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Georgia in the War 
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Cljas.TE&sewortl) "Jones 

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Georgia in the War 
1861-1865 



By 



CHAS. EDGEWORTH JONES 

of Augusta, Ga. 



Formerly, Historian Camp 
No. 435, U. C. V. 



Copyright Applied For 
1909. 



To the Memory of my Parents, 
This Book is lovingly inscribed. 



For in our CAUSE, let none forget. 
Were Right and Truth conjointly met; 
The halloui'd luster of our Creed 
Is heightened as the Ages speed. 

-C.E.J., 1899. 



"By the heavy guns at Pensacola, Mobile, and New 
Orleans,— behind the parapets of Pulaski, McAllister, 
and Sumter, — among the volcanic throes of Battery 
Wagner,— at Ocean Pond and Honey Hill,— upon the 
murderous slopes of Malvern Hill, — behind the lethal 
shadows of the Seven Pines,— in the trenches around 
Petersburg, — amid the smoke and carnage of Manassas, 
Fredericksburg, Spottsylvania, Chancellorsville, Sharps- 
burg, Gettysburg, Brandy Station, Cold Harbor, the 
Wilderness, Corinth, Shiloh, Vicksburg, Perryville, 
Murfreesboro, Missionary Bidge, Chickamauga, Frank- 
lin, Nashville, Atlanta, Jonesboro, Bentonville, and un- 
til the last thunders of war were hushed at Appomat- 
tox and Greensboro when, in the language of the pres- 
ent gallant chief magistrate of this commonwealth 
(Gen. John B. Gordon, — 1886-1890), our regiments, 
brigades, divisions, and army corps were 'worn to a 
frazzle,' these brave Georgians were found shoulder to 
shoulder with heroic companions in arms, maintaining 
the honor of their State, and supporting the flag of 
their beleaguered country. You can mention no deci- 
sive battle delivered, no memorable shock of arms dur- 
ing the protracted and herculean effort to achieve the 
independence of the South, where Georgia troops were 
not present. Their life blood incarnadined, their valor 
glorified, and their bones sanctified the soil above which 
the Bed Cross, which they had followed so closely, 
waved long and fearlessly in the face of desperate odds. 
All honor to the courageous men who fell in the fore- 
front of battle. All honor to the cause which enlisted 
such sympathy, and evoked such proofs of marvelous 
devotion. Precious for all time should be the patriotic, 
heroic, and virtuous legacy bequeathed by the men and 
the aspirations of that generation. Within the whole 
range of defensive wars you will search in vain for 
surer pledges and higher illustrations of love of coun- 
try, of self-denial, of patient endurance, of unwavering 
confidence, and of exalted action." 

(Colonel Charles C. Jones. Jr., LL.D.,— 1889). 



GEORGIA IN THE WAR 1861-5. 

Contents : 

Preliminary Statement. 

Sketch of History of Georgia from June, 1732 to 1909. 
Names and Dates of Tenure of Office of Governors of Geor- 
gia. 

Names of Counties of Georgia, with Dates of Founding. 
Military Organizations, Infantry, Cavalry, and Artillery, in 
the Confederate Army. 

General Officers of the Confederate Army appointed from 
Georgia and their commands (and staff officers as far as ascer- 
tained), and previous service. 

General Officers in State Service of State of Georgia. 
Officers of the Confederate Navy appointed from Georgia. 
Members of the Confederate Congress from Georgia, and 
Cabinet Officers from that State. 

List of Campaigns Conducted, Battles, Affairs and Skir- 
mishes fought within the limits of the State, with dates and 
location. 

Names of Georgia Officers and Soldiers on the Roll of Honor. 

Names of Officers of the First Infantry Battalion of Volun- 
teers for the Union Army, organized in Georgia. 

Local Designations of Georgia Troops in the Confederate 
Army. 

(Note. — The statements in regard to the status of Georgia 
in the Confederate Army are compil- 1 from the Official Rec- 
ords.) 



PRELIMINARY STATEMENT. 

Georgia was one of the original thirteen States, but was 
settled later than the others. The patent for it was granted to 
Oglethorpe, and other Trustees, June 9, 1732. The first colony, 
consisting of 120 persons, came in 1733; the objects of the col- 
ony being to establish a barrier between the Spaniards and In- 
dians, on the south, and South Carolina and North Carolina 
on the north, and to provide a refuge for the honest-minded 
needy and destitute; especially, poor debtors, orphans, and 
friendless children and youth— the last-mentioned object be- 
ing that of Whitefield. 

The colony was at first military, and the colonists received 
their lands on condition of military service. This occasioned 
discontent, and many of them moved to North Carolina. The 
policy was changed, and 50 acres of land was offered, uncon- 
ditionally, to all settlers; and many Scotch and German emi- 
grants came in. 

In the war between Great Britain and Spain in 1739-43, 
Oglethorpe attacked the Spaniards in Florida in 1740, but the 
expedition was a failure. The Spaniards attacked Georgia in 
1742, but, becoming alarmed at Oglethorpe's stratagems, they 
returned to Florida. After the peace, Georgia demanded the 
slaves which had been prohibited to them, and in 1752 the 
trustees surrendered the colony to the crown and negro slav- 
ery was permitted. 

"While Georgia was not suffering as were the other colonies 
from British oppression, she made common cause with them 
in the Revolutionary War. 

By the conclusion of a treaty of peace with the Creek and 
Cherokee Indians in 1791, the Creeks in 1802 ceded to the 
United States a large section of country in the southwestern 
section, and Georgia, in turn, relinquished to the United States 
all her claims west of the Chattahoochee, which surrender in- 
cludes the present States of Alabama and Mississippi. 

In 1860 this commonwealth followed the lead of South Car- 
olina, and passed an Act of Secession, January 19, 1861. 

Georgia repealed the Act of Secession, October 30, 1865, and 
adopted a new constitution, ratifying the Thirteenth Amend- 
ment; but congress, not satisfied with the constitution, put 
the State under military rule and another constitutional con- 
vention was called, which formed the constitution ratified in 
1868. The State was restored to the Union on its ratification 
of the Fourteenth Amendment; but, on its refusal to ratify 
the Fifteenth Amendment, was again put under military rule. 



On compliance, however, with this demand, it was re-admitted. 

Joseph E. Brown was governor of the State from 1857 to 
1865, and James Johnson provisional governor a part of 1865. 

Alexander H. Stephens, of Georgia, was vice-president of 
the Confederate States. 

Robert Toombs, of Georgia, became the first secretary of 
state of the Confederate States, February 21, 1861. He was 
afterwards a brigadier-general in the Confederate army. 

SKETCH OF HISTORY OF GEORGIA. (1732-1909.) 

Georgia was founded by James Edward Oglethorpe 
in 1733, the charter establishing it having received the 
Royal sanction June 9th of the previous year. The 
point selected for the first settlement was Tamacraw 
Bluff, on the right bank of the Savannah River. It was 
called Savannah after the stream which flowed by it; 
and the primal landing of the emigrants at their future 
home occurred on February 1, 1733. Tomo-Chi-Chi, 
Mico of the Yamacraws, who lived there, was a warm 
friend of Oglethorpe; and, from the first, he assisted 
him materially in the work of colonization. 

One of the earliest acts of the founder, after the ar- 
rival of his colonists, was to define the outlines of his 
proposed Savannah. Through the industry of all con- 
cerned, the requisite clearing rapidly progressed, houses 
gradually supplanting tents, and soon the straggling 
settlement began to wear the aspect of a fully-fledged 
village. Early in the following year, Oglethorpe con- 
scious of the dangers to which the English were ex- 
posed from their Spanish neighbors, and wishing to as- 
certain the possibilities of internal defense, projected a 
tour to the southern confines of the province. The trip 
was fruitful of good results, as the site of historic Fred- 
erica on St. Simon's Island, was then chosen. Almost 
coincidently with this visit, accessions were made to the 
little colony through the advent of the Salzburgers, the 
Moravians and the Highlanders. The last-named were 
valuable citizens from the start, and were always ready 
to take up arms for their beloved Georgia. . 



In the fall of 1735 the town of Augusta, on the Sa- 
vannah River, was founded. It was, in its ineipiency, 
and, for many years afterwards, a Trading-Post, and 
much business was transacted there. Its situation was 
an advantageous one. About this time, Oglethorpe 
made a trip to England and secured the needed rein- 
forcements for Frederica. He was always thinking of 
the Spanish storm which was liable, sooner or later, to 
break upon his settlement. On his return he brought 
with him Charles Delamotte, a school teacher, and the 
brothers, John and Charles Wesley, to Savannah. De- 
lamotte opened the first school for white children in 
the colony. John Wesley had the honor of introdu- 
cing the pioneer Sunday-school into Georgia, and per- 
haps also the world. He was a remarkable divine. 

In May, 1738, Oglethorpe was appointed general and 
commander-in-chief of His Majesty's forces in Geor- 
gia and South Carolina. As such he was instructed to 
inquire particularly into the designs, preparations and 
movements of the Spaniards in Florida. While his 
mind was intent upon these matters, he was apprised 
that the Red Men were soon to hold an important con- 
vocation at Coweta Town. This was to occur in July 
of the following year, and he realized how indispensa- 
ble it was that he should attend. And so, with a few 
companions, he made the hazardous march of three 
hundred miles through the trackless wilderness, and 
appeared at the gathering. His admirable conduct ap- 
pealed most strongly to the assembled braves, who dis- 
covered in him a worthy, fashioned in accordance with 
their highest ideals. About the same time, news was 
brought that the first overt act of Spanish aggression 
had been committed, and that English blood had been 
shed on Georgia soil. Accordingly, General Oglethorpe, 
in retaliation for this outrage, determined to lead a 
military expedition against St. Augustine. The ex- 
pedition, however, through non-concert of action on 



the part of some of the troops, was destined to disap- 
pointment. 

This was in the spring of 1740 ; and, two years later, 
in revenge for the attempted invasion of Florida, the 
Spaniards sent a monster Armada consisting of fifty- 
six sail, and conveying perhaps six thousand men, to 
sweep Georgia from the map. It was a case of history 
repeating itself. The undaunted resistance they met 
with everywhere, was but a grim foretaste of the hu- 
miliating Waterloo they were soon to encounter. In 
front of Frederica and indomitable Saint Simon's Is- 
land, the second Spanish Armada was baffled just as 
the first had been overwhelmed in the British Channel. 
Seldom was a defeat more crushing, or a victory more 
complete. 

In July, 1743, General Oglethorpe bade a sorrowful 
and fatherly adieu to Georgia and set sail for England, 
never again to return. For a decade, or more, the 
colony was then subject to the rule of presidents. In 
1754 it became a province of the Crown, and was placed 
under the domination of Royal Governors. There were 
three of these : Captain John Reynolds and Henry El- 
lis, Esq., being the first two. The third and perhaps 
the greatest of the gubernatorial trio was James 
Wright, Esq. (afterwards Sir James Wright) who, en- 
tering office in October, 1760, for two decades and more 
had a notably eventful administration. While he was a 
locum tenens, the Revolution began, and Governor 
Wright was responsible for preventing the colony from 
declaring itself until all of her other American sisters 
had spoken. True to his convictions, and at all times 
faithful to his beloved Sovereign, he was pre-eminently 
a courageous executive ; and when the patriotic tem- 
pest did break upon his devoted head, it was beyond 
his power to control it. 

In January, 1776, the Second Provincial Congress 
was triumphantly convoked at Savannah. An impor- 



tant feature of its work was the choice of five delegates 
for the Philadelphia conclave. Three of these de- 
serve special mention as they had the honor of signing 
the Declaration of Independence. They were Button 
Gwinnett, Lyman Hall and George Walton. Now that 
Georgia had unqualifiedly placed herself in the Revolu- 
tionist column, the "Liberty Boys" were zealous in 
doing everything possible to put her in military con- 
dition. To this end, they gave their constant atten- 
tion to raising and equipping companies and procuring 
supplies of arms and ammunition. In the latter con- 
nection they made valuable captures. Part of the gun- 
powder taken in one expedition, as tradition has it, 
was used at the Battle of Bunker's Hill. To cap the 
climax and show their utter contempt for the King, 
these undaunted Americans made his accredited repre- 
sentative, Governor Wright, a prisoner in his own 
home. The first noteworthy Revolutionary affair on 
Georgia soil occurred late in December, 1778. Savan- 
nah, then, fell into the hands of the British. This loss 
was a disastrous one, and, nine months later, an at- 
tempt was made by the combined French and American 
armies to retake the town. A desperate but fruitless 
assault was made in October, 1779, which resulted in 
much carnage. In the same year occurred the famous 
victory of Kettle Creek. It was a partisan triumph ; as 
was also the siege of Augusta in the summer of 1781. 
A twelve-month later, Savannah was, without a strug- 
gle, surrendered to General Anthony Wayne by the 
English, and the war was over so far as Georgia was 
concerned. 

After the restoration of peace, the work of rehabilita- 
tion occupied some time. The founding of the State 
University was one of the first useful things attempted. 
This was in 1783. Five years later, Georgia was ad- 
mitted into the Union. January 2, 1788, was the exact 
date. About that time the Yazoo agitation began. It 

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enlisted public attention until the famous overthrow of 
the accursed fraud in February, 1796. Early in the 
following century (1802), the commonwealth effected 
a *ale to the General Government of her immense west- 
ern territorial possessions. The consideration involved 
was one million, two hundred and fifty thousand dol- 
lars; and thus was a death-blow forever dealt to the 
Yazoo transaction. 

The next exciting episode was the second war with 
England. That was in 1812-15. Only slight skirmishes 
occurred within the confines of the State. Then came 
Governor Troup's administration, and his historic 
clashes with Federal authorities; and, soon after, the 
removal to the West of the Creek and Cherokee In- 
dians. Railroad building was now the problem of the 
hour; the succeeding decades showing great activity in 
that department. In the midst of all this internal de- 
velopment, news was brought of the opening of Mexi- 
can hostilities. Enthusiasm was widespread. Compa- 
nies were formed and equipped, and, for months, every- 
one was thinking of those who had been sent to the 
front. Many Georgians won distinction in that conflict, 
It was the training-school for that larger struggle, soon 
to be introduced. 

Everything now hastened to a finale. The next 
three terms must be passed over, and then we will come 
to the administration of Joseph E. Brown. It was, in 
many respects, a remarkable one. Commencing in 
1857, during the eight years of its continuance, it was 
crowded with exciting events. Governor Brown was 
distinctively a self-made statesman. His indomitable 
will-power was the keynote of his success. He may 
have made mistakes, but he showed himself a man at 
all times. 

For several years prior to the war between the sec- 
tions, there were many premonitions of the approach- 
ing catastrophe. The rumblings of slave agitation were 

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heard throughout the country — in congress and else- 
where. They delivered to the South a message which 
she could not ignore. Her States Rights doctrines, her 
private interests and everything she held sacred, were 
at stake, and she was forced to declare herself. This 
she did through her Secession Ordinances. In them 
she claimed the prerogative of withdrawing from the 
Union whenever she so desired. The first Southern 
State to take action in that important regard was South 
Carolina. This was in December, 1860. About a month 
later, or on the 16th of January, 1861, the famous Geor- 
gia convention was assembled. Its deliberations were 
destined to be fraught with mighty consequences. ThQ 
contending forces in the gathering were almost equally 
matched ; the secessionists slightly preponderating. But 
the Unionists made up in brilliant advocates, what they 
lacked in numbers, and, for three days and more, there 
was a death-grapple between the opposing contingents. 
The secessionists, too, had impassioned oratorical sup- 
porters, among whom was the gallant Thomas R. R. 
Cobb. He fell in battle, a brigadier-general, and an 
early sacrifice to the cause of Confederate liberty. It 
was his lot to make the pivotal speech of the conven- 
tion. As a result of his burning appeal, it was decided 
on January 19, 1861, by a vote of two hundred and 
eight to eighty-nine, to adopt the Georgia Secession 
Ordinance. 

From now on, war was the all-engrossing question. 
No stone unturned, the united effort was to develop the 
full military potentialities of the commonwealth. Young 
and old, from the first, contributed their patriotic mead. 
Georgia has every reason to feel proud of her coura- 
geous sons. The Augusta Powder "Works was a monu- 
ment to one of them (Col. (Gen.) George W Rains). 
He has the distinction of having erected and success- 
fully operated this gigantic plant. First and last, 
nearly three million pounds of gunpowder were manu- 

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factured within its imposing confines. It was indeed a 
bulwark of the beleaguered Confederacy - 

JHfefirst noteworthy passage at arms on Georgia soil 
occurred in the spring of 1863. This was General 
Forrest's pursuit of Col. Streig ht 's daring qavalry 
raid. The pursuit was a successful one, and resulted 
in a complete victory for General Forrest. Streight 's 
entire command was captured. A few months later, 
the great battle of Chickamauga was fought. It lasted 
two days and was a most bloody and formidable en- 
gagement. Catoosa County, near the Tennessee border, 
was its scene. One hundred and thirty thousand men, 
all told, participated in the lethal struggle ; the casual- 
ties amounting to nearly a fourth of that number. Gen- 
erals Braxton Bragg and Rosecrans were the opposing 
generals. 

t$Tay 4th, 1864, was the historic date when the great 
Dalton-Atlanta campaign was commenced. It was a 
tactical encounter. General Joseph E. Johnston with 
fifty thousand troops was in constant collision with 
General Sherman's splendidly equipped and numeri- 
cally powerful army. It was another instance, in a 
way, of the Hammer and Rapier policy. General John- 
ston was continually falling back, exchanging one po- 
sition for another, but fighting always. It was a mas- 
terly retreat which cost Sherman many of his men. 
His antagonist suffered far less. The sanguinary bat- 
tle of Kennesaw Mountain was the principal one along 
the lin^~oTmarch. Three weeks later, General John- 
ston was summarily supplanted by General John B. 
Hood. The wisdom of the change may be questioned. 
General Hood was not the tactician his predecessor 
was, and Sherman apparently realized it at once. The 
former believed in aggressive warfare. A series of en- 
gagements around Atlanta soon followed. Though gal- 
lantly contested, they did not yield the wished-for 

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fruits. Within a few weeks, Atlanta fell into the hands 
of the enemy- 
Atlanta being captured, General Sherman decided to 
make his celebrated "March to the Sea." The move- 
ment was commenced about the middle of November, 
1864. His army consisting, we are told, of sixty-five 
thousand veteran campaigners, met with little opposi- 
tion to its triumphal progress. In fact, as Georgia was 
practically defenseless, only slight skirmishes, at best, 
were possible. The Federals were at liberty to devas- 
tate ad libitum. They are said to have cut a swath of 
sixty miles in width through the heart of the State. 
When Savannah was reached, the city was surrendered 
to Sherman without a struggle. It had been fortified 
with a view to standing a protracted siege. The next 
affairs within the borders of the commonwealth were 
those at West Point and Columbus, April 16, 1865. Des- 
perate but ineffectual resistance was offered at both 
places. General R. C. Tyler held the Confederate fort 
at West Point. These were, it is said, the last battles 
of the war, east of the Mississippi River. The final 
melancholy happening was the capture of President 
Davis near Irwinville, in southern Georgia. This oc- 
curred May 10, 1865; and the conflict, so vigorously 
prosecuted against overwhelming odds, was ended. 

The rest of the story is soon told. Governor Brown 
resigned his post June 29, 1865^,,- He had officiated as 
such for almost four terms. vHon. James Johnson — a 
presidential appointee, — was installed as his successor. 
As provisional governor of Georgia, he continued fo 
act for several months. Hon. Charles J. Jenkins su- 
perseded him as executive in December, 1865. On the 
summary removal of the former (Jenkins) in January, 
1868, Brigadier-General Thomas H. Ruger, U. S. A., be- 
came Chief Magistrate in his stead. He is remembered 
as the military governor of Georgia, and during his 
incumbency, Atlanta became the State Capital. On 

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the inauguration of Rufus B. Bullock, six months la- 
ter, his short-lived reign terminated. Ruger 's displace- 
ment, however, did not bring the relief for which the 
people craved. Bullock riveted on Georgia more se- 
curely than ever, the chains of reconstructed recon- 
struction. He did not want the State to be re-ad- 
mitted. The truth is, compliance with the Fourteenth 
and Fifteenth Amendments to the Federal Constitu- 
tion was the test for re-admission into the Union. Bul- 
lock did not recognize the commonwealth's eligibility 
for that honor. But Ulysses S. Grant, president of the 
United States, thought differently. On the 15th of 
July, 1870, he signed a Congressional Bill, which de- 
clared that Georgia, having fulfilled all requirements, 
was adjudged as legally entitled to re-admission into 
the Union. 

In October, 1871, Governor Bullock, through resig- 
nation, brought his inglorious administration to an 
end. Thereupon, Benjamin Conley became his succes- 
sor. A twelve month later, Democracy was definitely 
reinstated through the election of James M. Smith. His 
tenure was followed by that of General Alfred H. Col- 
quitt, admiringly referred to as the Christian Chief 
Magistrate. Then came the short but able term of Al- 
exander H. Stephens. On his death in the spring of 
1883, James S. Boynton assumed the gubernatorial 
reins. He was not, however, permitted to retain them, 
as Henry D. McDaniel was soon saluted as Georgia's 
ruler. In 1886 General John B. Gordon was proudly 
installed as governor. His administration was an emi- 
nently satisfactory one. About twelve years later, when 
"W Y. Atkinson was the incumbent, the Spanish-Ameri- 
can "War began. The sensation which it created was 
slight and short-lived. During all this time, the com- 
monwealth prospered, and there was a healthy devel- 
opment along all lines. In 1907 Hoke Smith was inau- 
gurated. His tenure, which, in the judgment of many, 

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has been forceful and capable, is nearing its close. He 
will soon be superseded by Joseph M. Brown, the son 
of Georgia's famous "War Governor. "When Mr. Brown 
becomes the executive, he will have the honor of presid- 
ing over a pivotal Southern State, with a population 
approximating two million, eight hundred and fifty- 
thousand souls, and a great and splendid future. 

GOVERNORS OF GEORGIA. 

1. James Edward Oglethorpe, Special Agent of the Trustees 

in the colonization; de facto civil and military gover- 
nor of the Province; subsequently appointed General 
and Commander-in-Chief of His Majesty's Forces in 
Georgia and South Carolina, 1732-1743. 

2. William Stephens, President of the Colony 1743-1751. 

3. Henry Parker, President of the Colony 1751-1753. 

4. Patrick Graham, President of the Colony 1753-1754. 

b. Captain John Reynolds, First Royal Governor of the 
Province 1754-1757. 

6. Henry Ellis, Second Royal Governor of the Province 

1757-'60. 

7. Sir James Wright, Third Royal Governor of the Province 

1760-1782. 

8. James Habersham, Acting Royal -Governor of the Prov- 

ince in 1771, during the absence of Sir James Wright. 

9. William Ewen, President of the Council of Safety, and, 

virtute officii, President of Republican Georgia in 1775. 

10. Archibald Bulloch, President and Commander-in-Chief 

of Republican Georgia in 1776. 

11. Button Gwinnett, President and Commander-in-Chief of 

Republican Georgia m 1777. 

12. Jonathan Bryan, at one time Acting President and Com- 

mander-in-Chief of Republican Georgia in 1777. 

13. John Adam Treutlen, First Republican Governor of Geor- 

gia, 1777. 

14. John Houstoun, Republican Governor of Georgia 1778, 

and again elected Governor of Georgia 1784. 

15. John Wereat, President of the Executive Council and, de 

facto, Republican Governor of Georgia 1779. 

16. George Walton, Elected Republican Governor of Georgia, 

November 1779, and Governor of Georgia 1789. 

17. Richard Howley, Elected Republican Governor of Georgia 

January, 1780. 

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18. George Wells, President of Council and, de facto, Gover- 
nor of Georgia during the absence of Governor Howley 
in attendance on the Continental Congress, 1780. 

L9. Stephen Heard, President of Council and, de facto, Gov- 
ernor of Georgia in 1780. 

20. Myrick Davies, President of Council and, de facto, Gov- 

ernor of Georgia in 1781. 

21. Nathan Brownson, Elected Governor of Georgia in Au- 

gust, 1781. 

22. John Martin, Elected Governor of Georgia in January, 

1782. 

23. Lyman Hall, Elected Governor of Georgia in January, 

1783. 

24. Samuel Elbert, Elected Governor of Georgia, 1785. 

25. Edward Telfair, Elected Governor of Georgia 1786, and 

Governor of Georgia 1790-1793. 

26. George Mathews, elected Governor of Georgia 1787, — and 

Governor of Georgia 1793-1796. 

27. George Handley, Elected Governor of Georgia in 1788. 

28. Jared Irwin, Governor of Georgia 1796-1797 and again in 

1806-1809. 

29. James Jackson, Governor of Georgia 1798-1801. He was 

elected on a former occasion (1788) to office of Gov- 
ernor, but declined on account of youth and inexpe- 
rience. 

30. David Emanuel, Governor of Georgia, 1801. 

31. Josiah Tattnall, Governor of Georgia, 1801-1802. 

32. John Milledge, Governor of Georgia, 1802-1806. 

33. David B. Mitchell, Governor of Georgia 1809-1813 and 

again in 1815-1817. 

34. Peter Early, Governor of Georgia, 1813-1815. 

35. William Rabun, Governor of Georgia, 1817-1818. 

36. Matthew Talbot, Governor of Georgia, 1818-1819. 

37. John Clarke, Governor of Georgia, 1819-1823. 

38. George M. Troup, Governor of Georgia, 1823-1827. 

39. John Forsyth, Governor of Georgia, 1827-1829. 

40. George R. Gilmer, Governor of Georgia 1829-1831 and 

again 1837-1839. 

41. Wilson Lumpkin, Governor of Georgia, 1831-1835. 

42. William Schley, Governor of Georgia, 1835-1837. 

$3. Charles J. McDonald, Governor of Georgia, 1839-1843. 

44. George W. Crawford, Governor of Georgia, 1843-1847. 

45. George W. Towns, Governor of Georgia, 1847-1851. 

46. Howell Cobb, Governor of Georgia, 1851-1853. 

47. Herschel V Johnson, Governor of Georgia, 1853-1857. 

48. Joseph E. Brown, Governor of Georgia, 1857-1865. 

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49. James Johnson, Provisional Governor of Georgia, in 1865. 

50. Charles J. Jenkins, Governor of Georgia, 1865-1868. 

51. Thomas H. Rugeb, Military Governor of Georgia, in 1868. 

52. Rufus B. Bullock, Governor of Georgia, 1868-1871. 

53. Benjamin Conley, Governor of Georgia, 1871-1872. 

54. James M. Smith, Governor of Georgia, 1872-1876. 

55. Alfred H. Colquitt, Governor of Georgia, 1876-1882. 

56. Alexander H. Stephens, Governor of Georgia, 1882-1883. 

57. James S. Boynton, Governor of Georgia, 1883. 

58. Henry D. McDaniel, Governor of Georgia, 1883-1886. 

59. John B. Gordon, Governor of Georgia, 1886-1890. 

60. William J. Northen, Governor of Georgia, 1890-1894. 

61. W. Y. Atkinson, Governor of Georgia, 1894-1898. 

62. Allen D. Candler, Governor of Georgia, 1898-1902. 

63. Joseph M. Terrell, Governor of Georgia, 1902-1907. 

64. Hoke Smith, Governor of Georgia, 1907-1909. 

65. Joseph M. Brown, Goverrnor of Georgia, 1909 — . 



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COUNTIES OF GEORGIA AND DATES OF THEIR 

FOUNDING. 

Appling, founded in December, 1818. 
Baker, founded in December, 1825. 
Baldwin, founded in May, 1803. 
Banks, founded in December, 1858. 
Baetow, founded in December, 1861. 
Ben Hill, founded in July, 1906. 
Berrien, founded in February, 1856. 
Bibb, founded in December, 1822. 
Brooks, founded in December, 1858. 
Bkyan, founded in December, 1793. 
Bulloch, founded in February, 1796. 
Burke, founded in 1777. 
Butts, founded in December, 1825. 

Calhoun, founded in February, 1854. 
Camden, founded in 1777. 
Campbell, founded in December, 1828. 
Carroll, founded in December, 1826. 
Catoosa, founded in December, 1853. 
Charlton, founded in February, 1854. 
Chatham, founded in 1777. 
Chattahoochee, founded in February, 1S54. 
Chattooga, founded in December, 1838. 
Cherokee, founded in December, 1831. 
Clarke, founded in December, 1801. 
Clay, founded in February, 1854. 
Clayton, founded in November, 185S. 
Clinch, founded in February, 1850. 
.Cobb, founded in December, 1832. 
Coffee, founded in February, 1854. 
Colquitt, founded in February, 1856. 
Columbia, founded in December, 1790. 
Coweta, founded in December, 1826. 
Crawford, founded in December, 1822. 
Crisp, founded in August, 1905. 
Dade, founded in December, 1837. 
Dawson, founded in December, 1857. 

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Decatur, founded in December, 1823. 
DeKalb, founded in December, 1822. 
Dodge, founded in October, 1870. 
Dooly, founded in May, 1821. 
Dougherty, founded in December, 1853. 
Douglas, founded in October, 1870. 
Early, founded in December, 1818. 
Echols, founded in December, 1858. 
Effingham, founded in 1777. 
Elbert, founded in December, 1790. 
Emanuel, founded in December, 1812. 
Fannin, founded in January, 1854. 
Fayette, founded in May, 1821. 
Floyd, founded December, 1832. 
Forsyth, founded December, 1832. 
Franklin, founded February, 1784. 
Fulton, founded December, 1853. 

Gilmer, founded December, 1832. 
Glascock, founded December, 1857. 
Glynn, founded 1777. 
Gordon, founded Feb. 1850. 
Grady, founded August, 1905. 
Greene, founded February, 1786. 
Gwinnett, founded December, 1818. 

Habersham, founded December, 1818. 
Hall, founded December, 1818. 
Hancock, founded December, 1793. 
Haralson, founded January, 1856. 
Harris, founded December, 1827. 
Hart, founded December, 1853. 
Heard, founded December, 1830. 
Henry, founded May, 1821. 
Houstoun, founded May, 1821. 
Irwin, founded December, 1818. 
Jackson, founded February, 1796. 
Jasper, founded December, 1812 
Jeff Davis, founded August, 1905 
Jefferson, founded February, 1796. 
Jenkins, founded August, 1905. 
Johnson, founded December, 1858. 
Jones, founded December, 1807. 
Laurens, founded December, 1807. 
Lee, founded December, 1826. 
Liberty, founded 1777. 

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Lincoln, founded February, 179G. 
Lowndes, founded December, 1825. 
Lumpkin, founded December, 1832. 

McDuffie, founded October, 1870. 
McIntosh, founded December, 1793. 
Macon, founded December, 1837. 
Madison, founded December, 1811. 
Marion, founded December, 1827. 
Meeiwethee, founded December, 1827. 
Miller, founded February, 1856. 
Milton, founded December, 1857. 
Mitchell, founded December, 1857. 
Monroe, founded May, 1821. 
Montgomeey, founded December, 1793. 
Morgan, founded December, 1807. 
Murray, founded December, 1832. 
Muscogee, founded December, 1826. 

Newton, founded December, 1821. 
Oconee, founded February, 1875. 
Oglethorpe, founded December, 1793. 
Paulding, founded December, 1832. 
Pickens, founded December, 1853. 
Pierce, founded December, 1857. 
Pike, founded December, 1822. 
Polk, founded December, 1851. 
Pulaski, founded December, 1808. 
Putnam, founded December, 1807. 
Quitman, founded December, 1858. 
Rabun, founded December, 1819. 
Randolph, founded December, 1828 
Richmond, founded 1777. 
Rockdale, founded October, 1870. 
Schley, founded December, 1857. 
Screven, founded December, 1793. 
Spalding, founded December, 1851. 
Stewart, founded December, 1830. 
Stephens, founded August, 1905. 
Sumter, founded December, 1831. 
Talbot, founded December, 1827. 
Taliafeebo, founded December, 1825. 
Tattnall, founded December, 1F01. 
Taylor, founded January, 1852. 
Telfair, founded December, 1807. 
Terrell, founded February, ]856. 

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Thomas, founded December, 1825. 
Tift, founded August, 1905. 
Toombs, founded August, 1905. 
Towns, founded March, 1856. 
Troup, founded December, 1826. 
Tuenee, founded August, 1905. 
Twiggs, founded in December, 1809. 

Union, founded December, 1832. 
Upson, founded December, 1824. 

Walker, founded December, 1833. 
Walton, founded December, 1818. 
Ware, founded December, 1824. 
Warren, founded December, 1793. 
Washington, founded February, 1784. 
Wayne, founded May, 1803. 
Webster, founded February, 1856. 
White, founded December, 1857. 
Whitefield, founded December, 1851. 
Wilcox, founded December, 1857. 
Wilkes, founded 1777. 
Wilkinson, founded May, 1803. 
Worth, founded December, 1853. 



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FIELD OFFICERS, REGIMENTS AND BATTAL- 
IONS FROM GEORGIA IN THE CONFED- 
ERATE STATES ARMY. 

Infantry. 

Fiest Infantry Reqiment (1st Georgia Regulars Infantry.) 

Chastain, E. W., lieutenant-colonel. 

Grieve, Miller, Jr., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Harden, E. R., major. 

Hill, A. A. Franklin, major. 

Magill, William J., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Martin, William, lieutenant-colonel. 

Smith, William D., major. 

Walker, John D., major. 

Wayne, Richard A., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Williams, Charles J., colonel. 
NOTE. — Among the gallant fiield officers of First Georgia 
Regulars, Infantry, were Captain John Milledge, of Company D, 
and Captain J. G. Montgomery, of Company G. 

Second Infantry Regiment. 

Butt, Edgar M., major, colonel. 

Charlton, William W., major. 

Harris, Ski6Jfiaej"e; lieutenant-colonel. 

Harris, William T., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Holmes, William R., lieutenant-colonel. 

Lewis, Abner McC, major. 

Semmes, Paul J., colonel. 

Shepherd, William S., major, lieutenant-colonel. 
Third Infantry Regiment. 

Hayes, George E., major. 

Jones, John F., major. 

Lee, Augustus H., major. 

Montgomery, Alex. B., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

NOTE. — It has been, unofficially, stated that, before the end of 

the War, he was promoted to grade of brigadier-general, P. A. 

C. S. In justice to him, however, it should be said that he has 

never claimed specified rank. 

Nisbet, Reuben B., lieutenant-colonel. 
Reid, James S. ( lieutenant-colonel. 

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Snead, Claiborne, lieutenant-colonel. 

Sturges, John R., major. 

Walker, Edward J., colonel. 

Wright, Ambrose R., colonel. 
Fourth Infantry Regiment. 

Cook, Philip, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

DeGraffenried, Francis H., major. 

Doles, George, colonel. 

Jordan, William F., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Matthews, John J., lieutenant-colonel. 

Nash, Edwin A., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Smith, Robert S., major. 

Whitehead, Charles L., major. 

Willis, William H., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Winn, David R. E., major, lieutenant-colonel. 
Fifth Infantry Regiment. 

Ansley, David H., major. 

Beall, Thomas, lieutenant-colonel. 

Black, William T., colonel. 

Daniel, Charles P., major, colonel. 

Day, Charles B., lieutenant-colonel. 

Hundley, William B., major. 

Iverson, John F., lieutenant-colonel 

Jackson, John K., colonel. 

Kiddoo, John F., major. 

Mangham, Samuel W., colonel. 

Salisbury, William L., major. 
Sixth Infantry Regiment. 

Anderson, Charles D., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Arnold, William M., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Cleveland, Wilde C, major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Colquitt, Alfred H., colonel. 

Culpepper, James M., major. 

Harris, Sampson W., lieutenant-colonel. 

Lofton, John T., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Newton, James M., lieutenant-colonel. 

Tracy, Phil, major. 
v/Seventh Infantry Regiment. 

Almon, Moses T., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Anderson, Lemuel B., major. 

Carmichael (Carmical?), George H., major, lieutenant 
colonel, colonel. 

Cooper, James F., lieutenant-colonel. 

Ounwody, John, major, lieutenant-colonel 

fiartrell, Lucius J., colonel.' ■ 

Hoyle, E. W., major. 

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Kiser, John F., major. 
T- White, William W., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Wilson, William T., colonel. 

Witt, Horace H., major. 
Eighth Infantry Regiment. 

BaxlasK r _F. S., colonel. 

Cooper, John F., major. 

Cooper, Thomas L., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Dawson, George O., major. 

Gardner, William M., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Lamar, L. M., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Magruder, Edward J., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

flTowers, John R., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 
Ninth Infantry Regiment. 

Arnold, John W., major. 

Beck, Benjamin, colonel. 

Goulding, B. R., colonel. 

Hoge, Edward F., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Jones, William M., major. 

Mounger, John C. L., Sr., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Turnipseed, Richard A., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Webb, John G., major, lieutenant-colonel. 
Tenth Infantry Regiment. 

Cumming, Alfred, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Hawes, Richard R, major. 

Holt, Willis C, major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Kibbee, Charles C, lieutenant-colonel. 

Loud, Philologus H., major. 

McBride, Andrew J., colonel. 

McLaws, LaFayette, colonel. 

Weems, John B., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel 
Eleventh Infantry Regiment. 

Anderson, George T., colonel. 

Gobde, Charles T., major. 

Guerry, Theodore L., lieutenant-colonel. 

Little, Francis H., colonel. 

Luffman, William, major, lieutenant-colonel. 

McDaniel, Henry D., major. 

Welsh, Western R., major. 
Twelfth Infantry Regiment. 

Blandford, Mark H., lieutenant-colonel. 

Carson, John T., major. 

Conner, Z. T., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Hardeman, Isaac, major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Hawkins, Willis A., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Johnson, Edward, colonel. 

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Scott, Thaddeus B., lieutenant-colonel. 
Smead, Abner, major, lieutenant-colonel. 
Willis, Edward, major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 
Thibteenth Infantby Regiment. 

Baker, John H., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 
Douglass, Marcellus, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 
Ector, Walton, colonel. 
Jones, S. W., lieutenant-colonel. 
Maltbie, Richard, major, lieutenant-colonel. 
Moore, John L., major. 

Smith, James M., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 
Fourteenth Infantry Regiment. ^ s. 
HKBrumby, A. V., colonel. ■'! | '*'"' tfv i 

Fielder, James M., major, lieutenant-colonel. 
Folsom, Robert W., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 
Goldsmith, Washington L., major, lieutenant-colonel. 
Harris, William A., major, lieutenant-colonel. 
Kelley, Charles C, major. 

Lester, Richard P., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 
Price, Felix, colonel. 

Ramsay, Whiteford S., lieutenant-colonel. 
Fifteenth Infantby Regiment. 

DuBose, Dudley M., colonel. 
Hearnsberger, Stephen Z., lieutenant-colonel. 
Mcintosh, William M., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel.,, 
Millican, William T., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 
Shannon, Peter J., major, lieutenant-colonel. 
Smith, Joseph T., major. 

Smith, Theophilus J., major, lieutenant-colonel. 
Stephens, Linton, lieutenant-colonel. 
Thomas, Thomas W., colonel. 
Sixteenth Infantry Regiment (Sallie Twiggs Regiment.) 
Bryan, Goode, lieutenant-colonel, colonek < V! '= • ' 
Cobb, Howell, colonel. 

Gholston, James S., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 
- •- Skelton, John H., major. 

Stiles, B. Edward, lieutenant-colonel. ' 

Thomas, Henry P., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 
Seventeenth Infantry Regiment. 

Barden, William A., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Benning, Henry L,., colonel. 

Hodges, Wesley C, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Matthews, Charles W., lieutenant-colonel. 

Moore, James B., major. 

Pickett, John H., major. 

Walker, Thomas, major. 

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Eighteenth Infantry Regiment. 

Armstrong, Joseph, colonel. 

Calahan, W. G., major. 

Ford, Francis M., lieutenant-colonel. 

Griffis, John C, major. 

Johnson, Jefferson, major. 
""Ruff, S. Z., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. ' 

Stewart, Joseph A., major. 
— Wofford, William T., colonel, 
Nineteenth Infantry Regiment. 
~feoyd, William W., colonel. 

Flynt, Tilman W., lieutenant-colonel. 

Hamilton, William, major. 

Hogan, Ridgeway B., lieutenant-colonel. 

Hooper, John W., major. 

Hutchins, Andrew J., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Johnson, Thomas C., lieutenant-colonel. 

Mabry, Charles W., major. 

Neal, James H., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 
Twentieth Infantry Regiment. 

Craig, William, major. 

Coffee, John A., major. 

Cumming, John B., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Gamble, Roger L., major. 

Jones, John A., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Ross, Albert B., major. 

Seago, Eli M., lieutenant-colonel. 

Smith, William Duncan, colonel. 
( Waddell, James-D., major, colonel. 
Twenty-First Infantry Regiment. 

Glover, Thomas C, major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Hooper, Thomas W., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Lynch, Michael, major. 

Mercer, John T., colonel. 

Morrison, James J., lieutenant-cplonel. 
Twenty-second Infantry Regimenti 

Jones, Robert H, colonel. 

Jones, George H., colonel. 

Lallerstedt, Lawrence D., major. 

McCurry, B. C, lieutenant-colonel. 

Pritchett, J. W., lieutenant-colonel. 

Wasden, Joseph, major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 
Twenty-third Infantry Regiment. 

Ballenger, Marcus R., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Barclay, William P., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Best, Emory F., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

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Boston, William J., major. 

Huggins, James H., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Hutcherson, Thomas, colonel. 

Sharp, John J. A., major, lieutenant-colonel. 
Twenty-fourth Infantry Regiment. 

Chandler, Joseph N., lieutenant-colonel. 

McMillan, Robert, colonel. 

McMillan, Robert B., major. 

Sanders, C. C, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Smith, Frederick C, major. 

Winn, Thomas E., major, lieutenant-colonel. 
Twenty-fifth Infantry Regiment. 

Ashley, W. P M., lieutenant-colonel. 

Smith, Albert W., major. 

Wilson, Claudius C, colonel. 

Williams, Andrew J,, lieutenant-colonel. 

Winn, William J-., major, colonel. 

Wylly, William Henry, major, lieutenant-colonel. 
Twenty-sixth (Lamar's) Infantry Regiment. (Afterwarc 
known as 7th Infantry Battalion, which was mergec 
into 61st Infantry.) 

Lamar, Charles A. L., colonel. 

Lamar, John H., major. 

McDonald, James, lieutenant-colonel. 
Twenty-sixth (Styles') Infantry Regiment. (Also callec 
13th). 

Atkinson, Edmund N., colonel. 

Blain, James S., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Gardner, Thomas N., major. 

Griffin, Eli S., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Grace, Benjamin F., major. 

Lane, William A., lieutenant-colonel. 

McDonald, William A., lieutenant-colonel. 

Styles, Carey W., colonel. 
j Twenty-seventh Infantry Regiment. 

Brewer, Septimus L., lieutenant-colonel. 

Bussey, Hezekiah, major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Dennis, Charles J., major. 

Dorsey, Jasper N., lieutenant-colonel. 

Gardner, James, major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Holliday, Henry B., major. 

Rentfro, William H., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Smith, Levi B., colonel. 

Stubbs, John W., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Zachry, Charles T., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel 

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Twenty-eighth Infantry Regiment. 

Banning, James W., major. 

Cain, James G., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Crawford, William P., lieutenant-colonel. 

Graybill, Tully, major, colonel. 

Hall, George A., lieutenant-colonel. 

Warthen, T. J., colonel. 
Twenty-ninth Infantry Regiment. 

Alexander, T. W., lieutenant-colonel. 

Billopp, W W., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Knight, Levi J., major. 

Lamb, John C, major. 

Mitchell, William D., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Owen, John J., major. 

Spaulding, R., colonel. 

Young, William J., colonel. 
Thirtieth Infantry Regiment. 

Bailey, David J., colonel. 

Boynton, James S., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Hendrick, Henry, major. 

Mangham, Thomas W., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Thorpe, Cicero A., major. 

Tidwell, Miles M., lieutenant-colonel. 
Thirty-fiest Infantry Regiment. (Also called 27th.) 

Crowder, John T., lieutenant-colonel. 

Evans, Clement A., major, colonel. 

Hill, Daniel P., lieutenant-colonel. 

Lowe, John H., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Phillips, Pleasant J., colonel. 

