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 Company A, The Danville Grays, Captain J. Paul Taylor and Lieutenants Perkinson and Conway; thirty-eight men in line. Company F, the Alexandria Light Infantry, Captain George A. Mushbach and Lieutenant A. Bryan; ninety-four men in line, including the drum-corps. Company E, the Lynchburg Home Guard, Captain Frank Scruggs and Lieutenants Seaberry and Faulkner; forty men. Company C, the Farmville Guard, Captain J. R. Martin and Lieutenants Elam and Allen; forty-one men. Company G, of Petersburg, Captain T. F. Heath and Lieutenants Weddell and Barnes; twenty-eight men. The First Regiment occupied the next position in line. Colonel Henry C. Jones and staff were at its head. Preceded by the Regimental Band, led by Professor A. J. Leiss, this well-known organization participated in the parade in the following order: Drum-corps of twenty-one pieces, under Sergeant Edwards. Company A, Richmond Grays, Captain C. Gray Bossieux, Lieutenants Goode and Jeter; 32 men. Company B, Walker Light Guard, Captain Frank W. Cunningham, and Lieutenants Haverty, Russell, and Hinchman; 40 men. Company D, Old Dominion Guards, Captain Charles Gasser, and Lieutenants Crawford and Stringer; 55 men. Company C, Guard of the Commonwealth, Captain George B. Shackelford, and Lieutenants Halstead and Morris; 40 men. Company F, Captain George Wayne Anderson, and Lieutenants Mills and Paynter; 56 men.
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