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f the Confederates almost touched those of the enemy, the beloved and chivalrous Walker fell; of him it is impossible to speak too highly. He was an officer of great distinction, of exalted character, and equal to any position in civil or military life. Among the others who fell on the 22d were the fearless and dashing Capt. Wayne Caldwell and Color-Bearer Ab Dinwiddie, of the Fifth; Capt. J. L. Hall, Lieuts. Jesse Farrell, G. Robinson and W. H. Morgan, Ninth; Maj. P. H. V. Weems, Capt. J. H. Johnson and Lieutenant Divny, Eleventh. Capt. W. C. Bryant and Adjt. W. C. Whitfield, Twenty-eighth, were killed; Col. D. C. Crook and Lieut. William Betty of same regiment were severely wounded. Lieut.-Col. John B. Johnson and Maj. Kyle Blevins, two young and accomplished officers of the Twenty-ninth, were killed. Capt. J. B. Carthell, commanding the Twelfth, was killed; a noble man, deserving promotion, which would have come to him in a few days. Col. W. P. Jones and Lieut.-Col. Henry C.
three field officers, Forbes, Harrell and Morris; Maj. William McComb succeeded Lieutenant-Colonel Harrell, and on the fall of Colonel Forbes, succeeded to the command of the regiment. Capt. J. W. Lockert was made lieutenant-colonel, and Capt. J. H. Johnson became major. When General Lee started on his Maryland campaign, he dispatched Gen. Stonewall Jackson with about one-third of his army in the direction of Harper's Ferry, which was invested on the evening of September 14, 1862. Tennesslliam McComb of Heth's division, A. P. Hill's corps, which then included all Tennesseeans in the army of Northern Virginia. The regiments were the First, Maj. Felix G. Buchanan; the Seventh, Lieut.-Col. Samuel G. Shepard; the Fourteenth, Maj. James H. Johnson; the Seventeenth and Twenty-third, Col. Horace Ready; the Twenty-fifth and Forty-fourth, Capt. Jonathan E. Spencer, and the Sixty-third, Capt. A. A. Blair. After the fall of Lieut.. Gen. A. P. Hill on April 2, 1865, his corps was attach