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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
ingleton. Co. C. 1st Sergeant R. E. Sloan, 2d Sergeant J. T. Skelton, 3d Sergeant J. P. Sullivan, 4th Sergeant T. O. Jenkins, 5th Sergeant E. B. Rice, 1st Corporal J. F. Clinkscales, 4th Corporal R. L. Keys, Private T. B. Burriss, B. P. Byrum, J. N. Byrum, B. T. Clinkscales, R. M. Clinkscales, R. L. Clinkscales, J. C. Darricott, E. N. Emerson, A. W. Elrod, W. A. Fant, J. W. George, W. M. George, Private L. W. Gentry, P. C. Hall, Wm. Lee, J. P. Maddox, W. A. Merritt, Samuel McCulley, Robt. Moorehead, J. A. E. Norris, A. H. Osborne, W. B. Quailes, H. F. Rice, J. S. Russel, D. J. Sherrard, E. W. Stewart, G. L. Shrimp, J. M. Webb, T. J. Werner, W. C. McFall. J D. Crawford. This man was captured at Darbytown, on 7th October, 1864, was paroled and came to Richmond sick. Just prior to the evacuation of Richmond he received a sick furlough. Communication being cut off, he joined his company at Amelia C. H., Va., hoping thereby to reach