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Robert Clark (search for this): article 4
[Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.]organization of a military company. Keysville, Jan. 2, 1862. A company for the artillery arm of the service was organized at this place on the 31st ult. It resulted in the selection of the following commissioned officers: A. W. Bailey, Captain; G. N. Ralls, First Lieutenant; A. J. Eubank, Second Lieutenant; Lt. Robt. Clark, Third Lieutenant. The company is intended for the State service. It is composed of good material, and will make a mark in the present war. Juniu.
G. N. Ralls (search for this): article 4
[Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.]organization of a military company. Keysville, Jan. 2, 1862. A company for the artillery arm of the service was organized at this place on the 31st ult. It resulted in the selection of the following commissioned officers: A. W. Bailey, Captain; G. N. Ralls, First Lieutenant; A. J. Eubank, Second Lieutenant; Lt. Robt. Clark, Third Lieutenant. The company is intended for the State service. It is composed of good material, and will make a mark in the present war. Juniu.
A. W. Bailey (search for this): article 4
[Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.]organization of a military company. Keysville, Jan. 2, 1862. A company for the artillery arm of the service was organized at this place on the 31st ult. It resulted in the selection of the following commissioned officers: A. W. Bailey, Captain; G. N. Ralls, First Lieutenant; A. J. Eubank, Second Lieutenant; Lt. Robt. Clark, Third Lieutenant. The company is intended for the State service. It is composed of good material, and will make a mark in the present war. Juniu.
A. J. Eubank (search for this): article 4
[Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.]organization of a military company. Keysville, Jan. 2, 1862. A company for the artillery arm of the service was organized at this place on the 31st ult. It resulted in the selection of the following commissioned officers: A. W. Bailey, Captain; G. N. Ralls, First Lieutenant; A. J. Eubank, Second Lieutenant; Lt. Robt. Clark, Third Lieutenant. The company is intended for the State service. It is composed of good material, and will make a mark in the present war. Juniu.
[Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.]organization of a military company. Keysville, Jan. 2, 1862. A company for the artillery arm of the service was organized at this place on the 31st ult. It resulted in the selection of the following commissioned officers: A. W. Bailey, Captain; G. N. Ralls, First Lieutenant; A. J. Eubank, Second Lieutenant; Lt. Robt. Clark, Third Lieutenant. The company is intended for the State service. It is composed of good material, and will make a mark in the present war. Juniu.
January 2nd, 1862 AD (search for this): article 4
[Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.]organization of a military company. Keysville, Jan. 2, 1862. A company for the artillery arm of the service was organized at this place on the 31st ult. It resulted in the selection of the following commissioned officers: A. W. Bailey, Captain; G. N. Ralls, First Lieutenant; A. J. Eubank, Second Lieutenant; Lt. Robt. Clark, Third Lieutenant. The company is intended for the State service. It is composed of good material, and will make a mark in the present war. Juniu.