hn G. White, acting orderly sergeant in the absence of P. C. Landrum, who held that office at the close of the war. This was the first rollcall since the day of Appomattox.
The following is the roll as called, and it is believed to be reasonably accurate, and contains a statement of the men killed and those wounded, those who dsuccessful or forced from the field by sheer numbers we compelled the praise of friends and foes, and in the last act of the bloody drama led the last charge at Appomattox.
It was my duty to act as orderly sergeant in the terrible campaign of ‘64.
It opened on the 5th day of May.
On that morning I reported one captain, two lir, and I assure you that the survivors of our old company will be gratified to have you come, and as one of them, answer to the first roll call since the day of Appomattox.
Respectfully and truly yours, R. M. page.
A detail of eight men was then sent to escort the old battle flag of the regiment from its repository to the