume IV
*Muster Roll of Company B, 38th Regiment, GA Volunteer Infantry, Evans’ Brigade, Gordon’s Division, Wright’s Legion, Army Northern VA, C.S.A., Milton Co., GA, Milton Guards
*This company became Co. H, at reorganization.
p. 136 – BARRETT, JOHN A. – Private May 1, 1862. Wounded and disabled in 1863. On detail duty as Sub Enrolling Officer June 1863-Aug. 31, 1864. No later record.
Muster Roll of Company I, 41st Regiment, GA Volunteer Infantry, Army of TN, C.S.A., Heard Co., GA, Heard County Rangers
p. 490 – BARRETT, FRANCIS M. – Private Mar. 4, 1862. Captured at Vicksburg, MS July 4, 1863, and paroled there July 6, 1863. Appointed 2d Sergeant Oct. 1863. Died at home in 1865.
Muster Roll of Company I, 42nd Regiment, GA Volunteer Infantry, Army of TN, C.S.A., Fulton Co., GA, Fulton Blues
p. 597 – BARRETT, JOHN H., Sr. – Captain Mar. 4, 1862. Resigned Sept. 26, 1862. (Born in Augusta, GA Nov. 1835.)
BARRETT, WILLIAM F. – 2d Corporal Mar. 4, 1862. Captured near Atlanta, GA Aug. 7, 1864. Received at Louisville, KY Aug. 15, 1864. Sent to Camp Chase, OH Aug. 16, 1864, and
Muster Roll of Company A, 43rd Regiment, GA Volunteer Infantry, Army of TN, C.S.A., Cherokee Co., GA, Cherokee Van Guards
p. 618 – BARRETT, F. S. – Private Mar. 10, 1862. Appointed 2nd Sergeant. Elected 2nd Lieutenant Feb. 24, 1863. Roll dated Dec. 31, 1863, last on file, shows him “Absent in Mississippi on detached service.” Pension records show he was “With Torpedo Dept. at Mobile, AL June 1863-May 13, 1865. (Resident of GA since Apr. 5, 1842.)
Muster Roll of *Company E, 43rd Regiment, GA Volunteer Infantry, Army of TN, C.S.A., Forsyth Co., GA, Kellogg Rifles
*Date of enlistment of this company also shown as Mar. 4, 1862.
p. 661 – BARRETT, ALFRED W. – Private Mar. 10, 1862. Captured in 1862. Exchanged at Vicksburg, MS Nov 15, 1862. Roll dated Apr 30, 1864, last on file, shows him absent without leave. No later record.
Muster Roll of *Company F, 43rd Regiment, GA Volunteer Infantry, C.S.A., Hall Co., GA, Hall Light Guards
*Date of enlistment of this company given also as Mar. 4, 1862.
p. 673 – BARRETT, F. A. – Private Oct. 10, 1862. Received pay Mar. 7, 1864. No later record.
BARRETT, WESLEY W. - Private Mar. 10, 1862. Surrendered at Greensboro, NC Apr 26, 1865. (Born in Hall Co., GA Jan 20, 1835. Died at Gainesville, GA. Buried there in Alta Vista Cemetery.)
Muster Roll of *Company G, 43rd Regiment, GA Volunteer Infantry, Army of TN, C.S.A., Jackson Co., GA, Rebel Guards or Mintz Invincibles
*Date of enlistment of this company given also as Mar. 4, 1862.
p. 685 - ARNETT, EBENEZER (or BARRETT) – Private Mar. 10, 1862. Discharged Dec. 16, 1863.
Muster Roll of Company E, 44th Regiment, GA Volunteer Infantry, Army of Northern VA, C.S.A., Spalding Co., GA, Freeman Rangers or Freeman Volunteers
p. 776 – BARRETT, CALVIN J. – Private Mar. 4, 1862. Surrendered at Appomattox, VA Apr 9, 1865.
Roster of Field and Staff of the 45th Regiment, GA Volunteer Infantry, Army of Northern VA, C.S.A.
p. 839 – BARRETT, EDWARD BENJAMIN – Chaplain Jan 4, 1863. Surrendered at Appomattox, VA Apr 9, 1865.
Muster Roll of Company H, 45th Regiment, GA Volunteer Infantry, Army of Northern VA, C.S.A., Houston Co., GA, Henderson Rangers
p. 900-901 – BARRETT, JOSEPH B. – Private Mar. 4, 1862. Appointed 3rd Sergeant Sept. 25, 1862. Captured at Wilderness, VA May 6, 1864. Appointed 2nd Sergeant Sept. 1864. Paroled at Elmira, NY Mar 10, 1865. Received at Boulware’s Wharf, James River, VA for exchange, Mar. 15, 1865.

