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 in Forrest's command, accompanying that famous soldier into Tennessee during the Hood campaign. The Campbell Siege Artillery, Capt. C. G. Campbell, served on the Georgia coast; assisted in the defense of Savannah in December, 1864; also served for a time in the district of middle Florida. The Chestatee Artillery, under Capt. T. H. Bomar, served for some time near Charleston, taking a prominent part in the defense of Battery Bee and Morris island. In 1864 it was assigned to the army of Northern Virginia, where it did good service to the end. Martin's Light Artillery, commanded by Capt. Robert Martin, saw service in Tennessee, north Mississippi and north Georgia. It bore itself gallantly on every field, being especially distinguished at Jackson, Miss., at Chickamauga and through the Atlanta campaign, in the last being known as Howell's battery, from its commander, Capt. Evan P. Howell, who succeeded Captain Martin upon the latter's promotion to the rank of major, and gallantly led the command through the remainder of its honorable career. The Jackson Artillery, Capt. G. A. Dure, served in east Tennessee and then with Bragg in middle Tennessee, being engaged in the battle of Murfreesboro, then in the Chattanooga campaign of 1863, and in the Atlanta campaign of 1864. Daniels' Light Artillery, so called from its captain, C. Daniels, served in the department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida, and formed part of the army with which General Hardee attempted to defend the city of Savannah in December, 1864. The Thompson Artillery, commanded first by Capt. C. R. Hanleiter, afterward by Capt. L. J. Parr, was another one of the batteries serving on the Georgia coast, which participated in the defense of Savannah in December, 1864. Pritchard's Artillery, under Capt. E. E. Pritchard,
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