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4th Infantry Regiment, organized in April, 1861, at Augusta, Georgia, recruited its companies in the counties of Talbot, Troup, Macon, Gordon, Twiggs, Dougherty, jasper, Baldwin, and Sumter. The unit served in the Department of South Carolina and the Department of Georgia before moving to Virginia. Assigned to A. R. Wright's Brigade during the Seven Days' Battles, it later served under Generals Ripley, Doles, and Cook. It fought in many conflicts from the Maryland Campaign to Cold Harbor, then was involved in Early's Shenandoah Valley operations and the Appomattox Campaign. The regiment reported 15 killed and 78 wounded at Malvern Hill, 22 killed and 119 wounded in the Maryland Campaign, and 29 killed and 115 wounded at ChancellorsviIle. Of the 341 engaged at Gettysburg, fifteen percent were disabled. On April 9, 1865, it surrendered with 7 officers and 93 men. The field officers were Colonels Philip Cook, George Doles, and William H. Willis?, Lieutenant Colonels William F. Jordan, John J. Matthews, Edwin A. Nash, and David R. E. Winn; and Majors F. H. DeGraffenried, Robert S. Smith, and Charles L. Whitehead.

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