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WM. R. McQUOWN. Wm. R. McQuown, Harren County, was enlisted in the Second Kentucky Infantry, and was bandmaster of that regiment till some time in the spring of 1862. While the brigade was stationed at Corinth, the Second Regiment being then in prison, he was assigned to the Fourth Kentucky, at the request of Col. Trabue. He served as chief musician of that regiment till about the beginning of the Dalton-Atlanta campaign, when he was transferred to Maney's Brigade of Tennessee Infantry, with which he remained to the close. He died in Boston, Mass., about thirty years after the war.