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Georgia Revolutionary Soldiers and Sailors, Patriots and Pioneers.
H. Ross Arnold and Hank Burnham.
Originally published as Georgia Revolutionary War Soldiers' Graves , this work has been significantly upgraded in the past decade to reflect new grave sites, as well as the losses incurred by the French soldiers in the siege of Savannah.
One of the most significant publications of Georgia Revolutionary records in recent decades! While the title appears not to fit within the purview of Virginia genealogical research, it is important to note that of the 3,500 soldiers' graves and military records noted in this work, fully one-fifth, or more than six hundred veterans came from Virginia!!! They came to Georgia by the thousands following the Revolution, out of Virginia and the Carolinas--veterans following the new lands opening up in the land lotteries of Georgia. Whether drawn by land or the lure of the new frontier or the burgeoning cotton industry, these veterans eventually settled in Georgia and began families whose descendants continue in the area to this day. This massive work has been long in coming.
2001, viii, 803 pages, 2 volumes. index.