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[129] W. Hutchinson, (K) F. W. Johnson and S. H. Gates. Col. Jack Brown started out with the regiment and surrendered with it at Appomattox.

The Sixtieth regiment Georgia volunteers was formed by the union of the Fourth Georgia battalion with other companies. At its organization it had as field officers: Col. W. H. Stiles, Lieut.-Col. Thomas J. Berry, Maj. W. B. Jones, Commissary A. D. Murray, Asst. Quartermaster D. N. Speer, Adj. B. F. Keller. The captains were: (A) T. D. Bertody, (B) W. B. Jones, (C) J. C. Wardlaw, (D) W. Talliaferro, (E) J. W. Beck, (F) W. P. Jarrett, (G) John B. Golding (killed), (H) W. H. Stiles, (I) B. F. Fariss, (K) W. H. Howard. This regiment went to Virginia in the spring of 1862 in Lawton's brigade, Jackson's division. It served in the battles around Richmond, the campaign of Second Manassas and Maryland, and at Fredericksburg. After Lawton's appointment as quartermaster-general, Gen. John B. Gordon was assigned to the brigade, and subsequently the same command became Evans' brigade. Under these three brigade commanders the regiment served from the battles around Richmond through the Overland campaign, the campaign of Early in Maryland and in the valley, then in the trenches at Petersburg, and finally in Evans' division of Gordon's corps in the campaign that closed at Appomattox. During this long and arduous career the losses of the regiment were very heavy. Some of the successors to the officers already named were: Col. W. B. Jones, Adjt. R. L. McFarlin; Capts. (C) James C. Ward and J. A. Edmondson, (H) W. C. Leake.

When the Sixty-first regiment Georgia volunteers had completed its organization, the field officers were as follows: Col. John H. Lamar, Lieut.-Col. J. Y. Mc-Duffie, Maj. A. P. McRae, Asst. Quartermaster George Higgins, Adjt. G. W. Lamar. The captains were: (A) G. D. Wilcox, (B) D. R. A. Johnson, (C) Daniel McDonald, (D) S. H. Kennedy, (E) C. W. McArthur, (F) P.

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