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[28] David R. E. Winn, R. S. Smith, Edwin A. Nash, F. H. DeGraffenreid and Wm. H. Willis. When Philip Cook was promoted to lieutenant-colonel, A. J. Roberts became adjutant. Commissary J. B. Morgan was followed by James F. Murphey, and Quartermaster H. R. Daniels by Wm. H. Tinsley. There were also many changes among the captains. Cusley was followed by J. P. Strickland and James H. Weeks; Smith by M. H. Hill and A. C. Gibson; Nash by George F. Todd (died) and A. C. Frost; Rust by Wm. E. Smith and F. H. DeGraffenreid: Mayer by George S. Carey and James F. Sullivan; Bartlett by Win. F. Jordan, John T. Lang (died) and C. R. Ezell; Prothro by J. W. Carraker and Wallace Butts; Johnson by William H. Willis; Winn by R. M. Bisel (killed).

The organization of the Fifth regiment of Georgia volunteers was completed May 11, 1861, as follows: Col. John K. Jackson, Lieut.-Col. Thomas Beall, Maj. Wm. L. Salisbury, Adjt. R. S. Cheatham, Commissary H. B. T. Montgomery, Quartermaster James M. Cole; Capts. Charles A. Platt (A), Samuel W. Mangham (B), John H. Hull (C), Ed. H. Pottle (D), C. B. Wootten (E), William H. Lang (F), Wm. J. Sears (G), Hugh M. King (H), John T. Iverson (I), Wm. J. Horsley (K). This regiment first went to Pensacola, afterward served in the army of Tennessee from a short time after the battle of Shiloh until after July, 1864, when it was sent to the Georgia coast. It participated also under Joe Johnston in the final campaign in the Carolinas. Its first colonel, John K. Jackson, became brigadier-general before Shiloh. His successors in the colonelcy were Samuel W. Mangham, Wm. F. Black, Wm. T. Beach and Charles P. Daniel. The lieutenant-colonels that succeeded Thomas Beall were Charles R. Day and John F. Iverson. Maj. Wm. L. Salisbury was followed by Charles P. Daniel, D. H. Ansley and W. B. Hundley. Captain Platt was succeeded by D. H. Ansley; Hull by

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