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

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Bumgardner, William L., wounded May 8, 1864. Christian, Charles F., died June 13, 1862. Christian, James S., died May 16, 1862. Christian, John T., detailed in Commissary Department. Cochran, B.F., discharged on account of ill health. Craig, H.Brown, promoted Adjutant of 26th Battalion Virginia Infantry, and killed at Cold Harbor, June 3, 1864. Crawford C. Edward, captured at the Yellow Tavern, but escaped. Crawford, George W., killed at Spottsylvania Court House, May 8, 1864. Crawford, I.S., wounded at Todd's Tavern, 1864. Crawford, James Allen, promoted to 2nd Corporal. Crawford, James McP., captured at Cedar Creek, but recaptured the same day by Abe Tweed, Dave Bell and Bumgardner. Crawford, Stuart M., promoted Orderly Sergeant. Crawford, Toliver W., died July 24, 1861. Crawford W.B., put in a substitute. Critzer, James A., captured near Greencastle, Pa., July 4, 1863. Cullen, Daniel C. Dalhouse, A. Nathaniel, wounded at Kennon's Landing. Dalhouse, Charles Gambrill, wounded near Williamsport, July 27, 1861; died Dec. 24, 1861. Davis, John J., put in a substitute, April, 1862. Davis, L.W. Donoho, Lucian M., captured near Rich Mountain, July, 1861. Drake, David William, promoted Sergeant-Major of 1st Virginia Cavalry, brave among the bravest. Eakle, James, killed at Kennon's Landing, May 24, 1864.