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1026 HISTORY OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE. DAWSON, GEORGE, Owen County, took part in all the engagements of his company from first to last. "One of the best all-around soldiers," said a comrade, " that I ever saw." He died at home about 1881. DAWSON, J. W. DUNLAP, R. GILES, THOMAS, Owen County, was captured at Snow Hill, Tenn. GODDARD, W. A., Owen County. GLASS, J. M., Owen County, was in the battle of Perryville and all subsequent engagements to the close. GIBSON, R. GUDGELL, ELIJAH, was transferred from Morgan's command, Sept. 25, 1864. HARDY, WM. H., Frankfort, was at first the first lieutenant of J. Aleck Grant's company (1862), but when that company was consolidated with others he reported to Capt. Witt, and was in all engagements to the close. HAYNES, JOHN, was captured at Pulaski, Tenn., Oct. 16, 1863. HARDWICK, JOSEPH, joined by transfer. HARDIN, SILAS D., Henry County, was transferred to Co. D, Fourth Kentucky Infantry (which see), Jan. 15, 1863, and took part in subsequent engagements with that command. HULL, A. J., was transferred to Fourth Kentucky Infantry, Jan. 15, 1863. HALBERT, B. F., died at Sweetwater, Tenn., Sept. 20, 1863. KINCAID, ALFRED, Owen County, was in all the engagements of his company from first to last. Died at home in 1868. KEMPER, BEN F., was capturedat Ultawa, Tenn., Nov. 25, 1863. LUCAS, SQUIRE L., was captured at Charleston, Tenn., and taken to Rock Island, but was afterward brought home sick, and died there. LINN, AARON. LONG, WILLIAM. MULLIN, J. G., wagonmaster. MOSS, THOMAS A., Owen County, was in battle at Perryville and subsequent engagements, including Stone River. After this he was detailed as regimental blacksmith, and, as such, served to the close. MORGAN, JOHN. MORGAN, MINARD. PERKINS, AV. D. PIERCE, R.