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[46] (F), G. B. Knight (G). The cavalry captains were T. P. Stovall (A), Z. A. Rice (B), W. G. Deloney (C), W. J. Lawton (D). The artillery company was commanded by Capt. M. Stanley. The legion served through most of the war with the army of Northern Virginia, and was with Longstreet at Chattanooga and in east Tennessee. Ten companies became the Ninth Georgia cavalry and served under Hampton in the campaign of the Carolinas in the spring of 1865, surrendering with Johnston, April 26th. The gallant Colonel Cobb became brigadier-general, and was killed at the battle of Fredericksburg, December 13, 1862. Lieutenant-Colonel Young became colonel, then brigadier and finally major-general. The last colonel, G. I. Wright, was acting brigadier-general in the last campaign. While yet the Georgia legion, the successors to the first field officers were: Cols. P. M. B. Young and G. I. Wright; Lieut.-Cols. Jeff M. Lamar (died), Luther J. Glenn, R. S. King and William G. Deloney; Majs. J. M. Lamar, W. G. Deloney, L. J. Glenn, Z. A. Rice, Thomas M. Camak, G. I. Wright and W. D. Conyers. The successors to the First infantry captains were W. W. McDaniel (B), M. F. Liddell and A. C. Grier (C), W. A. Winn (killed) and James F. Wilson (D), T. B. Cox (E), and J. C. Barnett (G). The successors to the First cavalry captains were J. J. Thompson (A) and T. C. Williams (C). After ten companies became the Ninth Georgia cavalry the following were the officers, including changes: Col. G. I. Wright; Lieut.-Col. R. S. King; Maj. M. D. Jones; Adjt. James Y. Harris. Captains: Company A, T. B. Archer, Z. A. Rice, J. P. Stovall, B. C. King, O. H. P. Julian, J. J. Thomas, B. C. Young, C. H. Sanders, W. L. Conyers; Company B, M. D. Jones, L. J. Glenn, W. W. McDaniels; Company C, W. G. Deloney, T. C. Williams; Company D, C. H. Camfield, W. J. Lawton, J. F. Wilson, W. A. Winn; Company E, W. C. Dial, B. S. King, T. B. Cox, W. S. C. Morris; Company F, G. W. Moore; Company G, William

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