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ve companies under Captains Harrell, Brooks, Morrison, Barnes and May. The gallant Major Lewis was killed while leading the battalion at Lafayette, Ga. He was succeeded in command by Maj. William V. Harrell. Extracts from official war Records. No. 74—(997) One killed, 5 wounded, at Lafayette, Ga., June 24, 864. Maj. T. H. Lewis killed. (998, 999) Col. C. H. Armistead's report says: Majors Lewis and Redwood have tested their devotion to our cause by sealing it with their blood. (1000, 1001) Colonel Ball's report of same. (1003) Capt. William V. Harrell's report says: When nearly opposite the east end of the jail, the noble, gallant and chivalrous Major Lewis fell mortally wounded, while leading his men to the charge, addressing them in language of endearment and encouragement, stimulating them by word and example to the performance of deeds worthy of the world-wide reputation of the sons of the South for bravery and heroism. As the spirit of the lamented Lewis was about to bid<