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[148] the army of Northern Virginia, and gained special distinction.

The Echols Light Artillery, under Capt. John H. Tiller, served on the Georgia coast. Barnwell's Light Artillery, under Capt. A. Smith Barnwell, was on duty in the same field and was part of Hardee's army during the siege of Savannah.

The Bartow Artillery, under Capts. T. D. Bertody and A. C. Dunn, formed a part of the Twenty-second Georgia battalion, the sketch of which has already been given.

The Massenburg battery, commanded by Capts. T. E. Massenburg and G. G. Dure, served for a time in the army of Tennessee, then was sent to Mobile and participated in the final operations about that city. Palmer's Artillery was commanded by Capts. M. W. Harris, R. W. Anderson and J. H. Yates.

Capt. John Milledge's battery had the honor of taking part in all the campaigns of the army of Northern Virginia from Seven Pines to Appomattox, making a record which gave the battery great fame throughout the army.

The Chatham Artillery, under Capts. J. F. Wheaton and J. S. Claghorn in succession, served in the department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. It participated in the defense of Battery Wagner at Charleston, in the battle of Olustee in Florida, in the defense of Savannah in December, 1864, and in the campaign of the Carolinas in 1865.

Girardey's battery, under Capt. 1. P. Girardey, served at Pensacola, then went with Bragg to Mississippi and was conspicuous in the battle of Shiloh.

Howell's battery, Capt. Evan P. Howell—see Martin's battery.

The Georgia cavalry.

The First Georgia cavalry regiment was organized with the following officers: Col. J. J. Morrison, Lieut.-Col. A. R. Harper, Maj. S. W. Davitt, Adjt. John N.

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