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 artillery and assigned to duty in Ordnance Department March 26, 1864, in Colonel H. C. Cabell's Battalion, First corps. Robert S. Bell, who had been captured at Kernstown, rejoined the company October 15, 1862, and subsequent roll shows that he was killed at Rapidan November 17, 1863. W. S. Lacy, joined Aug. 4, 1862, transferred from Woody's Battery. David R. Barton, appointed lieutenant in Cutshaw's Battery, August 19, 1862. James P. Smith, appointed lieutenant of infantry, September 17, 1862, and assigned to duty on General Jackson's staff. John J. Williams, transferred to Chew's Battery October 24, 1862, by order of General Lee. William G. Williamson, appointed lieutenant of engineers, July 9, 1862. A. R. Boteler, Jr., appointed cadet Confederate States Army, September 30, 1862. Beverly R. Jones, appointed hospital steward, October 1, 1862. The following members of the company were discharged at the dates opposite their names for ill-health or for other causes, by orders of the generals in command: J. Gibson Clark, October 5th; J. Gregory Clark, July 13th; George W. Conner, July 11th; John M. Goul, July 13th; Ferd. Hetterick, August 13th; James Rutherford Houston, July 25th; William Hughes, July 22d; L. S. Macon, July 31 (elected sheriff); O. M. Marshall, August 1st; Thompson B. Maury, July 19th; John H. Moore, July 20th; Phil Nelson, August 11th; W. F. Singleton, August 20th; Josiah Smith, October 13th; Walter J. Packard, died in Hanover county, August 13, 1862; Daniel Conner and Charles Grosch, joined July 27, 1862, .at Gordonsville, and left August 2d. The next pay-roll was made out near Port Royal as of December 31, 1862, and the record of the movements of the battery since its last preceding muster of October 31, 1862, near Berryville, is very brief, and as follows: November 1st, marched to Berry's Ferry; 4th, to White Post; 10th, to Winchester; 21st, started to East Virginia [no route indicated], and after fourteen successive days' marching, camped near Rappahannock Academy in Caroline county, reaching it on December 4th; 10th, went six miles below Port Royal, and was engaged with the enemy's gunboats; on the night of December 12th, went to Fredericksburg [starting last and from furthest point down the river, and getting ahead of all the intervening artillery by impressing
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