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Col. Robert White, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 2.2, West Virginia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 2 0 Browse Search
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or, and afterward resigned. A company of riflemen was organized in the western end of the county, within what is now the territory of Mineral county. It went into the cavalry service under the command of the gallant Capt. George Sheetz, who lost his life on May 23, 1862, in the valley of Virginia. It became Company F of the Seventh cavalry. Capt. Isaac Kuykendall afterward commanded this company. Capt. C. S. White commanded Company C of the Twenty-third cavalry, of which company Alexander White became first lieutenant and J. R. Baker, of Hardy county, second lieutenant. The men composing this company came, for the most part, from the county of Hampshire and the adjoining county of Hardy. Capt. R. Bruce Muse commanded Company F of the Eighteenth cavalry. His command was recruited partly from Hampshire county and partly from the adjoining county of Frederick, in Virginia. Capt. Matthew Ginevan commanded Company C of the Eighteenth cavalry. Company I of this regiment went in
. Morrell, J. W. Matherson, W. McBlair, Thomas Noland, George Nowrey, E. D. Newton, J. W. O'Neil, John Peits, F. F. Palingnest, Joseph Prebel, Patrick Quinn, G. W. Quarles, John Robinson, Daniel Relordon, W. B. Reed, Charles Smith, Patrick Smith, William Smith, L. H. Schofield, James Sylvanus, J. H. Schinblee, C. Schinblee, W. R. Shed, J. M. Sullivan, B. C. Shel- ton, W. W. Thomas, James Thurston, T. B. Travers, Peter Vandever, J. S. West, Edward West, Patrick White, Samuel W. Wheeler, Alexander White. From Petersburg. Nothing from Petersburg except the usual shelling "round town." From the Valley. From the Valley we have no news whatever. The Barn burner is entirely quiet; seems to have subsided since his last retreat. He came to devastate, not to fight; and having accomplished his infernal business, is wearing laurels which should blast the brain in the head it crowns. An old bear hunter having discovered that nothing annoyed bruin so much as to be bitten be