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ried (April 27, 1886) Howard R. Bayne, Issue: I. Samuel Preston Moore Bayne, died October 7, 1887; II.
Mary Ashby Moore Bayne; III.
Lloyd Moore Bayne.
references.—The reports of the surgeon-generals of the United Confederate Veterans—viz: Joseph Jones, M. D., of New Orleans, La., and C. H. Tebault, M. D., of New Orleans, La.; the Southern Historical Society Papers, Vol.
II, page 125; Vol.
XVII, page 12; Vol.
XX, page 109; the Medical and Surgical Journal of the Con- federate States; the un, but much rain having fallen the previous night the ground became very soft and its whole superstructure fell in at the onset of the fight, so that the engagement was far advanced before any help could be rendered us. It is also true that Lieutenant Jones had a 9-inch Dalgren gun in position, but the sudden turn in the river at this point placed him out of view of the enemy, and he could not help us. With all due respect to the well-earned reputation of the Virginia crew and the remainder of