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"First Virginia Cavalry: Roll of Company E Augusta County".

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Privates Alexander, George H. Alexander, Saml. H., wounded in the Wilderness, May 7, 1864. Arnall, John Baldwin, wounded near Columbia Furnace, Oct. 8, and died Oct. 9, 1864. Austin, W.H.H., permanently disabled in August, 1861. Bare, Artedore, drowned in South River near Waynesboro. Barnes, Jos. F., captured in Hardy County, Dec. 18, 1864; died in Camp Chase, Jan. 15, 1865. Bateman, George W., captured near Appomattox Court House. Bateman, James B., captured in Hunter's Raid; exchanged and died in Chimborazo Hospital, March 21, 1865. Batis, N. Willis, blacksmith. Bayne, Frank, wounded in May, 1864; on Oct. 8 and Nov. 22, 1864. Beard, Samuel. Bell, David P., wounded at Chancellorsville, May 2, 1863, and at High Bridge, April 6, 1865. Bell, Frank M., promoted to 3rd Corporal. Bell, J.Brownless, left as nurse with wounded at Gettysburg; died at Fort Delaware. Bell, Robert S., detailed in quartermasters dept. Blackwell, C.Edward. Boyd, William H. Brooks, Addison. Brooks, J.Augustus. Brooks, J. Milton. Brown, Robert B. Brownlee, James M., killed near Littlestown, Pa., June, 1863.