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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.44 (search)
brother of Officer Charles A. Gore, of this city. Sergeant Gore died about two years ago, and the book became the property of Officer Gore, who prizes it as a souvenir of the war. The roll contains the names of quite a number of residents of this section, though many have passed away. Officers. Captain—W. E. Franklin. First Lieutenant—Walter Barrett. Second Lieutenant—James T. Ames. Third Lieutenant—J. Frank Turner. First Sergeant—H. M. McIlhaney. Second Sergeant—Robert Parrott. Third Sergeant—Thomas A. Russell. Fourth Sergeant—John J. Williams. Fifth Sergeant—James P. Triplett. E. M. Crutchfield, Jesse P. Gore, Chas. Brooks and David Reeves were also appointed from the ranks to act as first, second, third and fourth sergeants pro tenm. (This action is supposed to have been necessary, as the companies were often separated during the raids.) First Corporal—Chas. W. Harris. Second Corporal—Henry James. Third Corporal—Benj.