War of the Rebellion: Serial 015 Page 0521 Chapter XXIV. OPERATIONS IN SHENANDOAH VALLEY.

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Numbers 65.-Colonel S. Crutchfield, C. S. Army, Chief of Artillery, of operations May 23-June 9.

Numbers 66.-Colonel T. T. Munford, Second Virginia Cavalry, of operations May and June.

Numbers 67.-Colonel Thomas S. Flournoy, Sixth Virginia Cavalry, of operations May 23-26.

Numbers 68.-Brigadier General Charles S. Winder, C. S. Army, commanding First Brigade, Jackson's division, of operations May 23-June 9. Numbers 69.-Colonel J. W. Allen, Second Virginia Infantry, of operations May 24-June 9.

Numbers 70.-Colonel Charles A. Ronald, Fourth Virginia Infantry, of operations May 23-June 9.

Numbers 71.-Colonel W. S. H. Baylor, Fifth Virginia Infantry, of engagement at Winchester.

Numbers 72.-Lieutenant Colonel J. H. S. Funk, Fifth Virginia Infantry, of the engagement at Port Republic.

Numbers 73.-Colonel A. J. Brigsby, Twenty-seventh Virginia Infantry, of operations May 24-June 9.

Numbers 74.-Colonel John F. Neff, Thirty-third Virginia Infantry, of operations May 23-June 9.

Numbers 75.-Captain Joseph Carpenter, Virginia Artillery, of operations May 25-June 9.

Numbers 76.-Captain William T. Poague, Virginia (Rockbridge) Artillery, of operations may 24-June 9.

Numbers 77.-Lieutenant Colonel R. H. Cunningham, Twenty-first Virginia Infantry, Second Brigade, of operations May 23-25.

Numbers 78.-Captain John E. Penn, Forty-second Virginia Infantry, of operations May 23-25.

Numbers 79.-Lieutenant Colonel William Martin, Forty-second Virginia Infantry, of operations June 8-9.

Numbers 80.-Major John B. Moseley, Twenty-first Virginia, commanding Forty-eighth Virginia Infantry, of engagement at Winchester.

Numbers 81.-Lieutenant Colonel Thomas S. Garnett, Forty-eighth Virginia Infantry, of battle of Cross Keys and engagement at Port Republic.

Numbers 82.-Captain B. W. Leigh, First Virginia Battalion, of operations May 25-June 9.

Numbers 83.-Captain William H. Caskie, Virginia (Hampded Artillery, of engagement at Winchester.

Numbers 84.-Colonel Samuel V. Fulkerson, Thirty-seventh Virginia Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations May 24-25.

Numbers 85.-Brigadier General William B. Taliaferro, C. S. Army, commanding Third Brigade, of operations June 8-9.

Numbers 86.-Colonel E. T. H. Warren, Tenth Virginia Infantry, of engagement at Winchester.

Numbers 87.-Colonel A. G. Taliaferro, Twenty-third Virginia Infantry, of engagement at Winchester.

Numbers 88.-Major T. V. Williams, Thirty-seventh Virginia Infantry, of operations May 23-25.

Numbers 89.-Captain George W. Wooding, Virginia (Danville) Artillery, of operations May 23-25.

Numbers 90.-Major General Richard S. Ewell, C. S. Army, commanding Third Division, of operations May 23-June 9.

Numbers 91.-Colonel W. C. Scott, Forty-fourth Virginia Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations May 23-June 9. Numbers 92.-Colonel James A. Walker, Thirteenth Virginia Infantry, commanding Fourth Brigade, of operations June 8-9.

Numbers 93.-Colonel . T. Conner, Twelfth Georgia Infantry, of action at Front Royal, May 30.

Numbers 94.-Brigadier General Isaac R. Trimble, C. S. Army, commanding Seventh Brigade, of operations May 25-June 9.

Numbers 95.-Brigadier General Richard Taylor, C. S. Army, commanding Eighth Brigade, of operations May 23-June 9.

Numbers 96.-Colonel Bradley T. Johnson, First Maryland Infantry, of operations May 29-June 9.