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Esau Pike - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  David Pike
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Date Added:  9/27/2010
Company Unknown
Singleton Calloway Rose - 1st Lieutenant   
Singleton was my GGG-Grandmother's husband, but I'm not sure he was actually my GG-Grandfather's (George Lee Rose) father. The 37th was consolidated from 3rd Infantry Battalion. Singleton was in Company C, 3rd Inf. Batt.
Contact Name:  Scott Rose
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  10/7/2005
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Joseph Thomas Smith - Lt. Colonel   
Joseph Smith was my g-g-g uncle. He quarreled with his brother, Dr. Francis Marion Smith, over secession and went with the Southern Cause. During the war he met a gentleman soldier from New Orleans surnamed Armand. He was much impressed by this man and agreed to change his name to Armand which he did at some point after the end of the war. I believe that LTC Smith must have resigned during 1864 or at the time the 37th was merged with other units into the 54th Ga. Inf. Any Armands from Georgia or Florida who cannot find a Confederate ancestor might want to contact me and I can search for a family connection.
Contact Name:  R.M. Osbourne, Jr.
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Date Added:  6/21/2007
Company A
Ephraim Ledford - Unknown   
Ephraim was my grgrgrandfather.
Contact Name:  Ira Prince
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Date Added:  4/27/2009
Company A
Eli Sylvester Stanford - Private   
Great,Great Grandfather; Enlisted May, 1861 @ Spring Place,Murray Co.,Ga. Signed for 3 yrs. or the end of the war. Co. B, 3rd Battalion. After Stones River unit became the 37th Ga. Regt. Co.A; Battles: Stones River,Chickamauga, Atlanta Campaign, Franklin, Nashville, Bentonville. Walked home to Murray Co. Ga. Buried at Sumach Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetary,Murry Co. Ga. 11/27/1912.
Contact Name:  Michael Williams
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Date Added:  11/27/2010
Company B
John Lucius Phelps - Private   
My great grandfather. Confirmed by grave marker and application for Confederate Soldiers Pension in Florida (1920). Enlisted 21 July 1861. Re-enlisted April 1864. Wounded in Battle of Resaca on 15 May 1864.
Contact Name:  James H Sterling
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Contact Homepage:  jhs914@yahoo.com
Date Added:  7/1/2019
Company C
Wilson L. Kennedy - Private   
Wilson L. Kennedy joined Co. C 37th Ga Infantry in March 1864. He fought in the battles of Kennesaw Mountain and Atlanta. In the battle of Nashville, he was captured and taken to Camp Chase, OH. where he died of Variola (small pox).
Contact Name:  Carroll Warren Kennedy
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Contact Homepage:  kennedy1034@att.net
Date Added:  8/6/2016
Company D
Joel R. Phillips - Private   
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Contact Name:  Mickey Phillips
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Date Added:  11/2/2010
Company D
W. A. Phillips - 4th Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Mickey Phillips
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Date Added:  11/2/2010
Company F
Micahel Camp - Private   
Mike as the family called him enlisted in April 1862 and served in Tennessee.....he was wounded at Hoovers Gap Tn. June 24th 1863....he was shot in the forehead and had a silver coin placed over the wound ...though debilitated family sources say he survived till 1897....
Contact Name:  David Camp
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Date Added:  7/8/2011
Company F
Phillip B Cunningham - Musician   
collateral ancestor....''Co.F&S''
Contact Name:  Jay Robertson
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  4/20/2004
Company F
William Asa Manley - Private   
Captured at the Battle of Nashville November 16, 1864. POW at Camp Chase, Ohio, until war ended.
Contact Name:  Cheryl Manley
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Date Added:  3/6/2009
Company F
Wilburn Phillips - Private   
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Contact Name:  Nancy Hyte
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Contact Homepage:  nancyhyte@gmail.com
Date Added:  9/7/2015
Company Field & Staff
Meredith Kendrick - Major   
Enlisted as a Captain on 11 June 1861.
Commission in Company C, 3rd Battalion Infantry Regiment Georgia on 11 June 1861.
Transferred into Company I, 37th Infantry Regiment Georgia on 6 May 1863.
Promoted to Major on 1 August 1863.
Mortally wounded on 14 June 1864 near Lost Mountain, GA.
Died from wounds on 16 June 1864.
Contact Name:  Eric Stone
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Date Added:  7/3/2010
Company G
William E. Evans - Private   
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Contact Name:  D. Evans
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Date Added:  4/16/2012
Company G
Milton P Hammond - Private   
Milton enlisted at the age of 16. He was wounded and captured at the battle of Franklin Tn. He was sent first to a Nashville Hospital then to a military prison in Louisville, ky. He was then sent to Camp Chase in Ohio and then forwarded to the worse prison the Union had, Pointe Lookout, MD. He was released June 5, 1865, at the age of 18.
Contact Name:  Jerry Adams
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Date Added:  5/17/2007
Company H
Alexander Norman Glaze - 2nd Lieutenant   
also in the 9th Battalion Georgia Volunteers.
Contact Name:  Carole O'dell
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Date Added:  11/17/2012
Company H
George O'Feral Wynn - Private   
George O'Feral Wynn is my ggf and served in the unit until the end of the war. He is buried in the confederate cemetary in Johnson Co. Texas.
Contact Name:  Daniel Wynn
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Contact Homepage:  comcast.net
Date Added:  8/20/2010
Company I
William Thomas Dyer - Private   
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Contact Name:  Ruth Dyer Kersey
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Date Added:  10/17/2006
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