een located near Greensboro.
I made the best arrangements for their comfort possible, in some instances leaving nurses with them, and passing amongst them shaking hands, and saying something encouraging to all. My last visit to my old friend, Moses Martin, who had followed me through the war. Mose had fallen in the charge at Bentonville, and now he was minus one leg, which was buried somewhere in North Carolina soil.
He was the same Moses Martin that our fellow-citizens of Gwinnett honored so oked me in the face, and with a faint smile, and yet with tears in his eyes, said: Colonel, if I ever get home, and should have a boy baby, I will name him for you, and strange as it may seem, there is a nice young man now living in old Gwinnett, Martin's old home, named Lovick Thomas Martin.
I had two horses, and complimented my major, J. J. McClendon, by giving him one of them, and my bay, a fine, splendid animal, I mounted and departed, sad and alone, for my home, and—my tale is told. L. P
, John, of Chevallie's and Gallego Mills.
Chevallie, Pierre, of Chevallie's and Gallego Mills.
Cocke, Edward F.
Cottrell, Samuel S., corporal; dead.
Crenshaw, Lewis D.; dead.
Crenshaw, Leroy A.
Crump, W. W., lieutenant; Judge, dead.
Crenshaw, William G.
Crouch, Robert N.
Dupuy, James B.; dead.
Downey, Mark; dead.
Dodamead, Thomas, sergeant; dead.
Duval, Robert R., lieutenant; dead.
Dupuy, Colonel Martin, corporal; dead.
Enders, John; dead.
Eustace, Dr. William S.; dead.
Evans, Thomas J.; dead.
Featherston, E. M.
Ferguson, James B.
Gibson, Charles Bell, surgeon.
George, William O., lieutenant.
Goulden, James, sergeant.
Grant, James H., lieutenant.
Grubbs, P. W., lieutenant.
Gregory, John M., captain.
Gwynn, Walter, captain; major-general Virginia troops.
Haskins, Richard O., lieutenant; known