Powhatan Light Artillery

Roster L-Z

LIGGON, S. W.: (Possibly Ligon, Spencer M.)

 

LIGON, JOSEPH E.: Cpl.- Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for I year. Detailed to Ord. Dept. Absent on 4 day fur. Aug. 1861. Sent to Chim. Hos. 94 with diarrhoea Nov. 29, 1861- Jan. 27, 1862. Trans. to "Mr. Armistead's house, Marshall St. (Rich.) By Med. Director" Dec. 12; fur. Jan. 3-23, 1862. Promoted to Cpl. May 17, 1862. Discharged Aug. 18. 1862 under Conscription Act; over 35 and not reenlisting.

 

LIGON, SPENCER M.: Cpl.- Enlisted as Cpl. July 16, 1861 for I year at Pow. C.H. POW July 4, 1863 at Waterloo. Sent to Ft. McHenry then Ft. Delaware July 7, 1863. Exchanged at some point; paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865.

 

LIPSCOMB, JOHN P.: Occ. physician, res. Danville. Enl. Sept. 23, 1862 at Darkesville, Berkeley Co. for war, age 22. Detailed as Hos. Steward for Regt. Oct. 1862. Trans, to Capt. Flood's Co., Cav., Hampton's Legion, Dec. 8. 1862. (Also see I0th Va - Cav.)

 

LUCAS, HENRY: Enl. Mar. 31, 1863 in Caroline Co. For war. Deserted at Hamilton's Crossing May 1863.

 

MANN, ALEXANDER: Born Oct. 3, 1838. Pow. Co. Occ. Farmer. Brother of William H. Mann. Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Sick with measles Aug, 1861. Absent on fur. as a reenlisted man, Feb. 1862. Detailed on extra duty as teamster, June 1862-1863. 13-day fur, returned to duty May 1. 1863. Paroled at Manchester, Va. May 1, 1865. Res. Of Henrico Co. 1890 - 1904, applied for disability pension Mar. 12, 1904, age 66. Died in a VA hos., 1938, bur. In Mann family Cem, Pow. Co.

 

MANN, ISHAM L.: Born Oct. 19, 1834, Pow, Co. Brother of William H. Mann. Enl. Feb. 20, 1863 at Pow. for war. "Transferred- Returned to his Company in 41st Regt. Was enrolled in Powhatan by Maj. Leidellen the 20 Feb. 1863 and sent to this company was found to belong to a Company in the 41 Regt. Va. Volunteers and was returned to his Company at Hagerstown the 8 July 1863." Died May 21, 1920 at Pow., bur. Mann family Cem., Pow. Co. (Also see 41st Va. Inf.)

 

MANN, WILLIAM H.: Born about 1812, Amelia Co. Enl. Oct. 4, 1861 at Rich. for 1 year. Sick in camp Feb, 1862; "Died at home about May 1, 1862."

 

MANN, WILLIAM N.: (Also Mann, W. R.) Born 1838, Pow. Or Cumberland Go. Son of William H. Mann. Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Absent on fur. as a reenlisted man Feb, 1862. Sent to Chim. Hos. #3 for Diarrhoea May 28, 1864, sent to C.S.A. Gen. Hos., Farmville June 6-10, 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. Res. of Cumberland after war. Died Jan. 28, 1907 in Pow. Co., buried in Mann. Fam. Cem., Pow. Co. 

MANSON, RICHARD W.: Temporarily assigned from Lunenburg Art. Paroled Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865 with 1 horse. 

MARTIN, JOHN M.: Enl. June 17, 1862 at Rich. for war, entitled to bounty. Ordered to report to Josiah Gorgas, Chief of Ord., Rich. Aug. 15, 1861. Detailed as guard for ord. train July 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865.

 

MARYE, CHARLES B.: Enl. Jan. 20, 1863 at Caroline Co. for war. Acting Ord. Sgt. With Capt. L.S. Mayre, Gen. Trimble's Div. From Feb. 1863. Trans. to 171 Va. Inf. Sept. 7, 1864. Died Feb. 10, 1906, age 84, in Washington D.C. (Also see 17th Va. Inf.)

 

MAXEY, DIBRELL JAS.: Enl. Feb. 20, 1863 at Pow. C.H. for war. Sent to hos. At Winchester July 19, 1863 until Dec. 1863. Absent on detail in Pow. Aug, 1864. Wounded on retreat from Rich. Paroled at Manchester, Va. May 18, 1865.

 

MAXEY, JAMES D.- Possibly same as Maxey, John) Wounded on retreat from Rich. 

