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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.62 (search)
. Harwood, John Hicks, Oliver Hockaday, dead; Gustavus Hope, J. W. Hubbard, G. W. James, wounded, dead; ——Jeter, unknown; J. P. Johnson, B. A. Marston, dead; J. W. Marston, T. P. Marston, D. W. Marston, M. J. Martin, dead; M. Mattingly, dead; George Meanley, dead; ——Moon, Wm. Mountcastle, George Mountcastle, John Mountcastle;—— Muir, killed; F. C. Newman, dead; Archer Pamplin, unknown; Sam. Pettit, killed; W. M. Pierce, N. D. Piggott, dead; Hamilton Richardson, killed; C. H. Richardson, G. W. Richardson, Walter Shackford, killed; Sydney Smith, dead; Tom Sparrow, unknown; R. M. Spencer, killed; G. W. Stewart, dead; W. M. Taylor, Cyrus Tyree, dead; W. B. Vaiden, Algernon Vaiden, dead; Vulosko Vaiden, prisoner, dead; Robert Warburton, dead: Southey Ward, unknown; H. B. Warren, Watkins Warren, unknown; Robert Watkins, R. C. Whitaker, dead; G. W. Whitaker, R. C. Whitaker, dead; G. M. Whitaker, A. B. Willis, killed; Sam. Wooten, wounded; Tom Wynne, dead. Notes. Casualties: Ki
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.64 (search)
Richardson guard. [from the Richmond Dispatch, June 23, 1896.] Muster-Roll of this Madison county Company. Richmond, Va., June 1, 1896. To the Editor of the Dispatch: I herewith enclose the muster-roll of the Richardson Guards, which became Co. A, of the 7th Virginia Regiment, and will be obliged if you will publish it in your Confederate column. Many of the survivors of this company write me they will be here at the reunion, and it will please them to see this list in your paper. Yours respectfully, Catlett Conway. The Roll. Company A, 7th Virginia Infantry, Kemper's Brigade, Pickett's Division, Longstreet's Corps, was organized at Madison Courthouse a few months before the John Brown raid, and was on guard at Charlestown during the trial and execution of some of that notorious band. It was composed of young men between the ages of eighteen and twenty-five, sons of some of the best citizens of the county. A large majority of them had been educated at some o