Private, Co. B; died a prisoner, in Jan. 1865, at Florence, S. C.
Private, Co. K, wounded; exchanged, March 4, 1865, at Goldsboro, N. C.; discharged, Aug. 24, 1865, at General Hospital, Worcester, Mass.
Brown, Jesse H. Private, Co. B, wounded; exchanged, March 4, 1865, at Goldsboro, N. C.; returned to regiment, June 8, 1865.
Private, Co. E; died a prisoner, Feb. 12, 1865, at Florence, S. C.
Cogswell, George E. Private, Co. D; died a prisoner, June 17, 1864, at Charleston, S. C.
Private, Co. B; died a prisoner, at Charleston, S. C.; no date.
Corporal, Co. F; exchanged, March 4, 1865, at Goldsboro, N. C.; returned to regiment, June 6, 1865.
Gardner, Ralph B. Corporal, Co. A; exchanged, April 13, 1865, at Wilmington, N. C.; discharged, July 27, 1865, at General Hospital, Annapolis, Md.
Private, Co. B; exchanged, March 4, 1865, at Goldsboro, N. C.; discharged, June 24, 1865, at An
The rebel soldiers set up a broad laugh, and the last my informants
A company of Western Virginians, who deserted the sinking ship of the conspirators, and came into our lines yesterday, tells this story, which is well authenticated by the circumstances.--some thirty in all, including four commissioned officers — saw of the Adjutant, he was stalking away, with the order in his hand, ejaculating derisively, Over the left!
in a horn!
and what will come next!
Big Shanty, Georgia, June 17, 1864.
Joe Johnson holds steadily on his position, twenty-six miles north of Atlanta, though the heavy skirmishing along his front for the past three days, has compelled him to sharply define his lines.
His line is now closely circumscribed by ours.
In no place are the hostile parallels more than a musket-shot apart.
The rebel right rests on Kenesaw Mountain, on the railroad, four miles north of Marietta, their left on Lost Mountain, some six miles west of Kinesaw.
Between these two f
catory look would often allay a passion or stay a profane word.
He was as quick as lightning to perceive, yet so conscientious that he never assumed to act without full intelligence of what he was to do. I could trust him as well absent as present, and he never failed me.
At last he could not be withheld longer from his company, and especially after being promoted to the post of honor—colorbearer of his regiment, with rank of lieutenant.
He fell at that post, flag in hand, on the 17th of June, 1864, gloriously, while his regiment was forced back and his gallant major, Hill, lost an arm in saving his person and his flag from the enemy.
He lingered feebly in the hospital until his colonel took him to his house in Goochland, where he was fondly nursed as by a father and mother.
Alas! he was too feeble when struck to recover from the blow.
A brighter, braver, better soul never took flight from earth to heaven, from time to eternity.
I would write on the tablet of his tomb: Lieut
25, ‘64; 1st Lieut. Jan. 20, ‘65; M. O. Nov. 30, ‘66.
A., priv., (K), Aug. 13, ‘61; 24; wounded July 3, ‘63; M. O. Aug. 28, ‘64.
B., priv., (K), Aug. 8, ‘62; 22; wounded July 3, ‘63; disch.
expir. term Oct. 2, ‘64.
Newhall, Jos. W., priv., (H), Dec. 9, ‘61; 26; disch.
disa. Oct. 26, ‘62 at Boston, by Col. Day.
Newhall, Theron P., priv., (A), Aug. 20, ‘61; 24; died July 12, ‘62, Gen. Hosp., Portsmouth, Va., as Newhall.
R., priv., (G), June 17, 1864; 24; sub. D. S. Stoddard; died of w'nds Aug. 14, 1864.
Nichols, E. Augustus, mus., (C), Aug. 10, ‘61; 16; wounded May 10, ‘64; re-en.
Dec. 21, ‘63; M. O. June 30, ‘65.
Nichols, Edwin O., priv., (D), Aug. 19, ‘61; 25; deserted July 21, ‘62.
Nichols, Gilman F., priv., (A), Aug. 10, ‘61; 18; killed in action Dec. 13, ‘62, Fredericksburg.
Nichols, James, priv., (F), Mar. 11, ‘64; 26; wounded May 7, ‘64; M. O. June 30, ‘65; see H, 4th regt., 9 mos