try in this her time of need.
Capt, Sanders was one among the first to offer his service to the Confederacy, and for fourteen months he did all the duties of an officer fearlessly and faithfully, and when the county of New Kent, his place of residence was evacuated, he left home, family and to the mercy of his enemies, to battle for the liberties of his country.
2.Resolved,That while we deeply sympathize with his family in their bereavement, still it is a counseling thought to know that, as a husband and father, he was tender and affectionate, as a friend he was kind generous, and true.
3. Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be admitted wife of the deceased, and also one to the Richmond Dispatch for publication, with the request that the Richmond Whig and the Examiner place copy.
1st Lt Jas B. Timberlake, Chairman,1st SergtAugustine Richardson, Sec'y.
2d. Lt. Wm. T. Buswell, 2d Sgt. W. H. Woodward, 3d Lt. S. R. Richardson, 4th Jno R. Hockaday.