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GENERAL BARTON AND STOVALL HISTORY  & HERITAGE ASSOCIATION

The 40th Georgia Infantry Regiment, Army of Tennessee was formed in early Spring, 1862 with companies raised in Bartow, Calhoun, Gordon, Whitfield, Paulding, and Haralson counties of Georgia. Major Raleigh S. Camp was appointed by Governor Joe Brown of Georgia to command the regiment.

Two documents of interest are the Surrender of Vicksburg, and an advertisement of the re-organization of the regiment after the surrender.

A Young 40th War Hero

REGIMENT ROSTER

Company A

Company B

Company C

Company D

Company E

Company F

Company G

Company H

Company I

Company K

Staff - Field

40th Georgia Regiment

Pvt. Asberry B. "Az" Clonts

One of the South's youngest defenders during the War Between the States, private Clonts was born January 25, 1851 and joined (along with has Father and Uncle) Company "F", 40th Georgia Volunteer Infantry on March 4, 1862.

His age at the time was 11 years, 1 month, 1week

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