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 those named above were: Capts. (A) Z. A. Rice, T. P. Stovall, B. C. King, O. H. P. Julian, J. J. Thomas, B. C. Yancey, C. H. Sanders and W. L. Conyers, (B) L. J. Glenn and William W. McDaniels, (C) T. C. Williams, (D) C. H. Camfield, W. J. Lawton, J. F. Wilson and W. A. Winn, (E) B. S. King, T. B. Cox, W. S. C. Morris, (F) William T. S. Powell and G. W. Moore, (G) J. C. Barnett and G. B. Knight, (H) W. A. Cain, (I) William Duke, (K) J. J. Floyd. The Tenth regiment of Georgia cavalry was formed in July, 1864, from seven Georgia companies of the Seventh Confederate regiment and three companies of Millen's Twentieth battalion of cavalry, under Col. V. H. Taliaferro, Lieut.-Col. F. D. Claiborne, Maj. Jesse H. Sikes; Capts. (A) E. W. Moise, (B) L. J. Smith, (C) J. H. Sikes, (D) F. E. Burke, (E) F. A. Beasley, (K) F. G. Pitt, (L) J. B. Bonner, and later S. T. Kingsbury. The Tenth regiment continued to serve in Virginia during 1864. In the spring of 1865 it took part in the campaign of the Carolinas, which ended with the capitulation of General Johnston. The Eleventh Georgia cavalry regiment had as officers: Col. A. Young, Lieut.-Col. H. W. Barclay, Maj. Madison Bell; Capts. (A) M. Bell, (B) E. P. Bedell, (C) J. Reid, (D) D. M. West and J. M. Crawford, (E) J. Kelly, (F) W. C. Price, (G) D. M. West, (H) W. S. Erwin, (I) J. N. Dorsey, (K) N. T. Taber. This regiment was formed in the fall of 1864 from the Thirtieth battalion of cavalry, which had been serving in Virginia, by adding four new companies. It was with Gen. Wade Hampton in the campaign of the Carolinas, in the spring of 1865, and surrendered with the rest of the army near Goldsboro, April 26th. The First Georgia regiment, partisan rangers, had for its colonel, A. A. Hunt. This was the same as the Sixteenth battalion of cavalry. The First battalion Georgia cavalry had the following
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