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 B. Green, Asst. Quartermaster William L. Platt; Capts. (A) W. D. Russell, (B) Jerry R. Johnson, (C) R. L. Miller, (D) W. H. Banks, (E) R. F. Jones. This battalion served for a time on the South Carolina coast, but by uniting with the Twenty-fourth battalion went to form the Seventh Georgia cavalry, which served with distinction in Virginia. William F. Laws became quartermaster of the battalion in place of Captain Platt, C. C. Bowen captain of Company B, and H. K. Harrison of Company D. The Twenty-third battalion Georgia cavalry was officered as follows: Lieut.-Col. Isaac W. Avery, Adjt. B. H. Newton, Asst. Quartermaster William K. Moore, Commissary Joseph Stones; Capts. (A) W. L. Cook, (B) Jeff Johnson, (C) G. B. May, (D) C. D. McCutchen, (E) D. J. Owen. Company A was first commanded by Captain Avery. The battalion was subsequently raised to a regiment, Avery's Fourth cavalry, a sketch of which has already been given. The officers of the Twenty-fourth battalion Georgia cavalry were: Maj. Edward C. Anderson, Jr., Adjt. A. J. Setze, Asst. Quartermaster B. C. Henry; Capts. (A) T. S. Hopkins, (B) John N. Davis, (C) R. H. Wylley and John W. Brumby. This battalion served for a time on the Georgia coast. It was united with the Twenty-first battalion to form the Seventh regiment, a sketch of which has been given. The Twenty-ninth battalion Georgia cavalry, Lieut.-Col. A. Hood, included the companies of Capts. A. W. Hunter, J. T. Wimberly, F. J. Browning, L. Little, F. L. Pipper, S. C. Hall, R. W. Wade and J. C. Lassiter. This battalion served on the Georgia coast and took part in the defense of Savannah in December, 1864. The Thirtieth battalion Georgia cavalry, Lieut.-Col. A. Young, was composed of the companies of 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, (H)
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