If he waqs in a Georgia unit and in Hood's division, the following are possibilities:
The 18 GA (Col Williuam T. Wofford's regiment) was brigaded with the Texas Brigade from late 1861 until November, 1862, when it was transferred as a part of the general army reorganization. Hood assumed command of Whiting's old division in Jul, 1862, and the demi-division consisted of Law's Alabama Brigade and Hood's old Texas Brigade, under the command of COL Wofford.
After the reorganization, Benning's Georgia Brigade (formerly Robert Toombs') and George T. (Tig) Anderson's Georgia Brigade were assigned to the division, along with the Texas Brigade and Law's Brigade. The division continued to be generally called Hood's Division after Hood was seriously wounded at Chickamauga, although Hood never returned to command it, until MGEN Charles Field was assigned to permanent command in Feb 1864. In the interim it had been under the command of BGEN Micah Jenkins.