American Civil War, Glynn County, Georgia
CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA
Erected 26 April 1902, a tribute of love from the Ladies Memorial Association of Brunswick, Georgia, to the heroes of the Confederacy, 1861 to 1865.
In honor of the Confederate soldiers who died to repel
Gather the sacred dust of warriors tried and true,
This is the Confederate Memorial located at Hanover Square in downtown Brunswick, Glynn, Georgia. It was the only "military" monument dedicated to the Civil War erected in Glynn County. However, if you read the inscription, you will notice that this is more for the lost government than it is for the lost soldiers.
A new memorial site was created for all veterans, and the markers memorializing those lost in later wars (WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, etc.) have been moved to this park from the courthouse.
I do not know if this new park memorializes those lost during the Civil War as I have yet to visit the park.
Clinch's 4th GA "A
Artillery Company "A Brief History"
26th Regiment Co. A Glynn County, "Glynn Guards"
26th Regiment Co. B "Camden Mounted Rifles"
26th Regiment Co. K "Brunswick Riflemen"
11th Battalion, Co. H
47th Regiment Co. H
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