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[34] George T. Anderson, was promoted to brigadier-general and was succeeded by F. H. Little. Lieutenant-Colonel Guerry was followed by Maj. Wm. Luffman, who was succeeded by W. R. Welsh, H. D. McDaniel and C. T. Goode. Captain Luffman, promoted to major, was followed by W. R. Ramsey; Hyde was followed by J. W. Johnston; Nunnally (killed) by E. C. Arnold; Thatcher (died) by F. M. Bledsoe and E. B. Brannan.

When the Twelfth regiment of Georgia volunteers was organized, Edward Johnson, an officer of the old army, was appointed colonel; Z. T. Conner, lieutenant-colonel; Willis A. Hawkins, major; Ed. Willis, adjutant. The captains of the regiment were Isaac Hardeman (B), John McMullen (C), Wm. L. Furlow (D), T. B. Scott (E), Wm. F. Brown (F), R. T. Davis (G), J. G. Rodgers (H), J. W. Patterson (I), Mark H. Blanford (K). This regiment served in 1861 in West Virginia and afterward in the army of Northern Virginia throughout the war. Its colonel, Edward Johnson, a Virginian, became a brigadier and afterward a major-general in the Confederate army. He was followed in succession by Z. T. Conner and Edward Willis, whose commission as brigadier-general came the day after his death, in the spring of 1864. Lieutenant-Colonel Conner was succeeded by Abner Snead, T. B. Scott (killed), Willis A. Hawkins, Mark H. Blanford and J. Hardeman. When Major Hawkins was promoted to lieutenant-colonel, he was succeeded by Edward Willis Hardeman and J. T. Carson. The first captain of Company A was succeeded by Lieut. Samuel Dawson, and he on his death in action by S. G. Prior. Captain Hardeman was followed by Joseph N. Beall; McMullen (killed) by T. W. Harris; Furlow (killed) by D. D. Peden; Scott by James A. Whitesider; William F. Brown (killed), by James Everett; Davis (died) by A. S. Reid; Rodgers by Oliver T. Evans; Patterson (killed) by James M. Briggs, and Blanford (promoted) by R. McMichael. James Deshler, adjutant of the brigade,

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