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Burks, Abner Riggins, Edward Bevil and A. J. Grizzle were killed at Sharpsburg. W. J. Rogers, Ben Taylor and Brooks Taylor were killed at Gettysburg. Private Samuel Kennemer and Silas Wright were subsequently killed.

Captain P. D. Ross became a teacher at Alexandria, Ala. , after the war, and also became clerk of the Circuit Court and was a deservedly popular and efficient officer, dying at Jacksonville, Ala., a few years ago.


Captain B. B. Gayle. Elected lieutenant-colonel at Yorktown. Promoted colonel after the death of Colonel Jones. Killed at Boons- boro.

Captain J. H. Darwin. Promoted to captain at Yorktown. Killed at Seven Pines.

Captain M. B. Robinson, Jr. Promoted to captain after Seven Pines. Resigned after the battle of Sharpsburg.

Captain A. E. Hewlett. Elected from private to second lieuten- ant after retreat from Yorktown. Promoted to first lieutenant after Seven Pines, and to captain after Sharpsburg. Lives at Cullman, Ala. Editor of a paper and Register of the Court of Chancery. A very popular and excellent citizen.

First Lieutenants: J. H. Darwin; E. Ryan, promoted at York- town, killed at Seven Pines; A. E. Hewlett.

Second Lieutenant J. D. Graham. Elected from ranks second lieutenant after Seven Pines, resigned after Sharpsburg, died near Huntsville.

Second Lieutenant J. D. Spain. Wounded and disabled at Sharps- burg.

Second Lieutenant J. S. Brittain. Resigned. Died after the war near Decatur, Ala.

Second Lieutenant David Sams. Killed November 19, 1864, in the Valley of Virginia.

The following members of this company were killed in battle:

E. Brown, Seven Pines. Dock Bishop, at Gettysburg. Tom Dunn, at Seven Pines. William Harris, at Seven Pines. J. Hamilton, at Boonsboro.

F. M. Hamilton, at Spotsylvania.