4th infantiy. Company C.
The Pulaski guards. Company C, Fourth Virginia infantry, at the First battle of Manassas, July 18, 1861. The original rebel yell ... By J. B. Caddall. (In So. hist. soc. papers, v. 32, p. 175-178. 8 .) E485.4.A14 4th infantiy. Company D.
"Smyth blues." Muster roll Company D, Fourth Virginia infantry. By J. S. Apperson. (In So. hist. soc. papers, v. 34, p. 359-362. S .) E485.4.A14 4th infantry.
See Stonewall brigade. See also Norfolk and Portsmouth. 5th battahon infantry. See Brunswick guards. 5th infantry. Company D.
The muster roll of Company D of the Fifth Virginia regiment, of the Stonewall brigade. By T. M. Smiley . . . (In So. lust. soc. papers, v. 21, p. 50-57. 8 .) E485.4.A14
Company D, Fifth Vhginia. Roster of the famous "Buckingham Yancey guard." In the front at Gettysburg. . . . By Camm Patteson. (In So. hist. soc. papers, v. 30, p. 154-160. 8 .) E485.4.A14 5th infantry.
See 6 th cavalry. See also Stonewall brigade. 6th infantry.
Memoirs of the civil war between the northern and southern sections of the United States of America, 1861-65, by Captain William W. Chamberlaine . . . Washington, D. C, 1912. 138 p. front., (port.) 8 . E605.C44
6th infantry. Company A. (Union.)
Recollections 1844-1909. By H. C. McDougal. Kansas City, Mo., 1910. 1 p. 1., 7-466 p. front, (port.) 8 . E663.M13
p. 230-232, Roll of Company A, Sixth regiment, Va. inf. (Union.) 6th infantry. Company I.
Ehiott grays of Manchester, Va. Roll of, with history of the company. Names in bronze of Chesterfield troops on monument at Chesterfield C. H. By J. S. Whitworth. (In So. hist. soc. papers, v. 30, p. 161-164. 8 .) E.485.4.A14 See Norfolk county.
See also Weisiger's company light artillery.