e of Hampton Roads, steamer Georgia abroad and steamer Savannah.
Arthur C. Freeman, New York City-Master's mate; served steamer Georgia and assisted in capture of U. S. steamer Water Witch.
Marian C. Filberti, Charleston—Enlisted man; served on Charleston Station.
W. B. Fort, Pikesville, N. C.—Clerk paymaster's department C. S. N.; served at Charleston, S. C., and in blockade service.
Robert H. Fleming, Lynchburg, Va.—Midshipman C. S. N.; served on school-ship Patrick Henry.
E. F. Gill, Radford, Va.—Born in Virginia; second assistant engineer C. S. N.; served in 6th Virginia Regiment; left army after battle of Malvern Hill; served on Richmond Station, Charleston Station, and in Semmes Naval Brigade.
John Grimball, Charleston, S. C.—Midshipman U. S. N.; lieutenant C. S. N.; served on ram Arkansas, steamer Baltic and cruiser Shenandoah.
Bennett W. Green, Richmond, Va.—Assistant surgeon U. S. N.; surgeon C. S. N.; served at the Naval Hospital, Richmond, Va., and