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39. W. T. Patton. — Gmduated July 4, 1854. Lawyer. Entered militaiy service as
captain of Virginia vohmteers, April 1861. Appointed major of 7th Virginia volunteers.
Promoted to lieutenant colonel, 1862. Elected colonel, 1862. Sen-ed with distinguished
gallantry in all the battles of hjs regiment. Severely wounded at second battle of Ma-
nassas.

40. Ed. Pexoleton. — Gradiuited July 4, 1842. Lawyer. Entered service as major of
Louisiana battalion, June 1861. Promoted to lieutenant colonel of l)attalion. Elected co-
ionel of loth Louisiana regiment, 1862. Taken prisoner at battle orKiehmond.

41. G. A. Porterfield. — Gradr.ated July 4, 1844. Entered service as colonel of Vir-
ginia volunteers. In command at PhiJippi, and surprised by enemy and forced to retreat.

42. J. C. Portek.— Graduated July 4, 1Si6. Colonel of artillery.

43. O. C. Petway. — Admitted cadet in 1860. Ordered into service Avith cadets, April
1861. Appointed major of North Carohna volunteers. Promoted to lieutenant colonel, and
then to colonel of 35th North Carolina volunteers — serving with distinguished gallantry in
all the battles of his regiment. Killed at battles of Richmond.

44. R. C. \V. Radford. — Admitted cadet in 1840. Resigned. Appointed cadet United
States military academy. Graduated in United States cavairy. Appointed colonel of 2d
Virginia cavalry. May 1861. Served with great gallantry through first year of the war.
Resigned in 1862. Appointed colonel in Virginia state line serving with General Floyd.

45. "W. D. Stuart. — Graduated July 4, 1852. Teacher. Entered military service as
first lieutenant provisional army of Virginia, May 1861. Promoted to Tieutenant colonel of
Virginia volunteers. Distinguished himself at battle of Bethel. Promoted to colonel 56th
Virginia regiment.

46 J. B. Strange. — Graduated July 4, 1852. Teacher. Entered military service as
lieutenant colonel of 19th Virginia volunteers. Promoted to colonelcy, and served with his
regiment in the campaigns of 1861 and 1862. Mortally wounded at battle of Boonesboro',
Maryland, September 14, 1862.

47. Charles Smith.— Gnuhiatcd JuJy 4, 1850. Physician. Entered mihtary service
,^s colonel of Virginia volunteers, iu command of forces on Eastern Shore of Virginia.

48. G. H. jSjuTH. — Graduated July 4, 1853. Lawyer. Entered military service as cap-



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tain of Virginia volunteers. Taken prisoner at battle of Eicli monutain. Paroled and ci-
changed, and elected colonel of 2otIi Virginia regiment. Wounded severely at battle of
McDowell, and also wounded at second battle of Manassas. Distinguished for his gallantry.

49. R. C. Trigo. — Graduated July 4, 1848. Entered the service as captain cf Virginia
volunteers, April 1801 , at Harper's Ferry. Appointed colonel of the 59th Virginia regiment.

50. W. R. Terry. — Graduated July 4, 1850. Entered service April 1861, as captain of
cavalry. Elected colonel of tlje 24th Virginia regiment. Wounded severely while gallantly
leading his regiment at battle of Williamsburg.

51. A. J. Vacgiin. — Graduated July 4, 1851. Entered military service. Pronioteu
colonel of Tennessee regiment. Greatly distinguished for his conduct in Missouri, aud
especially at battle of Belmont.

52. L. B. Williams. — Graduated July 4, 1854. Lawyer. Entered military service as
captain of Virginia vohinteers at the capturp of Ilaiper's Ferry, April 1861. Promoted to
lieutenant colonel of 7th Virginia regiment, and serving with distiuguishid gallantry in all

" the battles of the first year. Elected colonel of 1st Virginia volnutecrs. Severely wounded,
and taken prisoner at Williamsburg.

53. Titus V. William.s.— Graduated July 4, 18.")9. Teacher. Entered military service
April 18G1 as captain of Virginia volnntems. Promoted major of 37th Virginia volunteers;
then lieutenant colonul, and then colonel. Served in all the campaigns of the ri'giment in
western Virginia and the Valley. Seriously wounded at Cedar run, August 19, 18G2.

