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<^^|^HE ViEGiNiA Military Institute was established, and is 
"^ supported, by the State of Virginia. It was organized in 1839, 
as a State Military and Scientific school, upon the basis of the 
United States Military Academy at West Point, and has been in suc- 
cessful operation for thirty years. The cadets admitted consist of two 
classes, State and Pay cadets. The Institute supplies to the State cadet 
his board and tuition ; and in consideration thereof, he is required to 
teach two years after graduation. The Pay cadet is at his own expense, 
which averaged before the war $375 per year, for every charge, includ- 
ing clothing. The State cadets are selected from those who are unable 
to bear their own expenses. The Institution has always had as many 
pupils as its buildings would accommodate, and numbers now 36 Stai^ 
and 300 Pay cadets. Applications are made, by letter, to the Superinten- 
dent prior to the first of July, each year, and appointments are made 
for both classes of cadets by the Board of Visitors. 

The State makes an annual appropriation for the support of Virginia 
Military Institute of $15,000. This sum supplies tuition and boards to 
the State cadets, without cJiarge, and supports — by the aid of the tuition 
fees, and the income from vested funds — the faculty. In 1860, a do- 
nation of $20,000 was made by Gen. Philip St. George Cocke, for 
the endowment of the chair of Agriculture^ and in the same year, a 
donation was made of $11,800 by Dr. William Newton Mercer, of 
Louisiana, to endow the chair of Animal and Vegetable Physiology, 
applied to Agriculture. A donation was made at the same time by Mrs. 
E. L. Claytor, of Virginia, of $5,000, to erect a Hall of Natural 
History. 

The Virginia Military Institute had just placed itself before tlie public, 
as a General School of Applied Science, for the development of the 
agricidturaly mineral , commercial, manufacturing , and internal improve- 
ment interests of the State and Country, when the army of Gen. Hunter 
destroyed its stately buildings, and consigned to the flames its library of 

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10,000 volumes, the Philosophical apparatus used for 10 years by 
" Stonewall" Jackson, and all its chemicals. The cadets were then 
transferred to Richmond, and the Institution was continued in vigorous 
operation until the evacuation of Richmond, on the 3d April, 1865. 

On the 21st of September, 1865, the Board of Visitors met in Rich- 
mond to re-organize the Institution. The war had made sad traces on 
the school, besides the destruction of its building, library and appara- 
tus. Three of its Professors, Lt. Gen. " Stonewall" Jackson, Maj. 
Gen. R. E. Rodes, and Col. S. Crutchfield, two of its assistant 
Professors, Capt. W. H. Morgan, and Lieut. L. Crittenden, and 
125 of its alumni had been slain in battle, and 350 others maimed. 
Considering, however, the great demand flowing from the general sus- 
pension of education in the South, and the special field of usefulness 
distinctively marked out for this School of applied Science, the Board of 
Visitors, proceeded with energy and resolution in their work, and 
having elected Gen. G. W. Custis Lee, and Col. Wm. B. Blair, dis- 
tinguished graduates of the U. S. Military Academy, to fill two of the 
chairs made vacant by the death of Gen. Jackson and Gen. Rodes, 
and at subsequent meetings, appointed Commodore M. F. Maury, 
LL. D. , late of the Observatory, Professor of Physics, and Superin- 
tendent of the Physical Survey of Virginia, and Capt. John M. 
Brooke, late of the Navy, to the new chair of Practical Astronomy, 
Geodesy, Physical Geography and Meteorology, the Virginia Military 
Institute resumed its accustomed work, amid its ruins at Lexington, on 
the 17th October, 1865, with some 50 cadets, organized in four classes, 
and prosecuted its work with earnestness and effect, and on the 4th of 
July following, ten cadets, constituting the first class, who had borne the 
hardships and perils of the Institution, during the whole of the war, 
were graduated, having completed a course of scientific and general 
study, which will commend thom to the confidence of the scientific 
scholar. 

The Legislature of Virginia promptly responded to these evidences 
of vitality on the part of the school, by providing for the payment of its 
annuity and the interest on its vested funds. This provision enabled 
the Board of Visitors to appoint the State cadets required by law to be 
admitted, and arrangements were at the same time in progress, to restore 
the buildings, and by the 1st of September next, the Barracks and Mess 
Hall will be restored complete. The Virginia Military Institute now 
numbers 600 graduates, 200 of whom were State cadets. There have 
been altogether 2500 matriculates, and of these 560 were State cadets. 
The government of the Virginia Military Institute, although military 



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in its organization, is carefully arranged for the protection and develop- 
ment of the moral character of the cadets. Attendance on the public 
services of the sanctuary and regular Bible instruction on the Sabbath 
are positively enjoined by the regulations. 

The following extract from the Report of the Superintendent to the 
Board of Visitors, of June, 1859, will exhibit, in some degree, the in- 
fluence of the moral government : 

* ' There is no part of the duty of the Superintendent which weighs 

so heavily upon his mind and heart as that connected with the control 
and government of the moral conduct of those committed to his charge. 
No general idea of the wayward and depraved character of the human 
heart is at all equal to that which experience of the follies and vices of 
young men makes known to the conscientious teacher." 

The great Head Master of Rugby School gives utterance to his expe- 
rience in the following striking language : 

''Undoubtedly, this place (Rugby School,) and other similar places, 
which receive us when we have quitted the state of childhood, and be- 
fore our characters are formed in manhood, do partake somewhat of the 
character of the wilderness ; and it is not unnatural that many should 
shrink back from them in fear. We see but too often the early beauty 
of the character sadly marred, its simplicity gone, its confidence chilled, 
its tenderness hardened. AYhere there w^as obedience, we find murmur- 
ing and self-will and pride. Where there was a true and blameless 
conversation, we find now something of falsehood, something of pro- 
faneness, something of impurity. I can well conceive what it must be 
to SK parent to see his child return from school, for the first time, with 
the marks of this grievous change upon him. I can well conceive how 
bitterly he must regret having ever sent him to a place of so much dan- 
ger ; how fondly he must look back to the days of his early innocence. 
And if a parent feels thus, what must be our feelings, seeing that this 
evil has been wrought here ? Are we not as those who, when pretending to 
give a wholesome draught, have mixed the cup with poison ? How can 
we go on upholding a system, the effects of which appear to be so merely 

mischievous ? " 

My own experience but too painfully confirms these honest 

and truthful acknowledgments of Dr. Arnold; and I have no 

doubt the testimony from every school in our land would, if honestly 

brought out, speak the same verdict. But this is only one side of the 

picture. Let Dr. Arnold present the other also, and show the results, 

as well as the encouragements, of faithful effort in leading the young 

through the wilderness which meets them on the threshold of academic 

life. 



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"Believe me," he says, "that such questions must and ought to pre- 
sent themselves to the mind of every thinking man who is concerned in 
the management of a school ; and I do think that we could not answer 
them satisfactorily, that our work would, absolutely, be unendurable, if 
we did not bear in mind that our eyes should look forward, and not 
backward — if we did not rememher that the victory of fallen man is to be 
sought for, not in innocence, hut in tried virtue. Comparing only the 
state of a boy, after his first half-year or year at school, with his earlier 
state as a child, and our reflections on the evil of our system would be 
bitter indeed. But when we compare a boy's state, after his first half- 
year or year at school, with what it is afterwards ; when we see the 
clouds again clearing off"; when we find coarseness succeeded again by 
delicacy ; harshness and selfishness broken up, and giving place to af- 
fection and benevolence ; murmuring and self-will exchanged for hu- 
mility and self-denial ; and the profane, or impure, or false tongue 
uttering again only words of truth and purity ; and when we see that all 
these good things are now, by God's grace, rooted in the character ; that 
they have been tried, and grown up amidst the trial ; that the knowl- 
edge of evil has made them hate it the more, and be more aware of it — 
then we can look upon our calling with patience, and even with thank- 
fulness. We see the wilderness has been gone through triumphantly, 
and its dangers have hardened and strengthened the traveler for all his 
remaining pilgrimage. For the truth is, that to the knowledge of good 
and evil are we born, and it must come upon us sooner or later. In the 
common course of things, it comes about that age with which w^e are 
here most concerned. I do not mean that there are not faults in early 
childhood — we know that there are ; but we know also, that with the 
strength and rapid growth of boyhood, there is a far greater develop- 
ment of these faults, and, particularly, far less of that submissiveness 
which belonged naturally to the helplessness of mere childhood. I 
suppose that, by an extreme care, the period of childhood might be 
prolonged considerably ; but still it must end, and the knowledge of 
good and evil, in its full force, must come. I believe that this must be. 
I believe that no care can prevent it, and that an extreme attempt at 
carefulness, while it could not keep ofi" the disorder, would weaken the 
strength of the constitution to bear it." ^ * * * ^ 

' ' Ignorance, absence of temptation, the presence of all good impres- 
sions, constitute much of the innocence of mere childhood — so beauti- 
ful while it lasts — so sure to be soon blighted. It is blighted in the first 
experience of life, most commonly when a boy first goes to school. Then 
his mere innocence, which, indeed, he may be said to have worn rather 



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instinctively than from choice, becomes grievously polluted. It is in- 
deed a discouraging season — the exact image of the ungenial springs of 
our natural year. But after this, there comes, as it were, a second 
beginning of life, when principle takes the place of innocence ; when 
thought and inquiry awaken ; when, out of the mere chaos of boyhood, 
the elements of the future character of the man begin to appear. 
Blessed are they for whom the confusion and disarray of their boyish 
life is quickened into a true life by the moving of the Spirit of God ! 
Blessed are they for whom the beginnings of thought and inquiry are 
the beginnings also of faith and love, when the new character receives, 
as it is forming, the Christian seed, and the man is also a Christian. 
And then, this second beginning of life, resting on faith and conscious 
principle, and not on mere passive innocence, stands sure for the middle 
and the end." 

I feel assured that the experience of Dr. Arnold, as to the results of 
academic life, under faithful discipline and instruction, has also been 
happily exemplified in the history of this Institution ; and that the 
change which he so strikingly depicts, as witnessed in his own pupils, 
may be traced in the progress of every class that has been subjected to 
our discipline. I, too, have seen the modesty and the purity of inno- 
cence gradually give way in the course of the first year, and changed 
into the roughness and waywardness and impurity which have marked 
the character of many a member of the third class. It has been at this 
critical culminating of the ''knowledge of evil," that the discipline of 
the Institution has been most frequently exercised, and the patient labor 
of the teacher most earnestly called into requisition. But I, too, have 
seen a change take place, as the second class year advanced. There has 
been a gradual return to the primitive delicacy and purity and truthful- 
ness ; and these good qualities have not only matured in the first'Clasa- 
man during his last year, but they have become " rooted in the char- 
ter ; " the early habit of virtue has been replaced by the settled princi- 
ple of virtue ; and the dangers of the " wilderness," which he has 
triumphantly passed through, have hardened and strengthened him for 
the prilgrimage of life now lying before him. Look at the class now 
presenting themselves for the honors of graduates of the Institution, 
and contrast them as they now appear with what they were two or three 
years ago ; or contemplate the large second class, and see the characters 
it now presents, and remember what they were eighteen months ago, 
and all familiar with them will testify to the accuracy of the statement 
which I have made. But we have had more substantial grounds of en- 
couragement still, founded upon considerations Avhich have constituted 



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the essential basis of the virtuous character to which I have referred. 
This Institution has graduated 522 members, exclusive of the present 
first class, and not one graduate (exclusive of the first graduating class, 
of which I cannot speak positively) has ever left the Institution, who was 
not, at the time of graduation, thoroughly convinced of the Divine Charac- 
ter of our Holy Religion. May we not hope that " the second beginning 
of life," to which Dr. Arnold refers, rested, to many of these, on faith, 
as well as on conscious principle, and that the Christian seed received 
here, has been since developed in the formation of many a Christian 
character ? 

These facts are significant. They not only give encouragement and 
hope to those who have had, amidst such darkness and many clouds to 
struggle on in laborious duty of teaching and disciplining the young 
here, but they furnish the most satisfactory evidence of the soundness of 
the system of discipline which characterizes this Institution ; and this 
would be made still more apparent if an analysis were made of the 
material of which it is usually composed. I am thoroughly per- 
suaded that the system of government of a Military Institution, when 
combined with careful, systematic Bible instruction, furnishes the best 
possible instrumentality for the awakening and development of religious 
character. The community of life and sentiment which peculiarly 
characterizes a Military School, furnishes a powerful bond of sympathy 
for good as well as evil, and no one, acquainted with the growth of piety 
in military life, could fail to have noticed this. But the minute regula- 
tions of a Military School, which are so often objected to by some, serve 
to promote this end in a variety of ways. 

An eloquent divine (Caird) has said, that "one reason why the sinful 
man does not ' understand his errors' is, that sin can be tridy measured 
only when it is resisted. It is impossible to estimate the strength of the 
principle of evil in the soul till we begin to struggle with it ; and the 
careless or sinful man — the man who, by supposition, is not striving 
with, but succumbing to sin — cannot know its force. So long as evil 
reigns unopposed ivithin the soul, it will reign, in a great degree unobserved. 
So long as a man passively and thoughtlessly yields his will to the sway 
of worldly principles or unholy desires and habits, he is in no condition 
to measure their intensity — scarcely to discover their existence. For in 
this, as many other cases, resistance is the best measure of force." And a 
greater than Caird has said, that "by the law is the knowledge of sin.', 
"I had not known lust, except the law had said, thou shalt not covet.'' 
The vices, the irregularities, the follies and the errors of the young, are 
brought to light, made manifest to them in the forming period of their 



VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE. 9 

lives, by the regulations to which they are subjected, when opportunities 
and means may be availed of to correct them ; and thus the regulation 
acts as a school-master, to discipline such before it is too late. We see 
the wisdom of this provision in the experience of those families in which 
the restraints of parental authority are exercised ; and while sinful pro- 
pensities are manifested here, as in all other instances in which law ope- 
rates, the contrast is no less striking as to the results of such a system 
and of that of unrestrained indulgence. The parent in the latter case 
scarcely knows or is conscious of his son's danger. No law restraining 
him, the misguided youth is lost before he or his parents had realized 
that he was in danger. In the other case, the parent finds opposition 
and rebellion on the part of his child — a constant disposition to substi- 
tute his own for the parent's will — frequent attempts to escape the penal- 
ties of established rules, by evasions or false excuses ; but he firmly, yet 
affectionately, enforces respect for his authority, and he enjoys, in after- 
life, the satisfaction of seeing that the beneficial effects of his discipline 
have been to form the character of his son, and he realizes in his success 
the fulfillment of the Divine promise : * ' jPram up a child in the way he 
should go J and when he is old he will not depart from it" The training may 
have exhibited the evil propensities — the wrong tempers of the child — 
but, by and by, when he is old, he will profit by it. 



