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Captain G. Heuilly, resigned June, 1862, died in Mobile, Ala., about the close of the war.


Jules L'Etondal, resigned the latter part of 1862 on account of ill-health, died in Mobile, Ala., in 1865.

F. A. Rogers, died since war in New Orleans.

First Lieutenants: Jules L'Etondal, F. A. Rogers. John R. Williams, promoted first lieutenant May, 1862, surrendered with the army at Appomattox, now living in Mobile, Ala., an honored citizen and harbor master.

Second Lieutenant E. Lambert, reported as deserter.

Second Lieutenant Olivia Eugene, resigned June, 1862. No re- cord.

Second Lieutenant J. B. Conche, resigned June, 1862. No further record.

This company left Mobile for the front in June, 1862. From it the following members were killed:

Sergeant N. Leonard, June 22, 1862, at Cold Harbor.

Corporal Alexander Porter, at Boonsboro.

James Kearns, at Spotsylvania, May n, 1864.

Thomas Bennett, in skirmish near Richmond, June 28, 1864.

Louis Earnest, at Gettysburg.

Charles Rominger, at Seven Pines.

William Carroll, at Sharpsburg.

S. Logue, at Seven Pines.

James Campbell, at Sharpsburg.

Louis Dendarro, at Wilderness.

A. Brickhart, at Spotsylvania.

Ben Hammond, at Sharpsburg.

S. Stansell, at the Wilderness.

J. A. Jones, at Charlestown, Va.

C. Lanier, at Seven Pines.

J. B. McElroy, at Winchester.

J. Nugent, at Chancellorsville.

C. Frisbie, at Sharpsburg.

John Canau, at Wilderness.

H. W. Robertson, at Sharpsburg.