HISTORY OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE. 1031
HUTCHINS, I. H., Garrard County, wounded and captured at Beech Grove, Jan. 24, 1863.
HUTCHINS, J. P., Garrard County, was captured, and while in prison was shot.
HAIGHT, F. M., Grant County, served to the close.
HOFFHEIMER, SAMUEL, Bullitt County, transferred from an Arkansas regiment, June 1, 1863.
HARP, JAMES A., Tennessee, served to the close.
INGRAM, SAMUEL. .
JONES, C. H., Bullitt County.
JEW, A. J.
KURTZ, G. AV., Garrard County, served to the close. KIMBERLAIN, W. L, Garrard County, joined Morgan's cavalry after enlisting in this company.
KACKLEY, JNO. AV., AVoodford County, transferred to Co. A, Sixth Kentucky Infantry (which see), April, 1863.
LACEY, RICHARD, Bullitt County, was wounded three times; served to the close. Now dead.
LACKEY, JOHN, Spencer County, captured at Charleston, Tenn., Dec. 28, 1863, and was kept in prison till near the close of the war.
LONG, RICHARD, Frankfort, was a member of the First Kentucky Infantry, A. N. V., first year; after enlisting in this company (D) he joined Morgan's cavalry.
LONG, AV. M., Frankfort, killed at Stone River, Dec. 31, 1863.
LESTER, H. P., Frankfort, served to the close.
LUCAS, W. H., Franklin County, served to the close. Died some years after the war.
MORRISON, J. L., Jefferson County, served to the close.
McDOWELL, AVILL, Bullitt County, captured at Beech Grove, Tenn., June 24, 1863, and was kept in prison till the war closed. Now (1898) a citizen of Iowa.
McMILLAN, J. D., Jefferson County, captured at Southville, June 4, 1863.
McINTYRE, AV., Jefferson County, captured. McKENDREE, AV.
McCROCKLIN, AV., Spencer County, was killed at Stone River, Dec. 31, 1862.
McQUEARY, I., Owen County, joined Morgan after enlisting in this company.