volunteers were discharged, a parting which I shall never forget.
They had endeared themselves to every one of our company, and participated, together with a part of our company, in one of the severest battles of the Indian campaign.
In justice to these brave men, who composed quite half of our company, I think it proper to give their names in this connection:
Thos. Marshall, James Marshall, George H. Morrison, J. C. Morrison, James Sweeney, A. Laraway, J. A. Wolverton, Wm. C. Allan, Neil McNeil, A. H. Wise, A. Dougherty, J. P. Hale, Edwin Stone, C. D. Harn, D. C. Hawkins, John Greene, A. H. Rose, F. Tippin, J. W. Day, M. R. Thompson, J. C. Higgins, J. H. Perkins, H. A. Smith, A. Frederichs, F. Addicks, George Gemasche, Limon Blondo, C. Cowett, C. H. Douglass, R. C. Rothwick, J. W. Huckings, Joseph Hart, C. Johnson, J. P. Mirch, Robert Muir, G. W. Little, Joel Florida, S. D. Snell, A. B. Hanscomb, Daniel Getchell, R. R. Hubbard, Thomas Chambers, J. C. McConnell. Richard Strout,