54. James Walker. — Admitted cadet in 1849. Entered military service as captain of
Virginia volunteers, April 18G1, at Harper's Ferry. Elected colonel of 13th Virginia regi-
ment, and serving with great gallantry and distinction in all the battles of his regiment.

55. H. K. BlTlGWYN. — Graduated June 1801. Entered 8<"rvice as cadet with corps ul
cadets at camp of instruction, Richmond. ApiK>inted lieutenant colonel of 2Gth North
Carolina regiment. Distinguished at battle of Newbem. Promoted colonel on the election
of Colonel Vance as governor of North Carolina.

5G. W. B. Tahh — Graduated July 4, 1859. Entered military senicc as captain of volun-
teer company from university- of Virginia at HaqnT's Ferrj'. Disbanded. Apjiointed Ueu-
tenant in provisional army of Virginia. Appointed assistant adjutant general of Wise
legion. Promoted major of Virginia volunteers. Elected colonel of 59th regiment of Vii
ginia volunti^ers.

57. A. Jackson. — Entered Virginia military institute in 1844. Appointed second lieu-
tenant in United States army. Resigned on secession of Virginia. Appointed lieutenant
colonel of provisional army of Virginia. Appointed colonel of provisional army of Con-
federate States.

LIEUTENANT COLONELS.

1. F. M. BoYKiN. — Graduated July 4, 1856. Teacher. Entered military sen ice an
captain of Virginia volunteers, April 18G1. Promoted to major, and then to lieutenant
colonel of 31st Virginia volunteers. Greatly distinguished at the battle of Alleghany.

2. W. B. BoTT?. — Graduated July 4, 1854. Entered military service as major of Texa.*?
volunteers. Promoted to lieutenant colonel of 5th Texas regiment.

3. R. S. BrRKS.— Graduated July 4, 1851. — Entered service as lieutenant colonel of
28th Virginia volunteers.



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4. N. Berkeley. — Graduated July 4, 1848. — Fai-mer. Entered military scnnce as major
of Sill Virginia volunteers. Promoted to lieutenant colonel, and served with great gallantry
in all the battles of his regimept. "Wounded at Sharpsburg, Maryland, Septemhir 17, 1862.

57~H. Carrinoton. — Graduated July 4, 1851. Farmer. Entered militarj^ service as
lieutenant colonel of 18th Virginia volunteers. > Served with great gallantry and distinction
in all tfie battles of his regiment. Wounded at the battle of Seven Pines, May 31, 1862,
and at second battle of Manassas.

6. J. C. Councils. — Graduated July 4, 1848. Teacher. Entered military sei-vice as
captain of Virginia voluntoers. Elected lieutenant colonel of 26th Virginia volunteers, on
reorganization of the army.

7. R. P. C.VRSON. — Graduated July 4, 1854. Teacher. Entered military service April
1861 as captain of Virginia volunteers. Appointed lieutenant colonel of 37th Virginia
A'olunteers, serving with his regiment in western Virginia campaign. Resigned on account
of ill health.

8. C. A. Deruv. — Graduated July 4, 1848. Clergyman. Entered military service as
lieutenant colonel of 44th Alabama regiment. Wounded, and taken prisoner in Maryland.

9. W. W. Finney. — Graduated July 4, 1858. Entered military service as lieutenant
colonel of 45th Virginia regiment.

10. B. F. FiCKMN. — Graduated July 4, 1849. Entered military service May 1861, as
assistant quartermaster in Virginia service, with rank of major. Promoted to lieutenant
colonel of 50th regiment, sei-ving with General Floyd. Sent to Em'ope on special service.

11. Henry Gantt. — Graduated July 4, 1852. Farmer. Entered military service as
major of 19th Virginia volunteers. Promoted to lieutenant colonel, and serving with gal-
lantry iu all the battles of his regiment.

12. W. J. Green. — Graduated July 4, 1846. Farmer. Entered military service iu
April 1861 as lieutenant colonel of Virginia volunteers. Ti-ansfcrred to staff of General
Pettigrcw, and Idlled at battle of Richmond.

13. N. C. Harris. — Graduated July 4, 1852. Entered military service as captain of
Virginia volunteers. Promoted to lieutenant colonel of artillery at Richmond.

. 14. W. S. Guy. — Graduated July 4, 1856. Entered military service as lieutenant colonel
of North Carolina regiment.

