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[51] Abercrombie; (F) Edwards; (G) M. L. Billingsley; (H) R. A. Harkie, in place of Delamar (killed); (I) J. D. Graham, in place of Lee (killed), and later Baxley; (K) C. Calhoun.

The Twenty-eighth regiment Georgia volunteers organized with T. J. Warthen as colonel; George A. Hall, lieutenant-colonel; J. G. Cain, major; J. W. Robinson, adjutant. The captains were Tully Graybill (A), E. B. Hook (B), Wm. P. Crawford (C), N. J. Garrison (D), George R. Moore (E), Jesse Burtz (F), John Hill, Jr. (G), Wm. L. Johnson (H), Isaac F. Adkins (I), John N. Wilcox (K). The Twenty-eighth went to Virginia in time to share in the battles around Richmond; remained with the army of Northern Virginia until after Chancellorsville; went with Colquitt's brigade to North Carolina; hurried to the defense of Florida, helping to win the battle of Olustee, in the spring of 1864; returned to Virginia, serving in the Petersburg lines, and in 1865 was engaged in the campaign of the Carolinas until included in the capitulation of Johnston. Its officers succeeding those already named were Tully Graybill, colonel after the death of Warthen; Lieut.-Cols. James G. Cain and W. P. Crawford; Majs. Tully Graybill and James W. Banning; Capts. J. R. Tucker (A), R. W. Flournoy (B), L. R. Wade (F), J. Johnson (H).

The Twenty-ninth regiment Georgia volunteers had for its first field officers Col. R. Spaulding; Lieut.-Col. T. W. Alexander; Maj. L. J. Knight; Adjt. G. Butler. The captains were C. S. Rockwell (A), W. J. Young (B), T. S. Wylly (C), J. C. Lamb (D), F. M. Jackson (E), W. W. Billopp (F), I. J. Owen (G), W. D. Mitchell (H), J. W. Turner (I), H. C. Bowen (K). This regiment served until 1863 mainly in the department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida, during the greater part of 1863 in north Mississippi under Gen. J. E. Johnston, in C. C. Wilson's brigade; was in the battle of Chickamauga, in the Atlanta campaign of 1864, in Hood's expedition into

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