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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Roster of the companies. (search)
rals—First, Thomas J. Howard; second, Gano Leer; third, Wm. H. Current; fourth, L. Lair. Privates—Thomas Bedford, A. W. Bedford, John Bowman, James Batterson, F. M. Breedon, J. C. Clay, N. Current, Jesse Current, John Davis, J. H. Demmitt, J. W. Demmitt, L. J. Fretwell, R. F. Goodman, George Gregory, B. Hanly, R. J. Hoover, Jesse Haney, Joseph Hinton, Sam Hamilton, James Kelley, Emerson Neal, John Penn, Wm. Phillips, William Ross, P. C. Sullivan, Sam Smizer, George Shawhan, N. D. Smith, James Tate, Cyrus Turner, Charles Talbott, David Wilson, James Wilson, R. Wilson—50 officers and enlisted men. Company H. Company H was made up of men from Madison, Montgomery and Estill Counties, and perhaps had scattered members from other counties. It was in service under General Humphry Marshal for a year before Bragg's and Kirby Smith's invasion of Kentucky, about which time the term of the men's enlistment with Marshal expired, and they re-enlisted in Chenault's Regiment. There were als<
Arrest. --A young man named Jas. Tate was arrested in Manchester last evening, by detective Washington Goodrich, on suspicion that he was the person who passed a $10 counterfeit Confederate note on Isaac Greentree's clerk, Moses Myers. The accused was carried before Commissioner Watson, but as Myers was unable to swear positively to the identity of the party, he was discharged from custody. Tate had no other money in his possession answering the description of the alleged counterfeit. Arrest. --A young man named Jas. Tate was arrested in Manchester last evening, by detective Washington Goodrich, on suspicion that he was the person who passed a $10 counterfeit Confederate note on Isaac Greentree's clerk, Moses Myers. The accused was carried before Commissioner Watson, but as Myers was unable to swear positively to the identity of the party, he was discharged from custody. Tate had no other money in his possession answering the description of the alleged counterfeit.
lled, 2. Total wounded, 18. Total wounded and missing, 2. Company F.--Killed: First Sgt J W Fant; Private G W Hopkins. Wounded: Sgt J F Tarrant; Corporals J D Funster, D C Farmer. Privates J R Spann, J L Deuprec, R Mahorner, H Mahorner, W H Tate, W Freeman, J Davis, M Bell, D Bell, J T Jones, T F Glass, S M Bowen, E J Carter. Missing and Supposed Killed: Privates W A Price, W J Fant, F M Hill. Total killed, 2. Total wounded, 16.--Total wounded and missing, 3. Company G.--Killed: Capan, Jacob Hilton, M P Bryan, and Sergeant W S Sudderth, wounded. Total--6 killed, 25 wounded. Company B--1st Lieut S H Adams, killed; 3d Lieut A L Finley, supposed killed; Corp'l W L Bird, Privates G W Stokes, Martin -fford, killed; Sergt J P Tate, Privates W A Holyfield, W A Buckhannon, W F Gibbs, Jno Martin, John Gwin, J G Poget, Martin Cartis, P F Sigley, Thos Odear. Alfred Clayton, wounded; Hamton Comer, J J.--, missing. Total--5 killed, 11 wounded, 2 missing. Company E--Lieut J A