War of the Rebellion: Serial 080 Page 0810 OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C. Chapter LII.

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cost in my division of 719 killed, wounded, and missing, including 21 casualties in Chew's battery (horse artillery), not mentioned in my previous report.

The men have borne their privations with perfect cheerfulness; they have fought admirably, and I wish to express before closing my report not only my thanks to them for their good conduct but my pride at having had the honor to command them.

I am, very respectfully, yours,

WADE HAMPTON,

Major-General.

Lieutenant-Colonel TAYLOR,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

Numbers 314. Confederate Roll of Honor.

GENERAL ORDERS,

ADJT. AND INSP. GENERAL'S OFFICE,

Numbers 87.

Richmond, Va., December 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:

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BATTLES NEAR PETERSBURG, VA.

(July 30, 1864.)

ALABAMA.

Eighth Regiment Alabama Infantry.

Sergt. John H. Deaton, Company E.

Ninth Regiment Alabama Infantry.

Private John M. Critcher, Company K.

Eleventh Regiment Alabama Infantry.

Private James N. Keeton, Company G.

GEORGIA.

Third Regiment Georgia Infantry.

Corpl. F. J. Herndon, Company F.

VIRGINIA.

Sixth Regiment Virginia Infantry.

Private Walter B. Wellons, Company H.

Sixteenth Regiment Virginia Infantry.

Lieutenant Colonel R. O. Whitehead.

Captain L. R. Kilby, Company B.

Lieutenant Joseph B. Goodwin, Company F.

Corpl. Sol. V. Butler, Company D.

Private David Barnes, Company G.

Private A. J. Sadler, Company F.

Private W. F. Lane, Company G.