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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.28 (search)
May was engaged in the bloody battle of McDowell. From this date it was a part of Stonewall Jackson's command 'till his death, and participated in all the great battles of the Army of Northern Virginia until the surrender at Appomattox. The roster. Captain—Joseph L. Shelton, dead. First Lieutenant—John W. Graves, dead. Second Lieutenant—Thomas M. Fowler, wounded, lost arm. Third Lieutenant—John S. Fowler, killed. First Sergeant—Benjamin Turner. Second Sergeant—John Shelton Anderson, afterwards captain, killed. Third Sergeant—John Woodson. Fourth Sergeant—John B. Shelton, killed. First Corporal—A. V. Irby, wounded, lost leg. Second Corporal—John Butcher. Third Corporal—George Adams. Fourth Corporal—Zack. Armstrong, dead. Commissary Sergeant—George A. Bowles, dead. Privates. R. C. Bowles; T. J. Bowles, wounded; John R. Bowles, killed; J. U. Bowles, dead; James Amos, dead; Thomas Amos, wounded; William Amos, dead; Ric