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Captain.—D. T. Poynor, dead.

Lieutenants.—First, George B. Clark; Second, B. A. Lewis (dead); Third, Charles H. Wilkes (dead).

Sergeants.—First, George Claiborne; first lieutenant (dead); Second, H. H. Heartwell; Third, A. B. Morrison (dead); Fourth, Charles P. Montague (ambulance sergeant).

Corporals.—First, J. J. Percival; Second, W. H. Michael (transferred to 59th Virginia regiment); Third, J. W. Buford (wounded at Gettysburg-dead); Fourth, James T. Lashley.

Privates.—John Bass (dead), J. B. Battle (dead), John F. Bennett (died in service), Alex. Barrow (dead), W. S. Bacon (wounded at Dinwiddie Courthouse), M. A. Clark (dead), Edward W. Crichton, James Crichton (transferred to 12th Virginia regiment, dead), John Clayton (dead), Benjamin D. Clayton (sergeant), George W. Clayton (dead), George E. Clayton, T. F. Duane, J. H. Dameron, George Dameron (died in service), Littleton Edmonds (dead), Thomas Flournoy (dead), Benjamin B. Graves (first sergeant, killed at Gettysburg), Charles Gibbon (dead), John A. Heartwell, W. E. Hammonds (wounded at Gettysburg), Turner Hammonds (sub.), A. W. Hammonds, James H. Hall (wounded at Suffolk), R. W. Hall, William D. Hicks (dead), George Hicks (died in service), Thomas J. Hines (died from wounds), R. C. Haskins, R. E. Haskins, E. M. Harris, Robert Hitchcock, W. H. House (dead), William Hagood (died in service), John Hagood (killed at Gettysburg), George Harrison, captain (dead), D. J. Johnson, Adolphus Johnson, color corporal (killed at Gettysburg), Richard Johnson, John R. Jolly, George H. Jolly (dead), John S. Kelley, James W. Kelly (died in service), F. P. Kirkland (dead), J. M. Kirkland (wounded at Gettysburg), W. J. Kirkland, S. E. Lanier, B. W. Lashley, John Laird (died in service) Peter Laird (died in service), F. E. Lewis (dead), Richard Lewis (sub., died in prison), W. M. Manning, George E, Michael (wounded at Gettysburg), G. W. Mitchell, T. B. Machen (wounded at Gettysburg, killed on retreat from Petersburg), J. H. Machin, S. J. Morrison (dead); (Greenesville county), Myrick Walter (killed at Fort Harrison), Richard E. McCoy (drummer), George Nicholson (dead), (Gosh) Oscar H. Nicholson (dead), Algernon Nicholson, James M. Northington, John H. Newton, second sergeant (dead), M. A. Orgain, sergeant (wounded at Dinwiddie Courthouse), William Orgain, William H. Poyner (killed at Gettysburg), R. H. Prichett (dead), James A. Riddick (lieutenant),

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