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 Taylor, (D) J. T. Banks, (E) P. Brown, (F) T. P. Flemming, (G) S. B. Love, (H) S. P. Bassett. The Georgia State guards, Col. J. G. Yeiser, Lieut.-Col. J. R. Freeman, Maj. T. W. Alexander, included the companies of Capts. (A) J. H. Lawrence, (B) J. Trout, (C) S. D. Wragg, (D) A. A. Terhune, (E) M. L. Troutman, (F) J. Taliaferro, (G) H. F. Wimberly, (H) S. A. Bordoers, (I) D. B. Dean, (K) C. O. Stillwell. Of the Second regiment Georgia reserves, the officers were Col. R. F. Maddox; Capts. (A) S. Chamberlain, (B) R. Adams, (C) E. Holcombe, (D) T. C. Jackson, (E) J. F. McCloskey, (F) M. Richardson, (G) E. M. Donehoe, (H) C. M. Jones and N. Clay, (I) S. S. Fears, (K) J. R. Mehaffey. This regiment was especially engaged in the defense of Savannah during the march of Sherman to the sea after the fall of Atlanta. The officers of the Third Georgia reserves were Col. E. J. Harris, Lieut.-Col. J. S. Moore, Maj. J. B. Griffin, Adjt. S. D. Martin; Capts. (A) J. A. McManus, (B) C. D. Amos, (C) W. F. Scott, (D) T. P. Lloyd, (E) N. Miller, (F) O. Cromwell, (G) S. D. Nutt, (H) S. E. Glass, (I) T. H. Hodgkiss, (K) G. A. Cunningham. This regiment also was engaged in the campaign in defense of Savannah under the command of Lieut.-Gen. W. J. Hardee. The Fourth Georgia reserves had the following officers: Col. R. S. Taylor, Lieut.-Col. A. D. Candler, Maj. J. H. Bush, Adjt. W. T. Florence; Capts. (A) G. S. Peavy, (B) J. M. B. Carlton; (C) J. P. Hudson, (D) R. T. Bowie, (E) B. D. Johnson, (F) A. C. Allen, (G) J. C. Jordan, (H) R. C. Saxon, (I) T. L. Anderson, (K) M. A. Adams. The service of this regiment was chiefly in defense of Savannah in the latter part of 1864. The Fifth Georgia reserves was officered as follows: Col. J. B. Cumming, Lieut.-Col. C. D. Findley, Maj. C. E. McGregor, Adjt. O. T. Thweatt; Capts. (A) M. R. Freeman, (B) B. D. Lumsden, (C) B. Whiddon, (D) W. Paine, (E) W. A. Cobb, (F) J. C. Jarrett, (G) C. E.
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