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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.36 (search)
derate Veterans, has resolved to keep a memorial record of all veterans of the Battalion Washington Artillery who were killed or died in service; also those who have died since the war. They desire friends to furnish the date, place of death, and age of the following comrades of the battalion: First Company. Harry L. Allen, J. H. Berthlott, W. H. Blunt, Ed. A. Cowen, Wm. T. Cummings, R. W. Davis, Pat. Eagan, Joseph Hanlan, William Moran, H. N. McNair, W. T. Normant, N. Byron Phelps, Chs. Peychaud, J. G. Pierson, John N. Payne, L. Parsons, Wm. H. Holmes, Sidney Harrison, J. D. P. Jones. Dave C. Johnston, J. S. Lehman, Monroe Mount, John P. Manico, F. A. St. Amant, H. W. Spencer, W. T. Saul, Thos. S. Turner, Charles H. Waldo, E. V. Wiltz. Second Company. Steve Britton, John A. Coakley, Hy. Carey, Thos. O. Dyer, C. A. Duval, Geo. W. Humphreys, Lieut. Sam Haines, J. L. Hock, Oscar Jewell, R. C. Lewis, Louis Miller, Wm. Mi