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During the four years war 473 names appeared on the company roll, and these are inscribed on the Confederate monument erected at Nottoway Court-house.
Of all these, beside myself, I believe that only two survive: Junius Hardaway, of Crewe, Va., and James Farley, of Blackstone, Va. Having been asked the question as to myself, will say: I enlisted in my company in March, 1862, at the age of 17, was in 26 battles and surrendered at Appomattox April 9th, 1865.
Mr. Clay, who by occupation is a collector and clerk, has resided in Baltimore since 1868 and lives with his family at 666 West Fayette street. Mr. and Mrs. Clay were married in Petersburg, Va., in 1866.
Of their 11 children 6 survive.
Virginians should proudly erect statues to the three fearless and gallant generals who led their brigades—less than 5,000 strong—in the world-famous charge of Pickett's Division at Gettysburg: Garnett, killed on the enemy's line; Armistead, morta