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 June 15, 1892, A. J. Perdue, Fayette Artillery. November 20, 1892, Joel L. Preston, A, Fifty-eighth Virginia Infantry. September 19, 1889, William H. Quinn, E, Second Virginia Cavalry. April 10, 1885, C. Roach, Lee Battery. April 27, 1886, L. D. Robinson, F, Fifth Virginia Cavalry. May 11, 1886, William Rowles, Johnson's Battery. September 21, 1886, John Raines, I, Thirtieth Virginia Infantry. June 24, 1889, Albert G. Robertson, Heavy Artillery. May 15, 1891, John L. Reid, surgeon Confederate States Army. December 19, 1891, Samuel Rutherford, B, Thirty-sixth Virginia Infantry. October 21, 1891, Thomas Rudd, E, Thirty-second Virginia Infantry. July 29, 1892, John A. Rossen, A, Forty-third Virginia Battalion Cavalry. July 18, 1885, John Shelton, Pegram's Artillery. August 25, 1885, Edward Sweeney, D, Fourteenth Tennessee Infantry. September 15, 1885, F. C. Stainback, A, Twelfth Virginia Infantry. December 9, 1885, Elijah Smith, I, Third Virginia Cavalry. June 5, 1886, Samuel Stott, A, Sixth Virginia Infantry. June 27, 1886, F. W. Simmons, F, Thirteenth Virginia Cavalry. December 21, 1886, Samuel G. Street, C, Tenth Virginia Battalion Heavy Artillery. December 21, 1888, A. E. Sergeant, D, Twenty-third Virginia Infantry. November 23, 1889, T. A. St. Clair, E, Third Virginia Battallion Infantry. January 18, 1890, Emil Scholl, Letcher Battery. July 28, 1890, D. W. Stratton, B, Fourth Virginia Cavalry. October 20, 1890, H. A. Shifflett, Dance's Battery. November 15, 1890, John W. Satchfield, Pegram's Battery. October 30, 1891, Nathan L. Smith, A, Fifty-seventh Virginia Infantry. April 30, 1892, John C. Sutton, Fayette Artillery. May 26, 1892, P. P. Slaughter, fourth colonel Fifty-sixth Virginia Infantry.
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