The officers present, as far as can be remembered, were: Lewis B. Williams
; Frank H. Langley
; Company B— Captain T. Herbert Davis
, Lieutenant Logan S. Robins
, Lieutenant J. A. Payne
and about twenty-five men; Company C—Captain James Hallihan
, Lieutenant John E. Dooley
and about twenty men; Company D—Captain George F. Norton
, Lieutenants E. P. Reeve
, W. H. Keiningham
, Adolphus Blair
and about forty men; Company G—Captain Eldridge Morris
, Lieutenants W. T. Woody
, L. R. Shell
and about thirty men; Company H—Captain A. J. Watkins
, Lieutenants E. W. Martin
, P. C. Cabell
and about thirty men; Company I—Captain B. F. Howard
, Lieutenants W. A. Caho
, H. C. Ballow
and about twenty-five men.
As far as we could we have made out a list of the killed, wounded and missing which is, however, not complete, as many recruits had been recently added to the regiment, and it was, therefore, impossible to give all the names in the long list of casualties.
This refers especially to Company C, which was at that time mostly filled up with recruits.