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[33] by R. A. Hardee, Corker (killed) and T. J. Hardee; Belt by R. V. Fulcher and Thomas Rought; King (died) by M. E. Sparks.

Tenth regiment Georgia volunteers: Col. Lafayette McLaws; Lieut.-Col. J. B. Weems; Maj. R. R. Hawes; Adjt. R. G. Strickland; Commissary G. H. Cheever; Quartermaster S. T. Neal. The captains were O. S. Kimbrough (A), C. H. Phinizy (B), Willis C. Holt (C), Henry L. Leon (D), Andrew J. McBride (E), Wm. F. Johnston (F), C. C. Kibbee (G), P. H. Loud (H), Y. L. Wotton (I), J. P. W. Read (K). This regiment served throughout the war in the army of Northern Virginia. Its first colonel, Lafayette McLaws, became a major-general and was succeeded by Alfred Cumming, for a short time lieutenant-colonel and later promoted to brigadier-general, whereupon Lieut.-Col. John B. Weems became colonel, followed afterward by W. C. Holt and A. J. Mc-Bride. On Weems' promotion Willis C. Holt became lieutenant-colonel, and upon his promotion C. C. Kibbee became lieutenant-colonel. Major Hawes was followed by Willis C. Holt and P. H. Loud. Adjutant Strickland was followed by John H. Dobbs. Captain Phinizy was succeeded by A. P. Boggs and W. S. Davis; Holt by J. W. Neil; Johnston by W. G. Green (died) and T. H. Wood; Loud by E. M. Foster; Read by T. C. Cone.

The field and staff officers of the Eleventh regiment of Georgia volunteers were George T. Anderson, colonel; Theodore L. Guerry, lieutenant-colonel; William Luffman, major; J. F. Green, adjutant; Hockenhull, commissary, and J. Guthrie, quartermaster. The captains were Wm. H. Mitchell (A), killed; J. W. Stokes (B), William Luffman (C), W. R. Welsh (D). S. C. Dobbs (E), J. D. Hyde (F), John Y. Wood (G), M. T. Nunnally (H), killed; Samuel Thatcher (I), died; G. W. Wimberly (K). This regiment served throughout the war in the army of Northern Virginia except whet it was with Longstreet at Chickamauga and in east Tennessee. Its colonel,

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