MAXEY, JOHN: Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. * 

MAYO, GOODRICH&: Enl. Sept. 19, 1863 at Rich. for war. Sent to Chim. Hos. #3 June 9, 1864 with "Bronchitis Ac." Deserted June 10. AWOL through Aug, 1864. Paroled at Manchester, Va. Apr. 26, 1865.

 

McCULLUCH, HUGH: Enl. July 20, 1862 in Rich. for war. Sent to 5" Div. Gen. Hos. Camp Winder, Dec. 19, 1862 with "Debilitas," returned to duty Apr. 8, 1862. Sent to rear hos. duty at Receiving and Wayside Hos., Gen. Hos. #9 Apr. 9, 1864. Detailed to guard forage Oct. 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H., Apr, 1865.

 

McLAURUIE, HENRY C.: Enl. Oct. 2 1, 1862 at Jefferson for war, trans. from Co. E, 4th Va. Cav Dec. 20, 1862. Absent on 4 days leave July 1864. (Also see 4th Va. Cav.)

 

MEADOR, LEWIS E.: Born in Cumberland Co., age 22 in 1863, farmer. Enl. July 23, 1862 at Rich. for war. Sent to Chim. Hos. #2 Dec. 4, 1862 with "Dyspepsia and debilitas" and chronic diarrhoea. Trans. to Danville Jan. 1, 1863. Died at home Jan. 31, 1863.

 

MELTON, ELISHA: Enl. July 17, 1861 at Rich. for 1 year. Trans. to Albemarle Art. July 26, 1861. (Also see 1st Va. Art.) 

MILES, JOHN W.: (Possible Miles, William J.) Res. of Rich. in 1904. NFR.* 

MILES, WILLIAM J.: Enl. Mar. 17, 1864 at Frederick Hall for war, entitled to bounty. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. Alive in Rich. 1904. Died Nov. 1, 1913 in Rich, bur. Hollywood Cem.

 

MILLER, CHARLES S.: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for I year. Discharged at Rich. Sept. 12, 1861 after furnishing substitute.

 

MILLER, GEORGE R.: Cpl., Enl July 17, 1861 at Rich. for 1 year. Appointed Cpl. Sept. 10, 1861. Discharged Nov. 27, 1861. Reenlisted as Pvt. Feb. 26, 1864 at Frederick Hall for war, entitled to bounty. Sent to Chim. Hos. #4 with "Debility" June 14-18, 1864. Killed in fighting near Chaffin's Bluff, Sept. 29, 1864.

 

MILLER, THOMAS CALLAND: Cpl., Born Aug. 29, 1828. Age 26 in 1865, 5ft., 9 in.; light complexion, blue eyes, light hair; occupation, clerk. Married 1854, wife Anne Hepburn Miller. Enl. Sept. 1, 1861 in Rich. for 1 year, trans. from 14th Va. Inf. Detailed on spec. Duty as Comm. Sgt. Dec. 1861. Promoted to Cpl. Aug. 25, 1862. Chim. Hos. #3 May 28- June 3, 1864 with diarrhoea. Wounded in action Sept. 29, 1864; "(right) Arm amputated at Mild 3rd on the field." Sent to Gen. Hos. #9, transferred to Chim. Hos. #2. Oct. 26, given 60 days fur., sent to home in Lynchburg, Va. Discharged from hos. Jan. 10, 1865 at Charlottesville, Va; asked permission to "prosecute his studies at the Univ. of Va." while on 30 day furlough from Jan. 13, 1865. Jan. 5, 1865, Med. Board found him "unfit for duty in the field, but capable of performing duty in some department of service." Miller wrote requesting to appear before the Med. Board to be relieved of duty. On April 6th the Med. Board found him "incapable of performing any military duty." Died May 29, 1898 in Norfolk. (Also see 14th Va. Inf.)

 

MILLER THOMAS MAURICE: Occ. lawyer, res. "Bienvenue", Pow. Co. Read law in office of Willis J. Dance. Enl. Mar. 25, 1864 at Frederick Hall for war, entitled to bounty, age 14 or 15. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. Became elected judge in Pow. Co. House of Delegates 1885 - 1886. (1st cousin to John M. Cunningham) Res. of Henrico Co., 1904.

 

MOORE, ANDREW JACKSON: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for war. Absent on sick fur. for 20 days from Aug 28, 1861, returned to duty by Feb. 1862. Detailed to go after absentees Feb. 1863. Absent with horses in N.C. Dec. 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865.

 

MOORE, C. F.: Bugler- Paroled Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. NFR.

 

MOORE, J. A.: Enl. July 16, 1861. Temporarily assigned, paroled Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. NFR. 

