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 officers: Maj. Robert H. Anderson, Adjt. R. Wayne, Robert Grant, Asst. Quartermaster R. H. Footman, Capts. O. C. Hopkins, William Hughes, Jr., and Obiah Winn. This battalion served on the Georgia coast. It was raised to a regiment styled the Fifth Georgia cavalry, a sketch of which has already been given. The First battalion Georgia cavalry, No. 2, was composed of the companies of Capts. O. G. Cameron, John Shawhan, James M. Thomas, Ezekiel F. Clay, John B. Holliday, R. G. Stoner, P. M. Millen. This battalion became part of the Twentieth battalion of Georgia cavalry. The Second battalion Georgia cavalry, Lieut.-Col. Edward Bird, Maj. R. J. Davant, was composed of the companies of Capts. (A) H. J. Strobhar, (B) N. U. McCall, (C) G. B. West, (D) W. H. Wiltberger, . (E) J. M. Marsh, (F) R. F. Aiken. This battalion, together with Robert Anderson's First battalion, formed the Fifth Georgia cavalry regiment, January 20, 1863. A sketch of this regiment has already been given. The Third battalion Georgia cavalry, Lieut.-Col. Duncan L. Clinch, Maj. John L. Harris, Asst. Quartermaster H. R. Fort, included the companies of Capts. (A) A. C. Strickland, (B) T. C. McDonald, (C) I. S. Wiggins, (D) W. M. Hazzard, (E) N. A. Brown, (F) John Readdick. This battalion uniting with other companies formed Clinch's Fourth Georgia cavalry regiment, a sketch of which has already been given. The officers of the Ninth battalion Georgia cavalry were: Maj. William Phillips, Capts. (A) R. W. Hamrick, (B) G. D. Rice, (C) W. A. Austen, (D) J. Loveless, (F) T. R. Sheats. This battalion served in Tennessee, part of the time under Gen. John Morgan. The roster of the Tenth battalion Georgia cavalry is imperfect. The captains were: (A) M. A. Candler, (B) A. C. Sloan, (C) G. T. Rakestraw, (D) B. M. Long, (E) A. R. Williams, (F) E. S. Ferguson, (G) W. S. R. Hardman.
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