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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Roll of Company B, Ninth Virginia cavalry. (search)
Farish, Charles T. Farish, killed at Brandy Station, W. P. T. Farish, A. T. Forbes, John W. Faulkner, died in hospital, Henry Fitzhugh, J. T. Gatewood, wounded at Brandy Station, W. S. Gouldin, E. Gray, R. A. Gray, R. A. Gravatt, T. E. Gravatt, G. C. Gravatt, Clarence Goodwin, killed in battle, A. J. Greenstreet, George Goodloe, J. Gwathmey, R. G. Hull, J. M. Hull, killed in battle, John T. Harris, killed in battle, J. T. Hove, wounded, Jas. M. Jesse, W. G. Jesse, S. C. Jones, wounded, Alexander Jordan, died in hospital, B. A. Jordan, killed in battle, James A. Jeter, W. E. Jones, Luther Jerrell, killed in battle, B. W. Kidd, killed in battle, H. S. Kidd, B. F. Kidd, H. L. Landrum, George W. Long, Thomas F. Lewis, W. H. Loving, W. B. Lightfoot, W. S. Luck, James A. McLaughlin, wounded, R. C. A. Moncure, M. A. Moncure, J. D. Moncure, A. H. Martin, died in hospital, John G. Mason, Edgar McKenney, James L. McKenney, R. C. L. Moncure, Jr., T. N. Norment, William M. Oliver, R. B. Oliver,
Patrick. For House of Delegates--John Staples, 563; Wm. A. Burwell, 269. For ratification, 896; against it, 6. For amendment to the Constitution, 905; against it. 9. Bedford James F. Johnson was elected to the Senate, and Alexander Jordan and E. C. Burks were elected to the House. The vote for ratification was unanimous, (2,686) The vote in this county was the largest ever polled. Halifax For Senate — Logan, 1,572; Bruce, (not a candidate ,) 202. For House of Delegates--Edmunds, 1,526; West, 947; Medley, 486. For secession, 1,747; against it, none. For amendment, 1,320; against it, 200. Hines For secession, 478; against it, 1. For amendment, 304; against it, 94. For House of Delegates--Ed. T. Taylor, 328; John H. Daniel, 65 Board of Public Works--A. R. Holladay, (no opposition,) 358. Mecklenburg--official. For Senate — Bruce, 1,017--no opposition.--For House of Delegates--Baskerville, 669; Hutchason, 399; Easley, 113. For secession