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 M. D. Armfield, Captain Eleventh North Carolina Infantry. E. W. Lewis, Captain Ninth Battalion Louisiana Cavalry. J. N. Williams, Lieutenant (or Captain) Sixth Mississippi Infantry. J. T. Ligon, Lieutenant Fifty-third Virginia Infantry (or Twenty-third Arkansas). F. G. W. Coleman, Lieutenant Seventh Mississippi Artillery. J. E. Threadgill, Lieutenant Twelfth Arkansas Infantry. J. G. Shuler, Captain Fifth Florida Infantry. B. J. Blount, Lieutenant Fifty-fifth North Carolina Infantry. J. D. Arrington, Lieutenant Thirty-second North Carolina Infantry. Joseph Lawske, Lieutenant Eighteenth Mississippi Cavalry. John C. Holt, Lieutenant Sixty-first Tennessee Infantry. Samuel Chormley, Blount county, Tennessee. J. W. Moore, Lieutenant Twenty-fifth Alabama Infantry. D. L. Scott, Second Lieutenant Third Missouri Cavalry. William Peel, Lieutenant Eleventh Mississippi. J. L. Land, Lieutenant Twenty-fourth Georgia Infantry. N. T. Barnes, Captain Tenth Confederate Cavalry. John F. McElroy, Lieutenant Twenty-fourth Georgia Infantry. John Q. High, Lieutenant First Arkansas Battalion Infantry. J. C. Long, Lieutenant Sixty-second North Carolina Infantry. B. C. Harp, Lieutenant Twenty-fifth Tennessee Infantry. W. S. Norwood, Lieutenant South Carolina Infantry. R. K. C. Weeks, Second Lieutenant Fourth Florida Infantry. S. P. Sullins, Captain First Alabama Infantry. P. J. Rabeman, Captain Fifth Alabama Infantry. R. H. Lisk, citizen. F. F. Cooper, Captain Fifty-second Georgia Infantry. W. E. Watson, Adjutant First Tennessee Infantry. Albert F. Frazer, Fifteenth Mississippi. W. E. Killem, Lieutenant Fourth Virginia Infantry. F. T. Coppeye, Lieutenant Tennessee Infantry. J. L. Dungan, Private Twenty-second Virginia. S. T. Moore, Second Lieutenant King's Regiment, Alabama Infantry. John J. Gobeau, Lieutenant Tenth Mississippi Infantry.
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