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[49] D. Yeiser (A), Robert E. Meson (B), M. Kendrick (C), George M. McDowell (D), Andrew J. White (E), J. J. Bradford (F), T. D. Caswell (G), W. H. H. Phelps (H). Under Lieutenant-Colonel Stovall the battalion was on duty for awhile at Lynchburg, Va., and Goldsboro, N. C., and then was sent to east Tennessee to guard bridges and protect the Southern men of that section. It was in the Kentucky campaign of 1862, and in the Murfreesboro campaign, after which Stovall was promoted to brigadier-general, skipping the intermediate grade of colonel. Quartermaster B. T. Jones was succeeded by J. A. Anderson, Richard Orme and H. P. Richmond. The battalion was highly complimented in the official reports. After the battle of Murfreesboro it was united with the Ninth battalion to form the Thirty-seventh regiment.

The Twenty-sixth regiment Georgia volunteers when organized had the following field officers: Col. C. W. Styles; Lieut.-Col. W. A. Lane; Maj. Thomas N. Gardner; Adjt. E. N. Atkinson. The captains were G. C. Dent (A), A. S. Atkinson (B), J. C. Nichols (C), D. J. McDonald (D), Eli S. Griffin (E), Wm. H. Dasher (F), Ben F. Mosely (G), Wm. A. McDonald (H), Alexander Atkinson (I), J. S. Blain (K), Ben A. White, Jr. (L). This regiment was for a time on the Georgia coast under Lawton, accompanied that officer to Richmond in time to share in the Seven Days battles, thenceforward serving in the army of Northern Virginia until Appomattox, where, in the division commanded by Gen. Clement A. Evans and the corps of John B. Gordon, it shared in the least charge of that illustrious army. During this long and honorable service E. N. Atkinson succeeded Colonel Styles in the command of the regiment; the successors of Lieutenant-Colonel Lane were E. S. Griffin, J. S. Blain and William A. McDonald; the majors after Gardner were E. S. Griffin, J. S. Blain and B. F. Grace; Adjutant Atkinson was succeeded by Andrew J. Lyles. Before the reorganization M. R. Cogdell became captain of Company

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