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1024 HISTORY OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE. COMPANY C. THOMAS A. IRELAND, Owen County, captain, resigned at Fairfield, Tenn., March, 1863, because of disability by disease. Died at home in 1893. JOHN N. WITT, Owen County, captain; promoted from first lieutenant ; was killed by a sharpshooter, while on the skirmish line at Louisville, Ga., Nov. 30, 1864. HAMLET SANFORD, Owen County, first lieutenant; promoted from second lieutenant; captured at Liberty, June 6, 1863. SAMUEL Z. HERNDON, Owen County, second lieutenant; captured at Charleston, Tenn., Dec. 28, 1863. JAMES A. SUTER, Owen County, third lieutenant; promoted from first sergeant. Served throughout the war. JOHN M. HERNDON, Owen County, was transferred from Co. D, Fourth Kentucky Infantry, Jan. 15, 1863. While a member of the Fourth Infantry he was made brigade wagonmaster (at Oakland Station), and served as such till the battle of Stone River, when he was relieved at his own request and took part in that battle. At Tullahoma, shortly afterward (as noted above), he was transferred to this company, with which he took part in the engagements to the close. Surrendered near Savannah River, May 10, 1S65. He was for some time first sergeant of his company. W. E. WITT, Owen County, second sergeant; promoted from third sergeant; was in all the engagements of his command to the close. JAMES HAYDON, Owen County, third sergeant; promoted from fourth sergeant: served to the close. Was drowned at Lock No. 3, Kentucky River, about two years after the war. T. A. SANDERS, Owen County, third sergeant for some time; was in the battle at Perryville and all subsequent engagements to the close. ANTHONY THOMAS, Owen County, fourth sergeant; was in battle of Perryville and all subsequent engagements to the close. Died at home in 1880. W. W. SMITH, Owen County, was for some time fourth sergeant; was in battle of Perryville and all subsequent engagements to the close. J. B. HANCOCK, first corporal. JACKSON ALDRIDGE, for some time first corporal. J. J. THOMAS, Owen County, was for some time first corporal promoted from second corporal. R. M. TRUE, Owen County, second corporal, was at the battle of Perryville and all subsequent engagements to the close. Died at home in 1887.