Volume V
Muster Roll of *Company E, 11th Battalion, GA Volunteer Infantry, Army of TN, C.S.A., Bryan, Chatham, Effingham Counties, Chatham Volunteers
*The 11th Battn. GA Inf. C.S.A., (for which there are no rolls on file), was organized Mch. 4, 1862, and became the 47th GA Inf., by consolidation, May 12, 1862.
p. 45 – BARRETT, WILLIAM – Private Mch. 4, 1862. Transferred to Co. E. 47th Regt. GA, Inf. May 12, 1862. Died in Jackson Cavalry Division Hospital, at Old Mansion, MS, Nov. 1, 1863.
Muster Roll of Company H, 11th Battalion, GA Infantry, Army of TN, C.S.A., Glynn Co., GA, Liberty Rangers
p. 75 – BARRETT, J. B. (or BARTLETT) – Private Mar. 4, 1862. Transferred to Co. H, 47th Regt. GA Inf. May 12, 1862. Received pay Aug. 18, 1864, for services from Jan. 1, to Apr. 30, 1864. No later record.
Muster Roll of Company E, 49th Regiment, GA Volunteer Infantry, Army of Northern VA, C.S.A., Wilcox Co., GA, State Rights Guards
p. 236 BARRETT, HENRY A. – Private Mch. 4, 1862. Roll for Feb. 1865, last on file, shows him absent without leave since Dec. 4, 1864. Pension records show he suffered sunstroke June 1, 1864, and was furloughed for 60 days. Furlough extended 60 days. Unable for further service. (Born in Twiggs Co., GA Nov. 26, 1844.)
Muster Roll of Company I, 52nd Regiment, GA Volunteer Infantry, Army of TN, C.S.A., Dawson Co., GA
p. 514 – BARRETT, WILLIAM – Private Mch. 4, 1862. Died in Virginia June, 1862.
Muster Roll of Company I, 53rd Regiment, GA Volunteer Infantry, Army of Northern Virginia, C.S.A., Butts Co., GA, Jeff Davis Rifleman
p. 606 – BARRETT, JOHN – Private May 12, 1862. Discharged on account of hernia at General Hospital, Petersburg, VA Oct 31, 1862.
Muster Roll of Company K, 56th Regiment, GA Volunteer Infantry, Army of TN, C.S.A., Heard Co., GA
p. 908 – BARRETT, NATHAN F. – Private May 12, 1862. Pension records show he surrendered at Greensboro, NC Apr 26, 1865. Died in Milton Co., GA July 31, 1893.

Volume VI
Muster Roll of *Company G, 61st Regiment, GA Volunteer Infantry, Army of Northern VA, C.S.A., Wilkes Co., GA, Hill’s Wilkes Guards or Wilkes Guards
*Originally Co. G, 7th Battn. GA Infantry.
p. 252 – BARRETT, MILTON R. – Private Mar. 12, 1862. Absent, sick in Wilkes Co., GA Dec. 31, 1863. Wounded in right hip at Maryland Heights, VA July 6, 1864. Died in GA
Muster Roll of *Company F, 63rd Regiment, GA Volunteer Infantry, C.S.A., Chatham and Other Counties
*Capt. Gordon’s Co. was organized as a part of 1st (Olmstead’s) Regt. GA Inf., May 30, 1861, with the men enlisting for 60 days. On Aug. 6, 1861, most of them re-enlisted for a period of 6 months. On Feb. 6, 1862, at the expiration of this term enlistment, the men re-enlisted for 3 years or the duration of the war. This company was, on or about Apr. 26, 1862, divided into 3 companies and designated as companies A, B, and C, 13th Battn. GA Inf. On or about Dec. 6, 1862, these 3 companies merged into and formed the nucleus of the 63rd Regt. GA Vol. Inf. Company A of the 13th Battn. GA Inf. This regiment from Dec. 1862, until May 1864, was assigned to the Dept. of SC, GA and FL, defending the GA and SC coasts in the vicinity of Savannah, GA. Around the middle of May 1864, it joined the Army of TN and fought with this command until the surrender of Gen. Johnston at Greensboro, NC.
p. 434 – BARRETT, RICHARD H. – Private in Capt. Gordon’s Co., 1st (Olmstead’s) Regt. GA Inf., Feb 25, 1862. Transferred to Co. A, 13th Battn. GA Inf.; to Co. F, 63rd Reg. GA Inf., Dec. 1862. Deserted to the enemy and sent to NY City where he took the oath of allegiance to U.S., May 28, 1864.


Roster of the Confederate Soldiers of Georgia 1861-1865 by Juanita S. Brightwell, Eunice S. Lee and Elsie C. Fulghum [The Reprint Company, Spartanburg, SC 1982]

Muster Roll of Company D, 40th Regiment, Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army of Tennessee, C.S.A., Gordon Co., GA Calhoun Blues

BARRETT,
John W., Vol 4 pg 369 – Private Feb. 20, 1862. Captured at Baker’s Creek, Miss. May 16, 1863. Paroled at Fort Delaware, Del. July 3, 1863. Received at City Point, VA. July 6, 1863. Roll dated Dec. 31, 1863, last on file, shows him “Absent, prisoner in the hands of the enemy.” No later record.


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At the 1992 Fair, Traci Dennard was crowned queen and received a $1,000 scholarship. Other winners were ..; and Junior Miss, ALLISON BARRETT.

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