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 On entering the service, First Lieutenant Hill was Adjutant of the Battalion. At Oconee River Bridge he was selected and appointed as Ordnance Officer, by Major General Henry C. Wayne. After the evacuation of Savannah, he was appointed Assistant Inspector General on the staff of General R. W. Carswell. He lives now in Atlanta, Ga. *Second Lieutenant, Cadet Frank E. Courvoisier, Savannah, Ga. Died in 1896, at Fort Royal, S. C. Third Lieutenant, Cadet James R. McClesky, Athens, Ga. Now minister of gospel at Covington, Ga. First Sergeant-Major, and Adjutant of Battalion, Cadet Paul Faver, of Fayetteville, Ga. Lives there now and is a popular physician. Orderly Sergeant, Cadet W. E. H. Searcy, Griffin, Ga. *Second Sergeant, Cadet Cary Wood Henderson, Covington, Ga. Died in Atlanta, Ga., since the war. *Third Sergeant, Cadet Theodore A. Elyea, Atlanta, Ga. Died in Atlanta, since the war. Fourth Sergeant, Cadet J. W. Symmes, Brunswick, Ga. Fifth Sergeant, Cadet J. Scott Todd, West Point, Ga. Lost right arm in battle at Oconee River Bridge, Nov. 1864. Now popular and distinguished physician in Atlanta, Ga. Corporal, Cadet J. A. Arnold. (I cannot now remember names of the other corporals of company A.)
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