e with commanding generals, as did young George Meade at Gettysburg, as did the sons of Generals Humphreys, Abercrombie, andn June 29, 1863, distinguished himself two days later at Gettysburg, but won his chief fame as one of Sheridan's leaders of –General Wesley Merritt and staff thick of the fray at Gettysburg, but lived to fight another day and win his own double s by Wesley Merritt, whose star was given him just before Gettysburg, when only twenty-seven.
With Merritt, too, came Custade on Stuart's gray squadrons at the far right flank at Gettysburg.
A few months later and James H. Wilson, Emory Upton, aPatrick O'Rorke, but for the bullet that laid him low at Gettysburg.
That battle was the only one missed by another boy colof their own Sixty-first.
Severe wounds kept him out of Gettysburg, but May, 1864, found him among the new brigadiers.
Maj colored servants, at Bealton, Virginia, the month after Gettysburg.
But in the last photograph a soldier is cowering appre