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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.64 (search)
throughout the whole war, fighting side by side in every battle that either was engaged in. Company A was reorganized at Yorktown, Va., in the spring of 1882, with the following officers: William O. Fry, captain; Thomas V. Fry, first lieutenant; William F. Harrison, second lieutenant, and George N. Thrift, third lieutenant; James Watson, first sergeant; W. B. Carpenter, second sergeant; R. W. Sparks, third 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