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System of Instniction and Government. 

The System of Instruction and Government in the Virginia Military 
Institute is distinctive j and is founded upon that of the United States 
Military Academy at West Point. 

As soon as a young man enters the Institution, it assumes over him an 

entire control, and not only directs his moral and intellectual education, 

but provides everything required for his personal wants or comfort. A 

Cadet may, if his parents desire it, remain in charge of the Institution 

for the entire term of four years, as the system of government keeps it 

always in operation. The months of July and August, in each year, 

are devoted exclusively to Military Exercises. Furloughs are granted 

to those who may desire it, in turn, during this period. The Cadets are 

lodged and boarded in the Institution, their Clothing^ Books, and other 

supplies, being provided by the Quartermaster of the Institute, at cost, 
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The sick are under the special care of the Surgeon^ with Hospital and 
other facilities for nursing. 

The energy, system, subordination and self-reliance, which the military 
government of the Institute cultivates, give a 'practical character to the 
education which it supplies. The high reputation which its Alumni 
have established for the School is the evidence of its value. 

Attendance at Chureh and Bible instruction is prescribed for each 
Sabbath. 



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Estimated Expenses for Twelve Months. 

Tuition, $100 00 

Board, S15 00 per month, 180 00 

Washing, $2 00 per month, 24 00 

Fuel and Lights, $3 00 per month, 36 00 

Surgeon's Fee, 10 00 

Estimated College Expenses for Twelve Months, $350 00 

Estimated annual cost for Clothing and incidentals supplied at 

the Institute, 150 00 

Total expenses, including Clothing, $500 00 

This estimate is regarded as sufficient, but as Cadets differ much in 
the wear and tear of clothing and in the care they take of it, the In- 
stitute does not bind itself that this estimate shall not be exceeded. It 
does bind itself to control, by all proper means, the expenses, and the 
average does not exceed the estimate. 

When a Cadet leaves the Institute before the expiration of the year, 
the Tuition fee and Surgeon's fee are required to be paid for the whole year. 
A rateable deduction is made on all other charges. As the estimate in- 
cludes clothing, the issues for the whole year are usually made within 
the first six months. 

Deposits are made with the Treasurer semi-annually, in advance. 
The quarterly Circulars give a statement of the current expenses of each 
Cadet. 

Pocket money is allowed, at the discretion of the parent, not exceed- 
ing $5 00 per month, for which a special deposit must be made with the 
Treasurer. 



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As the Cadets wear a prescribed Uniform, it is only necessary to bring 
a full supply of under Clothing j with Shoes, Towels and bedding ; or 
these articles may be obtained at the Quartermaster's store, at cost. 

The Virginia Military Institute is prosecuting, under the general su- 
perintendence of Com. 31. F. Maury y LL. D., a Physical Survey of 
Virginia, in which great State work, Oen. G. W. C. Lee, Col. J. M. 
Brooke, and Col. M. McDonald will be associated with Commodore 
Maury. This work will afford an appropriate practical field of instruc- 
tion for the students of the school of applied science and the Alumni of 
the Institute, and the Board of Visitors earnestly ask the co-operation of 
the people of Virginia in this effort to prepare an accurate geographical 
map of Virginia, including its physical history. 



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Inspector, Ex- Officio : 

His Eicellency &, C.WALKER, 

GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA. 

• BOARD OR VISITORS! 

[Appointed l>y tlie CJovernorofVirgriiiia,.] 

Hon. JOHN LETCHER, President of the Board. . ..Lexington. 

Hon. WM. H. MACFARLAND Richmond. 

Hon. W. R. STAPLES Christiansburg. 

Col. GEO. W. ROLLING Petersburg. 

WM. SKEEN, Esq Alleghany. 

ZEPH. TURNER, Esq Rappahannock. 

WM. L. OWEN, Esq Halifax. 

RICHARD H. CATLETT, Esq Staunton. 

JVIaj. Gen. WM. H. RICHARDSON, Adj't. Gen. (Ex-Officio.) 



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General FKANCIS H. SMITH, A. M., 

Superintendent and Professor of Mathematics and Moral Philosophy. 

Colonel JOHN T. L. PRESTON, A. M., 

Professor of Latin and English Literature. 

Colonel THOMAS H. WILLIAMSON, 

Professor of Practical Engineering y Architecture and Drawing. 

Colonel WILLIAM GILHAM, A. M., 

Philip St. George Cocke — Professor of Agriculture. 

Colonel ROBERT L. MADISON, M. D., 

Mercer — Professor of AniTnal and Vegetable Physiology applied to 

Agriculture. 

Colonel SCOTT SHIP, 

(hmmandant of Cadets, Instructor of Infantry, Cavalry and Artillery 

Tactics, and Professor of Military History and Strategy. 

Colonel JAMES W. MASSIE, 

Professor of Mathematics. 

Colonel WILLIAM B. BLAIR, 
Jackson — Professor of Natural and Experimental Philosophy. 

General G. W. C. LEE, 
Professor of Civil and Military Engineering and Applied Mechanics. 

Colonel JOHN M. BROOKE, 

Professor of Practical Astronomy, Geodesy, Descriptive and Physical 

Geography and Meteorology. 

Colonel MARSHALL McDONALD, 

Professor of Geology, Mineralogy and Metallurgy. 

Colonel M. B. HARDIN, 

Professor of General and Applied Chemistry. 

Colonel THOMAS M. SEMMES, 

Professor of Modem Langiiages. 

Com. M. F. MAURY, LL. D., 

Professor of Physics and Superintendent Physical Survey of Virginia. 

Colonel WM. D. WASHINGTON, 

Professor of Fine Arts. 



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ASSISTANT PROFESSORS. 



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Colonel WM. E. CUTSHAW, 

Assistant in Physics. 

Captain O. C. HENDERSON, 

Assistant Professor of French Language. 

Captain J. H. MORRISON, 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Mineralogy and Geology. 

Lieut. JAS. H. WADDELL, 

Assistant Professor of Drawing and English. 

Captain WM. M. PATTON, 

Assistant Professor of Latin and Tactics. 

Lieutenant R. H. COUSINS, 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics. 

Captain WM. B. PRITCHARD, 

Assistant Professor of Geography, Drawing and Tactics. 

Captain WM. H. BUTLER, 

Assistant Professor of Mineralogy, Latin and Tactics. 

Lieutenant R. E. NELSON, 

Assistant Professor of Natural and Experimental Philosophy and Latin. 

Lieutenant W. C. POWELL, 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics. 

Lieutenant JAMES E. HEATH, 

Assistant Professor of Latin Language. 

Lieutenant M. PALMER, 
Assistant Professor of Drawing. 

Captain WILLIAM DENHAM, 

Assistant Professor of Tactics. 

Lieutenant THOMAS WITHERS, 

Assistant Professor of Latin and English. 



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Colonel ROBERT L. MADISON, 

Surgeon. 

HOWARD T. BARTON, 

Assistant Surgeon. 

Captain R. HENRY CAMPBELL, 

Quartermaster and Treasurer. 

Captain JOHN T. GIBBS, 

1 Commissary and Steward. 

Captain FRANCIS H. SMITH, Jr., 

Adjutant. 



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17 



SECOND CLASS. 



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*1 Buck, L. N 
*2 Smith, R. M 
*3 Edmonds, J. C. 

4 Blair, H. W 

6 Carter, M. P 

6 Flowerton, W. P 

7Page, W. IB 

SBridgers, J, L 

9 Scurry, M. V 

10 Wilson, R. T 

llPurcell, S. H 

12Norris, L 

ISChilds, W. G 

14 Manson, M 

15 Brooke, R 

16 Hopson, F 

ITMenefee, F. Y 

ISTayloe, 

19Spiller, J. C 

20Sraith, W 

21 Marvin, B 

22 Kindred, H. B 

23Spiller, H 

24 Smith, H , 

2o Littlepage, J. C 

26 Taylor, S 

27 Fisher, F. C , 

28 John, J. F 

29Burwell, E 

30 Clarke, F. B 

31 Waring, J. L 

32Talley, W. H 

33 Randolph, C 

34 Carmicnael, J 

35Marable, J. R 

86 Cooper, J. W 

37 Hopson, J 

38Langhorne, W. A 

39 Anderson, J. R 

40 Cooke, A. M 

41 Hopkins, F 

42Rodes, L. P 

43Quarles, G 

44 Noland, N 

45 Barrett. J 

46Epe8, H. H 

47 Randolph, N 

48 Arthur, E 

49Jett, J 

51 Bailey, J. W 

52 Riley, J. M 

53 Patrick, C 

64Dabney, T. J 

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Sergeant. 

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3d Ord. Sergeant. 
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Sergeant. 

1st Ord. Sergeant. 

Sergeant. 

Sergeant. 



Sergeant. 



18 



VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE. 



THIRD CLASS. 






NAMES. 



*1 Wilson, M. 

Halyburton, P. G. 
*3 Bridgers, H. 

4 Myrick, J. S. 

5 Bailey, S. G. 

6 Jerdone, W. 

7 Morgan, J. 

8 Baylor, H. 

9 Young, N. E. 
lOFrazier, T.J. 
11 Wade, J. 
12Kirkland, B. 

13 Hamilton, A. 

14 Smith, M. 
16 Sims, J. 

16 Pearson, W. 

17 Manson, N. 

18 Pearson, R.. 

19 Kirk, W. G 

20 Balfour, W. T... 

21 Shields, W. T. ., 

22 Baylor, G 

23 Mitchell, .W 

24 Harris, J 

25 Watson, E 

26Irby, J. McD 

27 Glenn, J. D 

28Tinker, W. E 

29 Legare, J. L 

30Dubignon, F 

31 Twiggs, A.J 

32Hardie, T. C 

33Noland, P 

34 Ware, J. E 

35 Matthews, E 

36Syberg, F 

37 Brewer, Jos 

38 Robinson, T 

39 Denham, A 

40 Plattenberg, W. 

41 Harvie, S 

42 Arthur, J 

43Mabry, W. S 

44 Wade, W 

45McCance, J 

46Kells, R. H 

47 Bos well, F 

48 Gage, F 

49 Wheatley, W 

SOlFranklin, H 



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Va. 

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Miss. 

Va. 

N.C. 

Ala. 

S. C. 

Ga. 

Ga. 

Ala. 

Va. 

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Corporal. 

Corporal. 

Corporal. 
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Corporal. 



VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE. 



19 



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62 
63 



NAMES. 



Camp, G. K, .... 

Mathews, J 

Barksdale, W., 

Watson, R 

French, E 

Denham, J 

Davis, A 

Scrutchin, J. G. 

Robinson, J 

Battle, J. D 

Fairfax, H 

White, R 

Jett, J. W 

Dancey, W. W. 

Richeson, T 

Jayne, J. M 

Gage, C 

Murrell, D 

Drane, H. T 

English, J 

Taylor, J 

White, F 

Gardiner, A.. .. 
Boykin, C. S.,.. 

Brown, J, F 

Pender, C 

Strager, C 

Simmons, F. W 

Dixon, J. T 

Norris, W 



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Va. 

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Miss. 

Ala. 

Va. 

Tenn. 

S. C. 

Va. 

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Ala. 

Ohio. 

N.C. 

Va. 

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REMARKS. 



Absent with leave. 
Absent with leave. 
Absent with leave. 



Deficient in conduct. 



Deficient in conduct. 
Deficient in conduct. 
Absent sick. 
Absent with leave. 
Absent with leave. 



20 



VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE. 



FOUKTH CLASS. 









«1 
«2 
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4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
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10 
11 
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13 
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16 
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NAMES. 



Brady, J 

Spotwood, M. L. . 

Harris, R 

Rucker, B. M 

Harris, D 

Sullivan, 

Ta;5rlor, M 

Prmtup, J 

Taylor, Z 

Chilton A. H 

Rutherford, T 

John&ton, A 

Hawkins, D 

Murrell, H 

Clark, T 

Whitehead, G 

Dove, J. E 

Moore, E. H 

Smith, J 

Batchelor, W. P.. 
Baugh, J. B, S... 

Wilson, W 

Morgan, G 

Groome, J. B 

Anderson, F 

Forbes, T 

Magrath, W. J.... 

Morrell, W. G 

Gardner, J 

Miller, C. C 

Halsey, J. M 

Harman, W 

Williamson. O 

Ferguson, A. P... 

Fontaine, 

Printuss, C 

Fairfax, R 

Nalle, Wm 

Richardson, J 

Matthews, W 

Adams, J 

Spady, T. G 

Tuggle, J. B 

Kearney, J 

Bilisoly, J. McA 

Russell, W. P 

Mathews, N 

Dall, J 

Crump, E. T 

Huffman, R. L..... 



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Va. 

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Ala. 

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Deficient in conduct. 



VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE. 



21 



FOURTH CLASS— Continued. 



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NAMES. 



Patton, J. H 

Williamson, J.... 
Hansbrough, W. 
Richardson, W... 
Bracken, S. E.... 

Bussey, H. C 

English, C 

Pannill, J. F 

Giles, S 

Ames. W 

Hansbrough, J... 

Wyatt, F 

Anderson, R 

Owens, A. W 

Ellis, S 

White, N 

Watson, W. F.... 

Ficlin, W. G 

Gilmore, J. W.... 
McConnell, E.... 
Overton, D. C. ... 

West, C. H 

Watson, J 

Jones, W 

Davi<?on, P 

Patrick, J 

Williamson, T.... 

Harrison, M 

Ellis, L 

Ladson, J. H 

Wright, C 

Schmidt, 

Kimball, 

Henderson, J 

Harman, A 

Rainey, B., 

Rainey, L 

Herndon, 

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Barksdale, E 

Graves, 

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40 
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29 
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79 
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74 
75 
56 



REMARKS. 



Deficient in conduct. 



Absent sick. 
Not examined. 



88 
227 
187 
200 
200 

34 

40 

42 
123 
200 
190 
133 

38 
200 
184 

35 
154 
169 
152 
154 

48 
101 
265 
195 
144 
151 

98 
195 

86 
156 
Absent not examined. 
ONo standing assigned. 