15. A. C. Jones. — Graduated July 4, 1850. Adjutant general of Iowa. Entered mili-
tary service as major of Virginia volunteers, Slay ]80L Promoted to lieutonant colonel of
44th Virginia volunteers. Sei-ved with distinction in the northwestern Vugiuia campaign.
Wounded in battle at Richmond.

16. F. Lackland. — Graduated July 4, 1849. Civil engineer. Entered mihtary ser-
vice as captain of engineers in Virginia service. May 1861, at Harjiors Feiry. Promoted to
lieutenant colonel of 2d Virginia volunteers. Greatly distinguished for his gallantry at
first battle of Manassas, and died from the fatigue and exposure incident thereto.

17. W. F. Lre.— Graduated July 4, 1853. Appointed second lieutenant 2d U. S. in-
fantry, 30th June 1855. Resigned from U. S. service on .secession of Virginia. Appointed
captain in provisional army of Virginia, April l^Gl, and assigned to lieutenant colonel of
27th Virginia regiment, and was mortally wounded while gallantly leading the right wing



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of his regiment to charge a battery of the enemy, which was captured at batt^p of Manassas
July 21st, 1861. Died July 23d, 1861.

18. J. W. LVELL. — Graduated July 4, 1859. Teacher. Entered military service as
captain of Virginia volunteers. Served as such through first year of the Avar. Elected
lieutenant colonel of 47th "Virginia volunteers.

19. D. A. Langhorne. — Graduated July 4, 1845. Physician. Entered niiUtary ser-
vice as lieutenant colonel of 42d Virginia volunteers. Served with distinction in campaign
of northwestern Virginia.

20. James W. Massie. — Graduated July 4, 1849. Lawyer. Entered military service
April 1861 as brigade inspector to General Ilarnmn at Haqiers FeiTy. Appointed major of
Virginia volunteers. Assigned to duty at Harpers Ferry as inspector general. Appointed
lieutenant colonel of 5l8t Virginia volunteers, and served with great distinction in campaign
in western Virginia and at battles of Fort Donelson, commanding regiment in last battle.
Resigned on account of ill health.

21. J. T. MURFEE. — Graduated July 4, 1853. Profcsbor. Entered military service 18G2
as lieutenant colonel of Alabama regiment.

22. E. J. IIauvie. — Graduated July 4, 1855. Appointed second lieutenant of 9th U.
S. infantry, 3d March 18.55. Promoted first lieuti-nant 29th December 1857. Resigned
from U. S. service on secession of Virginia. Appointed captain in provisional army of
Virginia May 1861. Served on staiY of Brigadier General Wise in valley of Kanawha.
Transferred to staff of General J. E. Johnston, with rank of lieutenant colonel, and served
as such in all the succeeding campaign.

23. J. P. MlN.\TREE. — Graduated July 4, 18.59. Teacher. Entered military service May
1861 as adjutant of 41st Virginia regiment. Elected, on reorganization, lieutenant colonel.

24. J. C. Page. — Graduated July 4, 1K51. Farmer. Entered military service as major
of Virginia volunteers May 1801. Promoted to lieutenant colonel of 16th Virginia volun-
teeis-

25. L. W. Reid. — Graduated July 4, 1858. Entered military service. Promoted to lieu-
tenant colonel of 3Gth Virginia volunteers, serving with army of General Floyd in valley of
Kanawha. In command of his n?giment at battle of Fort Donelson. Wounded while gal-
lantly leading his regiment.

26. P. P. Slaughter. — Graduated July 4, 1857. Entered military service as first lieu -
tenant in provisional army of Virginia M.iv 1861. Promoted to major of Virginia volun-
teers. l>eclined. Promoted to heutcnant colonel of 56th Virginia volunteers. Severely
wounded at battles of Richmond while gallantly leading his regiment into the conflict.

27. J. B. Terrill. — Graduated July 4, 1858. Entered military service June 1861 a«
major of 13th Virginia volunteers. Promoted to lieutenant colonel, and served with gal-
lantry and distinction throughout all the battles of his regiment. ,

28. N. TYI.ER. — Graduated July 4, 1848. Editor. • Entered military service June 1861
as major of Virginia volunteers. Promoted to lieutenant colonel of Virginia regiment in
retreat of General Gamett in northwestern Virginia.

