t lieutenants in order named.
Captain Lusk resigned June, 1863, on account of ill health.
W. K. Donald was made captain, and served as such until the end. A. J. Hayslett, previous to May 1, 1862, served as company surgeon, and in 1863 was made surgeon of the battalion, and William T. Wilson, then a member of the Danville Blues, of Eighteenth Virginia Regiment, was elected lieutenant, and served as such until the close.
After the promotions in consequence of Captain Lusk's resignation, Daniel Paxton was elected lieutenant, and remained such to the last.
The battery did a great deal of hard service, and certainly deserves to rank below none in the faithful discharge of duty with alacrity to the last.
Owing to the capture of a large number of the members on the morning of April 2, 1865, where the Confederate line was first broken, near the P. and W. railroad, there were only about forty of the company in the surrender.
List of members.
W. P. Alexander, James G. Allen, William Al