ldier never carried a musket; was killed at Gettysburg.
Killed October, 1862.
Cox, Henry C. Served through the war.
Deshazor, A. W. No better soldier than our brave Abner.
Killed climbing the Federal breastworks at Gettysburg.
Ellett, W. P. First sergeant for a short while.
Sent home sick, and never returned to the company.
Transferred from a Texas regiment; was regimental flag-bearer, and was a brave soldier; accidently shot and killed himself.
Griggs, E. R. A good soldier; detailed as regimental medical surgeon, and served through the war.
Discharged in June, 1861.
Garnett, N. C. Deserted.
Died in hospital at Greenbrier river, August, 1861.
Hollman, C. A. A good soldier; never wounded; served through the war.
Hubbard, Robert H. One of the best soldiers in the army; served to the end of the war.
Died in the hospital at Staunton early in the war.
Huddleston, L. B. Wounded at