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 T. J. Jackson's command in the Shenandoah Valley, and was assigned to General William B. Taliaferro's (Third) Brigade. Elzey's Brigade was composed of the 10th and 13th Virginia, the 1st Maryland, and 3d Tennessee Regiments, and Taliaferro's of the 10th, 23d, and 37th Virginia, the 3d North Carolina, and 47th and 48th Alabama. The company was designated as Company F, 10th Virginia Volunteer Infantry, and the following roster includes the original enlistments and recruits after entering the Army of the Confederate States of America. Williams, Samuel C.—Captain. Incapacitated because of general debility, and died June 10, 1862. Campbell, Josiah L.—First Lieutenant. Commissioned Captain August 22, 1861, and soon appointed Surgeon 33d Virginia Infantry; was Surgeon of 7th Virginia Infantry one year; then served as Surgeon of 10th Virginia Infantry until May, 1864, when he was assigned Surgeon of Imboden's Brigade. Welsh, Mark—First Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain when Dr. Campbell was made Surgeon of 33d Regiment, and died February, 1862. Fountain, Mehomiah—Second Lieutenant, subsequently Captain. Was injured by falling from a wagon at Centreville, Va., 1862. Surrendered at Gettysburg, July 31, 1863. Imprisoned at Johnston's Island twenty-three months, and died since the war. Magruder, George W.—Second Lieutenant. Was commissioned Surgeon Confederate States Army, and died at Fort Worth, Texas, since the war. McInturff, Levi—Orderly Sergeant, Mexican war veteran, and discharged because of disability. Kibler, Jacob H.—Second Sergeant; elected Captain. Killed at Chancellorsville, May 2, 1863. Magruder, Philip W.-Third Sergeant; elected Lieutenant. Wounded in spine and knee at Chancellorsville, May 2, 1863. Bushong, Edward M.—Fourth Sergeant. Wounded at Cedar Mountain, August 9, 1862, Transferred to cavalry. Williams, Samuel C.—First Corporal. Transferred to Chew's Battery. Died at Broadway, Va., since the war. Bird, Mark-Second Corporal. Wounded at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863; Wilderness, May 5, 1864, and Fort Steadman, March 24, 1865. Surrendered at Fort Steadman and in prison at Point Lookout, Md., three months.
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