Pride, Rodolphus T., major, lieutenant-colonel. 
Thirty-second Infantry Regiment. 

Bacon, E. H., Jr., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Harrison, George P., Jr., colonel. 

Holland, W. T., major. 

Pruden, William H., lieutenant-colonol. 
Thirty-third Infantry Regiment. (Not organized.) 

Littlefield, A., colonel. 
Thirty-fourth Infantry Regiment. 

Bradley, J. W., lieutenant-colonel. 

Dorough, Thomas T., major. 

Johnson, J. A. W., colonel. 

Jackson, John M., major. 
Thirty-fifth Infantry Regiment. 

Bull, Gustavus A., lieutenant-colonel. 

Groves, William L., major. 

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Holt, Boiling H., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

McCullochs, William H., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

McElvany, James T., major. 

Thomas, Edward L., colonel. 

Williams, Lee A. J., major. 
Thirty-sixth (Villepigue's) Infantry Regiment. (Formerl 
1st Infantry battalion; afterward 1st Confederal 
Was also called Georgia and Mississippi Regimer 
of Infantry.) 

Lovell, William S., major. 

Smith, George A., lieutenant-colonel. 

Villepigue, John B., colonel. 
Thirty-sixth (Glenn's) Infantry Regiment. 

Broyles, Charles E., major, colonel. 

Glenn, Jesse A., colonel. 

Loudermilk, John, major. 

Wallace, Alexander M., lieutenant-colonel. 
Thirty-seventh Infantry Regiment. (3d and 4th Battalion 
Infantry consolidated.) 

Bradford, Jesse J., major. 

Kendrick, Meredith, major. 

Rudler, Anthony F., colonel. 

Smith, Joseph T., lieutenant-colonel. 

Wilson, Robert E., major. 
Thirty-seventh (Military District) Georgia Regiment. 

Cato, William W., lieutenant-colonel. 
Thirty-eighth Infantry Regiment. (Wright's Legion.) 

Bomar, Thomas H., major. 

Davant, Phillip E., lieutenant-colonel. 

Flowers, John Y., major. 

Lee, George W., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Mathews, James D., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Parr, Lewis J., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Wright, Augustus R., colonel. 
Thirty-ninth Infantry Regiment. 

Jackson, J. F. B., lieutenant-colonel. 

McConnell, J. T., colonel. 

Milton, William P., lieutenant-colonel. 

Pitner, Tilmon H., major. 

Randell, Gabriel H., major. 
Fortieth Infantry Regiment. 

Camp, Raleigh S., major. 

Johnson, Abda, colonel. 

Toung, Robert M., lieutenant-colonel. 
Forty-first Infantry Regiment. 

Curtis, William E., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

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Knight, John, major. 

McDanigl^ Charles A., colonel. 

Nail, Mark S., major. 
Forty-second Infantry Regiment. 

Henderson, Robert J., colonel. 

Hulsey, William H., major, lieutenant-colonel 

Maddox, Robert F,. lieutenant-colonel. 

Thomas, Lovick P., major. 
Forty-third Infantry Regiment. 

Bell, Hiram P., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Harris, Skidmore, colonel. 

Kellogg, Henry C, major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Lester, William C, major. 
Forty-fourth Infantry Regiment. 

Adams, Joseph W., major. 

Banks, Richard O., major. 

Beck, James W., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Estes, John B., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Key, John C", major. 

Lumpkin, Samuel P., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Peebles, William H., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Smith, Robert A., colonel. 
Fobty-fifth Infantry Regiment. 

Carter, James W., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Conn, Charles A., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Gibson, Aurelius W., major. 

Grice, Washington L., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Hardeman, Thomas, Jr., colonel. 

Rogers, Matthew R., major. 

Simmons, Thomas J., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Wallace, William S., major, lieutenant-colonel. 
Forty-sixth Infantry Regiment. 

Colquitt, Peyton H., colonel 

Daniel, William A., lieutenant-colonel. 

Dunlop, Samuel J. C, major, colonel. 

Speer, Alexander M., major. 
Forty-seventh Infantry Regiment. 

Cone, James G., major. 

Cone, Joseph S., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Edwards, A. C, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Phillips, William S., lieutenant-colonel. 

Williams, G. W M., colonel. 
Forty-eighth Infantry Regimknt. 

Carswell, Reuben W., lieutenant-colonel. 

Gibson, William, colonel. 

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Hall, Matthew R., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Whitehead, John R., major. 
Forty-ninth Infantry Regiment. 

Cooke, Oliver H., lieutenant-colonel. 

Duggan, James B., major. 

Durham, John A., major. 

Jordan, John T., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Lane, A. J., colonel. 

Manning, Seaborn M., lieutenant-colonel. 

Pate, John H., major. 

Player, Samuel T., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Rivers, Jonathan, major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Williams, Wiley J., major, lieutenant-colonel. 
Fiftieth Infantry Regiment. 

Curry, Duncan, major. 

Fleming, William O., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Kearse, Francis, lieutenant-colonel. 

Manning, William R., colonel. 

McGlashan, Peter A. S., colonel. 
NOTE. — "We learn, unofficially, that, had not the "War ended 
his commission as brig-adier-general, P. A. C. S., might, In al 
likelihood, have reached him. He was a gallant soldier. 

Pendleton, P. C, major. 

Sheffield, Pliny, major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Spence, John M., major. 
Fifty-first Infantry Regiment. 

Anthony, Oliver P., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Ball, Edward, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Crawford, John P., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Dickey, James, major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Dunwody, Henry M., major. 

Slaughter, W. M., colonel. 
Fifty-second Infantry Regiment. 

Boyd, Wier, colonel. 

Findley, J. J., major. 

Moore, John J., major. 

Phillips, Charles D., lieutenant-colonel, colonel 

Van Diviere, Solomon H., lieutenant-colonel. 
Fifty-third Infantry Regiment. 

Brown, Sheridan R., major. 

Doyal, Leonard T., colonel. 

Hance, J. W., lieutenant-colonel. 

Hartsfield, W. F., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Simms, James P., major, colonel. 

Sims, Thomas W., major. 

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Sloan, Thomas, lieutenant-colonel. 
Taylor, Robert P., lieutenant-colonel. 

FlFTY-FOURTH INFANTRY REGIMENT. 

Mann, William H., major. 

Rawls, Morgan, lieutenant-colonel. 

Way, Charlton H., colonel. 
Fifty-fifth Infantry Regiment. 

Harkie, C. B., colonel. 

Persons, A. W., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Printup, Daniel S., major. 
Fifty-sixth Infantry Regiment. 

Brewster, James P., major. 

Pool, M. L., major. 

Slaughter, J. T., lieutenant-colonel. 

Watkins, B. P., colonel." ' •' 
Fifty-seventh Infantry Regiment. (Also called 54th. For- 
merly 2d Regiment Georgia State Troops.) 

Barkuloo, William, colonel. 

Guyton, Cincinnatus S., lieutenant-colonel. 

Shinholser, John W., major. 
Fifty-eighth Infantky Regiment. 

(No record.) 
Fifty-ninth Infantry Regiment. 

Bass, Mastin G., major. 

Brown, Jack, colonel. 

Fickling, William H., major. 

Gee, Bolivar H., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Harris, Charles J., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Hunter, George R., lieutenant-colonel. 
Sixtieth Infantry Regiment. (Formed from Stiles' 4th Bat- 
talion.) 

Berry, Thomas J., lieutenant-colonel. 

Jones, Waters B., major, colonel. 

Stiles, William H., Sr., colonel. 
Sixty-first Infantry Regiment. (Also called 26th.) 

Brenan, Peter, major. 

Lamar, John Hill, colonel. 

McArthur, Charles W., major, lieutenant-colonel. 
McDuffie, James Y., lieutenant-colonel. 

MacRae, Archibald P., major. 

Tillman, Henry, major. 

VanValkenburg, James D., major. 
Stxtt-second Regiment Partisan Rangers. (See Cavalry-) 
•'(xty-third Infantry Regiment. Formed from 13th Infan- 
try Battalion.) 

Allen, Joseph V. H., major. 

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Black, George R., lieutenant-colonel. 

Giles, John R., major. 

Gordon, George A., colonel. 
Sixty-fourth Infantry Regiment. 

Barrow, James, lieutenant-colonel. 

Evans, John W., colonel. 

Jenkins, Charles S., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Thomas, George S., major. 

Weems, Walter H., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 
Sixty-fifth Infantry Regiment. (Formed from Infantry 
Battalion of Smith's Legion.) 

Fain, John S., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Foster, William G., colonel. 

Moore, Robert H., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Pearcy, Jacob W., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Smith, Sumner J., colonel. 

Williams, Samuel F., major. 
Sixty-sixth Infantry Regiment. (Also called 65th Regiment.) 

Andrews, John F., major (declined appointment). 

Hamilton, A. S., lieutenant-colonel. 

Hull, R. Newton, major. 

Nisbet, J. Cooper, colonel. 
First Infantry Battalion. (Merged into 36th (Villepigue's) 
Georgia, afterward 1st Confederate.) 

Larey, Peter H., major. 

Lovell, William S., major. 
1 Villepigue, John B., major, lieutenant-colonel. 
Second Independent Infantry Battalion. 

Hardeman, Thomas, Jr., major. 

Moffett, Charles W., major. 

Ross, George W., major. 
Third Infantry Battalion. (United with 17th Battalion 
formed the 37th Georgia.) 

Rudler, Anthony F., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Stovall, Marcellus A., lieutenant-colonel. 
Fourth (Mercer's) Infantry Battalion. (Merged into 21s 
Infantry.) 

Mercer, John T., lieutenant-colonel. 

Morrison, James J., major. 
Fourth (Stiles') Infantry Battalion. (Merged into 60tl 
Georgia.) 

Berry, Thomas J., major. 

Stiles. William H., Sr.. lieutenant-colonel. 
Seventh Infantry Battalion. (Formerly Lamar's 26th In 
fantry. Merged into 61st Georgia.) 

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Lamar, Charles A. L., lieutenant-colonel. 

Lamar, John H., major, lieutenant-colonel. 
Eighth Infantry Battalion. 

Gray, John W., major. 

Hunt, B. F., major. 

Littlefield, Asahel, lieutenant-colonel. 

Morgan, Edward F., major. 

Napier, Leroy, Jr., lieutenant-colonel. 

Reid, J. T., lieutenant-colonel. 

Watters, Zachariah L., major, lieutenant-colonel. 
Ninth Infantry Battalion. (Also called 17th Battalion.) 

Smith, Joseph T., major. 
Tenth Infantry Battalion. (Also called 3d Battalion.) 

Frederick, James D., major. 

Rylander, John E., major. 
Thirteenth Infantry Battalion. (Merged into 63d Regi- 
ment.) 

Gordon, George A., major. 
Seventeenth Infantry Battalion. (See 9th Battalion.) 
Eighteenth Infantry Battalion. (Savannah Volunteer 
Guards.) 

Basinger, William S., major. 

Screven, John, major. 
Twenty-sixth Infantry Battalion. 

Nisbet, John W., major. 
Twenty-seventh Infantry Battalion. 

Hartridge, Alfred L., major. 

Stubbs, William B., major. 
First Battalion Sharpshooters. (Note — Capt. Richard Cuy- 
ler King, as the senior officer present, was in 
command of this Battalion at the time of his cap- 
ture at the Battle of Nashville, December 16, 1864. 
He had held the position for several months.) 

Anderson, Robert H-, major. .^-' "^ ' / 

Shaaff, Arthur, major. 
First Infantry Battalion Georgia Reserves. 

Symons, William R., major. 
First Georgia Volunteers Infantry. (Disbanded.) 

.Anderson, James W,, major. 

Ramsey, James N., colonel. 

Thompson, George H., lieutenant-colonel. 
First Volunteers Georgia Infantry. 

Ford, Martin J., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Mercer, Hugh W., colonel. 

Olmstead, Charles H., major, colonel. 

Rockwell, William S., lieutenant-colonel. 

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Fusst Regiment Infantet Georgia State Guaed. 

Dabney, William H., colonel. 

Groves, John P., major. 

Jones, Richard W., lieutenant-colonel. 
First Regiment Georgia State Troops. 

Bitrwn, , lieutenant-colonel. 

Gait, E. M., colonel. 

Tate, William, major. 
First Regiment Local Defense Troops, Macon, Georgia. 

Brooks, T., lieutenant-colonel. 
First (Fannin's) Regiment Georgia Reserves. 

Fannin, James H., colonel. 

Neely, James J., lieutenant-colonel. 

Park, John W., mayor. 
First (Symons') Regiment Georgia Reserves. 

Cunningham, John, major. 

Symons, William R, colonel. 
First City Battalion, Columbus, Georgia. (Detailed Men.) 

Jaques, Samuel R., major. 
First Division Georgia Militia. 

Flournoy, R. W., colonel. 
First Georgia Light Duty Men, Macon, Ga. 

Rowland, Alexander M., major. 
First Regiment Local Defense Troops, Augusta, Ga. (Note — 
Rains, George W., colonel. Commissioned as major 
of artillery, P. A. C. S., July 10, 1861; he was then 
specially detailed to supervise the erection of the 
Augusta (Ga.) Powder Works. His highest com- 
missioned rank was that of colonel. Died at New- 
burgh, N. Y., March 21, 1898.) 

Moore, John C, lieutenant-colonel. 
Second Battalion Sharpshooters. 

Cox, J. J., major. 

Whiteley, Richard H., major. 
Second Regiment Georgia Reserves. 

Jones, C. M., lieutenant-colonel. 

Maddox, Robert F., colonel. 

Powell, W. A., major. 
Second Regiment Georgia State Line. 

Wilson, James, colonel. 
Second (Storey's) Regiment Georgia State Troops. 

Storey, R. L., colonel. 
Second (Stapleton's) Regiment Georgia State Troops. 

Stapleton, , colonel. 

Second Battalion Local Defense Troops, Macon, Ga. 

Walker, E. W., major, (acting). 

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Second Division Georgia Militia. 

Armstrong, , colonel. 

T"kiRD Battalion Sharpshooters. 

Davant, Philip E., major. 

Hutchins, Nathan L„ Jr., lieutenant-colonel: 

Simmons, William E., major. 

Smith, H. H., major. 
Third Regiment, Georgia Reserves. 

Griffin, J. B., major. 

Harris, Charles J., colonel. 

Moore, J. L., lieutenant-colonel. 
Third Regiment, First Brigade, Georgia State Troops. 

Johnson, , colonel. 

Fourth Battalion Sharpshooters. (Formed from part of 3d 
Inf. Battalion.) 

Caswell, Theodore D., major. 
Fourth Battalion Georgia State Guard. 

Whitehead, Archer, major. 
Fourth Regiment Georgia Reserves. 

Burks, J. H., major. 

Candler, A. D., lieutenant-colonel. 

Taylor, Richard S., colonel. 
Fourth Regiment, Second Brigade, Georgia State Troops. 

Gant, , colonel. 

First Augusta Battalion of Infantry. 

Jackson, George T., major. 
Fifth Infantry Battalion, Georgia State Guard. 

Wilson, William A., major. 
Fifth Infantry Regiment, Georgia State Guard. 

Curley, Barnard, major. 

Hargett, Flynn, lieutenant-colonel. 

Salisbury, William L., colonel. 
Fifth Regiment Georgia Reserves. 

Cumming, John B., colonel. 

Findlay, C. D., lieutenant-colonel. 

McGregor, C. E., major. 
Fifth Regiment Georgia State Troops. 

Mann, , colonel. 

Sixth Infantry Regiment Georgia State Guard. 

Lofton, William A., major, colonel. 

Mangham, Samuel W., lieutenant-colonel. 

Nunnally, Aaron D., major. 
Sixth Regiment Georgia State Troops. 

Thompson, , colonel. 

Seventh Infantry Regiment Georgia State Guard. 

Latimer, Reuben, major. 



Lester, George N., colonel. 
Neely, James J., lieutenant-colonel. 
Seventh Regiment Geoegia State Tboops. 

Redding, A. F., colonel. 
Eighth Infantry Regiment Geoegia State Guabd. 

Fowler, John W., lieutenant-colonel. 

Henderson, John T., colonel. 

Pinckard, James S., major. 
Eighth Regiment Georgia Militia. 

Rountree, C. N., colonel. 
Eighth Regiment Geoegia State Tboops. 

Chastain, E. W., colonel. 
Eighth Regiment, Third Beigade, Georgia State Tboops. 

Scott, , colonel. 

Ninth Infantry Regiment Georgia State Guard. 

Mell, P. H., colonel. 

Peacock, Thomas P., major. 

Walker, Dickerson H., lieutenant-colonel. 
Ninth Regiment, Third Brigade, Georgia State Tboops. 

Hill, J. M., colonel. 
Tenth Regiment Georgia State Troops. 

Davis, C. M., colonel. 
Eleventh Infantry Battalion, Georgia State Guard. 

Cooper, John, major. 
Eleventh Infantry Regiment Georgia State Guard. 

Godfrey, William, lieutenant-colonel. 

McGriff, Patrick A., major. 

Mclntyre, Archibald T., colonel. 
Eleventh Regiment Georgia State Tboops. 

Price, J. V., colonel. 
Thirteenth (Yarborough's) Infantby Battalion Georgia 
State Guard. 

Yarborough, Christopher C, major. 
Fourteenth Infantry Battalion Georgia State Guard (Ma- 
con Battalion.) 

Jones, John B., major. 
Seventeenth Battalion Infantry, Georgia State Guard. 

McGee, J. W., major. 
Eighteenth Infantry Battalion Georgia State Guard (Au- 
gusta Fire Battalion.) 

Day, Charles B., major. 

Piatt, Charles A., lieutenant-colonel. 
Nineteenth (Thompson's) Infantry Battalion Georgia 
State Guard. (City Guard Battalion, Columbus 
Ga. ) 

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Bivins, James M., major. 
Thompson, Dexter B., lieutenant-colonel. 
Twentieth (Wright's) Infantry Battalion Georgia State 
Guard. (Merged into 12th Regiment Georgia State 
Guard.) 
Wright, Henry G., major. 
Twenty-first Infantry Battalion Georgia State Guard. 
(Merged into Wright's 12th Regiment.) 
Kenedy, James B., major. 
Twenty-second Infantry Battalion Georgia State Guard. 
Carswell, Nathaniel A., lieutenant-colonel. 
Hughes, Daniel G., major. 
Twenty-third Infantry Battalion Georgia State Guard. 
Cook, F. W. C, major. 



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THE FIVE GEORGIA INFANTRY LEGIONS. 

1. Smith's Georgia Legion, commanded by Sumner 
J. Smith. 

2. Wright's Georgia Legion, commanded by Col. 
Augustus R. Wright. 

3. Cobb's Georgia Legion, commanded by Col. Thos. 
R. R. Cobb. 

4. Phillips' Georgia Legion, commanded by Col. 
Wm. Phillips. 

5. Thomas' Georgia Legion. The name of com- 
mander, or organizer of this Legion, can not be ascer- 
tained. It is reported in Avery's History of Georgia 
that the numerical strength of that Legion was three 
hundred and ninety-five (395). I can find no mention 
of this Legion in the Official Records. 



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CAVALRY. 

Fibst Cavalry Regiment 

Davitte, Samuel W., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Harper, A. R., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Morrison, James J., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Strickland, James H., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Tench, John W., major. 

Watts, George T., lieutenant-colonel. 
Second Cavalry Regiment. 

Crews, Charles C, colonel. 

Dunlop, James B., lieutenant-colonel. 

Hood, Arthur, lieutenant-colonel. 

Ison, Francis M., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Lawton, William J., colonel. 

Mayo, James W., major. 

Whaley, C. A., major. 
Third Cavalry Regiment. 

Booton, Daniel F., major. 

Crawford, Martin J., colonel. 

Johnson, Hiram H., major. 

Kennon, Richard E., lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 

Thomson, Robert, colonel. 

Thornton, James T., lieutenant-colonel. 
Fourth (Avery's) Cavalry Regiment. (Formed from 23d 

Avery, Isaac W., colonel. 
NOTE.— It has been, unofficially, stated that he was, before the 
close of the War, promoted to grade of brigadier-general, P. A. C. S. 
He has, in his History of Georgia, emphasized his belief in fact of his 
promotion. 

Cook, William L., lieutenant-colonel. 

Owen, D. Jackson, major. 

Stewart, Augustus R., major. 
Fourth (Clinch's) Cavalry Regiment. 

Clinch, Duncan L., colonel. 

Harris, John L., lieutenant-colonel. 

McDonald, Jesse C, major. 
Fifth Cavalry Regiment. (Formed from 1st and 2d Battal- 
ions.) 

Anderson, Robert H., colonel. 

Bird, Edward, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 



Davant, Richard J., Jr., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Wiltberger, "William H., major. 
Sixth Cavalry Regiment. (Formed from Cavalry Battalion, 
Smith's Legion.) 

Bale, Alfred F., major. 

Brown, B. F., lieutenant-colonel. 

Burns, John T., major. 

Fain, Joel C, major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Hart, John R., colonel. 
Seventh Cavalry Regiment. (Formed from 21st and 24th 
Battalions.) 

Anderson, Edward C, Jr., major. 
NOTE. — He was, we are unofficially Informed, successively 
promoted to grade of lieutenant-colonel and colonel of 7th Cav- 
alry Regiment in 1864; and, had the War continued, might have 
been advanced to rank of brigadier-general, P. A. C. S. He was 
a notably gallant soldier. 

Davies, John N., major. 

McAllister, Joseph L., lieutenant-colonel. 

White, William P., colonel. 
Eighth Cavalry Regiment. (Formed from 62d Regiment and 
20th Battalion.) 

GriflSn, Joel R., colonel. 

Millen, John M., lieutenant-colonel. 

Thomson, William G., major. 
Ninth Cavalry Regiment. (Formed from Cavalry Battalion 
of Cobb's Legion.) 

Jones, Malcolm D., major. 

King, Barrington S., lieutenant-colonel 

Wright, Gilbert J., colonel. 
Tenth Cavalry Regiment. (Formed from 7th Confederate 
Cavalry and part of Millen's Georgia Battalion.) 

Claiborne, Thomas D., lieutenant-colonel. 

Sikes, Jesse H., major. 

Taliaferro, V H., colonel. 
Eleventh Cavalry Regiment. (Formed from 30th Battalion ) 

Barclay, Hugh W., lieutenant-colonel. 

Bell, Madison, major. 

Young, Andrew, colonel. 

Twelfth Cavalry Regiment. (See Avery's 4th Georgia Cav- 
alry. ) 

Thirteenth Cavalry Regiment. (Formed from 16th Bat 
tallion.) 

Whin, Samuel J., lieutenant-colonel. 
First Cav3Xry Battalion. (Merged into 5th Cavalry ) 

Spalding, Charles, lieutenant-colonel. 

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icond Cavalry Battalion. (Merged into 5th Georgia Cav- 
alry.) 
Bird, Edward, lieutenant-colonel. 
Cumming, Montgomery, lieutenant-colonel. 
Davant, Richard J., Jr., major. 
iibd Cavalry Battalion. (Merged into Clinch's 4th Georgia 
Cavalry.) 
Clinch, Duncan L., major, lieutenant-colonel. 
Harris, John L., major. 
(xteenth Cavalry Battalion. (Merged into 13th Georgia 
Cavalry.) 

Clarke, Edward Y., major. 
Nix, P. M., lieutenant-colonel. 
Winn, Samuel J., major, lieutenant-colonel. 
jUnjsteenth Cavalry Battalion. (Merged into 10th Confed- 
erate Cavalry.) 
Goode, Charles T., major. 
venty-first Cavalry Battalion. (Merged into 7th Georgia 
Cavalry.) Georgia Partisan Rangers. 
White, William P., major. 
venty-third Cavalry Battalion. (Merged into 4th (Avery's) 
Georgia Cavalry.) 
Avery,. Isaac W., lieutenant-colonel. 
■venty-fourth Cavalry Battalion. (Merged into 7th Geor 
gia Cavalry.) 
Anderson,. Edward C, Jr., major. 
sventy-fifth Cavalry Battalion. (Provost Battalion, At- 
lanta, Ga.) 
Lee, George W., lieutenant-colonel. 
'wenty-ninth Cavalry Battalion. 
Camfield, Charles H., major. 
Hood, Arthur, lieutenant-colonel. 
hirtieth Cavalry Battalion. (Merged into 11th Georgia 
Cavalry.) 
Barclay, Hugh W., major. 
Young, Andrew, lieutenant-colonel. 
irst Battalion Cavalry Militia. (See 16th Battalion Cav- 
alry, Georgia State Guard.) 
scond Cavalry Regiment, Georgia State Guard. 
Beasley, W P., lieutenant-colonel. 
Lane, J. M., major. 
Willcoxon, John B., colenel. 

ECOND REUHtlENT, GEORGIA PARTISAN RANGERS. 

H-rfnt, A. A., colonel. 

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Thibd Cavalby Battalion, Georgia State Guard. 
Fire Battalion.) 
Lee, George W., lieutenant-colonel. 
Mecaslin, John H., major. 
Third Cavalry Regiment, Georgia State Guard. 
Freeman, John M., major. 
Martin, Luther H. O., lieutenant-colonel. 
Toombs, Robert, colonel. 
Fourth Cavalry Regiment, Georgia State Guard. 
Key, P C, lieutenant-colonel. 
Stephens, Samuel, major. 
White, Robert, colonel. 
Sixth Cavalry Battalion, Georgia State Guard. 
Culberson, Augustus B„ lieutenant-colonel. 
Fuller, Haley G., major. 
Seventh Cavalry Battalion, Georgia State Guard. 
Shivers, James A., major. 
Stephens, Linton, lieutenant-colonel. 
Eighth Cavalry Battalion, Georgia State Guard. 

Stephens, John T., major. 
Ninth (McDonald's) Cavalry Battalion, Georgia 
Guard. 
Phillips, William, major. 
Tenth Battalion Mounted Rifles, Georgia State G 
(Also called 9th Cavalry Battalion, Georgia' 
Guard.) 
Mell, Pat., lieutenant-colonel. 
Price, Hawkins F., major. 
Tenth Cavalry Regiment, Georgia State Guard. 
Floyd, John J., colonel. 
Glenn, J. N., lieutenant-colonel. 
Hudson, G. L., major. 
Twelfth Cavalry Battalion, Georgia State Guard. 

Stewart, Thomas R., major. 
Twelfth Cavalry Regiment, Georgia State Troops. 

Sims, R., colonel. 
Fifteenth Battalion, Georgia Partisan Rangers 
into 62d Regiment.) 
Griffin, Joel R., major, lieutenant-colonel. 
Fifteenth Cavalry Battalion, Georgia State Guard. 

Jones, E. T., lieutenant-colonel. 
Sixteenth Cavalry Battalion Georgia State Guard 
mer Battalion, also called 1st Battalion r< 
Militia.) 
West, Doctor M., major. 

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rENTiETH Battalion Georgia Partisan Rangees. (Part 
merged into 8th and part into 10th Cavalry.) 

Millen, John M., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Spencer, Samuel B., major. 

Thomson, William G., major. 
xty-second Regiment Geoegia Paktisan Rangers. (Formerly 
1st Battalion Partisan Rangers; 2d Regiment Partisan 
Rangers, united with Millen's 20th Battalion, became 8th 
Cavalry. Part of 62d became lGth Battalion North Caro- 
lina Cavalry.) 

Ellis, William L. A., major. 

Griffin, Joel R., colonel. 

Kennedy, John T., major, lieutenant-colonel. (Trans- 
ferred to 16th Battalion North Carolina Cavalry.) 

Towns, Randolph, lieutenant-colonel. 
rst Cavalry Battalion Georgia Reserves. 

Blount, J. H., colonel. 

Osborn, N. C, major. 

Tufts, Orrin, major. 
jgusta Arsenal Battalion. 

Giraxdey, V J. B., major, (acting). 
lanta Arsenal Battalion. 

McCall, James K., major. 
adshaw's Cavalry Battalion. 

Bradshaw, A. C, major. 
mden County Militia. 

Baily, David, lieutenant-colonel. 

Covedo, John S., major. 

Floyd, Henry H., colonel. 
cerokee Legion, Georgia State Guard. 

Grambling, Enoch G., major. 

Hill, Benjamin, lieutenant-colonel. 

Rusk, James E., colonel. 
ty Battalion, Provost Guaed, Columbus, Ga. 

Wilkins, Francis G., major. 
iast Guard Battalion, Georgia Militia. 

Gaulden, William B., colonel. 
ibb's Legion, — Infantry Battalion. 

Bagley, Ed. F., major. 

Camak, Thomas, major. 

Cobb, Thomas R. R., colonel. 

Conyers, William D., major. 

Garnett, Richard B., lieutenant-colonel. 

Glenn, Luther J., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Knight, Gazaway B., lieutenant-colonel. 

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Lamar, Jefferson M., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

McDaniel, William W., major. 
Cobb's Legion — Cavalry Battalion. (Afterward 9th Cavalr; 

Delony, William G., major, lieutenant-colonel. 

Kin§ hm gafi;ingtaa.^l., lieutenant-colonel.- ■•■ 

Rice, Zachariah A., major. 

Yancey, Benjamin C, major. 

Young, Pierce M. B., major, lieutenant-colonel, colon 

Wright, Gilbert J., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel. 
NOTE. — Among the dashing troopers of this famous Legii 
the gallant Captain Francis Edgeworth Eve, of Company K, vi 
long- be remembered. He was a born soldier and a sabreur 
distinction; and his prowess in battle won him recognition 
the Confederate army. Died in 1908. 

Cook's Battalion. (See 23d Infantry Battalion Georgia Stat 

Guard.) 
Floyd Legion, Georgia State Guard. 
Alexander, Thomas W., major. 
Freeman, John R., lieutenant-colonel. 
Yeiser, James G., colonel. 
Gilmer Battalion (Cavalry). (See 16th Battalion Geors 

State Guard.) 
Howard's Infantry Battalion. (Non-conscripts; also call 
27th Battalion.) 

Howard, T. B., Jr., major. 
McIntyre's Battalion Georgia State Guard. (Merged in 
11th Regiment Georgia State Guard.) 
Mclntyre, A. T., major. 
Ordnance Battalion, Columbus, Ga. 
Baldwin, W. W., major. 
Oliveros, J. B., lieutenant-colonel. 
Phillips Legion — Infantry Battalion. 

Barclay, B. Sandy, major, lieutenant-colonel. 
Cook, Robert T., major, lieutenant-colonel. 
Hamilton, Joseph, major, lieutenant-colonel. 
Jones, Seaborn, Jr., lieutenant-colonel. 
Norris, John S., major. , i 

—Phillips, William, colonel t O"V» ' i -H' , j 
Phillips Legion — Cavalry Battalion. 
Puckett, William B. C, major. 
Rich, William W., lieutenant-colonel. 
Willcoxon, John B., major. 
Roswell Battalion Cavalry, Local Defense. , 

-—King, James R., major ( acting. X , >- ' '"'''■ l'/ 
Smith's Regiment.. (Also called 1st Georgia Partisan Ra 
gers; succeeded by Smith's Legion, composing an infa 
try and cavalry battalion, the infantry battalion becoi 



ing 65th Infantry and cavalry battalion 6th Cavalry.) 
Smith, Sumner J., colonel. 
mith's Legion. 

Smith, Sumner J., colonel. 
mith's Legion — Infantky Battalion. (Merged into 65th In- 
fantry.) 
Fain, John S., lieutenant-colonel. 
Moore, Robert H., major. 
mith's Legion — Cavalry Battalion. (Merged into 6th Cav- 
alry.) 
Brown, Benjamin F., major. 
Hart, John R., lieutenant-colonel. 
tephens' Cavalry Battalion. (See 7th Cavalry Battalion, 

Georgia State Guard.) 
Dicker's Battalion. (Merged into 12th Regiment Georgia 
State Guard.) 
Wicker, D. L., major. 
Wright's Cavalry Regiment Georgia State Guard. (Also 
called 12th.) 
Kenedy, James B., major. 
Longstreet, Anderson P., lieutenant-colonel. 
Wright, Henry G., colonel. 
Wright's Legion. (See 38th Infantry.) 

oungblood's Battalion Government Mechanics, Columbus, 
Ga. 
Youngblood, E. H. (?), major. 



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ARTILLERY ORGANIZATIONS. 

Atlanta Arsenal Battery.. Light Artillery. 

Captain C. C. Campbell, Appointed June 12, 1863. 

Lieut. Wm. Hawksley, Appointed June 12, 1863. 

Lieut. L. S. Scruggs, Appointed June 12, 1863. 

2d Lieut. W. N. Cook, Appointed June 12, 1863. 

2d Lieut. Thos. B. Brady, Appointed June 12, 1863. 

Captain John H. Hudson, Appointed February 1, 1864, 

Lieut. L. S. Scruggs, Appointed February 1, 1864. 

Lieut. Thomas E. Brady, Appointed February 1, 1864. 

2d Lieut. M. Campbell, Appointed February 1, 1864. 

2d Lieut. W. D. West, Appointed February 1, 1864. 

Augusta Volunteer Artillery. (See Barnes' Battery.) 
Baker's Battery. Company State Troops for defense of Co- 
lumbus, Ga. 

Captain Robert. B. Baker, Appointed July 5, 1864. 

Lieut. David B. Caldwell, Appointed July 5, 1864. 

Lieut. Thomas M. Barnard, Appointed July 5, 1864. 

2d Lieut. James M. Clay, Appointed July 5, 1864. 

2d Lieut. John E. Thorn, Appointed July 5, 1864! 
Bartow Artillery. (See A. C. Dunn's Battery, also Co. A, 22d 
Battalion.) 

Barnes' Battery. Augusta Volunteer Artillery. Attached to 
1st Regiment Local Volunteers, Col. G. W. Rains. 

Captain George T. Barnes, Appointed July 30, 1863. 

Sr. Lieut. Jas. M. Roberts, Appointed July 30, 1863. 

Jr. Lieut. Charles Spaeth, Appointed July 30, 1863! 

2d Lieut. Robt. M. Phinizy, Appointed July 30, 1863. 

2d Lieut. R. J. Larcombe, Appointed June 30, 1864. 
Barnwell's Battery. 10th Battery, formerly D. A. Reese Bat- 
tery. 

Capt. A. Smith Barnwell, Appointed March 12, 1864. 

Lieut. John S. Acee, Appointed March 12! 1864! 

2d Lieut. Robert C. Jones, Appointed March 12, 1864. 

2d Lieut. Joseph A. Hill, Appointed March 12! 1864! 

Ben Hill Artillery. See McLeod Artillery. 
Ben Hill Guards. 

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Blackshear's Battery.. (See Company D, Sumter Battalion.) 

Blodget's Flying Artillery. 

Blodget's Volunteers. 

Originally Company I, 3d Infantry. 

Blodget's Battery. (Blodget Flying Artillery, or Blodget's 
Volunteers, afterward Milledge's Battery.) 
Captain Foster Blodget, Jr., Appointed August — , 1861. 
Sr. Lieut. Wm. H. Stallings, Appointed August — , 1861. 
Jr. Lieut. Samuel Moore, Appointed August — , 1861. 
2d Lieut. Augustus Speliers, Appointed August — , 1861. 
2d Lieut. Jas. A. Bennett, Appointed August — , 1861. 

Brooks' Battery. (See Terrell Artillery.) 
Bubtwell's Battery. — Washington Artillery. (Formerly 
Girardey's; after Pritchard's.) 
Captain J. R. B. Burtwell, Appointed April 28, 1862. 

maj. arty., P A. C. S., 
June 23, 1863. 
Lieut. A. Speliers, Appointed April 28, 1862. 

Lieut. Edward E. Pritchard, Appointed April 28, 1862. 
2d Lieut. John Doscher, Appointed April 28, 1862. 

2d Lieut. Robert Wallace, Appointed April 28, 1862. 

Callaway's (Lieutenant M.) Battery.. (Lieutenant Morgan 
Callaway was detached from Company B, Sumter, 
Georgia, Battalion, October 20, 1863, to command the 
Pulaski Artillery.) 

Campbell Siege Artillery. (See C. G. Campbell's Battery.) 
Campbell's (C. C.) Battery.. (See Atlanta Arsenal Battery.) 
Campbell's (C. G.) Battery. (Campbell Siege Artillery.) 

Capt. Charles G. Campbell, Appointed March 21, 1863. 

Lieut. B. F. Powell, Appointed March 21, 1863. 

2d Lieut. J. T. Wimberly, Appointed March 21, 1863. 

2d Lieut. W. C. Subers, Appointed March 21, 1S63. 

2d Lieut. G. W. Pearce, Appointed Dec. 30, 1863. 

Carlton's (Henry H.) Battery. (See Troup Artillery.) 

Chatham Artillery. (Detached from 1st Volunteers.) 

Capt. Joseph S. Claghorn, Appointed August 1, 1861. 
Sr. Lieut. Chas. C. Jones, Jr., Appointed Aug. 1, 1861; 

maj. art'y, P. A. C. S., 

Oct. 7, '62, and It. col. 

art'y, P. A. C. S., Oct. 14, 

'62. 
Jr. Lieut. Julian Hartridge, Appointed August 1, 1861. 

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2d Lieut. Wm. M. Davidson, 
2d Lieut. Bernardino S. 

Sanchez, 
2d Lieut. Thomas A. Askew, 
Lieut. John F. Wheaton, 
2d Lieut. Samuel B. Palmer, 
Capt. John F. Wheaton, 
Lieut. Thomas A. Askew, 
Lieut. Samuel B. Palmer, 
2d Lieut. Geo. A. Whitehead, 



Appointed August 1, 1861. 

Appointed August 1, 1861. 
Appointed March 8, 1862. 
Appointed May 17, 1862. 
Appointed May 17, 1862. 
Appointed Dec. 12, 1862. 
Appointed Dec. 12, 1862. 
Appointed Dec. 12, 1862. 
Appointed Dec. 12, 1862. 
Appointed Dec. 22, 1862. 

- Battal- 



2d Lieut. George N. Hendry, 
Chatham Siege Aktillery. Companies A and B, 

ion. (See S. O. A. and I. G. 0., 1864; not identified.) 
Cherokee Artillery. Originally attached to 3d Infantry Bat- 
talion. 



Capt. James G. Yeiser, 

Sr. Lieut. Max Van 

Den Corput, 
2d Lieut. George W. Bowen, 
2d Lieut. Chas. O. Stillwell, 
Lieut. Meshack L. McWhor- 

ter, 
2d Lieut. William S. Hoge, 
Capt. Max Van Den Corput, 
Lieut. Meshack L. McWhor- 

ter, 
Lieut. William S. Hoge, 
2d Lieut. John E. Stillwell, 
fed Lieut. Wm. A. Russell, 
2d Lieut. William L. Ritter, 



Chestatee Artillery. . Detached 



Appointed June 11, 1861; 
major art'y, P A. C S. 

Appointed June 11, 1861. 
Appointed June 11, 1861. 
Appointed June 11, 1861. 
Appointed April 1, 1862. 

Appointed April 1, 1862. 
Appointed Dec. 31, 1862. 
Appointed Dec. 31, 1862. 



Appointed Dec. 
Appointed Dec. 
Appointed Dec. 



31, 1862. 
31, 1862. 
31, 1862. 



Appointed August 31, 1863. 
Temporarily commanding 

detachment, 
from 38th Georgia Volun- 



teers; ordered to rejoin May 5, 1864. 



Capt. Thomas H. Bomar, 
Sr. Lieut. Truman H. San- 
ford, 
Jr. Lieut. Samuel E. Taylor, 
2d Lieut. John C. Hendrix, 
2d Lieut. William Hendrix, 
2d Lieut. J. F. Pigeon, 
Captain William Hendrix, 
Lieut. S. F. Crane, 



Lieut. J. O. McDaniel, 



Appointed October 13, 1861. 
Appointed October 13, 1861. 

Appointed October 13, 1861. 
Appointed October 13, 1861. 
Appointed April 19, 1862. 
Appointed August 26, 1863. 
Appointed April 30, 1864. 
Appointed April 30, 1864. 

Killed June 1, '64. 
Appointed April 30, 1864. 



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Clinch's Batteiiy. 

Captain N. B. Clinch, 

Lieut. William P Schirm, 

2d Lieut. R. C. Hazzard, 
, L .„ 2d Lieut. T. P. O'Neal, 
Cobb Guaeds. (See Companies G and H, 22d Battalion.) 
Columbus Light Artillery. . Independent. 



Appointed October 31, 18G3. 

Appointed October 31, 18C3. 

Appointed October 31, 18G3. 

Appointed October 31, 1863. 



Captain Edward Croft, 
Lieut. Alfred J. Young, 
Lieut. George B. Young, 
2d Lieut. William G. Croft, 
2d Lieut. Warren J. John 

son, 
2d Lieut. M. D. Hornsby, 
Asst. Surg. T. H. Blount, 

Corput's Battery. (See Cherokee Artillery.) 

Crawford's Battery.. (See Company C, Sumter Battalion.) 

Baniell's Battery. 



Appointed Nov. 27, 1861. 
Appointed Nov. 27, 1861. 
Appointed Dec. 5, 1861. 
Appointed Nov. 27, 1861. 
Appointed Nov. 27, 1861. 

Appointed Sept 1, 1862. 
Appointed October — , 1862. 



Captain Charles Daniell, 
Lieut. John W. Magill, 
2d Lieut. T. F. Daniell, 
2d Lieut. John Y. Fraser, 
2d Lieut. E. M. Weston, 
2d Lieut. W. Barnwell, 

Dawson's (E. G.) Batteey. 

Dawson's (T. H.) Battery 



Appointed Dec. 21, 1868. 
Appointed Dec. 21, 1863. 
Appointed Dec. 21, 1863. 
Appointed Dec. 21, 1868. 
Appointed Feb. 29, 1864. 
Appointed August 31, 1864. 
(See Terrell Artillery.) 



(See Company B, 14th Battalion.) 
Dunn's Battery. Originally Company A, 4th Georgia Battal- 
ion Infantry; afterward Company A, 60th Georgia 
Infantry. 



Capt. Ambrose C. Dunn, 

Lieut. Benson W. Roberts, 

2d Lieut. J. M. Campbell, 

2d Lieut. G. S. Grace, 
Dure's Battery. (See Jackson Artillery.) 
Echols Light Artillery.. Independent. 



Appointed August 26, 1861. 

Appointed August 26, 1861. 

Appointed August 26, 18G1. 

Appointed Augus't 26, 1SG1. 



Captain J. H. Tiller, 
Lieut. W. M. Smith, 
Lieut. J. G. Gibson, 
2d Lieut. D. C. Smith, 
Lieut. Wm. H. Jarrell, 
2d Lieut. James B. Wade, 
2d Lieut. James M. Glenn, 



Appointed March 4, 1862. 
Appointed March 4, 1862. 
Appointed March 4, 1862. 
Appointed March 4, 1862. 
Appointed Dec. 13, 1862. 
Appointed Feb. 21, 186S. 
Appointed April 15, 186$. 



Ells' Battery. (See Macon Light Artillery.) 



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Emmett Rifles.. (See Company F, 22d Battalion— Siege Ar- 
tillery.) 
Etowah Ieon Works Artillery.. (See Fay's Battery, State 

Troops.) 
Fay's Battery.. Etowah Iron Works Artillery, State Troops. 

Captain Calvin Fay, Appointed July 20, 1863. 

Lieut. P. McLane, Appointed July 20, 1863. 

Lieut. J. W. Childs, Appointed July 20, 1863. 

2d Lieut. John Kirk, Jr., Appointed July 20, 1863. 

Forrest Artillery.. Company I, Floyd Legion, State Troops. 

Captain C. O. Stillwell, Appointed August — , 1S63. 

Lieut. C. H. Smith, Appointed August — , 1863. 

Lieut. J. M. Berry, Appointed August — , 1863. 

2d Lieut. Thomas F. Pierce, Appointed August — , 1863. 

2d Lieut. F. M. Ezzell, 
Ninth Battalion. 

Major A. Leyden, 

Surg. Noel d'Alvigny, 



Appointed August 



1863. 



Asst. Surg. Thos. E. Whyte, 
Adjutant George A. Lofton, 
Company A. Leyden Artillery. 
Captain Elias Holcombe, 
Lieut. William Barnes, 

Lieut. Algernon S. Talley, 
2d Lieut. George A. Lofton, 
2d Lieut. Wm. R. McEntire, 
2d Lieut. Benj. F. Wyly, 

Company B. 

