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Mexican Veterans.

The following is a list of the Mexican veterans who joined in the parade: Robert G. Scott, captain Company A, First regiment Virginia volunteers; John Poe, private, Company A, First regiment Virginia volunteers; Josiah Heller, Company H, First regiment Virginia volunteers; James H. Barnes, Company E, First regiment Virginia volunteers; Theoderick Nunnally, Company G, First regiment Virginia volunteers; William M. Yates, Company M, First regiment Virginia volunteers; W. H. Britt, Company D, First regiment Virginia volunteers; Charles A. Jones, Company C, First regiment Pennsylvania volunteers; Robert Thomas, Ruggle's battery, United States army; John Rutter, Voltigeur regiment, United States army; Henry J. Richardson, United States navy; James Levar, Company A, Eleventh Pennsylvania volunteers; Andrew L. Crouch, First Alabama regiment; Charles J. Jones, Company I, First regiment Virginia volunteers.

These veterans were commanded by Captain Scott, first captain of the Richmond Grays, and who volunteered for the Mexican war. There are few of them residents of this city, but among them are Generals D. H. Maury, B. D. Fry, D. A. Weisiger, Dr. J. L. M. Curry, and Major John Poe, all of whom were in the procession.

J. Bowie Strange Camp, Confederate Veterans, 200 men, General T. L. Rosser commanding, Charlottesville, Va.

Camp Garrett Veterans, 30 men, Captain C. L. Thompson commander, Huntington, W. Va.

Winchester camp, Colonel E. Holmes Boyd commander, Winchester, Virginia.

Louisa county, Virginia, 82 men, Colonel T. Smith commander.

Frederick county Maryland camp, Rev. C. Randolph Page commander.

Thirteenth Virginia Infantry, 210 men, Major R. O. Peatross commander, Caroline county, Virginia.

Randolph Thirtieth Virginia Infantry, 30 men, Lieutenant M. H. Wilson commander, Beverley, West Virginia. [284]

Person county, North Carolina Veteran Association, 30 men, J. A. Long Prescott commander, Roxboroa, North Carolina.

Ninth Virginia cavalry, 200 men, General R. L. T. Beale commander, Westmoreland county, Virginia.

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