828 HISTORY OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE.
R. W. JONES, Kentucky. No other facts than that he was a member of the company have been communicated to the writer.
A. H. KINCHELOE, South Carrollton, fought in some of the earlier battles, but was discharged in November, 1862, being under age.
A. J. KIRTLEY, South Carrollton, fought in nearly all the battles of the company, and was wounded at Chickamauga and Jonesboro'.
ELISHA B. KIRTLEY, McLean County, was for some time a member of Co. C, First Kentucky Cavalry; afterward enlisted in the Ninth Kentucky; fought in the skirmishes about Tuscumbia, in battles at Shiloh, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, and on the retreat to Dalton. Was discharged because of disability by disease, February, 1S64.
N. R. LETNER, South Carrollton, took part in some of the engagements, and was wounded at Shiloh.
AL LINN, Kentucky. No facts known to the writer.
AV. C. LANDER, Kentucky, was not enlisted till the second year of the Avar, but engaged in some of the subsequent battles, and was captured on the retreat from Mission Ridge.
JNO. J. MAHAN, Paradise, fought in most of the battles of his company, and is believed to have been once or twice wounded.
DAVID MIDKIFFE, Hartford, was discharged on account of disability by disease, October, 1862.
I AMES S. MITCHELL, Hartford, died of disease at Bowling Green,
CHARLES MITCHELL, Kentucky, died of disease.
C. AV. MILLER, Hartford, was generally on detail service till November, 1S62, when he was discharged, being over age.
J. S. MORTON, Kentucky, was transferred to DibbrelPs cavalry.
JAMES H. NEVILLE, Cynthiana'. No other facts than that he was a member of the company have been communicated to the writer.
WM. C. PENDLETON, Hartford, was killed in battle at Shiloh, April 6, 1862.
CRAVEN PEYTON, Hartford, fought at Shiloh, Vicksburg, Baton Rouge, and Hartsville, and was killed at the latter place, Dec. 7. 1862. He was at that time serving on the staff of Gen. Morgan.
JAMES H. ROLL, Kentucky, was killed in battle at Shiloh, April 7,
GEORGE RANNEY, Muhlenburg County, took part in nearly all the battles up to the spring of 1863, when he was discharged on account of disability by disease. He was wounded at Shiloh.
CHARLES W. ROTHNOCK, Hartford, fought at Shiloh. No other facts known to the writer.