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Co A - Jeff Davis Legion

Mustered into service June 16th, 1861.


Brandy Station June 9th, 1863

Upperville June 1863

Gettysburg July 3rd, 1863

Culpepper or Brandy Station Aug. 1863

Trevillion June 1864

Reams Station Aug. 1864

Cavalry battle near Raleigh April 1865

Roll of the ADAMS TROOP

Captain W.T. Martin Promoted to Major and Lieut Col. in Legion; to Brigadier Genl; transfered to West and then promoted to Major General.

1st Lieut. W.G. Conner Promoted to Captain and Major in Legion. Killed near Gettysburg.

2nd Lieut. W.H. Forbes Resigned.

3rd Lieut. J.P. Green Resigned.

1st Sergeant T.J. Adams Promoted to Captain.

2nd Sergeant R.E. Conner Promoted to Adjutant Legion, rank 1st Lieut.

3rd Sergeant R.H. Colhoun

4th Sergeant G. Farrar Q.M. Legion. Resigned.

1st Corporal Chas. Metcalfe Promoted to 1st Lieut, killed near Raleigh.

2nd Corporal Chas. Dahlgren

3rd Corporal J.Q. Profilet

4th Corporal Wm. Sojourner Furnished a substitute.

5th Corporal Henry Stone Surgeon; transfered.


Barnard, W.S.

Barnard, Thomas

Bingaman, A.L. Not mustered in owing to accident, breaking of leg on way to Memphis.

Brownlee, Wm. Sergt., killed near Gettysburg.

Byrd, Geo.

Butler, Geo. L.

Butler, Brevoort

Butler, Frank M. Sergt.

Colhoun, J.D.

Chase, P.W. 2nd Lieutenant.

Claiborne, W.H. Discharged for disability.

Conner, H.L. Discharged for disability.

Conner, F.B. Captain on Gen. Martin's staff.

Cotney, J.A.

Cozzens, H.B. Not mustered in.

Carson, J. Charles

Chamberlain, James

Chapman, John L.

Cole ________ Recruit from Ala. Co.

Davis, John A.

Davis, John L.

Davis, E.R.

Davis, John P.

Dunbar, W.F.

Dunbar, Robt. Killed at Culpepper.

Eustis, Richard Corporal; killed at Raleigh.

Farrar, C.F. Discharged for disibility.

Farrar, D.S. Quartermaster; resigned.

Field, Robert Discharged for disibility.

Fletcher, J.E.

Foster, John S. Killed at Culpepper.

Fowler, V.D.

Foules, W.G. Discharged for disibility.

Foules, C.B.

Fulton, Wm.

Fleming, Hinds

Fleming, Benton

Farrell, Patrick

Galtney, B.I.

Garrett, H.A.

Griffith, J.H. Died in hospital.

Godbold, ______ Not mustered in.

Gaynt, Wm.

Harston, J. Virginian. Died at Hanover Station.

Hadsell, ______ Not mustered in.

Hardie, R.A.

Helm, J.K. Died at Richmond.

Henderson, Elliott

Henderson, Thomas A.

Hill, T.H. Killed at Culpepper.

Jackson, J.M.

James, C.L. Promoted to Captain and transfered.

Ker, Wm. H.

Lidell, Moses Gen. Lidell's staff.

Leonard, Joseph

McIlwaine, J.H.

McPheeters, W.A. Surgeon and transfered.

Metcalfe, T.W. Killed at Hagerstown.

Metcalfe, O. Surgeon of our brigade; afterwards transfered.

Metcalfe, H.L.

Metcalfe, Volney

Metcalfe, A.W.

Mihlanbreng, A.

Michie, David Discharged for wounds.

Miller, H.C.

Mardis, Abner

Percy, Harry Surgeon; transfered.

Percy, Thomas

Pipes, Charles A. Furnished substitute.

Pipes, James Sargeant.

Railey, H. Otey

Rife, W.W.

Rivers, R.L.

Routh, S.M. 1st. Lieut. in Signal Corps.

Redd, Edward Virginian; enlisted in Virginia and transfered to Virginia regiment.

Shanks, John Discharged.

Shields, J. Dunbar Killed at Culpepper.

Stewart, A.B.

Stowers, John C. 1st Sergeant.

Shields, Brisland Corporal.

Sessions _____ Not mustered in.

Shadburn, Geo. Sergeant.

Sanderson, Fred Promoted to Captain and transfered.

Sojourner, A.H.

Thistle, Thos. L.

Thomas, Alex Not Mustered in.

Thorn, Joshua 2nd Lieutenant.

Watkins, B.F.

Whitehead, G.L.

Wilson, N.

Walsh, Wm. Transfered to navy.

Wannenmacher, ___

Whitehead, John

Young, W.R.

Young, R.S. Discharged for disibility.

Welch, ________ Virginian.


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