Capt. William W Sentell, 
Lieut. Hardy J. Randall, 

Lieut. John Isom, 
2d Lieut. Edward H. Guess, 
2d Lieut. L. F. Heflin, 
2d Lieut. Uriah Owen, 

Company C. 
* Capt. Geo. W Atkinson, 
Lieut. Thomas O. Douglass, 
Lieut. Andrew M. Wolihin, 
2d Lieut. Peter L. Key, 



Appointed Feb. 27, 1862. 
Appointed July 8, 1862, to 

rank from April 25, 1862. 
Appointed April 26, 1864. 
Appointed Sept. — , 1863. 



Appointed Feb. 27, 1862. 
Appointed Feb. 27, 1862; 

captain July 23, 1863. 
Appointed Feb. 27, 1862. 
Appointed Feb. 27, 1862. 
Appointed Feb. 27, 1862. 
Appointed May 1, 1862; 

captain Co. E. 

Appointed March 4, 1862. 
Appointed March 4, 1862; 

captain June 17, 1863. 
Appointed March 4, 1862. 
Appointed March 4, 1862. 
Appointed March 4, 1862. 
Resignation accepted April 

9, 1864. 

Appointed April 1, 1862. 
Appointed April 1, 1862. 
Appointed April 1, 1862. 
Appointed April 1, 1862. 



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Appointed June 20, 1863. 
Appointed June 20, 1863. 
Appointed July 9, 1863. 

Appointed July 9, 1863. 
Appointed January 1, 1864. 

Appointed April 23, 1862. 
Appointed April 23, 1862. 
Appointed April 23, 1862. 
Appointed April 23, 1862. 
Appointed April 23, 1862. 



Capt. Andrew M. Wolihin, 

Lieut. Peter L. Key, 

2d Lieut. Wm. W. Riden- 

hour, 
2d Lieut. Manly W Ford, 
2d Lieut. W. W. Hall, 

Company D. Gwinnett Artillery. 
Capt. Tyler M. Peeples, 
Lieut. Wm. J. Born, 
Lieut. Thos. H. Loveless, 
2d Lieut. John T. Clower, 
2d Lieut. R. C. Montgomery, 
( Company E. 

' Capt. Benjamin F. Wyly, Appointed 

Lieut. Billington W. York, Appointed 
Lieut. William A. Haynes, Appointed 
2d Lieut. Wm. S. Everett, Appointed 
2d Lieut. Francis M. Blount, Appointed 
Capt. Billington W York, Appointed 
Lieut. Wm. S. Everett, Appointed 

2d Lieut. Francis M. Blount, Appointed 
2d Lieut. W R. Jackson, Appointed 

Eleventh Battalion. (See Sumter Battalion.) 

Twelfth Battalion. 

Major Henry D. Capers, 

Major George M. Hanvey, 
Asst. Q.M. G. W. Crane, 
Asst. Q.M. C. W Doughty, 
Asst. Com. Sub. Kerr Boyce, 
Adjutant F. W. Baker, 

Adjutant E. F Clayton, 
A«st. Surg. B. F Rudisill, 
Asst. Surg. C. B. Adams, 
Asst. Surg. S. H. Lamar, 

Company A. 

Capt. J. V H. Allen, 
Lieut. Whitson G. Johnson, 
Lieut. L. A. Picquet, 
2d Lieut. Wilberforce Dan- 
iel, 
2d Lieut. A. W. Blanchard, 



March 15, 
March 15, 
March 15, 
March 15, 
March 15, 
June 20, 
June 20, 



1862. 

1862. 

1862. 

1862. 

1862. 
1863. 
1861. 



June 20, 1863. 
June 20, 1865. 



Appointed May 1, 1862; pro- 
moted It. col. Nov. 6, '62. 

Appointed Nov. 6, 1862. 

Appointed May 1, 1862. 

Appointed August 29, 1862. 

Appointed January 12, 1863. 

Appointed October 13, 1862; 
killed June 4, 1864. 

Appointed July 19, 1864. 

Appointed May 29, 1862. 

Appointed March 1, 1864. 

Appointed May 1, 1864. 

Appointed April 10, 1862. 
Appointed April 10, 1862. 
Appointed April 10, 1862. 
Appointed April 10, 1862. 

Appointed April 10, 1882. 



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Capt. George M. Hanvey, 

Lieut. James W. Anderson, 
Lieut. Andrew P. Brown, 
2d Lieut. Josiah L. Mann, 
2d Lieut. Wm. S. Beadles, 
f!apt. James W. Anderson, 
Lieut. Andrew P. Brown, 

Lieut. Josiah L. Mann, 

2d Lieut. "Wm. S. Beadles, 
2d Lieut. Dayid H. Brooks, 

2d Lieut. T. "W Anderson, 



Appointed May 26, 1862; 

Kennon Artillery. 
Appointed May 26, 1862. 
Appointed May 26, 1862. 
Appointed May 26, 1862. 
Appointed May 26, 1862. 
Appointed Nov. 6, 1862. 
Appointed Not. 6, 1862; 

killed Oct. 27, '63. 
Appointed Nor. 6, 1862; 

killed Sept. 19, '64. 
Appointed Nov. 6, 1862. 
Appointed May 28, 1863; 

killed July 9, 1864. 
Appointed October 26, 1864. 



Company B (previous to October 1, 1862, was designated, ac- 
cording to roster, Company D; Newsome's company 
formed out of it, December 28, 1862.) 



Capt. John W. Rudisill, 
Lieut. John J. Newsome, 
Lieut. H. T. Robson, 
2d Lieut. Geo. W. Peacock, 
2d Lieut. A. T. Sessions, 

2d Lieut. J. K. Kinmon, 



Appointed May 1, 1862. 
Appointed May 1, 1862. 
Appointed May 1, 1862. 
Appointed May 1, 1862. 
Appointed May 1, 1862; 

killed Oct. 19, 1864. 
Appointed January 19, 186$. 



Company C. (Previous to October 1, 1862, was designated 
Company E, Captains Taliaferro's and Hood's com- 
panies formed out of it December 28, 1862.) 



Capt. Samuel H. Crump, 
Lieut. Joseph N. Taliaferro, 
Lieut. George M. Hood, 
2d Lieut. Joshua J. Doughty, 
2d Lieut. A. M. MacMurphy, 

Company D. (Previous to October 1, 1862, according to ros- 
ter, designated as Company C; after December 28 
1862, appears as Company again.) 
Capt. George W. Johnson, Appointed April 9, 1862 



Appointed May 1, 1862. 
Appointed May 1, 1863. 
Appointed May 1, 1862. 
Appointed May 1, 1862. 
Appointed May 1, 1862. 



Lieut. W. B. Wood, 
Lieut. M. L. Braden, 
2d Lieut. S. E. Brown, 
2d Lieut. F. W Baker, 
Lieut. J. T. Willingham, 
Lieut. W. G. Head, 

2d Lieut. W. A. Goza, 



Appointed April 9, 1862 
Appointed April 9, 1862 
Appointed April 9, 1862. 
Appointed April 9, 1862. 
Appointed August 26, 1862 
Appointed August 26, 1862- 
killed October 19, 1864. ' 
Appointed January iggg 



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2d Lieut. W A. Scott, Appointed 

Asst. Surg. C. A. Rutledge, Appointed 

Capt. Joseph N. Taliaferro, Appointed 

Lieut. C. "W Doughty, Appointed 

2d Lieut. Emanuel A. Nehr, Appointed 

2d Lieut. Sam'l Langley, Jr., Appointed 



Feb. — , 1863. 
January 29, 18G3. 
Dec. 23, 1862. 
January 19, 1863. 
January 19, 1863. 
January 19, 1863. 



Company E. (Formed out of Rudisill's company, December 
28, 1862.) 
Capt. John J. Newsome, 
Lieut. George W Peacock, 
2d Lieut. James C. Smith, 
2d Lieut. Benj. S. Boatright, 
Company F. (Formed out of Crump's company, Decamber 
28, 1862.) 



Appointed Dec. 28, 1862. 
Appointed Dec. 28, 1862. 
Appointed January 19, 1863. 
Appointed January 19, 1863. 



Capt. George M. Hood, 
Lieut. Joshua J. Doughty, 
2d Lieut. John B. Alison, 
2d Lieut. Thomas J. Tutt, 

Fourteenth Battalion. Serving 
ion Reserve Artillery, 
Palmer's Battalion in 
Major J. T. Montgomery, 
Major Joseph Palmer, 
Adjutant John H. Cox, 
Capt. and Com. Sub. Chas. 

T. Swift, 
Capt. & A. Q. M. James L. 

Moore, 
Asst. Surg. J. E. McMillan, 
Asst. Surg. Fred. A.Toomer, 
Asst. Surg. W. Reid Hurst, 
Asst. Surg. Wm. H. Baxley, 
Adjutant J. A. Byrd, 
Adjutant Benj. F Cameron, 

Company A. Southern Rights 
Captain Joseph Palmer, 

Lieut. M. W. Havis, 
Lieut. James R. Duncan, 
2d Lieut. C. H. Smith, 
Capt. M. W. Havis, 
Lieut. James R. Duncan, 
Lieut. C. H. Smith, 



Appointed Dec. 31, 1862. 
Appointed Dec. 31, 1862. 
Appointed January 19, 1863. 
Appointed Jan. 19, 1863; 
killed Oct. 19, 1864. 

; with Robertson's 1st Battal- 
Army of Tennessee, in 1863; 
1864; Montgomery Artillery. 

Appointed April 15, 1862. 

Appointed October 12, 1862. 

Appointed October 12, 1862. 

Appointed October 12, 1862. 

Appointed June 7, 1862. 

Appointed June 7, 1862. 
Appointed May 6, 1862. 
Appointed Nov. 1, 1863. 
Appointed Dec. 1, 1863. 
Appointed April 28, 1865. 
Appointed May 12, 1862. 

Battery. 
Appointed April 26, 1862; 

adjutant. 
Appointed April 26, 1862. 
Appointed April 26, 1862. 
Appointed April 26, 1862. 
Appointed October 12, 1862. 
Appointed October 12, 1862. 
Appointed October 12, 1862. 



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2d Lieut. Barnes R. Bice, 
Lieut. Hamblin R. Felder, 

Company B. Pulaski Artillery. 
Capt. Thomas H. Dawson, 
Lieut. R. W. Anderson, 
Lieut. Isaac O. Hall, 
2d Lieut. William Bembry, 
2d Lieut. Henry S. Greaves, 
Captain Sidney A. Moses, 
Capt. R. W. Anderson, 
Lieut. Henry S. Greaves, 
2d Lieut. Willis G. Allen, 
2d Lieut. R. H. Brown, 
2d Lieut. W. E. Hurst, 

Company C. 

Capt. C B. Ferrell, 
Lieut. Wm. C. Henderson, 
Lieut. Sidney A. Moses, 
2d Lieut. James M. Truitt, 
2d Lieut. Benj. T. Cameron, 
Lieut. Nathan Davis, 
2d Lieut. W. H. Ozburn, 
Asst. Surg. W. C. Wheeler, 
2d Lieut. John C. Battle, 

Company D — Mountaineers. 
Capt. E. R. King, 
Lieut. James G. Gibson, 
Lieut. M. W. Thweatt, 
2d Lieut. W. R. Beck, 
2d Lieut. W. B. S. Davis, 
2d Lieut. J. F. Brice, 



Appointed October 12, 1862. 
Appointed June 30, 1863. 

Appointed April 15, 1862. 
Appointed April 15, 1862. 
Appointed April 15, 1862. 
Appointed April 15, 1862. 
Appointed April 26, 1862. 
Appointed March 1, 1863. 
Appointed October 15, 1863. 
Appointed October 15, 1863. 
Appointed Nov. 2, 1863. 
Appointed Dec. 27, 1863. 
Attached Dec. 31, 1863. 

Appointed May 6, 1862. 
Appointed May 6, 1862. 
Appointed May 6, 1862. 
Appointed May 6, 1862. 
Appointed May 6, 1862. 
Appointed Nov. 22, 1863. 
Appointed Nov. 22, 1863. 
Appointed Dec. 5, 1863. 
Appointed Dec. — , 1864. 

Appointed April 21, 1862. 
Appointed April 21, 1862. 
Appointed April 21, 1862. 
Appointed April 21, 1862. 
Appointed April 21, 1862. 
Appointed October 6, 1862. 



Company E. (Clarke County Light Artillery; Arkansas Com- 
pany, temporarily attached. ( See Franklin Roberts' 
(Ark.) Battery.) 

Company F. Consolidated with Company D, December 5, 
1862. 



Capt. James G. Gibson, 
Lieut. Henry S. Greaves, 
2d Lieut. Wm. E. Hurst, 
2d Lieut. B. W. Roberts, 



Appointed October 7, 1862. 
Appointed October 7, 1862. 
Appointed October 7, 1862. 
Appointed October 7, 1862. 



Company G. Stonewall Battery. Temporarily consolidated 
with Dawson's Battery March 1, 1863. 
Capt. Sidney A. Moses, Appointed October 4, 1862. 

Lieut. H. R. Felder, Appointed October 4, 1862. 



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Lieut. S. J. Howard, Appointed October 4, 1862. 

Lieut. R. W. Anderson, Appointed Dec. 31, 1862. 

2d Lieut. William Bembry, Appointed Dec. 31, 1862. 
Twenty-second Battalion. Siege Artillery 



Lieut. Col. Wm. R. Pritch- 

ard, 
Major John B. Gallie, 

Major Mark J. McMullan, 

Asst. Q. M. Edmund J. Daw- 
son, 

Asst. Q. M. Henry K. Wash- 
burn, 

Adjutant John J. Symons, 



Appointed October 13, 1862. 

Appointed October 29, 1862; 

killed February 1, 1863. 
Appointed Feb. 6, 1863. 
Appointed Nov. 28, 1862. 

Appointed Dec. 20, 1863. 



Appointed Nov. 28, 1862; 
killed Feb. 18, 1863. 
Adjutant Henry R. Symons, Appointed Feb. 22, 1863. 



Surgeon Joseph J. West, 
Company A. Bartow Artillery. 
Capt. T. D. Bertody, 



Appointed 



1863. 



Lieut. A. B. Clarke, 
2d Lieut. J. M. Campbell, 
2d Lieut. G. S. Grace, 
2d Lieut. George R. Niles, 
2d Lieut. C. C. Campbell, 
Capt. J. M. Campbell, 
Lieut. George R. Niles, 
2d Lieut. C. C. Campbell, 
2d Lieut. J. S. Knott, 
Capt. George R. Niles, 
Lieut. C. C. Campbell, 
2d Lieut. J. S. Knott, 
2d Lieut. E. P. Halsted, 
Company B. Wise Guards, 
fantry. 
Capt. Mark J. McMullan, 
Lieut. T. W. Montfort, 
2d Lieut. J. D. N. Sutton, 
2d Lieut. John H. Blow, 
Lieut. D. A. Smith, 
2d Lieut. James W. Holt, 
Captain D. A. Smith, 
Lieut. John H. Blow, 
2d Lieut. James W. Holt, 



Appointed Dec. 10, 1861; 

promoted maj. art'y, P. A. 

C. S., April 25, 1865. 
Appointed Dec. 10, 1861. 
Appointed Dec. 10, 1861. 
Appointed Dec. 10, 1861. 
Appointed Dec. 31, 1861. 
Appointed Feb. 13, 1863. 
Appointed March 25, 1863. 
Appointed March 25, 1863. 
Appointed March 25, 1863. 
Appointed May 18, 1863. 
Appointed Feb. — , 1864. 
Appointed Feb. — , 1864. 
Appointed Feb. — , 1864. 
Appointed Feb. — , 1864. 

Originally Co. K, 25th Ga. In- 
Appointed Sept. 2, 1861. 
Appointed Sept. 2, 1861. 
Appointed Sept. 2, 1861. 
Appointed Sept. 2, 1861. 
Appointed October 1, 1862. 
Appointed October 1, 1862. 
Appointed Feb. 6, 1863. 
Appointed Feb. 6, 1863. 
Appointed Feb. 6, 1863. 



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Appointed March 27, 1863. 
Appointed July 11, 1863. 
Appointed October 14, 18G3. 
Appointed Nov. 25, 1863. 
Appointed Dec. 22, 1863. 
Company C. Originally Co. A, Oglethorpe Siege Artillery 
Battalion. 



2d Lieut. H. F. Tarrer, 
2d Lieut. Wm. S. Williams, 
2d Lieut. James L. Milton, 
2d Lieut. Julius Turner, 
2d Lieut. John B. Mathis. 



Capt. John Lama, 
Lieut. Algernon S. Hart- 
ridge, 
2d Lieut. Joseph A. Beals, 
2d Lieut. Thomas W. Neely, 
2d Lieut. Frederick Dietz, 
2d Lieut. Alex. Campbell, 
Capt. Joseph A. Beals, 
Lieut. Frederick Dietz, 



Appointed May 14, 1862. 
Appointed May 14, 1862. 

Appointed May 14, 1862. 
Appointed May 14, 1862. 
Appointed July 1, 1862. 
Appointed Feb. 28, 1863. 
Appointed October 31, 1863. 
Appointed October 31, 1863. 



2d Lieut. Alexander Camp- Appointed October 31, 1863. 
bell, 



2d Lieut. Joseph Coupe, 
2d Lieut. Milton C. Wade, 
Company D. Originally Co. 
Battalion. 
Capt. R. J. Nunn, 
Lieut. James Manning, 
Lieut. Joseph T. Steele, 
2d Lieut. O. S. Perry, 
2d Lieut. Dudley Kelly, 
Capt. James Manning, 
Lieut. O. S. Perry, 
2d Lieut. Dudley Kelly, 
2d Lieut. Martin Helmkin, 



Appointed October 31, 1863. 
Appointed March 1, 1864. 
B, Oglethorpe Siege Artillery 

Appointed July 29, 1862. 
Appointed July 29, 1862. 
Appointed July 29, 1862. 
Appointed July 29, 1862. 
Appointed Jan. 10, 1863. 
Appointed April 3, 1863. 
Appointed April 3, 1863. 
Appointed April 3, 1863. 
Appointed April 11, 1863. 



Company B. Montgomery Guards. Originally Capt. Law- 
rence J. Guilmartin's Infantry company attached to 
1st Vol. Ga. Infantry. 
Capt. Christopher Hussey, Appointed October 9, 1862. 
Lieut. Thomas Houlihan, Appointed October 9, 1862. 

2d Lieut. Christopher, Mur- Appointed October 9, 1862. 

phy, 
2d Lieut. Maurice Crowley, Appointed October 9, 1862. 
2d Lieut. B. M. Neely, Appointed Jan. 1, 1864. 

2d Lieut. J. E. Holmes, Appointed August 16, 1864. 

Company F. Emmett Rifles. Originally attached to 1st Vol. 
Regiment Georgia Infantry. 
Capt. A. Bonaud, Appointed Feb. 6, 1862. 

Lieut. W E. Long, Jr., Appointed Feb. 6, 1862. 

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2d Lieut. G. W. Dickerson, 
2d Lieut. W S. Rockwell, Jr., 
Capt. George A. Nicoll, 
Lieut. G. W. Dickerson, 
Lieut. W. S. Rockwell, Jr., 
2d Lieut. Daniel Quinn, 
2d Lieut. Edgar M. McDon- 
nell, 

ompany G. Cobb Guards. Co. A; temporarily attached Sep- 
tember 19, 1863. 
Capt. Francis T. Cullens, 
Lieut. Alex. R. Baugh, 
2d Lieut. John L. Yarbor- 

ough, 
2d Lieut. Burrell Taylor, 

Company H. Cobb Guards, (Co. B.), temporarily attached 
Sept. 19, 1863.) 
Capt. Rich'rd A. Turnipseed, 
Lieut. John C. Wells, 
2d Lieut. Wm. J. Weems, 
2d Lieut. Rufus M. Johnson, 
2d Lieut. Benj. F. McCarty, 



Appointed Feb. 6, 1862. 
Appointed Feb. 6, 1862. 
Appointed October 31, 1862. 
Appointed October 31, 1862. 
Appointed October 31, 1862. 
Appointed October 31, 1862. 
Appointed Dec. 31, 1862. 



Appointed Sept. 19, 1863. 
Appointed Sept. 19, 1863. 

Appointed Sept. 19, 1863. 
Appointed Sept. 24, 1863. 



Appointed Sept. 19, 1863. 
Appointed Sept. 19, 1863. 
Appointed Sept. 19, 1863. 
Appointed Sept. 19, 1863. 
Appointed April 12, 1864. 



weXty-eighth Battalion. Organized as Siege Artillery; af- 
ter January, 1864, serving as infantry. 



Major A. Bonaud, 
Adjutant Robert Knox, 

Adjutant W. C. Riesberg, 
Asst. Q.M. W. E. Long, Jr., 
Asst. Surg. E. Tison, 
Asst. Surg. R. J. Perry, 

Company A. 

Capt. Joseph A. Cotten, 
Lieut. George C. Beale, 
2d Lieut. Julius Gardner, 
2d Lieut. W. F. Mason, 
2d Lieut. W. J. Largen, 

Company B. 

Capt. D. B. Fickling, 
Lieut. T. J. Key, 
2d Lieut. H. W. Stevens, 
2d Lieut. A. B. Stroud, 
2d Lieut. F. J. Abbott, 
2d Lieut. L. G. Davis, 
2d Lieut. Wm. Warlick, 



Appointed August 6, 1863. 
Appointed August 6, 18G3; 

killed July 9, 1864. 
Appointed July 22, 1864. 
Appointed August 6, 1863. 
Appointed Nov. 10, 1863. 
Appointed Nov. 14, 1864. 

Appointed July 15, 1863. 
Appointed July 15, 1863. 
Appointed July 15, 1863. 
Appointed July 15, 1863. 
Appointed Dec. 5, 1863. 

Appointed August 1, 1863. 
Appointed August 1, 1863. 
Appointed August 1, 1863. 
Appointed August 1, 1863. 
Appointed May 30, 1864. 
Appointed Nov. 1, 1864. 
Appointed Nov. 19, 1864. 



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Company C. 

Capt. Chas. P. Crawford, 
Lieut. Julien Ransone, 
Lieut. Thomas M. Allen, 
2d Lieut. Burrell J. Ken- 
drick, 

Company D. 

Capt. Jordan Wilcher, 
Lieut. Thaddeus Oliver, 



2d Lieut. James W. Hall, 
2d Lieut. H. H. Hunter, 
2d Lieut. John H. Blow, 

Company E. 

Capt. Malcolm T. McGregor, 



Appointed August 5, 1863. 
Appointed August 5, 1863. 
Appointed August 5, 1863. 
.Appointed August 5, 1863. 



Appointed August 6, 1863. 

Appointed August 6, 1863; 
died Aug. 20, 1864, ot 
wounds received in battle. 

Appointed August 6, 1863. 

Appointed August 6, 1863. 

Appointed July 27, 1864. 

Appointed August 20, 1863; 

maj. art'y, P. A. C. S, 

March 1, 1865. 
Appointed August 20, 1863. 
Appointed August 20, 1863. 
Appointed August 20, 



Appointed Sept. 4, 1863. 
Appointed Sept. 4, 1863. 
Appointed Sept. 4, 1863. 
Appointed Sept. 4, 1863; 

killed at Chickamauga. 
Appointed April 7, 1864. 



Lieut. James A. McGregor, 
2d Lieut. Jno. W. Johnston, 
2d Lieut. "Willis Newton, 

Company F. 

Captain James R. Blount, 
Lieut. J. T. Price, 
2d Lieut. W. J. Tooke, 
2d Lieut. Thomas Ribero, 

2d Lieut. W. H. Hicks, 

Company G. Yancy Siege Artillery. 

Capt. John D. Godwin, Appointed Sept. 14, 1863. 

Lieut. Cader Pierce, Appointed Sept. 14, 1863. 

2d Lieut. W. B. Whithurst, Appointed Sept. 14, 1863. 
2d Lieut. Jas. W. Lawrence, Appointed Sept. 14, 1863. 

Company H. Formerly Co. C, 20th Ala. Battalion Artillery. 

Capt. Thomas J. Key, Appointed Jan. 1, 1864. 

Lieut. Wm. A. Farley, Appointed Jan. 1, 1864. 

2d Lieut. W. T. Black, Appointed Jan. 1, 1864. 

2d Lieut. L. F. McCoy, Appointed Jan. 1, 1864. 

Company I. 

Capt. B. F. Bishop, 

Ljeut. W A. Ragsdale, 
"4Sd) Lieut. Robert C. Irwin, 

2d Lieut. John T. Walton, 



Appointed April 16, 1863. 
Appointed April 16, 1863. 
Appointed April 16, 1863. 
Appointed Nov. 6, 1863. 



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Appointed Nov. 2, 1863. 
Appointed Nov. 2, 1863. 
Appointed Nov. 2, 1863. 
Appointed Nov. 2, 1863. 



Jompany K. Mercer Artillery. 
Capt. A. J. Macarthy, 
Lieut. John W. Flint, 
2d Lieut. A. N. Hines, 
2d Lieut. A. K. Jennings, 

orgia Light Artillery. State Troops. Disbanded May 30. 

1862. No rolls on file. 
Capt. Horatio N. Hollifleld, Promoted surgeon. 
orgia Regulars. Co. A, 1st Regulars. (See S. P Hamilton's 

Battery, Co. D, 1st Regulars; see Jacob Read's and 

J. A. Maxwell's Batteries.) 

json's (O. C.) Battery. (See Griffin Light Artillery.) 
{aedey's (Isadore P.) Battery. (See Washington Artillery.) 
[ffin Light Artillery. Also called Church Bell Artillery. 

Capt. Obadiah C. Gibson, Appointed May 7, 1862. 

Lieut. John Scogin, Appointed May 7, 1862. 

Lieut. Hardy C. Fryer, Appointed May 7, 1862. 

2d Lieut. Robert J. Powell, Appointed May 7, 1862. 



Capt. John Scogin, 
Lieut. Robert J. Powell, 
2d Lieut. Wm. E. Lyons, 
2d Lieut. Geo. M. Rockwell, 
2d Lieut. Joshua J. Head, 
erard's Battery. 
Capt. John M. Guerard, 
Lieut. John A. McManus, 
Lieut. Wm. Robt. Gignilliat, 
Lieut. John B. Lewis, 
Lieut. Wm. E. Guerard, 



Appointed Sept. — , 1862. 
Appointed Sept. — , 1862. 
Appointed Sept. — , 1862. 
Appointed Dec. — , 1862. 
Appointed October 7, 1S63. 

Appointed Sept. 8, 1863. 
Appointed Sept. 8, 1863. 
Appointed Sept. 8, 1863. 
Appointed October 16, 1863 
Appointed March 16, 1864. 

riNNETT Artillery. (See Company D, 9th Battalion.) 
miltox's (S. P.) Battery. Company A, 1st Georgia Regu- 
lars. Organized as artillery July 24, 1861; dis- 
banded July 15, 1862, and men transferred to 1st 
Georgia Regulars. 

Appointed July 24, 1861; 
promoted maj. art'y July 
14, 1862. 
Appointed July 24, 1861. 
Appointed July 24, 1861. 
Appointed August 16, 1861; 
by transfer; major artil- 
lery, April 4, 1863, and 
lieutenant colonel artil- 
lery, March 1, 1S65. 



Captain S. P. Hamilton, 



Lieut. Robert A. Crawford, 
Lieut. Thomas A. Maddox, 
2d Lieut. John Lane, 



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Lieut. Edmund Taylor, 
Lieut. J. Floyd King, 



2d Lieut. William A. Deas, 
2d Lieut. Frank Steiner, 

Havis Battery. 

Hill's Battery, 



Appointed Nov. — , 1861; 

temporarily assigned. Ma], 
Appointed Nov. — , 1861; 

temporarily assigned maj. 

arty., July 22, '62; and 

lieutenant colonel arty, 

Sept. 3. 1863. 
Appointed Feb. 9, 1862. 
Appointed Feb. 9, 1862. 
(See Company A, 14th Battalion.) 
-Capt. A. A. Franklin Hill, commanding bat- 



tery April 8, 1861; afterwards captain of compa- 
nies A and M, 1st Georgia Regulars, and major ol 
same regiment. 
Howell's Battery. (Formerly R. Martin's Battery.) 



Capt. Evan P. Howell, 
Lieut. W. G. Robson, 
2d Lieut. T. J. Gilmore, 
2d Lieut. R. T. Gibson, 

Hudson's (J. H.) Battery. 

Hurt Light Artillery. 

Lieut. Joseph A. Alexander, 

Jackson Artillery. 

Capt. George A. Dure, 

Lieut. Ebenezer C. Grier, 

Lieut. Chas. F. Stubbs, 

2d Lieut. T. L. Massenburg, 

Lieut. J. F. Greer, 

2d Lieut. J. A. Holtzclaw, 

Capt. Thos. L. Massenburg, 

Lieut. J. F. Greer, 

2d Lieut. J. A. Holtzclaw, 

2d Lieut. George B. Foster, 

2d Lieut. R. G. Burgess, 



Appointed Sept. 7, 1863. 
Appointed Sept. 7, 1863. 
Appointed Sept. 7, 1863. 
Appointed Sept. 7, 1863. 
(See Atlanta Arsenal Battery.) 



Appointed Sept. 18, 1861. 
Appointed Sept. 18, 1861. 
Appointed Sept. 18, 1861. 
Appointed Sept. 18, 1861. 
Appointed May 17, 1862. 
Appointed May 17, 1862. 
Appointed Feb. 21, 1863. 
Appointed Feb. 21, 1863. 
Appointed Feb. 21, 1863. 
Appointed Feb. 21, 1863; 

killed at Mission'ry Ridge. 
Appointed July 17, 1863; 

killed Aug. 12, 1864. 

Jo. Thompson Artillery. Originally Company M, 38th Geor- 



gia Infantry. 
Capt. Lewis J. Parr, 
Lieut. C. R. Hanleiter, 
2d Lieut. Elijah J. Craven, 
2d Lieut. Wm. P. McDaniel, 
Capt. Cornelius R. Hanleiter, 
Lieut. Elijah J. Craven, 



Appointed Sept. 26, 1861. 
Appointed Sept. 26, 1861. 
Appointed Sept. 26, 1861. 
Appointed Sept. 26, 1861. 
Appointed October 25, 1861. 
Appointed October 25, 1861. 



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Lieut. Wm. P. McDaniel, Appointed October 25, 1861. 

Lieiit. Augustus Shaw, Appointed October 25, 1861. 

Lieut. Wm. R. Hanleiter, Appointed Nov. 19, 1862. 

2d Lieut. Thos. A. Kenady, Appointed Dec. 5, 186^. 
2d Lieut. James T. Peacock, Appointed Feb. 21, 1863. 
Surgeon J. H. Houston, Appointed March 16, 1863. 

oia's Battery. (See Company A, Oglethorpe Siege Artillery 
Battalion; also Company C, 22d Georgia Battalion.) 
4.ne's Battery. (See Company C, Sumter Battalion.) 
itham's Battery. State Troops; at Columbus, Ga., Decem- 
ber — , 1863. 
Captain Woodville Latham, appointed. 

eyden Artillery. (See Company A, 9th Battalion.) 

jmpkin's Battery. 

Capt. E. P. Lumpkin, Appointed Feb. 1, 1864. 

Lieut. W C. Wier, Appointed Feb. 1, 1864. 

Lieut. W H. Morton, Appointed Feb. 1, 1864. 

Lieut. S. W. Prewit, Appointed Feb. 1, 1864. 

2d Lieut. A. G. Turner, Appointed Feb. 1, 1864. 

cLeod Artillery. Originally Company C, 38th Infantry 
(Wright's Legion); afterward Ben Hill Artillery, 
which was permanently detached from 38th Geor 
gia Infantry, May 5, 1864. 
Capt. Wm. L. McLeod, Appointed October 1, 1861. 

Lieut. Miller A. Wright, Appointed October 1, 1861. 

2d Lieut. John A. William- 
son, Appointed October 1, 1861. 
2d Lieut. Jacob P Pugsley, Appointed October 1, 1861. 
2d Lieut. John B. Higdon, Appointed October 31, 1862; 

captain October 31, 1863. 
2d Lieut. Benj. T. Morris, Appointed August 31, 1863. 
acon Light Artillery. Formerly Napier Artillery. 
Capt. H. N. Ells, Appointed May 3, 1862. 

Lieut. W. F. Anderson, Appointed May 3, 1862. 

Lieut. H. A. Troutman, Appointed May 3, 1862. 

2d Lieut. C. W. Slaten, Appointed May 3, 1862. 

2d Lieut. F. M. Folds, Appointed May 3, 1862. 

Capt. C. W. Slaten, Appointed June 6, 1863. 

Lieut. F M. Folds, Appointed June 6, 1863. 

Lieut. H. M. Varner, Appointed June 6, 1863. 

artix Light Artillery. (See Robert Martin's Battery.) 
artin's Battery. Martin Light Artillery; after Howell's. 
Capt. Robert Martin, Appointed May 10, 1862; 

major art'y, Sept. 7, 1863. 
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Lieut. Evan P. Howell, 

Lieut. W. G. Robson, 
2d Lieut. U. M. Erwin, 
2d Lieut. R. H. Bland, 
2d Lieut. T. J. Gilmore, 
2d Lieut. R. T. Gibson, 



Appointed May 10, 1862; 

captain. 
Appointed May 10, 1862. 
Appointed May 10, 1862. 
Appointed May 10, 1862. 
Appointed August, 1863. 
Appointed August, 1863. 



Maxwell Artillery. Company D, 1st Georgia Regulars; for- 
merly J. Read's Battalion; after Guerard's Battal- 
ion, February 28, 1863. 



Capt. J. A. Maxwell, 
Lieut. J. M. Guerard, 

Lieut. .L A. Huggr, 
2d Lieut. C. B. Richardson, 
2d Lieut. John B. Elliott, 
Asst. Surg. H. H. Harley, 



Appointed Feb. 28, 1863. 
Appointed Feb. 28, 1863; 

captain. 
Appointed Feb. 28, 1863. 
Appointed June 30, 1863. 
Appointed June 30, 1863. 
Appointed June 30, 1863. 



Meecee Aetilleey. (See Company K, 28th Battalion.) 
Milledge Aetillery. Pendleton Light Artillery; formerly 
Blodget's Battery. One section of Blackshear's Bat- 
tery assigned October 4, 1862. 
Capt. John Milledge, Jr., Appointed May — , 1862. 

Lieut. John T. Rodgers, Appointed May — , 1862. 

Lieut. Hardy H. Fulghum, Appointed May — , 1862. 



2d Lieut. Jesse Thompson, 
Lieut. Thos. A. Maddox, 
2fl Lieut. Robert Falligant, 



Appointed May — , 1862. 
Appointed October 4, 1862. 
Appointed October 4, 1862. 



Milledge's Battery. (See Milledge's Artillery.) 

Montgomery Artillery. (See 14th Battalion.) 

Montgomery Guards. (See Company E, 22d Battalion; origi 
nally Guilmartin's Infantry company, attached to 
1st Vol. Ga. Regiment.) 

Moses' Battery. (See Company G, 14th Battalion. Tempora 

rily consolidated with Company B, March 1, 1863.) 
Mountaineers.. (See Company D, 14th Battalion.) 
Napier Artillery. (Afterward Macon Light Artillery.) 

Capt. Leroy Napier, Jr., Appointed Jan. 1, 1862; lt- 

col. 8th Ga. Batt. Inf.; 1st 

lieut. of art'y, June 6, 1861. 

Lieut. H. N. Ells, v Appointed Jan. 1, 1862; 

capt. Macon Light Art'y. 
Newnan Artillery. Hanvey's Battery. (See Company A, 
12th Battalion.) 



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tnn's Battery. (See Company B, Oglethorpe Siege Artil- 
lery; also Company D, 22d Battalion.) 

lethorpe Artillery. Company — , 8th Georgia Volunteers, 
as given in local designation. (Not to be included 
in artillery organization.) 

lethorpe Light Artillery. Company A, 63d Georgia Infan- 
try, as given in local designation. (Not to be in- 
cluded in artillery organization.) 
lethorpe Siege Artillery Battalion. 
Company A — (See Company C, 22d Battalion.) 
Company B — (See G. F. Oliver's Battery; see also Company 

D, 22d Battalion.) 
rvER's Battery. Company B, Oglethorpe Siege Artillery Bat- 
talion; afterward Nunn's Battery. 
Capt. G. F. Oliver, Appointed May 22, 1862. 

Lieut. R. J. Nunn, Appointed May 22, 1862. 

Lieut. James Manning, Appointed May 22, 1862. 

2d Lieut. Joseph T. Steele, Appointed May 22, 1862. 
tterson's (G. M.) Battery. (See Company B, Sumter Bat- 
talion.) 
eples Battery. (See Gwinnett Artlilery, Co. D, 9th Bat- 
talion.) 
cce's (J. V.) Battery. (See Company B, Sumter Battalion.) 
[tchard's Battery. Formerly Burtwell's and Girardey's. 
Capt. Edward E. Pritchard, Appointed August 25, 1862. 
Lieut. Robert Wallace, Appointed August 25, 1862. 

Lieut. John Doscher, Appointed August 25, 1862. 

2d Lieut. James M. Roberts, Appointed August 25, 1862. 
2d Lieut. Rich'd Summerall, Appointed April 21, 1863. 
laski Artillery. Also called Pulaski Guards. Originally 
Company K, 10th Georgia Infantry. Temporarily 
attached to 1st Virginia Artillery. 
Capt. John P. W. Read, Appointed June 18, 1861; 

maj. art'y April 4, 1863; 
It.-col. art'y, Nov. 5, 1864. 
Lieut. John M. Millen, Appointed June 18, 1861. 

2d Lieut. Geo. H. Cheever, Appointed June 18, 1861. 
2d Lieut. John C. Fraser, Appointed June 18, 1862; 

captain March 2, 1863. 
2d Lieut. Sam'l B. Parkman, Appointed Dec. 31, 1861; 

killed Sept. 17, 1862. 
2d Lieut. Wm. J. Furlong, Appointed June 1, 1862. 
2d Lieut. Frederick A. Hab- Appointed Feb. 7, 1S63. 
ersham, 

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2d Lieut. R. H. Couper, Appointed April — , 1863. 

Lieut. Morgan Callaway, Appointed October 20, 1863; 

commanding. 
2d Lieut. Hugh Young, Appointed July 30, 1864. 

Read's Battery. Company D, 1st Georgia Regulars, appears 
organized as artillery November, 1861; after Mai- 
well's Battery. 
Capt. Jacob Read, Appointed Nov. 1, 1861. 

Lieut. A. B. Montgomery, Appointed Nov. 1, 1861. 
2d Lieut. J. A. Maxwell, Appointed Nov. 1, 1861. 

2d Lieut. John M. Guerard, Appointed Nov. 1, 1861; 

promoted captain art'y. 
2d Lieut. H. Bechter, Appointed July 1, 1862. 

2d Lieut. Jos. A. Huger, Jr., Appointed July 6, 1862. 
Asst. Surg. W. K. Fort, Appointed July 11, 1862. 

Capt. J. A. Maxwell, Appointed Feb. 1, 1863. 

Lieut. John M. Guerard, Appointed Feb. 1, 1863. 

Lieut. Jos. A. Huger, Jr., Appointed Feb. 1, 1863. 

2d Lieut. C. B. Richardson, Appointed May 20, 1863. 
2d Lieut. John B. Elliott, Appointed May 23, 1863. 
Asst. Surg. H. H. Harley, Appointed May 31, 1863. 

Read's (J. P. W.) Battery. (See Pulaski Artillery). Originally 
Company K, 10th Georgia Infantry. (Attached as 
Company K or L to 1st Virginia Artillery.) 
Rice's (J. V.) Battery. (See Company B, Sumter Battalion.) 
Regular Light Battery. (See Maxwell's Artillery.) 
Reserve Chatham Artillery. 

Ritter's (W. L.) Battery. (See Stephens Light Artillery, Ga. 
"Volunteers.) 

Capt. W. L. Ritter, Appointed Dec. 16, 1864. 

Ross' (H. M.) Battery. (See Company A, Sumter Battalion.) 
Savannah Artillery. Originally attached to 1st Vol. Reg. Ga. 
Infantry. 

Capt. John B. Gallie, Appointed May 31, 1861. 

Lieut. Claudius C. Wilson, Appointed May 31, 1861. 

Lieut. John Lama, Appointed May 31, 1861. 

2d Lieut. Geo. L. Cope, Appointed May 31, 1861. 

Southern Rights Battery. (See Company A, 14th Battalion.) 

Stanley's (M.) Battery. (See Troup Artillery.) 

Stephens' Light Artillery. 

NOTE. — Prior to November 13, 1S63, this command constituted 
the 3d Maryland Battery. 

Stonewall Battery. (See Company G, 14th Battalion.) 

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[jmteb Battalion. (Eleventh Battalion.) 



Major Allen S. Cutts, 



Major John Lane, 



Surgeon W. A. Greene, 
Surgeon Henry F. Andrews, 
Asst. Surg. John W. Hill, 
Asst.Surg. Jas. B. Gilkeson, 
Chaplain Joseph S. Brown, 
Chaplain W. M. Davis, 
Asst. Com. Sub. Frank Ar- 
nold, 
Asst. Q.M. T. H. Johnston, 
Asst. Q.M. Wm. E. Duncan, 
Asst. Q.M. Jas. M. Goodman, 
Asst. Q.M. J. B. Jett, 
Adjutant F. M. Coker, 
Adj. Malcolm B. Council, 
Ordnance Officer Joseph T. 
Allyn, 

ompany A. Formerly Cutts' Battery, 
lery. 
Capt. Hugh M. Ross, 



Appointed May 22, 1862; 

lieut.-col. art'y, May 26, 

1862; col. art'y, April 22, 

1864. 
Appointed March 2, 1863; 

major art'y, April 4, 1863; 

lieut.-colonel art'y, March 

1, 1865. 
Appointed June 12, 1862. 
Appointed October — , 1864. 
Appointed June 27, 1862. 
Appointed April 21, 1863. 
Appointed Sept. 30, 1862. 
Appointed Dec. 12, 1863. 
Appointed August 11, 1862. 



Appointed May 22, 1862. 
Appointed October 31, 1863. 
Appointed Nov. 14, 1863. 
Appointed Sept. 3, 1864. 
Appointed July 19, 1862. 
Appointed June 9, 1863. 
Appointed October 31, 1863. 



Sumter Flying Artll- 



Lieut. Lucius G. Rees, 
Lieut. Bryan James, 
2d Lieut. L. E. Spivey, 
2d Lieut. Eli K. Bozeman, 

2d Lieut. H. D. Randall, 
2d Lieut. Thos. S. Greene, 



Appointed May 23, 1862. 

maj. arty March 1, 1865. 
Appointed May 23, 1862. 
Appointed May 23, 1862. 
Appointed May 23, 1862. 
Appointed May 23, 1862; 

captain Feb. 8, 1865. 
Appointed Sept. 8, 1864. 
Appointed Nov. 25, 1864. 



Compant B. Consolidated with Company C, July 19, 1862. 



Capt. John V. Price, 
Lieut. F. M. Coker, 
Lieut. J. H. P. Murray. 
2d Lieut. Geo. M. Patterson, 
2d Lieut. Micajah J. Harper, 
Capt. Geo. M. Patterson, 
Lieut. Morgan Callaway, 
Lieut. Zadok Jackson, 



Appointed April 16, 1862. 
Appointed April 16, 1862. 
Appointed April 16, 1862. 
Appointed April 16, 1862. 
Appointed April 16, 1862. 
Appointed July 21, 1862. 
Appointed July 21, 1862. 
Appointed July 21, 1862. 



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2nd Lieut. John P. Duncan, Appointed July 21, 1862. 
2d Lieut. Micajah J. Harper, Appointed July 21, 1862. 
2d Lieut. J. H. Pullen, Appointed Sept. 17, 1864. 

2d Lieut. H. H. Harvay, Appointed October 30, 18f 

Company C. Conscii.laied with Company B, July 19, 1862. 



Appointed April 16, 1862. 

Appointed April 16, 1862. 

Appointed April 16, 1862. 

Appointed April 16, 1862. 

Appointed April 16, 1862. 
D. Disbanded October 4, 1862, and men assigned! 
Ross', Lane's and Patterson's companies. 



