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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.53 (search)
Roanoke Grays. [from the Richmond Dispatch, July 26, 1896.] Muster-Roll of the Company and some of its Casualties. Mount Meridian, Va., July 19, 1896. To the Editor of the Dispatch: I venture to send you the muster-roll of Company F, Roanoke Grays, of the Twenty-eighth Virginia Regiment, and some of its casualties during the late war: M. P. Dyesley, captain; killed at Williamsburg. George McH. Gish, first lieutenant; promoted to captain. Richard Oliver, first lieutenant; resigned. Hoge, first lieutenant; wounded at Gaines' Mill. S. A. Repass, second lieutenant; captured at Gettysburg. H. S. Trout, second lieutenant; served during the war. Charles Burwell, second lieutenant; resigned. William Watts, second lieutenant; promoted to major. N. M. Read, first sergeant; elected lieutenant Company E, Twenty-eighth Regiment. M. P. Preston, first sergeant; detached to Quartermaster's Department. Andrew Lewis, first sergeant; discharged (non-resident)
d. Company B--1st Lieut S H Adams, killed; 3d Lieut A L Finley, supposed killed; Corp'l W L Bird, Privates G W Stokes, Martin -fford, killed; Sergt J P Tate, Privates W A Holyfield, W A Buckhannon, W F Gibbs, Jno Martin, John Gwin, J G Poget, Martin Cartis, P F Sigley, Thos Odear. Alfred Clayton, wounded; Hamton Comer, J J.--, missing. Total--5 killed, 11 wounded, 2 missing. Company E--Lieut J A Hooper, wounded; Private J P Maxwell, killed; Privates Henry Long, J A May, W C May, V G Oliver, J P Start, L W Ward, wounded. Company F--Privates E Anderson, A J Caudill, L A Stomper, A T Holiway, killed; Privates John Baldwin, N Reynolds, James Crance, H D Mains, John Mains, Calvin Conier, S B Dennis, R Huchinson, D A Fox, C M Crouse, Alexander Toliver, H G Stomper, wounded; Sergts David Edwards, M S Alexander, and Privates H R Wagoner, M W Yates, E J Ham, Levi Collins, missing. Total--4 killed 12 wounded, 6 missing. Company G--Sergt C H Stokes, and Privates J A Elliott, Jose