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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Hanover Grays. (search)
ardson, Peter (dead). Short, William Neander. Smith, William H. (wounded and dead). Smith, William C. (killed near Ashland, Va.). Southard, John (wounded and dead). Snyder, Stephen (discharged; dead). Taliaferro, William (discharged; dead). Talley, George T. (discharged). Talley, John A. J. (killed at Sharpsburg). Talley, Ezekiel S. (killed at Sharpsburg). Talley, Walter (wounded and dead). Talley, Williamson (dead). Talley, Charles A. (dead). Talley, William E. Thacker, Philip (dead). Thomas, Richard A. Thomas, R. H. (dead). Timberlake, Junius (dead). Tomblin, John H. Tyler, Davis. Via, Andrew (discharged). Via, William H. Warren, James B. (dead). White, Lee (killed at Drewry's Bluff). Wicker, William (killed at Sharpsburg). Wright, George W. Wright, Gus. W. (wounded). Wright, Joseph (dead). Wright, Silas (dead). Wyatt, Charles. Wyatt, William (dead). From the Times-Dispatch, October 21, 1906.\
ates Lynch and Martin. Company C--Wounded: Privates John Rantfrow.--Pierce, Corp'l Ting. Company D--Wounded: Privates Russell and Turpley. Company E--Wounded: Privates T C Card, J P Collins, J D Alman, J M Singleton. Missing: Private R Harrol. Company F--Killed: Corporal Black, Privates W H H Bridges, W C Buise. Wounded: Privates S P Barret and B Thomson. Missing: Serg Garrison. Private J B Wire. Company G--Killed: Private Gray; Wounded: Privates Conley, Wilder, Tomblin, Speer, Johnson. Company H--Wounded: Privates John Yarboro, J Allen, and Turner. Company I--Wounded: Corp'l J G Hanes, Privates N S Bates, A J Ayres. Company K--Wounded: Private Dye. These are our casualties, which, through the providence of God, we are thankful are no greater. May Heaven comfort the be reaved at home. They fell like men worthy of the cause in which they were engaged, and the sacrifice of such noble souls can never have any other effect than to alienat