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1018 HISTORY OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE. MOSELEY, D. P., Daveiss County, served to the close. Now (1898) a citizen of Ohio County. MOSELEY, J. W., Daveiss County, captured at Charleston, Tenn. Dec. 28, 1863, after having taken part in all the operations of his company to that time. Was not exchanged till March, 1865 after which he returned to his command. Is now (1898) a citizen of Ohio County. MORRIS, WM., Daveiss County, served till the close. Had served during the Mexican War. McDANIEL, WALTER. (See account of the Hopkins County fight after Chapter V.) Is now (1898) a citizen of Texas. McDANIEL, IGNATIUS, Daveiss County, died at Bowling Green Dec. 1S61. McKAY, J. C, Daveiss County, served to the close. Now (1898) a citizen of Mississippi. MORTON, JAS. S., Ohio County, was a lieutenant of an infantry company; served afterward as private in this company (A); was subsequently a lieutenant in the Tenth Kentucky Cavalry. Now (1898) a citizen of Hartford, Ky. MORTON, DAVID, Daveiss County, enlisted from Memphis, Tenn., and served to the close. McBRIDE, WM., Daveiss County, served to the close. Died at home in 1892. MILLER, W. H. MURPHY, T. M., Daveiss County, served to the close. MONOHAN, PAT, Daveiss County, served to the close. Died at home in 1889. MAHAN, PAT, died in prison. MELTON, ALEXANDER, Daveiss County, was wounded and captured at Sweeden's Cove, May, 1862. MOORMAN, S. M., Daveiss County, was regimental commissary; afterward commissary of brigade for Gen. Hanson; then post-commissary at LaGrange, Ga., where he-died before the war closed. NELSON, WILLIAM, Ohio County, was a minister of the Christian Church; served for awhile as chaplain of the First Kentucky; was discharged in July, 1862. He died at home some time after the war. NASH, JOHN W., Daveiss County. PRIEST, L. L., a native Kentuckian who enlisted from Memphis, Tenn., served to the close. Is now (1898) a citizen of Montgomery County. PARK, N. G., Daveiss County, served to the close. Died at home in 1892.