29. R. L. Walker. — Graduated July 4, 1845. Entered military service April 1861 as
captain of artillery, and served with great gallantry with his battery through the first year's
campaign in Virginia. Promoted major, and then lieutenant colonel of artillery and chief
of artillery of Major General A. P. Hill's di\-ision.



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30. H. W. Williamson.— Graduated July 4, 1845. Entered military service as captain
of Virginia volunteers April 1861. Elected lieutenant colonel of 6th Virginia regiment on
reorganization, and served with gallantry in all the battles around Richmond and second
Manassas, and wounded at second Manassas.

31. D. W. Floaveree.— Graduated July 4, 1852. Entered militaiy service as lieutenant
colonel on staff of General Price, Avith state force of Missouri.

32. C. C. Fi-OWEREE. — Admitted cadet in 1859. Went into military service with cordis
of cadets April 20, 1861. Drill master of the 7tlr Virginia volunteers at Manassas. Ap-
pointed adjutant of 17th VirginL^, volunteers, and served at all the battles of his regiment
with distinguished gallantry. Elected major of regiment at the reorganization. Prometed
lieutenant colonel, and severely wounded at second Manassas battle,

33. T. B. Garnett. — Admitted cadet in 1840. Entered military service June 1861 as
lieutenant colonel of 48th Virginia volunteers. Wounded at battle of Cedar run.

34. K. H. Burks. — Admitted cadet in 1848. Entered military service as lieutenant

colonel of Virginia volunteers.

35. M. G. GooDWVN. — Admitted cadet in 1859. Enter^ military service as captain of
Louisiana volunteers April 18U1. Wounded at battle of Seven Pines Slst May 1862. Pro-
moted to Major of 5th battalion ; then lieutenant colonel 15th Louisiana regiment.

Wounded again at second Manassas. Served with distinguished gallantry in all the bat-
tles in which he was engaged.

36. J. A. Broome. — Admitted cadet in 1859. Entered military service. Promoted lieu-
tenant colonel Georgia regiment.

37. C. F. Urquhart. — Graduated July 4, 1860. Entered military service as captain
of Virginia volunteers. Promoted to lieutenant colonel of 3d Virginia volunteers. Wounded
in battle of Williamsburg. Killed wliile gallantly leading his regiment at the battle of
Sharpsburg, Maryland, September 17th, 1862.

38. F. B. Jones. — Graduated July 4, 1848. Farmer. Entered military service April
20, 1861, at capture of Harpers Ferry. Volunteer aid de camp and assistant adjut'ant
general to General T. J. Jackson. Appointed major 2d Virginia volunteers. Promoted to
lieutenant colonel on the death of Lieutenant Colonel Lackland. Served with great gal-
lantry in all the battles of his regiment, and was mortally wounded wliile leading it into
action in the battle at Richmond at Gaines' mill.

39. J. B. Moseley. — Graduated July 4, 1860. Entered military service as captain of
Virginia volunteers May 1861. Elected major of 21st Virginia volimteers on reorganiza-
tion. Promoted to lieutenant colonel.

40. B. G. Baldwin.— Graduated July 4, . Appointed U. S. military storekeeper

3d Octobe? 1851. Resigned on secession of Virginia. Appointed captain in provisional
army of Virginia. Appointed captain in provisional army of C. S. on ordnajicc duty. Pro-
moted to major. Severely wounded at battles near Richmond while gallantly leading

regiment of Alabama volunteers, which he A\'as temporarily commanding, into the conflict.
Assigned to command of arsenal, Columbus, Mississippi. Promoted to lieutenant colonel
of artillery and assigned as chief of ordnance of General Lee's army.

41. G. E. Tayloe. — Graduated July 4, 1858. Entered military seiTlce in April 1861 as

captain of Alabama regiment. Promoted to major of regiment. Severely wounded in

battles around Richmond. Promoted to lieutenant colonel.

42. J. S. IIunARD. — Entered Virginia military institute in 1851. Entered military ser-
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MAJORS.

1. P. B. Ad.\ms. — Graduated July 4, 1849. Entered military service as major of Vir-
ginia volunteers. Serving in the northwest.

