rgia, was severely wounded at the head of his regiment.
Captain Banning, Twenty-eighth Georgia regiment, was distinguished for his intrepid coolness, fighting in the ranks, with gun in hand, and stimulating his men by his words and example.
W. R. Johnson and William Goff, Twenty-eighth Georgia, Sergeant J. L. Moore, privates W. A. Estes, J. S. Wingate, W. S. Walker, Isaac Hundley, Thomas Sudler, J. J. Gordon, Simson Williamson, Lieutenant B. A. Bowen, Lieutenant R. S. Tomme, Lieutenant L. D. ieutenant Peirce, of the Fifth; Captain Atwell, (killed,) and Lieutenant Caldwell, of the Twentieth, conducted themselves with soldier-like gallantry.
Lieutenants King, Ray, Malone, Duguid, Felton, and Sutten, Sergeants Riddick, Ingram, Pearce, Johnson, and Dennis, privates Hays, Ellis, Campbell, Hillard, and Rinsart, of the same regiment, are highly commended by their regimental commanders.
Sergeant A. W. Fullenwider, John W. Glenn, C. W. Bennet, and privates E. F. Howell, and W. C. Watkins,
ument to unveil the statue of General Lee. Major T. A. Brander commanding, and the following members were in line:
Crenshaw Battery.—Captain Thomas Ellett, Captain William G. Crenshaw, Lieutenant E. G. Hollis, Sergeants T. T. Johnson, B. W. Vass, Walter J. Ratcliffe, Hugh D. Smith, John R. Redford, Corporals W. T. Ratcliffe and E. S. Ferneyhough, privates Thad. M. Jones, Thomas G. Walker, D. W. Gibson, John Walker, George E. Ware, E. L. Nuckols, John Lewis, Jeff. Ruffin, W. P. Morgan, W. R. Johnson, William Ellis Jones, J. C. Goolsby, William D. Snead, R. C. Walden, Charles P. Young, and M. T. Rider.
Purcell Battery.—Privates Thomas Byrne, James Stywater, R. T. Totty, Joseph Uren, Valentine Brown, J. W. D. Farrar, E. M. Cayce, John T. Callaghan, B. F. Hackman, and D. S. Redford.
Letcher Battery.—Major Thomas A. Brander, Lieutenant John Tyler, Corporal D. S. Cates, privates F. Kell, James T. Ferriter, and C. T. Outland.
Fredericksburg Battery.—Privates E. T. Chesley, H. Ca
ty beds, all of which are constantly filled.
The basement is used as a kitchen, but a small house is being built, detached from the mill, and near by another, to be used as a dead-house.
The water-power is used in various ways — in washing, bathing, cleansing sinks, and in carrying off all offensive matter.
Taken all in all this is one of the best hospitals I have seen, and it reflects great credit upon the surgeons who have planned it.
Hospital No. 1 is under the charge of Dr. W. R. Johnson.
It is in the brick-house already mentioned, and contains about forty-five beds.
The arrangements of this is also very fine, there being every convenience for the sick that could be expected in such a place as Dumfries.
Hospital No. 2 Church hospital,) is under the charge of Dr. Wm. P. Hill.
It has about forty beds, and these also are constantly filled.
Other minor buildings in the vicinity are used as dispensaries and mess-rooms, or kitchens, when the cooking is done.
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D. C. B. Calwell,
Isaac J. Lettwich,
Chas L. Fox.
Allea T. Crockett,
Jas. M. Stuart,
Bank of Virginia.Richmond.
Alfred T. Harris,
Thos. R. Price,
Samuel C. Tardy,
D. J. Saunders,
Joseph P. Jones,
*Wm. H. Fowle.
T. T. Broocks,
Z. W. Pickrell,
W. R. Johnson,
*R. W. Brodeax.
John B. Wilson,
R. A. Young,
*J. P. Williamson.
W. P. Conway,
J. H. Bradley,
*John L. Marye, Jr.
Wm. A. Little,
Thos. F. Knox,
*Robt B. Reynolds.
Jas. M. Cobbs,
*W. T. Vancey,
*Chas H. Lynch,
Sam M. Garland,
Thos. P. Alkinson,
J. E. White,
John A. Smith,
*Jas. C. Voss.
Wm. P. Graves,
*Jas. E. Lipscomb,