MOORE, JACK: (Possibly Moore, James) NFR.* 

MOORE, JAMES: Enl. Feb. 20, 1863 at Pow. for war. Detailed to guard cattle Oct. 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 

MOORE, THOMAS R.: Enl. Mar. 20, 1864 at Frederick Hall for war, entitled to bounty. Sent to Chim. Hos. #4 Aug. 22, 1864 with "Fever remit." 35 day fur. from Sept. 5, 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. Alive in Henrico Co. 1904. 

MORTON, J. M.: Paroled Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. NFR 

MOSELEY, GEORGE D.: Born July 30, 1845. Enl. Mar. 22, 1864 at Frederick Hall for was, entitled to bounty. Chim. Hos. #9, Sept. 29- Oct 9, 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. Died July 4, 1929. Bur. Old. Powhatan Bapt. Ch., Pow. Co. 

MOSELEY, JOSEPH M.: Age 22 in 1865, born in Cumberland Co; 5 ft., 3 in.; light complexion, blue eyes, light hair; occupation, farmer. Enl. July 23, 1862 at Pow, for war. Sent to hos. at Winchester July 12, 1863. Chim. Hos. #3 with "Debility" Aug 4-18, 1863. Chim. Hos. #5 Aug. 3 - Sept. 8, 1864. Chim. Hos. #2 with "Debility" Oct. 8. 1864, deserted from hos. Oct. 15, 1864. Wounded in action near Ft. Harrison Sept. 29, 1864, sent to Chim. Hos. #5. Trans. to Chim. Hos. #2 Oct. 8, left arm amputated. Discharged Jan, 1865. 

MURRAY, WALTER F.: Enl. Mar. 10, 1864 at Frederick Hall for war, entitled to bounty. Wounded at Spottsylvania C.H. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. 

NOBLE, THOMAS FREELAND: Enl. Mar. 21, 1864 at Frederick Hall for war, entitled to bounty. AWOL June 1864. Wounded in action Aug. 17, 1864 at New Market Heights, sent to Chim. Hos. #3 Aug. 18, 1864. 60 days fur. Sept. 3, 1864. Wounded in left arm by minnie ball. Sent to Chim Hos. #1 Nov. 11, 1864, deserted from hos. Nov. 27, 1864. Paroled near Burkeville Junction Apr. 27, *65. 

NORTHCROSS, B. F.: Born Sussex Co. Entered from SC. NFR. Died Jan 7, 1918, age 73, at OSH, Rich., bur. Hollywood Cem. * 

NORVELL, DAVID R.: Born May 11, 1844. Enl. July 23, 1862 at Rich. for war. Chim. Hos. #9 with diarrhoea, absent on sick fur. 30 days from Dec. 13, 1863 sent to Buckingham Co. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. Died Oct. 12, 1907. Bur. Trinity Presb. Ch., Buckingham Co. 

OWEN, HUGHES H.: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Absent on sick Fur. For 30 days Feb. 1862. Discharged on surgeon's certificate July 1862. 

PALMER AUGUSTUS W.: Sgt., Age 41 in 1862; 5 ft., 5 in.; light complexion, grey eyes, light hair; occupation, farmer. Enl. As Sgt. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Discharged Aug 18, 1862 under Conscription Act, over 35 years of age and not having reenlisted. 

PALMORE, GEORGE MELVIN: Sgt., B. Feb. 19, 1841. Enl. July 16, 1861. Wounded at Spottsylvania C.H. May 1864. Present through Apr. 4, 1865. D. Oct. 21, 1921, buried in Muddy Creek Bapt. Ch., Pow. Co. NFR.*

 

PALMORE, JAMES W.: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Discharged at Rich. Sept 13, 1861 having hired a substitute. Age 77 in 1923.

 

PALMORE, WALTER JUNIUS: Born Feb. 14, 1846. Occ. nurseryman. Enl. Feb. 10, 1864, age 18 at Frederick Hall for war, entitled to bounty. Absent on sick fur. June 1864, returned by Oct. 1864. Chim. Hos. #9 June 17, 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865. Died May 2, 1924 in Trenholm, Pow. Co, bur. Muddy Creek Bapt. Ch., Pow. Co. 

PALMORE WESLEY WILLIAM: (Also Palmore, William Wesley), Ord. Sgt., Born. Oct. 9,'38. Enl July 16, 1861 at Pow C.H. for 1 year. Chim hos. #2 for diarrhoea Mar. 14-20 1862, fur. Mar. 20 to Cartersville, Cumberland Co. Returned to duty Apr. 16, 1862. Promoted to Cpl. then 1st Sgt. May 17, 1862. Promoted Ord. Sgt. by Dec. 1862 , Paroled near Burkeville, Va. Apr. 22, 1865. Died Aug. 30, 1901, buried at Muddy Creek Bapt. Ch, Pow. Co. 

