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Fredericksburg, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.39
. J. S. Campbell. Thomas P. Campbell, promoted lieutenant; wounded Wilderness, 1864. W. B. Carder, promoted lieutenant; died since war. W. H. Cleaver, killed Cedar Creek, 1864. John Cox. George W. Cullop, lost leg at Chancellorsville; died since war. J. R. Cullop. John J. Dix, died from wounds received, Chancellorsville. Adam Dutton, died after war. James A. Dutton. G. M. Dudley. C. O. Davis. James W. Duncan. W. P. Francis. G. H. Fudge, lieutenant; wounded, Fredericksburg; Judge of County Court, Smyth. John W. Fudge. Robert Fulwiler. Edward Falkie, wounded. Robert Green, wounded First Manassas. Henry Goodman, killed, May 12th, Spotsylvania. Ambrose Griffith, color-bearer; wounded at Chancellorsville and before Petersburg. Moses Gibson. James J. Gill, lost leg at Gettysburg. Harris. J. F. Harris, died since war. William Henegar, killed, Cedar Creek, 1864. W. R. Henegar. Henry Henderlite; died since war. Ephriam, died f
Marion (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.39
Company D, Fourth Virginia Infantry (Stonewall Brigade), it has occurred to me to send it to you and ask you to, some time or another, give it a place in the Confederate column of your paper. Its publication is desired not alone because it gives the names enrolled on Orderly Sergeant's book, but because it embraces information of some who are dead and others living, which will be intensely interesting to many widely scattered since the parting at Appomattox in 1865. Most respectfully, Marion, Va., 1902. Jno. S. Apperson. A. G. Pendleton, captain; major 1862; resigned; died in Roanoke, Va., 1902. James W. Kennedy, first lieutenant; retired 1862; died in Tennessee after the war. A. E. Gibson, second lieutenant; captain 1862; killed near Groveton, Second Manassas. J. J. Bishop, first sergeant; died from wounds Second Manassas. J. M. Fuller, second sergeant; wounded Gettysburg. F. W. Rider, third sergeant; died after war. J. M. Thomas, fourth sergeant; promoted
Spottsylvania (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.39
uncan. W. P. Francis. G. H. Fudge, lieutenant; wounded, Fredericksburg; Judge of County Court, Smyth. John W. Fudge. Robert Fulwiler. Edward Falkie, wounded. Robert Green, wounded First Manassas. Henry Goodman, killed, May 12th, Spotsylvania. Ambrose Griffith, color-bearer; wounded at Chancellorsville and before Petersburg. Moses Gibson. James J. Gill, lost leg at Gettysburg. Harris. J. F. Harris, died since war. William Henegar, killed, Cedar Creek, 1864. W. unded at Chancellorsville. B. F. Maiden. Edward McCready, killed First Manassas. H. H. McCready, lieutenant; wounded at Chancellorsville; killed Payne's farm. Robert McCready; died from wounds Wilderness, 1864. W. F. Moore, killed Spotsylvania, 1864. J. M. Morris; dead; Samuel Neff, killed Kernstown. T. C. Oaks. Bedford Overbay. John Parrish, killed at Payne's farm. J. T. Palmer; dead. Matthew Prater; dead. Martin Roane, lost two fingers at Chancellorsville; de
Groveton (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.39
d on Orderly Sergeant's book, but because it embraces information of some who are dead and others living, which will be intensely interesting to many widely scattered since the parting at Appomattox in 1865. Most respectfully, Marion, Va., 1902. Jno. S. Apperson. A. G. Pendleton, captain; major 1862; resigned; died in Roanoke, Va., 1902. James W. Kennedy, first lieutenant; retired 1862; died in Tennessee after the war. A. E. Gibson, second lieutenant; captain 1862; killed near Groveton, Second Manassas. J. J. Bishop, first sergeant; died from wounds Second Manassas. J. M. Fuller, second sergeant; wounded Gettysburg. F. W. Rider, third sergeant; died after war. J. M. Thomas, fourth sergeant; promoted captain. D. B. Kootz, first corporal; wounded Kernstown. I. M. Lampie, second corporal; wounded Spotsylvania Courthouse; died since war. H. T. Killinger, third corporal. T. A. Oury, fourth corporal; wounded First Manassas; dead. Adam Allen, killed Ch
Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.39
f your paper. Its publication is desired not alone because it gives the names enrolled on Orderly Sergeant's book, but because it embraces information of some who are dead and others living, which will be intensely interesting to many widely scattered since the parting at Appomattox in 1865. Most respectfully, Marion, Va., 1902. Jno. S. Apperson. A. G. Pendleton, captain; major 1862; resigned; died in Roanoke, Va., 1902. James W. Kennedy, first lieutenant; retired 1862; died in Tennessee after the war. A. E. Gibson, second lieutenant; captain 1862; killed near Groveton, Second Manassas. J. J. Bishop, first sergeant; died from wounds Second Manassas. J. M. Fuller, second sergeant; wounded Gettysburg. F. W. Rider, third sergeant; died after war. J. M. Thomas, fourth sergeant; promoted captain. D. B. Kootz, first corporal; wounded Kernstown. I. M. Lampie, second corporal; wounded Spotsylvania Courthouse; died since war. H. T. Killinger, third corporal.
