Second-Lieutenant William McCalfee; died 1861, of fever at Camp Ellis, near Manassas. H. Milton Calfee, killed at Frazier's Farm, 1862. Henderson French Calfee, killed at Gettysburg, 1863. William T. Carbaugh, living; wounded at Trent river, N. C. James Calloway, killed at Drewry's Bluff, 1864. Jordan Cox, wounded at Gettysburg, and, I think, died since the war. John F. Deeds, died in hospital in 1862. John A. Douglass, living. Alexander East, wounded at Williamsburg; living. John Easter, killed at Williamsburg, 1862. David French, died since war at home. B. P. French, killed at Gettysburg, 1863, or second battle of Manassas. Zachariah Fellers, wounded at Seven Pines; died at home since. Marshall Foley, captured at Williamsburg and never returned. Hugh M. Faulkner, wounded at Seven Pines; yet living. William Farley, died at home since the war. John M. N. Flick, captured at Williamsburg and never returned. Robert A. George, wounded at Gettysburg, now dead. B. P. Grigsby; living. Peter Grim, captured at Williamsburg and never returned. Granger H. Gore, killed at Seven Pines. William H. Herndon, wounded at Seven Pines; died at home since. L. H. Heptinstall, died in hospital, 1863. Andrew J. Holston, wounded at Frazier's Farm and Gettysburg; yet living. Andrew Hearn, living. James Hearn, living. James T. Hopkins, living; captured at Williamsburg and transferred to the cavalry. George Hill, died with fever, 1861. Joseph H. Hambrick, died since the war. James Holt, supposed to be dead. L. C. Hale, living. George A. Harris, wounded at Seven Pines and yet living.
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Roster of the Alstadt Grays .
The Keysville Guards.
Brilliant Page in history of War. From the Birmingham age-herald, February 4 , 1906 .
Was a Bloody fight.
The slaughter below the Heights .
Virginia Battlefield Park .
Mr. Leigh Robinson 's address.
New England forced slavery.
Constitution and the Constitution .
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