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Samuel Garland (search for this): article 13
Getting in Trim. --The following companies, all from the South-Side, now encamped at the Central Fair Grounds, have been formed into a Battalion and placed in charge of Major Samuel Garland, Jr. of the Lynchburg Home Guard, viz: Home Guard, Farmville Guards, Rifle Grays, Company A, Nottoway Rifles, Nottoway Grays, Spring Garden Blues, Prospect Blues, and Charlotte Rifles. Their commander is fast succeeding in making the Battalion into a most effective engine of war.
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Getting in Trim. --The following companies, all from the South-Side, now encamped at the Central Fair Grounds, have been formed into a Battalion and placed in charge of Major Samuel Garland, Jr. of the Lynchburg Home Guard, viz: Home Guard, Farmville Guards, Rifle Grays, Company A, Nottoway Rifles, Nottoway Grays, Spring Garden Blues, Prospect Blues, and Charlotte Rifles. Their commander is fast succeeding in making the Battalion into a most effective engine of war. Getting in Trim. --The following companies, all from the South-Side, now encamped at the Central Fair Grounds, have been formed into a Battalion and placed in charge of Major Samuel Garland, Jr. of the Lynchburg Home Guard, viz: Home Guard, Farmville Guards, Rifle Grays, Company A, Nottoway Rifles, Nottoway Grays, Spring Garden Blues, Prospect Blues, and Charlotte Rifles. Their commander is fast succeeding in making the Battalion into a most effective engine of war.