Killed, Wounded and Promotions:
Almond, John, was elected 2d Corpl. to fill vacancy, died short
Boggus, H. J. was appointed 1st Sergeant after Sam's death and served end of war
Brewer, Elisha, died at Camp McDonald
Biggers, John, died at Camp McDonald
Boyd, william, killed at Resaca
Bryant, Joel, killed at Vicksburg, Miss.
Childers, Sam, died in hospital
Childers, Jack, died in hospital
Cowen, Harvey, John, and Cornelius all died, but do not remember when
Dick, Levi, died in hospital
Edwards, Henry died in hospital
Edwards, Thomas, killed at Resaca
Elliot, James, killed at Bentonville, N. C.
Elliot, Robert, exchanged for Sam McNair
Ewens, Thomas, died in hospital
Green, W. F., died or killed
Gilpin, W. T., was detailed to work in Government shops at Macon
Goodson, T. D., died at Bean's Station
Harris, Thomas died at Camp McDonald
Hewel, Hape, died in hospital
Huff, C. K. killed zt Resaca
Ingram, John, died at Vicksburg, Miss.
Kitchens, Peter, died in hospital
King, J. A., disabled in one leg
Lee, A. J., was elected to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Almond. He had
started home on furlough to get married and was wounded at Orangeburg, S. C.
from which he died.
Mercer, J. W. was elected 3d Lieut. to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation
of L. Osborne, and served in that capacity during the war.
Middlebrooks, Penn, died Camp McDonald
Mercer, William, killed at Resaca
Nolen, Steve, died in hospital
Nolen, W. H., was relieved of 1st Sergeant's place on account of ill health
Pope, John, wounded in leg at Bentonville, from which he died
Pope, James, died in hospital
Polk, C. E., lost one leg at Bentonville
Polk, Thos., lost one leg at Pine Mountain
Smith, M. M., shot for desertion at Rocky Face Mountain
Smith, John, died in hospital
Sams, J. R., was elected 1st Sergeant and served until killed at Resaca
Stone, C. W., was killed at Smithfield, N. C.
Sockwell, Jack, died in hospital
Taylor, Richard, died or killed
Taylor, J. J., died in hospital
Thomas, G. W., disabled at Vicksburg
Thomas, E., died in hospital
Thompson, William, died in hospital
Wiley, Thomas, died at Vicksburg
Wilkerson, William, died in hospital
Walker, J. D., 2d Corpl., died at Camp McDonald
I think J. D. Goodson was our first Color Bearer; at his death Ingram took them and carried them until we surrendered at Vicksburg; and after we were exchanged S. K. Huff carried them until killed at Resaca; T. A. Boyd carried them to Atlanta. They were then turned over to W. F. Edwards, the last Color Bearer.
This list is not exactly correct, as I have gotten it up without
any assistance and entirely from memory. You will see that there are a good many
reported died at the hospital, the reason of that is they were sent off and we never
heard from them.
H. J. Boggus