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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.27 (search)
el William Nalle. The Third Regiment Infantry, Virginia Volunteers, had the right. This body of soldiers was under the charge of Lieutenant-Colonel Granville Gaines. It comprised the following companies: Company A, The Danville Grays, Captain J. Paul Taylor and Lieutenants Perkinson and Conway; thirty-eight men in line. Company F, the Alexandria Light Infantry, Captain George A. Mushbach and Lieutenant A. Bryan; ninety-four men in line, including the drum-corps. Company E, the Lynchbur W. Hope. Company G, of the Second Regiment, commanded by Lieutenant B. P. Hatcher. Company H, of the Fourth Regiment, commanded by Captain G. E. Morrison. The Roanoke Machine-Works' Guard, Captain N. P. Perkins, and Lieutenants Howell, Taylor and Wood; 64 men in line, and accompanied by the Roanoke Drum Corps of 20, under Drum-Major S. Walthall. Company I, of the Fourth Regiment. Company A, the Butler Guard, of Greenville, S. C., Captain P. A. Mooney, and Lieutenants Richardson,