ook, Va., October 9, 1864.
Wounded six times.
Thomas (Lynchburg, Va.）
Lost a leg near Bull Run, Va.
Killed at Second Manassas, Va., August, 1862.
Vaughn (Alabama). Killed near Brandy Station, Va., October, 1863.
Wounded at Beverly Ford, Va., June 9, 1863.
Wile, Daniel L.
Yates, T. Frank.
Shot on the nose at Carlisle, Pa., July 1, 1863.
Young (Georgia). Wounded June 9, 1863.
Non-commisioned officers and privates.
10th Ky.; Jno. K. Jones, 3d Va.; R. N. Melton, enrolling officer; J. Herod, 39th Miss.; Wm. D. Nicholas, Clarke's Ky. cavalry; James O'Neil, Miles's Logion; Seymour Richards, 30th Miss.; Joseph F. Sessions, 18th Miss.; John Turpin, 60th Tenn.; John C. Ward, 11th Va.; J. Anderson, 35th Va.; D. F. Buckner, 1st La.; D. Bell, 2d Ky.; A. Boarman, Stafford's staff; H. J. Bird, 15th S. C.; C. L. Bennett, Ward's regiment; B. N. Cocke, 7th Mo.; O. Carr, 26th Va.; B. R. Chinn, 9th La.; W. A. Carter, 48th Ward's regiment; B. N. Cocke, 7th Mo.; O. Carr, 26th Va.; B. R. Chinn, 9th La.; W. A. Carter, 48th Va.; B. W. Cochran, 56th Ga.; W. S. J. Davis, Duke's brigade; H. Gibson, Morgan's division; F. M. Hare, 5th Ark.; R. M. Hare, Ruggles's staff; W. T. Hubbard, 13th Miss.; J. B. Hughes, 11th Ala.; J. W. Johnson, 60th Va.; J. B. Johnson, 12th Miss.; A. K. Jones, 20th Miss.; H. C. Meriwether, 10th Ky.; K. W. McLean, 2d Ky. W. A. H. Shackelford, 26th Miss.; F. Thornton, 36th Va.; B. A. Tracey, 7th Ky.; W. R. White, 12th Ark.; H. J. Webster, 1st Tenn.; W. H. Whearry, Petersburg militia; J. H. Wolff, 3