y (Marmaduke's Brigade), by members of the family.
The ladies present representing Missouri were: Mrs. L. B. Valliant, St. Louis, Mo., Regent; Mrs. G. P. Stacey, Vice-Regent; Mrs. Nannie D. Werth, who is a sister of Rev. P. G. Robert, a well-known St. Louis minister of the P. E. Church.
Representing Kentucky—Mrs. Norborne Gait Grey, Regent; Miss M. P. Harris, Vice-Regent; Mrs. E. V. Valentine, alternate; Mrs. C. C. Walker, Mrs. M. J. Dimmock, Mrs. J. P. Yancey, Mrs. H. A. Williams, Mrs. Philip Taylor, Mrs. Lindsey Walker, Mrs. R. G. Rennolds, Mrs. S. G. Wallace, Miss Cary Larus, Miss Fannie McGuire, Miss Mary Donnan, Miss Bessie Catlin, Misses Leary, Miss Lelia Dimmock, Mrs. B. S. Smith, Miss L. M. Knox, Miss Estelle Clements, New York; Misses Williams.
Projectors of the Museum.
The idea of the establishment of the museum originated with Mrs. Joseph Bryan, to whom, more than any other, is due the honor of success.
This statement is made at the very urgent request of many me
nnon's Wharf and captured, Charles Lacy, W. F. Lewis, R. J. Saving, Hiter Loving, died 1862, John Laddin, killed near Lee Town, Mike McPhalin, John C. Miller, discharged 1862, Chastine Miller, killed at Williamsburg, Va., Joseph H. Malory, wounded at Five Forks and captured, William Morris, Samuel Mosby, Richard Messenger, Polk Nuckols, P. O. Nuckols, W. H. Parrish, B. F. Parrish, Napoleon B. Perkins, Morton Payne, William Pleasants, Alonzo Pleasants, John Pleasants, dead, John Palmore, John Quigley, dead, N. M. Ragland, dead, John C. Ragland, John W. Randolph,—— Ring, Marcellas Shelton, killed at Lee Town, Va., E. Newell Sims, dead; Thomas J. Sims, wounded at Wilderness,——Savage, Tomolin Price, R. A. Trice (Louisa Dick), William J. Trice, dead, Robert H. Trice,——Terrill, Ben Trice, dead, N. S. Thurman, last heard of in Kentucky, William Fourman, John Talley, Philip Taylor, Charles Webster, residence unknown, William James Wright, Richard A. Wise, Isaac Williams and Robert