Capt. C. P. Crawford, 
Lieut. J. M. R. Westbrook, 
Lieut. W. L. Mann, 
2d Lieut. Zadok Jackson, 
2d Lieut. J. H. Bailey, 
Company 



Capt. Jas. Ap. Blackshear, 
Lieut. J. W. Walker, 
Lieut. Malcolm B. Council, 



Appointed May 15, 1861 

conscript service. 
Appointed May 15, 1862 

died July 2, 1862. 
Appointed May 15, 1862; ai 

jutant. 
Appointed May 15, 1862. 
Appointed May 15, 1862. 
Appointed August 
Appointed August 
Appointed October 

A, 9th Georgia 



15, 186! 
15, 186! 
— , 186! 
Infantn 



2d Lieut. J. L. Wilson, 

2d Lieut. W. T. Sadler, 

Lieut. J. M. R. Westbrook, 

2d Lieut. E. H. Winn, 

Lieut. Thomas A. TVTaddox, 
Company E. Originally Company 
Irwin Artillery. 

Capt. John Lane, 

Lieut. John T. Wingfleld, 

Lieut. Thos. P. Furgerson, 

2d Lieut. Frank Arnold, 

2d Lieut. Felix T. Griffin, 

2d Lieut. Jos. W. Barnett, 

2d Lieut. G. Andrews, 

Capt. John T. Wingfleld, 

Lieut. Frank Arnold, 

Lieut. Felix T. Griffin, 

2d Lieut. Jos. W. Barnett, 

2d Lieut. Chas. E. Irwin, 

2d Lieut. R. A. Harris, 
Sumtee Flying Aetilleey. Afterward Ross' Battery, Compai 
A, Sumter (11th) Battalion. 

Appointed July 15, 1861. 



Appointed Dec. 13, 1861. 
Appointed Dec. 13, 1861. 
Appointed Dec. 13, 1861. 
Appointed Dec. 13, 1861. 
Appointed Dec. 13, 1861. 
Appointed May 1, 1862. 
Appointed October 1, 186 



Appointed March 
Appointed March 
Appointed March 
Appointed March 
Appointed March 



1863. 
1863. 



2, 1863. 



Appointed Sept. 20, 



1863. 
1863. 
1864. 



Capt. Allen S. Cutts, 
Lieut. Hugh M. Ross, 
Lieut. George F. Smith, 
2d Lieut. Samuel Heys, 
Asst. Surg. Bedford J. Head, 



Appointed July 15, 1861. 
Appointed July 15, 1861. 
Appointed July 15, 1861. 
Appointed July 15, 1861. 



GS 



Lieut. Bryan James, 
Lieut. L. B. Spivey, 
2d Lieut. Lucius G. Rees, 
:rkeix Light Artillery. 
Capt. Edgar G. Dawson, 

Lieut. John W. Brooks, 
Lieut. Chas. Wright, 
2d Lieut. Thos. M. Barnard, 
2d Lieut. John B. Pouncey, 
2d Lieut. D. M. Gurley, 
2d Lieut. B. W. Stoker, 



Appointed Nov. 1, 1861. 
Appointed Nov. 1, 1861. 
Appointed Jan. 1, 1862. 

Appointed Sept. 27, 1861; 

maj. art'y April 25, 1863. 
Appointed Sept. 27, 1861. 
Appointed Sept. 27, 1861. 
Appointed Sept. 27, 18^.1 
Ai pointed Dec. 12, 1862. 
Appointed May 25, 1863. 
Appointed May 4, 1864. 



oup Artillery. Originally attached to 2d Georgia Infantry; 
afterward with Cobb's Georgia Legion. 



Capt. Marcellus Stanley, 
Lieut. Henry H. Carlton, 
2d Lieut. Alex. P. Pope, 



2d Lieut. Edw. P Lumpkin, 
Ensign Pope Barrow, 
Lieut. Columbus W. Motes, 
Lieut. Thomas A. Murray, 
2d Lieut. Henry Jennings, 
2d Lieut. Geo. J. Newton, 
2d Lieut. L. C. Cooper, 



Appointed April 24, 1861; 

maj. art'y Jan. 2, 1863. 
Appointed April 24, 1861. 
Captain Apr. 29, '62. 
Appointed April 24, 1861. 

captain of artillery March 

26, 1864. 
Appointed April 24, 1861. 
Appointed April 24, 1861. 
Appointed April 29, 1862. 
Appointed April 29, 1862. 
Appointed April 29, 1862. 
Appointed June — , 1862. 
Appointed Jan. 1, 1864. 



4Shington Artillery. Assigned as 1st Independent Georgia 
Battalion; afterward Company F, 1st Confederate 
Georgia; afterward Burtwell's and Pritchard's Bat- 
teries. 



Appointed April 11, 1861. 
Appointed April 11, 1861. 
Appointed April 11, 1861; 

killed April 7, 1862. 
Appointed April 11, 1861. 
Appointed April — , 1862. 
ingfield's (J. T.) Battery. Irwin Artillery. (See Company 

C, Sumter Battalion.) 
rsE Guards. Originally Company K, 25th Georgia Infantry; 
afterward Company B, 22d Battalion Georgia Siege 
Artillery. 



Capt. Isadore P. Girardey, 
Lieut. George T. Barnes, 
Lieut. J. Julius Jacobus, 

2d Lieut. Charles Spaeth, 
2d Lieut. A. Spellers, 



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MISCELLANEOUS (GEORGIA ARTILLERY). 

Thos. J. Berry, appointed 1st lieutenant of artillery, 
P. A. C. S., March 16, 1861. 

J. A. Alexander, appointed 2d lieutenant of artillery, 
P. A. C. S., April 17, 1861. 

Jno. O. Long, appointed 1st lieutenant of artillery, P. 
A. C. S., July 1, 1861. 

H. Wilkins, appointed 2d lieutenant of artillery, P. A. 
C. S., December 14, 1861. 

Edward C. Anderson, appointed major of artillery, 
P. A. C. S., May 18, 1861; lieutenant-colonel of artillery, 
P. A. C. S., May 1, 1862, and colonel of artillery, P. A. 
C. S., August 1, 1862. 

Abner Smead, appointed 1st lieutenant of artillery, 
P. A. C. S., April 3, 1861, and colonel of artillery, P. A. 
C. S., August 11, 1862. 

S. C. Williams, appointed 1st lieutenant of artillery, 
P. A. C. S., March 6, 1861, and lieuteant-colonel of ar- 
tillery, P. A. C. S., April 7, 1864. 

Jno. Screven, appointed major of artillery, P. A. C. S, 
April 17, 1862. 

Alfred L. Hartrige, appointed major of artillery, P. A. 
C. S., April 28, 1863. 

W. E. Burnet, appointed major of artillery, P. A. C. S„ 
April 4, 1863. 

Geo. W Anderson, appointed major of artillery, P. A 
C. S., April 30, 1863. 

L. T. Wofford, appointed major of artillery, P. A. C. S„ 
September 28, 1863. 

Robt. A. Stiles, appointed major of artillery, P. A. 
C. S., January 13, 1865. 

Moses H. Slight, appointed 1st lieutenant of artillery, 
P. A. C. S., July 17, 1861, and captain of artillery, P. A. 
C. S., June 9, 1862. 

Edward N. Thurston, appointed captain of artillery, 
P. A. C. S., July 31, 1862, and major of artillery, P. A 
C. S., March 1, 1865. 

Geo. Arnold, appointed captain of artillery, P. A. C. S, 
October 23, 1862. 

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S. H. Starr, appointed 1st lieutenant of artillery, P A. 
C. S., March 26, 1864, and captain of artillery, P. A. C. S., 
March 1, 1865. 

J. G. Reynolds, appointed 1st lieutenant of artillery, 
P. A. C. S., June 4, 1862, and captain of artillery, P. A. 
C. S., March 26, 1864. 

A. T. Cunningham, appointed 1st lieutenant of artil- 
lery, P A. C. S., May 20, 1862. 

W F. Johnson, appointed 1st lieutenant of artillery, 
P A. C. S., July 5, 1862. 

Wm. D. Harden, appointed 1st lieutenant of artillery, 
P. A. C. S., July 19, 1862, and captain of artillery, P A. 
C. S., July 13, 1863. 

Wm. A. Wright, appointed 1st lieutenant of artillery, 
P A. C. S., August 6, 1862. 

H. S. Cunningham, appointed 1st lieutenant of artil- 
lery, P. A. C. S., October 6, 1863. 

Geo. Howard King, appointed 1st lieutenant of artil- 
lery, P A. C. S., October 6, 1863, and captain of artillery, 
P. A. C. S., June 13, 1864. 

T. B. Cabaniss, appointed 1st lieutenant of artillery, 
P. A. C. S., March 26, 1864. 

S. F. Fenney, appointed 1st lieutenant of artillery, 
P. A. C. S., March 26, 1864. 

C. N. Featherston, appointed 2d lieutenant of artillery, 
P. A. C. S., October 6, 1863. 

C. Compton, appointed 2d lieutenant of artillery, P. A. 
C. S., October 6, 1863. 

Thos. G. Barrett, appointed 2d lieutenant of artillery, 
P. A. C. S., February 16, 1864. 

W. R. Atkinson, appointed 2d lieutenant of artillery, 
P A. C. S., March 8, 1865. 

R. F. Wright, appointed 2d lieutenant of artillery, 
P. A. C. S., March 8, 1865. 

Goi-don, E. C, lieut. A. D. C, June 9, 1864. 

Grant, Jas. B., lieut. A. D. C, May 6, 1865. 
The best estimate that can be made of troops Georgia fur- 
nished, first and last, to the Confederate Army is between 120,- 
000 and 125,000 men. 



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GENERAL OFFICERS COMMISSIONED BY THE 

STATE OF GEORGIA, AND IN STATE 

SERVICE 1861-1865. 

Jackson, Henry Rootes, Major-General, afterwards 
Brigadier-General in the Provisional Army of the 
Confederate States; died March 28, 1898. 

Smith, Gustavus W., Major-General. Major-General 
in Provisional Army of Confederate States. Died 
June 24, 1896. 

Walker, W. H. T., Mayor-General of 1st Division of 

Georgia State Troops, Apr. 25, 1861; afterwards 
Brigadier-General P A. C. S. ; afterwards Briga- 
dier-General of Georgia State Troops; afterwards 
Brigadier-General, P A. C. S. ; afterwards Major- 
General P, A. C. S., killed near Atlanta, July 22, 
1864. 

Wayne, Henry C, Major-General, Adjutant and In- 
spector-General of the State of Georgia with rank 
of Colonel, November 12, 1860. Adjutant and In- 
spector -General of the State of Georgia with rank 
of Major-General, November 30, 1861. Brigadier- 
General, Provisional Army of the Confederate 
States, December 16, 1861. Declined the appoint- 
ment. Died March 15, 1883. 

Anderson, C. D., Brigadier-General. Died Feb. 23, 1901. 

Capers, F. W., Brigadier-General. Died Jan. 12, 1892. 

Carswell, R. W., Brigadier-General. Died in 1886. ' 



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Harrison, George P. Sr., Brigadier-General. Died in 
1907 

McCay, Henry K., Brigadier-General. Died July 30, 

1886. 
Phillips, P. J., Brigadier-General. Died Oct. 12, 1876. 
Phillips, William, Brigadier-General. Died Sept. 25, 

1908. 



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GENERAL OFFICERS OF THE CONFEDERATE 

ARMY APPOINTED FROM GEORGIA, THEIR 

COMMANDS, AND STAFF OFFICERS, AS 

FAR AS ASCERTAINED, AND PREVIOUS 

SERVICE, IF ANY, IN THE 

U. S. ARMY. 

EDWARD PORTER ALEXANDER. 

Cadet U. S. Military Academy July, 1857; brevet lieu- 
tenant of engineers July, 1857; resigned May 1, 1861. 

Captain Corps of Engineers, C. S. A., April 2, 1861; 
engineer and chief of signal service on staff of Gen. P. G. 
T. Beauregard July, 1861, to August, 1861; chief of ord- 
nance, Army of Northern Virginia, August, 1861, to 
November 8, 1862; lieutenant-colonel of artillery Decem- 
ber 31, 1861; colonel of artillery December 5, 1862; com- 
manding Alexander's Battalion of Artillery November 8, 
1862, to February 26, 1864; acting chief of artillery, 
Longstreet's Corps, September 25, 1863, to February 26, 
1864; brigadier-general of artillery, P. A. C. S., Febru- 
ary 26, 1864 ; chief of artillery, Longstreet's Corps, Army 
of Northern Virginia, to surrender at Appomattox. 

STAFF. 

Colston, Fred M., captain, chief of Ord. Off., May, 
1864. 

Franklin, J. H., major A. C. S., April 1864. 

Haskell, James (Jos.) C, captain A. A. G., March, 1864. 

Mason, Willie T., 1st lieutenant, C. S. A., A. D. C, 
March, 1864. 

Middleton, John J., Jr., major A. Q. M., April, 1864. 

Post, W. M., surgeon, May, 1864. 

Winthrop, Stephen, captain A. I. G., March, 1864. 

NOTE. — One of his brothers, James H. Alexander by name, 
was captain, signal officer, at Fort Caswell, May 26, 1862; chief 
signal officer to General Beauregard April 8, 1863, and major 
A. A. G. to Gen. J. F. Gilmer Sep+e-nber 14, 1863. 

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GEORGE THOMAS ANDERSON. 

Second lieutenant independent company Georgia 

Mounted Volunteers, U. S. A., May 27, 1847; captain of 

cavalry, U. S. A., March 1, 1855; resigned June 11, 1858. 

Colonel 11th Georgia regiment infantry July 2, 1861; 

brigadier-general November 1, 1862. 

Brigade composed of 7th, 8th^ 9th and 11th Georgia, 
and 1st Kentucky regiments^ Afterward the 59th Geor- 
gia was substituted for the 1st Kentucky (Hood's), after- 
ward Field's division, Longstreet's Corps, Army of 
Northern Virginia. Died at Anniston, Ala., April 4, 
1901. 

STAFF. 

Arnold, .. ., ... July, 1863. 

Daniels, Charles, vol. A. D. C, June, 1862. 

HardwTck7~Charles C, captain (8th Ga. Inf.), A. A. G., 
November 8, 1862. 

Jackson, T. C, 1st lieutenant A. D. C. (Va. Bat.), 
November 1, 1862 (vol. A. D. C). 

Tenille, W. A., captain A. I. G. (9th Ga. Reg.), Norem- 
ber 19, 1863. 

Fouche, Robt. T., lieutenant A. A. D. C, Sept., 1864. 

ROBT. H. ANDERSON. 

Cadet U. S. Military Academy, July, 1857; second lieu- 
tenant 7th infantry July, 1857; second lieutenant 9th 
infantry December, 1857. Resigned May, 1861. 

First lieutenant corps of artillery, C. S. A., March 16, 
1861; major, assistant adjutant-general September, 1861; 
major First Battalion Georgia Sharpshooters June 20, 
1862; colonel Fifth Georgia cavalry (temporary rank), 
1862; colonel Fifth Georgia cavalry. January 20, 1863; 
brigadier-general, P. A. C. S., July 26, 1864. 

Brigade composed of the Fifth Georgia and the 1st, 
3d, 8th and 10th Confederate regiments of cavalry, Kel- 
ly's division, Army of Tennessee. Died February 8, 
1888. 

STAFF. 

Allen, J. F., captain A. C. S., ., 1863. 

Footman, R. H., captain A. Q. M., July, 1864. 

Gordon, W. W., captain A. I. G. July, 1864, Dec. 15, 
1864 (lieut. Ga. Hussars July, 1861; captain A. A. G. 
Mercer's Brigade Nov., 1861) 

Gowan, T. F., captain A. C. S., January, 1863 (5th Ga. 
cavalry). 

McFarland, J. T., surgeon med. dir. July, 1864. 

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Walthour, W. L., captain A. I. G.; captain Liberty 
Troops, afterward G. troops, 5th cavalry, 1861. 

Yonge, Philip, lieutenant A.D. C, July, 1864 (2d lieu- 
tenant 5th cavalry 1863). 

Anderson, McKenzie, 1st lieutenant A. D. C. 

HENRY LEWIS BENNING. 

Colonel Seventeenth Georgia Infantry August, 1861; 
brigadier-general January 17, 1863. 

Brigade composed of the 2d, 15th, 17th and 20th Geor- 
gia regiments of infantry, Hood's division, Army of 
Northern Virginia. Died July 8, 1875. 
STAFF. 

Alexander, W. T. .captain A. A. G., 1863. 

Ballard, W. S., major A. C. S., March 6, 1863. 

Benning, S. J., captain A. A. G. Jan. 17, 1863 to Nov. 4, 
1864. 

Bird, Wm. Edgeworth, captain A. A. G. 1864; major A. 
Q. M. Feb., 1863. 

DuBose, Dudley M., lieutenant A. D. C. March, 1862- 
captain A. A. G. , 1862. 

Hill, R. C, capt. A. A. G., 1863. 

Lofton, B. H, sgt. ord. off., 1864. 

Moses, R. J., major A. C. S., 1863. 

Mott, John R., lieutenant A. D. C, January, 1863. 
Perry, Heman H., captain A. I. G., December 31, 1861. 

Rains, Thos. A., surgeon, 1862-3. 

Tempe, Robert, lieutenant A. D. C. 1862 

WILLIAM R. BOGGS. 

Graduated from U. S. Military Academy at West 
Point in 1853; 2d lieutenant of ordinance; resigned 1861; 
captain corps of engineers May, 1861; resigned Decem- 
ber 21, 1861; colonel of artillery, July 14, 1862. Briga- 
dier-general November 4, 1862; chief of staff to Gen. E. 
Kirby Smith; commanding trans-Mississippi Depart- 
ment. 

STAFF. 

Boggs, Robt, lieutenant A. D. C, December 4, 1862. 

WILLIAM M. BROWNE. 

Aide-de-camp to President Davis, with rank of colonel 

of cavalry, 1861; brigadier-general; appointed February 

18, 1865, but Senate did not confirm. Died at Athens, 

Ga., April 28, 1883. 

NOTE. — There were, among the members of General Browne's 

staff, the following: Patrick liooney, captain and A. A. G.; 

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DeSaussure Ford, M. D., surgeon and major; Albert Sidney 
A. G. ; DeSassure Ford, M. D., surgeon and major; Albert Sidney 
Rodgerg, captain and A. I. G. ; Jolin W. Clark, 1st lieutenant and 
A. D. C. ; R. L,. Bloomfleld, Q. M. and major, and R C. Campbell, 

captain and V. A. D. C. 

GOODE BRYAN. 

Graduated at the U. S. Military Academy at West 
Point in 1834; second lieutenant U. S. infantry; re- 
signed, 1860. 

Colonel 16th Ga. infantry February 15, 1862; briga- 
dier-general August 29, 1863; resigned September 20, 
1864. 

Brigade composed of the 10th, 50th, 53d and 55th Geor- 
gia regiments of infantry, McLaws' division, Long- 
street's corps, Army of Northern Virginia. Died August 
16, 1885. 

STAFF. 

Brent, Joseph, — , Lancaster, Md. 

Kibbee, C. C, capt. 10th Ga. regiment, A. A. A. G., 
August, 1864. 

Walker, James, captain A. A. G., November 4, 1864. 

Walker, Jas. W., captain A. I. G., August, 1864. 

Townsend, Jno. H., lieutenant A. D. C, September 9, 
1863. 
HOWELL, COBB. 

Colonel 16th Georgia regiment of infantry July 15, 
1861; brigadier-general February 13, 1862; major-gen- 
eral September 9, 1863. 

Brigade composed of the 15th North Carolina, 2d Lou- 
isiana, the 16th and 24th Georgia regiments of infantry, 
and Cobb's Legion, Army of Northern Virginia; com- 
manding Reserve Forces of the State of Georgia; died 
in New York City, October 9, 1868. 
STAFF. 

Barrow, Pope, captain A. D. C, April 22, 1863, July, 
1864. 

Cobb, Howell, Jr., lieutenant A. D. C, July, 1864. 

Cobb, John A., captain A. D. C, April 22, 1862. 

Cobb, Lamar, major and A. A. G., July, 1864. 

Gwin, William, captain April 2, 1862. 

Mallett, R. J., captain A. A. G., July, 1864. 

Pope, A. F., captain ord. off. July, 1864. 

Thomas, Robert, major, April 22, 1862. 

Barrow, Jas., captain A. A. G., March 6, 1862. 

Rutherford, Jno. C, captain A. A. G., January 10, 1863. 

Hallett, R. J., captain A. A. G., September 23, 1863. 

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THOMAS R. R. COBB. 

Colonel Cobb's Georgia Legion August 28, 1861; briga- 
dier-general November 1, 1862. 

Brigade composed of the 16th, 18th and 24th Geprgia 
regiments of infantry, Cobb's Georgia Legion, *Tnliips 
Georgia Legion and 3d battalion Georgia Sharpsnooters, 
McLaws' division, Longstreet's corps, Army of Northern 
Virginia. Killed at Fredericksburg, Va., December 13, 

1862. , , A 

NOTE.— It may be mentioned that John W. Clark, of Au- 
gusta, Ga., held the position of 1st lieutenant and .A., u. c. to 
Gen. T. R. R. Cobb at the time the latter was killed. Other 
members of General Cobb's staff were John C. Rutherford, of 
Athens, Ga., captain and A. A. G. ; Charles Lumpkin, lieutenant; 
MacPherson Berrien, of Burke County, Ga. ; captain and A. I. 
G. ; and Rev. R. K. Porter, captain and chaplain. Miller G. 
Lumpkin was captain and commissary of Cobb's Georgia Le- 
gion in 1861. Of that Legion T. R. R. Cobb was then the 
colonel and Lumpkin may properly be included in his staff. 
S. G. White was its surgeon. 

ALFRED HOLT COLQUITT. 

Additional paymaster U. S. volunteers June, 1846. Re- 
signed January 31, 1848. 

Colonel 6th Georgia regiment of infantry May 27, 
1861; brigadier-general September 1, 1862. 

Command composed of the 6th, 19th, 23d, 27th and 
28th Georgia regiments of infantry, D. H. Hill's divis- 
ion, Army of Northern Virginia. Died at Washington 
City March 26, 18^4. 

STAFF. 

Colquitt, H. H., lieutenant Vol. A. D. C, May, 1863. 

Ely, R. N., major A. Q. M., 1862. 

Estill, R. F. (Harry?), lieutenant ord. off. Dec, 1862. 

Grattan, G. G., lieutenant A. D. C, October, 1862; cap- 
tain A. A. G. May, 1863, November 4, 1864. 

Jackson, Henry, captain A. A. G., July, 1864. 

Jordan, R. P., lieutenant (6th Ga. regt); A. A. A. G. 
from May, 1862; killed at Sharpsburg, Sept., 1862. 

Mettauer, H. A., surgeon. 

Morgan, J. B., major A. A. D. C, 1862. 

Randle, J. T., lieutenant A. D. C, May, 1863; killed at 
Battery Wagner September, 1863. 

Borcke, Heros von, maj. A. A. G. 

PHILIP COOK. 

Served in Captain Black's company in the Seminole 
war, 1836. 

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Colonel 4th Georgia regiment of infantry, November 
1, 18C2; brigadier-general August 5, 1S64. 

Succeeded Brigadier-general Doles in command of his 
brigade .composed of the 4th, 12th, 21st and 44th Geor- 
gia regiments of infantry, Rodes' division, Jackson's 
corps, Army of Northern Virginia; died at Atlanta, Ga., 
May 22, 1894. 

Snead, P. T., captain staff A. A. G. November 4, 1864. 

Law, Chas. H., lieut. A. D. C, August 5, 1864. 

LLFRED CUMMING. 

Cadet at U. S. Military Academy July, 1849; brevet 2d 
lieutenant 8th infantry July 1, 1849; 2d lieutenant 7th 
infantry July 16, 1850; 1st lieutenant 10th infantry 
March 3, 1855; captain July 20, 1856; resigned January 
19, 1861. 

Major corps of infantry, C. S. A., March 16, 1861; 
lieutenant-colonel 10th Georgia infantry June, 1861; col- 
onel 10th Georgia infantry September 25, 1862; briga- 
dier-general October 29, 1862. 

Brigade composed of the 34th, 36th, 39th and 56th 
Georgia regiments of infantry, Stevenson's division, Ar- 
my of the West. 

STAFF, 
demons, Welcom G., major asst. quartermaster, Octo- 
ber 29, 1862. 

Evans, H., major A. D. C, May- July, 1863. 
Lamar, De Rosset, captain A. E>. C, 1863-4. 
Mayo, J. H. F., major A. C. S., October 29, Nov. 13, 
1862. 

Phinizy, Charles H., capt. A. A. G. Oct. 29, 1862. 
NOTE. — At the time of reorganization of Gen. J. E. Johnston's 
rmy near the end of the War, there was a rumor afloat among 
he soldiers to the effect that Captain Phinizy was to be pro- 
loted to colonelcy of 39th Georgia Infantry. The rumor, how- 
ver, eventuated in nothing material, though it is unofficially 
elieved that specified appointment was made before the fall of 
he Confederacy. 

Smith, B. R., captain A. I. G., Nov. 10, 1862; captain 
May-July, 1863. 

Steiner, Frank, lieutenant A. D. C. October 29, 18C2, 
November 7, 1862. 

Wise, George D., lieutenant May- July, 1863; captain 
ord. off. Sept. 18, 1863. 

Banner, M. R., lieutenant, ord., November 3, 1864. 

Bass, J. W., lieutenant A. A. I. G., November 4, 1SG4. 

Cody, Adolphus, A. A. I. G., November, 1863. 

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GEORGE DOLES. 

Colonel 4th Georgia regiment of infantry May 8, 
1861; brigadier-general November 1, 1862. 

Brigade composed of the 4th, 12th, 21st and 44th Geor- 
gia regiments of infantry, D. H. Hill's division, Army 
of Northern Virginia; killed at Bethesda Church, Va., 
May 30, 1864. 

STAFF. 

Hawkins, E. A., lieutenant A. D. C, May, 1863. 

Furlow, C. T., , July, 1863. 

Jones, Richard V., lieutenant A. I. G-, May , 1863. 

Snead, F. T., captain A. A. G., May-July, 1863. 

DUDLEY McIVER DuBOSE. 

Colonel 15th Georgia regiment of infantry January, 
1863; brigadier-general November 16, 1864. 

Brigade composed of the 18th, l&th and 24th Georgia 
regiments of infantry, Cobb's and(Phillips' Legions, and 
the 3d battalion Georgia Sharpshooters, Kershaw's di- 
vision, Longstreet's corps, Army of Northern Virginia; 
died, March 4, 1883. 

STAFF. 

Bird, S. M., major A. Q. M., 1864-'65. 

Crane, Benj. E., major A. C. S. (1864-'65). 

Hackett, T. H., captain A. I. G., 1864-'65. 

Pierce, Geo. F., Jr., captain A. A. A. G., 1864-'65. 

CLEMENT A. EVANS. 

Major 31st Georgia infantry November 19, 1861; col- 
onel 31st Georgia regiment infantry May 13, 1862; briga- 
dier-general May 19, 1864. 

Brigade composed of the 13th, 26th, 31st, 38th, 60th 
and 61st Georgia regiments of infantry. Subsequently 
the 12th Georgia regiment was added to the brigade. 
Army Northern Virginia. 

STAFF. 
Cooper, George F., brigade surgeon, December, 1862. 
Hall, Edward, captain A. A. G., November, 1864. 
Law-ten, E. P., captain A. A. G., Dec, 1862. 
Gordon, E. C, lieutenant A. D. C, June 9, 1864. 
Reid, Francis "W., major A. C. S., June 12, 1862. 

WILLIAM MONTGOMERY GARDNER. 

Cadet U. S. Military Academy, July, 1846; brevet 2d 
lieutenant 1st infantry July, 1846; 2d lieutenant 7th in- 
fantry February 16, 1847; transferred to 2d infantry 

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July, 1847; 1st lieutenant October 16, 1849; captain 
March 3, 1855; brevet 1st lieutenant August 20, 1847, 
for gallant and meritorious conduct in the battles of 
Contreras and Churubusco, Mexico; resigned January 
19, 1861. 

Major corps- of infantry C. S. A., March 16, 1861; col- 
one^ 8t]j Georgia! regiment of infantry July 21, 1861; 
brigadier-general November 14, 18G1. 

Commanding paroled prisoners at Demopolls, Ala., 
1863; commanding military prisons in States east of the 
Mississippi river excluding Georgia and Alabama, 1864; 
commanding local defense troops, Department of Rich- 
mond, September, 1864; commanding at Salisbury, N. 
C, November, 1864; commanding post at Richmond, Va., 
January, 1865; on duty with Gen.. Howell Cobb com- 
manding District of Georgia, March, 1865; died at Mem- 
phis, Tenn., June 16, 1904. 

STAFF. 
Barth, William G., captain A. A. G., March 20, 1865. 

Lanier, John S., . 

White, J. H., surgeon, chief surgeon, March 20, 1865. 
Winder, R. B., major, chief quartermaster, March 20, 
1865. 

Grant, Jas. B., lieutenant A. D. C, May 6, 1865. 
Rose, Alex., lieutenant A. D. C, December 2, 1862. 

LUCIUS J. GARTEELL. 

Colonel 7th Georgia infantry March 31, 1861; resigned 
December — , 1862, having been elected to the Confeder- 
ate Congress; brigadier-general August 22, 1864. 

Commanding 2d brigade of Georgia Reserves, composed 
of the 1st, 2d, 3d and 4th regiments; died at Atlanta, 
Ga., April 7, 1891. 

STAFF. 

Hill, Miles H., captain A. G„ 1863. 

Nichols, William M., lieutenant A. A. G., 1863. 

Irwin, Robjt. C, lieutenant A. D. C, November 14, 1864. 

VICTOR J. B. GIRARDEY. 

Brigadier-general, July 30, 1864. 

Commanding Brigadier-general Wright's brigade, com- 
posed of the 3d, 22d, 40th and 48th Georgia regiments of 
infantry, and 2d Georgia battalion of infantry, Ander- 
son's division, A. P Hill's corps, Army of Northern Vir- 
ginia. 

Killed at Petersburg, Va., August, 1864. 

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STAFF. 

Evans, J. K., captain A. A. A. G. 1864 (previously lieu- 
tenant in 48th Georgia). 

Hughes, H. S., captain, brig, com'y sub., 1862. (Pre- 
viously captain "Lawson's Greys," 3d Ga.) 

McWhorter, R. L., major, brigadier Q. M. 1862. (Pre- 
viously in 3d Ga.) 

Swinney, W. M. (M. E.?), chief brigade surgeon, 1862. 
(Previously surgeon of 48th Georgia.) 

JOHN BROWN GORDON. 

Appointed from Alabama, lieutenant-colonel 6th Ala- 
bama Regiment Infantry, Dec. 26, 1861; colonel 6th Ala- 
bama Regiment Infantry, April 28, 1862; brigadier-gen- 
eral, P. A. C. S., May 7, 1863; major-general, P. A. C. 
S., May 14, 1864. There is no evidence in the official 
records that he was ever promoted to grade of lieuten- 
ant-general, P. A. C. S., or that he ever received his com- 
mission as such. All claims awarding him this rank 
are, therefore, unofficial, and cannot be sustained by the 
records on file at the war department, Washington, D. 
C. At the Appomattox surrender he signed simply "J. 
B. Gordon, major-general, commanding corps." 

Brigade composed of the 13th, 26th, 31st, 38th, 60th 
and 61st Georgia regiments of infantry (originally, Law- 
ton's Brigade) ; the 6th and 12th Georgia Battalions of 
Infantry, Early's Division, Army of Northern Virginia. 

Division composed of the Brigades of Evans, Terry 
and York, Army of Northern Virginia. Commanding 2d 
Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, as major-general; 
commanding left wing Army of Northern Virginia, May, 
1865. 

STAFF. 

Douglas, H. Kyd., major A. A. G., Nov. 4, 1864. 

Halsey, Don P., captain A. A. G., 1862. 

Jones, Thos. G., lieutenant A. D. C, Jan. 2, 1863, and 
April 4, 1865. 

Moore, Edwin L., major A. A. G., November 4, 1864. 

Stephens, J. H., senior surgeon, July, 1864. 

Wilmer, S. K., lieutenant signal officer, July — , 1864. 

Hunter, Robert W., major A. A. G. 
., Pace, James M., captain A. A. G., Nov. 27, 1862, to 
"April 9, 1865. 

Ballard, W. S., major C. S., Jan. 5, 1864. 

Graves, J. T., captain A. C. S., August 8, 1863. 

Myers, Wm. B, major A. A. G„ April 8, 1865. 

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WILLIAM J. HARDEE. 

Cadet U. S. Military Academy, July, 1838; 1st lieuten- 
ant of dragoons, December 3, 1839; captain of dragoons, 
September 18, 1844; brevetted major and lieutenant- 
colonel for gallantry in Mexican War (1847); a little 
later, promoted to major of 2d U. S. Cavalry; command- 
ant of cadets, U. S. Military Academy, 1856-'G0; resigned 
January 31, 1861. 

Colonel corps of cavalry, C. S. A., March 16, 1861; 
brigadier-general June 17, 1861; major-general October 
7, 1861; lieutenant-general October 10, 1862. 

Brigade (1861) composed of 1st, 2d, 5th, 6th, 7th and 
8th Arkansas regiments of infantry; commanding divis- 
ion under Gen. A. S. Johnston in Kentucky and Tennes- 
see, 1861-2; commanding Fort Morgan, Mobile Bay, 1861; 
commanding 3d corps, Army of the Mississippi, com- 
posed of Hindman's, Wood's and Cleburne's divisions; 
commanding Army of the Mississippi, afterwards called 
Army of Tennessee, 1862; commanding left wing of 
Gen. Bragg's army in Kentucky campaign, composed of 
Buckner's and Patton Anderson's divisions and Wheel- 
er's cavalry; commanding army corps consisting of 
Breckenridge's and Cleburne's divisions; commanding 
right wing of Army of Tennessee, consisting of Cheat- 
ham's, Stevenson's and Walker's divisions; commanding 
Army of Tennessee December, 1863; commanding army 
corps consisting of Cheatham's, Cleburne's, Walker's 
and Bate's divisions, May to September, 1864; command- 
ing Department of South Carolina, Ggpxgia-.and Florida, 
October, 1864; commanding troops at Bentonville, N. C, 
March, 1865. Died at Wytheville, Va., November 6, 1873. 
1873. 

STAFF. 

Bailey, James, mil. storekeeper at Greenville, Mo., 
August 11, 1861; A. Q. M. Hindman's legion, A. A. Q. M., 
August, 1861. 

Black, Samuel L., lieutenant A. I. G., July 5, 1862; cap- 
tain A. I. G. January 1, 1863; lieutenant-colonel July- 
October, 1863. 

Blake, B. D., lieutenant-colonel, inspector-general, July 
5, 1862. 

Boutwell, ., lieutenant A. D. C, April 6, 7, 1862. 

Breysacher, A. L., surgeon medical inspector July 5, 
1862— July, 1863. 

Bridewell, L. O., major chief quartermaster, April 6, 7, 
1862. 

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Buntwell, , lieutenant A. A. D. C, April 6, 7, 

1862. 

Chambliss, Nathaniel R., captain chief ordnance, Dec. 

5, 1861. 

Claiborne, Thos., captain vol. A. D. C, January 1, 1863. 

Clare, William, captain A. A. D. C, April 6, 7, 1862. 

Clarkson, A. W., captain A. A. D. C, April 6, 7, 1862. 

Flash, Henry L., captain volunteer A. D. C, July 5, 
1862. 

Gassett, C. W., major chief quartermaster, January 1, 
1863. 

Gonzales, A. J., colonel, chief of artillery, Dec. 30, 1864. 

Govan, Wm. H., captain A. Q. M., August 11, 1861. 

Green, J. W., captain, engineer's off., Dec, 1862. 

Hanauer, Lewis, colonel A. Q. M., purch, agt. July 23, 
1861. 

Hardee, T. L., lieutenant A. D. C, April 25, 1862. 

Hardee, T. S., captain A. D. C, July 5, 1862. 

Harrison, Thomas, captain A. A. D. C ..June 2, 1864. 

Hay, E. B., A. A. G., January 16, 1865. 

Hoxton, Llewellen, major C. A., December, 1862. 

Hunt, T. W., lieutenant acting A. D. C, April 6, 7, 
186^5 captain A. I. G. January 1, 1863, July 25, 1863. 

Johnson, John M., surgeon medical director, July 25, 
1863. 

Jones, , colonel, March, 1863. 

Kearney, William, lieutenant A. I. G., April 6, 7, 1862. 

Kennard, J. M., major, chief ordnance January 1, July 
25, 1863. 

Kennard, P. T., volunteer A. D. C, August 9, 1861. 

Lanford, R. C, major A. C. S., Feb. 24, 1862; April 1, 
1864. 

Beatty, , Judge Advocate, February 13, 1863. 

Lay, Jno. F., major A. A. I. G., March 29, 1865. 

Burtwell, J. R. B., lieut. A. A. D. C, April 6, 1862. 

Gholson, Samuel J., Col. Judge Advocate, Feb. 13, 1863. 

Lawrence, G. W., surgeon medical director, April 6, 7, 
1862. 

Lawrentree, August, lieutenant (Hindman's Legion). 

Liddell, St. John R., colonel volunteer A. D. C, act- 
ing ordn. officer, July 22, 1861. 
McMicken, C. G., lieutenant chief signal officer, Jan. 

6, 1865. 

Marmaduke, Jno. S., lieutenant A. D. C. and A. A. G., 
August 7, 1861. 

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Mason, Richard M., chief A. Q. M., relieved July 12, 
1864. 

Memminger, C. G., chief signal officer, Jan. 11, 1865. 

Moore, John C, judge advocate, July 5, 1862. 

Moore, W. E., captain com'y., July, 1861. 

Patton, Montrose A., surgeon general medical director, 
District of Arkansas, August 23, 1861. 

Patton, Yandell S., major chief Q. M., 1864. 

Pearre, Aubrey, captain acting ordn. officer Hardee's 
corps, 1864-5. 

Perkins, Hardin, colonel volunteer A. D. C, Dec. 5, 
1861. 

Perkins, S. H., colonel volunteer A. D. C, Aug. 9, 
1861, July, 1862. 

Pickett, W. D., major A. A. G. and chief of staff April 
6, 7, 1862; colonel A. I. G., Jan. 28, 1865. 

Poole, D. H., lieutenant A. A. A. G., July 5, 1862; 
captain A. A. G., Jan. 1, 1863; major A. I. G., Aug. 20, 
1863. 

Poole, W. G., captain 1st Florida regiment A. A. G., 
June 2, 1864. 

Pope, John, captain chief Q. M., Dec. 5, 1861. 

Presstman, S. W., captain eng. off, Dec. 30, 1862. 

Riley, B. B. D., major ord. offi., May 19, 1863. 

Roy, T. B., captain A. A. G., July 5, 1862; A. A. G. 
chief of staff July 25, 1863; A. A. G. Jan. 5, 1865. 

Shoup, F. A., 1st lieutenant C. S. A., A. D. C. and A. 
A. A. G. July 23, 1861; major C. A. April 6, 7, 1862. 

Thomas, J. G., acting medical director, April 5, 1865. 

White, D. G., lieutenant A. A. G., April 16, lieutenant 
inspector artillery, July, 1861; major A. A. G. Jan. -July, 
1863. 

Whitehead, , captain, March, 1865. 

Whitthorne, W. C, adjutant general of Tennessee, vol. 
A. D. C. Jan. 1, 1863. 

Wicks, Moses J., major chief com'y, July 5, 1862. 

Wilkins, W. W., lieutenant A. I. G. (?), July 5, 1862. 

Wilson, , lieutenant A. A. D. C, April 6, 7, 

1862. 

Yandell, D. W., surgeon medical director, July 5, 1862, 
Jan. 1, 1863. 
GEORGE PAUL HARRISON, JR. 

Appointed from Georgia. A Colonel commanding a 
Brigade, composed of 1st Georgia Regulars, 32d, 47th 
and 5th Regiments, Georgia Volunteers, and 5th Regi- 
ment of Georgia Reserves. 

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STAFF. 
Blount, George M., 1st lieutenant A. A. A. G., Feb. 20, 
1864. 

Cohen, Gratz, captain A. D. C. 

Guerard, B. L., captain A. Q. M. 

Hundley, Wm. B., major A. I. G. 

Moreno, S. A., captain A. A. G., March, 1865. 

NOTE. — Colonel Robert Johnson Henderson, of 42d Georgia 
Infantry, was a colonel commanding a brigade. Died February 
3 1891. 

Crews, Charles C, a colonel (of 2d Georgia Cavalry) com- 
manding a brigade under Major-General Joseph Wheeler, com- 
posed of 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th and 6th Regiments, Georgia Cavalry, 
Army of Tennessee. He came, as we understand, from South- 
west Georgia. Date of death unknown. 

It may - be metnioned that Major-General John Stevens 
Bowen, P. A. C. S., of Missouri, was a native of Savannah, Ga., 
he becoming a citizen of his adopted State in 1857. He was 
promoted to grade of brigaier-general, P A. C. S., in 1862, and 
to that of major-general, P. A. C. S., in 1863. Died July 16, 
1863. 

It should be mentioned that Edward Dorr Tracy, of Ala- 
bama, a native Georgian, was promoted to grade of brigadier- 
general, P. A. C. S., in 1862, his brigade consisting of the 20th, 
23d, 30th, 31st and 46th lAabama regiments of infantry, Steven- 
son's Division, Army of Tennessee. Died near Port Gibson, 
Miss., May 1, 1863. 

ALFRED IVERSON. 

Second Lieutenant Seymour's battalion Georgia Volun- 
teers in Mexican War, August, 1847; honorably mustered 
out July 11, 1848; 1st lieutenant 1st cavalry March, 
1855; resigned March 21, 1861. 

Captain corps of infantry, C. S. A., March 16, 1861; 
colonel 29th North Carolina Infantry August 20, 1861; 
brigadier general November 1, 1862. 

Commanding brigade composed of the 5th, 12th, 20th 
and 23rd North Carolina regiments of infantry, D. H. 
Hill's division, Jackson's corps, Army of Northern Vir- 
ginia. In 1864 brigade composed of the 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th 
and 6th Georgia regiments of cavalry, Martin's division, 
Wheeler's corps, Army of Tennessee. 

General Iverson was appointed from North Carolina, 
but he commanded Georgia troops. 

STAFF. 
Coleman, H. B., lieutenant-colonel volunteer A. D. C, 
June, 1863. 

Ector, J. T., lieutenant A. D. C, June, 1863. 
Halsey, D. P., captain A. A. G., May, 1863. 
Garland, , major A. C. S., 1863. 

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Payne, , major A. C. S., 1863. 

Woods, J. J., captain A. I. G., 1863. 

Branham, Isham R., capt. A. A. G., October 24, 1863. 

HENRY ROOTES JACKSON. 

Brigadier-general June 4, 1861; resigned December 2, 
1861; reappointed brigadier-general September 21, 1863. 

Brigade composed of the 1st Confederate, the 25th, 
29th, 30th and 66th Georgia regiments of infantry, and 
a battalion of infantry. In May, 1862, composed of the 
3d Arkansas, 31st Virginia, and 1st and 12th Georgia 
regiments of infantry, and a battalion of Georgia in- 
fantry. July 14, 1861, assumed command of the Army 
of the Northwest. October 3, 1861, commanding a divi- 
sion in the Army of the Northwest. 

Died at Savannah, Ga., May 23, 1898. 

STAFF. 
't Andrews, Garnett, 2nd lieutenant A. A. G., Aug. 5, 
3^61. 

Barton, S. M., lieutenant-colonel 3d Arkansas regi- 
ment; A. A. G. Oct. 21, 1861. 

Bloom, F. S., major A. D. C. Oct. 7, 1861. 
. , Humphries, W. D., lieutenant A. D. C. Aug. 3, 1861. 
^Jackson, Henry, cadet, A. D. C. Oct. 7, 1861. 

Garnett, Andrew, lieutenant A. A. A. G., August 3, 
1861. 

JOHN KING JACKSON. 

Colonel 5th Georgia Infantry, 1861. Brig. Gen. Jan. 
14, 1862. 

Brigade composed of the 5th and 8th Mississippi, the 
5th Georgia and 1st Confederate regiments of infantry, 
the 2d Battalion Georgia Sharpshooters, and a battery of 
light artillery. Subsequently commanding the 3d brigade 
in Reserve corps, Army of the Mississippi, composed of 
the 17th, 18th, 21st and 24th Alabama and 5th Georgia 
regiments of infantry, and Burtwell's light battery of ar- 
tillery, Army of Tennessee. August to September 29, 
1864, commanding District of Florida, in Department 
of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. 

