HISTORY OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE. 1027
QUISENBERRY, JAMES, was an old man, and generally stayed with the wagons and looked after the disabled horses.
RAZOR, ADAM, Owen County, served well and faithfully till June 20, 1864. When the command was near Pine Mountain, on the Dalton-Atlanta campaign, he and Spot Clarkson (S. B.), of Co. F., got into a dispute at the wagon camp in rear of the line (both belonging to a detail sent back to get rations for the men at the front), in the course of which both men fired, and Clarkson was killed. Razor was mortally wounded and died five days afterward.
RAZOR, HENRY, Owen County. No facts known to the writer. Died some years after the war.
RAZOR, DAVID, Owen County, was in the battle of Stone River and all subsequent engagements to the close. Died at home about 1873-
ROBERTS, H. S., was killed at Snake Creek Gap, May 9, 1864. ROMANS, J. AV. SMOOT, AV. A.
SCRUGGS, MARCELLUS, Owen County, was captured at Charleston, Tenn., Dec. 28, 1863, and imprisoned at Rock Island.
SARGENT, JAMES K., was captured at Liberty, June 7, 1863.
SMITH, R., died at Sparta, Tenn., May 21, 1863.
SMITH, MITCHELL, teamster, was captured at Ultawa, Tenn., Nov. 25, 1863.
SMITH, S. P., Owen County, took part in the battle at Stone River and in all subsequent engagements to the close. Is now (1898) a citizen of Fort Worth, Tex.
SMITH, LEWIS, driver of ambulance.
SMITH, GEORGE AV.
STOFLETT, JOHN, was captured at Harrison, Tenn., Nov. 20, 1863. Died of small-pox in Rock Island prison, January, 1864.
SNELSON. B. R., was transferred to Bullitt's command, Nov. 10,
1863. SCOTT, JAMES. STAMPER, AV., Owen County.
SUTER, NATHANIEL, died at Fairfield, Tenn., March 8, 1863.
THOMAS, SPENCER, Owen County, was in all the engagements of his company to the close.
THOMAS, FRANK, Owen County, was in all the engagements of his company to the close.
THOMAS, GEORGE AV., Owen County, was in all the engagements of his company to the close.