Sumter County GA Military Records

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Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level. Statewide collections are found on the Georgia Military Records page.

Sumter County Military Records

Confederate soldiers and widows pension rolls, 1903-1952 (Georgia. Court of Ordinary (Sumter County)) Family History Library

Georgia newspaper clippings, Sumter County extracts, 1832-1907 WorldCat

Andersonville Military Records

A list of the Union soldiers buried at Andersonville (Atwater, Dorence) Family History Library

Andersonville : a story of rebel military prisons : fifteen months a guest of the so-called Southern Confederacy : a private soldier's experience in Richmond, Andersonville, Savannah, Millen, Blackshear, and Florence (McElroy, John, 1846-1929) Family History Library

Andersonville Prison and National Cemetery, Andersonville, Georgia (Elarton, J. W. (John W.), 1844-) Family History Library

Andersonville Prison, Sumter County, Georgia : a record of recorded and reported deaths, February 27, 1864 to May 6, 1865 (Lundquist, John H.) Family History Library

Andersonville Prisoners of War Ancestry

Georgia, Andersonville Prison Records, 1862-1865 Ancestry

Georgia, Andersonville Prison Records, 1862-1865 Family Search

List of soldiers, (prisoners of war), belonging to Pennsylvania regiments, who died at the military prison, at Andersonville, Georgia : from February 26, 1864, to March 24, 1865 (Pennsylvania. Surveyor General's Office) Family History Library

Prisoners who died at Andersonville Prison : Atwater list. WorldCat

U.S. Civil War, Roll of Honor, Vol. XVII: Andersonville National Cemetery (Supplement), Georgia Ancestry

Web: US, Andersonville and Fort McHenry Civil War Prisoner Index, 1861-1865 Ancestry

Wisconsin Civil War soldiers of the 21st Infantry taken prisoner at Chickamauga and died in Danville or Andersonville Prison (Hetzel, Bev) Family History Library