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1000 HISTORY OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE. AUGUSTUS M. HEAD, Oldham County, was in all the engagements of his command to the close. (Member of Co. B, second organization.) JAMES COLLINS, Shelby County, first corporal. After twelvemonth term expired, he joined Morgan's Cavalry, with which he served to the close. Died at home in 1896. J. S. HINKLE, Oldham County, second corporal. At expiration of twelve-month term he joined Morgan's Cavalry, with which he continued to serve. SILAS YEAGER, Shelby County, third corporal. After twelvemonth term expired he joined Morgan's Cavalry, with which he continued to serve. JAMES H. RUDY, Jefferson County, fourth corporal. (See biography.) ABBOTT, WM. R., Hart County, after expiration of term of enlistment joined a company in Vaughan's Tennessee cavalry, in which he became an officer. * Was once severely wounded in East Tennessee. BECKLEY, JOHN H., Jefferson County, died of disease at Fairfield, Tenn., February, 1863. Was in all battles up to death. BELL, THOMPSON, Jefferson County, served to end of enlistment. BAXTER, CHARLES, Jefferson County, served to end of enlistment. BOOKER, AUGUSTUS, Jefferson County. BALL, GEO. WASHINGTON, Jefferson County, captured at Sweeden's Cove. BEARD, STEPHEN, Spencer County, served to end of enlistment. Died at home about 1890. BOSLER, HENRY. BENTON, PARKER, Oldham County, reenlisted in Fourth Kentucky Cavalry at the end of twelve-month term, and served to the close. COLEMAN, JOHN, Jefferson County, after expiration of twelvemonth term joined Morgan's cavalry, with which he served to the close.- Oo"q: 3rt Keah KV LoaT. qZH&cuyU) 0 Q CRUM, BEELER, Oldham County, after expiration of twelve-month term, joined Morgan's cavalry, with which he served to the close. CAMP, B. F., Jefferson County. (See Co. B.) CROW, F. M., Oldham County, was captured at Muldraugh's Hill, but escaped. Was killed at Lebanon, July 4, 1862. DORSEY, WARREN, Shelby County, served to end of twelve-month term and then joined another command, with which he served to the close. DORN, JULIUS, Jefferson County, was a corporal, then commissary sergeant. Served to the end of enlistment.