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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 17. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.14 (search)
he Governor's Horse Guard, mounted, followed as his escort. Governors Farwell and Richardson, and A. B. Fleming, of West Virginia, and staffs, were also in the procession. Virginia cavalry. There were five companies in the First regiment of Virginia cavalry, under command of Colonel Thomas R. Marshall, whose staff embraces Lieutenat-Colonel Bidgood, Major Percy G. Hawes, Surgeon Lewis Wheat, Assistant-Surgeon Edward McGuire, Adjutant Kirk Mathews, Chaplain Gates Downman, Commissary Captain Fred. Scott. The commands in the regiment were Surry Cavalry, Captain J. A. M. Gwathmey; Hanover, Captain Williams F. Wickham; Chesterfield, Captain Moore; Prince George, Captain A. F. Hobbs; Stuart Horse Guards, Captain Samuel Register; Fitz Lee Troop (Lynchburg), Captain Joseph B. Pace. Countermarching. This embraces the whole of that part of the procession which formed on Broad street, and the above is the order in which the march was taken up. The veterans and some other orga