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103(i IITSTORY OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE. more Yankee before I die ! " On the last raid the command made he gave out, and was left at a farmhouse. He was afterward seen by Decoursey Jones just before the company surrendered, and when told of the downfall of the Confederacy he declared he would never surrender, and putting spurs to his horse, dashed away. It is said that he got back to Frankfort, but nothing is certainly known. He was a fearless and determined fighter, and looked old enough to have been of mature age when the battle of Waterloo occurred. G-ARR, THO. B., Jefferson County. (See notice of non-commissioned officers of this company.) GARR, J. POLK, Jefferson County, served to the close. GILLILAND, JOHN H. (See notice of non-commissioned officers of this company.) GORDON, MASON, Franklin County, was captured with Morgan in Ohio. GIBBS, ROBERT T., Shelby County, wounded at Bethel Church, Dec. i, 1864; was transferred to this company from Stearns' Tennessee Regiment, with which latter he fought to the close. HOUGHLAND, JOHN, Spencer County, was transferred in April, 1863, to Co. A, Sixth Kentucky Infantry. HAWKINS, G., Franklin County, was captured on retreat from McMinnville; no other facts known to writer. HEADY, MIKE, Spencer County, captured with Morgan in Ohio. HEADY, WALTER, Spencer County, was with company till close. HERRICK, GEORGE, Shelby County, commissary sergeant; was captured at Manchester, Tenn., June 24, 1863, and kept in prison till the war closed. HAGERMAN, S. HAWKINS, ROBERTS., Franklin County, was captured at Harrison, Tenn., Nov. 23, 1863. HARROD, JOHN, Owen County, was captured with Morgan in Ohio. HARP, J. M., Owen County, was captured once; other facts not known. HACKETT, S., Owen County, was transferred to White's Battery, April 30, 1863. HORD, EDWARD, Frankfort, was wounded at Clinton, Ga., Nov. 20, 1863, but recovered and served to the close. JONES, WM. DECOURSEY. (See notice of non-commissioned officers of this company.) JOHNSON, WM. M. (See notice of non-commissioned officers of this company.) KING, J. B., Spencer County. (See notice of non-commissioned officers of this company.)