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Page 783 of History of the Orphan brigade

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HISTORY OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE. 783 CHARLES R. BAGBY, Hiseville, was appointed first sergeant, Nov. 19, 1861, but was discharged March 20, 1862, on account of lameness induced by an accident previous to the war. ED PORTER THOMPSON, Metcalfe County. (See Co. E.) FOUNT P. RANDLE, Sumner County, Tenn. (See Co. I.) WM. A. TERRY, Barren County. (See Co. E.) WM. R. BARLOW, Allen County. (See Co. I.) JESSE E. GRIFFIN, Allen County. (See Co. I.) JOHN H. YANCEY, Barren County. (See Co. E.) JO RENFRO, Allen County. (See Co. I.) JOHN L. STOUT, Covington. (See Co. E.) WILLIAM H. ANTHONY, Allen County. (See Co. I.) S. A. BRAMER, Hart County. (See Co. D.) W. A. BUSH, Allen County, died of disease in Atlanta, March 2, 1862. J. T. CARVER, Allen County. (See Co. I.) J. W. CARVER, Allen County. (See Co. I.) MOSES N. CRAIN, Barren County. (See Co. E.) C. C. DUKE, Allen County. (See Co. I.) JESSE W. DURHAM, Barren County. (See Co. E.) JOHN VINCENT ELMORE, Barren County, fought at Shiloh, where he was dangerously wounded and captured; recovered and was exchanged, but was not able for further service. THOMAS M. FIELD, Barren County, was left sick in Kentucky, February, 1862, and died shortly afterward. T. M. FISHER, Allen County. (See Co. I.) WM. W. FRANKLIN, Barren County. (See Co. E.) JOHN GAVIN, Ireland. (See Co. I.) JOHN GREGORY, Barren County. (See Co. I.) C. T. GALLOWAY, Barren County, was sick and absent from command after Nov. 15, 1861. Fate unknown. WILLIAM S. GILL, Barren County. (See Co. D.) JOHN HAMILL, Barren County, died of disease at Nashville, Jan. 5, 1862. CLABE D. HANDY, Barren County, was left sick at Decatur, Ala., March 20, 1862. Fate unknown. F. M. HAINES, Allen County. (See Co. I.) J. Jr. HAGAR, Allen County. (See Co. I.) GEO. F. JOHNSON, Barren County, died of disease at John Gorin's, on Jennings' Creek, Jan. 18, 1862.