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Joseph T. Derry , A. M. , Author of School History of the United States; Story of the Confederate War, etc., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 6, Georgia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 2 0 Browse Search
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pring campaign of 1864 to the close of the war it was in Hampton's command. Phillips' Georgia legion, another of the commands organized by June 1, 1861, had for its field officers: Col. William Phillips, Lieut.-Col. Seaborn Jones, Jr.; Maj. John D. Wilcoxon, and Adjt. James H. Lawrence. The infantry captains were O. R. Daniel (A), R. T. Cook (B), E. S. Barclay (C), H. F. Wimberly (D), Joseph Hamilton (E), Jackson Barnes (F), Charles Dubignon (G), W. W. Rich (H), W. B. C. Puckett (I), R. S. Y. Lowry (K), J. M. Johnson (L), J. F. McClesky (M), S. S. Dunlap (N), T. K. Sproull (0), W. W. Thomas (P). The cavalry captains were J. H. Nicholls (A), Wm. H. Rich (B), E. C. Hardin (C), P. L. Y. Long (D), A. F. Hunter (E), W. W. Thomas (F). There was an artillery company attached, with H. N. Ells, captain. The legion served first in West Virginia under Floyd, next for a few months on the Georgia coast, then in the army of Northern Vir. ginia, reaching Richmond in time to take part with Cobb'