29 No standing assigned. 
ONo standing assigned. 

78 Absent sick. 

58 No standing assigned. 

28 No standing assigned. 
130 No standing assigned. 

61 No standing assigned. 
142 No standing assigned. 

66 No standing assigned. 
187 Absent sick. 



Deficient in conduct. 



^gjl»sttlt^ tl ffit^ll^tt 



♦ 4 ^ » » 



All offences against orders or Regulations are recorded. 

These offences are divided into seven grades ; each of which com- 
prises offences of nearly the same degree of criminality. The degree 
of criminality of offences of each grade is expressed by a number, as 
follows: 

Offences of the 1st grade by 10. 



" 2d 






8 


*' 8d 






5 


" 4th 






4 


" 5th 






3 


'' 6th 






2 


** 7th 






1 



For each year (after the first year) that a Cadet has been a member 
of the Institute, his offences are made to count more, by adding to the 
number expressing the degree of criminality, of each offence, one-sixth 
for the second class — and one-third for the third class — and one-half 
for the first class. 

At the end of the Academic year, these numbers are added up, and 
the sum thus obtained is that found in the column of ** demerit." 

When a Cadet has more than 100 demerit by the 1st of January, or 
200 in one year, he is dismissed ipso facto. 



VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE. 



23 



ORDER OF MERIT. 

In Conduct of the Corps of Cadets , for the year ending July!, 1869, Ike 
names of those Cadets who have passed the whole year vdthout demerit 
being indicated as an asterisk * as distinguished in conduct. 



B 



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*4 

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*7 
*8 
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*13 
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*20 

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31 

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33 

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39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 



NAMES. 



Ford, J. L 

Powell, W. C... 

Smith, F.H 

Harris, P. E.... 

Buck, 

Smith, R. M.... 

Manson, M 

Brooke, R 

Clarke, F 

Waring, 

Taylor, S — . 

Talley, , 

Carmichael 

Barrett, J 

Wilson, M , 

Baylor, H 

Young, 

Frazier, 

Jett, W 

Spotswood, 

Sullivan, 

Printuss, J 

Johnston, F , 

Hawkins, D 

Smith, J 

Wright, , 

Schmidt, , 

Henderson, 

Marvin, B 

Menefee, 

Quarles, 

Jerdoue, 

Denham, W 

Page, 

Tackett, C 

Tayloe, 

Haly burton, 

Bridgers, Ii 

Taylor, M.... 

Baylor, G 

Kimball, 

Hamilton. 

Wethington, 

Randolph, C .... 
Morgan, J 



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..16 
..17 
..19 
..20 
.21 
..21 
..21 
..22 
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NAMES. 



..46 Taylor, Z. 
..47 Bailejr, S. 
..48Hardie, .. 
..49Rainey, L. 
..50Mauson, N. 
..51Murrell, H. 
..52 Simmons, . 
..53 Purcell, S. H. 
..54 Kindred,. 
..55 Esses, H. H. 
..56 Harris, R 
..57 Rucker, 
..58Halsee,. 
..59 Fairfax, R. 
..60 Heath, J. E. 
..61 Chilton,, 
..62 Anderson, F. 

.63Bussay, 

.64Childs,W. G 

.65Mabry, , 

..66 White, N 

..67Spady, 

..68 Withers, T 

..69Flowerton, 

..70 Wilson, R 

..71Norris, L 

..72Fisher, 

..73 Hopkins, F 

..74 Anderson, R 

..75 Wilson, W 

..76 Spiller, J. C , 

..77 Harris, D 

..78Marable, 

..79 Gardner, A 

..80 English, C 

..81 Hopson, J 

..82 Anderson, J. R... 

..83Pannell, 

..84 Anderson. C. W. 

..86 Letcher, S. H 

..86 Palmer, 

..87 Stacker, C 

..88 Cooper, 

89 Rutherford, T.... 
..90 Moore, 



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27 
28 
28 
29 
30 
30 
30 
31 
32 
32 
32 
32 
32 
34 
34 
34 
34 
35 
35 
35 
36 
37 
37 
37 
37 
37 
37 
38 
38 
39 
39 
40 
40 
40 
41 
42 
42 
48 
48 
48 
43 
48 
43 
43 



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NAMES. 



..91 Williamson, 

..92 Scurry, M. V , 

..93 Edmonds, J. C...., 

..94 Fairfax, H 

..95 Marvin, J. A , 

..96 Robinson, J , 

..97 Overton, , 

..98 Fontaine, 

..99 Denham, A , 

lOOBoykin, 

101 Scruggs, B , 

102 Wilkinson, F.H. 

103John, 

104Murrell, D 

105Harman, W , 

106 Twiggs, , 

107Noland, P 

108 Mathews, W..; 

109 Clark, T 

llOTinker, 

111 Balfour, 

112 Shields, 

113 Harris, J 

114 Hopson, F 

115 Walker, CD , 

116 Smith, W 

lUMorrell, W 

118 Denham, J 

119 Mathews, E 

120 English, J 

121Rodes, L. P 

122Bilisoly, J 

123Harman, A 

124 Anderson, C.J... 

125 Brewer, 

126 Fairfax, Thos 

127 Spiller, H 

128 White, F 

129 Ellis, L 

180 Patten, J. 



181 
182 
183 
184 
135 



Rainey, B. 

Tuller, 

Glenn, 

Ware, 

Tuggle, 



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..43 
..44 
..45 
..45 
..46 
..48 
..48 
..49 
..50 
..60 
..51 
..52 
..52 
..52 
..55 
..57 
..61 
..61 
..62 
..68 
..64 
..64 
..64 
..66 
..66 
..67 
..69 
..70 
..71 
..72 
..76 
..77 
..78 
..82 
..88 
..84 
..85 
..86 
..86 
..88 
..88 
.89 
..90 
..90 
..90 



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VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE. 



ORDEK OF MERIT— Continued. 



125 

B 



NAMES. 



136Noland, N 

137 Dixon 

138 Legare, 

139 Brady, J 

140 Morgan, Gr 

141 Carter, M 

142 Sims, 

143 Williamson, T. 
144Plattenburg, ... 

145Norris, W 

146 West, 

147Bauffh, 

MSSmitTi, M 

149 Groome, 

150 Smith, H 

151 Miller, 

152 Richardson, J . 
153 Stokes, C. P.... 
154Harvie, 

155 Bailey, W.J... 

156 Davis, A 

157Drane,I 

158 Matthews, N... 

159 Pearson, R 

160 Blair, 

161 Dove, 

162 Russell, 

163 Arthur, E 

164 Laughorne, 

165Mosby, 

166 Giles, 

167 Watson, R 

168 Riley, 

169 Littlepage, 

170Jett, J 

171.Jervey, 



B 

a' 

CD 



CD 

B 

a 



..91 

..91 

..94 

..94 

..94 

..97 

..97 

..98 

100 

101 

101 

102 

104 

104 

105 

106 

108 

109 

110 

112 

112 

112 

113 

115 

116 

119 

120 

121 

121 

123 

123 

126 

127 

128 

128 

129 



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cr 

CD 



NAMES. 



172 Whitehead,. 

173 Wyatt, 

174 Arthur, J. 

175 Kelle, 

176 Pearson, W. 

177 Syberg, 
178Herndon,. 

179 Green, 

180 Forbes, 

181 Matthews, J.. 

182 Kirk, 

183 Barksdale, E. 

184 Davidson, P.. 

185 Gage, C 

l86Kirkland, B.. 

187 Patrick, J 

l88Gilmore 

189 Watson, W 

190 Ladson, , 

191 Dancey, 

192 Robinson, T... 

193 Randolph 

194 Gage, F 

195 Scrutchin, 

l96Nalle, 

197 Ferguson, 

198 Barrett, A 

199Semple, 

200 Ames, 

201Ficklin, 

202 Watson, E 

203 Battle, 

204 Richeson, 

•5 Batchelor 

206iBurwell, E 

207Magrath, 



!2| 

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CD 
O 

O 

CD 

B 

CD 



130 
133 
133 
133 
134 
134 
135 
138 
138 
140 
141 
142 
144 
145 
151 
151 
152 
154 
156 
159 
160 
161 
163 
163 
163 
164 
165 
166 
167 
169 
178 
174 
175 
177 
183 
184 



B 

CD 



208 

209 

210 

211 

212 

213 

214 

215 

216 

217 

218 

219 

220 

i221 

1222 

1223 

1224 

1225 

226 

227 

228 

229 

230 

231 

232 

233 

234 

235 

236 

237 

238 

239 

240 

241 

142 

14S 



NAMES. 



Ellis, S 

Cooke, M, A 

Hansborough W.. 

Jordan, J 

Mitchell, 

Hansborough, W. 

Gardner, J 

Barksdale, W 

Harrison, M 

Jones, W 

Camp, 

Kearney, 

Patrick, C 

Wheatley, 

Wade, W 



Franklin, 

Dabney, 

Irby, 

McCance, 

Jayne, 

Brown, 

Longstreet, 

Dubignon, 

Dall, 

Richardson, W. 

Brackin, 

Ames, R 

White, A 

Owens, W 

Cramp, E. T 

fWilliamson,' J. 

fWatson, J 

fStrayer, , 

tTaylor, J , 

fHuffman, R.... 



!2J 

B 
c 

CD 
•-S 

O 

o 

CD 

B 

CD 



fC. Pender,, 



184 

187 

187 

187 

189 

190 

191 

193 

195 

195 

196 

196 

197 

197 

198 

199 

199 

199 

199 

199 

199 

200 

200 

200 

200 

200 

200 

200 

200 

200 

227 

265 

244 

251 

245 

215 



t Deficient in Conduct. 



€«BP8 OF €AB]e:ts 



OF THE 



TlrglBlft nilllAry Instttnte 

ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED, BY CLASSES, 

FOR THE SESSIOJ^ 1869 AKB 1870, 



Commenciiis: July I9 1869. 



> 4 ^> > 



FIRST CLASS. 

( SENIOR OR GRADUATING CLASS. ) 



Anderson, J. E Va. 

Arthur, E. R S. C. 

Barrett, J. D Ky. 

Barrett, A. L Ky. 

Blair, H. W Va. 

Bridgers, J. L X. C. 

Brooke, R I Va. 

Buck, L. K Va. 

BURAVELL, E. H Md. 

Carmichael, J Ga. 

Carter, M. P Va. 

Childs, W.G S.C. 

Clarke, F Ala. 

Cooke, A. M. .., Va. 

Dabney, T. J Ga. 

Edmonds, J. C Va. 

Epes, H. II Va. 

Flsher, F. C N. C, 

Green, J. J Va. 

Hopkin, J. F Ark. 

HopsoN, J. W Teim. 

HopsoN, F Tenn. 

HowERTON, W. r . . Va. 

John, J. F Ala. 

Kindrp:d, H. B Va. 

Langhorne. W. a Va. 

Total, 

4 



LiTTLEPAGE, J. C Va. 

Manson, M. S Va. 

Marable, J. R Tenn. 

Marvin, B Fla. 

Menefee, F. Y Va. 

N^OLAND, X Va. 

NoRRis, L Va. 

Page,W.B Va 

Patrick, CM Va. 

PURCELL, S. H Va. 

Quarles, G Ark. 

Randolph, C Va. 

Randolph, N Va. 

RoDES, L. P Va. 

Riley, J. M Mo. 

Scurry, M. V Va. 

Smith, R. M Md. 

Smith, H Va. 

Smith, W. W N. C. 

Spiller, J. C Md. 

Spiller, II Va. 

Taylor, S Va. 

Tayloe, O Va. 

Talley, W. II Va. 

Waring, J. L Va. 

Wilson, R.T... Va. 

.52 



^6 



YIHGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE. 



SECOND CLASS. 



Arthur, J S. C. 

Bailey, S. G Ga. 

Balfour, W. T Miss. 

Barksdale, W. J Ya. 

BoswELL, F.S Va. 

BoYKix, C. S ...*..- . .Ala. 

Bridgers, H If^.C. 

Brewer, Jos La. 

Baylor, H. B ..W. Ya. 

Baylor, T. G W. Ya. 

Camp, G. K. . . Ala. 

dancy, w. w ...:n^. c. 

Davis, A. P Ga. 

Denham, a Fla. , 

Denham. J Fla. 

DuBiGNON, F Ga. 

Fairfax, H Ya. 

Franklin, J. H Md. 

Frazier, T. J Ya. 

Gardner, A. L Ya. 

Glenn, J. D Z^. C. 

Halyburton, p. G Ya. 

Hamilton, A ^N". C. 

Hardie, T. C Ala. 

Harris, J. A Ya. 

Irby, J. R. McD Ya. 

Jayne, J. M ..Miss. 

Jerdone, W. S Ya. 

Kello, R. H Ya. 

Total, 



Kirk, W. G Ya. 

KiRKLAND, B. K Md. 

Legare, J. L S. C. 

Manson, N Ya. 

McCoRMiCK, M Ya. 

Matthews, J Ya. 

Mathews, J. E Ala. 

McCance, J. D Ya. 

Mitchell, W Ya. 

Morgan, J, H Ala. 

Mabry, W. S Ala. 

Myrick, J. S ^S". G. 

PearsoNjR. Ala. 

Pearson, W Ala. 

Plattenberg, Ala. 

Robinson, T Ga. 

Shields, W. P Ya. 

Sims, Jno Ya. 

Simmons, F. W Ya. 

Syberg, F Ark. 

Twiggs, A. J. Ga. 

Wade, J Ga. 

Ware, J. E Ala. 

Wheatley, W D. C. 

White, F- Ala. 

Watson, R Va. 

Wilson, M. A S. C. 

Young, 2^. E Va. 



.57 



THIRD CLASS. 



Adams, J. M Ya. 

Batchelor, W. P ]Sr. C 

Baugh, J. B. S. Ya. 

Bell, R. P Va. 

BinsoLY, J. McA Ya. 

Brady, J Va. 

Cammack, J. C Va. 

Chilton, A.H Ala. 

Clarke, T Va. 

Crain, L. S La. 

Crump, E. T Va. 

Dall, J Md. 

Dove, J. E Va. 

English, CD Fla. 

English, J. E S. C. 



Fairfax, R Va. 

Ferguson, A. P Va. 

Fontaine, W. L Va. 

Forbes, T Ala. 

Groome, J. B Miss. 

Halsey, J. M Va. 

Harman, W Va. 

Harris, D Va. 

Harris, R Va. 

