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The Daily Dispatch: January 8, 1862., [Electronic resource], Try a gentleman, (search)
The Remains of William Exall, late of company "F," Gilham's regiment, arrived last evening by the Central train, attended by his brother, Charles Exall, and George Peterkin, of the same company. The skirmish in which this young gentleman lost his life took place on Friday last, near the town of Bath, in Morgan county, Virginia. He was shot in the thigh by a Minnie ball, and amputation was resorted to; but the swelling that supervened rendered it impossible to gather up the arteries, and he died on Saturday morning. Several of his old friends and associates were at the depot yesterday to receive his remains. The funeral service will take place at the Grace street Baptist Church, this morning, at 11 o'clock. We are requested to invite the old members of company "F," and members of company "B," Twenty-first regiment, to assemble on Capitol Square, at 10 o'clock, in uniform overcoats, fatigue caps, and white gloves, for the purpose of attending the funeral.