World War I and II

Georgia Paupers and Widows Database

  • Cobb County Military Registrants for the Draft
  • Officers Held by Germans published Atlanta Journal June 3, 1943
  • Soldiers Killed in Action, Atlanta Journal, June 1943
  • U. S. Missing Soldiers, Atlanta Journal, June 3, 1943
  • World War I

    Service Records
    • Camden County Service Records – Army, Navy, Marines (1917 to 1919)
    • Schley County Veterans of World War I
    Newspaper Articles, June 1918
    • 5th Georgia: Privates
    • 5th Georgia Regiment to Go to France
    • 5th Georgia Regiment (old Georgia 5th)
    • Camp Gordon
    • Camp Wheeler
    • Casualty List of 1918
    • Georgia Quota
    • German U-Boat off Virginia Cape
    • Volunteer Registrars for Draft in Atlanta
    Georgia Soldiers Mentioned during 1918
    • Capt. Fonville McWhorter of Atlanta
    • Corpl. H. A. Hammac of Doerun, Georgia
    • Father James Horton to go to France
    • J. S. Hopper of Atlanta
    • L. O. Grice of Atlanta
    • Lt. Gable of Brooks, Georgia
    • Mad Loenge, German deserter in Atlanta Prison Camp
    • Major T. C. Davison of Atlanta
    • Major Ullern of Camp Gordon
    • Prv. Charles Ginsburg of Washington, Georgia
    • Pvt. John Ellis, deserter
    • Russian from Fair Street, Atlanta