ederal Secretary of War, by order of Mr. Lincoln, issued an order to the military commanders in Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas and Arkansas, directing them to seize and use any property belonging to the inhabitants of the Confederacy, which might be necessary or convenient for thesion referred to, and among them were Gustavus A. Henry, the Eagle Orator of Tennessee, then a member of the Senate, and the silver-tongued Judah P. Benjamin, of Louisiana, then Secretary of State.
The circumstances under which the meeting was held and the fervid eloquence of the speakers made a profound impression, and those presia with the Moore, Jackson, Lowndes, and Goff families.
He had two brothers in the old United States army—Colonel West Moore, for many years Adjutant-General of Louisiana, and Dr. Charles Lloyd Moore, surgeon.
In June, 1845, he married Mary Augusta Brown, one of the daughters of Major Jacob Brown, United States army, who was ki
Bramlett, company G, 3d regiment.
George Ford, company F, 23d regiment.
Benjamin Freeman, 13th regiment.
H. D. Hodell, company C.
George W. Ford, company F, 23d regiment.
F. J. Hancock, company H, 20th regiment.
A. B. Bigger, company A, 1st regiment.
J. T. Cront, company K, 20th regiment.
Mathew Jones, company D, 2nd regiment.
J. W. Frank, company E, 3rd regiment.
Samuel Grodrey, company E, 15th regiment.
J. G. Haltewanger, company C, 20th regiment.
E. W. Snider, Texas.
Josiah N. Martin, Louisiana.
William Vicker, Baltimore, Md.
J. Smith, Maryland.
P. M. Koonce, Tennessee.
Thomas P. Grey, Rockbridge artillery.
Moses Jenkins, company B, 8th artillery.
Godfrey Estlow, company K, 6th artillery.
D. O. Rawhn, 8th Louisiana artillery.
John L. Moise, company H, 17th artillery.
L. M. Atkins, company H, 5th artillery.
William C. Braddock, company I, 8th artillery.
C. Boatner, Phillips' Legion.
There are 112 graves unknown.