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[114] campaign of the Carolinas that closed with the capitulation at Durham's Station, April 26, 1865. Of changes in this organization we have not been able to obtain any record.

The Thirty-fifth regiment Georgia volunteers at its organization had the following officers: Col. Edward L. Thomas, Lieut.-Col. Gustavus A. Bull, Maj. B. H. Holt, Adjt. J. H. Ware; Capts. (A) William I. Head, (B) L. M. White, (C) D. B. Henry, (D) L. A. J. Williams, (E) E. R. Whitley, (F) R. M. Rawlings, (G) William S. Barrett, (H) A. K. Richardson, (I) W. L. Groves, (K) W. H. McCulloch. The Thirty-fifth was assigned to the army of Northern Virginia, and participated in all the campaigns of that magnificent body of infantry from Seven Pines to Appomattox. Its colonel, Edward L. Thomas, became brigadier-general, and commanded with gallantry and skill on every field. Exclusive of the officers already mentioned, it had during its honorable career: Col. Bolling H. Holt, Lieut.-Cols. B. H. Holt and W. H. McCulloch, Majs. W. H. McCulloch, W. L. Groves, L. A. Williams, J. T. McElvany; Adjt. S. W. Thomas, whose predecessor, Ware, was killed in battle. Captain Henry was killed in battle, and J. M. Mitchell and I. P. Johnston succeeded Captain Williams. Upon the death of R. M. Rawlings, J. T. McElvany became captain and was afterward promoted major. Captain Groves, promoted major, was succeeded by S. T. Irvine.

The Thirty-sixth regiment Georgia volunteers was organized in part from the First Georgia independent battalion. Its field officers were: Col. Jesse A. Glenn, Lieut.-Col. Alexander M. Wallace, Maj. Charles E. Broyles, Adjt. John S. Ault. Broyles became colonel of the regiment, and John Loudermilk, major. The captains of the companies during its term of service were: (A) J. W. Aderhold and Joseph Glenn, (B) H. J. Sprayberry and George A. Cooper, (C) B. B. White and F. M. Dwight, (D) R. Rhodes and John Loudermilk, (E)

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