PATTERSON, JOHN HACKER: (Possibly Patterson, John Henry) NFR. * 

PATTERSON, JOHN HENRY: Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apt. 1865. NFR. Died 1939.

 

PATTERSON, WILLIAM LEE: (Also Patteson, William Lee) Enl. July 23, 1862 at Rich. for war. POW July 4, 1863 at Waterloo, sent to Ft. Delaware then to Point Lookout Oct. 22, 1863. Exchanged Feb. 18, 1865 to Camp Lee, near Richmond. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. Res. Buckingham Co., 1910.

 

PLEASANTS, CHARLES M.: Sgt., Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Absent 15 day fur. from dec. 29, 1863. On 30 day fur. Returned to duty May 2, 1864. Promoted to Cpl. Aug, 1864. Promoted to Sgt. Oct. 26, 1864. Absent with horses in N.C. Dec, 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865.

 

PLEASANTS, JOHN H.: Enl. Jan. 8, 1861 at Goochland for 1 year. Trans. from Co. A, 31st  Batt. Va. Cav. Died on fur. Feb. 6, 1864. (Also see 40th Batt. Va. Cav.)

 

PLEASANTS, THOMAS B.: Enl. Aug 21, 1863 at Pow. for war, entitled to bounty. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Died Aug. 1901, buried in Paducah, KY

 

POWELL, JOHN  DALRYMPLE: 2nd Lt., Born 1828. Occ. Episcopal Minister, res. Leesburg. Attended U. Va. '51-'52. Enl. As 2nd Lt. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Absent on sick fur. for 10 days Dec, 1861. Asst. Q.M. of post from July 18, 1861. Resigned 1862. Minister in Portsmouth after war.

 

POWERS, SPENSER B.: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Sick with measles Aug. 1861. Discharged Dec. 17, 1861.

 

PRICE, DAVID C.: Wounded at Spottsylvania May 18, 1864. NFR.

 

PRICI, THOS.: (Possibly Price, David C.) Killed at Cold Harbor. NFR.*

 

QUESENBERRY, JOHN S.: Enl. Jan. 30, 1864. At Federick Hall for war. Detailed as courier for Gen. Long Apr, 1864. NFR.

 

RAMSEY, W. A.: Paroled at Appo. C.H., Apr, 1865. NFR.

 

REAMS, ERASMUS N.: (Also Reams, E. H.) (Also see 2nd Va. Art.) Occ. farmer. Enl. July 23, 1862 at Pow. for war. Detailed to drive forge Oct. 1863. Detailed as driver for Asst. Q.M. Wounded in action Sept. 29, 1864, gunshot wound in left thigh, sent to Receiving and Wayside Hos. (Gen. Hos. #9). Trans. to Chim. Hos. #4, fur. From hos. Oct. 18 for 45 days to Pow. Co. Received extra duty pay as teamster Apr.-June 1864. Chim. Hos. #2 Dec. 15, 1864 with "Old wound of right thigh," deserted from hos. Dec. 20, 1864. NFR. Died May 19, 1912 in Chesterfield Co.

 

REAMS, RICHARD S.: Born Sept. 20, 1838 in Chesterfield Co. Enl. July 23, 1862 at Pow. for war. Originally enlisted in heavy art, trans. to Dance's Battery. Sent to hos. Dec. 16, 1862. Detailed as driver for Q.M. of Regt. July 20, 1863 - May 1864. Received extra duty pay as teamster Apr. - June 1864. Teamster for Asst. O.M., Capt. Christian from July 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. Died Sept. 24, 1916 at Lilburn, Pow. Co., bur. Red Lane Ch. Cem.

 

ROBERTSON, A. C.: (Also Robinson, A. C.) Paroled at Appo. C.H. NFR.*

 

ROBERTSON, HENRY B.: Trans. From 12th Va. Inf. June 2, 1863. Promoted to Sgt. Maj. of Regt. NFR. (Also see 12th Va. Inf. as Henry B. Roberson)

 

ROBERTSON, JAMES M.: (Also Robertson, James W.) Enl. Oct. 12, 1861 at Rich. for 1 year. Absent on fur. as reenlisted man Feb, 1862. Absent on sick fur. July 1862. Driver for Q.M. of Regt. May 1863 - June 1864. Received extra duty pay as teamster Jan. -June 1864. July 1864 driver for Asst. O.M., Capt. Christian. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865 with 1 horse.

