116 Southern Historical Society Papers.
W. P. Walters, first corporal, killed at Williamsburg; B. Fretwell, second corporal, died 1861; J. P. Jones, third corporal, dead; W. N. Parrott, fourth corporal; J. B. Ambroselli, killed at Gettysburg;
F. A. Bowen, killed at Williamsburg; H. C. Blackwell, J. T. Belew, J. T. Bailey, W. H. H. Brown, B. G. Brown, W. G. Brown, R. C. Brown, G. P. Clarke, dead; W. N. Clarke, M. J. Clements, killed at Gettysburg; M. E. Clements, John L. Coleman, David Dove, dead; Peter L. Davis, Henry T. Davis, T. J. Fulcher, dead; G. R. Fisher, drowned; Eppa Fielding, W. B. Fielding, B. F. Fielding, killed at Bull Run; Elyie Gardiner, dead; J. T. Garrison, A. H. Good, killed at Gettysburg; E. D. Hustin, I. P. Iseman, W. D. Jarman, dead; J. L. Kidd, W. L. Keyton, dead; J. M. Lane, dead;
G. Lowry, dead; J. T. Maupin, dead; Carson Maupin, W. H. McQuary, T. A. Marshall, dead; L. W. Powell, dead; J. W. Ryan, killed at Boonesboro; J. Snead, R. Snead, Z. Sandridge, L. Toombs, killed at Bull Run; J. W. Taylor, dead; A. J. Thurston, dead; George Thurston, dead; R. C. Via, T. Via, E. H. Ward, J. W. Walton, dead; B. F. Wheeler, dead; A. F. Wood, dead; W. T. Wood, dead; E. M. Wolfe, T. B. Wolfe, J. A. Wyant, killed at Dinwiddie Courthouse; W. W. Woods, killed second battle of Manassas; W. P. Woods, J. F. Wiseman. Original number, seventy-one.
Following are the names of recruits:
T. C. Clarke, J. L. Clarke, died in prison; Tobe Clarke, died in prison; Jimmie Harris, C. Ballard, killed at Dinwiddie Courthouse; Marion Ballard, killed at Frazer's Farm; R. Thurston, John Thurs- ton, J. T. Thurston, R. Rea, R. A. Toombs, W. S. Chapman, W. G. Herndon, died at Point Lookout; W. H. Herring, killed at Gettysburg; Charles Racer, W. O. Sandridge, Dick Sandridge, died at Point Lookout; J. R. Slater, Joe Clements, N. Cox, died at Point Lookout; J. Fielding, Hamilton Lasley.
The company was first under fire at Bull Run, July 18, 1861, and was in every battle until the surrender.