elled from Fort Sumter.
The first evening and night the shelling was very heavy but none of us were killed.
It seemed our guns got the range and fired over us. One morning while Captain Findley, of Virginia (now a preacher in Augusta county), J. E. Cobb, H. Coffry and myself were in our small tent just after Captain Findley had read a chapter in a Bible, which I now have and in which I placed all the notes of all my travels, a large shell fell right at our feet and covered us all with sand, bur county.
George W. Nelson, General Pendleton's staff, Beaver Dam, Hanover county.
C. J. Lewis, Eighth Cavalry, Charleston, Kanawha county.
D. M. Leyton, Twenty-fifth Infantry, Mount Meridian.
B. B. Howelett, Fifth Cavalry, Cobb's creek.
O. H. P. Lewis, Thirty-first Infantry, Beverly, Randolph county.
W. W. Boggs, Twentieth Cavalry, Wheeling.
J. Arrington, Forty-second Infantry, Campbell Courthouse.
D. W. Garrett, Forty-second Infantry, Morgantown, Ga.
H. T. Co