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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.42 (search)
On reaching the city of Wilmington, Company G of this battalion was thrown with Company B, as a battalion, with Captain DeRosset in command. Captain DeRosset had been severely wounded twice in the battles in Virginia, and was again wounded at Averasboro, N. C., in 1865, a few days days before the surrender at Appomattox. Company C-10 men, rank and file. Captain—George W. Decker. First Lieutenant—Charles R, Banks. Second Lieutenant—Charles E. Roberts. Third Lieutenant—Alonzo Garrison. Company D—73 men, rank and file. Captain—William P. Wemyes. First Lieutenant—James F. Woodward. Second Lieutenant—Samuel J. Walton. Third Lieutenant—Malcolm McInnis. Company E—61 men, rank and file. Captain—Martin VanBuren Talley. First Lieutenant—Robert F. Epps. Second Lieutenant—William T. Battley. Third Lieutenant—James A. Ahern. Company F—69 men, rank and File—Cavalry. Captain—James W. Strange. First Lieutenant—R