HISTORY OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE.
McATEE, H. DELL, Nelson County, served to the close.
McKINLEY, E., Spencer County, was captured at Alexandria, Tenn., June 3, 1864.
MONTGOMERY, JAS. R., Spencer County, fought with company in all engagements to the close.
MONTGOMERY, W. G., Frankfort, served to the close ; was slightly wounded in Sequatchie Valley.
MONTGOMERY, J. BYRON, Frankfort, enlisted in J. Aleck Grant's company, 1862 ; when the men of that company took service with others at Chattanooga, he joined this company (E), and served with it till just before the battle of Mission Ridge; was then promoted to captain, at Harrison, Tenn. (1863), and ordered to report to Gen. W. D. Kelly to act on his staff as ordnance officer; served in that capacity till that brigade was taken out of his division and then became ordnance officer of brigade. Gen. Wheeler ordered him to report to Col. J. Warren Grigsby, commanding brigade of cavalry, and he served with Grigsby and Gen. John S. Williams to the close of the war. Was once wounded in the hand. He fought in the battle of Stone River with Co. B, Second Regiment, Orphan Brigade, of which company his brother, whom he had gone to see, just before the battle, was a member.
MOORE, RICHARD, Franklin County, fought with the company to the close.
MOORE, N. L., Franklin County, fought through to the close. MILLER, D.
ONAN, DENNIS F., Franklin County, was captured once; was killed at Munfordville on Morgan's raid to Ohio.
ONAN, GEORGE, Franklin County, was captured with Morgan in Ohio.
PLASTERS, W. H., Franklin County, was captured with Morgan in Ohio. No other facts known to the writer.
PEARCE, WM., Shelby County, transferred from Co. K, Sixth Kentucky Infantry, May, 1862.
PEARCE, J. WALTER, Shelby County, transferred from Co. K, Sixth Kentucky Infantry, May, 1862.
PRICE, J. H., was captured in October, 1862.
POLSGROVE, GEORGE, Franklin County, was captured at Harrison, Tenn., Nov. 22, 1863.
PARRISH, J. H., Spencer County.
RUCKER, GEORGE, Madison County, was once captured. No other facts known to the writer.
RICE, WM. ("Rough"), Spencer County, served to the close.