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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.52 (search)
collections of a celebrated military command. Big men's names on the rolls. Judge Crump, Colonel Dodamead, Colonel Evans, Doctor Gibson, Dick Haskins, John M. Gregory, Joe Mayo, Colonel Tompkins members. I knew Mr. S. S. Sublett, now dead, and I have been privileged, in the friendship, of the estimable contributor, Charlys the worst? Scan the list above given, and say if it be possible now to make another like it. The first commander of the reorganized troop, 1840-41, was John M. Gregory, who became subsequently one of Virginia's most popular governors. Both his predecessors and successors in command of this famous company were gentlemen of nell, surgeon. George, William O., lieutenant. Goulden, James, sergeant. Goulden William. Grant, James H., lieutenant. Grubbs, P. W., lieutenant. Gregory, John M., captain. Gwynn, Walter, captain; major-general Virginia troops. Graves, Bat. Graves, William. Haskins, Richard O., lieutenant; known as col