verpool, Eng., in November, 1865.
In December, 1865, he went to Buenos Ayres, and remained in the Argentine Confederation until 1867, when he returned to his home in Virginia.
In 1868 he was appointed captain of one of the Bay Line steamers between Baltimore and Norfolk and Portsmouth.
He served in that capacity until 1890, when he resigned to become superintendent of the floating equipment of the Norfolk and Western Railroad Company.
After this fleet was sold, in 1901, he assisted, in 1902, in organizing the Virginia Bank and Trust Company, of which he became cashier, and is now a vice president and a director.—W. H. Stewart.
From time immemorial one of the most effective and damaging means resorted to in wars between nations and peoples has been an attack upon the commercial marine of an adversary.
It was a mode of warfare legitimatized by being resorted to all through the ages.
It was adopted by our colonial cruisers during the revolutionary war, and during the war of 18
nce the war.
Marshall, R. C., wounded at Trevillian's Depot.
McArthur, Hickerson, living in Texas.
Marshall, Tom, joined 12th Regiment.
Marshall, Polk, joined 12th Regiment.
Marshall, James, lost sight of him.
Martin, Gibson, died since the war.
Middleton, John, died since the war.
Middleton, Campbell, living at Plains, Va.
Milter, Proff, lost sight of; I think he is dead.
Mitchell, James, killed in the Wilderness.
Mitchell, John H., living at Plains (died in 1902).
Maddox, Webster, living at Oak Hill, Va. (died in 1905).
Maddox, Weadon, killed at Salem, now Marshall.
Owens, Morgan, died since the war.
O'Forton, Dr., killed at Kelley's Island.
Price, John H., living at Hillsboro, Va.
Price, James Polk, died since the war.
Porterfield, W. H. T., killed near Brandy Station, Va.
L. (Orderly Sergt.), lives at Lovettsville, Va.
Known as the Payne Legion:
H. (Orderly Sergt.), died in prison (Poi