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[123] and colonel, Adjt. T. H. Gibson, Capts. (C) L. G. Doughty (killed) and J. K. Evans, (D) U. L. Skinner, (E) R. W. Carswell and W. J. Smith, (G) T. J. Robertson, (H) A. C. Flanders, (K) D. T. Wilson.

The Forty-ninth regiment Georgia volunteers had first the following field officers: Col. Andrew J. Lane; Lieut.-Col. Seaborn M. Manning; Maj. J. Rivers; Adjt. M. Newman. The captains were: (A) S. T. Player, (B) Jas. Humphreys (died), (C) Wm. M. Carter, (D) Wm. F. Holden, (E) Samuel D. Fuller, (F) O. H. Cooke, (G) Jas. T. Cappell, (H) A. D. Jernigan, (I) Jas. J. Lawrence, (K) H. H. Whitfield. The Forty-ninth served in Virginia through the Peninsular and Richmond campaigns, in northern Virginia and Maryland, at Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville and Gettysburg, and in the campaign of 1864-65, being still at the post of duty in the last days at Petersburg and in the final scene at Appomattox. Officers succeeding those at the organization were: Cols. S. T. Player, J. T. Jordan; Lieut.-Cols. Jonathan Rivers, S. T. Player, O. H. Cooke, J. T. Jordan, W. J. Williams; Majs. S. T. Player, J. H. Pate, W. J. Williams, John Durham, J. B. Duggan; Capts. (A) J. B. Duggan, (B) W. J. Williams, (C) J. T. Jordan, (D) John Durham, (E) A. C. McLennon, (F) T. D. Wilcox, (G) H. B. Hanley, (H) C. M. Jones (killed) and W. G. Bell, (I) J. W. Allen, (K) S. M. Manning, J. H. Pate and O. A. V. Rose.

The organization of the Fiftieth regiment Georgia volunteers was as follows: Field officers, Col. W. R. Manning, Lieut.-Col. F. Kearse, Maj. P. C. Pendleton, Adjt. James P. Graves; Capts. (A) John T. Wilson, (B) P. B. Bedford, (C) John M. Spence, (D) James T. Bevill, (E) Cicero H. Young, (F) Duncan Curry, (G) John B. Osteen, (H)Jesse M. Wells, (I) E. C. Morgan, (K) Pliny Sheffield. The Fiftieth was another of the commands that served in the army of Northern Virginia, sharing in its splendid career of victory, almost unbroken

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