my and Navy.
The nature, and, to a certain extent, the results of these labors will be illustrated by the following facts and correspondence:
State of Alabama.
Official communications were addressed to the Governor of Alabama in 1890 and 1891 by the Surgeon-General, United Confederate Veterans, but up to the present date, February, 1892, no reply has been received.
State of Arkansas.
Executive office, little Rock, June 24. 1890. Professor Joseph Jones, M. D., New Orleans, Lof the Florida brigade, in the Army of Tennessee; now resides in Baltimore.
Dr. J. D. Godfrey, surgeon Fifth regiment, April, 1862; now resides in Jasper, Florida.
Dr. Thomas P. Gary, surgeon Seventh Florida regiment. Died at Ocala, Florida, 1891.
Dr. Richard P. Daniel, surgeon Eight regiment, May, 1862, till April 9, 1865; now resides in Jacksonville, Florida.
Dr.——Hooper, assistant-surgeon Eight regiment; killed at Fredericksburg, Virginia, in line of duty, December 12, 1863.
-first Virginia Infantry.
August 7, 1889, I. G. Crews, F, Eleventh Virginia Infantry.
March 14, 1890, John Carhoni, A, Eighteenth Virginia Infantry.
April 29, 1890, W. W. Caldwell, C, Twelfth Virginia Infantry.
August 15, 1892, George B. Carrington, D, Nineteenth Virginia Infantry.
May 25, 1886, Andrew J. Dobbs, H, Twelfth Virginia Infantry.
March 16, 1887, Charles C. Been, C, Second Virginia Infantry.
February 17, 1888, Andrew Donnally, Greenbrier Cavalry.
December I, 1891, Thomas Dunn, D, First Virginia Battalion of Infantry.
July 5, 1891, Nat. G. Dickinson, D, Fourteenth Virginia Infantry.
August 27, 1891, C. A. Dupriest, Lunenburg Artillery.
July 18, 1885, W. F. Eads, G, Forty-ninth Virginia Infantry.
July 6, 1888, Joseph Edelin, H, Seventh Virginia Infantry.
August 13, 1889, B. F. Eckles, A, Twelfth Virginia Infantry.
March 30, 1892, Luc. W. Edloe, Selden's Battery.
November 3, 1889, W. S. Forester, K, Fifty-fifth Virginia Infantry.