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[48] were as follows: Col. John S. Norris; Lieut.-Cols. R. T. Cooke (killed in battle), E. T. Barclay, J. Hamilton, W. W. Rich; Majs. W. B. C. Puckett, Joseph Hamilton, E. S. Barclay; Adjts. J. W. Wofford, F. S. Fuller, J. A. Matthias. The infantry captains were: Company A, D. B. Sanford, F. C. Fuller, Q. P. Daniels, P. B. Robinson; Company B, Thomas Hamilton, I. D. Dodd; Company C, E. S. Barclay, J. S. Norris, A. S. Erwin; Company E, Joseph Hamilton, W. H. Barler, J. M. McDonald; Company F, P. McGovern; Company H. J. F. Milhollin. Cavalry captains: Company A, C. Dubignon, A. R. Love; Company B, T. G. Wilkes, B. B. McKenzie; Company C, W. B. C. Puckett, G. A. Roberts; Company D, H. Buchanan.

The First battalion of infantry has already been mentioned. Its organization as the Thirty-seventh Georgia will be given in regimental order.

An account of the movements of the Second Georgia battalion of infantry has already been given. The organization of this battalion was as follows: Maj. Thomas Hardeman; Quartermaster F. S. Gross; Commissary C. S. Rogers; Adjt. W. S. Robinson; Surg. A. V. Taliaferro; Capts. C. J. Moffit (A), John F. Dupree (B), George W. Ross (C), George S. Jones (D). Major Hardeman was subsequently called to other fields of duty, and George W. Ross became major. W. F. I. Ross became captain of Company A; W. F. Walker captain of Company B on the death of Captain Dupree, and C. R. Redding, captain of Company C on the promotion of Ross. The gallant manner in which this battalion began its career was repeated on the many battlefields of the army of Northern Virginia. Faithful to every duty, it served in Wright's famous brigade (afterward Sorrel's) and surrendered at Appomattox.

The Third Georgia battalion, as at first organized, had the following officers: Lieut.-Col. M. A. Stovall; Maj. A. F. Rudler; Quartermaster B. T. Jones; Capts. James

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