Died at Milledgeville, Ga., Feb. 27, 1866. 
STAFF. 

Barrett, Thomas G., ordn. officer captain volunteer 
A. D. C, Jan. 1, 1863. 

Beauchamp, J. J., major A. C. S. Feb. 28, 1863. 

Bryan, A. M., captain inspector-general Oct. 19, 1862. 

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Catho (?), R. S., captain prov. mar. Chattanooga, 
Tenn., March 5, 1863. 

Cheatham, R. S., A. A. G. April 7-Feb. 23, 1863. 

Cumming, Joseph B., captain A. A. G., July 4, 1862; 
major Jan. 1, 1863. 

Note. — Captain A. A. G., Army of Tennessee, October 28, 
1864; major (in charge of courtmartial) A. A. G. to Gen. 
J. B. Johnston, 1865. 

Floyd, W. D. <8., major A. A. I. G., July 24, 1862; ord- 
nance officer July 28, 1862. 

Harris, Samuel, 2nd lieutenant A. A. I. G. July 24, 
1862. 

Hundley, , captain pro. mar. Chattanooga, 1863. 

Hunt, S. P., chief surgeon July 24, 1862; surgeon act- 
ing inspector hospitals, District Tennessee, Jan., 1863; 
chief surgeon Oct. 19, 1862. 

Jackson, A. M., lieutenant A. D. C. April 1, 1862, Jan. 
1, 1863. 

Jennison, Geo. A., A. A. A. G., Sept. 24, 1862. 

Jones, B. F., A. Q. M. Bridgeport, Ala., Feb. 28, 1863. 

King, Hugh M., chief Q. M. July 25, 1862. 

Lloyd, W. D. C, major ordnance officer; A. I. G. Feb., 
1863. 

Moreno, Stephen A., captain A. A. A. G. July 24, 1862; 
major A. A. G. Nov. 14, 1863. 

Montgomery, H. B. T., captain A. C. S. Bridgeport, 
Ala., March 4, 1863. 

Nelms, L. A., A. A. A. G. June, 1861. 

Oglesby, Wm. M., A. A. A. G. May 10, 1863. 

Pinckney, R. J., captain A. Q. M. acting division Q. 
M. . Relieved July 25, 1862. 

Prince, J. L., captain A. Q. M., Bridgeport, Ala., March 
4, 1863. 

Robertson, F. H., captain acting chief artillery Oct. 
28, 1862. 

Sanchez, B. S., lieutenant A. D. C. Jan., 1862. 

Sibley, W. C, captain division com'y, July 28, 1862. 

Stanford, , captain assistant division com'y-, Oct. 

19, 1862. 

Thomas, John W., A. A. A. G. May 9, 1863. 

Goldthwaite, Henry, major A. A. G., August, 1864. 

McKinney, , captain , November, 1863. 

DAVID RUMPLE JONES. 

Cadet U. S. Military Academy July, 1846; brevet 2d 
lieutenant 2d infantry July, 1846; 2d lieutenant Nov. 



23, 1846; regimental adjutant April 15, 1147, to Decem- 
ber 29, 1848; 1st lieutenant May 7, 1849, to March 3, 
1855; brevet captain A. A. G. March 16, 1853; brevet 
1st lieutenant August 20, 1847, for gallant and meri- 
torious conduct in battles of Contreras and Churubusco, 
Mexico. Resigned February 15, 1861. 

Major assistant adjutant-general and chief of staff to 
Gen. G. T. Beauregard April 11, 1861; brigadier-general 
June 17, 1861; major-general October 11, 1862. 

Brigade composed of the 4th, 5th, 6th and 9th South 
Carolina regiments of infantry, being the 3d brigade, 
1st corps, Army of the Potomac; afterwards division 
composed of the brigades of Toombs, Anderson, Dray- 
ton, Kemper, Garnett and Jenkins, Longstreet's corps, 
Army of Northern Virginia. 

Died at Richmond, Va., January 19, 1863. 

STAFF. 

Adams, Joseph M., major, Q. M. 

Barksdale, , surgeon, June-Dec, 1862. 

Campbell, , lieutenant engineer officer June, 1862. 

Carell, J. R., captain , July, 1861. 

Coward, A., captain July, 1861; major A. A. G. 

Dec, 1861. 

De L'Aigle, L., captain A. Q. M. June, 1862. 

Blford, T. J., major C. S., August, 1861. 

Ford, W. J., captain, July, 1861; A. D. C, A. A. Q. M., 
Dec, 1862. 

Haskell, , major A. C. S. June, 1862. 

Jones, Philip B., Jr., captain volunteer A. D. C. June- 
Dec, 1862. 

Latham, F. G., lieutenant A. A. A. G. July, 1861. 

Latrobe, Osman, captain A. & I. G. June-Dec, 1862. 

McLemore, O. K., lieutenant A. A. A. G., July, 1861. 

Moses, R. J., major A. C. S. Dec, 1862. 

Moore, Samuel J. C, captain A. A. G. April, 1863. 

Rose, Hugh, volunteer A. D. C. Dec, 1862. 

Taylor, E., captain July, 1861. 

Thurston, E. N., captain volunteer A. D. C. June, 
1862; ordnance officer Dec, 1862. 

Williams, C. W., volunteer A. D. C. Dec, 1862. 

Young, H. E., captain A. A. G. Dec, 1862. 

Garnett, Jno. J., major C. A., June, 1862. 

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Jones, Samuel P., lieutenant A. D. C, October 27, 1862. 
NOTE. — Another addition to above list may be made in the 
person of Col. Wm. H. King, of 18th Texas Infantry, a native 
Georgian, who was assigned to duty by Gen. E. Kirby Smith, 
of Trans-Mississippi Department, in July, 1864 (?), as briga- 
dier-general, P. A. C. S. He was not, as the records clearly 
show, appointed by President Davis, or confirmed by the Con- 
federate Senate, as the other Georgia generals were. 

ALEXANDER ROBERT LAWTON. 

Cadet U. S. Military Academy, July 1, 1839; 2d lieu- 
tenant 1st artillery July, 1839; resigned December 31, 
1840. 

Brigadier-general, P. A. C. S., April 13, 1861; quarter- 
master-general August 10, 1863. 

Brigade composed of the 13th, 26th, 31st, 38th, 60th 
and 61gt Georgia regiments of infantry, Ewell's division, 
Jackson's corps, Army of Northern Virginia'; command- 
ing Ewell's division; commanding Department of Geor- 
gia, October 26, 1861; commanding District of Georgia, 
in Department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida, 
May 28, 1862; commanding military district of Savan- 
nah, 1861. Died at Clifton Springs, N. Y., July 2, 1896. 

STAFF. 

Berry, Thomas J., A. D. C. & A. A. A. G. Oct. 25-30, 
1861. 

Beverly, W. W., lieutenant C. S. infantry, A. A. D. C. 
December 10, 1861. 

Bernan, James H., A. Q. M. April 13, 1861. 

Cheves, Edward, A. D. C. 1862. Killed at battle of 
Cold Harbor June 27, 1862. 

Cumming, Montgomery, A. D. C. and A. A. A. G. ( July 
15, 1861. 

Echols, William H., captain engineers April 16, 1861. 

Elliott, Robt. W. B., lieutenant A. D. C, Oct. 4, 1861. 

Gills, G. W., chief of ordnance, April 15, 1861. 

Gardner, W. M., major C. S. A., A. A. A. G., May 30, 
1861. 

Gibbons, Wm. H., major Q. M, 1862. 

Hull, Edward W., captain inspector-general, 1862. 

Ingraham, H. L., lieutenant ordnance officer Oct., 1862. 

Jackson, Henry, cadet A. D. C. July 1, 1862; 2d lieu- 
tenant artillery on staff of Gen. W. H. T. Walker, Jan., 
1863; ordnance officer to Lucas' battalion artillery, May, 
1863; captain A. A. G. on staff of Gen. H. R. Jackson, 
July, 1863; on staff of A. H. Colquitt, June, July, 1864. 

Lawton, Edward P., captain A. A. G. October 1, 1861. 

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Killed at battle of Fredericksburg, Dec. 13, 1862. 

McLaws, L„ major, C. S. A., A. A. A. G. May 31, 1861; 
Q. M. & A. C. S., April 17, 1862. 

Reid, F. W., major C. S., 1861. 
. .Richardson, F. H., captain I. G., 1862. 

Rockwell, Wm. S., lieutenant-colonel 1st Ga. volun- 
teers, A. A. A. G., July 20, 1861. 

Smith, S. J., A. Q. M., July 15, 1861. 

Smith, W. D., major 1st Ga. regiment., A. A. A. G., 
June 25, 1861. 

Speer, Daniel N., captain Q. M., 1862. 

Stewart, James T., captain A. Q. M., 1861-2. 

Wayne, Henry C, colonel adjutant-general; announced 
as chief of staff to General Lawton, April 17, 1861. 

Elliott, Robt., captain A. A. G., October 20, 1863. 

Reveley, W. W., lieutenant A. A. D. C, Dec. 10, 1861. 

LAFAYETTE McLAWS. 

Cadet U. S. Military Academy, July, 1842; brevet 2d 
lieutenant 6th infantry July 1, 1842; 2d lieutenant 2d in- 
fantry, March 16, 1844; 1st lieutenant, February 16, 1847; 
captain, August 24, 1851; resigned March 23, 1861. 

Major corps of infantry, C. S. A., March 10, 1861; 
colonel 10th Georgia infantry June 17, 1861; brigadier- 
general September 25, 1861; major-general May 23, 1862. 

Brigade in October, 1861, composed of the 15th and 
32d Virginia, 10th Louisiana, and the 10th, 53d, and 
57th Georgia regiments of infantry, and Manley's light 
battery of artillery; division in June, 1862, composed of 
the brigades of Kershaw, Wofford, Humphreys and Bry- 
an; division May 3, 1863, (Chancellorsville) composed of 
brigades of Wofford, Kershaw, Barksdale and Semmes; 
in 1864 commanding District of Georgia; in December, 
1864, commanding division under General Hardee; in 
1865 commanding division under General Hardee, in Gen. 
J. E. Johnston's army; April 10, 1865, commanding mili- 
tary District of Georgia, by special order of General 
J. E. Johnston. Died at Savannah, Ga., July 22, 1897. 

STAFF. 

Atkinson, , captain volunteer A. D. C, May — , 

1862. 

Brown, N. B., captain Dec. 12, 1864; chief Q. M. Feb- 
ruary 10, 1865. 

Cabell, Henry C, colonel C. A., Oct.-Dec, 1862. 

Campbell, — ., lieutenant engineering officer, Oct.-Dec, 
1862. 

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Costin, E. L., major A. D. C, Oct., 18C2; major A. I. 
G. Dec, 1862. 

Cumming, W. H , major, chief surgeon, medical direc- 
tor, Feb. 10, 1865. 

Edwards, A. L., lieutenant ordnance officer, Oct.-Dec, 
1862. 

Edwards, J. F., major A. C. S., Oct.-Dec, 1862; chief 

C. S. of division Dec, 1862; promoted chief C. S. of 
corps. 

Elliott, R. W. B., captain A. A. G. Dec. 12, 1864. 

Fishburne, B. C, major surgeon, medical director, 
April 10, 1865. 

Gilmore, John T., surgeon, medical director, Oct-Dec, 
1862. 

Goggin, James M., major A. A. G., April 30, 1862; ma- 
jor A. C. S. Oct., 1862; major A. A. G. Dec, 1862. 

Henley, , captain volunteer A. D. C, May, 1862. 

Huguenin, A., lieutenant A. D. C, Dec. 12, 1864; A. 

D. C. Feb. 10, 1865. 

King, Henry Lord Page, captain A. D. C. , 1861; 

A. D. C, May, 1862, Oct., 1862. Killed at the battle of 
Fredericksburg, Dec, 1862. Still serving as such when 
killed. 

King, Mallory Page, captain A. A. G. and A. I. G., Dec. 
12, 1864; lieutenant-colonel A. I. G. Feb. 10, 1865. 

Lamar, G. B., lieutenant A. D. C. and A. A. A. G., Dec. 
12, 1864; A. D. C. and A. A. A. G., Feb. 10, 186S. 

Mcintosh, Thomas S., major A. A. G., 1861; captain A. 
A. G., Oct. 19, 1861; major A. A. G., May, 1862. Killed 

Patton, John A., chief surgical division Dec. 12, 1864. 

Middleton, Jno. J., Jr., major div. Q. M., Nov. 15, 1863. 
at Sharpsburg, Sept. 17, 1862. 

McLaws, A. H., major Q. M. division, Dec, 1862. 

Maxwell, J. A., captain acting chief artillery and ord- 
nance Dec. 12, 1864. 

Napier, LeRoy, A. A. D. C. — , 1861. 

Patterson, F W., surgeon July 1, 1863. 

Peck, W. D., major A. Q. M., Dec. 13, 1863. 

Read, John P W., captain, chief artillery, May, 1862. 

Robertson, J. R., major chief C. S. (at Savannah), 
April 10, 1863. 

Smith, L. Jacquelin, captain, ordnance officer, Feb. 10, 
1865. 

Taliaferro, E., captain, ordnance officer, Feb. 10, 1865. 

Taylor, Henry, captain A. A. D. C. — , 1861, Dec, 1863. 

Thomas, J. G., chief surgeon division, April, 1865. 

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Tucker, Tom S. B., lieutenant A. D. C, April 30, Dec, 
1862. 

HUGH WEEDON MERGER. 

Cadet U. S. Military Academy, July, 1828; brevet 2d 
lieutenant of artillery and 2d lieutenant of artillery July 
1, 1828; 1st lieutenant October 10, 1835; resigned April 
30, 183G. 

Colonel 1st Georgia regiment of infantry — , 1861; 
brigadier-general October 29, 1861. 

Brigade composed of the 1st, 54th, 57th and 63d Geor- 
gia infantry, Army of Tennessee, commanding jit Savan- 
nah, Ga. 

Died, June 9, 1877. 

STAFF. 

Anderson, Edward C, Jr., lieutenant A. D. O, Nov. 16, 
1861; major cavalry, 1862; colonel 7th Georgia cav., 1863. 

Drummond, Edward W., captain, assistant commander 
1st Georgia volunteers. 

Gordon, William W (lieutenant Jeff Davis Legion), 
captain A. A. G., acting inspector, January 11, 1863. 

Habersham, Jos. Clay, lieutenant A. D. C., Nov. 16, 
1861. 

Harden, William D., lieutenant ordnance officer, Dec. 
30, 1861; promoted captain and ordnance officer. 

Hartridge, A. S. (L.?), lieutenant A. D. C, July 9, 
1862; major corny, 1863. 

Mercer, George A., captain A. A. G., Nov. 16, 1861; 
June, 1862; March, 1863. 

Stewart, James T., captain A. Q. M., November 16, 
1861; major and Q. M., 1863. 

Stoddard, John J., lieutenant A. D. C, May 30, 1863. 

Thomas, R. B., lieutenan tartillery corps, C. A., Decem- 
ber 10, 1861. 

Williams, James S., major, inspector-general, 1864. 

PAUL J. SEMMES. 

Colonel 2d Georgia regiment of infantry, May 7, 1861; 
brigadier-general, March 11, 1862. 

Brigade composed of the 10th, 50th, 51st and 53d Geor- 
gia infantry, McLaws' division, Longstreet's corps, A. N. 
Va. 

Mortally wounded at Gettysburg. Died July 10, 1863. 

STAFF. 
Briggs, — , captain A. D. C, June and Sept., 1862. 
Briggs, E. B., lieuter.nnt A. D. C, April, 1S62. 



demons, Welcom G., captain A. A. G., June, 1862. 

Cody, B. H., lieutenant volunteer A. D. C, June and 
September, 1862. 

Costin, B. L., captain A. D. C, June, 1862. 

Ellis, R., captain A. A. G., April, 1863. 

Gilmore, , surgeon, June, 1862. 

Redd, , lieutenant volunteer A. D. C, June and 

September, 1862. 

JAMES P. SIMMS. 

Major 53d Georgia regiment of infantry; colonel 53d 
Georgia regiment of infantry; brigadier-general Dec. 8, 
1864. "^; 

Brigade composed of the 10th, 50th, <51st and 52d Geor- 
gia regiments of infantry, Kershaw's division, Long- 
street's corps, Army of Northern Virginia. Died May 
30, 1887. 

STAFF. 

Kibbee, C. C, captain A. A. A. G., December, 1864. 

WILLIAM DUNCAN SMITH. 

Cadet U. S. Military Academy, July, 1846; brevet 2d 
lieutenant 2d dragoons, July, 1846; 2d lieutenant, Au- 
gust, 1847; 1st lieutenant, August 8, 1851; captain, June 
4, 1858; resigned January 28, 1861. 

Captain corps of cavalry, C. S. A., March 16, 1861; 
colonel: 2'6th> Georgia regiment infantry, July 14, 1861; 
brigadier-general, March 7, 1862. 

Commanding First Military District of South Carolina, 
in the Department of South Carolina, Georgia and Flor- 
ida, July 8, 1862; commanding troops on James Island, 
1862. Died at Charleston, S. C, October 4, 1862. 

STAFF. 
King, Mallory Page, captain A. A. G., April 23, 1862. 
Habersham, Jos. C, lieutenant A. D. C, April 22, 1862. 

G. MOXLEY SORREL. 

Captain A. A. G., Longstreet's brigade, September 1, 
1861; major A. A. G„ Longstreet's division, July 24, 1862; 
lieutenant-colonel A. A. G., Longstreet's corps, June 23, 
1863; brigadier-general, October 31, 1864. 

Brigade composed of the 2d, 22d, 48th and 64th Georgia 
regiments of infantry, and the 2d and 10th Georgia bat- 
talions of infantry, Mahone's division, A. P. Hill's corps, 
A. N. Va. 

Died near Roanoke, Va., August 10, 1901. 

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STAFF. 
Hughes, Sidney, major com'y. 
McWhorter, W. H., major Q. M., 



Perry, Heman H., captain A. A. G., Novemmber, 1864. 
Spencer, , lieutenant A. D. C, November, 1864. 

ISAAC M. St. JOHN. 

Captain corps of engineers, C. S. A., February 15, 1862; 
major of artillery and superintendent of Nitre and 
Mining corps, April 18, 1862; lieutenant-colonel Nitre and 
Mining corps, May 28, 1863; brigadier-general and com- 
missary-general, C. S. A., February 16, 1865. Died April 
7, 1880. 

STAFF. 

French, S. B., major A. C. S., 1865. 

Noland, B. P., major A. C. S., 1865. 

Williams, T. G., colonel A. C. S., 1865. 

MARCELLUS A. STOVAIX. 

Lieutenant-colonel 3d Georgia battalion, October 8, 
1861; brigadier-general, January 20, 1863. 

Brigade composed of the 40th, 42d, 43d, 52d and, per- 
haps, the '41st Georgia regiments of infantry, and 1st 
regiment Georgia State Line, Stewart's division, Hood's 
corps, Army of Tennessee. Former command composed 
of the 1st, 3d and 4th Florida, 6th North Carolina and 
47th Georgia regiments of infantry, Breckenridge's 
division. Commanding Preston's brigade, Army of Ten- 
nessee, May 25, 1863; commanding brigade in Brecken- 
ridge's division, Department of Mississippi and Eastern 
Louisiana, August, 1863. Died at Augusta, Ga., August 7, 
1895. 

STAFF. 

Dearing, Wm. P., lieutenant A. D. C, September 1, 1864. 
Dunham, Andrew, Jr., lieutenant ordance officer, March 
9, 1863. 

Hanson, A. J., lieutenant A. D. C, May 24, 1863. 
Hull, Harvey H., captain A. I. G., 1861. 
Hull, J. H., captain, September 19, 1863. 
Triestra, Gregory, A. A. A. G., November 1, 1863. 
Weakley, T. P., major A. C. S., September 1, 1862. 
Webb, John, major A. Q. M., June 24, 1863. 
Whitehead, J. P. C, Jr., captain A. A. G., May 24, 1863. 
Evans, H., major C. S., December 18, 1863. 

BRYAN MOREL THOMAS. 

Cadet U. S. Military Academy, July 1, 185S; brevet 2d 

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lieutenant 8th infantry, July, 1858; 2d lieutenant 5th in- 
fantry, January 19, 1859; resigned April 6, 1861. 

1st lieutenant corps of infantry, C. S. A., April 3, 1861; 
major corps of infantry, 1862; commanding 8th Alabama 
infantry — ; commanding cavalry battalion of independ- 
ent companies, 1864; commanding 12th Missisippi cav- 
alry, 1864; brigadier-general, August 4, 1864. 

Brigade composed of 1st Alabama Reserves, Col. Dan- 
iel E. Huger; 2d Alabama Reserves, Lieutenant-Colonel 
Junius A. Law; 21st Alabama regiment of infantry, 
Lieutenant-Colonel James M. Williams, District of the 
Gulf, General Dabney H. Maury commanding. Died at 
Dalton, Ga., July 16, 1905. 

EDWARD L. THOMAS. 

Colonel 35th Georgia regiment of infantry, October 15, 
1861; brigadier-general, November 1, 1862. 

Brigade composed of the 14th, 35th, 45th and 49th 
Georgia regiments of infantry, the 3d Louisiana battal- 
ion of infantry, and Captain Davidson's light battery of 
artillery, Pender's division, A. P. Hill's corps, Army of 
Northern Virginia. Died in Oklahoma, March 8, 1898. 

STAFF. 
Ginter, Lewis, major, October, 1862. 
Norwood, William, lieutenant, October, 1862; captain 
A. A. G., April, 1863, November 4, 1864. 
Tyler, John, lieutenant, October, 1862. 

ROBERT TOOMBS. 

Secretary of State, C. S. A., February 21, 1861; briga- 
dier-general July 19, 1861; resigned March 4, ,A§6.3. 

Brigade composed of the 2d, 15th, 17th andZ&Oth Geor- 
gia regiments of infantry, and 1st regiment Georgia Reg- 
ulars, Longstreet's corps, Army of Northern Virginia. 

Died at Washington, Ga., December 15, 1885. 

STAFF. 

Alexander, W. F., major A. Q. M., July 19, 1861; A. 
A. D. C, June, 1862. 

Du Bose, D. M., captain A. A. G., June, 1862; captain 
A. D. C, October, 1862. 

Erwin, John B., colonel Volunteer A. D. C. 

Hill, A. A. F., captain 1st Georgia Regulars, A. A. D. 
C, Oct., 1862. 

Lamar, G. De Rosset, captain A. D. C, October, 1862. 

Troup, J. Robert, captain A. D. C, June, 1862. 

Rains, T. A., senior surgeon December 31, 1862. 

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Hill, R. C, major A. A. G., August 9, 1861. 
Lamar, W. T., captain , October, 1862. 

DAVID EMANUEL TWIGGS. 

Captain 8th infantry U. S. A., March, 1812; major 28th 
infantry, September, 1814; honorably discharged June 15 
1815. Reenlisted as captain 7th infantry December, 1815 
with brevet of major from September 21, 1814; trans 
f erred to 1st infcantry December 14, 1821; major May 14 
1825; lieutenant-colonel 4th infantry July 15, 1831; col 
onel 2d dragoons June 8, 1836; brigadier-general June 
30, 1846; brevet major-general September 23, 1846, for 
gallant and meritorious conduct in the several conflicts 
at Monterey, Mexico. Received by resolution of the 
United States Congress March 20, 1847, the presentation 
of a sword "in testimony of the high sense entertained 
by Congress of his gallantry and good conduct in storm- 
ing Monterey." Military governor of Vera Cruz, 1848; 
in command of the Department of Texas, February, 
1861; joined the Confederacy. 

Major-general P. A. C. S., May 22, 1861. 

Commanding military District of Louisiana, April 17, 
1861. Died July 15, 1862. 

STAFF. 

Beltzhoover D., major Louisiana artillery, A. A. A. G., 
June 1, 1861. 

Devereaux, John G., 1st lieutenant artillery, A. A. A. 
G., August 6, 1861. 

Devereaux, John D., lieutenant A. A. A. G., Aug. 28, 
1861. 

Hebert, P. 0., colonel of artillery and chief of engi- 
neers, Feb. 19, 1861. 

Haden, J. M., surgeon, Sept. 7, 1861. 

Higgins, E., captain Louisiana artillery, A. D. C, June 
1, 1861. 

Major, James P., lieutenant A. D. C, June 1, 1861. 

Manning, T. C, A. D. C, Aug., 1861. 

Nichols, W A., A. A. G., Feb 18, 1861. 

Palfrey, E. A., captain A. C. S. and chief Commissary 
Department No. 1, July 24, 1861. 

Smith, M. L., major of engineers, July 22, 1861. 

Stickney, George W., chaplain, Sept. 21, 1861. 

WILLIAM HENRY TALBOT WALKER. 

Cadet U. S. Military Academy July 1, 1837; brevet 2d 
lieutenant 6th infantry July, 1837; 2d lieutenant July 

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31, 1837; 1st lieutenant February 1, 1838; brevet 1st lieu- 
tenant Dec. 25, 1837, for gallant and good conduct in war 
against the Florida Indians. Resigned Oct. 31, 1838 (?). 
1st lieutenant 6th infantry November, 1840, to rank 
from February 1, 1838; captain November 7, 1845; com- 
mandant of cadets, U. S. Military Academy, 1854-'56; 
major 10th infantry March, 1855; brevet major August 
20, 1847, for gallant and meritorious conduct in the 
battles of Contreras and Churubusco, Mexico, and lieu- 
tenant-colonel September 8, 1847, for gallant and meri- 
torious conduct in the battle of Molino del Rey. Re- 
signed December 20, 1860. 

Major-general 1st division Georgia State volunteers 
April 25, 1861; brigadier-general May 25, 1861; resigned 
October 29, 1861. Intermediately, brigadier-general of 
Georgia State troops. Reappointed brigadier-general 
February 9, 1863 ; major-general May 23, 1863. 

Assigned to command of 2d brigade at Pensacola, Fla., 
June 3, 1861; commanding 3d brigade 2d army corps, 
Army of the Mississippi; commanding division in D. H. 
Hill's corps, Army of Tennessee. Division composed of 
brigades of Liddell, Walthall, Ector and Wilson; after- 
wards of brigades of Mercer, Jackson^JjlstTmd Stevens. 
In October 1863, division composed of "brigades of Gregg, 
Gist and Wilson. Killed near Atlanta,, Ga., February 22, 
1864. 

STAFF. 

Anderson, R. H., captain A. D. C. and A. A. A. G„ 
June, 1861. 

Crump, S. H., captain A. I. G., Sept. 20, 1863. 

Cumming, Joseph B., captain A. A. G., March 3, 1863. 
NOTE. — We learn, unofficially, that Joseph B. Cumming-, of 
Georgia, at the time of the battle of Chickamauga, September, 
1863, was chief of staff, with rank of major, of the division of 
Major-General W. H. T. Walker. We are told, further, that he 
was assigned to the command of a battalion, with rank of lieu- 
tenant-colonel, early in 1865, but, the War ending, he never 
assumed specified command. 

Dearing, Alfred L., major A. C. S., April 30, 1862. 

Lamar, G. De Rosset, lieutenant A. D. C, May 3, 1863. 

Magruder, Lawson W., 2d lieutenant ordnance officer, 
May 2, 1863. 

Talbot, M. H., captain volunteer A. D. C, Sept. 20, 
1863. 

Tilton, Nathaniel O., major A. Q. M., May 2, 1863. 

Troup, S. Robert, captain A. A. G., May 3, 1863. 

Heard, T. R., major Q. M., September 17, 1863. 

Jackson, Henry, 2d lieutenant A. D. C, January, 1863. 

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HENRY C. WAYNE. 

Cadet U. S. Military Academy, July 1, 1838; promoted 
1st lieutenant 1st artillery May 16, 1S42; on quartermas- 
ter duty during war with Mexico, 1846-'47; brevetted 
major for gallantry at Battles of Churubusco and Con- 
treras; connected with quartermaster dept. from 1848 
to 1860; resigned from U. S. Army in 1860. 

Adjutant and inspector-general of the State of Geor- 
gia, with rank of colonel, November 12, 1860. Adjutant 
and inspector-general of the State of Georgia, with rank 
of major-general, November 30, 1861. Brigadier-general 
P. A. C. S., December 16, 1861; declined the appointment. 
Died, March 15, 1883. 
NOTE. — Among- General Wayne's notable colleagues on Gov- 
ernor Brown's military staff during the War was Hon. Irs. R- 
Foster, Georgia's efficient Quartermaster-General. 

JOSEPH WHEELER. 

Cadet U. S. Military Academy, July 1, 1859; brevet 
2d lieutenant 1st dragoons, July 1, 1859; transferred to 
mounted rifles June 26, 1860; 2d lieutenant September 1, 
1860. Resigned April 22, 1861. 

1st lieutenant corps of artillery, C. S. A., April 3, 1861; 
colonel 19th regiment Alabama volunteers September 4, 
1861; brigadier-general October 30, 1862; major-general 
January 20, 1863. 

It has been unofficially claimed that General Joseph 
Wheeler was, before the close of the War, promoted to 
the grade of lieutenant-general, P. A. C. S. The War 
Department, Washington, D. C, has this to say on the 
subject of his rank: "The parole roll of General Joseph 
Wheeler, C. S. Army, has not been found on file, but to 
a letter to General Halleck, dated from the steamer 
W. P. Clide, near Fort Monroe, Va., May 20, 1865, in 
which he asked to be released on parole, he signs him- 
self 'J. Wheeler, Major-General, C. S. Army.' " 

Brigade composed of the 17th, 18th and 19th Alabama 
regiments, and 2d Texas regiment, April, 1862. Assigned 
to cavalry July 18, 1862. Brigade composed of 1st anfl 
2d Mississippi regiments, 1st and 3d Alabama regiments, 
2d Arkansas regiment and 8th Confederate regiment 
from July 20 to August 16, 1862. Brigade composed of 
1st and 3d Alabama regiments until September 16, when 
it was reinforced by 1st Kentucky, 1st Confederate, and 
3d Georgia regiments. Oct. 1, 1862, in command of cav- 
alry in Kentucky. Oct. 13, chief of cavalry of department; 

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command consisting of brigades of Colonels John H. 
Mergan, John A. Wharton, and the old Wheeler brigade, 
commanded by Colonel W. W. Allen. Nov. 20, chief of 
cavalry, Army of Tennessee; command composed of old 
brigade commanded by Colonel Jas. Hagan, and brigade 
of brigadier-general John A. Wharton; after December 
20, 1863, of brigade of Brigadier-general John Pegram. 
January 20 in command of cavalry, Army of Tennessee, 
composed of bridgades of Brigadier-generals N. B. For- 
rest, John A. Wharton, Wm. T. Martin and John H. Mor- 
gan; Mch. 15, 1863, commanding army corps of cavalry 
composed of divisions of Brigadier-generals Jno. H. Mor- 
gan, W. T. Martin and John A. Wharton, each division 
composed of two brigades. Jnne 20, 1863, Morgan's divi- 
sion detached. Sept. 28, 1863, in command of cavalry, 
Army of Tennessee, composed of the divisions of Briga- 
dier-generals Wm. T. Martin, John A. Wharton and H. B. 
Davidson. November 20, 1863, corps composed of divis- 
ions of Major-generals John A. Wharton, Wm. T. Martin, 
John H. Kelly, and Brigadier-general Frank C. Arm- 
strong; November 27 Martin's and Armstrong's division's 
detached. November 30, 1863, command composed of 
General Kelly's division, comprising Allen's and Grigs- 
by's brigades, and Davidson's division, composed of 
Humes' and Ashby's brigades. May 10, 1864, command 
composed of Major-general Martin's division, comprising 
Brigadier-generals Iverson's and John T. Morgan's bri- 
gades; Brigadier-general Humes' division, comprising 
brigades of Harrison and Colonel McKensie; Brigadier- 
general Kelly's division, comprising brigades of Ashby 
and Allen, afterwards Anderson's; also the brigade of 
Brigadier-general John S. Williams, formerly Grigsby's 
brigade; Brigadier-general Wm .H. Jackson's division, 
comprising brigades of Ferguson, Armstrong and Ross, 
directed to report directly to Gen'l Jos. E. Johnston, but 
was often under Gen'l Wheeler's command. August 10, 
1864, command consisted of divisions of Gen'l W. W. Al- 
len fTormerly Martin's), W. Y. C. Humes and J. H. Kelly, 
and brigade of Brigadier-general John S. Williams; Air 
gust 22, 1864, Kelly's division, Williams' brigade and Di 
brell's brigade of Humes' division were detached, remain- 
ing absent in West Virginia until November 30. Novem 
ber 30, command composed of divisions of Brigadier-gen 
eral W. W. Allen, comprising brigades of Colonel C. C. 
Crews and James Hagan; Brigadier-general W. Y. C 
Humes' division, comprising brigades of General Thos. 

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Harrison and Colonel Ashby; Brigadier-general Alfred 
Iverson's division, composed of brigades of Brigadier- 
general S. W. Ferguson and Joseph H. Lewis. 
Died at Brooklyn Heights, N. Y., January 25, 1906. 

STAFF 

Bellinger, John, 2d lieutenant A. D. C, July 1, 18(54. 

Brewer, R., captain A. D. C, December, 1863. Killed 
June, 1864. 

Burford, B. S., 1st lieutenant A. A. G., Oct. 30, 1862; 
major, A. A. G., January 20, 1863. 

Clawston, J. G., lieutenant A. D. C, July, 1863. 

Chaffle, O. P., major Q. M., May 20, 1863. 

Chapman, Henry, 2d lieutenant I. G., Dec. 10, 1864. 

Cochran, J. W., lieutenant I. G. March 1, 1864; pro- 
visional lieutenant colonel. 

Dunlap, W W., lieutenant-colonel A. D. C, June 27, 
1863. 

Elliott, Samuel N., major A. D. C. March 1, 1865. 

Elmore, Vincent M., captain inspector-general Dec. 26, 
J862; provisional major. 

Garnett, O. V., captain assistant surgeon March 7, 
1862. 

Gibbons, J. L., captain A. Q. M. March 4, 1865. 

Grenfel, G. St. Leger, lieutenant-colonel volunteer A. 
D. C. Dec. 30, 1862; lieutenant-colonel, inspector-general 
March 1, 1863. 

Grigsby, J. Warren, colonel chief of staff Jan.-March, 
1863, Jan. 14, 1865. 

Harris, Wm. Hooper, captain A. Q. M. Dec. 10, 1862; 2d 
lieutenant inspector-general Oct. 30, 1862, and A. D. C. 
Jan. 20, 1863. 

Hill, William E., lieutenant inspector-general 1862. 

Hodgson, Telfair, captain volunteer A. D. C, Dec. 21, 
1862. 

Hudson, Marcellus G., lieutenant A. D. C. July 1, 1863; 
promoted major adjutant-general Nov., 1864. 

Humes, W. Y. C, major chief artillery March 15, 1863; 
promoted brigadier-general Nov. 16, 1863. 

Jenkins, D. C, major inspector-general July 10, 1864. 

Jones, Thomas M., lieutenant ordn. department, July, 
1863. 

Kerr, S. P., captain ordnance officer, July 1, 1863. 

Kidd, Joseph, captain A. Q. M. July 20, 1862. 

King, Hugh M., colonel A. D. C. Jan. 3, 1863. 

Labouisse, John W., captain A. A. & I. G., July 3, 1894. 

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Lacy, Richard F., 2d lieutenant A. D. C. and engineer 
May 3, 1863. 

Ledyard, Edward S., lieutenant volunteer A. D. C, 
Dec. 25, 1863. 

Lewis, Earnest S., major surgeon Oct. 7, 1864. 

Lowery, David, lieutenant A. D. C. Dec. 12, 1862; 
killed Oct. 27, 1864. 

Lynch, Frank, major surgeon Nov., 1862. 

Martin, Andrew B., 2d lieutenant A. A. G. Dec. 15, 1864 

McGuirk, John, lieutenant-colonel volunteer A. D. (5. 
Oct., 1862; A. A. G. Sept. 26, 1862. 

Mclntire, Hamilton, lieutenant A. D. C. Dec. 18, 1862. 

Norris, , 2d lieutenant A. A. G. Feb. 2, 1865. 

Norton, Sam. E., captain Q. M. Sept. 1, 1862; promoted 
major. 

Parker, W. A., lieutenant ordnance officer Feb. 1, 1865. 

Patton, , 2d lieutenant A. D. C. Aug. 25, 1863. 

Killed Sept. 12, 1863. 

Patterson, James, 2d lieutenant A. D. C. Killed June 
16, 1863. 

Pointer, E., 2d lieutenant A. D. C. Feb. 28, 1864. 
Killed March 10, 1864. 

Pointer, Marcellus, lieutenant A. D. C. July 18, 1862; 
wounded and transferred to hospital Oct., 1863; promoted 
lieutenant-colonel 12th Alabama Dec, 1864. 

Powell, Thos. E., captain inspector-general Jan. 20, 
1863. 

Prentice, Clarence J., major volunteer A. D. C, Dec. 
1, 1862. 

Raffin, Wm, captain A. C. S. July 20, 1862. 

Rawle, Ed., captain inspector-general June 1, 1863. 

Reed, Duff G., captain A. A. G. Aug. 10, 1862. 

Reese, Warren S., captain I. G. Nov. 30, 1862. Killed. 

Robertson, F. H., lieutenant-colonel chief artillery Jan. 
1, 1864; promoted brigadier-general July 26, 1864; 
wounded and permanently disabled Nov. 28, 1864. 

Rogers, Charles G., lieutenant colonel I. G. June 1, 1863. 

Rudd, I., captain volunteer A. D. C. Nov. 1, 1862. 
Killed Nov. 27, 1862. 

Ryan, R. B., lieutenant engineer officer, Nov. 20, 1864. 

Saunders, D. D., captain assistant surgeon Sept. 1, 
1861. 

Shannon, A. N., lieutenant-colonel chief of scouts 
March 2, 1865. 

Sparks, Wm. H., captain A. T). c. May 20, 1864. Killed 
July 22, 1864. 

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Stafford, J. C, lieutenant A. D. C. June 21, 18G4. 

Stanford, Frank A., major surgeon Dec. 21, 1862. 

Staples, Thomas J., lieutenant A. D. C. July 3, 1864. 
Killed July 22, 1864. 
Steele, S. W., captain engineers, Nov. 1, 1862. 

Stewart, J. M., 2d lieutenant engineer Dec. 16, 1864. 

Taylor, George L., lieutenant A. D. C. Nov. 12, 1862. 
Killed Dec. 27, 1862. 

Thomas, Breck C. (G.?), major chief com'y Jan. 30, 
1863. 

Tracy, E. D., lieutenant-colonel A. A. G. July 20, 1862. 
Promoted brigadier-general. 

Turner, Geo., captain inspector general May 1, 18G3. 

Wailes, Wm. B., major adjutant-general Sept., 1864. 
Lieutenant A. D. C. Aug. 30, 1862; wounded and trans- 
ferred to hospital Jan. 5, 1863. 

Walker, Clifton, lieutenant A. D. C. July 20, 1862. 

Warren, Herbert C., 2d lieutenant ordnance depart- 
ment Aug. 20, 1864. 

Watkins, J. C, captain A. D. C. Feb. 20, 1864. Killed 
July 22, 1864. 

CLAUDIUS C. WILSON. 

Colonel 25th Georgia regiment of infantry September 
2, 1861; brigadier-general November 16, 1863. 

Brigade composed of the 13th, 25th, 29th and 30th 
Georgia regiments of infantry, the 1st battalion Georgia 
Sharpshooters and the 4th Louisiana battalion of infan- 
try, Army of Tennessee. Died November 24, 1863. 

STAFF. 

Bacon, W D„ captain and A. Q. M. 

Lester, Rufus E., captain and A. A. G. 

WILLIAM T. WOFFORD. 

Colonel 18th Georgia regiment of infantry 1862; briga- 
dier-general January 17, 1863. 

Brigade composed of the 16th, 18th and 24th Georgia 
regiments of infantry, Cobb's Georgia Legion, P-hillips' 
Georgia Legion, and 3d battalion Georgia Sharpshooters, 
McLaws' division, Longstreet's corps, Army of Northern 
Virginia. 

Died May 22, 1884. 

STAFF. 
Woolley, A. F., captain A. A. G. Nov. 4, 1864. 
Hackett, J. T., captain A. A. G., Dec. 9, 1863. 
Patton, A. H., captain A. A. G., February 17, 1863. 

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Wofford, W. L., lieutenant A. D. C, May 25, ISS3. 
Lumkin, F., captain A. Q. M., April 29, 1864. 

AMBROSE RANSOM WRIGHT. 

Colonel 3d Georgia regiment of infantry May 8, 1861; 
colonel 38th Georgia Infantry, October 15, 1861; resigned 
April 23, 1962; Brigadier-General, June 3, 1862; general, 
November 26, 1864. 

Brigade composed of the 3d, 22d, 46th and 48th Geor- 
gia regiments of infantry, and 2d Georgia battalion, An- 
derson's division, A. P. Hill's corps, Army of Northern 
Virginia. 

Division composed of the brigades of Mercer and John 
K. Jackson. 

Died December 21, 1872. 

STAFF. 
Bell, R. H., captain A. D. C. at the battle of Chancel- 
lorsville, May 3, 1863. 

Dickinson, A. G., captain A. A. G. June, 1862. 
Girardey, V. J. B., captain A. A. G. June-July, 1862; 
battle of Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863. 

Hazlehurst, Wm, lieutenant A. D. C. at battle of Chan- 
cellorsville, May 3, 1863. 
Perry, W. H., captain A. A. G. Nov. 4, 1864. 
Snead, Claiborne, captain A. A. G. May 17, 1863. 
Whitehead, Chas. L., captain volunteer A. D. C, June- 
July, 1862. 

Beall, Julius, C. A., captain A. D. C, May 3, 1863. 
NOTE. — Colonel Francis Stebbins Bartow, of 8th Georgia In- 
fantry, who fell at First Battle of Manassas, Va., July 21, 1861, 
and Colonel Edward S. Willis, of 12th Georgia Infantry, who 
fell in affair at Bethesda Church, Va., May 30, 1864, were both 
gallant officers, and, had they lived, would, doubtless, have 
been promoted to the grade of brigadier-general, P. A. C. S. 

GILBERT J. WRIGHT. 

Appointed from Georgia. A colonel (of Cavalry Bat- 
talion, Cobb's Georgia-Legion, - and of the 9th Georgia 
cavalry,) in command of General P. M. B. Young'a old 
brigade. He was, on promotion of General Young t» 
grade of major-general, P. A. C. S., in Dec, 1864, as- 
signed to this brigade. His brigade, was composed 
of the Cobb and Phillips Georgia legions, the Jeff 
Davis Mississippi Legion, the 10th Georgia cavalry regi- 
ment, and Millen's 20th battalion of Georgia Partisan 
Rangers — all cavalry commands — Army of Northern Vir- 
ginia. Died June 3, 1905. 

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If Colonel Gilbert J. Wright had a staff, it was that of 
the former brigadier-general commanding, General P M. 
B. Young. There is no record of any appointed by him- 
self. 

FIERCE MANNING BUTLER YOUNG. 

Second lieutenant corps of artillery C. S. A., April, 
1861; first lieutenant corps of artillery, C. S. A., June, 
1861; aide-de-camp to General W. H. T. Walker; first 
lieutenant and adjutant Cobb's Legion, July 24, 1861; 
major Cobb's Legion, Sept. 5, 1861; lieutenant-colonel 
Cobb's Legion, Nov. 15, 1862; colonel Cobb's Legion, Dec, 
1862; brigadier-general Sept. 28, 1863; major-general Dec. 
30, 1864. 

Brigade composed of Cobb's Legion, the Jeff Davis 
Legion, Phillips' Legiori and 7th Georgia cavalry (all 
cavalry), Hampton's division, Army of Northern Vir- 
ginia. In November, 1864, the 10th regiment Georgia 
cavalry was substituted for the 7th Georgia cavalry, and 
Millen's battalion of Georgia cavalry was added. Divi- 
sion composed of the brigades of Lewis, Ferguson and 
Harrison. 

Died in New York City July 6, 1896. 

STAFF. 

Church, William L., captain A. A. G. 1863; promoted 
major May, 1864, March, 1865. 

