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t. The Fourth Georgia cavalry had the following officers: Col. Isaac W. Avery, Lieut.-Col. W. L. Cook, Maj. D. J. Owen (later J. R. Stewart), Adjt. B. H. Newton (later J. W. Ramsey), Asst. Quartermaster William K. Moore, Commissary Joseph M. Stones; Capts. (A) R. A. Keith (killed), (B) G. B. May, (C) Jeff Johnson, (D) William J. Rogers, (E) Olin Wellborn and B. C. Wooddail, (F) C. D. McCutchen, Joseph E. Helvingstone (killed) and F. G. Horn, (G) William R. Logan and R. E. Kingsley, (H) G. H. Graham, (I, formerly I. W. Avery's company) D. J. Owen and H. H. Burke, (K) J. R. Stewart, (L) L. B. Anderson, (M) John D. Ashton. Colonel Avery early in the war organized a company called the Mountain Dragoons, went as its captain to Pensacola and led it in the campaign of Shiloh. With this company as a nucleus the Twenty-third cavalry battalion was formed, with Avery as lieutenant-colonel, and then on this battalion as a basis the Fourth Georgia cavalry was organized, with Avery as colonel.