 

ROBERTSON, WILLIAM H.: Enl. Apr. 20, 1861 at Pittsylvania for 1 year. Trans. as Cpl. from Capt. Coke's Co. Oct. 6, 1862; lost rank. Detailed as wagon driver for O.M. Oct, 1863. Detailed as guard for Ord. Train with Lt. Selden. Sent to Receiving and Wayside Hos. (Gen. Hos. #9) Apr. 16, 1864, trans. To Chim. Hos. #2 Apr. 16-27 with "Debility." Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. (Also see 1st Va. Art)

 

ROBINSON, A. C.: Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. NFR.

 

ROBINSON, R. W.: Age 78 in 1886. NFR. *

 

ROVEL, D. R.: (See David R. Norvell) NFR.

 

SALMAN, BENJAMIN F.: Born Pow. Co.; Age 17 in 1862, 5 ft, 5 in. Enl. Sept. 10, 1861 at Rich. for war, substitute for L. B. Salmon. Sent to Gen. Hos. Dec, 1861, fur. from hos. Discharged Aug. 18, 1862 under Conscription Act, under 18 and not reenlisting. 

SALMAN, CHARLES F.: Enl. Mar. 21, 1864 at Frederick Hill for war, entitled to bounty. POW, paroled Apr. 26, 1865 at Burkeville Junction. 

SALMAN, LUCIEN B.: Cpl., Enl. July 16, 1861 at POW. C.H. as Cpl. for 1 year. Discharged at Rich. Sept. 10, 1861, furnished substitute.

 

SALMANS, FORTUNE: (Possibly Salman, Benjamin F. or Salman, Charles F.) NFR.

 

SANFER, JAMES: Enl. May 20, 1861 at Williamsburg for I year. Trans. from Capt. Coke's Co. Oct. 6, 1862. Sent to 5th Div. Gen. Hos. Dec. 16, 1862, trans. to C.S.A. Gen. Hos., Danville Dec. 25, 1862 with "Rheumatism. Returned by Mar. 6, 1863. Trans. To Navy Jan, 1864. NFR. (Also see 1st Va. Art. and C.S.A. Navy)

 

SAUNDERS, WILLIAM J.: Enl. Mar. 25, 1864 at Frederick Hall for war, entitled to bounty. Sent to Gen. Hos., Howard's Grove, Rich. May 26, 1864, trans to private quarters. Absent on sick fur. July 1864. Sent to Receiving and Wayside Hos. (Gen. Hos. #9) Nov. 1, 1864. Detailed guard for Ord. Train, Dec. 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865 with horse.

 

SCOTT, JOHN A.: 1st Sgt., Born in Powhatan Co; Age 35 in 1862, 5 ft, 9 in; Dark complexion, grey eyes, light hair; occupation farmer. Enl as Sgt. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H, for 1 year. Discharged Aug. 19, 1862 under Conscription Act, over 35 and not reenlisted. Wounded at Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862. Reenlisted Jan. 10, 1863 at Carolina for war, raised to 1st Sgt. Wounded at Gettysburg, POW July 3, 1863, captured at Waterloo. Sent to Ft. McHenry, trans. To Ft. Delaware July 9, 1863. Exchanged from Point Lookout Feb. 18, 1865. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865.

 

SCRUGGS, SAMUEL S.: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Absent 20 days on sick fur. Feb. 1862. Discharged Aug. 19, 1862 under Conscription Act, over 35 and not reenlisting.

 

SHIFLETT, HORACE A.: (Also Shifflett, H. A. and Shiplett, H. A.) Born Albemarle Co. Enl. Aug 6, 1864 at Rich. for war. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. Age 62 in 1890. Died Dec. 31, 1917, at OSH, Rich., bur. Hollywood Cem.

 

SIDDONS, JOHN H.: (Also Seddons, J. H.) Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. NFR. Died Mar. 4, 1916.*

 

SIDDONS, JOHN S.: (Also Seddon, John S.) Enl. July 17, 1861 at Rich. for war. Sent to hos. May 6, 1861, returned by Nov, 1864. Paroled st Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865.

 

SIDDONS, JOSEPH H.: (Possibly same as Siddons, John S.) Buried Gum Spring Meth. Ch., Louisa Co.

 

SIMPSON, MARTIN V.: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Sent to Chim Hos. #5, Nov. 24, 1861 with "Feb. Intermitt," trans. To Huegenot Springs Dec. 10, 1861. Died of pneumonia Mar. 6, 1862 at Moore Hosp., Manassas Junction.

 

SLEAD, D. J.: (Possibly same as Sledd, David J.) NFR.*

 

SLEDD, DAVID J.: Enl. Sept, 20, 1864 at Henrico for war, ent. to bounty. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865.

 

SMITH, BENJAMIN, R.: (Also Smith, B. K.), Cpl., Enl. Mar, 11, 1862 at Rich. for war. Promoted to Cpl. by Dec, 1862. Wounded at Gettysburg, POW July 4, 1863. Exchanged and returned to duty by Aug, 1863. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865 with horse.