Edelin, Thos. Boyd, captain A. I. G., 1863; promoted 
major; afterwards colonel 6th North Carolina cavalry. 

Glenn, John W., captain ordnance officer, 1864. 

Jones, John M., lieutenant A. D. C. 1863; promoted to 
captain 1864. 

Lumpkin, Miller G., major com'y 1863. 

Painer, , Doctor division, captain, chaplain. 

Thomas, J. P., lieutenant A. D. C, 1864. 

Williams, Thomas H., captain A. Q. M. ; promoted 
major. 



OFFICERS OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES NA- 
VY APPOINTED FROM GEORGIA, 1861-1865. 

(Note. — In many instances the records do not disclose 
the State from which the officer was appointed; hence, 
there will be omissions.) 

ANDERSON, EDWIN M. 

Born in Georgia. Midshipman, November 18, 1861. 
Midshipman Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. 
Abroad 1862-4; C. S. S. Alabama, 1864. 

ANDREWS, WILLIAM. 

Born in Georgia. Acting midshipman July 20, 1861. 
Killed at Gibraltar on C. S. S. Sumter, October 15, 1862, 
by, Acting Master's Mate J. T. Hester, C. S. Navy. 

ARMSTRONG, AENEAS. 

Born in Georgia. Resigned as lieutenant U. S. Navy, 
November 21, 1860. First lieutenant, April 24, 1862. 
Dismissed January 9, 1864. First lieutenant, Provis- 
ional Navy (nominated), to rank from July 26, 1864. 

Served on C. S. S. Sampson, 1863. C. S. S. Fredericks- 
burg, 1865. Drowned in the sinking of steam packet 
boat Hornet by collision with steamer Allison. 

ARMSTRONG, RICHARD FIELDER. 

Born in Georgia. Resigned as acting midshipman, U. 

5. Navy, January 30, 1861. Midshipman, April 17, 1861. 
Acting master, September 24, 1861. Lieutenant for the 
war, February 8, 1862. Second lieutenant, October 23, 
1862, to rank from October 2, 1862. First lieutenant 
Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864, to rank from January 

6, 1864. 

Served on C. S. S. Sumter, 1861-2; C. S. S. Alabama, 
1864; assisted in the defense of Battery Buchanan in 
the attack by the Union forces upon Fort Fisher, Decem- 
ber 23-25, 1864; gallant conduct commended. 

BAILEY, JOHN H. 

Born in Georgia. Third assistant engineer June 15, 

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1861. Second assistant engineer Provisional Navy. June 
2, 1864. 

Naval station, Savannah, Ga., 1863. C. S. S. Rich- 
mond, 1864. 

BERRIEN, THOMAS M. 

Born in Georgia. Resigned as acting midshipman (U. 
S. N.), January 26, 1861. Acting midshipman, July 8, 

1861. Midshipman Provisional Navy June 2, 1864. 
Passed midshipman Provisional Navy (date not given). 

Served on C. S. S. Savannah, 1863. Schoolship Patrick 
Henry, 18G4. C. S. S. Chickamauga, 1864. Ordered to 
C. S. S. Macon, August 19, 1864. 

BORCHERT, GEORGE A. 

Born in Georgia. Formerly midshipman, U. S. Navy. 
Midshipman, July 25, 1861. Master, July 25, 1861. 
Second lieutenant, February 8, 1862. First lieutenant, 
January 7, 1864, to rank from October 2, 1862. First 
lieutenant Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864, to rank from 
January 6, 1864. 

Served on C. S. S. Baltic, 1862-3. C. S. S. Rappahan- 
nock, 1863-4. Abroad, 1864. Ordered to C. S. S. Stone- 
wall, January 10, 1865. Killed in Central America (date 
not given). 

BULLOCH, JAMES D. 

Born in Georgia. Resigned as lieutenant, U. S. Navy, 
October 5, 1854. Commander for the war, October 23, 

1862, to rank from January 17, 1862. Commander Pro- 
visional Navy (nominated), to rank from May 13, 1864. 

Ordered to command steamer Fingal, November 10, 
1861. Special service abroad, as financial agent of the 
Navy Department, 1862-4. 

BULLOCH, JAMES D., JR. 

Born in Georgia. Midshipman, August 29, 1861. Mid- 
shipman Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. 

Served on C. S. S. Alabama, 1862-3. Abroad, 1863-4. 

BARTER, BARRON. 

Born in Georgia. Resigned as acting midshipman, 
U. S. Navy, January 25, 1861. Acting midshipman, July 
8, 1861. Midshipman Provisional Navy, June 2, 1S64. 
' Served on C. S. S. Georgia, 1862-3. C. S. S. Isondiga; 
detached and ordered to C. S. S. Savannah, August 19, 
1863. C. S. S. Patrick Henry, 1863-4. 

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CHARLTON, THOMAS J. 

Born in Georgia. Resigned as assistant surgeon, U. S. 
Navy, December 18, 1860. Assistant surgeon, April 2, 

1862. Passed assistant surgeon, September 13, 1862. 
Passed assistant surgeon Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. 

Served on C. S. S. Georgia, 1862. Special service 
abroad, 1863-4. C. S. S. Florida, 1864; prisoner on U. 
S. S. Wachusett, October 7, 1864. 

CHASE, WILLIAM H. 

Born in Georgia. Assistant paymaster, February 26, 

1863. Assistant paymaster Provisional Navy, June 2, 
1864. 

Special service under Commander Frederick Chatard, 
C. S. Navy, 1864. 

CLAYTON, WILLIAM FORCE. 

Born in Georgia. Acting midshipman, October 5, 1861. 
Midshipman Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. Passed 
midshipman Provisional Navy. 

Served on C. S. S. Richmond, 1862-3. C. S. S. Patrick 
Henry, 1864. Savannah Squadron; C. S. S. Georgia; 
detached September 1, 1864, and ordered to C. S. S. 
Sampson; ordered to C. S. S. Macon, March 22, 1865. 

COHEN, M. J. 

Born in Georgia. Third assistant engineer July 29, 
1863. Third assistant engineer Provisional Navy, June 
2, 1864. 

Served on C. S. S. Palmetto State, 1863-4. Charleston 
Squadron, 1864. 

DANIEL, GEORGE C. 

Born in . Assistant surgeon Provisional Navy, 

(nominated), September 6, 1864. 
Semmes Naval Brigade, 1865. 

DIGGERS, GEORGE. 

Born in Georgia. Third assistant engineer November 
28, 1863. 

Special service, 1863-4. 

FLOURNOY, ROBERT. 

Born in Georgia. Resigned as acting midshipman, U. 
S. Navy, January 12, 1861. Acting midshipman, July 
8, 1861. Resigned, July 9, 1864. 

Served on C. S. S. Georgia, 1862-3. 

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FORD, THEODOSIUS BARTOW. 

Born in Georgia. Assistant surgeon, May 15, 1861. 
Assistant surgeon, October 23, 1862, to rank from Oc- 
tober 2, 1862. Assistant surgeon Provisional Navy, June 
2, 1864. 

Served on C. S. S. Gaines, 1862-3. Ordered from C. 
S. S. Resolute to C. S. S. Isondiga, December 11, 1863, 
on temporary duty. C. S. S. Savannah, 1863-4. C.^S. S. 
Isondiga, May 13, 1864. C. S. S. Sampson, February 28, 
1865. 

FOSTER, J. L. 

Born in Georgia. Second assistant engineer, December 
29, 1862. Second assistant engineer, May 21, 1863. 
Second assistant engineer Provisional Navy, June 2, 
1864. 

Served on C. S. S. Isondiga, 1863-4. 

GRAVES, CHARLES J. 

Born in Georgia. Formerly lieutenant, U. S. Navy. 
First lieutenant, December 27, 1861. First lieutenant, 
October 23, 1863 (2?), to rank from October 2, 1862. 
First lieutenant, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864, to rank 
from January 6, 1864. 

Served on C. S. S. Morgan, 1862-3. Special service 
abroad, 1863-4. C. S. S. Virginia (No. 2) ; flag lieutenant 
to Flag Officer John K. Mitchell, 1865. 

GRAVES, HENRY E. 

Born in Georgia. Second lieutenant Marine Corps, 
October 24, 1862. First lieutenant Marine Corps (nomi- 
nated), December, 1863. 

Served on C. S. S. Savannah; order dated July 20, 
1863. Ordered February 1, 1864, to report to Flag Offi- 
cer Tattnall, commanding Savannah station. 

GREENHOW, J. W. B. 

Born in Georgia. Formerly passed assistant surgeon, 
U. S. Navy. Surgeon, August 2, 1861. Surgeon, October 
23, 1862, to rank from March 26, 1861. Surgeon Pro- 
visional Navy, June 2, 1864. 

Prisoner; paroled off Roanoke Island, N. C, February 
12, 1862. Naval station, Wilmington, N. C, 1863-4. 
Fleet surgeon, Wilmington, N. C, 1864. 
HAEE, WILBTIRN B. 

Born in South Carolina. Resigned as midshipman, U. 
S. Navy, March 7, 1861. Acting midshipman, April 16, 

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1861. Master, July 24, 1861. Acting lieutenant, Sep- 
tember 19, 1861. Lieutenant for the war, February 8, 

1862. First lieutenant, February 8, 1862. First lieu- 
tenant October 23, 1863 (2?), to rank from Ogtober 2, 
1862. First lieutenant Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864, 
to rank from January 6, 1864. 

Served on C. S. Steamers Huntress and Savannah, 
1861; Tuscaloosa, 1862-3; C. S. S. Patrick Henry, 1863-4; 
C. S. steamers Raleigh, Roanoke, Drewry and Virginia 
(No. 2), James River Squadron, 1864. 

HERTY, JAMES W. 

Born in Georgia. Formerly assistant surgeon, U. S. 
Navy. Assistant surgeon (nominated), February 10, 
1862. Passed assistant surgeon, October 25, 1862. Passed 
assistant surgeon Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. 

Prisoner at Hampton Roads, 1861; paroled, 1862. C. 
S. S. Richmond, 1862-3. C. S. S. Rappahannock, 1863-4. 
C. S. S. Stonewall, 1865. 

HOLCOMB, ISAAC C. 

Born in Georgia. Resigned as acting midshipman, U. 
S. Navy, January 19, 1861. Acting midshipman, May 16, 

1861. Passed midshipman, October 3, 1862. Master in 
line of promotion, January 7, 1864. Second lieutenant 
Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. 

Served on C. S. S. Savannah, 1862-3. Special service 
abroad, 1863-4. 

JOHNSON, WILBUR F. 

Born in ■ — ■. Second lieutenant Marine Corps, June 

29, 1861. First lieutenant Marine Corps (date not 
given). Resigned July 4, 1862. 

JOHNSTON, E. J. 

(Also found as Edward J. Johnson.) 

Born in Georgia. First assistant engineer, April 29, 

1862. Died, October 14, 1863. 

Served on C. S. S., Atlanta, Savannah Squadron, 1862-3. 

JONES, C. LUCTAN. 

Born in District of Columbia. Original entry into C. 
S. Navy, November 29, 1862. Assistant paymaster, Janu- 
ary 7, 1864, to rank from November 29, 1862. Assistant 
paymaster Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. 

Secretary to flag officer commanding Savannah Squad- 
ron, 1863. C. S. S. North Carolina, 1863-4. C. S. S. Tal- 
lahassee, 1864. 

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KEI/L, JOHN McINTOSH. 

Born in Georgia. Resigned as lieutenant, U. S. Navy, 
January 23, 1861. First lieutenant, March 26, 1861. 
First lieutenant, October 23, 1862, to rank from October 
2, 1862. Commander Provisional Navy (nominated), 
June, 1864, to rank from October 4, 1863. 

Served on C. S. S. Sumter, 1861-2. C. S. S. Alabama, 
1863-4. Commanding C. S. S. Richmond, 1865. 

LOW, JOHN. 

Born in Georgia. Master not in line of promotion, 
November 5, 1861. Lieutenant for the war, January 7, 
1864, to rank from August 25, 1863. First lieutenant 
Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864, to rank from January 
6, 1864. 

Ordered by Commander J. D. Bulloch, March 21, 1862, 
to take passage in the C. S. S. Florida to superintend 
her transfer to the C. S. Government. C. S. S. Alabama, 
1862-3. C. S. S. Tuscaloosa (also called Conrad, tender 
to C. S. S. Alabama), June 21, 1863-January 9, 1864. 

LUDDINGTON, W. A. 

Born in Georgia. Third assistant engineer July 4, 
1863. Third assistant engineer Provisional Navy, June 
2, 1S64. 

Served on C. S. S. Resolute, 1863-4. C. S. S. Torch, 
1864. 

McCarthy, l. a. 

Born in Georgia. Original entry into C. S. Navy, De- 
cember 29, 1862. Second assistant engineer, May 21, 
1863. 

Served on C. S. S. Savannah, Savannah Squadron, 
1863-4. 

Mcdonald, donald. 

Born in Georgia. Third assistant engineer, July 20, 
1863. Third assistant engineer Provisional Navy, June 
2, 1864. 

Served on C. S. S. Charleston, 1863-4. Ordered to C. 
S. S. Isondiga, September 23, 1864. 

McGRATH, J. W. 

Born in Georgia. Third assistant engineer, August 5, 
1863. Resigned January 12, 1864. Third assistant en- 
gineer Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. 

Served on C. S. S. Savannah, December 7, 1863-4. 

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MERIWETHER, JAMES A. 

Born in Georgia. Resigned as acting midshipman, U. 
S. Navy, January 22, 1861. Acting midshipman, May 
16, 1861. Passed midshipman, October 3, 1862. Resigned 
February 11, 1863. 

Served on C. S. S. Gaines, 1862-3. 

MAFFITT, EUGENE A. 

Born in Georgia. Acting midshipman, November 16, 
1861. Midshipman, Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. 
Served on C. S. S. Alabama, 1862-4. 

MORRIS, CHARLES MANIGAULT. 

Born in South Carolina. Resigned as lieutenant, XL 
S. Navy, January 29, 1861. First lieutenant, March 26, 
1861. First lieutenant, October 23, 1862, to rank from 
October 2, 1862. First lieutenant Provisional Navy, June 
2, 1864, to rank from January 6, 1864. 

Naval rendevous, Savannah, Ga., 1862-3. Commanding 
C. S. S. Florida from January, 1864, till captured in 
Bahia Harbor, Brazil, October 7, 1864. 

MOSES, RAPHAEL J. 

Born in Florida. Resigned as acting midshipman, IT. 
S. Navy, January 23, 1861. Acting midshipman, July 
8, 1861. Midshipman Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. 
Master in line of promotion (nominated), November, 
1864. 

Savannah Squadron, 1862-3. Abroad, 1864. Assigned 
to Battery Semmes, James River, October, 1864. 

MTERS, HENRY. 

Born in Georgia. Resigned as paymaster, U. S. Navy, 
February 1, 1861. Paymaster, March 26, 1861. Pay- 
master, October 23, 1862, to rank from March 26, 1861. 

Served on C. S. S. Sumter, 1861-2. Charleston Squad- 
ron, 1862-4. 

MYERS, JULIAN. 

Born in Georgia. Formerly lieutenant, U. S. Navy. 
First lieutenant, February 6, 1862. First lieutenant, 
October 23, 1862, to rank from October 2, 1862. First 
lieutenant Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864, to rank from 
January 6, 1864. 

Served on C. S. S. Huntsville, 1862-3. Commanding 
Tuscaloosa, Mobile Squadron, 1864. Commanding C. S. 

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S. Huntsville, November, 1864. Surrendered May 4, 
1865; paroled May 10, 1865. 

NEUFVILLE, EDWARD F. 

Born in Georgia. Second lieutenant, Marine Corps, 
March 6, 1863. 

Savannah Squadron, 1863-4. Detached from C. S. S. 
Savannah, August 1, 1864. 

NORRIS, JAMES R. 

Born in Georgia. Acting midshipman, October 6, 1861. 
Midshipman Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. 

Served on C. S. S. Morgan, 1862-3. C. S. S. Patrick 
Henry, 1863-4. 

READ, JACOB. 

Born in . Resigned as first lieutenant, U. S. 

Marine Corps, February 28, 1861. Captain, Marino 
Corps (date not given). Dismissed, February 1, 1863. 

SEYMOUR, DEWITT C. 

Born in Georgia. Assistant paymaster, October 20, 
1862. Assistant paymaster Provisional Navy, June 2, 
1864. 

Served on C. S. S. Georgia, 1862-4. 

SINCLAIR, ARTHUR, JR. 

Born in Georgia. Master not in line of promotion, 
April 1, 1862. Lieutenant for the war, January 7, 1864, 
to rank from August 25, 1863. First lieutenant Pro- 
visional Navy, June 2, 1864, to rank from January 6, 
1864. 

Served on C. S. R. S. United States, Gosport Navy 
Yard, 1861, as master's mate. C. S. S. Alabama, 1862-4. 

SMITH, IRA E. 

Born in . Assistant surgeon Provisional Navy 

(nominated), November, 1864. 
STILES, RANDOLPH R. 

Born in . Entered Confederate service as a 

private in the Richmond Howitzers July 20, 1861. 
Wounded at the battle of Cold Harbor, June, 1863. 
Second lieutenant Provisional Navy (date not given). 

Served on C. S. S. Richmond, 1865. 

TIFT, NELSON. 

Born in assistant paymaster (nominated), to 

rank from Oct. 1, 1864. 

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"Mr. Nelson Tift is nominated for the appointment of 
assistant paymaster to take charge of and superintend 
the naval flour mills and bakery at Albany, Ga., and to 
act as disbursing officer for the same." (President's 
Message, Nov. 9, 1864.) 

TATTNALL, JOHN R. F. 

Born in Connecticut. Formerly first lieutenant, U. S. 
Marine Corps. Captain Marine Corps, January 22, 1862. 
Savannah, Ga., 1863-4. 

TATTNALL, JO SI AH. 

Born in Georgia. Resigned as captain, U. S. Navy, 
February 21, 1861. Captain, March 26, 1861. Captain, 
October 23, 1862, to rank from March 26, 1861. 

In charge of naval defenses of South Carolina and 
Georgia, 1862. Commanding C. S. S. Virginia (Merri- 
mack), 1862. Commandant, Savannah, 1862-3. 

TIPTON, JOSEPH S. 

Born in Georgia. Assistant surgeon, May 1, 1863. 
Assistant surgeon Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. 

Naval station, Wilmington, N. C., 1863-4. Captured, 
May 5, 1864, in C. S. S. Bombshell, in Albemarle Sound, 
N. C. Ordered to C. S. S. Isondiga, September 21, 1864; 
detached September 26, 1864, and ordered to duty on 
board C. S. steamers Resolute and Firefly. 

WAYNE, WILLIAM A. 

Born in Georgia. Resigned as lieutenant, U. S. Navy, 
May 1, 1861. First lieutenant, June 20, 1861. Died 
August 4, 1863. 

Gosport Navy Yard, 1861-2. 

WILKES, G. G. 

Born in Georgia. Midshipman, October 14, 1862. Mid- 
shipman Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. 
Savannah station, 1862-3. 

WILKINS, G. A. 

Born in Georgia. Midshipman, October 14, 1862. Mid- 
shipman Provisional Navy, June 2, 1864. 
Charleston Squadron, 1863-'64. 

YONGE, BRAGG. 

Born in Georgia. Third assistant engineer, April 27, 
1863. 

Served on C. S. S. Savannah, 1863-4. 

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MEMBERS OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES CON- 
GRESS FROM GEORGIA. 

Provisional Congress. 

First session assembled at Montgomery, Ala., February 4, 
1861. Adjourned March 16, 1861, to meet second Monday in 
May. 

Second session (called) met at Montgomery, Ala., April 29, 
1861. Adjourned May 21, 1861. 

Third session met at Richmond, Va., July 20, 1861. Ad- 
journed August 31, 1861. 

Fourth session (called) met at Richmond, Va., September 
3, 1861. Adjourned same day. 

Fifth session met at Richmond, Va., November 18, 1861. 
Adjourned February 17, 1862. 

Members from Georgia. 

Francis S. Bartow. Killed at Manassas, Va., July 21, 1861. 

Nathan Bass. Admitted January 14, 1862. 

Howell Cobb. 

Thomas R. R. Cobb. 

Martin J. Crawford. 

Thomas M. Foreman. Admitted August 7, 1861. 

Benjamin H. Hill. 

Augustus H. Kenan. 

Eugenius A. Nisbet. 

Alexander H. Stephens. 

Robert Toombs. 

Augustus R. Wright. 

It is interesting to remember that Hon. Howell Cobb, of 
Greorgia, afterward major-general, P. A. C. S., was the presi- 
dent of this memorable Confederate Provisional Congress. 
He was, as we understand, an admirable presiding officer, and 
worthily represented his native State. He was one of the 
notable members of his delegation. 

First Congress. 

First session met at Richmond, Va., February 18, 1862. 
Adjourned April 21, 1862. 

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Second session met at Richmond, Va., August 18, 1862. Ad- 
journed October 13, 1862. 

Third session met at Richmond, Va., January 12, 1863. Ad- 
journed May 1, 1863. 

Fourth session met at Richmond, Va., December 7, 1863. 
Adjourned February 17, 1864. 

Senators from Georgia. 
Benjamin H. Hill. 

Hershel V Johnson. Admitted January 19, 1863. 
John W. Lewis. Admitted April 7, 1862. Appointed by the 
Governor. 

Representatives from Georgia. 
William W. Clark. 
Lucius J. Gartrell. 

Julian Hartridge. Admitted March 14, 1862. 
Hines, Holt. Resigned previous to January 12, 1864. 
Porter Ingram. Admitted January 12, 1864. Succeeded 
Hines Holt. 
Augustus H. Kenan. 
David W. Lewis. 

Charles J. Munnerlyn. Admitted February 22, 1862. 
Hardy Strickland. 
Robert P. Trippe. 
Augustus R. Wright. 

Second Congress. 

First session met at Richmond, Va., May 2, 1864. Adjourned 
June 14, 1864. 

Second session met at Richmond, Va., November 7, 1864. 
Adjourned March 18, 1865. 

Senators from Georgia. 
Benjamin H. Hill. 
Herschel V. Johnson. Admitted May 24, 1864. 

Representatives from Georgia. 
Warren Akin. 
Clifford Anderson. 
Hiram P. Bell. 
Mark H. Blandford. 
Joseph H. Echols. 
Julian Hartridge. 
Gegrge Jsk-Leater. 
John T. Shewmake. 
James M. Smith. 
William E. Smith. 

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CONFEDERATE CABINET OFFICERS, AP- 
POINTED FROM GEORGIA. 

Hon. Robert Toombs, of Georgia, served as the first Secre- 
tary of State of Confederate Government from February 21 
to July 21, 1861. Hon. Wm. M. Browne, of Georgia, after- 
wards Colonel A. D. C, on military staff of President Davis, 
and subsequently promoted to grade of Brigadier-General, C. 
S. A., served as Assistant Secretary of State of Confederacy 
during his administration. 

Hon. Alexander H. Stephens, of Georgia, served as the first 
and only Vice-President of the Confederate States. As such, 
he was an ex-offlcio member of the Confederate Cabinet. He 
was also, in his Vice-Presidential capacity, President of the 
Confederate Senate. He served as Vice-President from Febru- 
ary 18, 1861,^until the downfall of the Confederate Govern- 
ment. He was arrested, by order of the Federal authorities, 
May 11, 1865. 

Hon. Philip Clayton, of Georgia, served as Assistant Secre- 
tary of the Confederate Treasury during the greater part of 
the Confederate War (1861-5) (see Life and Times of C. G. 
Memminger, first Secretary of the Confederate Treasury, by 
Henry D. Capers). It is interesting to remember that Hon. 
Henry D. Capers, of Georgia, was appointed and commis- 
sioned as Chief Clerk and Disbursing Officer of Treasury De- 
partment, C. S. A., February 19, 1861. He served as such for 
some months (as the records seem to show), becoming, later, 
Major and Lieutenant-Colonel of Twelfth Georgia Artillery 
Battalion. He has (I believe) the unique credit of being the 
oldest commissioned Cabinet Officer of the Confederate Gov- 
ernment. Hon. Bolling Baker, of Georgia, became the First 
Auditor of the Confederate Treasury. He served, apparently, 
during the life of the Confederate Government. Hon. A. H. 
(J. A.?) Crawford, of Georgia, was appointed Chief of Bureau 
/ of Warrants, Treasury Department, C. S. A., February 22, 
1861. 

Gen. Alexander R. Lawton, of Georgia, was the second 
Quartermaster-General of the Confederacy, he serving from 

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August 10, 1863, until the close of the War. He was connected 
with Confederate Department of War, as was also Gen. Isaac 
M. St. John, of Georgiaa, who was appointed second commis- 
sary-general of the Confederacy, Feb. 16, 1865. He served as 
such, as the records seem to show, until the end of the War. 

Hon. G. E. W Nelson, of Georgia, was given the position of 
Superintendent of Public Printing, C. S. A. He was identified 
with the Department of Justice. 

Hon. Benjamin H. Hill, of Georgia, was, during the life 
of the Confederacy, the confidential adviser of President Davis, 
and of the Confederate Cabinet, on all State questions. 



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CAMPAIGNS CONDUCTED, AND BATTLES, EN- 

GAGEMENTS, SKIRMISHES, ETC., FOUGHT 

WITHIN THE LIMITS OF THE STATE 

OF GEORGIA, WITH DATES AND 

LOCATION, 1861-1865. 

a.cworth, Oct. 4, 1864. 

Alexander's Bridge, Sept. 18, 1863. 

Aiiatoona, Oct. 5, 1864. 

Alpine, Sept. 3, 5, 8, 12, 1863; May — , 1364. 

Armuchee Creek, May 15, 1864. 

Atranta, July 22, 23, Aug. 25, Sept. 2, Nov. 6, 9, 1864. 

Bear Creek Station, Nov. 16, 1864. 

Beaulieu, Fort, Dec. 14-21, 1864. 

Atlanta Campaign, May 1-Sept. 8, 1864. 

Atlanta & West Point R. R., July 27-31, 1864. 

Augusta Arsenal, Jan. 24, 1861. 

Bald Hill, July 21, 1864. 

Ball's Ferry, Nov. 23-25, 1864. 

tarnesville, April 19, 1865. 
ig Shanty, June 9, Oct. 3, 1864. 
Blue Bird Gap, Sept. 11, 1863. 
Brunswick, June 8, 1863. 
.Brush Mountain, June — , 1864. 
Bryan Court House, Dec. 8, 1864. 
Buck Creek, Dec. 7, 1864. 
Buck Head, July 18, 1864. 
Buck Head Church, Nov. 28, 1864. 
Buck Head Creek, Nov. 28, Dec. 2, 1864. 
Buck Head Station, Nov. 19, 1864. 
Burke's Mill, Feb. 18-19, 1864. 
Burnt Hickory, May 24, 1864. _ 

Buzzard Roost, Feb. 24-25, 1864; April 23, 1865. 
Buzzard Roost Gap, May 8-11, Oct. 13-14, 1864. 
Calhoun, May 16, June 10, 1864. 
Campbellton, July 28, Sept. 10, 1864. 
Camp Creek, Aug. 18, Sept. 30, 1864. 
...Cartersville, May 20, July 24, Sept. 20, 1864. 

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Cassville, May 18-19, 24, 1864. 

Catlett's Gap, Sept. 15-18, 1863. 

Catoosa Platform, Feb. 27, 1864. 

Catoosa Springs, May 3, 1864. 

Catoosa Station, Feb. 23, 1864. 

Cave Spring Road, Oct. 13, 1864. 

Chattahoochee Railroad Bridge, Aug. 26-Sept. 1, 1864. 

Chattahoochee River, July 5-17, 1864. 

Chattooga River, Sept. 12, 1863. 

Cheney's Farm, June 22-27, 1864. 

Chickamauga, Sept. 19-20, 1863. 

Chickamauga Campaign, Aug. 16-Sept. 22, 1863. 

Chickamauga Creek, Jan. 30, May 3, 1864. 

Clear Creek, July 30, 1864. 

Clinton, July 30, Nov. 20, 21-23, 1864. 

Columbus, April 16, 17, 1865. 

Coosaville Road, Oct. 12-13, 1864. 

Coosawattee River, April 1-4, 1865. 

Cotton River Bridge, Nov. 16, 1864. 

Covington, July 22-24, 1864. 

Crow's Valley, Feb. 24-25, 1864. 

Cuyler's Plantation, Dec. 9, 1864. 

Cypress Swamp, Dec. 7, 1864. 

Dallas, May 24, 26- June 1, Oct. 7, 1864. 

Dallas Line, May 25- June 5, 1864. 

Dalton, Jan. 6, 21-23, Feb. 22-27, May 13, Aug. 14, Oct. 13, No? 

30, Dec. 5, 1864; March 13, 14, 1865. 
Darien, June 11, Sept. 22, 1863. 
Davisboro, Nov. 28, 1864. 
Davis Cross Roads, Sept. 11, 1863. 
Davis' House, Sept. 11, 1863. 
Dedmon's Trace, April 10, 1864. 
Deer Head Cove, March 29-31, 1864. 
Dirt Town, Sept. 12, 1863. 
Doboy River, Nov. 13-18, 1862. 
Double Bridges, April 18, 1865. 
Dry Valley, Sept. 21, 1863. 
Ducktown Road, April 3, 1864. 
Dug Gap, Sept. 11, 1863; May 8-11, 1864. 
Dyer's Ford, Sept. 18, 1863. 
East Macon, Nov. 20, 1864. 
East Point, Aug. 30, Nov. 15, 1864. 
East Tennessee and Georgia Railroad, Nov. 24-27, 1163. 
Eatonton, Nov. 21, 1864. 
Ebenezer Creek, Dec. 8, 1864. 
Eden Station, Dec. 9, 1864. 

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Elba Island, March 7-11, 1862. 

Ellidge's Mill, Feb. 18-19, 1864. 

Etowah River, May 20, 1864. fb 

Ezra Church, July 28, 1864. 

Fairburn, Aug. 15, Oct. 2, 1864. 

Flat Creek, Oct. 11-14, 1864. 

Rat Rock Bridge, July 28, 1864. 

Flat Rock Road, Oct. 2, 1864. 

Flint River, Aug. 19, 1864; April 18, 1865. 

Flint River Bridge, Aug. 30, 1864. 

Floyd's Spring, May 16, 1864. 

Frick's Gap, Feb. 25, 26, 1864. 

Georgetown, April 17-30, 1865. 

Georgia, Jan. 3-26, 1861; Nov. 14-Dec. 31, 1864. 

Georgia, Central, Jan. 1-June 30, 1865. 

Georgia, Northern, April 7-12, May 3, 1862; Aug. 11-Oct. 19, 

Oct. 20-Dec. 31, 1863; Jan. 1- April 30, May 1-Nov. 13, 1864; 

Nov. 14, 1864; Jan. 23, 1865; Jan. 1-June 30, 1865. 
Georgia, Southern, Jan. 1-June 30, 1865. 
Georgia Central Railroad Bridge, Nov. — , 1864. 
Georgia Central Railroad Station No. 5, Dec. 4, 1864. 
Georgia Coast, Aug. 21, 1861-April 11, 1862; April 12, 1862; 

June 11, 1863; June 12-Dec. 31, 1863; Jan. 1-Nov. 13, 1864. 
Gilgal Church, June 10-July 3, 1864. 
Gordon, Nov. 21, 1864. 
Graysville, Sept. 10, Nov. 26, 1863. 
Griswoldville, Nov. 20-22, 1864. 

Hillsboro, July 30-31, 1864. 
Hinesville, Dec. 16, 1864. 
Holly Creek, March 1, 1865. 
Howell's Ferry, July 5, Oct. 19, 1864. 
Hudson Place Salt Works, Sept. 22, 1863. 
Huntsville, May 24, 1864. 

Isham's Ford, July — , 1864. 

Jackson, Fort, Jan. 26, 1861; Dec. 21, 1864. 

Jasper, Aug. 14-15, 1864. 

Jenks' Bridge, Dec. 7, 1864. 

Johnson's Crook, Feb. 10, 1865. 

Jonesboro, Aug. 19, 31-Sept. 1, Nov. 15, 1864. 

Jug Tavern, Aug. 3, 1864. 

Kennesaw Mountain, June 19-25, 1864; June 27, 1864. 
Kennesaw Water Tank, Oct. 3, 1864. 
Kingston, May 18-19, Nov. 10-11, 1864. 
Kolb's Farm, June 22, 1864. 

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LaFayette, Sept. 10, IS, 14, Dec. 12, 14, 21-23, 1863; April 

11-13, 24-25, June 24, Oct. 12, 1864. 
LaFayette Road, Sept. 12, 1863. 
Lawrenceville, Oct. 27, 1864. 
Lay's Ferry, May 15, 1864. 

Lee and Gordon's Mills, Sept. 11-13, 16-18, 1863. 
Lee's Cross Roads, May 2, 1864. 
Leet's Tan Yard, Sept. 12, 1863; March 5, 1864. 
Leggett's Hill, July 21, 1864. 
Lithonia, July 28, 1864. 
Little Ogeechee River, Dec. 4, 5, 1864. 
Lookout Church, Sept. 21, 1863. 
Lookout Creek, May 3, 1862. 
Lgokout Mountain, Sept. 9, 1863. 
Cost Mountain, June — , Oct. 4-7, 1864. 
Louisville, Nov. 29, 30, 1864. 

Lovejoy's Station, July 29, Aug. 18-22, Sept. 2-5, Nov. 16, 1864. 
Lumpkin County, Sept. 15, 1864. 
Lumpkin's Station, Dec. 4, 1864. 

McAfee's Cross Roads, June 11, 1864. 

McAllister, Fort, June 29, 1862; Jan. 27, Feb. 28, March 9, 

1863; Feb. 1, March 3 (1864?), Dec. 13, 1864. 
McDonough Road, Oct. 2, Nov. 6, 1864. 
Mcintosh County, Aug. 2-4, 1864. 
McLemore's Cove, Sept. 11, 1863; March 30- April 1, 1864; Feb. 

1, 1865. 
Macon & Western Railroad, July 27-31, 1864. 
Marietta, June 10-July 3, 1864, 
Mill Creek Gap, May 8-11, 1864. 
Milledgeville, Nov. 23, 1864. 
Millen's Grove, Dec. 1, 1864. 
Mimm's Mills, April 20, 1865. 
Monteith Swamp, Dec. 9, 1864. 
Moon's Station, Oct. 4, 1864. 
Mulberry Creek, Aug. 3, 1864. 

Neal Dow Station, July 4, 1864. 

New Hope Church, May 25-June 5, Oct. 5, 1864. 

Nickajack Creek, June — , 1864. 

Nickajack Gap, March 9, May 7, 1864. 

Nickajack Trace, April 23, 1864. 

Noonday Creek, June — , 1864. 

Northern Georgia, Sept. 29-Nov. 13, 1864. 

Noyes' Creek, June — , Oct. 2-3, 1864. 

Oconee River, Nov. 23-25, 1864. 
Ogeechee Canal, Dec. 9, 1864. 

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Ogeechee River, Dec. 7, 1864. 
Oglethorpe Barracks, Jan. 26, 1861. 
Olley's Creek, June — 1864. 
Ossabaw Island, July 3, 1863. 
Ossabaw Sound, June 3, 1864. 
Owens' Ford, Sept. 17, 1863. 

Pace's Ferry, July 5-17, Aug. 26, 1864. 
Parker's Cross Roads, May 16, 1864. 
Peachtree Creek, July 19, 20, 1864. 
Pea Vine Creek, Sept. 10, 1863. 
Pea Vine Ridge, Sept. 18, 1863. 
Pickens County, July — , 1864. 
Pickett's Mills, May 25-June 5, 1864. 
Pigeon Mountain, Sept. 15-18, 1863. 

Pine Hill, June 6-18 (?), 1864.- - 

Pine Log Creek, May 18, 1864. 

Pleasant Hill, April 18, 1865. 

Pooler Station, Dec. 9, 1864. 

Powder Springs, June — , Oct. 2-3, 1864!" '" 

Pulaski, Fort, Jan. 3, 1861; April 10-11, 1862. 

Pumpkin Vine Creek, May 25-June 5, 1864. 

Red Oak, Aug. 19, 29, 1864. 

Reed's Bridge, Sept. 18, 1863. 

Resaca, May 14, 1864. 

Reynolds' Plantation, Nov. 28, 1864. 

Ringgold, Sept. 11, 17, Dec. 5, 13, 1863; Feb. 8, 18, April 27 

1864; March 20, 1865. 
Ringgold Gap, Nov. 27, 1863; May 2, 1864. 
Rock Spring, Sept. 12, 1863. 
Rocky Creek Bridge, April 20, 1865. 
Rocky Creek Church, Dec. 2, 1864. 
Rocky Face Ridge, Feb. 24-25, May 8-11, 1864. 
Rome, April 26-May 3, Sept. 10, 11, 1863; Jan. 25-Feb. 5, May 

15, 17, July 11-13, 28-29, Aug. 11-15, Oct. 10-13, 1864. 
Rome Cross Roads, May 16, 1864. 
Rosedew, Fort, Dec. 14-21, 1864. 
Rossville, Sept. 11, 17, 21, Dec. 5, 14, 1863. 
Roswell, Sept. 26, 1864»TS»s» 
Rottenwood Creek, July 4, 1864. 
Rough and Ready, Nov. 15, 1864. 
Rough and Ready Station, Aug. 31, 1864. 
Ruff's Mill, July 4, 1864. -. 
Ruff's Station, Oct. 19, 1864-.- ~ 

Salt Springs, Oct. 1, 1864r" 
Sandersville, Nov. 25, 26, 1864. 

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Sand Mountain, Oct. 2, 1864*~~ 

Sandtown, Aug. 15, 1864. 

Savannah, Dec. 10, 11-21, 1864. 

Savannah Campaign, Nov. 15-Dec. 21, 1864. 

Savannah River, March 7-11, Sept. 30-Oct. 3, 1862. 

Shadna Church, Oct. 2, 1864r~ 

Shady Grove, Dec. 1, 1864. 

Ship's Gap, Oct. 16, 1864. 

Sisters Ferry, Dec. 7, 1864. 

Snake Creek Gap, May 8, Sept. 15, Oct. 15, 1864. 

Snapfinger Creek, July 27, 1864. 

South Newport, Aug. 17, 1864. 

South River, July 27-31, Oct. 24, 1864. 

Spaulding's, Nov. 7, 1862. 

Spring Creek, Sept. 18, 1863. 

Springfield, Dec. 10, 1864. 

Spring Hill, April 20, 1865. 

Spring Place, Feb. 27, April 1-4, 1865. 

Statesboro, Dec. 4, 1864. 

Station No. 5, Georgia Central Railroad, Dec. 4, 1864. 

Stevens' Gap, Sept. 6, 18, 1863; Feb. 25-26, 1864. 

Stilesboro, May 23, June 9, 1864^««. 

Stockbridge, Nov. 15, 1864. 

Stone Church, Feb. 7, May 1, 1864. 

Subligna, Jan. 22, 1864. 

Sugar Valley, May 8-13, 1864^-. 

Sulphur Springs, Sept. 2-5, 1864. 

Summerville, Sept. 6-7, 10, 13, 15, 1863; May — , Oct. 18, 1864; 

May 5, 1865. 
Sweet Water Creek, Oct. 2-3, 1864. 
Sylvan Grove, Nov. 27, 1864. 

Taylor's Ridge, Nov. 27, 1863; April 14, 27, 1864. 

Thomas' Station, Dec. 3, 1864. 

Tifton, May 13, Oct. 13, 1864. 

Tobesofkee Creek, April 20, 1865. 

Towaliga Bridge, Nov. 17, 1864. 

Trenton, Aug. 28-31, Nov. 18, 1863. 

Trickum's Cross Roads, Oct. 26-29, 1864. 

Trion Factory, Sept. 15, 1863. 

Tunnel Hill, Sept. 11, 1863; Feb. 23, 24, April 29, May 2, 5-7, 

1864; March 3, 1865. 
Turner's Ferry, July 5-17, Aug. 26, Oct. 19, 1864. 
Tybee Island, Nov. 24, 1861. 
Tyler, Fort, April 16, 1865. 

Utoy Creek, Aug. 6, 1864. 

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Van Wert, Oct. 9-10, 1864. 
Varnell's Station, May 7, 9, 12, 1864. 
Varnell's Station Road, May 4, 1864. 
Venus Point, Feb. 15, 1862. 
Vernon River, Dec. 15-21, 1864. 

Walnut Creek, Nov. 20, 1864. 

Warsaw Sound, June 17, 1863. 

Watkins' Ferry, May 3, 1862. 

Waynesboro, Nov. 27-28, Dec. 4, 1864. 

Westbrook's, Oct. 2, 1864. 

West Point, April 16, 1865. 

Whitemarsh Island, March 30-31, April 16, 1862; Feb. 22, 1864. 

Wilmington Island, March 30-31, 1862. 

Wilmington Narrows, Jan. 26-28, 1862. 



BOLL OF HONOR. 

Genebal Obdebs No. 131. 
Adjutant and Inspectob Genebal's Office, 
Richmond, Va., October 3, 1863. 
Difficulties in procuring the medals and badges of distinc- 
tion having delayed their presentation by the President, as 
authorized by the act of Congress approved October 13, 1862, 
to the officers, non-commissioned officers and privates of the 
armies of the Confederate States conspicuous for courage and 
good conduct on the field of battle, to avoid postponing the 
grateful recognition of their valor until it can be made in 
the enduring form provided by that Act, it is ordered: 

I. That the names of all those who have been, or may here- 
after be, reported as worthy of this distinction be inscribed 
on a roll of honor, to be preserved in the office of the Adju- 
tant and Inspector General for reference in all future time, 
for those who have deserved well of their country, as having 
best displayed their courage and devotion on the field of battle. 

II. That the Roll of Honor, as far as now made up, be 
appended to this Order and read at the head of every regiment 
in the service of the Confederate States at the first dress- 
parade after its receipt and be published in at least one news- 
paper in each State. 

III. The attention of the officers in charge is directed to 
General Orders No. 93, Section 27, of the services of 1862, 
Adjutant and Inspector General's Office, for mode of selecting 
the non-commissioned officers and privates entitled to this 
distinction and its execution is enjoined. 

Bt Obdeb. 

S. COOPEK, 

Adjutant and Inspector General. 
Genebal Obdebs No. 64. 
Adjutant and Inspector Genebal's Office. 
Richmond, Va., August 10, 1864. 

I. The following Roll of Honor is published in accordance 
with paragraph 1, General Orders No. 131, 1863. It will be 
read to every regiment in service at the first dress-parade 
after its receipt. 

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Names of Officers Killed or Who Died of Wounds not 
Mentioned in the Formal Reports. 

Georgia. 

1st Infantry (Regulars), Captain John G. Patton, Lieuten- 
tenant H. J. Porter and Crawford Tucker, killed August 30. 

7th Infantry, Captain D. F. Peek and Lieutenant W. M. 
Delk, died of wounds received August 30. Lieutenant A. Y. 
White, killed August 30. 

8th Infantry, Captains J. M. C. Husley and Jacob Phinizy, 
killed August 30. 

11th Infantry, Captain B. W Jackson, Lieutenants George 
S. Burson and John B. Buerry, killed August 30. 

12th Infantry, Lieutenant John T. Chambliss, killed August 
9th. 

14th Infantry, Captain R. W. McMichael, killed August 29. 

15th Infantry, Lieutenants James M. Carson and J. L. Cunn- 
ing, killed August 30. 

19th Infantry, Lieutenant F. A. Wilde, killed August 31. 

22d Infantry, Captain J. T. Albert and Lieutenant S. M. 
Smith, killed August 30. 

45th Infantry, Captain Joseph H. White, died of wounds 
received August 29; R. W. Brown died of wounds received 
August 9. 

48th Infantry, Captain Allen Kelly, killed August 29. 

49th Infantry, J. W Gainer, killed August 29. 

Battle of Chancellorsville. 

Geokgia. 

Fourth Regiment of Infantry: 

Private W. Sparks, Co. A. 

Sergeant Hill M. Taylor, Co. B. 

Color Corporal John T. Moore, Co. C. 

The other companies declined making selections. 
Fourteenth Regiment of Infantry: 

Lieutenant Colonel J. M. Fielder. 

Captain T. T. Mounger. 

Captain R. P Harmon. 

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First Lieutenant H. A. Soloman. 

Private Daniel Kennington, Co. B. 

Corporal William M. Tomlinson, Co. C. 

Corporal Joseph G. Dupree, Co. D. 

