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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Cumberland Grays, Company D, Twenty-first Virginia Infantry. (search)
effectually that the entire brigade in an instant took up the same weapons. With what effect, history has told. At the roll-call of the company at the reunion it was seen that of the 103 officers and men who were enlisted only forty-eight were living. The following is a list of those who were killed or died since and during the war: Captain F. D. Irving, died since the war. Captain A. C. Page, died since the war. Lieutenant C. H. Anderson, killed at Fisher's Hill. Lieutenant E. E. England, killed at Petersburg. Sergeant-Major William Denny, died since the war. Sergeant M. J. Dunkum, died since the war; lost a leg at Brandy Station. Sergeant W. S. Anderson, died at Valley Mountain. Sergeant Bolden Brown, died in 1862. Sergeant D. M. Coleman, killed at Fisher's Hill. Corporal W. M. Cooke, wounded; died since the war. Privates. Ayres, T. J., wounded; died since the war. Anderson, Meredith, killed at Kernstown. Austin, M. G., wounded at Get
The Express also states, for-the benefit of travelers, that the road between Dunlop's crossing and Petersburg is infested by highwaymen, who daily waylay and rob solitary pedestrians, and urges upon all who have occasion to pass that way to go well armed, and not alone, if possible. Terry's brigade. The following is a list of the casualties among the officers in Terry's brigade, Gordon's division, in the fight in front of Petersburg on Saturday morning last: Killed: Lieutenant E. E. England, company D, Twenty-first Virginia regiment. Wounded: Major Richardson, Forty-second Virginia regiment, body, badly; Captain O. J. Hayes, company C, Twenty-first Virginia regiment, leg, slight; Captain R. J. Jordan, company F, Twenty-first Virginia regiment, head, slight; Captain Charles A. Draper, Forty-eighth Virginia regiment, right shoulder, badly; Lieutenant Flenor, Forty-eighth Virginia regiment, right shoulder, badly; Captain A. L. Spangler, company A, Tenth Virginia regi