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734 HISTORY OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE. RICHARD HODGE, Harrison County, fought at Hartsville, Stone River, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks; both days at Jonesboro', and in the mounted engagements in Georgia. JAMES HANGLEY, Ireland, fought at Hartsville and Stone River, and in August, 1863, attached himself to cavalry, with which he afterward served. ELISHA HAWKINS, Virginia, was informally transferred to Co. D, Ninth Kentucky, and fought at Chickamauga, where he was wounded and disabled. HENRY L. HALL, Jessamine County, was appointed fifth sergeant, Sept. 27, 1862, but was returned to the ranks at his own request, in January, 1863. He fought at Hartsville, Stone River, and Chickamauga, at which latter place he was wounded. He was afterward detailed as clerk in the quartermaster's department of Grade's brigade, and served in that capacity during the remainder of the war. WILLIAM HENRY, Harrison County, fought at Hartsville and Stone River. SILAS KING, Pendleton County, died of disease in Atlanta, Feb. 5, 1863. ABRAHAM KING, Pendleton County, died of disease at Murfreesboro, Nov. 23, 1862. JACOB KRIEGER, Germany, served first year of the war in the First Kentucky Regiment Infantry; afterward joined Morehead's squadron of partisans; and in November, 1862, he was attached to this company, and fought with it at Hartsville, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas. He was wounded at Hartsville, and at Dallas he was mortally wounded, fell into the enemy's hands, and died some time in June, 1864. THOMAS LEA, Kentucky, was sent to hospital, sick, December, 1862. Fate unknown. WILLIAM B. MOSS, Bracken County, fought at Hartsville, and was severely wounded in the mouth. He was captured in hospital at Stone River, January, 1863, and remained in the enemy's hands till the spring of 1865, when, upon the termination of the war, he was released, and returned home, where he soon afterward died. WILLIAM T. McCORMICK, Nicholas County, fought at Hartsville and Stone River, and died of disease at Dalton, Ga., 1863. JAMES MICHAEL, Harrison County, was killed in battle at Hartsville, Dec. 7, 1862. GEORGE MICHAEL, Harrison County, fought at Hartsville, Stone River, and Chickamauga, and was killed at the latter place, Sept. 20, 1863. ALEXANDER McCLURE, Harrison County, fought at Chickamauga.