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[115] W. H. Howard, Jr., and J. D. Gilbert, (F) J. P. Girardey and E. L. Martin, (G) R. T. English and D. H. Elledge, (H) J. F. Kerr and A. P. Roberts, (I) J. N. Edwards and J. L. Morgan, (K) A. A. Dyer, (L) Thomas Williams. The officers of this list who had been captains in the First independent battalion were Aderhold, Sprayberry, Rhodes, Howard, Girardey, Kerr and Edwards. This regiment was at Pensacola with J. B. Villepigue as colonel. Villepigue was soon promoted to brigadier-general and his place was filled by Col. Jesse A. Glenn. In the spring of 1862 the regiment was sent to east Tennessee. It was in Stevenson's division during the Vicksburg campaign, at Missionary Ridge, and in the Atlanta and Tennessee campaigns. It served also in the campaign of the Carolinas, consolidated with the Forty-second and parts of the Thirty-fourth and Thirty-sixth, and was surrendered April 26, 1865.

The First Confederate regiment, of Georgia, seems to have been made up from parts of the First independent battalion with companies from other commands, and had for its colonel, G. A. Smith, formerly captain of Company C. The First Confederate also shared the fortunes of the army of Tennessee in the campaigns in Tennessee and Georgia. During the campaign in the Carolinas it was consolidated with the First battalion of sharpshooters and the Twenty-fifth, Twenty-ninth, Thirtieth and Sixty-sixth Georgia regiments. After long and faithful service it surrendered with Johnston in North Carolina.

The Thirty-seventh regiment Georgia volunteers had for its field officers Col. A. F. Rudler, Lieut.-Col. J. T. Smith, Maj. J. J. Bradford and later Maj. R. E. Wilson, Adjt. G. H. Sherod. The captains were: (A) R. E. Wilson, (B) T. E. Blanchard, (D) J. G. McMullin, who was killed and succeeded by W. M. Clark, (I) M. Kendrick, who died and was succeeded by T. D. Wright and he by William Hutchinson, (K) W. H. H. Phelps.

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