1016 HISTORY OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE.
ABELL, ELISHA, Daveiss County, served to the close. He was' one of the picked men engaged at Jug Tavern.
AULL, WM. T., Daveiss County, was in all the engagements of his company till desperately wounded and disabled. Lost a leg in the battle of Saltville, Oct. 2, 1864.
ANDERSON, JAMES, Daveiss County, died of consumption in 1863.
ANDERSON, JOHN, Wilson County, Tenn., enlisted in this company in 1863, and served to the close. Was a student in Lexington, Ky., after the war.
BOWLES, PIUS J., Daveiss County.
BELL, J. HARVEY, Daveiss County, served to the close. Afterward became insane and died in the Western Asylum (at Hopkinsville).
BOSLEY, A. B., Daveiss County, after serving in the ranks till June 24, 1863, he was appointed hospital steward; became subsequently assistant surgeon of regiment -being a medical graduate.
BUTLER, D. B., Daveiss County, was killed at Louisville, Ga.,. Nov. 30, rS64.
BARRON, ALEXANDER, Daveiss County, killed at Louisville, Ga., Nov. 30, 1864.
BARRON, EILBECK, Daveiss County, went with Morgan on the Indiana and Ohio raid, during which he was wounded and captured. Is now (1898) blind.
BRADLEY, WM., Daveiss County, was discharged, Jan. 25, 1863.
CAMPBELL, J. H., Daveiss County, was wounded near Tullahoma, Tenn., July, 1862.
COFFIELD, CAMPBELL, Daveiss County, was captured at Farm-ington, Tenn., Oct. 8, 1863.
CARRICO, JAS. D.
CONYER, JOHN M., was shot in left arm in Sequatchie Valley,. Oct. 2, 1863; was wounded and captured at Snake Creek Gap, May 9, 1864, and died in Rock Island prison.
CARTER, JAS., Daveiss County.
CARLIN, CHARLES P., Daveiss County, went with Morgan on the Indiana and Ohio raid, during which he was captured.
DEANE, S. M., Daveiss County, was discharged July, 1862. Died
in Owensboro in 1S95. DUNCAN, FRANK, Daveiss County.
EWING, J. D., Daveiss County, was captured at Farmington, Tenn., Oct. 8, 1863.
FIELDS, JOHN, Daveiss County, served to the close. Now (1898) an architect, resident in Chicago, 111.
FAULKNER, F. M., was captured July 13, 1864, and imprisoned at Camp Douglas.