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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.43 (search)
. C. J. Lewis, Eighth Cavalry, Charleston, Kanawha county. Adjutants. D. M. Leyton, Twenty-fifth Infantry, Mount Meridian. B. B. Howelett, Fifth Cavalry, Cobb's creek. O. H. P. Lewis, Thirty-first Infantry, Beverly, Randolph county. W. W. Boggs, Twentieth Cavalry, Wheeling. J. Arrington, Forty-second Infantry, Campbell Courthouse. D. W. Garrett, Forty-second Infantry, Morgantown, Ga. H. T. Coalter, Fifty-third Infantry, King William Courthouse. First Lieutenants. Thomas O. Moss, Twenty-third Infantry, Louisa Courthouse. H. Fry, Thirty-seventh Infantry, Wheeling. W. E. Hart, Page's Battery, King William Courthouse. B. C. Maxwell, Cutshaw's Battery, Westham Locks. J. Ogden Murray, Seventh Cavalry, Richmond. W. Asberry, Sixteenth Infantry, Target Hill, Wayne county. B. D. Merchant, Fourth Cavalry, Manassas Junction. James H. Childs, Warrenton. S. T. Carson, Fifth Infantry, Steel's Tavern, Augusta county. Jesse Child, Forty-second Infantry, Ric