Hawkins, D Ya. 

Hood, M. F Ga. 

Johnston, A. L Va. 

Lawrason, S La. 

M A T the ws , jS" La. 

Matthews, W Ala. 



VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE. 



27 



THIRD CLASS— Continued. 



Magrath, W.J S. C. 

Morris, R. P. W. Va. 

MORRELL, W. G Ga. 

Morgan, G Ala. 

Moore, E. H Ala. 

MURRELL, D Va. 

MURRELL, H Va. 

Nalle, Wm Va. 

Pattox, J Teim. 

Prixtuss, J Ga. 

Prixtuss, C Ga. 

Pucker, B. M Va. 

Rutherford, T W. Va. 

Russell, W. P S. C. 

Totai, 



Smith, J. II Ala. 

SuLLiVAX, A. R Ga. 

Spady, T. G Va. 

Spotswood, M. L Va. 

Taylor, Z Tenn. 

Taylor, M Va. 

Taylor, Geo Va. 

TuTE VILER, Jxo Va. 

Tuggle, J. B Va. 

WiLsox,W. H M(l. 

Watsox, J Va. 

White, R Ala. 

Whitehead, H. G Va, 

Williamson, O Tenn. 

58 



FOUETH CLASS. 



Adams, W Miss. 

Allex, G. H Va. 

Allex, O. S Va. 

AxDERsox, H. B Tenn. 

AxDERsox, R Ga. 

Bailey, E. B Fla. 

Barxey, C. G Va. 

Barksdale, E Miss. 

Battle, R Texas. 

Beck, J. T Ala. 

Bele, B Miss. 

Beverly, J. H Va. 

Beverly, W Va. 

BiLisoLY, A Va. 

Boukxight, E S.C. 

Boxham, J — S.C. 

Bresox, R Va. 

BURWELL, II X.C. 

BuRWPXL, R Md. 

Butler, T. W La. 

Camp, W Va. 

Campbell, W. S Va. 

Carter, A. R Ala. 

Chandler, R. G Va. 

Carson, C. C Va. 

Cheves, L. A Ga. 

Claiborne, W. W Va. 

AN, T. L Ala. 



COCKRAN, J. W Ala. 

CuRRAN, W. S Ark. 

Devixe, T Texas. 

Dow,F. P Tenn. 

Douthat, J. M Va. 

Ellis, L. W Miss. 



Ellis, S. M Miss. 

Faisox, W. H N.C. 

Farrar, W La. 

FiGGAT, R. C Va. 

Flowers, J. B Miss. 

Fort, R. M La. 

Flaker, C La. 

Fluker, W. S La. 

Gay,W.P Va. 

Giles, S Md. 

Graham, B S. C. 

Graves, T Tenn . 

Graves, W Tenn. 

Gray, A. P.. Va. 

Gregg, A. W Texas. 

Gregory, M Ark. 

George, E. D Ala. 

Harrison, M V'a. 

Uarrison, J. W Va. 

Hansborough, J Va. 

Hansborough, W Va. 

Hargrove, C. H Va. 



28 



VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE. 



FOURTH CLASS— Continued. 



Hayes, J. A ^. C. 

Hankes, L.B S. C. 

Hankins, W. a Va. 

Harman, a Va. 

Hawkins, E. R Miss. 

Herndox, C. H '. Ala. 

HucK, F Texas. 

HucK, H. J Texas. 

Humphreys, T. S Ky. 

Humphreys, D. C Ky. 

Jackson, J. M W. Va. 

Jett, J. ^Y Va. 

Jervey, a. P S. C. 

Jones, E. F Ala. 

Jones, W Tenn. 

Jone>?, a. P Texas. 

Johnston, J. D .Ala, 

Johnston, W. S Ala. 

Jordan, F Ala. 

KiDD, W. ]^ Texas. 

Kimball, W. D Wis. 

KiRKLAND, A Md. 

Ladson, J. H S. C. 

Lawrason, G. B La. 

Letcher, J. D W. Va. 

LONGMOOR, J. E W.Va. 

LONEY, J Md. 

LowMAN, A. T Va. 

Lythe, p. B Texas. 

Lyle, M Mo. 

Malone, a. R Ala. 

Malone, G. W Ala. 

Matthews, C. L La. 

Matthews, R. B La. 

Mastin, E. A Ala. 

Mastin, T. F Ala. 

Mayhew, L. D Mo. 

McCONNELL,E Ala. 

McClean, R. C Ala. 

McCandlish, C La. 

McCuTCHON, P. B Miss. 

McCuTCHON, F. B ' Miss. 

McRady, J. H La. 

McCall, W. J Tenn. 



McCowN, B Va. 

McFarland, F. P Miss. 

McDonald, K Va. 

Metcalfe, J. A Ky. 

Metcalfe, O Miss. 

Meredith, E. D Va. 

Minor, L. W Va. 

MoNCURE, P. D Va. 

Moore, J. W Ala. 

MuRRELL, G Miss. 

Newton, G. H Va. 

Nicholas, W. T Va. 

Owens, A. W Fla. 

Owens, W. P Ya. 

Overton, D. C Ky. 

Palmer, T. W Fla. 

Patton, D La. 

Patrick, J, B S. C. 

Phelps, E. M Va. 

Platt, E.W S.C. 

Price, J. W Va. 

Price, T.B Va. 

Radford, S. R Va. 

Raht, Adolphus Tenn. 

Rainey, L Ala. 

Rainey, E. B Ala. 

Rector, L. L Texas. 

Reynolds, J. M Ala. 

Richardson, W Miss. 

RlGGS,W S.C 

Roberts, TV. H Ala, 

Robinson, G S. C. 

Ross, J. F Ala. 

Rutherford, W Va. 

Rutherford, R. W Va. 

Schmidt, R La. 

Schoolcraft, O.J Va. 

Scruggs, B Ala. 

Scruggs, F. M Va. 

Sledge, W. M Texas. 

Shackleford, H. L Texas. 

Sloan, J. G Va. 

Slaughter, J N. Y. 

Smith, L. W Ga. 



VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE. 



29 



FOURTH CLASS— CoNTrNUED. 



Smith, G. E Miss. 

Smith, C. R W. Va. 

Stearnes, J. W Tenn. 

Stokes, W. G Va. 

Strange, H. B Va. 

Striblixg, R Va. 

•Taliaferro, ^V, A Va. 

Tames, W. P Va. 

Taylor, I Va. 

Taylor, R Va. 

Ward, W. J Md. 

Washington, J. W W. Va. 

Washington, L W. Va. 

Total 



Watson, W Tenn. 

Waters, W. S Md. 

Walton, J. N Va. 

West, C. H S.C. 

Weigand, W. E Md. 

White, X.J S.C. 

Williamson, T Tenn. 

Williams, S. M Va. 

Williams, G.P .Va. 

Woodward, T. S Texas. 

Wright, C Va. 

Wyatt, F Ga. 

YuCKLEY, J. H Ala. 

170. 



30 VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE. 



EECAPITTOATIOK* 



M ♦ M V 

Virginia 136 

West Virginia 10 

North Carolina 12 

Tennessee 16 

South Carolina 21 

Georgia 17 

Alabama 44 

Florida 7 

Mississippi 17 

Louisiana 15 

Texas 12 

Arkansas 6 

Maryland 13 

New York 1 

Missouri 3 

Kentucky 6 

District or Columbia ^. 1 

Wisconsin 1 

Total 337 

Total, including Special Students 343 

Ncliool of Civil Engfineering-. 

Thomas Withers, of Virginia Graduate in Academic School, 1869. 

Martin Palmer, of Florida " " " 1869. 

Wm. B. Denham, of Florida " *' " 1869. 

J. Alexander, of Virginia 

School of Applied Cliemistry. 

W. H. Butler, of Virginia Graduate in Academic School, 1868. 

W. C. Powell, of Virginia " " " 1869. 

Total 6. 



VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE. 



31 



9Tlf«P8IS 



or tlie Coiir.§e of Studies in the Aeadomlc ^ohool. 



FIRST CLASS. 



SUBJECT. 



Applied Mechanics. 



Civil Engineering and 
Architecture. 



Moral Science,Rhetoric 
and Logic. 



RECITATIONS. 



From 8 A. M. to 10 A. M., 
daily^ from September to 
January. 



TEXT BOOKS. 



From 8 A. M. to 10 A. M., 
daily^ from January to 
July. 



Rankine's Applied Me- 
chanics. 



Rankine's Civil Engineer- 
ing, Lectures and Draw- 
ing. 



From 10 A. M. to 11 A. M., Paley's Moral Philosophy, 
alternately, one with an- Butler's Sermons on Huinnn 



other, from September to 
July. 



Physical Geography. 



Mineralogy & Geology. 



Ordnance & Gunnery, 
Military Engineering, 
Military History and 
Strategy. 



From 11 A. M. to 1 P. M., 

daily^ from September to 
January. 



Nature, Blair, Whatelj, 
Hamilton — Lectures. 



Murry's and Somerville's 
Physical Geography. 



From II A. M. to 1 P. M., Dana's Mineralogy, Dana's 
daily, from January to 



July. 



Manual of Geology. 



From 2 P. M. to 4 P. M., Benton's Ordnance & Gun- 
alternating, one with an- nery, Lendy's Fortifica- 
other, from September to tion, DuParcq's Military 
July. Art and History. 

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SYNOPSIS— Continued. 



SECOND CLASS. 



SUBJECT. 


RECITATIONS. 


TEXT BOOKS. 


Natural Philosophy. 


From 8 A. M. to 10 A. M., 
daily, from September to 
July. 


Boucharlat's Mechanics; 
Bartlett's Acoustics and 
Optics; Bartlett's Spher- 
ical Astronomy. 


Physiology. 


From 10 A. M. to 11 A. M., 
alternating with Tactics, 
from September to July. 


Lectures and Dalton. 


Tactics. 


From 10 A. M. to 11 A. M., 
alternating with Physi- 
ology, from September to 
July. 


Upton's Infantry Tactics; 
U. S. Artillery Tactics. 


Latin. 


From 11 A. M. to 1 P. M., 

daily, from September to 
July. 


Tacitus, Horace, Terence 
and Juvenal. 


Chemistry. 


From 2 P. M. to 4 P. M., 
daily, from September to 
July. 


Bowman's Chemistry; Ros- 
coe's Chemistry. 



VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE, 



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synopsis—Continued. 



THIRD CLASS. 



SUBJECT. 


RECITATIONS. 


TEXT BOOKS. 


Mathematics. 


From 8 A. M. to 10 A. M., 
daily^ from September to 
July. 


Gillespie's Surv'g; Smith's 
Biot s Analytical Geome- 
try; Smithes Descriptive 
Geometry ; Lectures on 
Shades, Shadows and Per- 
spective; Courtenay's Dif- 
ferential and Integral Cal- 
culus; Bledsoe's Philoso- 
phy of Mathematics. 


Physics. 


From 10 A. M. to 11 A. M., 

alternately^ from Septem- 
ber to July. The recita- 
tions on Physics being on 
the same days with draw- 
ing ; but on different days 
from recitations in Latin. 


Atkinson's Ganot's Physics. 


French. 


From 11 A. M. to 1 P, M., 

daily, from September to 
July. 


Bolmar's Levizaes' and Fas- 
quelle's Grammars; Gil 
Bias' Corinne; Collot's 
Dramatic French Reader; 
Picot, No. 6. 


Latin. 


From 2 P. M. to 4 P. M., 
alternating, daily, with 
Drawing, from September 
to July. 


Bullion's Zumpt's, Harri- 
son's and Gildersleeve's 
Latin Grammars; Caesar, 
Arnold's Prose Composi- 
tion, Virgil, Cicero, Livy. 


Drawing. 


From 2 P. M. to 4 P. M., 

alternating, daily, with 
Latin, from September to 
July. 


Landscape, Mechanical 
Drawing. 



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SYNOPSIS— Continued. 



FOURTH CLASS. 



SUBJECT. 


RECITATIONS. 


TEXT BOOKS. 


Mathematics. 


From 8 A. M. to 11 A. M., 

daily ^ from September to 
July. 


Smith's Algebra, Smith's 
Legendre's Geometry, 
Smith's Lefebure, De 
Fourey's Trigonometry, 
Smithes Descriptive Ge- 
ometry. 


English Language. 


From 11 A. M. to 1 P. M., 

daily, from September to 
January, alternating hour- 
ly, with Latin. 


Kerle's Grammar. 


Descriptive and Physi- 
cal (jeography. 


From 11 A. M. to 1 P. M., 
daily, from January to Ju- 
ly, alternating, hourly, 
with Latin. 


Maury's Geography, Maps, 

&c. 

■ 


Latin. 


From 11 A. M. to 1 P. M., 

daily, from September to 
July, alternating, hourly, 
with English Language 
and Geography. 


McClintock's Latin Gram- 
mar— Coesar, Sallust, Vir- 
gil, Cicero. 


French. 


From 2 P. M. to 4 P. M., 

alternating, daily, with 
Drawing, from September 
to July. 


De Fivas', Bolmar's Levi- 
zae's and Fas quel 1 e's 
Grammars, Gil Bias, 
Charles XII., Pi cot's 
No. 5. 


Drawing. 


From 2 P. M. to 4 P. M., 
alternating, daily, with 
French, from September 
to July. 


Pen and Colored Topogra- 
phy, Etching with the pen 
or seed, &c. 



H^^^idi ^tk^t t$ imm4I#¥ fitt<itt« 



♦ »♦■♦♦ 



The Special School of Applied Science^ in the Virginia Military Insti- 
tute, is organized for the purpose of enabling the Graduates of the In- 
stitute to prosecute the various professional courses embraced in the 
applications of science. 

The Special School of Applied Science, in the Virginia Military Insti- 
tute, is arranged in the following Courses j which may be prosecuted 
separately or in combination : 

I. — Course of Architecture. 
II. — Course of Civil Engineering. 
III. — Course of Machines. 
IV. — Course of Mining. 
V. — Course of Metallurgy. 
VI. — Course of Analytical and Applied Chemistry. 
VII. — Course of Agriculture. 

I._COURSE OF ARCHITECTURE. 
Professor T. H. Williamson. 

1. i)raw;m^— Including pen and colored topography, mechanical, 

lettering and coloring. 

2. Ifaferia/s— Stone, brick, wood, mortars, mastics, glue, paints, &c. 

3. Masonry — Retaining walls, walls of enclosure, edifices, ornaments, 

arches, stone-cutting. 