2. C. Breckenridge. — Graduated July 4, 1860. Entered military service as captain of
cavalry April 1861. Elected major of 2d Virginia cavalry. Wounded at second Manassas
battle while gallantly leading a charge.

3. F. W. Cox. — Graduate(^ July 4, 1849. Lawyer. Entered military sei-vicc as captain
of Virginia volunteers. Elected major of 40th Virginia regiment.

4. J. Chenowith. — Graduated July 4, 1859. Professor. Entered military service as
lieutenant of provisional army of Virginia. Reduced by disbandment of the provisional
army October 1, 1861. Joined the army as a private. Elected major of Virginia regiment,
on reorganization of his regiment. Distinguished himself at battle of McDowell. Killed
at battle of Cross Keys June 8, 1862.

5. J. R. Carell. — GraduatW July 4, 1845. Entered military service as captain of 34th
Virginia volunteers. Served as such in campaign of the western part of Virginia. Elected
major on reorganization.

6.. A. D. Callcote. — Graduated July 4, 1851. Entered miUtary service. Promoted
major of 3d Virginia volunteers.

1. J. B. DoRMAN.— Graduated July 4, 1843. Member of convention of Virginia 1861.
Entered military service as major of Virginia volunteers. Resigned. Appointed major of
artillery C. S. A.

8. T. S. Galloway. — Graduated June 1861. Went into service with corps of cadets
April 20, 1861, at camp of instraction, Richmond. Appointed major of 22d North Carolina
regiment. Wounded at the battle of Seven Pines 31st May 1802.

9. C.H.Harrison. — Graduated July 4, 1850. Farmer. Entered military service April

1861 as captain of Virginia volunteers. Appointed major of Virginia regiment. Killed

while gallantly leading a portion of his regiment at the battle of Bull run July 18, 1861.

10. J. P. Hammet. — Graduated July 4, 1853. Physician. Entered military service as
major of Virginia volunteers.

11. M. B. Hardin.— Graduated July 4, 1858. Adjunct professor. Detailed on special
duty at Virginia military institute, April, May and June 1861. Appointed captain in pro-
%-isional army of Virginia, acting as major of 27th Virginia volunteers at first battle of Ma-
nassas, and greatly distinguished himself. Appointed major of 9th Virginia volunteers.
Appointed major of artillery C. S. A. June 1862.

12. J. T. Ellis. — Graduated July 4, 1848. Entered military service as captain of Vir-
ginia volunteers April 1861. Served as such through first year's campaign. Elected major

of Virginia regim«fit on reorganization. Wounded at battle of Richmond Ist June

1862.

13. G. M. Edgar.— Graduated July 4, 18.56. Teacher. Entered miUtary service.
Elected m.ijor of Virginia battalion serving in western Virginia. Severely wounded while
gallantly leading his battalion into the conflict at Lewisburg May 24, 1862.



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14. A. V. FuLKERSON. — Graduated July 4, 1S57. Teacher. Entered military service
.as major of Tennessee roluntcers. Wounded at Sliiloli April 6th, 18R2.

15. John Law.^ox. — Graduated July 4, 1849. Civil engineer. Entered military ser-
vice as major of Wise legion. Taken prisoner at Roanoke island.

16.- J. L. Cross. — (graduated July 4, 1856. Teacher. Entered mililarj^ service as
jimjor of Florida regiment.

17. E. J. Magruder. — Graduated July 4, 1854. Entered military sei-vicc April ]8G1 as
captain of Georgia volunteers. Promoted to major of 8th Georgia regiment. AVounded at
battles of Richmond.

18. W. M. Eluot.— Graduated July 4, 1842. Editor. Entered military service as
captain of Virginia volunteers April 20, 1861. Elected colonel of 1st Virginia volunteers.
Declined. Appointed major of Richinoud hatlalion in 1SG2.

19. F. W. Smith.— Graduated July 4, 1850. Professor. Entered military service May
1861 as captain of provisionaVarmy of Virginia. Aid de camp to General R. E. Lee.
Promoted to major of A'irginia volunteers. Appointed major of artillery May iS62.

20. Scott Siiipp. — Graduated July 4, 1859. Assistant professor Virginia military in-
stitute. Entered military service April 20, 181)1, with corps of cadets at camp of instruc-
tion, Richmond. Appointed captain of provisional army of Virginia and assistant adjutant
genor.ll of camp of instr«ction. Promoted major of 21st Virginia volunteers .June 1861.
Served in the campaign of the regiment in the west and valley of Virginia. Appointed'
instnK'tor of tactics and commandant of cadets 1862, and ordered to Virginia military insti-
tute by secretary of war, for special duty there.

