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[50] L. After the reorganization there were only the usual ten companies, of which the following were captains at different times: (A) J. S. Blain and N. Dixon; (B) A. Atkinson and James H. Hunter; (C) James Knox; (D) Davidson; (E) E. S. Griffin; (F) John Lee; (G) C. M. Howell; (H) J. P. Smith and R. Paxton; (I) C. W. Hilliard and Thomas J. Ivey; (K) B. F. Grace and J. Hilton. Of the Twenty-seventh regiment Georgia volunteers the following were the field officers at its organization: Col. Levi B. Smith; Lieut.-Col. C. T. Zachry, Maj. H. B. Holliday; Adjt. J. Gardner; Commissary Thomas Bacon; Quartermaster H. B. Holliday (until appointed major), and then G. B. Buchanan. The captains were P. C. Carr (A), J. W. Stubbs (B), C. J. Dennis (C), J. N. Dorsey (D), W. H. Renfroe (E), J. Wilcher (F), W: D. Redding (G), W. H. Delamar (H), G. A. Lee (I), H. Bussey (K). The Twenty-seventh served in Virginia most of the time until after Chancellorsville, then in North Carolina; went with the rest of Colquitt's brigade to Florida in February, 1864, helping to put an end at Olustee to Federal invasion of that State; returned to Virginia in the spring of 1864 in time to assist in saving Petersburg from Butler's grasp; was engaged through the greater part of 1864 in the defense of that city, and in 1865 was in the campaign of the Carolinas under General Johnston, surrendering with him near Goldsboro. There were many changes in officers during this long and arduous service. Exclusive of those already named the officers were: Col. C. T. Zachry; Lieut.-Cols. Brewer, John W. Stubbs, J. M. Dorsey, James Gardner (killed in battle) and H. Bussey; Majs. C. J. Dennis, James Gardner, H. Bussey, W. H. Renfroe (killed) and I. D. Graham; Adjt. I. B. Pye; Commissary J. M. Zachry, in place of Thomas Bacon (killed); Quartermaster G. B. Buchanan; Captains (A) W. E. Dougherty, in place of Carr (died); (B) J. J. Allen; (C) J. W. Murray, W. W. Johnson and Thomas Grace; (D) George Latham; (E)

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