on of Mechanicsville.
About half a mile from Mechanicsville our line of battle was again formed on the right of the road, supported by the Sixtieth Virginia, Colonel Starke commanding — the Fortieth Virginia on the left, supported by the Forty-seventh Virginia regiment and Second Virginia battalion.
We advanced upon Mechanicsvily C; and Costenbader, company E.
The following are names of non-commissioned officers and privates honorably mentioned by their Captains:
Company A. Privates Ruffin Starke, E. T. Smith, Robert Carter, R. H. Dunmead, A. F. Allen.
Company C. Private Thomas Thurston.
Company D. Privates Archibald Brooks, G. E. Minor, Reuben L the honor, General, to be,
With high respect, your obedient servant, ed. Graham Haywood, Colonel, commanding Seventh Regiment N. C. Troops.
Report of Colonel Starke.
headquarters Sixtieth Reg. Virginia Vols., July 19, 1862. Captain G. F. Harrison, Assistant Adjutant-General, First Brigade, Light Division:
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