ville Guard, Captain W. S. Paulett, 23 men; Portsmouth Rifles, Captain W. C. Williams, 43 men; City Guard, of Norfolk, Captain H. Hodges, 36 men. The ambulance corps—Dr. Bilisoly, surgeon—accompanied the regiment.
Captain Pigg commanded the Third regiment, which was headed by the Alexandria drum corps, and the companies: Alexandria Light Infantry, Captain G. A. Mushback, 36 men; Culpeper Minute-Men, Captain A. McDonald Green, 36 men; Monticello Guards, Captain T. S. Keller, 30 men; Fredericksburg Grays, Captain R. B. Berry, 31 men; Lynchburg Home Guard, Captain E. A. Biggers, 40 men; Pittsylvania Guards, Captain L. H. Pigg, 29 men.
The Second Virginia regiment had about 250 men in ranks, and it was commanded by Colonel Joseph A. Milton, who, with his staff, was mounted.
His staff consists of Captain J. C. Wheat, Major C. E. Peyton, Captain Henry St. John, Captain W. S. Pole, Captain John T. Harris, Chaplain J. P. Hyde, Adjutant William G. Kenney.
The companies in line were: Roa