War of the Rebellion: Serial 051 Page 0533 Chapter XLII. THE CHICKAMAUGA CAMPAIGN.

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well of their country, as having best displayed their courage and devotion on the field of battle.

II. That the Roll of Honor, so far as now made up, be appended to this order and real at the head of every regiment in the service of the Confederate States at the first dress parade after its receipt, and be published in at least one newspaper in each State.

III. The attention of the officers in charge is directed to General Orders, Numbers 93, Section No. 27, of the series of 1862, Adjutant and Inspector General's Office, for the mode of selecting the non-commissioned officers and privates entitled to this distinction and its execution is enjoined.

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S. COOPER,

Adjutant and Inspector General.

GENERAL ORDERS,

ADJT. AND INSP. GENERAL'S OFFICE,

Numbers 64.

Richmond, Va., August 10, 1864.

I. The following Roll of Honor is published in accordance with Paragraph I, General Orders, Numbers 131. (1863). It will be read to every regiment in the service at the first dress-parade after its receipt.

II. Attention is called to the manner in which the selections under the law should be made. The non-commissioned officers and privates are authorized, at the first dress-parade after each victory the company shall have assisted to achieve, to distinguish by a majority of their votes one private or non-commissioned officer most conspicuous for gallantry and good conduct in the battle. Should more than one soldier be hereafter selected by a company as equal in merit, the name to be announced upon the roll will be determined by lot. Commissioned officers distinguished for gallantry on the field are not to be selected by the vote of the company, battalion, or regiment to which they belong, but a statement of their special good conduct should be made by their immediate commander and forwarded through the regular channel to this office.

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BATTLE OF CHICKAMAUGA.

Alabama.

Sixteenth Regiment of Infantry:

Private George W. Tims, a Co. A.

Private William A. Watts, a Co. B.

Private William Hill, Co. C.

Private Thomas Garner, a Co. D.

Private Joshua Lewis, Co. E.

Private John McMicken, a Co. F.

Private James P. Young, a Co. G.

Private Hiram L White (since dead), Co. H.

Corpl. W. Calvin Roden, a Co. I.

Private David S. Stewart, Co. K.

Eighteenth Regiment of Infantry:

Lieutenant Colonel Richard F. Inge.a

Captain Joseph H. Justice, a Co,. A

Captain Orville A. Stringer, a Co. B.

Captain J. Henry Hammond, a Co. D.

First Lieutenant Allen J. Kidd, a Co. D

First Lieutenant Sherman K, Fielder, a Co. H.

Private J. M. Carpenter, Co. A

Corpl. J. W. Williams, Co. B.

Sergt. R. A. Micars, a Co. C.

Sergt. R. A. Lambert, Co. D.

Private W. Howard, a Co. E.

Private M. Smith, Co. F.

Private J. H. Gwin, a Co. G.

Sergt. J. F. Williamson, Co. H.

Corpl. C. W. Ohara, Co. I.

Private W. A. McCarty, a Co. K.

a Killed in action.