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 W. S. Erwin, (I) J. N. Dorsey, (K) N. T. Taber. This battalion served in Georgia for awhile, then went to Virginia and with the addition of other companies formed the Eleventh regiment of cavalry, a sketch of which has already been given. Stephens' battalion Georgia cavalry had the following officers: Lieut.-Col. Linton Stephens, Maj. J. A. Shivers, Adjt. W. H. Lawson; Capts. (A) J. Raley, (B) T. E. Brown, (C) S. G. White, (D) J. F. Geev. A company of Georgia cavalry, commanded by Capt. T. M. Nelson (killed), succeeded by Gill Ragland, was in the Kentucky campaign and was greatly distinguished at the battle of Richmond in that State. Afterward it was sent to north Mississippi, and from that time acted as Gen. Stephen D. Lee's escort. Culberson's battalion State guards cavalry, Col. A. B. Culberson, included the companies of Capts. (A) T. A. Sharpe, (B) J. B. Rogers, (C) J. M. Easterling, (D) William Mahan, (F) J. Jones. The officers of Stephens' cavalry battalion were: Maj. John T. Stephens, Capts. (A) B. G. Lockett, (B) J. W. Ellis, (C) J. R. Banks, (D) C. F. Redding. The Ninth battalion Georgia light guards, or Macon ordnance guards battalion, Col. Patrick Mell, Maj. H. T. Price, was composed of the companies of Capts. (A) C. W. Bond, (B) C. Dodd, (C) A. Delaperrier, (D) R. C. Saxon, (E) R. H. Cannon. The Provost battalion Georgia volunteers was officered as follows: Capts. (A) M. D. Lee, (B) T. J. Echols, (C) J. W. Longino, (D) E. Holmes, (E) J. C. Hendrix, (F) L. L. Strozier, (G) R. P. Eberhart. Captain Lee was succeeded by William M. McConnell.
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