4. Carpe/i^r?/— Timbers, framing, beams, joints, floors, partitions, 

roofs, domes, centres, windows, stairways. 

5. Foundations — In water, on land. 

6. Classical Architecture— Orders, Egypt, Rome, Greece. 

7. Design. 

8. Romanesque. 

9. Gothic. 



36 VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE. 

II.— COURSE OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. 
Professor T. H. Williamson. 

1. Drawing — Pen and colored topography, mechanical, &c. 

2. Materials — Same as in Course of Architecture. 

3. Masonry — 

4. Carpentry — 



(( it (( 

5. Foundations — " ** ** 



6. Surveying — Running lines and curves for common and railroads, 

canals, leveling, profiles, estimates, &c. 

7. Bridges — Stone, wooden, iron. 

8. Common Roads. 

9. Railroads. 

10. Tunnels. 

11. Locomotives. 

12. Canals. 

13. Rivers, docks, harbors. 

14. Mining. 

III.— COURSE OF MACHINES. 
Professor G. W. C. Lee. 

GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF MACHINES. 

Muscular Power — Power of men — Power of Horses, &c. 

Water Power and Wind Power — Sources of water for Power. 

Water Power Engines in general. 

Water Bucket Engines. 

Water Pressure Engines. 

Verticle water wheels. 

Turbines. 

Fuid-on-Fluid, Impulse Engines, Windmills. 

Steam and other Heat Engines. — Relations of the Phenomena of Heat. 

Combustion and Fuel. 

Principles of Thermodynamics. 

Furnaces and Boilers. 

Mechanism of Steam Engines. 

Electro-Magnetic Engines. 



VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE. 37 

IV.— COURSE OF MINING. 
Professor M. McDonald. 

Course of Lectures on Mining — Embracing prospecting, breaking 
ground, boring, blasting, tubing, sinking shafts, driving tunnels, ven- 
tilating and lighting ; the differnt methods of working mines ; mining 
machinery and motors, engines, horses, pumps, wagons, drums, &c. ; 
the dressing and concentration of minerals, crushers, stamps, washers, 
amalgamators, &c. ; quarrying and open workings ; details of mining 
in this country and statistics of mining generally. 

Drawing — Geological maps and sections; coloring the same; and 
plans and section of mines, quarries and other open workings ; mining 
machinery and implements ; plans of ventilation. 

v.— THE COURSE OF METALLURGY. 
Professor M. McDonald. 

Special Geology of Coal, Iron, Copper, Lead, Zinc, Salt, &c., with 
particular reference to N. A. localities. 

Metallurgy — Review of more important metals and their ores ; Metal- 
lurgical implements, structures and processes, crucibles, furnaces, blow- 
ing machines ; details of the smelting and manufacture of Iron, Cop- 
per, Lead, Silver, Gold, &c. 

Draiving — Coloring of maps and sections ; drawings of furnaces, re- 
finers, cokeing ovens ; Metallurgical apparatus. 

VI.-COURSE OF ANALYTICAL AND APPLIED CHEMISTRY. 

Professor M. B. Hardin. 

In the Laboratory facilities are afforded for prosecuting the various 
branches of practical Chemistry. Each student will work independ- 
ently of the others, receiving personal guidance and instructions from 
the Professors. In the last year the course may be varied according to 
the special object the student has in view. 

The following is an outline of Systematic Course for Students in Min- 
ing and Metallurgy. 

1. Qualitative Analysis — 

2. Quantitative Analysis — 

a. Analysis of substances of known composition. 
6. Analysis of Ores, Slags, &c. 

3. Assaying — Ores of Lead, Silver, Gold, Iron, Copper, Ac. 



gg VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE. 

VII.— COURSE OF AGRICULTURE. 

1. Chemistry — General and applied to Agriculture. 

2. Mineralogy. 

3. Histology. 

4. Vegetable Physiology. 

5. Agricultural Botmiy- 

6. Zoology. 

7. Civil Engineering — Applied to farm bridges, roads, drainage. 

8. Rural Architecture. 

9. Drawing. 

10. Anatomy and Physiology of Sab-Kingdom — Vertebrata. 

11. Human Physiology. 

12. Hygiene and Dietetics. 

13. General Botany. 

14. Animal Toxicology. 

15. Vertirinary Practice. 

16. General Principles, Chemistry, Geology, Meclmnics and Domestic 

Economy of Agriculture. 




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OP THE 




Mxj ^Institute, 



Since its Organization in 1839, 



♦ « ^ > ♦ 



Names of graduates, who have hQankilledin battle, ovdiedm military service^ 
are printed in heavy-faced Italics, thus : MoheH E, Modes. 

]N"ames of graduates who are deceased, except those killed or died in mili- 
tary service, are printed in light-faced Italics, thus : Wm. D. Fair. 

Xames of graduates marked * wei-e moat distinguished in their respect tv«' 
classes. 

The numbers following the names of graduates, indicate the graduation 
numbers^ and are to be compared only with those of the same year, and vary 
fi-om year to year. 



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Wm. D. Fair. 


Va. 


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Lawyei-. Member Senate Cal. 


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Wm. H. Henderson., . . . 


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1855.3 


Lawver. 


3 


John B. Strange,.... 


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1828.6 


Prin. Norfolk Acad'my. Col. 
19tii Va. Kegiment. 


4 


J.T. B. Cramer, 


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1802.5 


Teacher. 


5 


Ed. Pendleton, 


a 


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1791.7 


Teaclier. Lawyer. Col. 15th 
La. Ileg. :Mem. Senate Va. 


6 


J. H. Lawrence, 


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1776.4 


Dentist. Adi'tGa. Battalion. 


7 


W. M. Elliott, 


a 


4( 

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1771.8 
1762. 


Editor. Lt. Col. Va. Battal'ii 


8 


James H. Jameson,.. 


Lawyer. Capt. Va. lleg't. 


9 


C. 1\ Deyerle, 


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1746. 


Asssistant Surgeon U, S. A. 
prior to 18Q\. 


10 


John T. Smith, 


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17:r>.4 
1721. 




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Wm, Forbes 


Prof. Math. Clarksville Col- 






flo'^^, Tenn, Col. 14th Reg. 
Teacher. 


12 


V. C. Saunders,.. . 


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1706.5 


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J. W. Bell, 


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11 


4( 


1705.5 
1699.3 


Farmer. 


14 


0. M. Kni«rht, 

James Marsliall, 


Physician. Ass't Sur. C. S. A. 


15 


44 


U 


1616.3 Farmer. Capt. Va. Cavalrv. 


16 


Louis A. Garnett, 


k\ 


ii. 


1586.6 


L'yer. Supt. Gold Klines Cal. 



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*17 

*18 



*19 

2C 



21 



23 



24 



25 



26 

27 
28 
29 

*30 
*31 

32 



2^ AMES. 



N. H. Campbell, 

James B. Dorm an, 



John W. Wildman. 
Howard T. Barton, 



\Y. J. Warden,. 
W. C. Jeff r ess,. 



John C. Wills,., 



V. H. Rodes, 

James L. Bryan,. 



Ed. Winston, 

Wm. JS. Beale^ 

John T", Washington,. 
Geo. W. Williams, 



33 



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35 



37 



38 

*39 

*40 
41 
42 
43 



John U, Pitts, . 
M. McKennie, . 



A. C. Cummings, 



John A. Campbell, 



George A. Porterfield, 



Jesse S. Burks,. 



Edmund Taylor 

Wm.H. Kichardson, Jr 



J. B. Clemens,. 
Henry T. Lee, . . 



R. T. W. Duke, 

J. B. Sherrard, 

R. H. Simpsoiif 

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Graduation. 
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1839. 
1834.5 


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1834.5 
1833.5 


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a 


1798.7 
1784.9 


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1757.6 


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1706.9 


a 
a 
ii 
a 

1844 

ki 

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1696.9 
1652.8 
1625.9 
1621.4 

1775.5 
1771. 


a 


1754. 


a 


1750.3 


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1735. 


a 


1695.5 




1678. 
1617. 


1845 

a 


1568.3 

1886. 


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1860.5 
1849. 
1827.7 
1827. 



REMARKS. 



Lawyer. Broker. 
Teacher. Lawyer. Member 

Va. Legs'la. Member Va. 

Conv'tn. 1861.Maj.C.S. A. 
Teacher. Merchant. 
Physician. Surgeon C. S. A. 

Surg. V. M. I. 
Clergyman. Lt. Va. Reg't. 
Lawyer. Cap. Va. Reg't. 

Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Teacher. 
Clergym an . Prof. Math . 
R. M. College, and Pres't 
and Prof. Greensboro', 
Alabama University. 

Merch't. Aide de Camp to 
Mai. Gen. Rodes, 

Teaclier. Phy's. Princ. Md. 
Mil. Acad'y, 0*i:ford, Md. 

Teacher. Civil Engineer. 

Merchant. 

Deputy Sheriff. 

Teacher. 

Prin. Runford Academy. 

Physician. Bookseller. Sur- 
geon C. S. A. 

Lawyer. Maj. U. S. A. in 
Mexican war, and wound- 
ed at Nat. Bridge. Member 
of J^eg'str of \ a. Member 
of Board Visitors V. M. I. 
Col. Virginia Regiment. 

Lawyer. Judge. Gen. Court 
Va. Mem. 'Conve'tn 1861. 
Col. Virginia Regiment. 

Teacher. Adj't Va. Re^'t 
Mexican war. Col. Vir- 
ginia Regiment 1861. 

Farmer. Mem. Va. Legisla. 
Col. Va. Regiment 1861. 

Farmer. I^ieut. C. S. A. 

Farmer. Ass't Prof. & Ad'jt. 
V. M. I. Lt. and Drill Mas- 
ter C. S. A. Physically 
disabled for active service 
in field. 

Physician. 

Teacher. Clergyman. Chap- 
lain C. S. A. 
Teacher. L y'er. Col V. Reg. 
31erchant. Maj. Va. Reg't. 
Teacher. Maj. Va. Reg't. 
Teach. Clergy. Maj Va. Reg. 



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NAMES. 



44^. B. Hill,. 

45 D. A. Lano:horne,, 

46 Caleb Boggess,. 

47 IV. H. Baker.. 
48R. M. Wiley,. 

49 V. T. Churcliman,. 

50 J. R.Cabell,. 
51^. R. Powell,. 
52 H. W.Williamson,, 

53 J. B. Moorman, 

54*/. P. Mason, 

55W. H. Stith, 

56 E. M. Anthony, 

57 R. L.Walker, 



58 

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62 



W. H. Harrison,. 



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64 



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66 



67 

68 
69 
70 
71 

72 

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76 



77 



T. Boiling Bohertsom,. 
J. Q, Marr, 



W. M. Nelson,. 
R. E. Colston,.. 



G. 



JET. Keeling,... 

W. Bruce, 

C. Portor, 

John M. Pattbn, Jr. 



Edmund Goode,. 

Wm. C. Ley burn,.. 
P. A. Fitzhugh,.. 
Randolph Tyler, . . 

Ronald Mills, 

W, J. Green, 



R. H. Sinton,... 
G. C. Wharton,. 
John Y. Page,. .. 
D. Lee Powell,. . 



John C. Monciire,. 



78 John P. Welsh,.. 
79 H. B. Smith,.... 
80 William Mahone,. 



81 Samuel Magrew,. 
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1817.5 

1801. 

1773.9 

1714. 

1664.5 

1651.5 

1651.5 

1647.5 

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1634.6 

1577.5 

1529.5 

1449. 



1879. 
1832.9 



1798.9 
1759.5 



1743.5 
1715.5 
1713.5 
1703. 

1663. 

1661. 

1642.5 

1594.5 

1548.5 

1510.5 

2075. 
2060.5 
2029. 
2002.5 



1994. 

1991.5 

1982. 

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KEMARKS. 



Teacher. 

Physician. Lt. Col. Va. Reg. 

Lawyer. Mem. Va. Con.*61. 

Lawyer. 

Farmer. Mem. Senate Va, 

Physician . 

Physician. Maj. Va. Reg't. 

Teacher. Clergyman. 

Civ'l Eng'r. Lt-Col. Va. Reg 

Captain Va. Regiment. 

Teacher. Civil Engineer. 

Lawyer. 

Civil Engineering. Brig. 

Gen. Artillery, C. S. A. 
Law'r. Lt-Col. StaflfC. S. A. 

Prof. Richmond College. 
Ass't Prof. V. M.I. 3Iem. 

of Conv'n. of Va. 1861. 

Capt. Va. Re^'t. First blood 

of the war., 1861. 
Teacher. Clergyman. 
Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Prof, of 

French V. M. I. Brig-Gen. 

C. S. A. Sup't. IVIilitarj' 

Academy, N. C. 
Captain Alabama Reg't. 
Physician. Surg. C. S. A. 
Teacher. Col.Art'ly C. S. A. 
Lawyer. Col. Va. Re^'t. 

Mem. Board V. V. M. I. 
Teacher. Col. Va. Regiment. 
Manufacturer. 
Physician. 
Physician. 

Farmer. Capt. Va. Cavalry. 
Merchant. Lt. Col. Va. Reg. 

Broker. 

Civ'l Eng'r. Brg-Gen. C.S.A 

Lawyer. 

Prin. Southr'n Female Insti- 
tute, Richmond. Lt. Col. 
Virginia Regiment. 

Lawyer. Mem. Board Visi- 
tors V. M. I. Col. La. Reg. 

Lawyer. Capt. Va. RegH. 

Teacher. 

Teaclicr. Civil Eng*r. Pres't 
and Chief Eng'r N. and 
Pet. and Pet. and Va. and 
Tenn. R. R. Maj-General 
C. S. A. 

Teacher. 



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83 
84 

*85 
*86 

87 
88 

89 

90 

91 
92 
93 
94 



B. L. Chrisman, 
John M. Claytor, . 
Wilford Downs, 

S. T. Pendleton, 



JSTAMES. 



J. C. Council, 



J. M. Carey,. . . 
C.V. Winfree, 



C, A, Derby,.. . 

Alfred L. Elves, . 



J. R. Jones 

tTohn T, Ellis, 

J. P. Beale, 

Robert E. Modes,. 



95 

96 
97 
98 
99 
100 

101 

102 
103 

104 
105 
106 



John 8. Gamble,. 

Charles Carter,. 

C W.Cary, 

W.H. Pryor,... 

E. G. Wall, 

N^. Berkeley,,... 



