The Worrill Grays - A company of Georgia Reserve Militia consisting of 200 teens, old men, and wounded veterans
The Worrill Grays was a company of old men and boys in 1865 though it had earlier been Company D of the 6th Georgia State Troops.
They disbanded in April 1862 and the men mostly went into the 32nd Georgia's Co. B.
Their flag would have been retired but somehow it ended up back in service in 1865. [Most of the info in this paragraph came from Greg Biggs
The Worrill Grays were a unit of the Georgia Reserve Militia that had seen fighting in the Atlanta Campaign as well as at Honey Hill, SC in November, 1864