it in existence.
It was one of the largest companies in the regiment.
The following are the names of the officers and eleven men who died in Camp Douglas:
Captain, J. N. L. Dickens; first lieutenant, W. Wiseman; second lieutenants, J. M. Riddle, W. Winburn.
Enlisted men who died in Camp Douglas—John Allen, February 24, 1864, of smallpox; Joseph Clowers, October 7, 1863, of brain fever; N. P. Bell, November 10, 1863, of measles; Wm. R. Barton, November 10, 1864, of typhoid fever; John Franklin, December 29, 1864, of smallpox; S. W. Frost, March 26, 1864, of general debility; Henry Rigner, December 24, 1864, of chronic diarrhoea; George Tiviford, March 27, 1864, of smallpox; Emerson Turpin, March 27, 1864, of smallpox; John Wade, November 12, 1863.
This company was recruited in Madison County and there are no known rolls of it in existence.
It was a large company.
The following list of its officers and a few of its men was gathered from several sources:
, died in hospital, Richmond.
Allen, John, private, wounded September 17, 1862, Sharpsburg (dead).
Allen, Arch, private, wounded.
Barbee, Joseph T., private, died in Richmond hospital, 1862.
Barber, John S., private, wounded at Seven Pines.
Baker, Lewis D., orderly sergeant, wounded (living).
Bennett, John, private, killed at first battle of Manassas.
Bennett, Henry, sharpshooter, captured at Fort Steadman (living).
Bolen, Newton, private, wounded (living).
Bolen, Franklin H., sergeant, wounded and captured.
Beatty, W. A., private, captured.
Brown, Henry J., private, wounded (living).
Brown, Benjamin, private, wounded at Seven Pines (dead).
Burner, James, private, wounded at Seven Pines (dead).
Blackwood, Robert, nurse in hospital and died on duty.
Cornwell, Alpheus, private, wounded at Seven Pines (dead).
Cornwell, Inmann, private, wounded at Seven Pines (dead).
Coulter, William, private, supposed to be killed in battle.