and its vicinity, who belonged to other commands, lost their lives in the service.
Their names are as follows:
Maj. John H. Whitaker, Capt. Elijah G. Morrow, Capt. William Stone, Lieutenants Wesley Lewis Battle, Richardson Mallett, William N. Mickle; Sergeant Thomas L. Watson; Privates, Alex. R. Morrow, William Baldwin, Junius C. Battle, Willis Nunn, Henry Roberson; Sergeant-major Edward Jones.
If we credit the above list, whom we know to have been residents of Chapel Hill, and the membthree left the class on that account.
In a communication by President Swain to Governor Vance he says; Our Sophomore Class is now reduced to six regular members.
Morehead (who has a substitute, an Englishman over conscript age) is the best, and Mickle, the second best scholar in it. The latter has a slender constitution, and is in delicate health.
Of the twenty-seven members of this class, twenty-four are under age; and one over eighteen years of age, Julius C. Mills of Cas