Third Corporal Joseph B. Herbert, wounded March 17, 1863; died since the war.
Fourth Corporal Gilbert Phillips, dead.
Ayers, Samuel, dead; Armistead, R. T.; Allen, Thomas, killed at Todd's farm May 8, 1864; Bains, J. J.; Bates, John Q., dead; Causey, C. H., dead; Causey, James C.; Crandol, T. J.; Cooper, Charles H., killed at Williamsburg, May 5, 1862; Cooper, James, dead; Davis, Robert A.; Davis, Louis F., died of wounds; Elliott, H. H., dead; Elliott, Robert E., dead; Ethridge, Leonidas; Edders, W. B.; Fitchett, William; Garrett, George, dead; Hawkins, Richard, dead; Hudgins, R. S.; Herbert, Thomas T., dead; Ham, Jacob C. died of wounds received May 21, 1864; Hudgins, Andrew J., dead; Ivy, William; Joynes, John L., dead; Johnson, Darden, killed by 44th Georgia Regiment, June, 1864; Jones, Charles, dead; Jones, Jesse S., promoted to captain, ended the war as major; Jones, Andrew Mac, dead; Lee, John; Lee, William, captured at Aldie, June 17, 1863; Meriam, George,
g his men in pursuit of the enemy, fell mortally wounded.
Lieut. Moore, 12th Georgia volunteers, whilst gallantly heading a charge, fell mortally wounded.
This gallant officer was ever ready for any expedition involving danger — he was truly brave.
Captains Davis, Blanford, Hardeman, and Hawkins, their officers and men, behaved admirably.
Captain Davis and his company were conspicuous for their gallantry and good conduct throughout the fight.
Adjutant Willis, Lieutenants McCoy. Ethridge, Marshall, and Turpin, 12th Georgia regiment, deserve particular mention for their good conduct.
Lieut., Col. Boykin, commanding 31st Virginia volunteers, his officers and men, deserve my thanks for their unflinching courage throughout the struggle.
This regiment suffered severely.
Lieutenants Poothman, J. Johnson, McNewman, J. B. Philips, all wounded, deserve honorable mention.
Capt. Thompson, 31st Virginia, deserves special notice.
Adjutant Morgen, Lieutenants son, Haymond, Serge