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amauga

Nettles, J. H.

Gates, Isaiah

Oliver, Joseph

Peebles, J. W. ; wounded at Gaines'
Mill

Pierrot, Gus; wounded at Gettys-
burg, killed at Cold Harbor
wounded at Second Ritchie, Austin

Ritter, Louis

Rone, Jerry; wounded at Second Ma-
nassas

* Rowe, D. A.; wounded at Hay
Market, also Suffolk campaign.
Wilderness, Darbytown

Reese, J. F.
Salles, B. A.

* Sandall, W. S.; wounded at Sharps-
burg and Gettysburg

Sawyer, J. H.
Schooler, Sam



ness
Hervey, V. T,
Hester, J. N.

* Hirams, H. C; wounded at the
Wilderness

Hirams, Sam
Hobbs, J.
Holton, David

* Hubert, M. A.; wounded at Gettys-
burg

Hubbard, B. C. ; wounded at Wilder-
ness

Hudson, Ed,

Hurt, B. H. N., 1st Lieut.; wounded
at Second Manassas

Hutton, G. A.

Jewel, W. E.

Johnson, J. H.

Jones, J. M.

Julian, E. H.

Julian, John

Kale, John P.;
Manassas

Keith, J. C.

Killingsworth, J. M.

* Kirkland, Elzy ; wounded at Chick
amauga

Knox, Z.
Lewis, G. W.
Lewis, Joe
Lockhart, Wesley

Lockhart,

Lockhart, C. H.



wounded at Second



Lott, J. T.

Matthews, T. C; wounded at Ma- Simpson, L.

nassas Slatter, L. J.

Matthews, W. H. ; wounded at Gettys- Smith, J. W

burg Manassas

Note — Those marked with a * were at the surrender of the army at
Appomattox, Va., April 9, 1865.



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Smith, J. P.; wounded at Gaines'

Farm
South, N. J.
Speights, C. A.
* Stevenson, U. P.
Sterling, M.
Sterling, John
Stevens, Ike
Stevens, John W.
Stewart, Wiley; wounded at Second

Manassas
Suttles, Ike
Towns, J. R.
Treadway, Dick
Turner, W. H.



Turner, C. H.

* Waldrep, S. D. ; wounded at Gaines'

Farm and Wilderness

Walker, J. A.

Walker, W. A.; killed at Sharps-
burg

Ward, W. J.; died from wounds
received at Second Manassas

Wiley, Nelse; killed at Wilderness

Wilson, H. W.

Wilson, J. B. ; died from wounds
received at Freeman's Ford

* Young, W. B.; wounded at the
Wilderness and Fort Harrison



* Note — Those marked with a
Appomattox, Va., April 9, 1865.



were at the surrender of the army at







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