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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Semmes' Georgia Brigade. (search)
, 1st Lieut. and Signal Officer. [28] Men on duty at Headquarters second Corps as Couriers, &c. Courier W. S. Gordon, H. A. Haralson, P. S. G. Cocke, W. J. Sharpes, J. M. C. Hansbarger, H. V. Bell, S. O. Brown, L. Taylor, Thos. Rutherfoord, S. Cullen, Tel. Op'r E. W. Thompson, Tel. Op'r T. E. Maddux, A. B. Spooner, J. V. Cosby, Robt. Patton, Clerk Mil. Court 2d Corps. Jno. Godwin, Orderly Mil. Court 2d Corps. W. H. Ambler, Orderly Mil. Court 2d Corps. Joshua Warren, Teamster, 2d Corps. [18] Hospital Stewards and Attendants present, attached to Field Hospital, second Corps, A. N. V. Hos. Steward R. W. Thomas, Sergeant T. Busick, Co. K, 51st Va. Infantry. W. Richardson, Jno. A. Craig, Private J. W. Baker, Co. E, 8th La. Infantry. Acting Hospital Steward, J. W. Russell, I certify, on honor, that the above is a correct roll. [6] Near Appomattox C. H., Va., April 10, 1865. H. Black, Surgeon in charge Field Hospital. Officers and