egs of the wounded; other wounded could not be attended to properly.
On the evening of the 29th I was moved to the hospital in Manchester and placed in the roundhouse of the Danville railroad.
I remained there until the last week in August, when I was given a furlough for thirty days. I came home and remained there for two years before I was able to rejoin my command.
I have written this from memory.
I kept no record at the time.
May be in error along some lines.
The recollections of the days long past are often called up in memory—days that are never to be forgotten by those engaged in the conflict and those at home watching and waiting to hear from the front.
Members of Company G, Orr's Rifles, who died with disease, summer, 1862: W. D. Anderson, R. S. Ashley, T. J. Beacham, S. N. Bowen, W. T. Ellis, Robert M. Ellis, C. N. Graham, J. B. Graham, J. Moon Jones, T. G. Law, J. R. McAdams, J. T. Mc-Whorter, F. M. McKee, S. L. Pratt, W. N. Shirley, Moses Smith, J. R. Swance