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Charles Williams (search for this): chapter 1.30
urg; Daniel Spencer; Whitfield Spencer, wounded in battle ——--; Robert Shepperson, second lieutenant, died in service; William Stith, lieutenant, wounded, arm shot off at Drewry's Bluff and died from effects; John E. Smith, lieutenant killed at Five Forks; S. D. Spencer, color-bearer, wounded at Gaines's Mill and Gettysburg; William Spencer, sergeant, shot in battle of Five Forks; Charles Snead; Samuel Spencer, killed at Gettysburg; John Dug. Spencer. John H. Thompson; George Tunstall; James T. Tharpe; Robert Taylor, wounded at Williamsburg; James Thomas, killed at first battle of Manassas—first man killed. —— —— Valentine, killed at Seven Pines. Van Buren Watkins, badly wounded at Gettysburg; Luther C. Watkins; Samuel Weil, wounded three times; James Wilkes; Ham Wilkes, transferred to artillery; Thomas Wilkes; C. B. Wilkes; Joseph Wilkes, corporal; Calvin Wilkes; Charles Williams; Thos. C. Wilkerson, wounded in service; William C. Wilkerson, wounded in battle of Fr
R. E. Withers (search for this): chapter 1.30
The Charlotte Rifles. [from the Richmond, Va., Dispatch, September 17, 1899.] A list of the members of this Company. Smithville, Va., September 7, 1899. To the Editor of the Dispatch: Please publish the annexed roll of Company K. This gallant little company was the first from Charlotte county to volunteer its services in the late war. It was a part of the famous 18th Virginia Infantry, commanded by Colonel R. E. Withers until his disability at Gaines' Mill, and then by Colonel H. A. Carrington until the close of the war. It is proposed to record the roll as soon as the same can be as nearly perfected as possible. Any assistance from the survivors of the company in furtherance of this undertaking will be gladly received. Adress either William H. Smith, late captain of company, or J. C. Carrington, Smithville, Va. The roll. Roll of Company K, 18th Virginia Infantry, known as The Charlotte Rifles: Ezekiel V. Adams;——Adkins. William Dennis Bouldin, orderly,
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