n Pendleton's battery, which we found encamped near that place.
I remained at Mrs. Barton's a few days, and on Wednesday, July 17th, enlisted in Pendleton's
Rev. William N. Pendleton, D. D., a West-Pointer, Rector of the Episcopal church in Lexington, Va.; soon appointed Colonel and Chief of Artillery of General Johnston's army, and later Brigadier-General and Chief of Artillery of General Lee's Army of Northern Virginia. battery, in which I then had several friends, amongst others, Dave Barton,
David R. Barton, Jr., of Winchester, Va., later appointed Lieutenant in Cutshaw's Battery, and killed, as above stated, at Fredericksburg, December 13th, 1862. Holmes Boyd,
Holmes Boyd, of Winchester, Va., later, September, 1863, appointed Lieutenant and Ordnance Officer of Brigadier-General J. M. Jones's Brigade; now (1900) attorney-at-law in Winchester, Va. Bob McKim,
Robert B. McKim, of Baltimore, Md., killed in the battle of Winchester, May 25th, 1862. LIV.