, killed at South Mountain.
Robert A. Holt, fifth sergeant, wounded.
William T. Guill, first corporal, a color guard, and killed at Gettysburg.
Stanard Booker, second corporal.
Jacob W. Morton, third corporal, wounded at Gettysburg, and captured.
W. W. Berkeley, fourth corporal.
Allen, Joseph, dead; Baker, Elijah, killed at Gettysburg; Baker, John E., died during the war; Beasley, W. D., wounded at Gettysburg; Blankenship, Joel, died during the war; Blankenship, Dick, died during the war; Booker, Horace, discharged early in the war; Brightwell, William, dead; Brightwell, Charles; Breedlove, John W., wounded at Gettysburg; Clark, Charles J., promoted to captain, wounded at Gettysburg; Clark, Elijah W., dead; Clark, E. C., transferred to cavalry; Clark, William, dead; Clark, Floyd, promoted to lieutenant; Calhoun, Adam; Calhoun, John; Creacy, John, a gallant man, promoted to lieutenant, wounded, and captured at Gettysburg; Cronin, S. D.; Crumby, John, disc