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[32] and in east Tennessee. Its first colonel, Bartow, commanded a brigade and was killed at First Manassas. He was succeeded by Wm. M. Gardner (who also became a brigadier-general), Lucius M. Lamar and John R. Towers. The last-named gentleman was succeeded as lieutenant-colonel by E. J. Magruder, on whose promotion George O. Dawson became major. The adjutant, J. L. Branch, being killed, was succeeded by A. R. Harper and W. F. Shellman. Among the captains, Magruder was succeeded by S. H. Hall; Butler by J. H. Couper and J. West, and Phinizy by T. J. Bowling.

Ninth regiment Georgia volunteers: Col. E. R. Goulding; Lieut.-Col. R. A. Turnipseed; Maj. John C. Mounger; Commissary J. C. Waddy; Quartermaster J. W. Sutton; Adjt. A. O. Bacon. The captains were: John Lane (A), Wm. M. Jones (B), George Hillyer (C), J. G. Webb (D), P. A. S. Morris (E), Benjamin Beck (F), E. F. Hoge (G), John C. Mounger (H), L. C. Belt (I), J. M. D. King (K). This regiment, like the Seventh and Eighth, served through the war in the army of Northern Virginia, except when it was with Longstreet at Chickamauga and in east Tennessee. There were many changes in the organization. Colonel Goulding was succeeded by R. A. Turnipseed, John C. Mounger and E. F. Hoge. The successors of Lieut.-Col. Turnipseed were John C. Mounger, E. F. Hoge and J. G. Webb, while Major Mounger was followed by W. M. Jones, J. J. Webb and J. W. Arnold. Adj. A. O. Bacon was succeeded by John Jones. The commissary, J. C. Waddy, was followed by R. J. Cowart, and the quartermaster, J. W. Sutton, by E. P. Watkins. Captain Lane was followed by Gideon J. Norman; Jones by Wm. E. Cleghorn; Hillyer by J. W. Arnold; Webb by T. A. Hurt; Morris by R. P. Wellborn; Beck by S. A. Jemison and Hamp Doles; Hoge by G. G. Gordon and E. A. Sharpe; Mounger

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