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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.64 (search)
hird sergeant; Catlett Conway, fourth sergeant; George R. Teasley, first corporal; Osmond Bradford, second corporal; R. A. Thomas, third corporal, and John W. Gully, fourth corporal, and the following privates: Robert H. Aylor, died since the war; John W. Aylor, died since the war; James C. Blankenbeker; E. Frank Blankenbeker, dead; George M. Blankenbeker, dead; Jerome N. Blankenbeker, died in hospital; James N. Blankenbeker; James Burdette; N. W. Bowler, dead; Benjamin Bowler, dead; Thomas Bohannon, died in hospital; T. A. Bohannon; J. T. Bledsoe, dead; John J. Brown; Edwin Botan, wagon-master, now dead; Sinclair Booton, dead; A. W. Clatterbuck, killed at First Manassas; C. G. Carpenter; Robert E. Carpenter; John A. Carpenter; A. W. Carpenter; James H. Carpenter; H. L. Carpenter, dead; J. O. Carpenter, dead; John W. Carpenter, dead; Charles C. Conway; James O. Clore; R. W. Clore; James Clore, killed at Williamsburg, Va.; W. H. Clore, dead; John W. Collins; R. Z. Darnold; John W. D