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Seventh regiment Georgia volunteers: Col. Lucius J. Gartrell; Lieut.-Col. John Dunwoody; Maj. L. B. Anderson; Adjt. E. W. Hoyle; Commissary W. J. Wilson; Quartermaster R. R. Holliday; Capts. G. H. Carmichael (A), G. J. Foreacre (B), C. S. Jenkins (C), J. B. Lindley (D), John W. Fowler (E), Eli Henson (F), C. N. Featherston (G), Thomas E. King (H), Wm. W. White (I), W. J. Ballard (K). This regiment served throughout the war in the army of Northern Virginia, being at First Manassas and surrendering at Appomattox. The following changes in organization occurred: Colonel Gartrell was promoted to brigadier-general and succeeded by W. T. Wilson, W. W. White and George H. Carmichael. Lieut.-Col. John Dunwoody was followed by W. W. White, George H. Carmichael and M. T. Allman. Maj. L. B. Anderson was followed by E. W. Hoyle, George H. Carmichael, H. H. Wiet, John Kiser, T. J. Hartridge and M. T. Allman. Adjt. E. W. Hoyle was succeeded by J. E. Shaw; Quartermaster R. R. Holliday by R. E. Henry. The following changes among the captains are recorded: Foreacre was followed by H. H. Wiet; Jenkins by D. T. Peek (killed) and I. M. Holcombe; Lindley by J. Kiser and T. J. Hartridge; Fowler by W. W. Bradberry; Benson by J. C. Wadkins; Featherston by M. T. Allman; King by R. B. Hicks; Ballard by John McLendon.

Eighth regiment Georgia volunteers: Col. Francis S. Bartow; Lieut.-Col. John R. Towers; Maj. E. J. Magruder; Adjt. J. L. Branch; Commissary George C. Norton; Quartermaster E. A. Wilcox. The captains were E. J. Magruder (A), A. F. Butler (B), H. J. Menard (C), H. E. Malom (D), D. Scott (E), J. T. Lewis (F), T. D. L. Ryan (G), George N. Yarborough (H), George O. Dawson (I), Jacob Phinizy (K). The surgeon was Dr. H. V. M. Miller. This regiment served in the army of Northern Virginia, being at First Manassas and surrendering at Appomattox, also with Longstreet at Chickamauga

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