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[124] until Gettysburg, and then renewed during the spring and summer of 1864, participating in the long siege of Richmond and Petersburg and the final scene at Appomattox. During its period of service the successors to those first holding office were as follows: Col. Peter McGlashan; Lieut.-Col. W. O. Flemming; Majs. D. Curm, W. O. Flemming, P. Sheftall; Capts. (B) P. C. Pendleton, (F) W. O. Flemming and H. L. Reeves, (I) C. Townsend, (K) John G. McCall.

The Fifty-first regiment Georgia volunteers was mustered in with the following field officers: Col. W. M. Slaughter (died), Lieut.-Col. E. Ball, Maj. O. P. Anthony, Adjt. J. H. West; Capts. (A) H. M. Dunwoody, (B) W. C. Ware (killed), (C) A. Cumbie, (D) T. M. D. Hopkins, (E) James Dickey, (F) B. J. Kendrick, (G) John P. Crawford, (H) Edward Ball, (I) O. P. Anthony, (K) William M. Slaughter. The regiment participated in all the campaigns of the army of Northern Virginia from Seven Pines and the battles around Richmond to Sharpsburg; then in the Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville and Gettysburg campaigns, and in the continuous battles of the campaigns of 1864-65, from the Wilderness to Appomattox, suffering, like all the regiments of that army, great losses in officers and men. Officers during this term of service succeeding those already named were: Cols. E. Ball and James Dickey; Lieut.-Cols. O. P. Anthony, J. Dickey and J. P. Crawford; Majs. H. M. Dunwoody, James Dickey and J. P. Crawford; Capts. (A) S. Alexander (killed) and W. R. McLean, (B) W. H. Chastain, (C) J. W. Brooks, (F) T. M. Jones, (H) William F. Davis, (I) S. A. McLendon, (K) Richard Hobbs.

The Fifty-second regiment Georgia volunteers had at first the following field officers: Col. Wier Boyd, Lieut.-Col. C. D. Phillips, Adjt. W. A. James. The captains were: (A) S. H. Vandiviere, (B) J. J. Moore, (C) R. R. Asbury, (D) John A. Parker, (E) D. W. Killian,

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