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 Adjt. H. Symons, Asst. Quartermaster E. J. Dawson; Capts. (A) J. M. Cambell and G. R. Niles, (B) D. A. Smith, (C) J. A. Beals and J. B. Gallie, (D) J. Manning, (E) L. J. Guilmartin, (F) A. Bonaud. The Twenty-eighth Georgia battalion of artillery, Maj. A. Bonaud, was composed of the companies of Capts. (A) J. A. Cotton, (B) L. B. Fickling, (C) C. P. Crawford, (D) G. Wilcher, (E) M. T. McGregor, (F) J. R. Blount, (G) J. D: Goodwin, (H) T. J. Key, (I) R. F. Bishop. It served in the department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida, being for a long time in middle Florida, and was one of the commands which participated in the battle of Olustee. In the spring of 1864, it was sent to Virginia, where it served with distinction to the closing scene at Appomattox. A part of this battalion was at Savannah during Sherman's march to the sea and the siege of that city in December, 1864. The Cherokee Light Artillery, Capts. M. V. D. Corput and John G. Yeiser, was one of the famous batteries of the Western army. It was sent to east Tennessee in 1861; served in that department and in Kentucky in 1862; was in Mississippi in 1863, being highly complimented for its part in the battle of Baker's Creek and the siege of Vicksburg, and participated in the battle of Missionary Ridge and the Atlanta and Tennessee campaigns. White's Artillery was commanded by Capt. B. F. White. The Terrell Light Artillery, Capts. E. J. Dawson and John W. Brooks, served in the department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida and was part of the force engaged in the defense of Savannah in December, 1864. It participated in the campaign of the Carolinas which closed with the capitulation of Johnston, April 26, 1865. The Columbus Light Artillery, Capt. Edward Croft, served in Tennessee and north Mississippi. It was at Jackson in the army of Gen. J. E. Johnston; served in the Meridian campaign in 1864, and through the summer
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