Geo. W. Robertson,, 



Joseph Jones,.. 

N"at. Tyler,.... 



J. G. Brodnax, 

Francis B, Jones, . 

Briscoe G. Baldwin,. 



107 
108 

*109 

*110 



111 
112 



W. W. Finney,. 
R.C.Trigg, 



John Lawson, 

James W. Massie, . 



Samuel Garland, , 

E. T. Fristoe, 



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1864.5 
1836. 

1986. 
1958.5 

1941. 
1934.5 

1932. 

1930. 

1928.5 
1923.5 
1916. 

1887. 



1865.6 

1859. 

1851.5 

1849.5 

1833.5 

1819. 

1803.5 

1800. 
1795.5 

1790. 
1790. 
1781. 



REMARKS. 



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1748.5 


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1624.5 


1849 




ii 


2087.5 


ii 


2081.7 


a 


2079.2 


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2051.2 



Physician. 
Civil Engineer. 
Teacher. Clergyman. 

Teacher. 

Teacher. Prin. Male Acad- 
emy. Lt. Col. Va. Reg't. 

Teacher. 

Civil En^'nr. Manufacturer. 
Maj. va. Regiment. 

Teacher. Clergyman. Lieut. 
Col. Alabama Regiment. 

Civil Engin'r and Architect. 
Lt. Col. Engin'rs C. S. A. 

Teacher. Brig. Gen. C. S. A. 

Merchant. Lt. Col. Va. Reg. 

Ass't Prof. V.M. I. Civil En- 
gin'r. Chief Eng'r N. E. 
and S. W. Railroad. Prof, 
of Applied Mechanics V. 
M. L Maj. Gen. C.S. A. 

Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Princi- 
pal Norfolk Academy. 

Manufacturer. 

Physician. 

Civil Eng'r. Maj. Va.»Reg't. 

Civil Eng'r. Maj. Ala'. Reg't 

Farmer. Col. Va. Reg. Mem. 
Va. Conv'tn 1861. 

Teacher. Civil Eng'r. Maj . 
Alabama Brigade. 

Teacher. Clergyman. 

Lawyer. Editor. Lt. Col. 
Va. Regiment. 

Physician. Surgeon C. S. A. 

Farmer. Col. Va. Regiment. 

Capt. U. S. A. prior to 1861. 
Lt. Col. Ordnance and 
Chief of Ordnance Army 
of N. Va. Civil Engineer. 

Civil Eng'r. Lt.Col. Va. Reg. 

Farmer. Col. Va. Regiment. 

Teacher. Civil Eng'r. Maj. 

Va. Regiment. 
Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Lawyer. 

Mem. of Va. Legislature. 

Lt. Col. Va. Reg't. Prof. 

of Mathematics, V. M. I. 
Lawyer. Brig. Gen. C. S. A. 
Prof. Columbia College, D. 

C . Col. Mo. Regiment. 
Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Farmer. 

Col. Va. Regiment. 



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118 
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125 

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127 
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130 
131 
132 

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*134 

135 



136 
137 
138 



Thomas. H. Carter,... 

Richard Pollard, 

lilchard Logan,. . 
Francis Lackland,. 

Kirkwood Otey, 

J. H. Estes, , 

Win. Steenbergen,. . . . 

P. B. Adams, 

Ed. T. Bridges, 

Fleet W. Cox, 



Wm. Byrd, 

J. F. Jordan, 

Benjamin Ficklin,. 



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KAMES. 



RoDert Gate wood,. 



Wm. J. Morrissett.,. 



George P. Terrill, 
Ambrose Ranson, 

J.B. Norvell, 

L, F. ThompsoTh, . . 



Wm. W. Gordon,.. 
Peter B. Smith,... 
Win, D. Stuart, . 



Charles Denby,. 

C. D. Rice, 

T.O. Benton,.. 



Galatin Paxton, — 
Carter H. Harbison, 
Daniel Tr uehart, 



W. B. Littlepage, 

J. B. Brockenborough,. 

W. H. Urquhart, 

Gabriel Jordan, 

Charles Smith, 

W.R. Terry, 

A. C.Jones, 



Wm.Booton,. 



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W. Y. C.Humes,. 

F. S. Bass, 

P. C. Gibbs, 



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REMARKS. 



Ass't Prof. William & Mary 
College. Clergyman.JChap- 
lain C. S. A. Principal of 
Norfolk Academy. 

Prof. Mathematics, Allegha- 
ny College. Lt. Va. Reg't. 

Physician. Farmer. Col. C. 
S. A. Artillery. 

Merchant. Lt. C. S. A. 

Civil Eng'r. Capt. Va. Reg. 

Civ. Eng^r. Lt. Col. V. Reg. 

Merchant. Col. Va. Reg't. 

Physician. 

Farmer. 

Major Va. Regiment. 

Teacher. L'yer. Lt. Col. Va. 
Reg't. Mem. Va. LegisPr. 

Lawyer. Col. Texas Keg't. 

Manufacturer. 

Teacher. Prop'r Stage Line. 
Cont'r Mail Route to Cali- 
fornia. Lt. Col. Va. Reg't. 

Physician. 

Farmer. Lieut. C. S. A. 

Civil Eng'r. Capt. Va. Reg. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. Col. Va. Regiment. 

Capcain Va. Regiment. 

Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Princi- 
pal Richmond Academy. 
Col. Va. Regiment. 

Teacher. 

Prof. Militaiy Academy 

Arkansas. Major C. S. A. 
Civil Engl neer. 
Farmer. Maj. Va. Regiment. 
Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Ass't. 

Eng'r U. S. Coast Survey. 

Maj. C. S. Artillery. Edlt'r. 

Farmer. Col. Va. Regiment. 

Farmer. 

Civil Eng'r. Sup't & Chief 

Eng'r Mobile & G. N. R. R. 
Physician. Col. Va. Reg't. 
Merchant. Brig-Gen. C.S. A. 
L'yer. Judge of Probate, 

Iowa. Brig. Gen. C. S. A. 
Captain Va. Regiment. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. Mai. Gen. C. S. A. 
Teacher. Brig. Gen. C. S. A. 
Teacher. Merchant. 



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154 


W . H. Burroughs, 


Va. 


u 


1972.5 


Teacher. L'yerCapt. V.Reg. 


155 


J. T. B. Winfree,-. 


u 


u 


1927. 


Merchant. 


156 


John C. Pasfe, 






1971.5 
1955.5 


Farmer. J^^t. Col. Va. Reo-'t. 


157 


E. Poinsett Tayloe, 


Farmer. Lt. Col. Va. Reg't. 


158 


R.S. Burks, 


a 




1954. 
1955. 


Teacher, Lt. Col. Va. Reg't. 


159 


Thomas A. Harris, 


Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Physi- 












cian. Surgeon, C. S. A. 


160 


Charles Cooke, 




a 


1946.5 
1946. 


Farmer. 


161 


R. C. Whitehead, 


L'yer. Lt. Col. Va. Reg't. 


162 


Henry Carrington, 


a 


(( 


1945. 


L'yer. Col. Va. Regiment. 


163 


George G. Garrison, .... 
A. J. V^au<>"han,. . ... 


u 


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1932. 


Farmer. A. A. Gen. C. S. A. 


164 


4( 




1929. 
1925. 


Merchant. Brio". Gen. C.S.A. 


165 


B. T. Elliott, 


Merchant, Brig.Gen. C. S. A. 


166 


W. A. Harris, 


u 


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1919. 


Clergyman. Prin. Female 
Academy. 






167 


H. T. Parrish, 


(( 


(( 


1893.5 


Lawyer. Col. Va. Regiment. 


168 


Jas. H. Johnston, 


u 


(( 


1877. 


Farmer. 


169 


Henry Caperton, 


(( 


u 


1874. 


Farmer. Physician. Aid de 
Camp C. S. A. 


170 


Thomas Upshaw, 


t( 


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1869. 


Civil Eng. Lt. Col. Va. Cav. 


171 


R. T. W. Morris, 


(( 


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1856.5 


Merchant. 


172 


Henrv Gantt........ 






1854. 
1852.5 


Farmer. Col. Va. Reo^'t. 


173 


A. B. Jordan, 


Teacher. Civil Eng'r. Capt. 




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Va. Regiment. 


174 


W. A. Eliason, 


(C 


(( 


1840. 


Civil Eng'r. Lt. C. S. A. 


175 


W. R. Whitehead, 


(1; 


i( 


1826. 


Physician. Surgeon Russian 
Army Crimean Campaign. 
Surgeon C. S. A. 


176 


A. F. Gooch, 


u 


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1821. 


Farmer. Teacher. 


177 


A. D. Colcott, 


(( 


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1758.5 


Teacher. Lt. Col. Va. Reg't. 
Teacher. Lieut. Col. Va. 


178 


James Giles, 


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J. E. Blankenship, 


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Prof. Mathematics. Captain 
Va. Regiment. 


*180 


George S. Patton,... 


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Lawyer. Col. Va. Re^'t. 
Lawyer. 3Iemher of Board 
of Visitors V. M. I. Col. 


181 


Joseph Mavo,. . . . > . . 


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182 


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of Hillsboro', N. C. Mili- 
tary Academy. 


183 


W. 0. Yager 


11 
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2052.2 
2040.1 


Civil Engineer. 

Teacher. Ass't Prof. V. M. I. 


184 


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Henry A. Whiting, 












Civil Engineer. Inspector 
General C. S. A. 












185 


S. B, Gibbons, 


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1941.4 


Civil Engineer. Member of 
Board of Visitors V. M. I. 
Col. Va. Regiment. 


186 


C. T. Mason, 


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1854.9 


Civil Eng'r. Major of Eng'r 
C. S. A. 






187 


John C. Mayo, 


u 


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1847.8 


Physician. Surgeon C. S. A. 
Teacher. Capt. Art'y C. S. A. 


188 


T.R.Thornton, 


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189 


B. F. Hudgins, 






1777.8 
1764.51 


Farmer. Capt. Va. Reg't. 
Physician. Surgeon C. S. A. 


190 


John C. Grayson, 



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194 
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196 
197 
198 
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200 
201 
202 

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*204 
205 
206 
207 



NAMES. 



M. P. Christian,. 



Thos. T. Mimford, 

N. H. Harrison, 

John G. Meem, Jr 

Charles B. WiUia7ns,... 

M. B. ManseiH 

G. A. Goodman, 

James V. Hall, 

W.M.Waller,, 

W. J. Preston, 

Jas. L. Ashby, 

M. F. Tutwiler, , 



James T. Murfee,. 



William Silvester^ 

Peter S. Lewis., 

Walter W. Williams,. 
J. J. Phillips, 



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209 
210 
211 
212 
213 

214 
215 
216 
217 

218 
219 

220 
221 

222 

223 

224 

225 J 

226 

227 



Geo. H. Smith,. 



Thomas G. Smith,.. 

J.L.White, , 

J. P. Hammet,. 

J. D. Bruce, 

J. a Ward,.... 



Geo. Chamberlaine,.... 

Gabriel Gray, 

Wm. Kemble, 

J. R. Waddey, 



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♦229 



230 
231 



J. W. Crin^n, 

William F", Lee,. 



J. A. Turner, 

Francis Mallory,. 



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Alexander Morson, 

H. B. Armistead, 

Newkirk Hatninond, 

. M. Lightner, 

W. E. Arnold, 

T. J. Moncure, 



Richard C. Taylor,. 
James H. Lane, 



R. P. Carson,.. 
C. jB. Lauckf. 



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1277.1 

2257.9 

2188.6 
2014.6 
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1662. 

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1475. 
1407.9 

1365.6 
1363.6 

1250.6 
1215.5 
1198.8 
1139.9 
1133.9 
1099.9 

1261.5 
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1774.3 
1676.6 



Physician. Ass't Surg. U.S. 
Navy prior to 1861. Sur- 
geon C. S. N. 

Farmer. Brig. Gen. C. ^ . A . 

Merc't. Aid de Camp C. S. A. 
Teacher. 

Teacher. Lt. Col. Va. Reg't. 
Prin. Onancock Academy. 
Farmer. Capt. Va. Reg't. 
Civil Engineer. 
Farmer. Capt. Va. Reg't. 
Civil Engineer. 

Prof. Mathematics Univer- 
sity of Ala. Lt.Col.C.S.A. 
Teacher. 
Farmer. 
Clergyman. 
Ass'tProf.V.M.L Prin. of 

Chuekatiick Academy.— 

Col. Va. Regiment. 
Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Lawyer. 

Col. Va. Reg't. Civil Eng. 
Lawyer. 

Physician. Surgeon C. S. A. 
Physician. Surgeon C. S. A. 
Captain Va. Regiment. 
Teaclier. Farmer. Capt.Va. 

Regiment. 
Broker. Capt. C. S. A. 
Teacher. Clergyman. 
Teacher. Ph'n. Sur.C.S.A. 
Teaclier. Lt. U. S. A. prior 

to 1861. Col. Art'y C. S. A. 
Merchant. Capt. C. S. A. 
Lieut. U. S. A. prior to 1861. 

Lt. Col.Va. Regiment. 
Civil Eng'r. Major C. S. A. 
Lieut. U. S. A. prior to 1861. 

Col. Va. Regiment. 
Civil Engineer. 
Teacher. 

Farmer. Maj. Va. Reg't. 
Farmer. 
Teacher 
Teacher. Capt. Va. Reg't. 

Teacher. Merc't. Maj.C.S.A. 

Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Prof.N. 
Carolina Military Acade- 
my. Brig. Gen C. S. A. 
Teacher. 

Teaclier. Lt. Col. Va. Reg't. 

Teacher. Physician. 



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232 James W. Humes,. 
Wm. B. Botts,.... 



233 

234 

235 
236 

237 
238 
239 
240 
241 

*242 



George B. Horner,. 

C.H.Riddick, 

John A.Marks, 

Alexander Bruce,.. 
TJios. Blackburn^.. 



Stapleton Crutchfield 



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244 
245 

246 
247 
248 
249 
250 
251 
252 
253 
254 

255 
256 
257 



♦258 



:NrAMES. 



Wm. E. Harrison,. 



J. L. Stephenson,... 
C. E. Lightfoot, 



W. Tazivell JPatton,.. 



E, V. Bargamin^ 

Leivis JB, Williams, 

George Buck, , 

.J. P. Wilson, 

W.T.Hardy, , 

E. C. Sheppard, , 

Robert C, Allen, 

E. J. Magruder, 

B. H. Todd, 

W. Dupiiy, 

J. H. Waddell, 

Wm.E. Fife 

H. W. Cox, 

Edwin J. Harvie, , 



Francis W. Smith,. 



