380 Southern Historical Society Papers.
[From the Richmond, Va., Dispatch, January 11, 1808.]
COMPANY H, THIRTEENTH VA. CAVALRY.
Its Roster from April 22, 1862, to April 9, 1865.
With the Killed, Wounded, Captured and Promoted A Summary.
LUMBERTON, SUSSEX Co. , VA., January 3, 1898.
To the Editor of the Dispatch :
You having kindly published in your issue of September 2ist (Confederate column), a roll of the Sussex Light Dragoons, I now send by request of several veterans of company " H," I3th Virginia cavalry, a list of those who continued to join us of the Sussex Light Dragoons, from the reorganization of the company, April 22, 1862, to the surrender at Appomattox, April 9, 1865.
None of the following names appear on the roster of the original troop except those of some of the officers who served through the war.
WILLIAM N. BLOW, Captain Company H, i^th Virginia Cavalry.
Captain, W. N. Blow; first lieutenant, H. Q. Moyler; second lieu- tenant, Samuel Birdsong; second lieutenant, P. H. Thorp; first ser- geant, T. A. Dillard; first sergeant, W. L. Adkins.
Sergeants J. L. Chappell, W. H. Dillard, A. T. Dobie, J. D.- Adkins, C. T. Thornton.
Corporals j. H. Dobie, R. P. Bendall, J. L. White, A. F. Har- rison, F. L. Velines, J. A. Barker, Joseph H. Chappell, Sr.
T. W. Adkins, P. G. Anthony, - - Alston, J. S. Bendall, O. P. Bendall, W. P. Bendall, J. R. Bendall, T. A. Barham, W. N. Bell,
G. W. Blow, Brock, W. D. Chappel, G. B. Chappel, W. E.
Chappel, J. H. Chappel, Jr., W. B. Chambliss, W. E. Dillard, S. J. Drewry, R. A. Dobie, J. W. Dobie, C. S. Ellis, W. H. Finch, W. G. Freeman, J. P. Freeman, T. B. Foster, W. E. Glover, Wil-