See Dr. Robert E. Zaworski, "Headstones of Heroes: The Restoration and History of Confederate Graves in Atlanta's Oakland Cemetery" (ISBN: 1-56311-345-7, Turner Publishing Company, P. O. Box 3101, Paducah, KY 42003-3101, 1998).
Confederate's who died on the field would have been buried near where they fell. Dr. Zaworski's book reports that, after the war, the Atlanta Ladies Memorial Association superintended the gathering up of the remains of Confederate soldiers from their battlefield graves within a 10 mile radius of downtown Atlanta and reinterred them in a special plot in Atlanta's Oakland Cemetery. This was done over the winter of 1868/1869 and the remains of some 3,000 unknown Confederate dead were recovered. The battlefield of Ezra Church falls within this 10 mile radius, I believe.
Dr. Zaworski's book contains several historic lists of names for the known Confederate dead buried in Oakland Cemetery. I did not see Captain T. P. HODGES listed, but did find a listing in Appendix I for "G. E. Critz-Lee" (no rank posted) who was enrolled in Company A, 50th Alabama Infantry and died on 30 JUN 1863. He has a marker in Block B, Row 4, Space 8.
Confederate wounded from Ezra Church were evacuated to hospitals further south. My great grandfather's brother, Private William Robert Teagle, Company A, 9th Mississippi Infantry, was wounded at Ezra Church on 28 JUL 1864 and evacuated by rail to a military hospital in Macon, Georgia. He died of his wounds on 13 AUG 1864 and is buried in the Confederate section of Rose Hill Cemetery in Macon.