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 Oakwood; C. W. Estes; William David Early, died since the war, lost an arm at Frazier's Farm; T. L. Evans, killed at Gettysburg; W. H. Fray; R. B. Faulkner; W. N. Ford, dead; John Ford; S. H. Finks, dead; M. F. Finks; William H. Gaar; W. W. Gooding, killed at Frazier's Farm; John W. Gully; G. W. Gullyhugh; William S. Hume; J. Booton Hill; J. H. Huffman; John Hunton; John W. Hawkins; James Harrison, died in hospital; Alfred W. Jones; E. O. Jones, killed at Gettysburg; John H. Jackson; George Jackson; John W. Keeser; John W. Layton, dead; John Lightfoot, dead; John H. Lillard; H. M. Lillard; John Leetch; W. J. Lacy; D. W. Lacy; James T. McClarey; T. J. Newman, seriously wounded at First Manassas, died since the war; T. W. Nicol; John W. Price; J. C. Rush; Thomas Rush; T. E. Rowzee, died since the war; John M. Reynolds; R. A. Seal, died since the war; John Story, killed at Frazier's Farm; C. Sisk; R. T. Snyder, dead; W. Sheppard, dead; R. S. Thomas; Edward Tatum, killed at Seven Pines; Robert Tansill, promoted to sergeant-major of the Seventh Regiment; William Watson, promoted to color-bearer of the Seventh Regiment; George Mason Wallace; Michael Wallace, courier with General Kemper; John W. Wayland; James E. Wayland; B. F. Weaver, transferred to the quartermaster department; E. F. Weaver, transferred to the quartermaster department; C. C. Yager, transferrred to the commissary department. The original name of this company was ‘The Richardson Guards,’ named in honor of the then Adjutant-General of the State. I am largely indebted to Lieutenant William F. Harrison, now a prosperous merchant at Madison Courthouse, Va., for assistance in getting up this roll of the old company. The original officers of the company were transferred to other branches of the service. Lieutenant N. W. Crisler was appointed quartermaster of Kemper's Brigade, with rank of major. note—Captain William O. Fry, Lieutenant T. V. Fry, and Lieutenant George N. Thrift were each wounded several times, but died since the war. First Sergeant James Watson was killed at Boonsboro, Md. Second Sergeant W. B. Carpenter was killed near Drewry's Bluff. Most of those marked dead died from wounds. Nearly every man who remained with the company was wounded one or more times.
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