HISTORY OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE. 1041
PRESTON LINDSAY, Hancock County, third lieutenant, was wounded severely at Murfreesboro', Tenn., July 13, 1862; captured near Fairfield, Tenn., July, 1863.
JOHN B. SPALDING, Union County, first sergeant, was transferred to Tenth Kentucky Cavalry and sent on recruiting service, 1864.
THOMAS D. IRELAND, Hancock County, first sergeant, was promoted from second sergeant to succeed Spalding; was returned to ranks at his own request; was wounded near Manchester, June 27, 1863 ; but recovered and returned to duty.
THOMAS SALE, Union County, first sergeant to succeed Ireland, promoted; was wounded at Marietta, Ga., 1864.
DAVID McCUNE, Hancock County, second sergeant, was wounded near Cassville, Ga., 1864.
JOHN WILL DYER, Union County, fourth sergeant. (See biography.)
JOHN C. RYLE, Union County, fifth sergeant, was wounded near Resaca, May 14, 1864; unable after wound healed to handle a gun, he was made courier for Gen. Williams; died of yellow fever at Bayou Sara, La., in 1868.
BEN E. RYNEY, Union County, fifth sergeant, was promoted from second corporal; was wounded at Marietta, Ga., July, 1S64.
AB ESTES, Daveiss County, first corporal, was accidentally wounded at Murfreesboro', July 13, 1862, but recovered and returned to duty.
STEPHEN C. CROMWELL, Union County, first corporal, was promoted from second corporal; died of disease at Sharp's Landing, August, 1863.
ELI DORSEY, Union County, first corporal, was promoted from second corporal; served to the close of war.
ADAMS, HENRY, Union County, fought to the close of war.
BATES, SAMUEL H., Daveiss County, was captured at Bardstown, September, 1862 ; was exchanged and served to the close of war.
BARRETT, ALEXANDER, Union County, served through and died a year or two after the close.
BLACKFORD, JOHN A., captured at Beeeh Grove, Tenn.; was exchanged, after which he returned to duty with his company.
BAILEY, AUGUSTUS F., Union County.
BELL, HUGH, Union County, was wounded at Sparta, Tenn., Oct. 6, 1864.
BAKER, WILLIAM, was wounded in South Carolina, in 1865.
CHRISTOPHER, MATTHEW J., Union County, was captured at Harrison, Term., Nov. 20, 1S63; returned to company and served to the close.
COLBERT, S. R., was captured in Kentucky.