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Roster of Amelia Troop. 17
Officers and Men.
Weisiger, Samuel S., captain at the beginning of the war; resigned July 21, 1S61.
Irving, Charles R., promoted captain July 21, 1861 ; promoted major of the regiment July 16, 1863.
Gills, J. M., second lieutenant; promoted first lieutenant July 21, 1862, and held the office until the reorganization, in May, 1862.
Gills, Robert, junior second lieutenant; resigned in May, 1861.
Wilson, William R., elected junior second lieutenant in May, 1861 ; appointed assistant surgeon of the regiment in May, 1862. He, with many other surgeons, was left behind after the Battle of Sharpsburg, to assist in attending to the wounded of both armies, and when their duties were done, they were imprisoned in Fort McHenry.
Southall, Frank W., elected first lieutenant at the reorganiza- tion, in May, 1862; promoted captain July 16, 1863; wounded in the Valley Campaign in 1864.
Jeter, Henry Allen, elected second lieutenant in May, 1862 ; promoted first lieutenant in July, 1863.
Johns, Richard D., elected junior second lieutenant in May, 1862; promoted second lieutenant July 16, 1863; wounded at Cedar Creek.
Adams, Edward T., private.
Adams, William, wounded at Spotsylvania Courthouse.
Archer, Adolphus, died in the service.
Bland, Robert E., wounded at Haw's Shop.
Bland, John, died in the service at Fredericksburg.
Blanton, James A., corporal.
Blanton, Robert W., quartermaster-sergeant during the whole war.
Booker, Peyton, second corporal ; died in the service.
Boisseau, Watson, lost an arm at Nance's Shop.
Boisseau. John P., wounded in the Valley and died from the effects of the wound after the war.