 

SMITH, JOSEPH P.: Enl. Aug. 25, 1863, entitled to bounty. Killed in fighting near Chaffin's Bluff Sept. 29, 1864.

 

SPOTTS, CHARLES W. J.: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Detailed to Ord. Train with Lt. Seldin Aug, 1864. Wounded in action Sept. 29, 1864 at Ft. Harrison, sent to hos., trans. To Chim Hosp. #3 with wound "V.S. right arm" Oct. 5, 1864. Fur. From hos. Nov. 14, 1865 for 60 days. Retired to Invalid Corp, P.A,C.S. Jan. 13, 1865. Present through Apr. 4, 1865.

 

STOKES, SYDNEY M.: Enl. Oct. 21, 1863 at Rich. for war, entitled to bounty. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865.

 

STRATTON, DAVID C.: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. Sick with measles Aug, 1861. Jan. 11, 1862 sent to Moore Hosp. at Gen. Hos. #1, Danville Va. 20 day fur. From Feb. 19, 1862 with Typhoid Fever, sent to Macon, Pow. Co. NFR.

 

STRATTON, JERMAN L.: Enl. Apr. 16, 1864 at Frederick Hall for war, entitled to bounty. Sent to Receiving and Wayside Hos. (Gen. Hos. #9) June 1864, trans. to Chim. Hos. #2 with Diarrhoea June 30, 1864. 30 day fur from July 2, 1864 but absent through Dec. 1864. Captured during retreat from Richmond, paroled Apr. 26, 1865 at Burkeville Junction.

 

STRATTON, THOMAS JOHN: Born Apr. 29, 1843. Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Sick with measles Aug. 1861. Detailed to "Carry E. H. Fariss who was wounded to Richmond" Dec, 1862. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865.

 

STRATTON, WILLIAM D.: Enl. Mar. 27, 1862 at Rich. for war. Absent on sick fur. Aug. 1862, returned by Jan. 1863. Absent on 60 day sick fur. From Apr, 12, 1863, returned by July 1863. On fur. 30 days Apr. 1864. Detailed to Med. Dept. June 1864 with Dr. Roscoe. Possibly present at Appo. C.H. Apr. 9, 1865. Paroled at Burkeville Junction Apr 26, 1865. Board of Supervisors, Appo. Co. Va. House of Delegates 1907 - 1913. Died 1918.

 

STRATTON W. D.: NFR.*

 

SWANN, CHRISTOPHER: Residence, Pow. Co.; Age 21 in 1863; 5 ft, 11 in; dark complexion, brown hair, grey eyes. Enl. Oct. 1, 1862 at Rich. for 1 year. Wounded at Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862. Absent on sick fur. 20 days Feb, 1863. Wounded at Gettysburg, POW July 4, 1863. Sent to U.S.A. Fen. Hos., Frederick MD July 6, 1863 with Rheumatism, trans to Annapolis MD July 7. Received at Ft. Delaware July 10, 1863 from South Mt. Aug, 10. Sent to Chester Hos. Took Oath of Allegiance June 7, 1865.

 

SWANN, EDWARD C.: Sgt., Born Pow. Co.; Age 37 in 1862; 5 ft., 7 in.; light complexion, light eyes, light hair; occupation merchant. Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year, ent. As Col. Appointed Sgt. Sept. 1861. Discharged Aug 18, 1862 under Conscription Act, over 35 and not reenlisting. Reenlisted Jan. 10, 1863 at Caroline for war, as Pvt. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865.

 

SWANN, GUSTAVUS A.: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H- for 1 year. Sick with measles Aug, 1861. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. Res. of Trenholm, Pow. Co. 1915.

 

SWANN, JOHN C.: Born. Oct. 7, 1843. Enl. Mar. 17, 1862 at Rich. for war, age 18. Sent to hos. At Winchester Aug. 1862. Trans to Gen. Hos. #13, Rich. Sept. 29 - Oct 20 1862 with "Debility," returned by Nov. 1862. Hos. Winder Div. #4 Dec 8 - 15 1862. Gen. Hos. # 9 to Chim. Hos. #5 Nov. 14 - 15, 1863. Chim Hos. #5 Nov. 26, 1863 with sprained ankle, returned to duty same day, Sick fur. to Pow. C.H. Jan - Aug 1864 with "Genl. Debility caused by alternate constipation and Diarrhea- Great Gastric Disturbance." Gen. Hos. #9 May 23, 1864 trans. to Chim. Hos. #2 May 24, 1864 with "Imfriere Vaecine." Trans. to C.S.A. Gen. Hos., Farmville June 2, 1864 with Rheumatism and "Dispepsia." Granted fur. 6 days from June 8, 1864. Died Oct. 15, 1915, buried in Muddy Creek Bapt. Ch, Pow. Va. Paroled Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865.

