Jim, The 14th Georgia was organized on July 14, 1861. Captain Robert W. Folsom was the commander of Company B from Wilkinson County. Folsom moved to lieutenant colonel during the 1861 southwestern Virginia campaign. After the Sharpsburg campaign Folsom was promoted to colonel. On May 6, 1864 when the Yanks overran Thomas' and McGowan's brigade lines Folsom was mortally wounded. He was 28 years-old. He was buried in Richmond's Hollywood Cemetery. His brother, James Madison Folsom, wrote a well known, but rare book titled "Heroes and Martyrs of Georgia: Georgia's Record in the Revolution of 1861." This book was published in Macon, Georgia in 1864 by Burke, Boykin & Company. It has since been reprinted by Butternut & Blue in Baltimore. This book gives a nice brief history of 18 different Georgia units including the 14th Georgia. James Folsom planned to publish more Georgia regimental histories, but it is my understanding that Federal cavalry captured his other books and the printing press in Macon and burned them. I hope this helps a little with your search.