ginia, July 18, 1861.
It was known as the Charlotte Grays.
The Regiment went West, and shed its first blood at Fort Donelson, Tennessee.
Returning to Virginia in May, 1862, it was put in Pickett's Brigade, with the Eighth, Eighteenth, Nineteenth, lieutenant.
Thomas N. Read, first sergeant, died since the war.
William P. Morrison, second sergeant, wounded at Fort Donelson, and died.
Thomas B. Smith, third sergeant, wounded at Gettysburg.
Peyton R. Lawson, fourth sergeant, killed atSmith, Edward, dead; Smith, William Henry; Smith, Lea, killed at Gettysburg; Sharpe, Josiah; Steele, Pete, wounded at Fort Donelson and Gettysburg; St. John, Alexander, killed at Gettysburg; Thomas, Rice, killed at Fort Donelson, first man killed inFort Donelson, first man killed in the company; Trent, Booker, died 1862; Vaughan, Merritt, died 1862; Williams, W. W., died since the war; Williams, Charles B., died since the war; Williams, Thomas, died during the war, at Gettysburg; Williams, C. W.; Williams, A. L. P., gallant co
rkable and exciting Incidents–Surrender of Fort Donelson.
To the Editor of the Dispatch:
, General Floyd's Brigade was sent to Fort Donelson, Tennessee.
My battery proceeded to Clarksvillerom where we were conveyed by a steamer to Fort Donelson, leaving all our baggage behind, which we ts made a desperate and powerful attack on Fort Donelson.
The cannonading was terrific and incessarals Floyd and Pillow, on the steamer from Fort Donelson, to Nashville, Tennessee, February 16, 186d to perform that duty, and he surrendered Fort Donelson to General U. S. Grant on the morning of ter of them were exchanged.
The capture of Fort Donelson was one of General Grant's first importantls Floyd and Pillow made their escape from Fort Donelson and reached Nashville the next morning.
of Nashville in consequence of the fall of Fort Donelson.
Hopes were entertained by many of the cinia.
My company having been captured at Fort Donelson, and not having any command to report to,
4; his remarkable career, 367; beauty of is character, 370; his gentleness and fidelity to principle, 371; his tenderness, 372; his public service 373; his capacity for government, 375: demeanor in prison, 377.
De Lagnel, Colonel J. A., 233.
Donelson, Fall of Fort, 317.
Donohoe, John C., 138
Duel of Clingman and W. L. Yancey, 304.
Duke, Colonel Basil, 194.
Early, General Jubal A.; an unrepentant rebel, 176; disparity between his and Sheridan's forces, 179.
Ellyson, Hon., J. Taylattalion, Armory Guards, with roster, 231.
Flag, History and description of the Confederate, 117.
Flournoy, Colonel T. S., 133.
Ford, Captain N. P., 284.
Forrest. Dispatch of General N. B., to General L. Polk, 92.
Forts; Curtis, 197.
Donelson, 197, 317.
Fisher, 276, Henry, 198. Morris' Island, 228.
Sumter, 14, 228.
Franklin, Tenn., Carnage at battle of, 189.
Frazier's Farm, Battle of, 102.
Fredericksburg, Battle of, 99.
Front Royal, May 23, 1862, Battle of, 131.