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Page 1040 of History of the Orphan brigade

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1040 HISTORY OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE. LASLEY, A. LEWIS, O. A. McGLASSON, H. C. McCLELLAN, J. F. MAYS, C. PL, Hardin County. OSBORNE, B. L. PHILPOTT, B. R. PHILLIPS, J. H., was captured at Liberty, June 4, 1S63. PYNE, T. H., was captured at Liberty, June 4, 1863. PERRY, S. P. PERRY, A. C. RICHARDSON, D. F., Meade County. REED, E., was captured at Green River, Ky., Aug. 17, 1863. RIPPENSTEIN, J. K., captured at Liberty, Tenn., June 4, 1863. ROBERTS, J. STITH, J. P., Hardin County. STITH, FRANCIS M., Meade County, served to the close, and died at home some years after the war. SKINNER, J. G., was wounded, Dec. 20, 1863. SHACKLETT, G. W., Meade County. SANDERS, DAN J., Meade County, supposed to have been captured at Aquia, Ga., June 1, 1864. SANDERS, T. P., Meade County. TODD, B. TAYLOR, B. G., Meade County, served to the close, and died at borne some years after the war. WILLETT, DAN R., Meade County, was captured at Green River, Ky., Aug. 14, 1863; killed at Chickamauga, Oct. 20, 1863. YATES, A. W., was captured with Morgan in Ohio, July 20, 18O3. COMPANY G. JOHN L. HOWELL, Union County, captain, was wounded near Cartersville, Ga., 1864. JOHN S. LAMAR, Daveiss County, first lieutenant, was wounded near Resaca, Ga., May 14, 1864, but recovered and was afterward on duty with his company. SAMUEL G. HUGHES, Hancock County, second lieutenant, was much on scout duty.