d at Bristow Station and surrendered at Appomattox.
There were for the year 1860-61 five tutors in the University.
All of them volunteered.
Four of them fell in the service.
F. A. Fetter was with the Bethel regiment as we have already seen.
He alone of the five survived.
The first of these tutors to seal his faith with his blood was Captain George Burgwyn Johnston, who died in Chapel Hill in 1863, of a decline brought on by prison hardships at Sandusky, Ohio.
The next was Lieutenant Iowa Michigan Royster, who fell with the song of Dixie on his lips, while leading his company to the charge at Gettysburg.
He was one of 8 in the class of 1860 who received first distinction; within four years, four of these filled soldiers' graves.
Another of these first honor men, and the youngest, was Captain George Pettigrew Bryan.
He was to have entered the ministry; but his country called and he surrendered his young life at Charles City Road, in 1864.
His promotion as Lieutenant-Colonel, a