»250 
260 
261 

262 

263 



Edward L. Smith 

Francis M. Suddoth,. 
P. B. Stanard, 



G. P. C. Biimbouffh, . 



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Geo. M. Edgar,. 



204 tTosepJiH. Carpenter 
265 JVm, B, Selden,... 



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REMAEKS. 



Lawyer. Col. Tenn. Reg't. 

Teacher. L'yer. Maj. Texas 
Kegiment. 

Civil Engineer. Lt. Engi- 
neers C. S. A. 

Farmer. 

Prill. Culpepper Academy. 
Col. IS. C. Regiment. 

Lawyer. Capt. va. Batt'ln. 

Farmer. Lt. Va. Cavalry. 

Farmer. Capt. Va. Reg't. 

Farmer. 



Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Prof, 
of Mathematics V. M, I. 
Col. Artillery C. S. A. 
Prof. N. and Experimen- 
tal Philosophy V. M. I. 

Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Law yer. 
Col. Va. Reg't. Mem. of 
Senate of Virginia. 

Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Phys'n. 

Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Lawyer. 
Col. Va. Regiment. 

Teacher. Lt. Va. Regiment. 

Farmer. Maj. Va. Regiment. 

Civil Eng'r. Capt. C. S. A. 

Teacher. 

Lawyer. Col. Va. Reg't. 

Farmer. Lt. Col. Va. Reg't. 

Teacher. 

Teacher. Ass't. Prof. V. M. 
I. Ad'jt Va. Regiment. 

Lawyer. Lt. Col. va. Reg't. 

Miner. Capt. C. S. A. 

Lieut. U. S. A. prior to 1861. 
Col. C. S. A. (No class 
standing.) 

Ass't. Prof. V. M. I. Prof, of 
Chemistry Military Acad- 
emy of La. Elected Sup't 
Military Academy of La. 
Lt. Col. Artillery, C. S. A. 

Teacher. 

Teacher. Adj't Va. Reg't. 

Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Teacher. 
Maj. of Ordnance C. S. A. 

Civil Eng'r. Lt. of Engi- 
neers, C. S. A. 

Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Prof, of 
Chem. Oakland College 
Miss. Lt. Col. Va. Batt'ln'. 

Teacher. Capt. Art'y C.S.A. 

Civ. Eng. Lt. Eng'r C. S. A 



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J. L. Cross, 

T. B. Robinson, , 



266 

267 

268 
269 

270 
271 
272 
273 

274 
275 
276 

277 
278 
279 
280 
281 
282J. F.Alexander,. . 

283J. Allen Gait,. 

John B. Cocke,. 



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E, Foivlkes, 

B., M, McKinney, 

W.y. C.White, 

W. S. Gny, 

M.N. Moorman, 

e/. Lawrence Meeni, 

F, Marshall BaHon, 

Francis M. Boy kin, 

J. J. McAllister, 

Davidson B. Penn, 

W. J. Sergeant, 

W. B. Clagffett, 

Charles S. Hurt, 

B. H. Hooe, 



284 

285 
286 
287 
288 
289 
280 

*291 

*292 

*293 
*294 



J. G. Gittings, — 
Thos. H. Owen,. 
F. H. Hannum,.. 

W. H. Hood, 

W. IT. Easlei/f. 
T. H. Halcomb,. 



John McCausland,. . 
R. M. Mayo, 



Jaquelin J. Smith,.. 
A. M. Fauntleroy,.. 



*295 
296 
297 
298 



303 
304 
305 
306 
307 



Robert B. Taylor,. 
Alexander Rives, . 
C.W. Hardy, 

P. P. Slaughter,.., 



299 James Ker, 

300 K. K. McCausland,... 

SOI BenJ.F, Stewart, 

302 A. Fulkerson, 



Heber Ker, 

«/. A, Hamhrickj.. 

E. McConnell, 

John M. Steptoe, 

John Bead, 



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Prof. Mil. Acad'my, Florida. 

Major Fla. Regiment. 
Teacher. Ass'tProf. V. M. I. 

Capt. Va. Regiment. 
Capt. Va. Regiment. 
Prof. Mil. Academy X. C. 

Col. X. C. Regiment. 

Lieut. Col. X. C. Regiment. 
Merchant. Maj. Art'y C.S.A. 
Civil En^'r. Capt. and A. A. 

General, C. S. A. 
Farmer. Lt. C. S. Artillery. 
Teacher. Lt. Col. Va. Reg^t. 
Teacher. 

Merchant. Brig. Gen. C. S.A. 
Teacher. Capt. Va. Reg't. 
Farmer. Lt. V. Regiment. 
Teacher. Col. C. S. A. 

Merchant Sup't X. C. Gold 

Mines. 
Farmer. Capt. and Aide de 

Camp, C. S. A. 
Farmer. Lt. and Aide de 

Camp, C. S. A. 
Adjutant Va. Regiment. 
Farmer. Col. Va. Cavalry. 

Teacher. Capt. Va. Reg't. 
Farmer. Capt. Va. Cavalry. 
Major Va. Regiment. 

Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Brig. 

Gen. C. S. A. 
Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Lawyer. 

Col. Va. Regiment. 
Merchant. Capt. C. S. Art'y. 
Physician. Ass't Sur. U. S. 

A. prior to 1861. Surg. & 

Medi. Director, C. S. A. 
1988.7 Physician. Lt. Col. V. Reg't. 
1978.6 Physician. Surgeon C. S. A. 

1967.6 Merchant. Capt. C.S.A. 
1965.4 Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Col. 

Va. Regiment 
1960.9 Merchant. Capt. C.S.A. 
19:^.9 Physician. 

1872.4 Teacher. Lieut. Va. Reg't. 

1750.7 Teacher. Lawyer. Col. Tenn. 
Regiment. 

1718.8 Lt. Va. State Guard. Merch't 
1637. Major Va. Regiment. 

1619.5 Captain Va. Regiment. 

1562.6 Teacher. Lt. Va. Regiment, 
1533. 



1873. 
1832.3 

1740.1 
168-1.6 
1645.1 
1625.1 

1619.5 
1606.8 
1561.5 
1545.1 
1535.9 
1503.5 
1481.7 
1481.5 
1463.5 

1425.3 

1363.4 

1223.1 
1208.3 
1182.5 
1168.6 
1144.6 
1039. 

2470. 

2173.4 

2093.7 
2005.1 



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309 
310 
311 
312 



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*314 

*315 
316 

317 

318 



I^AMES. 



319 
320 
321 
322 
323 
324 
325 
326 
327 
328 
329 
330 
331 

*332 
*333 



*334 



335 



336 
337 



J. W. B.Bosworth,. 

John C. Hiden, 

J. H. Cameron, 

S. G. White 

J. \Y. Keeble, 



M.B.Hardin,. 

L. W.Reid,... 
L. L. Marks,. . 






J. F. H^efU 



I^. C.Wilson,.... 
W. E. Cutshaw,. 



338 



G. E. Tayloe, 

J. M. Kincheloe, 

FI. B. Meade, 

J. T. Hairston, 

E. C. Edmunds, 

Thomas S. Taylor,.. 

D. W. Flowerree, 

Thomas L. Pitts, 

J. Armistead, 

J.^. TerrUl, 

Samuel Wilson, 

H. L. N^orfleet, 

flames Breckinridge, 

Wm.H. Clarke, 

J. H. Chenowith, . . . 



John W. Lyell,. 



Scott Ship,- . 



E. S. Hiitter,... 
C. Y. Steptoe,. 



John W.Lewis, 



339 Wm. Keiter,.. 

340Johnr. Tyler,. 
341 W.H. Otey,. 



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1478.7 
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1455.7 
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2468.8 

2319.2 
2122.9 

2096.9 
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1973. 

1754.5 

1738.6 

1689.5 

1624.3 

1587.2 

1536.3 

1532.4 

1475.4 

1442.9 

1441. 

1285.6 

1211.3 

2383. 
2350. 



2341.7 
2248.5 



2316.6 
2170.9 



2145.9 



2064.6 
2051.1 
2023. 



Lt. Va. Re^'t. Physician. 
C'lergym-n. Chapl'n C. S.A. 
Physician. Lt. Va. Cavalry. 

Teacher. Drill Master, C. S. 
A. Clergyman. 

Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Maj. C. 
S. Artillery. Professor of 
Chemistry V. M. I. 

Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Civil 
Eng'r. Lt. Col. Va. Reg't. 

Capt. Va. Reg't. Merchant. 

Teacher. Lawyer. Col. Va. 
Regiment. 

Farmer. 

Teacher. Lt. Col. C. S. Ar- 
tillery. Ass't Prof, and 
Ass't Com. Cadets V. M. I. 
Mining Engineer. 

Farmer. Lt. Col. Ala. Reg't. 

Teacher. Adj't Tenn. Reg't. 

Physician. Siirg'n. C. S. A. 

Farmer. A. A. Gen. C. S. A. 

Teacher. Col. Va. Reg't. 

Capt. C. S. A. 

Merchant. Maj. C. S. Art'y. 

Capt. Va. Regiment. 

Private C. S. A. 

Lawyer. Brig. Gen. C. S. A. 

Physican. Captain V. Reg't. 

Farmer. 

Capt. Va. Cavalry. 

Teacher. Capt.En^r. C. S.A. 
Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Prof, of 

Mathematics Md. Agri'cl. 

Col. Maj. Va. Regiment. 
Teacher. Lt. Col. Va. Reg't. 

Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Prin. 

Danville Academy. 
Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Maj . Va. 

Reg't. Com. of Cadets and 

Prof. Tactics,V. M. I. 
Capt. C. S. Art'y. Merch't. 
Teacher. Capt. and A. A. G. 

Ass't Professor, V. M. I. 

Clergyman. 
Prof, of Mathemactics Ark. 

Mil. Academy. Capt. and 

A. A. Gen. C. S. A. 
Teacher. Capt. C. S. Art'y. 

As't Prof. V. M. I. Lt. C.S.A. 



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343 



344 
345 
346 
347 

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349 

350 
351 
352 
353 
354 
355 
356 
357 

358 

359 
360 

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♦364 

365 
366 



NAMES. 



J. D. H. Ross,. 
George Ross,- . 



Charles J. Green, 

VV^. L.Wingfield, 

T. 31. Massenburg,. , . 
J. P. Minatree, 



Wm. B. Tabb, 

A. Go van Hill, 



John Ryland,.. 
W.M. Palmer,.. 
J. H. Ham,. 



Giles B. Cooke,. 



Ed. C. Hill,. 

Titus V.Williams,.... 

L, W. Mears, 

0. C. Henderson, 



John W. Kerr, . 



D. H. Hardaway,. , 
Thomas M. Boyd,, 



367 



368 
369 



Edward Cunninarham. 



Marshall McDonald,., 



J. G. Miller, , 

Digges Poynor,... 



S. T. Adams, 

James H. Morrison,. 



Charles S, LumsdenSi .... 



John M. Otey,.. 
A.S.Scott, 



370JohnP. Lynch,.. 

371 

372 

373 

374 
375 
376 



Charles A. Davidson,... 

James H. Kent, 

Wm* J£, Morgan,.. . 

Chaft, F, Urquhart, 

J. R. Hutter, 

VV. A. Brockenbrough, 



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1749. 
1717.2 
1708.2 

1703.7 
1691.7 

1691.7 

1626. 

1591.7 

1516. 

1497.4 

1439. 

1409. 

1383.1 

1302.9 

1297.6 
1237.8 

2499.3 



2419.3 



2338.3 
2262. 

2223. 
2212.5 



2102.5 



REMARKS. 



1988.9 
1974.8 

1974.1 
1943. 
1939.2 
1927.4 

1894.4 
1859.9 
1849.9 



Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Lt.Col. 

Va. Regiment. Farmer. 
Physician. Ass't Sur^. C. 8. 

A. Ass't Surg'n ana Ass't 

Prof. V. M. L 
Farmer. Mill. Va. Reg't. 
Lt. Col. Va. Regiment. 
Adj't Va. Reg^t. Teacher. 
Teacher. Lt. Col. Va. Reg't. 

Civil Engineer. 
Lawyer. Col. Va. Regiment. 
Teacher. Lt. Va. Regiment. 

Ass't Prof. V.M.L 
Teacher. Lt. Va. Regiment. 
Teacher. Adj't Va. Reg't. 
Teacher. Col. va. Regiment. 
Teacher. Major C. S. A. 
Teacher. Adj't Va. Reg't. 
Teacher. Col. Va. Re^'t. 
Teacher. Lt. Va. Regmient. 
Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Capt. 

Virginia Battalion. 
Ass't Adj't Gen. C. S. A. 

Merchant. 
Physician. 
Capt. Va. Reg't. Clergyman. 

Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Maj. C. 

S. Art'y. Prof. Military 

Academy, Ky. 
Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Capt. C. 

S. Art'y. Prof. Mineralo- 
gy and Geology V. M. I. 
Ass't Prof. V. M. 1. Teacher. 
Ass't Prof. University Ala. 

Lawyer. 
Lt.C.S.A. Teacher. 
Aide de Camp C. S. A. Ass't 

Prof. University Alabama. 

Ass't Prof. V. M. I. 
Ass't Prof. University, Ala. 

Capt. C. S. Artillery. In- 

surence Agent. 
Lt. Col. and A. A. G., C.S.A. 
Capt. Va. Cavalrr. Ass't 

Prof. V.M.I. 
Capt. Tenn. Battery. 
Capt. Va. Batt'n. 'Lawyer. 
Capt. Va. Regiment. 
Ass't Prof. vTM. I. Captain 

Va. Rejrimeut. 
Lt. Col. Va. Regiment. 
Farmer. Lt. Col. Va. Reg't. 
Lt. and Adj't Va. Regiment. 



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378 

379 

380 



KAMES. 



W. G. Paxton, 

Caiy Breckinridge,. 



A.T. Walden, 

Thomas M. Semmes,. 



381 0. H. Belts,,.. 

382 W. jS". Otey, 
SSdJohnM. Oliver,.. 
3S4J.B, Cherrij,.. 

385J. T. Tosh, 

386 J. K. Marshall, 

387 N. C. Harris, 

388W.W.Bentley,.... 

389J.B. Baltzell, 

390H. H. Faimtleroy,. 
391 W. B. Pentleton,.. 

