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[134] ing succeeding captains are recorded: (B) B. H. Hardee, (D) C. T. Berwick.

The Second battalion Georgia infantry, sharpshooters: Maj. J. J. Cox, Asst. Quartermaster Thomas B. Gower; Capts. (A) R. H. Whiteley, (B) William H. Brown, (C) E. W. Ansley, (D) Samuel D. Oliver, (E) O. C. Myers. Adjt. C. P. Roberts was promoted to his position for gallantry. This gallant command participated in the Murfreesboro campaign, where it won great distinction, under the leadership of Major Cox; again in the Atlanta campaign, led by Major Whiteley, and in the Tennessee campaign, under Capt. William H. Brown. In the spring of 1865, consolidated with the Eighth battalion and the Sixty-fifth regiment, it participated in the campaign of the Carolinas in which General Johnston was again in command of the army, whose love and esteem he had gained in the Atlanta campaign. Capt. R. H. Whiteley became major; C. F. George, captain of Company A, and M. G. Hester of Company G.

The Second battalion Georgia infantry (Hardeman's) during the Appomattox campaign was commanded by Maj. Charles J. Moffit, formerly captain of Company A. George W. Ross preceded Moffit as major, W. T. Ross became captain of Company A, W. F. Walker of Company B, and C. R. Redding of Company C.

The Third battalion Georgia infantry, sharpshooters, was organized with the following field officers: Lieut.-Col. L. N. Hutchins, Maj. H. H. Smith, Adjt. R. J. Davant, Asst. Quartermaster J. P. Phillips. The captains were: (A) Wm. M. Crumley, (B) Garnet McMillan (C) W. E. Simmons, (E) J. F. Martin. This battalion after being sent to Virginia was assigned to Wofford's brigade. After Gettysburg it accompanied Longstreet to Georgia and was engaged in the East Tennessee campaign under that general. It nobly illustrated Georgia during the Overland campaign of 1864, and in the battles, skirmishes and hardships of the trenches through the long

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