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Page 1001 of History of the Orphan brigade

HISTORY OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE. 1001 FLUSSER, GUY, Louisville, acted as adjutant after Shipp's promotion. Was captured in Sequatchie Valley, Oct. 2, 1863, but escaped before his guard had reached Louisville with him. He then joined Co. K, Fourth Kentucky Cavalry, in which he became a lieutenant. Was killed in battle at Mt. Sterling, June 9, 1S64. FREEMAN, D. LEONARD, Oldham County. (See Co. B, second organization.) FREDERICK, SAMUEL, Jefferson County, served to close of twelvemonth term. Nothing further known to writer. GAAR, PRESLEY, Jefferson County, was afterward a first lieutenant; was killed in battle in^Eas^Eenneasge, while with MoxgajVs GRIFFITH, THOMAS R., Oldham County. (See Co. B, second organization.) GRIFFITH, NEWTON, Oldham County. (See Co. B, second organization.) GRIFFITH, JOSEPH, Oldham County, was killed by Rousseau's pickets at Muldraugh's Hill, 1861. GATHRIGHT, RICHARD O., Oldham County. After his term expired he joined the Fourth Kentucky Cavalry, in which he became a captain (1862). Was afterward wounded at Limestone, Tenn., at Raytown, Tenn., and at Mt. Sterling, Ky. He was captured at the latter place, but escaped between there and Lexington. Was recaptured, but escaped from the barracks at Lexington. Was in command of the Fourth Kentucky Cavalry when it surrendered, at the close of the war. GATHRIGHT, JOHN R., Oldham County, was captured while recruiting in Kentucky in 1863, and sent to Johnson's Island, where he was kept till the war closed. GRAHAM, ALONZO W., Jefferson County. (See Co. B, second organization.) HERR, WM. WALLACE, Jefferson County. (See biography.) HAFER, JOHN, Jefferson County, served to end of twelve-month term __/LtL/t/^-n^ yy / L-ts-xsrcbs HINKLE, JOHN R., Shelby County. (See Field and Staff, second organization.) HARRIS, JOHN, Jefferson County. (See Co. B, second organization.) HARRIS, CICERO, Jefferson County. (See Co. B., second organization.) HOCKER, M. ELSTON, Shelby County. (See Co. B, Sixth Kentucky Infantry.) JONES, WELCH, Mercer County. After expiration of twelve-month term, he joined Morgan's command, with which he continued to serve. men.

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