erasboro, N. C., in 1865, a few days days before the surrender at Appomattox.
Company C-10 men, rank and file.
Captain—George W. Decker.
First Lieutenant—Charles R, Banks.
Second Lieutenant—Charles E. Roberts.
Third Lieutenant—Alonzo Garrison.
Company D—73 men, rank and file.
Captain—William P. Wemyes.
First Lieutenant—James F. Woodward.
Second Lieutenant—Samuel J. Walton.
Third Lieutenant—Malcolm McInnis.
Company E—61 men, rank and file.
Captain—Martin VanBuren Talley.
First Lieutenant—Robert F. Epps.
Second Lieutenant—William T. Battley.
Third Lieutenant—James A. Ahern.
Company F—69 men, rank and File—Cavalry.
Captain—James W. Strange.
First Lieutenant—R. H. Holliday.
Second Lieutenant—C. McMurray.
This command only remained for few months, and was transferred to the army in Virginia.
Company G—Sixty-one men, rank and file.
Captain—James D. Buie.
First Lieutenant—Lauchlin W. Cu