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Jordan, M. D. L., Assistant Surgeon, appointed by Secretary of War to rank from May 18, 62. Dec. 31, ‘62, 5th Tennessee at Hospital in Murfreesboro by order W. C. Cavenagh. Polk's Corps Aug. 31, ‘63. In prison at Fort McHenry near Baltimore, Md., Dec. 10, ‘63, 5th Tennessee, Jan. 3, ‘64, 33d Tennessee, Feb. 29, ‘64, returned by Chief Surgeon of Division as having been transferred to Forrest's command.

Jones, Hasting W., Assistant Surgeon, appointed by Secretary of War Sept 26, ‘62, to rank from July 16, ‘62. Passed Board July 16, ‘62. Dec. 31, ‘62, 19th Alabama Regiment, Feb. 28, ‘63, 39th Alabama. May 20, ‘63, passed Board at Shelbyville as Surgeon. April 30, ‘63, 39th Alabama.

Jones, Erastus W., Assistant Surgeon. Passed Board July 14, ‘62. Appointed by Secretary of War to rank from July 14, ‘62, Sept. 3, ‘62, ordered to Gen. Withers, Dec. 31, ‘62, 24th Alabama. March 6, ‘64, ordered to report to Surgeon S. H. Stout.

Jones, John P., Assistant Surgeon. Dec. 31, ‘62, Lenoir's Cavalry, July 17, ‘63, relieved with Lenoir's Cavalry and ordered to report to S. H. Stout.

Johnson, Jno. M., Surgeon. Aug. 25, ‘62, ordered to report to Gen. Hardee, Dec. 24, ‘62, Chief Surgeon Cleburne's Division. Nov. 1, ‘63, reported from Mississippi.

Johnson, Asa A., Surgeon, appointed by Secretary of War to rank from July 23, ‘62. Jan. 31, ‘63, 45th Alabama.

Jones, John C., Surgeon, born in Laurence county, Ala., March 10, 1837. His parents, Tignal and Susan (King) Jones, were born in North Carolina, and descended from ancestry who came in early days from Scotland and Wales. They emigrated to North Alabama, and were among the pioneer settlers of that wealthy and refined community that people the Tennessee Valley in antebellum times. He received his academic education at LaGrange College, Alabama, a noted institution of learning in those days, where he had the advantage of such instructors as Hardy, Wadsworth and Rivers, celebrated educators of the South. Having taken the degree of A. M. he came to Texas in 1856, and joined his parents, who had previously located in San Antonio. After a few months preparation in reading, he went to Scotland and entered the University of Edinburgh. He remained there four years, taking the degree of M. D. The university was then in the zenith of its fame, and numbered among its officers, Sir William Gladstone and Lord Brougham; in surgery, Sir James Syme, of whom it was said:

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