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[37] volunteers, Col. Robert H. Jones; Twenty-third volunteers, Col. Thomas Hutchison; Twenty-fourth volunteers, Col. Robert McMillan; Twenty-fifth volunteers, Col. C. C. Wilson; Georgia legion, infantry, cavalry and artillery, Col. T. R. R. Cobb; Phillips legion, infantry, cavalry and artillery, Col. William Phillips; First battalion infantry, Lieut.-Col. J. B. Villepigue; Second battalion infantry, Maj. Thomas Hardeman; Third battalion infantry, Lieut.-Col. M. A. Stovall; Independent Georgia dragoons, Capt. I. W. Avery. The following were also in camp in Georgia: The regiments of Col. T. J. Warthen, Twenty-eighth; of Levi B. Smith, Twenty-seventh; of David J. Bailey, Thirtieth; of C. W. Styles, Twenty-sixth; of A. Littlefield, Thirty-third, and twenty-seven companies under Cols. W. H. Stiles, E. L. Thomas, Augustus R. Wright and A. R. Lamar. We give here a brief sketch of each of the above-named commands not previously described.

At the organization of the Fourteenth regiment of Georgia volunteers, the officers were: Col. A. V. Brumby; Lieut.-Col. Robert W. Folsom; Maj. W. A. Harris; Adjt. A. Taliaferro; Quartermaster E. A. Heggis, and Commissary T. C. Moore. The captains were J. H. Etheridge (A), C. C. Kelly (B), L. A. Lane (C), James M. Fielder (D), H. P. Lester (E), R. P. Harman (F), T. T. Mounger (G), Thomas M. Yopp (H), R. W. McMichael (I), W. L. Goldsmith (K). The Fourteenth was sent to West Virginia under Floyd, then commanding in the Kanawha valley; in November, 1861, was ordered to report to Joseph E. Johnston at Manassas, and from that time it followed the fortunes of the army of Northern Virginia. Col. Brumby was succeeded by Col. Felix Price, and he by Robert W. Folsom, whose successor was R. P. Lester. The lieutenant-colonels after Folsom were W. A. Harris, James M. Fielder, R. P. Lester and W. L. Goldsmith. Maj. W. A. Harris was followed by James M. Fielder, R. P. Lester, W. L. Goldsmith and C. C. Kelly; Adjt.

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