Second Sergeant Thomas D. Smith, Co. H. 

Private James F. D. Thaxton, Co. I. 

Private James M. Brock, Co. K. 

The other companies declined making selections. 
Twelfth Regiment of Infantry: 

First Lieutenant Thomas W. Harris, Co. C. 

Second Lieutenant J. A. Walker, Co. B. 

Second Lieutenant W. F. Lowe, Co. F. 

Private J. L. Batts, Co. A. 

Private Abel James, Co. B. 

Private S. M. Beavers, Co. C. 

Private W. W Forrester, Co. D. 

Private R. J. Orr, Co. E. 

First Sergeant N. M. Howard, Co. F. 

Private James M. Bullard, Co. G. 

Private Archibald McDonald, Co. H. 

First Sergeant B. L. Stephens, Co. I. 

Private W. H. Burgamy, Co. K. 
Thirty-Fifth Regiment of Infantry: 

Corporal Jackson Baggett, Co. A. 

Private A. S. W. Bass, Co. B. 

Second Sergeant J. A. Cochran, Co. C. 

Private Rolla Willingham, Co. D. 

Private D. P. White, Co. E. 

Private R. D. B. Holt, Co. F. 

Private W E. Moore, Co. G. 

Private Absalom Martin, Co. H. 

Private Lewis (J.) Millican, Co. I. 

Private D. M. Pearce, Co. K. 
Forty-Fourth Regiment of Infantry: 

Private James Fambrough, Co. C. 

Private James A. McNatt, Co. F. 

The other companies declined making selections 
Forty-Fifth Regiment of Infantry: 

Captain William H. Shaw, Co. A. 

Private John D. Pate, Co. A. 

Private John H. King, Co. C. 

Private James M. Lawrence, Co. E. 

Private James P. Green, Co. F. 

Private John S. Bonner, Co. G. 

Private H. W. Dent, Co. H. 

Private W. W Wilson, Co. I. 

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Private M. H. Fitzpatrick, Co. K. 

Company B declined making selections. 
Forty-Ninth Regiment of Infantry 

Sergeant H. A. Hall, Co. A. 

Private Lewis White, Co. B. 

Sergeant (A) M. Watkins, Co. C. 

Sergeant W. T. Moore, Co. D. 

Corporal James (V) Hollingworth, Co. E. 

Corporal L. D. Taylor, Co. F. 

Corporal J. N. Jordan, Co. G. 

Private Joseph Bell, Co. H. 

Private F. B. Poole, Co. I. 

Private James Taylor, Co. K. 
Twenty-First Regiment of Infantry: 

Declined making selections. 

Battle of Chickamauga. 

Georgia. 
Fifth Regiment of Infantry: 

Private J. Kirby Brown, Co. A. 
Private Thomas P. Weir, Co. B. 
Corporal John Fox, Co. C. 
Private James W. Hall, Co. D. 
Corporal John B. Johnson, Co. E. 
Company H made no selection. 
Private William M. Blackwell, Co. F. 
Private T. H. Devane, Co. G. 
First Sergeant John P. Chapman, Co. I. 
Private James Torrence, Co. K. 

Battle Near Petersburg, Virginia. 

Georgia. 

Third Regiment Georgia Infantry: 

Corporal F. J. Herndon, Co. F. 

Battle of Murfreesborough. 

Georgia. 

Fifth Regiment of Infantry: 

Private Newton Rice, Co. A. 
Corporal Michael McNamara, Co. C. 
Private Thomas J. Brantley, Co. E. 
Sergeant Samuel P Kiddoo, Co. F. 

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Corporal B. D. Bedell, Co. H. 

Private George W. Horsley, Co. K. 
Third Battalion of Infantry: 

Private A. S. Kimrey, Co. B. 

Private W. D. Clark, Co. C. 

Private Mathew Hall, Co. D. 

Private John Capps, Co. B. 
Ninth Battalion of Infantry: 

Private Obey McCarry, Co. A. 

Private W J. Wood, Co. B. 

Private N. W. BJLce, Co. C. 

Private Michael Kinney, Co. F. 

Private Thomas Nolan, Co. G. 

Private G. W. Sanders, Co. H. 

Corporal William M. Gaines, Co. D. 

Private C. M. R. Palmer, Co. E. 



Battle of Gettysburg. 

Geoegia. 
Cobb's Legion: 

Sergeant J. L. Born, Co. C. 

Sergeant A. C. Adair, Co. D. 
Phillips' Legion: 

Private Alfred Norris, Co. E. 

Private E. J. Smith, Co. E. 

Private Thomas B. Jolly, Co. B. 

Corporal James D. Putman, Co. F. 

Private Michael McGovern, Co. F. 

Private J. A. Blanton, Co. B. 

Private Ootero (?), Co. D. 

"THE WAR OF THE REBELLION. 

Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. 

Series 1st, Vol. XXI, pp. 578 and 582. 

Operations in Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and 

Pennsylvania. 
No. 271. 
Report of Major-General Lafayette McLaws, C. S. Army, 
commanding McLaws' Division: 

Headquarters Division, Camp near Fredericksburg, Va., Dec 
30, 1862: 
My aide-de-camp, Captain H. L. P. King, was killed on 

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Marye's Hill, pierced with five balls, while conveying an 
order to Brigadier-General Cobb. He was a brave and accom- 
plished officer and gentleman, and had already distinguished 
himself during the operations in front of Fredericksburg, as 
he had done in all the other engagements when on duty." 

NOTE. — The following members of the Georgia Hussars — a 
Savannah command — which constituted Company F of the Jeff 
Davis Mississippi Legion, are mentioned on the Roll of Honor, 
as published by General Samuel Cooper, Adjutant and Inspector- 
General, C. S. A., Richmond, Va., December 10, 1864, in connec- 
tion with the Battle of Upperville, Va., June 21, 1863, and 
miscellaneous engagements: Captain David Waldhauer, 2d 
Lieutenant W. W. Gordon, 2d Lieutenant J. McL. Turner, Ser- 
geant L. H. Clemens, Sergeant M. G. Prendergast, and Privates 
G. N. Saussy, William Lake, F. Bird, C. H. Mann, William Frew 
and J. (T.?) H. Lake. 



1*1 



VOLUNTEER FORCE OF THE UNITED STATES 
ARMY FROM GEORGIA, 1861-1865. 

First Infantry Battalion. 

(This battalion, composed of two companies, was organized 
at Marietta,, Ga., .fictober„i!JU-LS£4_ to ^serv^-JJiree-^fiars. It 
was mustered out of service July 19, 1865, in accordance with 
orders from the War Department.) 

Captain, Alonzo M. Rogers, appointed October 31, 1864. 

First lieutenant, Porter T. Southworth, appointed October 
31, 1864. 

Second lieutenant, William B. Waring, appointed March 
17, 1865. 

CASUALTIES. 



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LOCAL, DESIGNATIONS OF GEORGIA TROOPS IN THE 
CONFEDERATE ARMY. 

Acwgrth G*»ys (Company C, 7th Georgia State Guards). 
Albany Guards (Company E, 4th Georgia Infantry). 

Alexander Cavalry (Company — , Local Defense Troops, Geor- 
gia). 

Allapaba Guardn (Company E, 29th Georgia Infantry). 

Allapalia Rangers (Company — , in N. A. Carswell's Battalion, 
22d Georgia State Guards). 

Allen Rangers (Company — , Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

AlDharetta Infantry (Company F, 8th Georgia State Guards). 

Altamaha Scouts (Company F, 25th Georgia Infantry). 

Americug Volunteers (Company K, 9th Georgia Infantry). 

Andsrson Guards (Six Months Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Anthony Greys (Company A, 60th Georgia Infantry). 

Appling Cavalry (Six Months' Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Arnett Rifles (Company I, 31st Georgia Infantry). 

Athens Guards (Company — , 3rd Georgia Infantry). 

Athens Reserve Corps (Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Atlanta Arsenal Battery (Captain C. C. Campbell's Company, 
Georgia Artillery). 

Atlanta Fire Company No. 1 (Company A, Atlanta Fire Bat- 
talion, Georgia). 

Atlanta Greys (Company L, 1st Georgia Regulars). 

Atlanta Greys (Company F, 8th Georgia Infantry). 

Atlanta Press Guard (Company H, Atlanta Fire Battalion, 
Georgia). 

Atlanta Scouts (Company — , — Georgia Volunteers). 

Atlanta Volunteers (Company — , — Georgia Volunteers). 

Atlantic and Gulf Guards (Company A, 3d Battalion (Clinch's) 
Georgia Cavalry, afterward Company G, 4th Georgia 
(Clinch's) Cavalry). 

Augusta Guards (Captain W. C. Dillon's Company, Georgia 
Volunteers). 

Augusta Volunteer Artillery (Captain G. T. Barnes' Company 
Georgia Artillery). 

Bailey Volunteers (Company B, 30th Georgia Infantry). 

Bainbridge Independents (Company G, 1st Georgia Infantry). 

Baker Fire Eaters (Company H, 6th Georgia Infantry). 

Baker Volunteers (Company G, 3d Battalion, Georgia Infantry). 

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Baldwin Blues (Company H, 4th Georgia Infantry). 

Baldwin Cavalry (Company C, Linton Stephens' Battalion, Lo- 
cal Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Baldwin Infantry (Captain J. N. Moore's Company, Six Months 
Local Defense Troops. Georgia). 

Baldwin Volunteers (Company F, 9th Georgia Infantry). 

Banks County Guards (Company A, 2d Georgia Infantry). 

Banks Rifles (Captain Hardy's Company, Georgia Volunteers). 

Bartow Artillery (Originally Company A, 4th Battalion Geor- 
gia Infantry; afterward Company A, 60th Georgia Infan- 
try; afterward Company A, 22d Battalion, Georgia Siege 
Artillery). 

Bartow "Avengers (Company K, 21st Georgia Infantry). 

Bartow Avengers (Company E, 60th Georgia Infantry). 

Bartow Avengers (Company B, 35th Georgia Infantry). 

Bartow Home Guards (Company H, 4th Georgia Reserves). 

Bartow Invincibles (Company H, 23d Georgia Infantry). 

Bartow Invincibles (Company E, 30th Georgia Infantry). 

Bartow Light Infantry (13th Georgia Volunteers). 

Bartow Light Infantry (Company G, 26th Georgia Infantry). 

Bartow Raid Repellers (Company C, 9th Battalion, Georgia 
State Guards). 

Bartow Yankee Killers (Company A, 23d Georgia Infantry). 

Battle Ground Guards (Company F, 48th Georgia Infantry). 

Beauregard Rifles (Company C, 6th Georgia Infantry). 

Beauregard Volunteers (Company C, 6th Georgia Infantry). 

Bell Rangers (Company E, 19th Battalion, Georgia Infantry). 

Beman Mounted Infantry (Company E, Linton Stephens' Bat- 
talion, Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Ben Gilham Rangers (Company D, 9th Georgia State Guards). 

Ben Hill Infantry (Company F, 21st Georgia Infantry). 

Benjamin Infantry (Company E, 10th Georgia Infantry). 

Ben Minor Dragoons (Company E, 2d Georgia Cavalry). 

Berrien Cavalry (Company F, 11th Georgia State Guards). 

Berrien County Light Infantry (Company I, 50th Georgia In- 
fantry). 

Berrien Minute Men (Company C, afterward 29th Georgia In- 
fantry). 

Berry Infantry (Company I, 29th Georgia Infantry). 

Bibb Greys (Company — , 21st Georgia Infantry). 

Bibb Volunteer Guards (Captain H. L Jewett's Company of the 
Macon Battalion, Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Big Spring Cavalry (Captain J. M. Denman's Independent Com- 
pany, Georgia Cavalry). 

Big Spring Volunteers (Captain Joshua McConnell's Company, 
Georgia Volunteers). 

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Blodeet T^ n Volunteers (Company G, 25th Georgia Infantry), 
trv r . ery (Originally Company I, 3d Georgia Infan- 
Art'iller ) Ward Captain Foster Blodget's Company, Georgia 

Blodget Volunteers (Originally Company I, 3d Georgia Infan- 
cy ' atterw ard Ca P tain Foster Blodget's Company, Georgia 
Artillery). 

Blood Mountain Tigers (Company F, Colonel S. J. Smith', par- 
tisan rangers, Georgia Cavalry). 

Blue Caps Cavalry (Company E, 2d Battalion, Georgia Cavalry, 
afterward Company C, 5th Georgia Cavalry). 

Blue Cap Cavalry Troop (Company E, 2d Battalion, Georgia 
Cavalry, afterward Company C, 5th Georgia Cavalry). 

Blue Ridge Guards (Captain N. F. Howard's Company, Georgia 
Volunteers). 

Blue Ridge Tiger Regiment (Also called Banks' Troopers). 

Brown Mounted Riflemen (4th Georgia State Guards). 

Border Rangers (Company I, 5th Georgia Cavalry). 

Border Rangers (Company B, 20th Georgia Infantry). 

Bowdon Volunteers (Company B, Cobb's Legion, Georgia 
Cavalry). 

Bragg Rifles (20th Georgia Infantry). 

Breckinridge Cavalry (Company F, McDonald's Battalion, Lo- 
cal Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Brooks Cavalry (Company D, 11th Georgia State Guards). 

Brooks Rifles (Company C, 26th Georgia Infantry). 

Brooks Rifles (Company H, 9th Georgia Infantry). 

Brooks Volunteers (Company K, 50th Georgia Infantry). 

Brown Guards (Company A, Linton Stephens' Battalion, Local 
Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Brown Infantry (Company C, 1st Confederate Georgia Infan- 
try). 

Brown Light Infantry (Company C, 25th Georgia Infantry). 

Brown Light Infantry (Company F, 25th Georgia Infantry). 

Brown Rifles (Company F, 3d Georgia Infantry). 

Brunswick Defenders (Company G, 1st Georgia Regulars). 

Brunswick Riflemen (Company K, 26th Georgia Infantry). 

Bryan Guards (Company D, 25th Georgia Infantry). 

Bryan Independent Riflemen (Company A, 25th Georgia Infan- 
try). 

Bryan Independent Rifles (Company B, 25th Georgia Infantry). 

Buena Vista Cavalry (Captain Brett's Company, Georgia Vol- 
unteers). 

Buena Vista Guards (Company I, 2d Georgia Infantry). 

Billiard Guards (Company D, 59th Georgia Infantry). 

Bulloch Guards (Company C, 47th Georgia Infantry). 

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Bulloch Troop (Company C, 2d Battalion, Georgia Cavalry). 

Burke Guards (3d Georgia Infantry). 

Burke Volunteers (Company D, 48th Georgia Infantry). 

Butler Van-Guard (Company G, 6th Georgia Infantry). 

Butts Avengers (Company B, 7th Georgia State Guards). 

Butts County Volunteers (Volunteers Company D, 6th Georgia 
Infantry). 

Butts Invlncibles (Company A, 30th Georgia Infantry). 

Calhoun Cavalry (Captain W. J. Reeves' Company, Georgia 
State Guards). 

Calhoun County Cavalry (Captain C. M. Davis' Company, T. R. 
Stewart's Battalion, Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Calhoun Guards (Company D, 12th Georgia Infantry). 

Calhoun Rifles (Company D, 12th Georgia Infantry). 

Calhoun Repeaters (On register Company I, (L) on rolls Com- 
pany H, afterward Company C, 25th Georgia Infantry). 

Camden Mounted Rifles (Company C, 4th Georgia Cavalry 
(Clinch's). 

Camden Rifles (Company B, 26th Georgia Infantry). 

Campbell Greys (Company G, 30th Georgia Infantry). 

Campbell Guards (Company A, 3d Battalion, Georgia Infantry; 
afterward Company A, 21st Georgia Infantry). 

Campbell Sharpshooters (Company F, 30th Georgia Infantry). 

Campbell Siege Artillery (Captain Charles G. Campbell's Com- 
pany, Georgia Artillery). 

Campbell Volunteers (Company E, 35th Georgia Infantry). 

Canton Infantry (Company B, Cherokee Legion, Georgia Vol- 
unteers). 

Carroll Cavalry (Company D, 10th Georgia State Guards). 

Carroll Guards (Company I, 10th Georgia State Guards). 

Carroll Infantry (Company I, 7th Georgia State Guards). 

Caswell Guards (Company — , 3d Georgia Infantry). 

Catoosa Infantry (Company B, 1st Battalion, Georgia Infantry). 

Cave Spring (Mounted Infantry) (Company B, Floyd Legion, 
Georgia State Guards). 

Cedartown Guards (Company D, 21st Georgia Infantry). 

Central City Blues (Company H, 12th Georgia Infantry). 

Centre Hill Guards (Company — , — Georgia Volunteers). 

Chatham Artillery (Captain Joseph S. ClagViorn's Companj, 
Gsorgta Artillery; detached from 1st Georgia Volunteers). 

Chatham Light Horse (Company F, 2d Battalion, Georgia Cav- 
alry). 

Chatham Siege Artillery (Companies A and B, Battalion Geor- 
gia Artillery). 

Chatham Volunteers (Company E, 47th Georgia Infantry). 

Chattahoochee Beauregards (Company C, 10th Georgia Infan- 
try). 

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Chattahoochee Cavalry (Company — . 4th Georgia State 

Guards) (Blue Ridge Tiger Regiment). 
Chattahoochee Defenders (Company E, 6h Georgia State 

Guards). 

Chattahoochee Guard (Company I. 5th Georgia State Guards). 
Chattahoochee Rifles (Captain H. A. Pratt's Company. Georgia 

Chattahoochee Volunteers (Company K. 30th Georgia Infan- 
try). 

Chattanooga Cavalry (Company G, Culberson's Battalion, Lo- 
cal Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Chattooga Volunteers (Company — , — Georgia — ). 

Cherokee Brown Riflemen (Company — . — Georgia — ). 

Cherokee Cavalry (Company B. Phillip's Legion, Georgia Vol- 
unteers). 

Cherokee Georgia Mountaineers (Company F, 28th Georgia In- 
fantry). 

Cherokee Home Guards — Infantry — (Company C. Cherokee Le- 
gion, Georgia). 

Cherokee Lincoln Killers — Cavalry — (Company C, Cherokee Le- 
gion, Georgia). 

Cherokee Rangers (Company F, 3d Georgia Cavalry). 

Cherokee Rangers — Cavalry — (Company A, Cherokee Legion, 
Georgia). 

Cherokee Repellent — Infantry — (Company D, Cherokee Legion, 
Georgia). 

Cherokee Revengers — Infantry — (Company A, Cherokee Le, 
gion, Georgia). 

Cherokee Stone-Walls — Infantry — (Company G, Cherokee Le- 
gion, Georgia). 

Cherokee Volunteers — Infantry — (Company E, Cherokee Le- 
gion, Georgia). 

Chesatee Artillery (Captain Thomas H. Bomar's Company, 
Georgia Artillery; originally Company N, 38th Georgia In- 
fantry). 

Chulio Guards (Chulto Mounted Infantry) (Company F, Floyd 
Legion, Georgia State Guards). 

Citicen Infantry (Company F, Fire Battalion, Augusta, Geor- 
gia). 

City Guard (Augusta, Georgia). 

City Guards (Company C, 5th Georgia State Guards). 

Clarke County Guards (Company G, 9th Georgia State Guards). 

Clarke Connty Light Artillery (Captain Franklin Roberts' 
Company, Arkansas Artillery; temporarily attached as 
Company B. 14th Battalion, Georgia Artillery). 

Clay Volunteers (Captain Isham Wood's Company, T. R. Stew- 
art's Battalion, Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

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Clay Volunteers (Company I, 61st Georgia Infantry). 
Clayton Dragoons (Company F, 2d Georgia Cavalry). 
Clayton Invincible* (Company I, 30th Georgia Infantry). 
Clinch Cavaliers (Company G, 11th Georgia State Guards). 
Clinch Rangers ( — . ■ — Georgia). 

Clinch Rifles (Company A, 5th Georgia Infantry). 
Clinch Volunteers (Company G, 50th Georgia Infantry). 
Clinton Guards (Company B, 6th Georgia State Guards). 
Coast Rifles (Company F, 1st Volunteers, Georgia Infantry). 
Cobb Chattahoochee Volunteers (Company L, 7th Gp ftrg 1a Stat« 

Guards). 
Cobb Guards (Company D, 3d Georgia ^gserves). 
Cobb Guards (Company A. Company G. 2jd Battalion, aanrgis 

Artillery; temporarily attached). 
Cobb Guards (Company B, Company H, 22d Battalion, Georgif 

Artillery; temporarily attached). 
Cobb Ihvincibles (Company. F, .CpfeVs Legion, Georgia Volun 

teers) 
Cobb Repellers (Company K, 7th Georgia State Guards). 
Cobb's Infantry (Company E, 16th Georgia Infantry). 
Cobb's Legion (Georgia Volunteers) 
Coffee Guards (Company C, 50th Georgia Infantry). 
Coffee Revengers (Captain D. Newbern's Company, Six Months 

Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 
Cold Water Guards (Rebels) (Company E, 34th Georgia Infan 

try). 
Cold Steel Guards (Company H, 49th Georgia Infantry). 
Colquitt Home Guards ( — Georgia Volunteers). 
Colquitt Marksmen (Company H, 50th Georgia Infantry). 
Columbus City Light Guard (Company A, 2d Independent Bat 

talion, Georgia Infantry). 
Columbus Guards (Company G, 2d Georgia Infantry). 
Columbus Light Artillery (Captain E. Croft's Independen 

Company, Georgia Artillery). 
Company "H" (Company D, 5th Georgia State Guards). 
Confederate Continentals (Company — , O — Georgia). 
Confederate Guards (Company A, 13th Georgia Infantry). 
Confederate Invlnclbles (20th Georgia Volunteers). 
Confederate Light Guards (Company G, 3d Georgia Infantry 
Confederate Sentinels (Company F, 20th Georgia Infantry). 
Confederate States Sentinels (Company A, 10th Georgia Ir 

fan try). 
Cotton Planters Guards (Company E, 59th Georgia Infantry 
Covington Infantry (Company I, 8th Georgia State Guards). 
Cow Hunters (Also called Irwin Cow Boys, — Company A 7t 
Georgia Infantry). 

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Coweta Second District Guards (Company A, 7th Georgia In- 
fantry). 

Coweta Volunteers (Company H, 7th Georgia State Guards). 

Crawford Greys (Company E, 6th Georgia Infantry). 

Crawford Rangers (20th Georgia Infantry). 

Crawford Rifles (Captain D. Kirkpatrick, Jr.'s Company, Geor- 
gia Volunteers). 

Cnlpepen Hussars (Company F, Stephens' Battalion, Georgia 
State Guards). 

Dabney Rifles (Company G, 21st Georgia Infantry). 

Dade Rifles (Company K, 3d Georgia State Troops). 

Dahlonega Volunteers (Company H. 1st Georgia Volunteers). 

Dalton Home Guard (Company H, 1st Georgia State Guards). 

Dalton Machinery Guards (Captain J. H. Bard's Company, Six 
Months' Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Davis Guards (Company F, 12th Georgia Infantry). 

Davis Infantry (Company K, 7th Georgia Infantry). 

Davis Musketeers (Company K. 10th Georgia Infantry). 

Davis Rifles (Company C, 12th Georgia Infantry). 

Dawson County Independents (Company I, 22d Georgia Infan- 
try). 

Dawson Greys (Company C, 3d Georgia Infantry). 

Dawson Volunteers (Company E, 5th Georgia Infantry). 

Decatur Cavalry (Company I, 11th Georgia State Guards). 

Decatur Grays (Company D, 17th Georgia Infantry). 

Decatur Infantry (Company F, 50th Georgia Infantry). 

Decatur Infantry (Captain R. Sims' Company, attached to 6th 
Georgia State Guards). 

De Kalb Cavalry (Company A, 10th Georgia State Guards). 

De Kalb Guards (Company D, 61st Georgia Infantry). 

De Kalb Guards (Company B, 26th Georgia Infantry). 

De Kalb Murphy Guards (Also called Murphy Guards) (Com- 
pany C, afterward A, 38th Georgia Infantry). 

De Kalb Silver Greys (Company B, 8th Georgia State Guards). 

Delhi Rangers (Company A. 15th Georgia Infantry). 

Dick Davis Guards (Company A, 9th Georgia State Guards). 

Dlllard Rangers (Company A, 3d Georgia Cavalry). 

District Town Calvary (Captain J. Jones' Company, F. Culber- 
son's Battalion, Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Dixie Ranger* (Company C, 65th Georgia Infantry). 

Dooly Guards (Company G, 60th Georgia Infantry). 

Dooly Volunteers (Captain J. D. Wilkes' Company, Wilson's 
Battalion, Local Defense Troops. Georgia). 

Dougherty Greys (Company — . 51st Georgia Infantry). 
Dougherty Guards (Company K, 51st Georgia Infantry). 

Dougherty Hussars (Company D, Cobb's Legion, afterward 9th 
Georgia Cavalry, Georgia Volunteers). 

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Douglass Guards (Captain E. L. Douglass's Company, Yarbor- 
ough's Battalion, Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Basle Guards (Companies A and B, Thompson's Battalion, Lo- 
cal Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Early Dragoons (Captain T. T. Swann's Company, Stewartt's 
Cavalry Battalion, Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Early Guards (Company G, 13th Georgia Infantry). 

Early Volunteers (Company A, 51st Georgia Infantry). 

Echols Cavalry (Company E, 11th Georgia State Guards). 

Echols Guards (Company D, 8th Georgia Infantry). 

Echols Light Artillery (Captain John H. Tiller's Company, 
Georgia Artillery). 

Effingham Hussars (Company A. 2d Battalion, Georgia Cav- 
alry). 

Effingham Minute Men (Captain A. P. Longstreet's Company, 
Wright's Battalion. Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Elbert Volunteers (Company H. 3d Georgia State Guards). 

Emanuel Rangers (Company — , 20th Georgia Infantry). 

Emractt Rifles (Originally Company C, 1st Volunteers, Georgia 
Infantry; afterward Company F. 22d Battalion, Georgia 
Siege Artillery). 

Emmett Rifles (Company B, 1st Georgia Regulars). 

Empire State Guards (Company I, 47th Georgia Infantry). 

Etowah Invincible* (Captain Thomas M. Compton's Company, 
Georgia Infantry). 

Evans Guards (Company K, 13th Georgia Infantry). 

Factory Guards (Captain W. H. Amason's Company, Macon 
Battalion, Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Fannin Guards (Company B, 4th Battalion, afterward 60th Reg- 
iment, Georgia Infantry). 

FanninVolunteers (Captain James Kincaid's Company, Gilmer 
Battalion, Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Faulk Invincibles (Company E, 26th Georgia Infantry). 

Fayette Grey Guards (Company I, 10th Georgia Infantry). 

Fayetteville Rifle Greys (Company I, 10th Georgia Infantry). 

Fayette Rangers (Company F, 13th Georgia Infantry). 

Fayette Volunteers (Company H, 30th Georgia Infantry). 

Firemen Guards (Captain G. S. Oberas' Company, Macon Bat- 
talion, Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Fireside Rangers (Company C, 15th Georgia Infantry). 

Flint Cavalry (Company K, 11th Georgia State Guards). 

Floyd Cavalry (Company E, Floyd Legion, Georgia Volunteers). 

Floyd Infantry (Company H, 8th Georgia Infantry). 

Floyd Legion (Georgia Volunteers). 

Floyd Rangers (Company D, Floyd Legion Georgia Volunteers). 

Floyd Rifles (Company C, 2d Independent Battalion, Georgia 
Infantry). 

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Floyd Rifles (Company A, Macon Battalion, Local Defense 
Troops, Georgia). 

Floyd Sharpshooters (Company B, 21st Georgia Infantry). 

Floyd Springs Guards (Company C, 23d Georgia Infantry). 

Floyd's Newton Cavalry (Company K, 10th Georgia State 
Guards). 

Forrest's Artillery (Capt. C. O. Stillwell's Company, (I) Floyd 
Legion, Georgia State Troops;. 

Forest City Rangers (Captain C. H. Way's Company, Georgia 
Volunteers). 

Forrest Rangers (Company H, -6th Georgia Infantry). 

Forsyth Chattahoochee Cavalry (Company — , Blue Ridge Ti- 
ger Regiment, 4th Georgia State Guards). 

Forsyth Mounted Gieys (Company K, Cherokee Legion, Geor- 
gia Infantry). 

Forsyth Mounted Guards (Company K, Cherokee Legion. Geor- 
gia Infantry). 

Fort Gaines Guards (Company D, 9th Georgia Infantry). 

Fort "Valley Cavalry (Company — , 12th Georgia State Guards). 

Franklin County Guards (Captain S. W. Kay's Company, Six 
Months' Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Franklin County Reserves (Company C, Whitehead's Battalion, 
Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Freeman Guards (Company G, 28th Georgia Infantry). 

F. S. Slaters (Company — , — Georgia — ). 

Fulton Dragoons (Company G, Cobb's Legion, Georgia Volun- 
teers). 

Gainesville Light Infantry (Company A, 11th Georgia Infan- 
try). 

Gardner Volunteers (Company H, 22d Georgia Infantry). 

Garrison Guards Battalion (1st Regiment, Georgia State Line). 

Georgia Dragoons (Company G, 2d Georgia Cavalry). 

Georgia Defenders (Captain F. S. Chapman's Independent Com- 
pany, Georgia State Troops). 

Georgia Coast Rifles (Company F, 1st Volunteers, Georgia In- 
fantry). 

Georgia Dragoons (Company E, 4th (Avery's) Georgia Cav- 
alry). 

Georgia Mounted Dragoons (Company I, 4th (Avery's) Georgia 
Cavalry). 

Georgia Fire Company (Company E, Augusta Fire Battalion 
Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Georgia Forresters (Company F, 29th Georgia Infantry). 

Georgia Guards (Company F, 6th Georgia Guards). 

Georgia Hussars (Company A, Captain J. F. Warlng's Inde- 
pendent Georgia Company; assigned October 14, 1S61 as 

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Company E, 6th Virginia Cavalry; relieved and assigned 
as Company F, Jeff Davis Legion, December 7, 1861). 

Georgia Hussars (Company B, Captain W. H. Wiltberger, Com- 
pany D, 2d Battalion, Georgia Cavalry). 

Georgia Light Artillery (Captain Horatio N. Hollifield's Com- 
pany, State Troops). 

Georgia Light Infantry (Company A, 31st Georgia Infantry). 

Georgia Rangers (Company G, 10th Georgia Infantry). 

Georgia Rangers (62d Georgia Cavalry). 

Georgia Regulars (See Hamilton Battery). 

Georgia Troopers (Company C, 9th Georgia Cavalry). 

Georgia Troopers (Company H, 9th Georgia Cavalry). 

Georgia Volunteers (Company H, 2d Georgia Infantry). 

German Volunteers (Company I, 1st Georgia Volunteers). 

Gibson Guards (Company A, 48th Georgia Infantry). 

Gilmer Battalion (Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Gilmer Blues (Company K, 6th Georgia Infantry). 

Gilmer Guards (Captain D. M. West's Company, Gilmer Bat- 
talion, Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Gilmer Light Guards (Company B, Smith's Legion, Georgia 
Volunteers; afterward Company A, 65th Georgia Infantry). 

Gilmer Rifles (Captain John E. Mitchell's Company, Jackson's 
Regiment, Georgia Volunteers). 

Gilmer Volunteers (Company F, 60th Georgia Infantry). 

Glascock Rangers (Captain R. "Walden's Company, Stephens' 
Battalion, Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Glover Guards (Company G, 4th Georgia Infantry). 

Glynn Guards (Company A, 26th Georgia Infantry). 

Glynn Guards (Company B, 4th (Clinch's) Georgia Cavalry). 

Goshen Blues (Company H, 38th Georgia Infantry). 

Governor's Guard (Company E, 3d Georgia Infantry). 

Governor's Horse Guards (Company A, Cavalry Battalion, Phil- 
Ups] Legion, Georgia). "*""■ 

Grant Factory Guards (Captain J. J. Grant's Company, Thomp- 
son's Battalion, Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Gresham Rifles (Company, A, 45th Georgia Infantry). 

Griffin Light Artillery (Captain O. C. Gibson's Company, Geor- 
gia Artillery). 

Griffin Light Guards (Company B, 5th Georgia Infantry). 

Grubta's Hussars (Company F, Cavalry Battalion, Cobb's Le- 
gion, Georgia). 

Gwinnett Artillery (Company D, 9th Battalion, Georgia Artil- 
lery). 

Gwinnett Cavalry (No. 1) (Company C, 10th Georgia State 
Guards). 

Gwinnett Cavalry (No. 2) (Company H, 10th Georgia Stat* 
Guards). 

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Gwinnett Greys (Company E, 8th Georgia State Guards) 
Gwinnett Guards (Company C, 8th Georgia State Guards). 
Habersham Defender. (Company D, Whitehead's Battalion Lo- 
cal Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Had's Partisan Rangers (Unattached Company ). 

Hall Chattahoochee Cavalry (Company B. Blue Kidge Tiger 

Regiment, 4ta Georgia State Guards). 
Hall County Cavalry (Company A, Blue Ridge Tiger R.giment, 

4th. Georgia State Guards). 
Hall Troopers (Company I, Blue Ridge Tiger Regiment, 4th 

Georgia State Guards). 
Hall Volunteers (Company D, 5Gth Georgia Infantry). 
Hamilton Battery (Also called Georgia Regulars, originally 

Company A, 1st Georgia Regulars; afterwards Independent 

Company, Georgia Artillery). 
Hamilton Rangers (Company K, 48th Georgia Infantry). 
Haralson Brown Guards (Company A, 35th Georgia Infantry). 
Haralson Cavalry (Company E, McDonald's Battalion, Local 

Defense Troops, Georgia). 
Hardee Rifles (Company H, 5th Georgia Infantry). 
Hardee Rifles (Captain John L. Hardee's Company, Local De- 
fense Troops, Georgia). 
Hardwick Mounted Rifles (Company H, 7th Georgia Cavalry). 
Hargett Infantry (Company F, 5th Georgia State Guards). 
Harris Dragoons (Company F, 12th Georgia State Guards). 
Harris Guards (Company — , Georgia — ). 

Harrison Volunteers (Company G, 51st Georgia Volunteers). 
Hartwell Infantry (Company C, 16th Georgia Infantry). 
Hawkinsville Rangers (Company B, 19th Battalion, Georgia 

Cavalry). 
Heard Independent Cavalry (Company E, 10th Georgia State 

Guards). 
Henry County Cavalry (Company B, 10th Georgia State 

Guards). 
Henry County Dragoons (Company F, 10th Georgia State 

Guards). 
Henry Guards (Company G, 19th Georgia Infantry). 
Henry Infantry (Company K, 8th Georgia State Guards). 
Henry Light Infantry (Company E, 25th Georgia Infantry). 
High Shoals Defenders (Captain A. J. Medlin's Company, Six 

Months' Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 
Highland Rangers (Company G, 1st Georgia Cavalry). 
Hillyer Rifles (Company C, 9th Georgia Infantry). 
Holloway Greys (Captain A. J. White's Company, Georgia — ). 
Home Guards (Company D, 3d Georgia Infantry). 
Homer Cavalry (Company F, Blue Ridge Tiger Regiment, 4th 
Georgia State Guards). 

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Homer Troopers (Company A, 30th Battalion, Georgia Cav- 
alry). 

Hood's Cavalry (Company D, 29th Battalion, Georgia Cavalry). 

Hook and Ladder Guard (Company D, Atlanta Fire Battalion, 
Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Hopkins Partisan Rangers (Company A, 24th Battalion, Georgia 
Cavalry). 

Hopkins Partisan Rangers (Company C, 24th Battalion, Georgia 
Cavalry). 

Houston Guard (Company A, 8th Battalion, Georgia State 
Guard). 

Houston Volunteers (Company K, 11th Georgia Infantry). 

Hugruenin Rifles (Company D, 30th Georgia Infantry). 

Hunter Guards (Company C, 30th Georgia Infantry). 

Hunter Rifles (Company — . 4th Georgia Infantry). 

Hurt Light Artillery (Lieutenant Joseph A. Alexander's Com- 
pany, Georgia Artillery). 

Hunchins Guard (Captain — Thomas's Company, Georgia Vol- 
unteers). 

Independent Blues (Company D, 10th Georgia Infantry). 

Independent Georgia Volunteers (Captain G. W. Lee's Com- 
pany, Georgia Vounteers). 

Independent Volunteers (Lieutenant James A. Damour's Com- 
pany, Georgia Volunteers). 

Independent Volunteers (Company A, 1st Confederate Geor- 
gia). 

Independent Volunteers (Company E, 9th Battalion, Georgia 
State Guard). 

Invincibles (Captain — Holmes' Company, Georgia Volunteers). 

Irish Jasper Greens (Company A, 1st Volunteers, Georgia). 

Irish Volunteer Guards (Company — , 8th Georgia Infantry, 
1st Volunteers Georgia). 

Irish Volunteers (Company A, Company D, 1st Georgia Volun- 
teers). 

Irish Volunteers Co. B (Company E, 1st Volunteers, Georgia). 

Irwin Guard (Company A, 9th Georgia Infantry). 

Irwin Artillery (Originally Company A, 9th Georgia Infantry; 
afterward Company C. Sumter 11th Battalion, Georgia Ar- 
tillery). 

Irwin Invincibles (Company E. 25th Georgia Infantry). 

Irwin Volunteers (20th Georgia Infantry). 

Irwin Volunteers (Company F, 49th Georgia Infantry). 

Ivey Guards (Company G, 20th Georgia Infantry). 

Ivey Guards (Company B, 5th Georgia State Guard). 

Jack Brown's (Company H. 59th Georgia Infantry). 

Jackson Artillery (Captain George A. Dure's Company, Georgia 
Artillery). 

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Jackson Avengers (Captain — Bradford's Company, Ge>or S i* 

Jackson Avengers (Company G. 55th Georgia Infantry) 

Jackson Blues (Company B, 2d Georgia Infantry). 

Jackson Cavalry (Company K, Blue Ridge Tiger Regiment, 4th 
Georgia State Guards). 

Jackson Guards (Company B, 59th Georgia Infantry). 

Jackson Mounted Guards (Company I, 9th Georgia State 
Guards). 

Jasper Maxey Infantry (Company C, 6th Georgia State Guard). 

Jeff's Cavalry (Captain H. G. Wright's Company, Local De- 
fense Troops, Georgia). 

Jefferson Guards (Company C. 20th Georgia Infantry). 

Jefferson Volunteers (Company E, 4Sth Georgia Infantry). 

Jennings Rangers (Company C, 20th Battalion, Georgia Cav- 
alry). 

Joe Brown Guard (Captain A. J. Smith's Pompany, Wilson's 
Battalion, Local Defense Troops. Georgia). 

Joe Brown Rifles (Company G, Blue Ridge Tiger Regiment, 4th 
Georgia State Guards). 

Joe Brown's, The (Company — , 2d Georgia — ). 

Joe Brown's Guards (Company F, 9th Georgia State Guards). 

Joe Brown's Pets (Company C, 2d Georgia State Troops). 

.loimson Guarrfw (Company B, Cavalry Battalion, Phillips' Le- 
gion, Georgia Volunteers). 

Jones Hussars (Captain J. J. Jones' Company, Six Months' Lo- 
cal Defense Troops, "Georgia). 

Jones State Guards (Company H, 6th Georgia State Guards). 

Jones Volunteers (Company B, 12th Georgia Infantry). 

Jo Thompson Artillery (Originally Company M, 38th Georgia 
Infantry; afterward Captain L. J. Parr's, afterward C. R. 
Hanleiter's Company, Georgia Artillery). 

ftennesaw Guards (Company A, 7th Georgia State Guards). 

LaFayette Volunteers (Company G, 9th Georgia Infantry). 

LaGrange Light Guards (Company B, 4th Georgia Infantry). 

Lamar Mounted Rifles (Also called Mounted Rifles, Company 
H, 5th Georgia Cavalry). 

Lamar Rangers (Also called Mounted Rifles, Company H, 5th 
Georgia Cavalry). 

Lamar Infantry (Company A, 54th Georgia Infantry). 

Laurens Volunteers (Company G, 49th Georgia Infantry). 

Lawrenceville Infantry (Company E, 8th Georgia State 
Guards). 

Laurens Reserves (Captain R. A. Stanley's Company, Cars- 
well's Battalion, Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Lee Cavalry (Captain J. H. Allen's Cavalry, Six Months Local 
Defense Troops, Georgia). 

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Lee Guards (Company B, 51st Georgia Infantry). 

Lee Riflemen, (Company F, Whitehead's Battalion, Local De- 
fense Troops, Georgia). 

Lee Rifles (See Augusta* Lee Rifles). 

Lee Volunteers (Company B, 11th Georgia Infantry). 

Lee Rangers (Company E, Provost Battalion, Local Defense 
Troops, Georgia). 

Lee's Volunteers (Company D, 1st B*ttalion, Georgia Infantry). 

Lester Volunteers (Company E, 14th Gaoryia Infantry). 

Letcher Guards (Company B, 10th Georgia Infantry). 

Lewis and Phillips Guards (Company C, 3d Battalion, Georgia 
Infantry). 

Leyden Artillery (Company A, 9th Battalion, Georgia Artillery). 

Liberty Company (Company A, Whitehead's Battalion, Local 
Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Liberty Dragoons (Company B, 20th Battalion, Georgia Cav- 
alry). 

Liberty Mounted Dragoons (Company B, 20th Battalion, Geor- 
gia Cavalry). 

Liberty Guards (Company D, 5th Georgia Cavalry). 

Liberty Independent Troop (Company G, 5th Georgia Cavalry). 

Liberty Mounted Rangers (See Liberty Dragoons). 

Liberty Volunteers (Company H, afterward E, 25th Georgia In- 
fantry). 

Line Guards (Company D, Stephens' Battalion, Local Defense 
Troops, Georgia). 

Lipscomb Volunteers (Company H, 9th Georgia State Guards). 

Lochrane Guards (Company F, Infantry Battalion, Phillips' 
Legion, Georgia). 

Lockett Volunteers (Company K, 59th Georgia Infantry). 

Lowndes Mounted Infantry (Company B, 11th Georgia State 
Guards). 

Lowndes Volunteers (Company I, 12th Georgia Infantry). 

Lula Fire Company No. 3 (Company C, Atlanta Fire Battalion, 
Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Lula Videttes (Company F, Atlanta Fire Battalion, Local De- 
fense Troops, Georgia). 

Lumpkin Cavalry (Captain B. H. Cdrbin's Company, Six Months 
Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Lumpkin Guards (Company E, 30th Battalion, Georgia State 
Troops). 

McCulloch Rifles (Company L, afterward D, 38th Georgia In- 
fantry). 

McDonald Battalion ( — Battalion, Georgia State Guards). 

Mcintosh Cavalry (Company K, 5th Georgia Cavalry). 

Mcintosh County Guards (Company M, 26th Georgia Infantry). 

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Mcintosh Guards (Company M, 26th Georgia Infantry) 

Mcintosh Guards (Captain — Mcintosh's Company, Georgia — ) 

Mcintosh Volunteers (Captain J. W. Boggs' Company, Georgia)' 

Mcleod .Artillery (originally Company C, 3Sth Georgia Infantry 
—Wright's Legion). 

McLeod Volunteers (Company H, 4Sth Georgia Infantry) 

Macon Battalion (Battalion Local Defense Troops Georgia) 

Macon County Volunteers (Company I, 4th Georgia Infantry). 

Macon Guards (Company — , 2d Georgia Infantry). 

Macon Guards (Company C, 8th Georgia Infantry). 

Macon Provost Guard (Company — , — Georgia — ). 

Macon Volunteers (Company A, Company D, 2d Battalion, 
Georgia Infantry). 

Macon Volunteers (Company B, Captain C. H. Freeman's Com- 
pany, Macon Battalion, Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Macon and Western Railroad Guards (Captain John S. Wise's 
Company, Macon Battalion, Local Defense Troops, Geor- 
gia). 

Madison Greys (Company A, 16th Georgia Infantry). 

Marietta Infantry (Company E, 7th Georgia State Guards). 

Marion Gutirds (Company K, 12th Georgia Infantry). 

Marion Infantry (Company H, 5th Georgia State Guards). 

Marshallville Volunteers (Company — , 12th Georgia State 
Guards). 

Maxwell Artillery (Also called Regular Light Battery, Captain 
J. A. Maxwell's Company, Georgia Artillery, originally 
Company D, 1st Georgia Regulars). 