 

SWANN, POTTERFIELD: (Also Swann, Porterfield) - Born Oct. 23, 1847. Enl. Oct. 20, 1864 at Henrico for war, entitled to bounty. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865, Baptist minister postwar. Died July 1, 1919 at Goshen, bur. Goshem Bap. Ch. Cem.

 

SWANN, THOMAS J.: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Discharged Aug 18, 1862 on Conscription Act, over 35 and not reenlisting.

 

TAYLOR, EDWARD B.: B. 1831. Enl. Sept. 22, 1863 at Rich. for war. Detailed with Maj. Turner, Q.M. from Apr, 1864 Paroled at Appo. C.H., Apr, 1865. D. 1899.

 

TAYLOR, EUGENE L.: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Present through Dec, 1864.

 

TAYLOR, GEORGE W.: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Hos. Dec. 16, 1862,  Wounded in action at Ft. Harrison Sept. 29, 1864 sent to Chim Hos. #1 Oct. 7 -31, 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. D. Dec. 21, 1912, age 73, buried in Hollywood Cem., Rich.

 

TAYLOR REUBEN: Artificer, Enl Sept. 23, 1861 at Williamsburg for I year. Trans. From Capt. Coke's Co. Oct. 6, 1862. POW July 5, 1863 at Waterloo, sent to Ft. McHenry June 2, 1864, trans. To Ft. Delaware July 9, 1863. Exchanged July 31, 1863. Sent to Episcopal Church Hos., Williamsburg, Va. Aug 1 - 3, 1863, Detailed as blacksmith from Dec. 1863. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. (Also see 1st Va. Art.)

 

TAYLOR, WILLIAM A.: Enl, Oct. 11, 1864 at Henrico for war, entitled to bounty. Paroled Appo. C.H. Apr. 1865.

 

TAYLOR, WILLIAM DANIEL: Res. Pow. Co. Enl Aug. 21, 1863 at Pow. for war, entitled to bounty. Originally enlisted in heavy Art., trans. to Dance's Battery. 30 day fur. Apr. 1864. Fur. Of  Indulgence Aug. 31 -Dec, 31, 1864. Sent to Gen. Hos. #9 Oct. 3, 1864, trans. to Chim. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865 with horse.

 

TAYLOR, WILLIE T.: (Possibly same as Taylor, William D.) NFR*

 

THOMPSON, MAURICE: Enl. Apr, 27, 1863 in Caroline Co., for war. NFR

 

THOMPSON, MILES: NFR*

 

TRABUE, JOHN C.: (Also Tribue, J. P.) Enl. Aug. 12, 1862 at Hanover C.H. for war. Trans. From Co. B, 4th Va. Cav. Jan. 3, 1863. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. (Also see 4th Va. Cav.)

 

TRICE, T. H.: (Possibly same as Thomas Alonzo Trice) NFR

 

TRICE, THOMAS ALONZO: Born Aug. 17, 1846, Louisa Co. Occupation farmer. Enl. Nov. 3, 1864 at Henrico for war, entitled to bounty. Sent to Chim. Hos. #2 Jan 19, 1864 with Catarrh. 30 day fur. From Feb. 15, 1865. Paroled May 29, 1865 at Ashland, Va. D. Nov. 7, 1906, buried in Oakwood Cem., Charlottesville.

 

TUCKER, AUGUSTUS MARION: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Sent to hos. In Rich. Oct. 1861, discharged from army. Reenlisted July 31, 1862 at Rich. for war, entitled to bounty. Sent to Chim. Hos. #2 Jan 2 - 8, 1864 with "Debility." Killed in fight at Ft. Harrison near Chaffin's Bluff Sept. 29, 1864.

 

TUCKER, CORNELIUS W.: Born in Notlaway Co., age 29 in 1863; 5 ft, 10 1/2 in.; fair complexion, blue eyes, brown hair; occupation shoemaker. Enl. Feb. 20, 1863 at Pow. for war . Detailed with Q.M. of Regt. Apr. 1863. Discharge of Certificate of disability due to deafness June 27, 1863, but kept with Regt , to work on harnesses, later sent to work as artificer with Q.M. Re-discharged June 29, 1863. Captured and arrested in Chambersburg, PA about July 22, 1863 sent to Ft. Delaware July 23. NFR.

 

TUCKER, DALLAS: (Possibly same as Tucker, W. D.) NFR.*

 

TUCKER, DANIEL W.: Enl. Feb. 2, 1864 at Pow. for war. NFR.

