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[52] Tennessee, and in the campaign of the Carolinas in the spring of 1865, surrendering with General Johnston. During its term of service Wm. J. Young became colonel; W. D. Mitchell; lieutenant-colonel, and J. C. Lamb, major. J. D. Henderson became captain of Company A, W. W. Spencer of Company B, and B. Y. Stanford of Company E.

At the organization of the Thirtieth regiment Georgia volunteers the following were the field officers: Col. David J. Bailey; Lieut.-Col. Miles M. Tidwell; Maj. Cicero A. Thorpe; Commissary A. N. McLarty; Quartermaster J. C. Hightower; Adjt. J. W. McCord. The captains were John L. Barnett (A), H. Hendrick (B), J. G. Lindsey (C), Thomas C. Bartlett (D), Robert M. Hitch (E), Wm. N. Magonick (F), John Edmondson (G), Francis M. Harrell (H), C. A. Dollar (I), Wm. B. Richards (K). The Thirtieth served until the spring of 1863 in the department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida; then went to Mississippi, with other regiments already mentioned, forming the brigade of Col. C. C. Wilson, and served under him at Chickamauga, soon after which he was promoted to brigadier-general. After his death in November, 1863, the Thirtieth was assigned to the brigade of General Stevens, of Walker's division. It served through the Atlanta, Tennessee and Carolina campaigns, surrendering with Johnston near Goldsboro. During this time its officers succeeding those already named were Cols. Thomas W. Mangham and James S. Boynton; Majs. J. R. Boynton and Henry Hendrick; Commissary J. C. Little. Felix L. Matthall became captain of Company A, .R. J. Andrews of C, Hudson Whittaker of D, John McLeod of E, and George T. Longino of K.

Of the Thirty-third, Col. A. Littlefield, mentioned in the above list, there is no record.

In addition to the forces raised for the Confederate States service, Governor Brown gave his energetic efforts to the maintenance of the military force of 10,000 men

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