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Page 732 of History of the Orphan brigade

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732 HISTORY OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE. WM. RANDALL WHITAKER, Harrison County, was one of the corporals of the company, and fought at Hartsville, Stone River, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, Dallas, and Kenesaw Mountain. He was unfitted by ill health for any duty in the ranks after July I, 1864, and died shortly after reaching home, in the summer of 1865. He was complimented for conspicuous gallantry on the field at Dallas. JOSEPH BAYLESS, Harrison County, fought at Hartsville, Stone River, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas. He was wounded in the breast at the latter place, but recovered and fought at Jonesboro', and took part in the closing operations. W. T. BROWNING, Kentucky, was appointed corporal in 1863, and promoted to fourth sergeant, 1864. He fought at Hartsville, Stone River, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta; both days at Jonesboro', and in the mounted engagements in Georgia. JOE F. CUMMINS, Harrison County, was on the field during the battle of Stone River as one of the infirmary corps; fought in the ranks at Chickamauga and Mission Ridge, and was wounded at the former place, and on the campaign from Dalton he was regularly detailed for infirmary duty, and was on every field. During the cavalry operations, he was with the dismounted detachment. Died at home some years after the war. J. W. CUMMINS, Harrison County, was incapacitated by disease for any duty, and had permission to return to Kentucky, but died in Louisville, on his way home. JOSEPH CUMMINS, Harrison County, fought at Hartsville and Stone River. ROBT. S. CUMMINS, Harrison County, fought at Hartsville, Stone River, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, and Resaca. GEO. CUMMINS, Harrison County, died of disease at Murfreesboro, December, 1862. JOHN S. CRAIG, Bracken County, fought at Hartsville, Stone River, Mission Ridge, and Rocky Face Gap. He lost an arm at the latter place, May 9, 1864, and was subsequently retired, but fought with one arm at West Point, Ga., during Tyler's defense of that post in 1865. L. F. CRAIG, Bracken County, was appointed corporal, Sept. 27, 1862, but was soon afterward reduced to ranks at his own request, and detailed as teamster, in which capacity he served till after the army reached Dalton, when he reentered the company, and was killed in his first battle, Dallas, May 28, 1864. J. E. CASEY, Bracken County, died of disease at Emory and Henry College Hospital, July, 1863. WILLIAM CARR, Harrison County, fought at Hartsville and Stone River.