Mechanic Fire Company No. 2 (Company B, Atlanta Fire Bat- 
talion, Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Mell A r olunteers (Company D, Infantry Battalion, Cobb's Le- 
gion, Georgia Volunteers). 

Mercer Artillery (Company K, 28th Battalion, Georgia Infan- 
try). 

Mercer Partisans (Company A, 24th Battalion, Georgia Cav- 
alry). 

Meriwether Volunteers (Company — , 13th Georgia Infantry). 

Mllledge Artillery (Captain John Milledge's (Jr.) Company, 
Georgia Artillery). 

MUledgeville Guards (Captain Wm. Caraker's Company, Six 
Months Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Milieu Rifles (Company B, 8th Georgia Infantry). 

Milieu's Partisan Ranprers (20th Battalion, Georgia Cavalry). 

Miller Guard (Company D, 51st Georgia Infantry). 

Miller Rangers (Company C, 21s Battalion, Georgia Cavalry). 

Milton Cavalry (Company B, Cavalry Battalion, Cherokee Le- 
gion, Georgia Volunteers). 

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Milton Guards (Company B, 38th Georgia Infantry). 

Mitchell Guards (Company C, 31st Georgia Infantry). 

Mitchell Independents (Company F, 6th Georgia Infantry). 

Mitchell Van-Guard (Company C, 61st. Georgia Infantry). 

Mitchell Volunteer Guards (Company A, 47th Georgia Infan- 
try). 

Monroe Crowders (Company D, 31st Georgia Infantry). 

Monroe Infantry (Company D, 8th Georgia State Guards). 

Montgomery Artillery (14th Battalion, Georgia Artillery). 

Montgomery Guards (Guilmartin's Company, 1st Volunteers, 
Georgia, afterward Company E, 22d Battalion, Georgia 
Siege Artillery). 

Montgomery Sharpshooters (Company E, 61st Georgia Infan- 
try). 

Montgomery Volunteers (Company — , Carswell's Battalion, 
Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Moughon Infantry (Company D, 66th Georgia Infantry). 

Moultrie Cavalry (Company C, 11th Georgia State Guards). 

Mountain Dragoons (Company A, 23d Battalion, Georgia In- 
fantry). 

Mountain Rangers (Company E, 21st Georgia Infantry). 

Mountain Tigers (Company H, 31st Georgia Infantry). 

Mountaineer Riflemen (Company I, 48th Georgia Infantry). 

Mountaineers (Company D, 14th Battalion, Georgia Artillery). 

Mounted Infantry (Company B, 9th Battalion, Georgia State 
Guards). 

Mounted Infantry (Captain J. J. Jones' Company, Six Months 
Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Mounted Rangers (Lieutenant J. H. Sykes' Company, Georgia 
Cavalry). 

Muckalee Guards (Company A, 12th Georgia Infantry). 

Mumford Avengers (Company — , 49th Georgia Infantry). 

Murphy Guards (Company A, 12th Georgia Infantry). 

Murray Cavalry (Captain W. C. Asher's Independent Com- 
pany, Georgia Cavalry). 

Murray Rifles (Company — , Georgia — ). 

Muscogee Cavalry (Company — , 12th Georgia State Guards). 

Muscogee Confederates (Company B, 31st Georgia Infantry). 

Muscogee Factory Guards (Company — , Thompson's Battalion, 
Georgia Volunteers). 

Muscogee Guards (Captain A. B. Thornton's Company, Six 
Months Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Muscogee Light Infantry (Company B, 20th Georgia Infantry). 

Muscogee Rifles (Company E, 12th Georgia Infantry). 

Muscogee Rifles (Company — , — Georgia — ). 

Nelson Rangers (T. M. Nelson's Independent Company, Georgia 

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Cavalry, General S. D. Lee's Escort). 

Newuau Artillery (Company A, (Hanvey's Battery) 12th Bat- 
talion. Georgia Artillery). 

Newnan Guard. (Company A, 1st Georgia Volunteers). 

Newnan Range™ (42d Georgia Infantry). 

Ochlochnee Light Infantry (Company B, 29th Georgia Infan- 
try). 

Ocmuleee Ranger. (Company A, 19th Battalion, Georgia Cav- 
alry; afterward Company F, 10th Confederate Cavalry). 

Oconee Guards (Company K, 9th Georgia State Guards). 

Oconee Scout. (Capt. J. S. Joyner's Company, Georgia Volun- 
teers). 

Oconee Volunteers (Captain — Thompson's Company, Georgia 
Volunteers). 

Ogeechec Minute Men (Captain D. W. Garrison's Company, Six 
Months Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Ogeechee Rifle. (Company K, afterward D. 25th Georgia In- 
fantry) 

Oglethorpe Artillery (Company — , 8th Georgia Volunteers). 

Oglethorpe Blue. (Company — . — Georgia — ). 

Oglethorpe Guard. (Company D, 1st Georgia Volunteers). 

Oglethorpe Infantry (Company D, 1st Volunteers, Georgia). 

Oglethorpe Light Artillery (Company A, 63d Georgia Infantry). 

Oglethorpe Light Infantry (Company H, 1st Volunteers, Geor- 
gia). 

Oglethorpe Light Infantry (Company B, 8th Georgia Infantry). 

Oglethorpe Rifles (Company K, 8th Georgia Infantry). 

Oglethorpe Siege Artillery Battalion (Independent Battalion, 
Georgia Artillery, Companies A and B — Company A be- 
came Company C (formerly Savannah Artillery) and Com- 
pany B became Company D, 22d Battalion, Georgia Siege 
Artillery), 

O. K. Rifles (Company — , 13th Georgia Infantry). 

Olcefenokee Rifle. (Company F, afterward G, 26th Georgia In- 
fantry). 

One Company (Company G. Atlanta Fire Battalion, Local De- 
fense Troops. Georgia). 

Ordnance Guard (Local Defense Georgia Volunteers, Macon, 
Georgia). 

Palmetto Guards (Company C. 19th Georgia Infantry). 

Panola Guards (Company G, 9th Georgia Cavalry). 

Panola Guards (Rifles) (Company H, 13th Georgia Infantry). 

Paulding Infantry (Company K, Infantry Battalion, Floyd Le- 
gion, Georgia State Guards). 

Paulding Raid Repellers (Company A, McDonald's Battalion, 
Local Defense Troops. Georgia). 

Paulding Volunteer. (Company C, 7th Georgia Infantry). 

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Pauline Rifles (Captain W. H. Barteley's Company, 5th Georgia 

State Troops). 
Perry Cavalry (Company — , 12th Georgia State Guards). 
Phillips Battalion (Georgia State Guards). 
PJttflips Legion (Georgia Volunteers). 

Phoenix Battalion (Company C, 13th Battalion, Georgia "Vol- 
unteers). 
Phoenix Riflemen (Company — . 1st Volunteers, Georgia; af- 
terward Company B, 63d Georgia Infantry). 
Pickens Cavalry (Company D, McDonald's Battalion, Local 

Defense Troops, Georgia). 
Pickens Raid Repellers (Company I, Cherokee Legion, Georgia 

Infantry). 
Pierce Guards (Company I, 49th Georgia Infantry). 
Pierce Mounted Volunteers (Also called Atlantic and Gulf 
Guards Cavalry Company attached to 26th Georgia Infan- 
try). 
Pike Infantry (Company B, 6th Georgia State Guards). 
Pioneer Infantry (Company E, Augusta Fire Brigade, Local De- 
fense Troops, Georgia). 
Pirkle Rangers (Company — , Blue Ridge Tiger Regiment, 4th 

Georgia State Guards). 
Piscola Volunteers (Company L 26th Georgia Infantry). 
Pochitla Guards (Company E, 51st Georgia Infantry). 
Polk Mounted Infantry (Company H, Cavalry Battalion, Floyd 

Legion, Georgia State Guards). 
Polk Volunteers (Company G, Infantry Battalion, Floyd Le- 
gion, Georgia State Guards). 
Pond Spring Company — Cavalry — (Company E, Culberson's 

Battalion. Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 
Poythree Volunteers (Company E, Infantry Battalion, Cobb's 

Legion, Georgia Volunteers). 
Provost Battalion (Battalion at Macon, Georgia). 
Provost Guard (Battalion at Atlanta, Georgia). 
Pulaski Artillery (Company K, 10th Georgia Infantry; after- 
ward attached as Company L or K to 1st Virginia Artil- 
lery). 
Pulaski Guards (Company K, 10th Georgia Infantry; afterward 

attached as Company L or K to 1st Virginia Artillery). 
Pulaski Blues, (Company F, 31st Georgia Infantry). 
Pulaski Cavalry (Company — , Carswell's Battalion, Local De- 
fense Troops, Georgia). 
Pulaski Greys (Company K, 49th Georgia Infantry). 
Pulaski Guard (Captain H. Williams' Company, Georgia Infan- 
try). 
Pulaski Volunteers (Company G, 8th Georgia Infantry). 

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Putnam Infantry (Company — , Georgia Infantry). 

Putnam Light Infantry (Company G, 12th Georgia Infantry). 

Quitman Greys (Company — , 11th Georgia Infantry). 

Quitman Guards (Company K. 1st Georgia Volunteers). 

Quitman Guards (Company K, 53rd Georgia Infantry). 

Railroad Guards (Company — , Thompson's Battalion, Local 
Defense Troops. Georgia). 

Railroad Guard* (Captain J. J. Matthews' Company, Georgia 
Volunteers). 

Rains Guards (Company D, Rains' Regiment, Local Defense 
Troops, Augusta (?), Georgia). 

Ramsey Volunteers (Company K, 16th Georgia Infantry). 

Randolph Cavalry (Company A, 2d Georgia Cavalry). 

Randolph Rangers (Company B, 24th Battalion, Georgia Cav- 
alry). 

Randolph Rangers (Company G, 51st Georgia Infantry). 

Randolph Volunteers (Company — , 13th Georgia Infantry). 

Rattlesnake Rangers (Company C, 19th Battalion, Georgia 
Cavalry). 

Rebel Rangers (Company D, 2d Georgia State Guards). 

Reese Guards (Company B, 9th Georgia State Guards). 

Reids' Guards (Company C, 39th Battalion, Georgia State 
Troops). 

Republican Blues (Originally a Battalion of Georgia Militia; 
afterward Companies B and C 1st Volunteers, Georgia 
Infantry). 

Reserve Chatham Artillery (Georgia Artillery). 

Richmond Dragoons (Company K, Cavalry Battalion, Cobb's 
Legion, Georgia Volunteers). 

Richmond Hussars (Company A, Cavalry Battalion, Cobb's 
Legion, afterward 9th Georgia Cavalry). 

Richmond Light Infantry (Company D, Augusta Fire Battalion, 
Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Rigdon Guards (Captain A. J. Smith's Company, Local Defense 
Troops, Georgia). 

Ringgold Rangers (Company C, 13th Georgia Infantry). 

Ringgold Guard (Georgia). 

Ringgold Rangers (Captain A. C. Bradshaw's Company (Inde- 
pendent) Georgia Cavalry). 

-Ringgold Volunteers (Company B, 1st Battalion, Georgia In- 
fantry). 

Rome Cavalry (Company C, Cavalry Battalion, Floyd Legion. 
Georgia State Guards). 

Rome Guards (Company A, Infantry Battalion, Floyd Legion, 
Georgia State Guards). 

Rome Light Guards (Company A, Sth Georgia Infantry). 



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Roswell Battalion (Cavalry) Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Roswell Troopers (Company — , Cavalry Battalion, Cobb*» 
Legion, Georgia Volunteers), afterward Company B, 9th 
Georgia Cavalry). 

Rough and Ready Boys (Captain — , Richards' Company, Geor- 
gia Volunteers). 

Bough and Ready Boy, (Captain — , McRae's Company, Geor- 
gia Volunteers). 

Rough and Ready Volunteers (Company G, 7th Georgia State 
Guards). 

Rowan Partisan. Rangers (Company K, 6th Georgia Cavalry). 

Rutland Guards (Company B, 27th Georgia Infantry). 

Rutledge Sharpshooters (Company — , Georgia). 

Sallacoa Silver Greys (Company F, Infantry Battalion, Chero- 
kee Legion, Georgia Volunteers). 

Sallie Twiggs Regiment (16th Georgia Infantry). 

Sardis Volunteers (Company E, 21st Georgia Artillery). 

Satllla Rangers (Company A, 50th Georgia Infantry). 

Savannah Artillery (Captain J. B. Gallie's Company Georgia 
Artillery, originally attached to 1st Volunteers, Georgia 
Infantry). 

Savannah Cadets (Company — , Georgia — ). 

Savannah City Light Guard (Also called City Light Guard, 
Company D, 1st Volunteers, Georgia Infantry). 

Savannah Guards (18th Battalion Georgia Infantry). 

Savannah Volunteers (18th Battalion, Georgia Infantry). 

Savannah Volunteer Guards (18th Battalion, Georgia Infantry). 

Savannah Volunteer Guards (A company of boys (Captain W. 
G. Charlton's Company, Georgia Volunteers). 

Savannah River Guards (Company K, — Georgia). 

Schley Cavalry (Company D, 29th Battalion, Georgia Cavalry). 

Schley Riflemen (Company A, 22d Georgia Infantry). 

Schley Volunteers (Company B, 17th Georgia Infantry). 

Scott Infantry (Company B, 64th Georgia Infantry). 

Screven Cavalry (Company — , Wright's Battalion, Local De- 
fense Troops, Georgia). 

Screven Guards (Company D, 45th Georgia Infantry). 

Screven Troop (Company B, 2d Battalion, Georgia Cavalry). 

Seaboard Guards (Company C, 26th Georgia Infantry). 

Second Independent Battalion Infantry (Georgia Volunteers). 

Semmes Guard (Company C, 2d Georgia Infantry). 

"Seventeenth" Patriots (Company K, 29th Georgia Infantry). 

Shlloh Troop (Company K, 4th (Clinch's) Georgia Cavalry). 

Sidney Johnstons (Company G, 59th Georgia Infantry). 

Silver Greys (afterward called Bibb Greys (Company A, Rains' 
Regiment, Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Slappey Guards (Company G, 48th Georgia Infantry). 

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Slocomb Volunteers (Company B, Whitehead's Battalion, Local 
Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Sons of Dixie (Company G, 20th Georgia Infantry). 

Southern Guard, (Company B, 1st Georgia Volunteers). 

Southern Guard. (Company G.) (Company I, 20th Georgia 
Infantry). 

Southern Rifle, (Company A, 4th Georgia Infantry). 

Southern Rights Battery (Company A, 14th Battalion, Georgia 
Artillery). 

Southern Right, Guards (Company C, 1st Georgia Volunteers). 

Southern Rights Volunteers (Company A, 25th Georgia In- 
fantry). 

Southwestern Railroad Guard, (Captain J. M. Walden's Com- 
pany, Macon Battalion, Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

southwestern Railroad Infantry (Captain C. D. Walls Com- 
pany, Macon Battalion, Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Spalding Grey, (Company B, 2d Independent Battalion, Geor» 
gia Infantry). 

Spalding Infantry (Company I, 6th Georgia State Guards). 

Spalding Volunteers (Company K, 6th Georgia Stat« Guard*). 

Stark Guards (Company F, 61st Georgia Infantry). 

Stark Volunteer, (Company I, 13th Georgia Infantry). 

State Armory Guards (Captain J. W. Green's Company, Six 
Months Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

State Rights Guards (Company E, 49th Georgia Infantry). 

Stephens Battalion (Battalion Georgia State Guards). 

Stephens Home Guard (Company D, 15th Georgia Infantry). 

Stephens Light Artillery (Georgia Artillery; prior to Novem- 
ber 1863, 3d Maryland Battery). 

Stephens Light Guard (Company I, 8th Georgia Infantry). 

Stephens Rifles (Company C, 9th Georgia Cavalry). 

Stephens Volunteers (Company G, 29th Georgia Infantry). 

Stewart Greys (Company K, 2d Georgia Infantry). 

Stewart I»fantry (Company — , Yarborough's Battalion, Local 
Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Stewart Infantry (Company I, 21st Georgia Infantry). 

Stone Mountain Guards (Company H, 8th Georgia State 
Guards). 

Stonewall tDavalry (Company — , 12th Georgia State Guards). 

Stonewall Guards (Company D, 6th Georgia State Guards). 

Stonewall Hussars Lieutenant J. D. Harrell's Company, Georgia 
Volunteers). 

Stonewall Volunteers (Company A, 5th Georgia State Guards). 

Sulphur Spring Guard (Company B, 2d Georgia State Guard). 

Sumter Battalion (11th Battalion Georgia Artillery). 

Sumter Cavalry (Company — , 12th Georgia State Guards). 

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Sumter Flying Artillery (Captain A. S. Cutts' Company, Geor- 
gia Artillery; afterward Company A, 11th Battalion Geor- 
gia Artillery). 

Sumter Light Guards (Company K, 4th Georgia Infantry). 

Swamp Rangers (Company D, 19th Battalion, Georgia Cavalry). 

Sydney Brown Infantry (Captain — , Arnold's Company Geor- 
gia Volunteers). 

Talbot Guards (Company E, 9th Georgia Infantry). 

Talbot Infantry (Company F, 5th Georgia State Guards). 

Talbot Troopers (Company — , 12th Georgia State Guards). 

Taliaferro Volunteers (Company D, 49th Georgia Infantry). 

Tattnall Invincible* (Company G, 47th Georgia Infantry). 

Tattnall Rangers (Company B, 61st Georgia Infantry). 

Tattnall Guards (Company G, 1st Volunteers, Georgia Infantry). 

Taylor Cavalry (Company ■ — , 12th Georgia State Guards). 

Taylor Infantry (Company K, 5th Georgia State Guards). 

Telfair Irish Greys (Company A, 25th Georgia Infantry). 

Telfair Volunteers (Company B, 48th Georgia Infantry). 

Telfair Volunteers (Company H, 20th Georgia Infantry. 

Terrell Infantry (Company F, 51st Georgia Infantry). 

Terrell Light Artillery (Captain E. G. Dawson's Company, 
Georgia Artillery). 

Thomas Cavalry (Company A, 11th Georgia State Guards). 

Thomas County Rangers (Company E, 50th Georgia Infantry). 

Thomas County Volunteers (Company H, 29th Georgia In- 
fantry). 

Thomas Legion (Georgia Volunteers). 

Thomas Reserves (Captain A. H. Hamell's (Hahsell's) Company, 
Georgia Volunteers). 

Thomasville Guards (Company A, 2'9th Georgia Infantry). 

Thompson Guard, 7th Battalion Georgia). 

Thompson Guards (Company F, 10th Georgia Infantry). 

Thompson Guards (Company — , 13th Georgia — ). 

Thompson Guards (Company I, 61st Georgia Infantry). 

Thompson Rangers (Company D, 2d Georgia Infantry). 

Tilton Volunteers (Company B, 1st Georgia State Guards). 

Toccoa Infantry (Company G, Whitehead's Battalion, Local 
Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Tom Cobb Infantry (Company E, 38th Georgia Infantry). 

Toombs Guards (Company I, 9th Georgia Infantry). 

Toombs Rangers (Company D, 20th Georgia Infantry). 

Toombs Rangers (Company C, 21st Georgia Infantry). 

Toombs Volunteers (Company F, 4th Georgia Infantry). 

Town Rangers (Company A, Cavalry Battalion, Smith's Legion, 
Georgia Volunteers). 

Troup Artillery (Originally attached to 2d Georgia Infantry, 

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afterward Company A, Cobb's Legion, afterward Captain 
M. Stanley's Independent Company Georgia Artillery). 

rugalo Rangers (Company D, 30th Battalion, Georgia Cavalry). 

Turner Guard* (Company I, 59th Georgia Infantry). 

Twiggs Cavalry (Company — , Carswell's Battalion, Local De- 
fense Troops, Georgia).) 

Twiggs Guards (Company I, 6th Georgia Infantry). 

Twiggs Volunteers (Company C, 4th Georgia Infantry). 

Valdosta Guards (Company D, 50th Georgia Infantry). 

Valley Rangers (Company D, — Georgia — ). 

Vason Guards (Captain P. Robinson's Company, Georgia Volun- 
teers). 

Vigilant Infantry (Company A, Augusta Fire Brigade, Local 
Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Walker Cavalry (Company A, Culberson's Battalion, Local 
Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Walker Cavalry (Company B, Culberson's Battalion, Local De- 
fense Troops, Georgia). 

Walker Cavalry (Con*pany C, Culberson's Battalion, Local 
Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Walker Independents (Company C, 60th Georgia Infantry). 

Walker Light Infantry (Company I, 1st Georgia Volunteers). 

Walker Rifles (Company E, 55th Georgia Infantry). 

Walton Guards (Company E, 9th Georgia State Guards). 

Walton Infantry (Company H, 11th Georgia Infantry). 

Walton Rangers (Company — , 10th Georgia State Guards). 

War Department Guards (Company A, 3d Battalion. Local De- 
fense Troops, Georgia). 

Ward Volunteers (Company C, 9th Georgia State Guards). 

Ware Guards (Company D, 26th Georgia Infantry). 

Ware Volunteers (Company B, 50th Georgia Infantry). 

Ware Volunteers (Company — , 11th Georgia State Guards). 

Warren Akin Guards (Company E, 64th Georgia Infantry). 

Warren Defenders (Company — , Wilson's Battalion, Local 
Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Warren Infantry (Company B, 48th Georgia Infantry). 

Warsaw Rifles (Company C, 25th Georgia Infantry). 

Washington Artillery (Assigned as Company F to 1st Inde- 
pendent Battalion, afterward Company F, 1st Confederate 
Volunteers, 36th Georgia Infantry; afterward Burtwell's 
and Pritchard's Batteries). 

Washington County Company (Company E, 1st Georgia Volun- 
teers). 

Washington Guards (Company C, 49th Georgia Infantry). 

Washington Light Infantry (Company B, Augusta Fire Bat- 
talion, Local Defense Troops, Georgia). 

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Washington Rifles (Company B, 32d Georgia Infantry). 

Washington Rifles (Company E, 1st Georgia "Volunteers). 

Washington Volunteers (Company K, 1st Volunteers, Georgia 
Infantry). 

Wayne Cavalry Guards (Company Six Months Local Defense 
Troops, Georgia). 

Wayne Guards (Company G, 6th Georgia State Guards). 

Wayne & Mercer Rangers (Company A, 24th Battalion, Georgia 
Cavalry). 

Wayne Rangers (Company A, 4th (Clinch's Georgia Cavalry). 

Wayne Rangers (Company A, 24th Battalion, Georgia Cavalry). 

Webster lnvincibles (46th Georgia Infantry). 

Webster Rifles (Company A, 17th Georgia Infantry). 

West Infantry (Company E, Whitehead's Battalion, Local De- 
fense Troops, Georgia). 

West Point Guards (Company D, 4th Georgia Infantry). 

Western & Atlantic Guards (Captain — Hull's Company, Geor- 
gia Infantry). 

White Home Guards (Company G, 8th Georgia State Guards). 

Whitesville Guards (Company E, 20th Georgia Infantry). 

Whitfield Volunteers (Company D, 60th Georgia Infantry). 

Whittle Guards (Company D, 10th Battalion, Georgia In- 
fantry). 

Wilcox Cavalry Greys (Company — , Carswell's Battalion, Local 
Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Wilcox Rifles (Company H, 10th Georgia Infantry). 

Wilkerson Rifles (Company F, 3d Georgia Infantry). 

Wilkinson lnvincibles (Company A, 49th Georgia Infantry). 

Wilkinson Volunteers (Company O, Carswell's Battalion, Local 
Defense Troops, Georgia). 

Wilkinson Volunteers (Company A, 6th Georgia State Guards). 

Williams Volunteers (Company C, 32d Georgia Infantry). 

Wilson Tigers (Company I, 48th Georgia Infantry). 

Wiregrass Boys (Company A, 20th Battalion, Georgia Cavalry). 

Wiregrass Minutemen (Company C, 26th Georgia Infantry). 

Wiregrass Rifle Company (Company F, 26th Georgia Infantry). 

Worth Infantry (Company F, 59th Georgia Infantry). 

Worth Reserves (Company Six Months Local Defense Troops, 
Georgia). 

Wright Infantry (Company H, 2d Georgia Infantry). 

Wright's Legion (38th Georgia Infantry). 

Yancey lnvincibles (Company H, 21st Georgia Infantry). 

Young Guards (Company A, 3d Georgia Infantry). 

Zollicoffer Riflemen (Company C, 10th Battalion, Georgia In- 
fantry). 



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INDEX. 

Preliminary Statement 6-7 

Sketch of History of Georgia (1732-1909) '.'.'.'.'.'.'.7-16 

Governors of Georgia 16-18 

Counties of Georgia and dates of their founding 19-22 

Field Officers, Regiments and Battalions from Georgia in 

the Confederate States Army 23-71 

Infantry 23-40 

First Infantry Regiment 23 

Second Infantry Regiment 23 

Third Infantry Regiment 23-24 

Fourth Infantry Regiment 24 

Fifth Infantry Regiment 24 

Sixth Infantry Regiment 24 

Seventh Infantry Regiment 24-25 

Eighth Infantry Regiment 25 

Ninth Infantry Regiment 25 

Tenth Infantry Regiment 25 

Eleventh Infantry Regiment 25 

Twelfth Infantry Regiment 25-26 

Thirteenth Infantry Regiment 26 

Fourteenth Infantry Regiment 26 

Fifteenth Infantry Regiment 26 

Sixteenth Infantry Regiment 26 

Seventeenth Infantry Regiment 26 

Eighteenth Infantry Regiment 27 

Nineteenth Infantry Regiment 27 

Twentieth Infantry Regiment 27 

Twenty-First Infantry Regiment 27 

Twenty-Second Infantry Regiment 27 

Twenty-Third Infantry Regiment 27-28 

Twenty-Fourth Infantry Regiment 28 

Twenty-Fifth Infantry Regiment 28 

Twenty-Sixth (Lamar's) Infantry Regiment 28 

Twenty-Sixth (Styles') Infantry Regiment 2S 

Twenty-Seventh Infantry Regiment 2S 

Twenty-Eighth Infantry Regiment 29 

Twenty-Ninth Infantry Regiment 29 

Thirtieth Infantry Regiment 29 

Thirty-First Infantry Regiment 29 

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Thirty-Second Infantry Regiment > 29 

Thirty-Third Infantry Regiment (not organized) 29 

Thirty-Fourth Infantry Regiment 29 

Thirty-Fifth Infantry Regiment 29-30 

Thirty-Sixth (Villepigue's) Infantry Regiment 30 

Thirty-Sixth (Glenn's) Infantry Regiment 30 

Thirty-Seventh Infantry Regiment 30 

Thirty-Seventh (Military District) Georgia Regiment 30 

Thirty-Eighth Infantry Regiment 30 

Thirty-Ninth Infantry Regiment 30 

Fortieth Infantry Regiment 30 

Forty-First Infantry Regiment 30-31 

Forty-Second Infantry Regiment 31 

Forty-Third Infantry Regiment 31 

Forty-Fourth Infantry Regiment . ., 31 

Forty-Fifth Infantry Regiment 31 

Forty-Sixth Infantry Regiment 31 

Forty-Seventh Infantry Regiment . .\ 31 

Forty-Eighth Infantry Regiment 31-32 

Forty-Ninth Infantry Regiment 32 

Fiftieth Infantry Regiment 32 

Fifty-First Infantry Regiment 32 

Fifty-Second Infantry Regiment 32 

Fifty-Third Infantry Regiment 32-33 

Fifty-Fourth Infantry Regiment 33 

Fifty-Fifth Infantry Regiment 33 

Fifty-Sixth Infantry Regiment 33 

Fifty-Seventh Infantry Regiment , 33 

Fifty-Eighth Infantry Regiment (no record) 33 

Fifty-Ninth Infantry Regiment 33 

Sixtieth Infantry Regiment 33 

Sixty-First Infantry Regiment 33 

Sixty-Second Regiment Partisan Rangers 33 

Sixty-Third Infantry Regiment 33-34 

Sixty-Fourth Infantry Regiment 34 

Sixty-Fifth Infantry Regiment 34 

Sixty-Sixth Infantry Regiment 34 

First Infantry Battalion 34 

Second Independent Infantry Battalion 34 

Third Infantry Battalion 34 

Fourth (Mercer's) Infantry Battalion 34 

Fourth ( Stiles') Infantry Battalion 34 

Seventh Infantry Battalion 34-35 

Eighth Infantry Battalion 35 

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Ninth Infantry Battalion 35 

Tenth Infantry Battalion 35 

Thirteenth Infantry Battalion ' 35 

Seventeenth Infantry Battalion '35 

Eighteenth Infantry Battalion [[[ 35 

Twenty-Sixth Infantry Battalion 35 

Twenty-Seventh Infantry Battalion 35 

First Battalion Sharpshooters 35 

First Infantry Battalion Georgia Reserves 35 

First Georgia Volunteers Infantry (disbanded) 35 

First Volunteers Georgia Infantry 35 

First Regiment Infantry Georgia State Guard 36 

First Regiment Georgia State Troops 36 

First Regiment Local Defense Troops, Macon, Ga 36 

First (Fannin's) Regiment Georgia Reserves 36 

First (Symons') Regiment Georgia Reserves 36 

First City Battalion, Columbus, Ga. 36 

First Division Georgia Militia 36 

First Georgia Light Duty Men, Macon, Ga 36 

First Regiment Local Defense Troops, Augusta, Ga 36 

Second Battalion Sharpshooters 36 

Second Regiment Georgia Reserves 36 

Second Regiment Georgia State Line 36 

Second (Storey's) Regiment Georgia State Troops 36 

Second (Stapleton's) Regiment Georgia State Troops 36 

Second Battalion Local Defense Troops, Macon, Ga 36 

Second Division Georgia Militia 37 

Third Battalion Sharpshooters 37 

Third Regiment Georgia Reserves 37 

Third Regiment, First Brigade, Georgia State Troops 37 

Fourth Battalion Sharpshooters 37 

Fourth Battalion Georgia State Guard 37 

Fourth Regiment Georgia Reserves 37 

Fourth Regiment, Second Brigade, Georgia State Troops. . 37 

First Augusta Battalion of Infantry 37 

Fifth Infantry Battalion Georgia State Guard 37 

Fifth Infantry Regiment Georgia State Guard 37 

Fifth Regiment Georgia Reserves 37 

Fifth Regiment Georgia State Troops 37 

Sixth Infantry Regiment Georgia State Guard 37 

Sixth Regiment Georgia State Troops 37 

Seventh Infantry Regiment Georgia State Guard 37-38 

Seventh Regiment Georgia State Troops 3S 

Eighth Infantry Regiment Georgia State Guard 38 

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Eighth Regiment Georgia Militia 38 

Eighth Regiment Georgia State Troops 38 

Eighth Regiment, Third Brigade, Georgia State Troops 38 

Ninth Infantry Regiment Georgia State Guard 38 

Ninth Regiment, Third Brigade, Georgia State Troops . 38 

Tenth Regiment, Georgia State Troops 38 

Eleventh Infantry Battalion Georgia State Guard 38 

Eleventh Infantry Regiment Georgia State Guard 38 

Eleventh Regiment Georgia State Troops 38 

Thirteenth (Yarborough's) Infantry Battalion Georgia 

State Guard 38 

Fourteenth Infantry Battalion Georgia State Guard 38 

Seventeenth Battalion Infantry Georgia State Guard 38 

Eighteenth Infantry Battalion Georgia State Guard 38 

Nineteenth (Thompson's) Infantry Battalion Georgia 

State Guard 38-39 

Twentieth (Wright's) Infantry Battalion Georgia State 

Guard 39 

Twenty-First Infantry Battalion Georgia State Guard 39 

Twenty-Second Infantry Battalion Georgia State Guard 39 

Twenty-Third Infantry Battalion Georgia State Guard 39 

The Five Georgia Legions 40 

1 — Smith's Georgia Legion 40 

2 — Wright's Georgia Legion 40 

3 — Cobb's Georgia Legion 40 

4 : — Phillips' Georgia Legion 40 

5 — Thomas' Georgia Legion 40 

Cavalry 41-47 

First Cavalry Regiment 41 

Second Cavalry Regiment 41 

Third Cavalry Regiment 41 

Fourth (Avery's) Cavalry Regiment 41 

Fourth (Clinch's) Cavalry Regiment 41 

Fifth Cavalry Regiment 41-42 

Sixth Cavalry Regiment 42 

Seventh Cavalry Regiment 42 

Eighth Cavalry Regiment 42 

Ninth Cavalry Regiment 42 

Tenth Cavalry Regiment 42. 

Eleventh Cavalry Regiment 42 

Twelfth Cavalry Regiment 42 

Thirteenth Cavalry Regiment 42 

First Cavalry Battalion 42 

Second Cavalry Battalion 43 

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Third Cavalry Battalion 43 

Sixteenth Cavalry Battalion 43 

Nineteenth Cavalry Battalion 43 

Twenty-First Cavalry Battalion 43 

Twenty-Third Cavalry Battalion 43 

Twenty-Fourth Cavalry Battalion . . 43 

Twenty-Fifth Cavalry Battalion 43 

Twenty-Ninth Cavalry Battalion 43 

Thirtieth Cavalry Battalion ' . 43 

First Battalion Cavalry Militia 43 

Second Cavalry Regiment Georgia State Guard 43 

Second Regiment Georgia Partisan Rangers 43 

Third Cavalry Battalion, Georgia State Guard 44 

Third Cavalry Regiment Georgia State Guard 44 

Fourth Cavalry Regiment Georgia State Guard 44 

Sixth Cavalry Battalion Georgia State Guard 44 

Seventh Cavalry Battalion Georgia State Guard 44 

Eighth Cavalry Battalion Georgia State Guard 44 

Ninth (McDonald's) Cavalry Battalion Georgia State Guard 44 

Tenth Battalion Mounted Rifles Georgia State Guard 44 

Tenth Cavalry Regiment, Georgia State Guard 44 

Twelfth Cavalry Battalion Georgia State Guard 44 

Twelfth Cavalry Regiment Georgia State Troops 44 

Fifteenth Battalion Georgia Partisan Rangers 44 

Fifteenth Cavalry Battalion Georgia State Guard 44 

Sixteenth Cavalry Battalion Georgia State Guard 44 

Twentieth Battalion Georgia Partisan Rangers 45 

Sixty-Second Regiment Georgia Partisan Rangers . . ... 45 

First Cavalry Battalion Georgia Reserves 45 

Augusta Arsenal Battalion 45 

Atlanta Arsenal Battalion . . 45 

Bradshaw's Cavalry Battalion 45 

Camden County Militia 45 

Cherokee Legion Georgia State Guard 45 

City Battalion Provost Guard, Columbus, Ga 45 

Coast Guard Battalion Georgia Militia .. 45 

Cobb's Legion, — Infantry Battalion . .45-46 

Cobb's Legion, — Cavalry Battalion . 40 

Cook's Battalion 46 

Floyd Legion Georgia State Guard 46 

Gilmer Battalion (Cavalry) . 4 6 

Howard's Infantry Battalion 46 

Mclntyre's Battalion Georgia State Guard 46 

Ordnance Battalion, Columbus, Ga 46 

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Phillips' Legion, Infantry Battalion 46 

Phillips' Legion, — Cavalry Battalion 46 

Roswell Battalion Cavalry Local Defense 46 

Smith's Regiment 46-47 

Smith's Legion 47 

Smith's Legion, — Infantry Battalion 47 

Smith's Legion, — Cavalry Battalion 47 

Stephens' Cavalry Battalion 47 

Wicker's Battalion 47 

Wright's Cavalry Regiment Georgia State Guard 47- 

Wright's Legion 47 

Youngblood's Battalion Government Mechanics, Colum- 
bus, Ga 47 

Artillery Organizations 48-71 

Atlanta Arsenal Battery 48 

Augusta Volunteer Artillery 48 

Baker's Battery 48 

Bartow Artillery 48 

Barnes' Battery 48 

Barnwell's Battery 48 

Ben Hill Artillery 48 

Ben Hill Guards 48 

Blackshear's Battery 49 

Blodget's Flying Artillery 49 

Blodget's Volunteers 49 

Blodget's Battery 49 

Brooks' Battery 49 

Burtwell's Battery 49 

Callaway's (Lieutenant M.) Battery 49 

Campbell's Siege Artillery 49 

Campbell's (C. C.) Battery 49 

Campbell's (C. G.) Battery 49 

Carlton's ( Henry H. ) Battery 49 

Chatham Artillery 49-50 

Chatham Siege Artillery 50 

Cherokee Artillery 50 

Chestatee Artillery 50 

Clinch's Battery 51 

Cobb Guards 51 

Columbus Light Artillery 51 

Corput's Battery 51 

Crawford's Battery 51 

Daniell's Battery 51 

Dawson's (E. G.) Battery 51 

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Dawson's (T. H.) Battery 51 

Dunn's Battery 5 X 

Dure's Battery 51 

Echols' Light Artillery, Independent ........... I... 51 

Ells' Battery 51 

Emmett Rifles 52 

Etowah Iron Works Artillery [.......... 52 

Fay's Battery 52 

Forrest Artillery 52 

Ninth Battalion 52-53 

Company A., Leyden Artillery 52 

Company B 52 

Company C 52-53 

Company D 53 

Company E 53 

Eleventh Battalion 53 

Twelfth Battalion 53-5", 

Company A 53-54 

Company B 54 

Company C 54 

Company D 54-55 

Company E 55 

Company F 55 

Fourteenth Battalion, — Montgomery Artillery 55-57 

Company A., Southern Rights Battery 55-50 

Company B., Pulaski Artillery 50 

Company C ">0 

Company D., Mountaineers ">0 

Company F 5G 

Company F 5C 

Company G., Stonewall Battery 50-57 

Twenty-Second Battalion, — Siege Artillery 57-59 

Company A., Bartow Artillery 57 

Company B... Wise Guards 57-58 

Company C 5S 

Company D 58 

Company E., Montgomery Guards . 58 

Company F., Emmett Rifles 5S-59 

Company G.. Cobb Guards 59 

Company H., Cobb Guards 59 

Twenty-Eighth Battalion 59-61 

Company A ■>'■* 

Company B 59 

Company B e0 

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Company D 60 

Company E 60 

Company F 60 

Company G., Yancey Siege Artillery 60 

Company H 60 

Company 1 60 

Company K., Mercer Artillery 61 

Georgia Light Artillery 61 

Georgia Regulars 61 

Gibson's (O. C.) Battery 61 

Girardey's ( Isidore P) Battery 61 

Griffls Light Artillery 61 

Guerard's Battery 61 

Gwinnett Artillery 61 

Hamilton's (S. P.) Battery 61-62 

Havis Battery 62 

Hill's Battery 62 

Howell's Battery 62 

Hudson's (J. H.) Battery 62 

Hurt Light Artillery 62 

Jackson Artillery 62 

Jo Thompson Artillery 62-63 

Lama's Battery 63 

Lane's Battery 63 

Latham's Battery 63 

Leyden Artillery 63 

Lumpkin's Battery 63 

McLeod Artillery 63 

Macon Light Artillery 63 

Martin's Light Battery 63 

Martin's Battery 63-64 

Maxwell Artillery 64 

Mercer Artillery 64 

Milledge Artillery 64 

Milledge's Battery 64 

Montgomery Artillery 64 

Montgomery Guards 64 

Moses' Battery 64 

Mountaineers 64 

Napier Artillery 64 

Newnan Artillery 64 

Nunn's Battery 65 

Oglethorpe Artillery 65 

Oglethorpe Light Artillery 65 

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Oglethorpe Siege Artillery Battalion 65 

Uiiver's Battery 65 

Pattersons (G. M.J Battery ..............' 05 

Peeples' Battery 65 

Price's (J. V.) * Battery ...........'.'..'.'.'. 65 

Pritchard's Battery 65 

Pulaski Artillery 65-66 

Read's Battery 06 

Read's (J. P. W.) Battery ! .' 66 

Rice's (J. V.) Battery 60 

Regular Light Battery 66 

Reserve Chatham Artillery 66 

Ritter's ( W. L. ) Battery 66 

Ross' (H. M.) Battery 66 

Savannah Artillery 66 

Southern Rights Battery 66 

Stanley's (M.) Battery 66 

Stephens' Light Artillery 66 

btonewall Battery 66 

Sumter Battalion 67-68 

Company A 67 

Company B 07 68 

Company C 68 

Company D 68 

Company E 68 

Sumter Flying Artillery 6S-69 

Terrell Light Artillery 69 

Troup Artillery 69 

Washington Artillery 69 

Wingfleld's (J. T.) Battery,— Irwin Artillery 69 

Wise Guards 69 

Miscellaneosu ( Georgia Artillery) 70-71 

Estimate of Troops furnished by Georgia to Confederate 

Army 71 

General Officers commissioned by the State of Georgia and 

in State Service, 1S01-1865 72-73 

Henry Rootes Jackson, Major-General 72 

Gustavus Woodson Smith, Major-General 72 

William Henry Talbot Walker, Major-General 72 

Henry Constantine Wayne, Major-General 72 

Charles D. Anderson, Brisadier-General 72 

Francis Withers Capers, Brigadier-General 72 

Reuben Walker Carswell, Brigadier-General 72 

George Paul Harrison Sr., Brigadier-General 73 

Henry Kent Mc Cay, Brigadier-General 73 

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Pleasant Jackson Phillips, Brijadier-General 73 

William Phillips, Brigadier-General 73 

General Officers of the Confederate Army appointed from 

Georgia 74-105 

Edward Porter Alexander, Brigadier-General 74 

George Thomas Anderson, Brigadier-General 75 

Robert Houston Anderson, Brigadier-General 75-76 

Henry Lewis Benning, Brigadier-General 76 

William Robertson Boggs, Brigadier-General 76 

William Montague Browne, B.rigadier-General 76-77 

Goode Bryan, Brigadier-General 77 

Howell Cobb, Major-Geseral 77 

Thomas Reade Rootes Cobb, Brigadier-General 78 

Alfred Holt Colquitt, Brigadier-General 78 

Philip Cook, Brigadier-General 78-79 

Alfred Cumming, Brigadier-General 79 

George Doles, Brigadier-General 80 

Dudley Mclver DuBose, Brigadier-General 80 

Clement Anselm Evans, B.rigadier-General 80 

William Montgomery Gardner, Brigadier-General 80-81 

Lucius Jeremiah Gartrell, Brigadier-General 81 

Victor John Baptist Girardey, Brigadier-General 81-82 

John Brown Gordon, Major-General, Appointed from Ala- 
bama 82 

William Joseph Hardee 83-85 

George Paul Harrison Jr., Colonel commanding a Brigade. 85-86 

Alfred Iverson, Brigadier-General 86-87 

Henry Rootes Jackson, Brigadier-General 87 

John King Jackson, Brigadier-General 87-88 

David Rumple Jones, Major-General S8-90 

Alexander Robert Lawton, Brigadier-General 90-91 

Lafayette McLaws, Major-General 91-93 

Hugh Weedon Mercer, B.rigadier-General 93 

Paul J. Semmes, Brigadier-General 93-94 

James Phillip Simms, Brigadier-General 94 

William Duncan Smith, Brigadier-General 94 

Gilbert Moxley Sorrel, Brigadier-General 94-95 

Isaac Monroe St John, Brigadier-General 95 

Marcellus Augustus Stovall, Brigadier-General 95 

Bryan Morel Thomas, Brigadier-General 95-96 

Edward Lloyd Thomas; Brigadier-General 96 

Robert Toombs, Brigadier-General 96-97 

David Emanuel Twiggs, Major- General 97 

William Henry Talbot Walker, Major-General 97-98 

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Henry Constantine Wayne, Brigadier-General 99 

Joseph Wheeler, Major-General .. . .99-103 

Claudius Charles Wilson, Brigadier-General .103 

William Tat um Wofford, Brigadier-General .103-104 

Ambrose Ransom Wright, Major-General .. .104 

Gilbert Jefferson Wright, Colonel commanding a Bri- 
gade . .104-105 
Pierce Manning Butler Young, Major-General . . . .105 
Officers of the Confederate States Navy appointed from 

Georgia, 1861-1865 .. 106-114 

Members of the Confederate States Congress from Geor- 
gia .115-116 
Confederate Cabinet Officers appointed from Georgia ..117-118 
Campaigns conducted, and battles, engagements, skir- 
mishes, etc., fought within the limits of the State 
of Georgia, with dates and location, 1861-1865 .119-125 
Roll of Honor .126-131 
Volunteer Force of the ,! nited Staves Army from Geor- 
gia, 1861-1865 1?.2 
Local Designations of Georgia Troops in the Confederate 

Army .133-156 



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