Brubeck, John, killed at Port Republic, 1862. Blakemore, John R., killed at Second Manassas, 1862. Baker, John, died of disease, 1863. Craig, Alex. S., died of disease, 1861. Carroll, Frank, living at Zack, Va. Clemmer, John C., died prisoner at Fort Delaware, 1864. Clemmer, George L., died since the war. Carson, William, living at Middlebrook. Dunlap, John C., died in Georgia since the war. Gay, A. H., died prisoner at Fort Delaware, 1865. Gladwell, P. F., killed at Port Republic, 1862. Hanger, D. C., living at Spotswood. Harlow, Samuel, living in Missouri. Harlow, Nicholas, living at Rockbridge Baths. Hupp, B. F., killed at Cedar Creek, 1864. Kerr, R. Bruce, died in Georgia since the war. Lotts, Cyrus, killed at Spotsylvania Courthouse, 1864. McCutchan, J. R., living at Middlebrook. McGuffin, Charles W., died since the war. McManamy, James, living at Middlebrook. McKemy, John C., killed at Buford's Station. Miller, David F., living at Moffett's Creek. Manley, Berry, living at Middlebrook. Payne, James, killed at Kernstown, 1862. Risk, John H., died in Indiana since the war. Runnels, Samuel H., died of disease, October 21, 1863. Smiley, Thomas M., living at Moffett's Creek. Snyder, James, living at Middlebrook. Smith, Mordecai, living in Indiana. Spitler, David, died prisoner at Point Lookout. Waid, John W., living in Jersey City, N. J. Waid, William S., died in Indiana since the war. The company was mustered into the service of Virginia at Staunton, April 17, 1861; proceeding at once to Harper's Ferry, was assigned to the Fifth Virginia Infantry, and known thereafter as Company D. The following names were added to the roll of the company during the summer of 1861: Hansbarger, A. H., April 20, transferred to Company I. Beard, Samuel, May 23, killed at Kernstown, 1862.
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Monument to the Confederate dead at the University of Virginia .
Address by Major Robert Stiles , at the Dedication , June 7 , 1893 .
The muster roll [from the Staunton, Va. , Vindicator, March 3 , 1893 .]
Last days of the army of Northern Virginia .
The first Virginia infantry in the Peninsula campaign.
On the life and character of Lieut.-General D. H. Hill ,
William Lowndes Yancey , [from the Moutgomery , Ala., daily Advertiser, April 15 , 1893 .]
The battle of Frazier's Farm , [from the New Orleans, La. , Picayune , February 19 , 1893 .]
The bloody angle.
General Lee to the rear.
General R. F. Hoke 's last address [from the Richmond, Va. , times, April 9 , 1893 .]
The gold and silver in the Confederate States Treasury.
General Joseph E. Johnston 's campaign in Georgia .
The execution of Dr. David Minton Wright
Stonewall 's widow. [ Mrs. Jefferson Davis in the Ladies ' Home journal , Sept. 3 , 1893 .]
Appomattox Courthouse .
Incidents of the surrender of General Lee , as given by Colonel Charles Marshall ,
A monument to Major James W. Thomson , Confederate States Artillery .
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