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nd soldiers. I cannot but feel proud of the honor of having commanded such men. Captain R. T. Colston, second in command, and Adjutant R. W. Hunter, deserve honorable mention at my hands for gallantry and good conduct during the engagement, and their material aid in the command of the regiment. Respectfully submitted, J. Q. A. Nadenbousch, Captain, commanding Second Regiment Virginia Infantry. List of Casualties in the Second Virginia Infantry, December 13, 1862: Company A.--Private Thomas Barr, severely wounded by gunshot, not serious. Company E.--First Lieutenant W. B. Colston, severely wounded by shell, very serious; Second Lieutenant J. J. ames, severely wounded by musket ball, not serious; private Samuel Stuckey, severely wounded by gunshot, not serious; private Harvey Kite, severely wounded by gunshot, not serious; private N. D. Rittenhour, severely wounded by gunshot, not serious; private Alexander Porterfield, slightly wounded by shell; private John Kiser, mortall
6. Barker, Mary C. and John Wood, Jr., of Boston, m. 28 Jan. 1841. Barnard, Phebe, and James Fillebrown of Camb. m. 24 May, 1798. (See Paige, 445, 650.) Barr, Thomas, had Dugald, Mary Jane and Janet Buchanan, baptized 19 Feb. 1837 (Damon). Thomas Barr, b. at Glasgow, Scotland, in 1802, d. at his residence 89 Concord Thomas Barr, b. at Glasgow, Scotland, in 1802, d. at his residence 89 Concord Street, Lawrence, June 14, 1879, at the age of 77 years. He early removed to this country, and spent most of his life in Lawrence and in Lowell, though he carried on the business of a block printer at Taunton, Arlington and Burlington. He joined the Odd Fellows at Taunton in 1828, being the oldest Odd Fellow perhaps in the state. er of the Grand Lodge and was at one time grand warden. He joined the Masons in Lowell in 1845. At his death the family consisted of a widow and five children, Col. Barr of the U. S. A., stationed at St. Paul, being one of them. His place of business in Arlington was at Schouler's mill. When Bethel Lodge, No. 12, Arlington, w
8, 224, 298 Ayres, 190 Babbit, 190 Babcock, 190, 243 Backer, 33, 191 Backus, 176 Bacon, 172, 177, 191,292, 342, 343 Bailey, 130, 157, 158,161, 165, 172, 185, 340, 348 Bainbridge, 135 Baker, 53, 332 Balch, 191 Baldwin, 53, 191, 266 Ball, 112, 191, 193 Ballou, 349 Bancroft, 63, 162 Banks, 161 Banvard, 172, 176 Barber, 122, 142, 191 Barjonah, 68 Barker, 191, 330 Barnard, 82, 191, 239, 240 Barnes, 140 Barnett, 349 Barney, 342 Barr, 191 Barrett, 131,191, 205 Barry, 191, 193 Bartlett, 170, 178, 274 Barton, 129 Batchelder and Batcheller, 58, 154 Bates, 223 Batherick, 19, 63 Bathrick, 11, 12, 37,191-92, 197, 252, 262, 290 Battle, 70, 79 Batts, 192, 206,269 Bayley, 192, 276 Beals, 192, 208 Beard, 9 Belcher, 192, 279, 324 Belknap, 93-6, 112, 116, 127, 131,137, 169, 192-93, 270, 280, 323, 334 Bell, 70, 191, 193 Bellows, 193, 331, 332 Bemis, 32,42,93,97,167-69, 178, 193, 20