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1038 HISTORY OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE. RANKIN, C. A., Franklin County, was captured at Manchester, Tenn., June 24, 1S63. RAGAN, J. O., Franklin County, fought at Rough and Ready and was captured there, but returned; was wounded at bear Creek Station, Nov. 12, 1864. Served to the close. RAWLINGS, H. H., Kentucky, enlisted at first with the Nineteenth Texas Cavalry, in which he was a lieutenant, but was transferred to this company. REDMAN, J. H., was captured at McMinnville, Tenn., Oct. 6 1863. SHRADER, A. J., Jefferson (or Oldham) County, was captured at Beech Grove, Tenn., June 24, 1863; after exchange he returned to company and stayed to the close. SHRADER, A. J., Jefferson (or Oldham) County, was captured at Alexandria, Tenn., June 3, 1863. SLUCER, JOHN, Shelby County, was in skirmish at Rough and Ready; was wounded at Bear Creek Station, Nov. 12, 1864; served to the close. SHEETS, G., Franklin County. THOMAS, W. S., Shelby County. WHITE, J. S. WYATT, GEO. C, Spencer County, served to the close. WELLS, FRANK, Spencer County, was captured at Manchester, Tenn., June 24, 1863. Died in prison. YAGER, JOHN, Shelby County, served to the close. YOUNT, THADDEUS, Shelby County, was transferred to Sixth Kentucky Infantry, July 9, 1863. COMPANY F. W. K. SHACKLETT, Meade County, captain, was killed in a skirmish at Meadeville (in his home county) soon after enlisting the company. DAN B. TAYLOR, Meade County, captain; promoted from first lieutenant, on the death of Capt. Shacklett. Served to the close. Died at home, 1869. D. R. WEEDMAN, Meade County, first lieutenant; promoted from second lieutenant. J. W. SPINK, second lieutenant. J. H. PYNE, first sergeant. J. P. GREER, first sergeant; promoted from second sergeant. MAHLONR. TAYLOR, Meade County, second sergeant; promoted from third sergeant.