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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 17. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.14 (search)
re lads — of volunteers who served continuously in the Confederate army for local defenses 1863-‘65, were in line: Captain E. S. Gay, Third-Lieutenant Wilton Randolph, FirstSer-geant John B. Purcell, Second-Sergeant W. R. Cowardin, Third-Sergeant W. M. Hill, Fifth-Sergeant John B. Faris, Second-Corporal George J. Davison, Third-Corporal Portiaux Robinson, FourthCor-poral Thomas J. Walsh, Privates, Charles F. Taylor, W. R. Tyree, Edgar D. Taylor, G. Watson James, James W. Gibbors, Claiborne Barksdale, G. Kennon Wren, William A. Matthews, Roscoe D. Chesterman, E. A. Willis, John R. Quarles, Frank J. Brooke, Waverly Yarbrough, R. H. M. Harrison, Colored Servitor Mat Taylor. F Company Association. Major Charles R. Skinker, President, commanding. At the head of this command was borne by Color-sergeant John H. Cumbia, of the Twenty-first Virginia Infantry (in which F company served throughout the war), the ante-bellum flag of F company volunteers, and used by them in the quelli