ston, W. W. Woodson.
These marched into Suffolk on twenty-four hours notice, and were there mustered into the State service, April 22, 1861.
The following recruits joined the company before its reorganization for the war:
Samuel J. Birdsong, P. H. Thorp, A. T. Dobie, R. H. Holloman, Joseph H. Dobie, R. P. Bendall, A. F. Harrison, A. M. Adkins, R. R. Bain, O. H. Baird, George H. Bailey, A. Briggs, J. W. Cocks, R. M. Dobie, S. T. Drewry, F. J. Ellis, N. B. Ellis, Theodore A. Field, Waverly Fitzhugh, George W. Gilliam, R. J. Gwaltney, S. G. Harrison, Triz.
Harrison, R. T. Harrison, James B. Harvel, R. A. Horn, William F. Hansberger —— ——, Hathway, J. H. Jones, H. B. Kelly, J. M. H. Marable, J. T. R. Moore, John T. Morris, J. E. Moyler, Thomas S. Morgan, William E. Norris, William E. Newsome, F. D. Neblett, A. B. Parker, Joseph S. Parker, Joseph W. Parker, Richard Parker, John Pressom —— ——, Thoroughgood, A. D. White, R. G. West —— ——, Woodward, H. B. Walker, Georg
, John W. Cox, The. A. Field, William Harrison (discharged), E. T. Thornton, wounded at Spotsylvania Courthouse, May, 1863.
Joseph H. Chappel, wounded at Beverley Ford, March, 1863; captured.
Andrew Briggs, wounded at Upperville, June, 1863. Peyton G. Anthony, wounded at Gettysburg, July, 1863. Peter H. Thorp, lieutenant, wounded at Gettysburg, July, 1863.
George W. Gilliam, Joseph W. Parker (discharged), wounded at Middleburg, June, 1863.
A. Sidney Birdsong, W. E. Chappel, Waverly Fitzhugh, J. T. Freeman, F. D. Neblett (discharged), Wm. Thornton (discharged), wounded at Dinwiddie Courthouse, March, 1863.
Robert J. Gwaltney (captured), L. P. Hargrave (captured), St. George T. Mason, wounded at Hanover, Penn.; B. L. Hargrave, wounded at Hanover Courthouse; R. M. Dobie (captured), wounded at Five Forks, April, 1865.
John R. West, R. H. Harrison, T. C. Dillard, wounded at Nansemond, 1861; all discharged.
Henry Jones, wounded at Brandy Station, November, 1863. Hugh B.