Sharpsburg (Maryland, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.39
ncellorsville. Benjamin Allen, wounded Winchester; lost an eye; dead. David Allison. I. G. Anderson, lost leg, Sharpsburg; dead. John S. Apperson, commissioned hospital steward 1862; assigned duty with Field Infirmary, Second Corps, A. N.2. W. P. Bell, died from wounds, Second Manassas. Randolph Bradley, killed below Richmond. Isaac Brown, killed Sharpsburg. W. H. Bolton. Cleophas——, wounded. John A. Buchanan, Judge Court of Appeals, Virginia. George C. Bridgeman. S Hull. Abram Hutton, died after war. John Hutton, died from wounds at Chancellorsville. A. J. Isenhower, killed, Sharpsburg. M. T. James, died in prison. S. E. James, killed in battle. E. M. James. B. F. Jones, died from wounds, Secoer war. Henry Webb, died from wounds received at Chancellorsville. John M. Williams, promoted captain; wounded at Sharpsburg. John Williams. B. P. Walker, wounded Kernstown. J. M. Wilburn, killed in skirmish near Shepherdstown. Edwa
Appomattox (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.39
plicate of the enclosed list of members of Company D, Fourth Virginia Infantry (Stonewall Brigade), it has occurred to me to send it to you and ask you to, some time or another, give it a place in the Confederate column of your paper. Its publication is desired not alone because it gives the names enrolled on Orderly Sergeant's book, but because it embraces information of some who are dead and others living, which will be intensely interesting to many widely scattered since the parting at Appomattox in 1865. Most respectfully, Marion, Va., 1902. Jno. S. Apperson. A. G. Pendleton, captain; major 1862; resigned; died in Roanoke, Va., 1902. James W. Kennedy, first lieutenant; retired 1862; died in Tennessee after the war. A. E. Gibson, second lieutenant; captain 1862; killed near Groveton, Second Manassas. J. J. Bishop, first sergeant; died from wounds Second Manassas. J. M. Fuller, second sergeant; wounded Gettysburg. F. W. Rider, third sergeant; died after war.
Big Lick (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.39
nd ask you to, some time or another, give it a place in the Confederate column of your paper. Its publication is desired not alone because it gives the names enrolled on Orderly Sergeant's book, but because it embraces information of some who are dead and others living, which will be intensely interesting to many widely scattered since the parting at Appomattox in 1865. Most respectfully, Marion, Va., 1902. Jno. S. Apperson. A. G. Pendleton, captain; major 1862; resigned; died in Roanoke, Va., 1902. James W. Kennedy, first lieutenant; retired 1862; died in Tennessee after the war. A. E. Gibson, second lieutenant; captain 1862; killed near Groveton, Second Manassas. J. J. Bishop, first sergeant; died from wounds Second Manassas. J. M. Fuller, second sergeant; wounded Gettysburg. F. W. Rider, third sergeant; died after war. J. M. Thomas, fourth sergeant; promoted captain. D. B. Kootz, first corporal; wounded Kernstown. I. M. Lampie, second corporal; wound
Meadow Mills (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.39
orge C. Bridgeman. Samuel A. Byars, wounded Chancellorsville; lame for life. J. S. Campbell. Thomas P. Campbell, promoted lieutenant; wounded Wilderness, 1864. W. B. Carder, promoted lieutenant; died since war. W. H. Cleaver, killed Cedar Creek, 1864. John Cox. George W. Cullop, lost leg at Chancellorsville; died since war. J. R. Cullop. John J. Dix, died from wounds received, Chancellorsville. Adam Dutton, died after war. James A. Dutton. G. M. Dudley. C. O. Davis.d, May 12th, Spotsylvania. Ambrose Griffith, color-bearer; wounded at Chancellorsville and before Petersburg. Moses Gibson. James J. Gill, lost leg at Gettysburg. Harris. J. F. Harris, died since war. William Henegar, killed, Cedar Creek, 1864. W. R. Henegar. Henry Henderlite; died since war. Ephriam, died from wounds received at Chancellorsville. John Hogsdon. John N. Hull. Abram Hutton, died after war. John Hutton, died from wounds at Chancellorsville. A.
Chancellorsville (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.39
rst Manassas; dead. Adam Allen, killed Chancellorsville. Benjamin Allen, wounded Winchester; le C. Bridgeman. Samuel A. Byars, wounded Chancellorsville; lame for life. J. S. Campbell. Thoma John J. Dix, died from wounds received, Chancellorsville. Adam Dutton, died after war. James war. John Hutton, died from wounds at Chancellorsville. A. J. Isenhower, killed, Sharpsburg. H. Magruder. F. B. Magruder, wounded at Chancellorsville. B. F. Maiden. Edward McCready, kille H. H. McCready, lieutenant; wounded at Chancellorsville; killed Payne's farm. Robert McCready;ead. Martin Roane, lost two fingers at Chancellorsville; dead. James Roark; dead. J. H. Rom. N. Umbarger. William Umbarger, wounded Chancellorsville; died since the war. Ephriam Umbarger,mas J. Wolf, died from wounds received at Chancellorsville. Sampson H. Wolf, killed First Manassa in skirmish near Shepherdstown. Edward Harrison, died from wounds received at Chancellorsville. [4 more...]
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