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 Boyce; Capts. (A) J. W. Anderson, (B) J. W. Rudisill, (C) G. W. Johnson, (D) J. N. Taliaferro, (E) J. J. Newsome, (F) G. M. Hood. This battalion served both as infantry and artillery. During the last year of the war it served almost entirely as infantry in Evans' brigade, Gordon's division. For its full history see the sketch of Ramsey's First Georgia, and also that of the Twelfth Georgia battalion among the infantry commands. The Fourteenth Georgia battalion of artillery had the following officers: Lieut.-Col. J. T. Montgomery, Maj. Joseph Palmer, Adjt. J. H. Cox, Commissary C. T. Swift, Capts. (A) J. Palmer, (B) Thomas H. Dawson, (C) C. B. Ferrell, (D) E. R. King, (E) Franklin Roberts, (F) S. A. Moses, (H) James G. Gibson. This battalion served in east Tennessee during 1862. The different companies of the battalion served at times on distant fields of duty, in Tennessee, in north Mississippi and in Georgia. For instance, while R. Anderson's (formerly Thomas A. Dawson's) battery was in Georgia during the Atlanta campaign, Ferrell's battery was in north Mississippi under Roddey. The battalion did good and faithful service wherever called upon. The Eighteenth Georgia battalion, heavy artillery, served chiefly in Virginia in the defense of Richmond, doing its best service in the campaign of 1864. The Twenty-second Georgia battalion, siege artillery, had for officers the following: Lieut.-Col. Wm. R. Pritchard, Maj. John B. Gallie (killed), Adjt. J. J. Symons, Asst. Quartermaster H. R. Washburn; Capts. (A) T. D. Bertody, (B) M. J. McMullan, (C) John Lamar, (D) Richard J. Nunn, (E) C. Hussey, (F) George A. Nichols, (G) F. T. Cullens, (H) R. A. Turnipseed. This battalion served as heavy artillery on the Georgia coast, and after the fall of Savannah in December, 1864, was in the campaign of the Carolinas, surrendering with Gen. Joseph E. Johnston. Some of the changes in its officers were as follows: Majs. M. J. McMullan and T. D. Bertody,
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