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HISTORY OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE. 731 in watching the interests of his men, well acquainted with the drill, and of fine social qualities. KELLER ANDERSON, Harrison County. (See biography.) JEFF OXLEY, Cynthiana, was appointed corporal, November, 1862 ; was promoted to fifth sergeant, January, 1863, and to second sergeant some time afterward. He fought at Hartsville, Stone River, Chickamauga, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta, and at Peachtree and Intrenchment Creeks. He was severely wounded in the side at Chickamauga, and was wounded in both legs at Intrenchment Creek, but rejoined the company, November, 9, 1864; was mounted in January, 1865, and took part in the subsequent operations. He was highly complimented by one of his commanding officers for courage of a high order, for industry and attention to business, for intelligence and alacrity in the performance of duty, for cheerfulness under hardships, for personal truth, soldierly pride, temperate habits, and high moral principles. Died in Nicholasville, Oct. 11, 1885. DENNIS O'HALLORAN, Ireland, was one of Morehead's partisan rangers, and was attached to this company in November, 1862. He was appointed corporal in January, 1863, was promoted to third sergeant, January, 1864, and on the summer campaign of 1864 he was color-sergeant. He fought with this company at Hartsville, Stone River, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas ; from Dallas to Atlanta, and at Peachtree and Intrenchment Creeks. He was wounded at Hartsville, Dec. 7, 1862, and severely wounded and captured at Intrenchment Creek, July 22, 1864, and detained in prison till just before the termination of the war. He served first year in Capt. Desha's company of the First Regiment. JOSEPH OOLERY, Harrison County, was appointed fourth sergeant, Sept. 27, 1862. He fought at Hartsville, Stone River, and Chickamauga, and was killed at the the latter place, Sept. 20, 1863. BEN F. G. WHITAKER, Pendleton County, was appointed fourth corporal, Sept. 27, 1862, and was promoted to fifth sergeant, January, 1864. He fought at Hartsville, and was wounded there; fought also at Stone River and Chickamauga, and at the latter place was again wounded, but fought at Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas ; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peach-tree, Intenchment, and Utoy Creeks, and at Jonesboro'. He was wounded at the latter place, Aug. 31, 1864, and disabled for further duty during the war. C. McKINNEY, Kentucky, was one of the corporals of the company, and fought at Hartsville, Stone River, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta, and at Peachtree and Intrenchment Creeks. He was mortally wounded at the latter place, July 22, 1864, and died in the hands of the enemy.