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[44] J. J. A. Sharp and W. J. Boston. Adjt. C. Saunders was followed by E. Fort. Captain Pool was succeeded by W. J. Boston; Ballinger by H. T. Kennon; King by R. W. Mitchell.

The Twenty-fourth regiment Georgia volunteers had at its organization the following field officers: Col. Robert McMillan; Lieut.-Col. C. C. Sanders; Maj. R. E. McMillan. The adjutant was D. E. Banks. The captains were J. N. Chandler (A), P. E. Davant (B), W. L. Smith (C), John Conn (D), J. N. Cannon (E), J. H. P. Mattox (F), W. T. Leonard (G), John H. Mosely (H), H. I. Pool (I), J. G. Porter (K). W. C. Sears was ensign of the regiment. This regiment served in the army of Northern Virginia, fighting gallantly in the many great battles of that matchless host. It was in the brigade of W. T. Wofford at the battle of Gettysburg, and suffered severely in that and in other engagements. During its career it had two colonels, Robert McMillan and C. C. Sanders; three lieutenant-colonels, C. C. Sanders, J. N. Chandler and T. E. Winn, and three majors, R. E. McMillan, T. E. Winn and F. C. Smith. Adjutant Banks was succeeded by U. S. Turner. Captain Smith (killed) was succeeded by F. C. Smith; Captain Conn by H. H. Smith, killed in battle. Of two captains of Company E, J. N. Cannon was killed and H. P. Cannon died. Captain Mattox was succeeded by T. E. Winn; Captain Leonard died in service, and his successor W. S. Brewster was killed. Captain Mosely died and was succeeded by George W. Keeling, who was followed by N. J. Dortch, who died in service.

When the Twenty-fifth regiment Georgia volunteers was organized, Claudius C. Wilson was made colonel; W. P. M. Ashby, lieutenant-colonel; W. J. Winn, major; R. E. Lester, adjutant, and W. D. Bacon, quartermaster. The captains were A. W. Smith (A), M. L. Bryan (B), J. Roberts (C), A. J. Williams (D), W. S. Norman (E), George T. Dunham (F), W. D. Hamilton (G), W. H.

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