HISTORY OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE. 829
LYCURGUS REID, Ohio County, was wounded at Hartsville; severely wounded at Dallas; slightly wounded near Richland, Ga.; was once hurt in a railroad accident; and served some time as agent for the purchase of hospital supplies. Since the war he has been police judge of Rockport and filled other civil office. " I teach my children," he once wrote to a friend, " to honor the men of the Orphan Brigade above all others. I point them out as we meet them as men on whom the country can depend in time of need."
ALBERT ROBINSON, Kentucky, was wounded at Intrenchment Creek, July 22, 1864.
S. AY. ROWAN, Kentucky. No facts known to the writer.
E. C. SHULL, Kentucky, was generally disabled by disease for active service, but engaged in some of the battles, and was killed at Chickamauga.
W. T. SMITH, Kentucky. No facts known to the writer.
ELIAS G. SMITH, Kentucky, was killed in battle at Shiloh, April 6, 1862.
PHILIP SNAPP, Kentucky, fought at Shiloh, Vicksburg, Baton Rouge, Hartsville, Stone River, Jackson, Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, and Resaca; from Resaca to Atlanta, at Peachtree and Intrenchment Creeks. He was killed at the latter place, July 22, 1S64.
DAVID SAULSBURG, Owensboro', died of disease at Columbus, Miss., 1862.
JAMES E. TAYLOR, Bowling Green, engaged in nearly all the battles, and was wounded at Chickamauga.
WM. TAYLOR, Ohio County, took part in some of the earlier engagements.
W. F. TATUM, Hartford, was generally disabled by disease for active duty, but took part in some of the engagements.
MONROE TINSLEY, Livermore, engaged in nearly all the battles, and was wounded at Shiloh and Resaca.
DIDWARD TINSLEY, Livermore, fought at Shiloh and Vicksburg. He was wounded at the latter place, and disabled for further service during the war.
GUS THOMPSON, Kentucky, died of disease at Russellville, Ky., 1861.
M. O. TOWNS, Kentucky. No facts known to the writer. ROBT. TYRER, Kentucky, died of disease.
HENRY L. VICKERS, Hawesville, fought at Shiloh, and was wounded there, April 7, 1862. He was discharged soon afterwards, being disabled by the effects of the wound.
JAMES AV. AVEEKS, Rochester, took part in some of the battles,, and was wounded at Chickamauga.