Their perseverance in serving the Lord proved that they had on the gospel-armor.
Many of them lived through the war, and came out of it strong in the faith of God.
Others fell on the field of battle instantly killed.
They departed covered with the honors of war and with the glory of a saving faith in Christ.
Their record below was one of Christian fidelity — on high, no doubt, it was acceptable to God.
Among those who deserve to be specially mentioned are the names of Major John Stewart Walker, an upright, conscientious Christian, and one of the purest men I believe that ever died or lived-also Lieutenants Melville C. Willis and Jones Daniels.
The last named two were bosom friends, who likewise fell instantly killed.
On the same field and about the same time their lives were yielded a sacrifice to the Southern cause.
They were lovely and pleasant in their lives, and in death they were not separated.
Besides those of the 15th, I have quite a large number of names o