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John Dolan. Wounded at Fort Donelson—the first man wounded in the company. He was struck from a long distance by a spent ball and knocked down. He took it to be a joke, and jumped up and said: ‘Look here, boys; I don't mind joking a bit, but this is carrying the thing too far, and the first one of you that hits me again that way I mean to knock him down.’ The boys laughed, and he soon found out better. Poor, old man, he is still living now, and suffers to this day from that spent ball, which raised a great black spot but did not break the skin. Nevertheless, it turned out to be a most serious wound.

Joseph Coffee.

James Dameron.

D. Dameron. Dead.

Thomas Cameron. Dead.

John T. Denton. Dead.

James Eads. He is still living, and was also a soldier in the Mexican war.

Thomas E. Ferguson.

William Gallaway. Killed in battle.

G. D. Glover. Dead.

Thomas Gunter. Dead.

Thomas Goode. Dead.

R. B. Gunter. Dead.

Joseph Goode. Dead.

Thomas J. Hudson.

Marion Hackett. Missing and supposed to have been killed in the battle of Gettysburg.

Benjamin Jones. Killed in one of the battles before Richmond.

Addison H. Lane.

Alfred Moseley. Lost his life from illness and hardship in the retreat from Fort Donelson.

Andrew J. McCauley. A gallant young soldier; killed in battle.

Philip Moon. Dead.

Hartwell Moore. Dead.

Robert Moore. A nurse left at Russellvile, Ky., but took part in the fight at Russellville, Ky., of the two Generals Crittenden, two brothers on opposite sides, and escaped by galloping across the bridge at Nashville, Tenn., while it was burning.

Edward Maxey. Dead.

E. L. Maxey. Dead.

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