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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Historical sketch of the Rockbridge artillery, C. S. Army, by a member of the famous battery. (search)
enomination. The latter having stood a satisfactory examination, was commissioned as assistant surgeon in the navy. He remained in service till the close of the war, though the latter part of the time he was at his home near Lexington, on sick furlough. He died soon after the close of the war from effects of malarial disease contracted in the service. First Lieutenant William T. Poague was elected captain, Lieutenant Archibald Graham was made first lieutenant, and William M. Brown, John C. Davis, and John B. McCorkle, were the other lieutenants then elected. The following non-commissioned officers were appointed: Sergeants: Samuel C. Smith, C. D. Fishburne, John W. Jordan, John M. Goul, William L. Strickler, Henry R. Paine, David E. Moore, Jr.; and John D. Moore, quartermaster sergeant. Corporals. L. S. Macon, N. S. Henry, James P. Smith, John M. Gregory, Jr., John E. McCauley, and Joseph Packard. Artificers. John B. Craig, blacksmith, and Mark Davis, saddler and har