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Below each Company is a list of Ranks. Officers who held this rank are listed below.
Regimental | Company A | Company B | Company C | Company D | Company E
Company F | Company G | Company H | Company I | Company K | Company L

Regimental

    The first commander was Thomas M. Jones (Col.)

    Colonel:
    Campbell, James A. (Died at Johnson's Island, 4 February 1864)
    Jones, Thomas M. (Resigned 26 March 1863)

    Lieutenant Colonel
    Autry, James L. (Killed at Murfreesboro)
    Campbell, James A. (Promoted)
    Hays, Andrew J. (Transfered to the staff of General Bragg)
    Jones, Andrew J. (Killed at Resaca)

    Major
    Campbell, James A. (Promoted January 1863)
    Jones, Andrew J. (Promoted May 1863)
    Kennedy, Julius B. (Killed at Atlanta)
    Lipscomb, George H. (Killed at Perryville
    McLemore, Amos (Killed by a deserter)

    Adjutant
    Crump, W. S.
    Rice, G. W.

    Surgeon
    Divine, K. C. (Promoted to brigade staff 4 December 1862)
    Shelby, Isaac

    Assistant Surgeon
    Buckner, J. S.

    Quartermaster
    Catchings, Lieutenant
    Craft, Addison (Promoted to brigade staff 4 December 1862)
    Denham, G. B., Lieutenant

    Commisary
    Boyles, John
    Grayson, J. W., Lieutenant
    Rice, G. W., Lieutenant

    Sergeant Major
    Carter, J. P.
    Watkins, Isom

Company A, known as the Okibbeha Riflemen

    Captain
    Huntley, E. O.

    First Lieutenant
    Hannah, William M.
    Huntley, Champ (Died at Chattanooga)

    Second Lieutenant
    Adams, N. Q.
    Fowler, John (Killed at Perryville)
    Hannah, T. L.
    Hannah, Willaim M.

    Third Lieutenant
    Hendon, W. L.

Company B, Known as the "Rosin Heels"

    Captain
    McLemore, Amos (Promoted to Major May 1863)
    Pegg, S. M.

    First Lieutenant
    Cooper, N.
    Smith, S. H.
    Welborn, J. E. (Promoted to Major, Seventh Battalion)

    Second Lieutenant
    Bayliss, J. M. (Promoted to Surgeon, Seventh Battalion)
    Grayson, G. W.
    Grayson, John W.

    Third Lieutenant
    Cooper, N.
    Pegg, S. M.
    Smith, S. H.

Company C, Known as the Fredonia Hards

    Captain
    Jones, Andrew J. (Promoted to Major 12 Februaru 1863, Killed at Resaca)
    Poole, John R. (Killed at Resaca)

    First Lieutenant
    Poole, John R.
    Tardy, B. A. (Died at Pensecola)
    Wiley, W. W. (Disabled at Perryville)

    Second Lieutenant
    Major, J. M.
    Poole, John R.
    Wiley, W. W.

    Third Lieutenant
    Rivers, E. F.
    Smith, George T. (Died at Pensecola)
    Switzer, D. S.

Company D, Known as the Rayburn Rifles

    Captain
    Brown, P. P.
    Hall, W. Wood (Wounded at Chickamauga, Joined Cavalry)
    Neilson, E. R. (Killed at Murfreesboro)

    First Lieutenant
    Bailey, T. S.
    Brown, P. P. (Promoted 19 December 1863)
    Hall, W. Wood

    Second Lieutenant
    Bailey, T. S.
    Boyle, John (Promoted to Commissary)
    Brown, J. H. (Killed at Chickamauga)
    Brown, P. P.
    Noel, John E.
    Rice, George W.

    Third Lieutenant
    Brown, P. P. (Wounded at Atlanta)

Company E, known as the Leake Rovers

    This Company was also know as Captain James A. Campbell's Company

    Captain
    Campbell, James A. (Promoted to Regimental Staff as Major in January 1863)
    Boyd, J. S.

    First Lieutenant
    Allen, M.
    Boyd, J. S.
    Drake, Jabez
    Edwards, M. C. (Killed at Murfreesboro)
    Edwards, J. M.

    Second Lieutenant
    Boyd, J. S.
    Edwards, M. C.
    Edwards, J. M.
    Colbert, W. B.
    McIntosh, Samuel

    Third Lieutenant
    Allen, M.
    Edwards, J. M.
    Hull, R. I.
    Nash, J. M.

Company F, Known as the Covington Fencibles

    Captain
    Baugh, Joel R.
    McLaurin, Hugh R. (Died near Munfordville)

    First Lieutenant
    Eaton, William J.
    McLeod, D. J.

    Second Lieutenant
    Applewhite, W. L. (Killed at Franklin)
    Gill, S. H.
    Gist, Samuel H.
    Lott, W. J. (Resigned)
    McLeod, D. J.
    McLeod, Daniel A.

    Third Lieutenant
    Baugh, Joel R.

Company G, Known as the Kennedy Guards

    Captain
    Byrd, John S.
    Kennedy, Julius B. (Promoted to Major on 5 October 1863)

    First Lieutenant
    Byrd, John S.
    Denham, G. B. (Appointed Quartermaster)

    Second Lieutenant
    Byrd, John S.
    Carter, J. P. (Brigade Ordinace Officer at Chickamauga)
    Thompson, John M.

    Third Lieutenant
    Carter, J. P.

Company H, Known as the Jasper Blues

    Captain
    Nixon, Goodwin (Resigned 1863)
    Stafford, E. W.

    First Lieutenant
    Brame, W. M.
    Rogers, Michael
    Stafford, E. W.

    Second Lieutenant
    Bufkins, J. L.
    McCormick, James U.
    Morris, B. F.
    Phillips, J. T.
    Rogers, Michael
    Stafford, E. W.

    Third Lieutenant
    Phillips, J. T.
    Terrel, James

Company I, Known as the Harris Rebels

    Captain
    Harris, A. J. (Resigned 1863)
    Wood, John H. (Killed at Jonesboro)

    First Lieutenant
    Jones, Alexander
    Kilgore, Alfred

    Second Lieutenant
    Kilgore, Alfred
    Madden, J. C.
    Wood, John H.

    Third Lieutenant
    Burrus, J. C. (Killed at Perryville)
    Hyde, J. J.
    Thompson

Company K, Known as the Enfield Rifles

    Captain
    Sale, John B. (Promoted to Judge Advocate, the staff of General Bragg)
    Sanders, W. H.
    Snowden, A. V. (Killed at Lookout Mountain)

    First Lieutenant
    Evans, William B. (Resigned February 1863)
    Sanders, W. H.

    Second Lieutenant
    McMillan, W. A. (Captured at Chickamauga)
    Powell, Andrew G.
    Sanders, W. H.
    Snowden, A. V.

    Third Lieutenant
    Snowden, A. V.

Company L, Known as the Twiggs Rifles

    Captain
    Griffin, H. B.

    First Lieutenant
    Hawkins, T. R.
    Johnston, S. M. (Wounded at Lookout Mountain)
    Welch, William

    Second Lieutenant
    Johnston, S. M.
    McInnis, J. M.
    Thompson, J. G. (Died in service)

    Third Lieutenant
    Krebs, H. E.
    Welch, William

    First Sergeant
    Baptiste, Antonio (Died at Murfreesboro)


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