r were killed.
Lieut Joseph G Wiley.
C C Tiffany, David A Shanklin, G C Rutledge, John C Lynch.
W S Patton, Chas A Shanklin, P Savannah, G W Foster, J H Fry, W H Jennings J W Persinger, G J Dihart and cadet C C Wight, were wounded.
The first six severely, and the rest sightly.
Of the "Alleghany Roughs," J Milligan, M Quinline, and B P Stuart were killed, J P Holmes, John Karnes, J P Clarke, A H Read, M Alfred, V B Otey, S S Carpenter, Wm Branham, Wm Fudge, Jas Grady, C Lafarty.
J T Baker, W D Pitzer, and J R Montague were wounded.
The first five badly wounded, and the balance not dangerously.
Of the "Alleghany Rifler," George Noell, Pat Manne, and Pat Conway were killed — David Gilbert, Thomas Holvin, Christopher Fry, Cadet J W Daniel.
Thomas Rose, William A Dawson, and Jacob Landes were wounded; the first three severely, and the rest not dangerously.
Captain S W Brown, of the "Greenbrier Sharp-Shooters," was the only one injured at all of the Company.
He was ba
on, S. C., and M. Bowman, Groenville, S. C., 4th South Carolina regiment; J. R. Paine, Floyd county, Ga.; Randolph Gray, Bibb county, F. Ward, Harris county, S. B Bulkley, Bibb county, Ga, 8th Georgia regiment; Lieut. Col. B. B. Boone, Tishimingo, 2d Mississippi regment; R. M. Walker, Tippah county, Miss. 2d Mississippi regiment; Thomas Hays, New Orleans, Delta Rangers; Lieut. Danott, Alleghany county, Va., 27th Virginia regiment; J. M. McFail, Anderson, S C., 4th South Carolina regiment; George Baker, W. C. Humphreys, F. A Hammond, Atlanta, Ga; J. T. C Calvin, Green county, Ga; James Renshaw, S. Garrett; L Brick, L. H. Grunaling, Atlanta; A. T. Holmes, S. W. Brush, Lewis Estmeal, Savannah, Georgia; W. A. Barron, Rome, Georgia, 8th Georgia regiment; R. Pinkney, Pendleton, S. C., 4th South Carolina regiment; F. F. Grayson, Leesburg, Va., 8th Virginia regiment, and J. O'Brien, Savannah, Ga., 8th Georgia Regiment, taken at Bull Run, John Silks, Abberville, S. C., 2d South Carolina regimen