21. J. Q. RiCHARPSOX.— Admitted cadet in 1853. Entered military service. Elected
major of 52d North Carolina regiment.

22. ,J. D'll. Ross. — Graduated July 4, 1859. Assistant professor Virginia military in-
stitute. Assigned to special duty at Virginia military institute April and May 1801. Or-
dered to Harpers Ferry. Appointed major of Virginia volunteers. Served with gal-
lantry at battle of Alleghany while in command of his regimebt. Wounded at battle of
Cross Keys June 8, 1862.

2'S. 1). Trueiikart.— Graduated July 4, IKiO. Entered military service April 18151 as
lieutenant of artillery in regular army of C. S., acting chief of artillery at Pensacola. Ap-
pointed major of artillery in provi.-iional army of C. S. Chief of artillery of department of
the gulf.

24. E. P. Tayloe.— Graduated July 4, 1851. Farmer. Entered military service on

Rtaflf of April 1831. Elected captain of Virginia volunteers. Elected major of 47th

Virginia volunteers.

25. R. C. Taylor. — Graduated July 4, 18.54. Treasurer of Norfolk and Petersburg rail
road. Entered military service as captain Virginia volunteers April 18ol. App,ilr.t(J
major of artillery No^ ember 18t»l. Aid de camp to Brigadier General Mahone.

23. R. B. Taylor. — Graduated July 4, 1857. Physician. Entered military service
May 1801 as captain Virginia volunteers. Elected major of 6th Virginia volunteers, und
served in the battles of bis regiment at Riclnuond and second Mana.ssas.

27. Waltox H. Taylor.— Admitted cadet in 1854. Resigned. Clerk in bank. En-

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tered military service May 1881 as captain aud assistant adjutant general' in the piuvLsldual
army of Virginia. Appointed aid dc camp, aud promoted to major on staff of General K.
E. Lee, and served with great distinction in all the military service of General Lee.

28. W. H. Payne. — Admitted cadet in 1846. Lawyer. Entered military service as
captain of Virginia cavalry April 1861. Promoted to major in 1882. Severely wounded
while leading liis command in battle of Williamsburg.

29. W. N. Mercer. — Admitted cadet in 1859. Entered military service with corps of
cadets in camp of instruction at Eichmond April 20, 18G1. Appointed drill master in Ten-
nessee. Appointed major of cavalry on reorganization of army. Enlisted in Rockbridge
artillei-y as private.

30. W. H. Wheelwright. — Graduated July 4, 1845. Clergyman. Entered military
service in 1861. Appointed chaplain by governor of Virginia. Declined. Appointed ma-
jor of Virginia volunteers.

31. J. P. WiL.sos. — Graduated July 4, 1855. Farmer. Entered military service May
18(i] as major of Virginia volunteers.

32. H. A. Whiting. — Graduated July 4, 1852. Civil engineer. Entered military ser-
vice. Appointed major and assistant adjutant general to Brig. Gen. Rodes. Wounded at
battle of Sharpsburg September 17, 1862.

33. H. H. Lee. — Admitted cadet in 1852. Entered military service. Appointed major and
chief of ordnance on staff of Maj. Gen. T. J. Jackson. Wounded at battle of McDowell.

34. N. C. Wilson. — Admitted cadet in 1857. Entered military service April 1861 as

captain of Virginia volunteers. Elected major of Virginia volunteers. Wounded

at battles of Richmond.

35. T. M. BiRKE. — Admitted cadet in 1P51. Resigned. Farmer. Entered military
service as captain of Virginia volunteers April 1831. Elected major of 55th Virginia vo-
lunteers, and killed at battles of Richmond Jun<' 30, 1862.

36. 13. G. Baldwin. — Graduated July 4, 1848. Appointed U. S. military storekeeper 3d
October 1851. Resigned U. S. service on secession of Virginia. Appointed captain in pro-
visional army of "N'irgiuia. Appointed captain in provisional army C. S. Promoted to
major. Severely wounded in battles near Richmond, while commanding an Alabama



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