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Page 698 of History of the Orphan brigade

698 HISTORY OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE. D. L. STOWERS, Pendleton County, was disabled at Loudon, Tenn., Aug. 10, 1863, for further service, by an accidental saber cut in the thigh. He afterward died from the effect of the wound. G. W. SEEVER, Fleming County, was enlisted for one year in the " Old Fifth Kentucky," and when his time had expired, he re-enlisted in this company; took part in the engagements of Marshall's command in 1861-2 ; fought with the new organization at Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks; both days at Jonesboro', and in the mounted engagements. HENRY SEEVER, Fleming County, was enlisted for one year in the "Old Fifth Kentucky," and when his time had expired, he re-enlisted in this company. He fought at Princeton, Va., Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas ; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks; both days at Jonesboro', and in the mounted engagements. JAMES A. SHACKELFORD, Franklin County, fought at Perryville and Chickamauga. B. A. SOUTHER, Falmouth, Ky., was afflicted in his eyes, and thus unfitted for duty in the ranks, in consequence of which he was generally employed in hospital service. G. S. TUPMAN, Kenton County, fought at Perryville and Chickamauga. R. M. WOOD, Pendleton County, fought at Perryville, and died of disease at Jonesville, Va., Feb. 12, 1863. RICHARD WILHOIT, Kenton County, fought at Perryville and Chickamauga. JOSIAH W. WILSON, Grant County, fought at Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas ; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks, and at Jonesboro'. During the cavalry operations of the command, he was with the dismounted detachment. JOHN W. WILSON, Grant County, was captured on the retreat of Gen. Bragg from Kentucky, but was exchanged shortly afterward, and fought at Mission Ridge, Rocky Face Gap, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks; both days at Jonesboro', and in the mounted engagements. THOMAS WILLIAMS, Bath County, was the chief musician of regiment, and fought at Chickamauga. He was also present in almost all other engagements as litter-bearer, and fought in the ranks during the cavalry operations.

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