392 G.D. Parker, 

393J.B. Moseley, 

394 J. H.Hebard, 

395 A. B. Paris, 

396 W. F. Sydnor, 

397B.C. Wherry, 

398J.W. McCarty,.... 



399 
400 
401 

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406 
407 
408 
409 
410 
411 
412 
413 
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417 
418 



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*421 



V. M. Johnson,.. 

W. Overton, 

G. F. ;N"orton,. . , 



Heni^f W. Hunter,. 

R. L.Williams, 

Jf. K. Burgivyn, . . . 
Win, E. JPark, 

C. G. Lawson, , 

E.M. Morrison, 

Thomas S. Galloway,. . 

Wm. E. Taylor, 

R. C. Coltrane, 

W. H.Bray, 

Wm. A. Smith, 

T.R.Dunn, 

W. R. Gregory, 

J.W. Houck, 

John Heth, 

T. G. Hart, 

R. S. Majett, 



W. A. Obenchain,. 

Wm. E. Hill, 

C.C.Wight, 



1794.9 

1723.0 
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1821.3 

1819.8 
1779.9 



1720.4 
1681.5 
1675.7 
1650.2 
1628.9 
1612.2 
1593.1 
1582.4 
1581.8 
1559.4 
1549.2 
1525.1 

1507.8 

1493. 

1461. 

1402.1 

1374.9 

1374.3 
1260.3 
1251.5 

2535.9 
2505.1 

2497.2 

2229.2 

2044.9 

2044. 

1897.4 

1867.9 

1861. 

1839.7 

1779.5 

1718.2 

1700.4 

1591.5 

1496.8 

1406.6 

1252.5 



e:^marks. 



Lt. and Adj't Va. Regiment. 
Manufacturer. 

Lt. Col. Va. Cavalry. Far- 
mer. Mem. Va. Legislat'r. 

Capt. Va. Regiment. 

Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Lt. and 
Adj't Ark. Reg't. Prof. 
Mod. Languages V. M. I. 

Lieutenant C. S. A. 

Lt. Col. Va. Batt'n. Merch't. 

Captain Va. Artillery. 

Captain N. C. Regiment. 

Adj't Va. Regiment. 

Teacher. Col. N". C. Reg't. 

Major Artillery C. S. A. 

Lt. Col. Va. Reg't. Farmer. 



Capt. and A. A. G., C. S. A. 
Capt. Va. Regiment. 
Lt. Col. Va. Regiment. 

Capt. C. S. Art'y. Lawyer. 
Lieut. Va. Regiment. 
Lt. Va. Batt'n. Ins. Agent. 
Lt. and Adj't Va. Cavalry. 

Planter. 
Teacher. Capt. C.S. A. 
Capt. Va. Batt'n. Farmer. 
Maj.Va. Reg't. Bookseller. 

Lt. C. S. Ordnance. 

Lt. and Adj't Va. Reg't. 

Teacher. 
Col. N. Carolina Regiment. 
Lieut. Va. Regiment. 
Capt. Va. Regiment. 
Lt. Col. Va. Regiment. 
Col. IST. C. Regiment. L'yer. 
Lieut. Va. Regiment. 
Lieut. Va. Battalion. 
Lieut. Va. Regiment. 
Aide de Camp C. S. A. 
Captain Va. Battalion. 
Lieut. Va. Regiment. 
Lieut. Va. Regiment. 
Lieut. Va. Battalion. 
Lieut. Va. Regiment. 
Lt. Va. Reg't. Farmer. 



Capt. C. S. Eno-'r. Prof, of 

Military Academy, Ky. 
Maj. C. S. A. Clergyman. 
Capt. Va. Reg't. Teacher. 

were admitted as Cadets. 



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424 
425 
426 
427 

428 
429 
430 
431 
432 

433 

434 
435 
436 
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438 
439 
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441 
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443 
444 

445 
446 
447 
448 
449 
450 
451 
452 
453 



*454 

*455 

*456 
457 
458 
459 
460 
461 
462 
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•465 



Walter Bowie, 



i. Crittenden,, 

E. L. Yancey, 

W. A. Harris,. . . , 

R. P. Chew, 

H. A. Wise, Jr., . , 



E. B. Goode, 

C. F. Freeman,.. . , 
A, A, Siirgess,. 
J. A. Walthalh 

W. B. Pritchard,.. 



F. M. Stafford,. 



R. G. Wharton, 

W. H. Gillespie, 

J. L. Burkes, • 

E. H: Mohler, 

B.F. Bishop, 

W. H.H.Elgin, 

W. P. Robinson, 

S. P. Kerr, 

J. D. Baird, 

George A. Magruder,.. 
T. Henderson Smith, . 

T. Alexander^ 

Thomas C. Kinney^ 

E. M. Dabney, 

K. 1>. JB. Sydnoi\ 

Samuel Downing, Jr., 

J. R. Hammet, 

John H. Cunningham,. 

W. W. Bevely, 

G. Y. Booker, 



H. A. Crawford, — 
J. E. Roller, . 



J. W. Beckham, 

W. W. Blannagan, 

J. B. Prince, 

fT. P. Grigo,.. 

R. H. Boyd, 

A.Talbot, 

R. H. Chamberlayne, Jr. 

S. Hannah, 

Thomas D. Davis, 

C. W. Shafer, 



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1526.5 
1493.8 
1461.9 
1449.3 
1439.3 

1433.9 
1433.8 
1401.5 
1396.3 
1389. 

1366.1 

1354.3 

1352. 

1324. 

1305.6 

1301.5 

1297.6 

1289.6 

1261. 

1255.3 

1248.7 

1235.6 

1184.5 

1168. 

1154.2 

1124.6 

1110.8 

1110.4 

1107.4 

1103.5 

1068. 



2557.6 

2464.4 

2177.3 
•2026.2 
1974.6 
1848.8 
1830.9 
1820.9 
1575.3 
1422.9 

2037.7 
2U34.1 



REMARKS. 



Ass'tProf. V. M.I. Lt. C. 

S. A. Teacher. 
As't Prof. V. M. I. Lt. C.S.A. 
Ass't Prof. V. M. I. 
Capt. C. S. A. 
Lt. Col. C. S. ArtV. Farmer. 
Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Lt. 0. 

S. A. Teacher. 
Adjutant Va. Regiment. 
Lieut. Va. Regiment. 
Private Va. Regiment. 
Adj't. N". C. Regiment. 
Capt. Va. Reg't. Ass't Prof. 

V. M. I. 
Capt. and A. A. Gen. C. S. 

A. Merchant. 
Adj't Va. Reg't. Teacher. 



Major C. S. A. Farmer. 
Lieut. C. S. A. 
Private Mo. Reg. Civ. Eng*r. 
Lieut. C. S. Artillery. 
Capt. C.S.Art'y. Clerg'man. 
Manufacturer. 
Aide de Camp C. S. A. 
Lt. C.S.Art'y. Ass'tProf. 
and Adj't V. M. I. Merc't. 
Lieut. Va. Regiment. 
Lieut. C. S. Engineei"s. 
Captain. Va. Regiment. 
Lieut. Va. Regiment. 
Capt. Va. Reg't. Teacher. 

Lt. C. S. Art'y. Teacher. 
Lieut. C. S. Artillery. 



Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Private 

Va. Regiment. 
Ass'tProf. V. M.I. Lieut. 

En^'rs C. S. A. Lawyer. 
C. S. Engineers. 
C. S. Engineers. Banker. 
As't Pro. V.M.L C.S. Eng. 
C. S. Engineers. 
C. S. Engineers. 
C. S. Navy. 
C. S. Ordnance. 
C. S. Cavalry. 

Aide de CampC.S.A. Merch. 
Lt. C. S. A. Prof. Mathe- 
matics Md. College. 



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467 
468 
469 
470 
471 
472 
473 
474 
475 
476 
477 



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*479 
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481 
482 
483 
484 
485 
486 
487 
488 
489 
490 
491 
492 
493 
494 
495 
496 
497 
498 
499 
500 
501 



502 
503 
504 
505 
506 
507 
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510 
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NAMES. 




J.W.Wyatt, 

S. S. Shriver, 

W. C. Hardy, 

C. H. Minge, 

Levi Welch, 

F. W. Claybrook,. 

Wm. Morson, 

Albert Boggess, . . . 

G. W. Gretter, 

Gary Weston, 

B. A. Colonna, 

J. F. Hanna, 



Wm,H. Cabell,.... 

William N'elson, 

William M. Patton,. . . 

A. F. Reed, 

G. Davenport, 

A. Pizzini, 

H. W. Garrow, 

W. F. Duncan, 

William Martin, 

Geo. E. Woodbridge,. 

Hunter Wood, 

C. M. Ethridge, 

John A. Stewart, 

Erskine M.Ross, 

J. S. Bagnall, 

A. A. Morson, 

Wm. J. Hubard, 

J. R. Echols, 

Louis C. Wise, 

J. Doii^lass, 

O.P. Evans, 

W. B.Shaw, 

P. B. Hiden, 

C. E. Wellford, 



jr. W. Latimer, — 

C. E. Ford, 

W. B. Hardie, 

C. C. Flowerree, 

J. K. Thompson, 

W. A. Blankenship,. 

G.W. Brown, 

J. T. James,., 

W. Y. C. Hannum,. 

M. Rouse, 

C. A. Holt, 

W. P. Mosely, 

J. Denegre, 

E. B. Starke, 

N.R. Coleman, , 

G.W. Chalmers...... 



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Lt.C.S.A. Teacher. 
Capt. C. S. A. Lawver. 
Lt. C. S. A. 

Capt. C. S. A. Merchant. 
Lt. C. S. A. Merchant. 
Lt. C. S. A. Lawyer. 
Lt. C. S. A. Farmer. 
Lt. C. S. A. Teacher. 
Lt.C.S.A. 

Lt. C. S. A. Merchant. 
Capt. C. S. A. Teacher. 
Lt. C. S. A. Lawyer. 



Cadet. 

Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Lawyer. 
Ass't Prof. V. M. I. 
Ass't Prof. V. M. I. 

Merchant. 
Farmer. 

Lawyer. 
Manufacturer. 
Lawyer. 
Teacher. 

Merchant. 

Merchant. 

Farmer. 

Teacher. 

Merchant. 

Teacher. 



Lawyer. 
Lawyer. 
Lawyer. 
Merchant. 



'- Boy Major'' AtVj. C.S.A. 
Lieut. C. S. A. 

Col. Va. Regiment. 
Captain Va. Regiment. 
Lieut. Va. Regiment. 
Lieut. Va. Regiment. 
Lieut. Va. Regiment. 
Captain Tenn. Regiment. 
Lieut. Va. Regiment. 
Lieut. Va. Regiment. 
Capt. Va. Regiment. 
Lieut. La. Regiment. 
Adj't Va. Regiment. 



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R. R. Breeden, 

W.M.Polk, 

J. H. Lionberger.,. 
Peyton Johnston,.. 



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A. Marshall,.. 



G. K. Macon,..., 

Frank T. Lee, . . . 

. A. Crichton,. 

V. W. Overton,., 

VV. G.Bennett,. 

G.Spiller, 

M.J. Ezekiel,. . 



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Gaylord B. Clark, 



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518 J. A. Broome, 

519 VV. P. Sydner, 

520 R. R. Miller, 

521 VV. N. Mercer Otey, 

522 J. F. Love, 

523 J. VV. Turner, 

524 E. M. McDonell, 

525 G. J. Kollock, 

526 J- >V. Burke, 

527 VV. L. Hopkins, 

528 J- M. Love, 

529J.C. Leftwich, 

530 J. M. H. Beale, 

531 J- A.Legar, 

532 0. S. Morton, 

533 R. H. Chamberlain, 

SaiVV. H. Smith,. 

535 J. R- Jordon, 

536 O. C. Petevay, 

537 VV. S. Gibbons, 

538 G. S. Urquhart, 

539S. P.Heath, 

540 VV. T. Sheppard, 

541 L.E. Harvie, 

542 G. O. Jordan, 

543 R. H. Cunningham, — 

544 VV. B. Forman, 

545 A. W. Clopton,... 

546 A. Rennolds, 

547 A. C. Beckham, 

548 J. Garnett,. 
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REMARKS. 



Major in Staff, C. S. A. 



Capt. C. S. A. 



Col. N. C. Regiment. 



Lieut. Va. Artillery. 

Clergyman. 

Prot. Mathematics Toxa-< 

Mil. School. Teacher. 
Ass't Prof. V: M. I. Civil 

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Farmer. 
Teacher. 
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Lawyer. 
Farmer. 
Artist. 

Prof. Texas M. I. 

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Thos. G. Hayes,. 

E.M.Tutwiler,.. 
J.L.Tunstall,... 
N. J. Bayard, — 

J. B.Gray, 

H. W. Fry,. 

J.S.Webb, 



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R. E. i^elson,.. 
J. B.Furcell,. . 
W.H.Butler,.. 
A. H. Bishop,.. 
C. A. EUett,... 
J.F. Tackett,.. 

E. B. Jones,. . . 
W.F.Wright,. 

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M. I. Branch,.. 



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J. L. Ford, 

W.C.Powell, 

F.H.Smith. Jr.,. 
Thos. Fairfax, . . . . 
J. E. Heath,. ..... 

C.E. Tackett, 

J. A.Marvin, 

Clay Stacker, 

W. B. Denham, 

Thos. Withers,.... 

Ed. Mosby, 

M. Palmer, 

S. A. Withington, 
C. W.Anderson,... 

L. S. Jervey, 

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REMARKS. 



Ass't Prof. V. M. I. Prof. 
Kent'ky. Mil. Academj^ 
Teacher. Civil Engineer. 
Farmer. 

Mining Engineer. 
Farmer. 

Tonnage Master. 

Prof. Texas Mil. Institute. 

Ass't Prof. V. M. I. 

Druggist. 

Ass't Prof. V. M. I. 

In service Dover Mines. 

AdjutantV. M. I. 

Manufacturer. 

Ass't Prof. Md. M. I. 

Planter. 

Merchant. 

Teacher. 

Merchant. 

Ass't Prof. V. M. I. 

Adjutant V.M.I. 

Teacher, 

Ass't Prof. V. M. I. 

Merchant. 

Civil Engineer. 
Ass't Prof. V. M. I. 
Ass't Prof. V. M. I. 

Ass't Prof. V. M, I. 



Merchant. 



Lawyer. 
Lawj^er. 

United States Custom 
House Kew Orleans. 



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