Testators: Alexander, Sophronia Anderson, David Anderson, Nathan Anderson, Rachel Bolton, Peter Bothar, Daniel Brotherton, Obedience Camp, Wilburn Colhouse, Alexander Farmer?, Samuel Fowler, Adolphos Fowler, Edward Gray, William McClure, George Payne, Thomas Yates, Presly
Fort Oglethorpe By Jeannette Holland Austin
The 6th Cavalry occupied Fort Oglethorpe during World War I and it was the home of some 4,000 German Prisoners of War. It served as an induction and processing center during World War I and II
Also it was a training center for the Women's Army Corps during World War II.