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[135] weary months of the fall and winter following, and participated in the campaign which closed at Appomattox. Some of the successors to the officers at organization were Adjts. J. H. Williams and P. E. Savans, Capts. (B) John W. King and F. E. Ross, (C) W. I. Anderson and N. E. Gober.

The officers of the Fourth battalion Georgia infantry, as far as they are recorded, were: Lieut.-Col. W. H. Stiles, Maj. Thomas J. Berry, Asst. Quartermaster D. N. Speer, Commissary R. H. Cannon, Surg. E. N. Calhoun, Capt. (H) M. A. Leake. This battalion served with distinction at Hilton Head and afterward was merged in the Sixtieth regiment, which see for the history of its campaigns.

The roster of the Fourth battalion Georgia infantry, sharpshooters, is very imperfect. As far as can be ascertained it is as follows: Capts. (A) S. M. Jackson, (B) W. M. Carter, (C) B. M. Turner, Ensign E. W. Collins. This battalion served in the following campaigns: Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, Tennessee and the Carolinas, being then consolidated with the Thirty-seventh and Fifty-fourth regiments. It did its duty well on every field.

The Fifth battalion Georgia infantry: Maj. G. M. Gunnels, Capts. (A) W. G. Rice and G. M. Gunnels, (B) John G. Williams, (C) J. J. Shumate.

The Seventh battalion Georgia infantry, which was consolidated with the Sixty-first regiment, had at first the following officers: Lieut.-Col. Charles A. L. Lamar, Maj. John H. Lamar, who became lieutenant-colonel. This battalion served for a time on the Georgia coast. As it was merged in the Sixty-first Georgia, its campaigns are included in the sketch of that regiment.

The Eighth battalion Georgia infantry had at its organization the following officers: Lieut.-Col. J. T. Reid, Maj. B. F. Hunt, Asst. Quartermaster H. S. Cranford, Adjt. J. W. Gray, Capts. (A) H. M. Lumpkin,

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