 

TUCKER, SMITH G.: (Also Tucker, Smyth or Tucker S. E.) Enl. July 16, *61 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Sent to Gen. Hos. # 18 (Greaner's Hos.) Oct. 29, 1861, 15 day fur. From Oct. 30. Sent to hos, in Gordonsville Sept. 1862. Sent to Moore Hos. at Gen. Hos. #1, Danville with "Fever" Jan. 4, 1862, then sent to Culpeper, Va. Captured during retreat from Richmond, paroled at Dove Mines May 3, 1865.

 

TUCKER, THOMAS J.:- Enl. Aug. 22, 1863 at Cumberland for war. Apr, 1864 detailed to Med. Dept. with Dr. Roscoe. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865, second parole May 12, 1865 in Rich.

 

TUCKER, W. D.: (Also Tucker, William Dallas) Born Pow. Co., age 20 in 1865. 5 ft, 6 in; fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair; occ. Bricklayer. Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Sent to hos. Dec. 1861. Absent on fur. As reenlisted man Feb, 1862. Sick in hos. Feb, 1863. Wounded in action Sept. 29, 1864, sent to Chim Hos. #5 with "V. S. Head frac. Of skull." Nov. 24. 1864 Chim. Hos. #5 with diarrhoea. Fur. To Cartersville, Pow. Co. For 60 days from Nov. 26, 1864. Dec. 10, 1864 sent to Huguenot Springs. Sent to invalid corp. Mar. 1865, "assigned to duty as nurse in some Post Hospital." Paroled Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. NFR.

 

TUCKER, WILLIAM H.: (Possibly Tucker, W. D,) Enl. but discharged because of poor health. NFR.*

 

TUCKER, WILLIAM T.: Enl. Mar. 9, 1862 at Fred. Hall for war, ent. to bounty. Absent 30 day fur. Apr, 1864. Bounty paid Apr. 30, 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. 

VENABLE, E. W.: (Possibly Venable Goodrich W.) NFR* 

VENABLE, GOODRICH W.: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Chim. Hos. #4 Nov. 29, 1861 with fever. Fur. Jan. 4, - Feb. 12, 1862. Winder Div. 5 Hos. Nov. 16, 1862, 20 day fur. from Dec. 5, 1862. Sent to his. at Winchester Nov. 7, 1862. C.S.A. Gen. Hos., Farmville Feb. 6, 1863 with "Fistula Hemorrhoids" and "Debilitas," made Ward Master. May 8, 1863 sent to private quarters with *Fistula in Ano. Haemorrhoids and vasicoule." Feb. 6, 1863 detailed as nurse in Farmville. Discharged from hos. May 9, 1865 as "Convalescent." Returned as Ward Master by Apr. 11, 1865. Detailed at hos. in Farmville June 1863. Paroled at Farmville between Apr. 11 and 21, 1865.

 

VEST, JOHN: Enl. Oct. 2, 1861 at Rich. for 1 year. Sent to Chim. Hos. #5 Nov. 21 - Dec. 11, 1861 with "Haemaluria." Fur. as reenlisted man Feb, 1862. Detailed as teamster for Q.M. from Oct, 1862. POW July 5, 1863 at Waterloo, PA. Sent to Ft. Delaware, trans to Pt. Lookout Oct. 22, 1863. Exchanged Oct. 30, 1864. Captured during retreat from Rich. paroled at Manchester, Apr. 20, 1865. 

WALDROP, BEN: (Possibly Waltrip, Benjamin) NFR* 

WALDROP, CLARION: (Possibly Waltrip, Robert) NFR*

 

WALLS, HENRY: NFR

 

WALLS, LITTLEBERRY B.: Born 1844. Res. New Kent Co., VA; 5 ft. 10 1/2 in.; eyes black, hair black. Enl. June 21, 1861 at Williamsburg for I year. Trans. from Capt. Coke's Co. Oct. 6, 1862. Rec. and Wayside Hos. May 2 1, 1863; made mark instead of signature on receipt. Sent to Gen. Hos. #18, trans. To Chim. Hos. #3 with "Debilitas." Returned to duty July 7, 1864. Sent to 5th Div. Gen. Hos. Dec. 16-28, 1862. Deserted at New Market Heights July 24, 1864. "Rebel deserter came in Fed. lines, Williamsburg, Va.," Aug. 3, 1864. Sent to New York Aug. 5, 1864, took Amnesty Oath on Aug. 26, 1864. Died 1924, buried Liberty Bapt. Ch., James City Co. (Also see 1st Va Art.)

 

WALTHALL, JOHN H.: 2' Lt., Enl. July 16, 1861 as 1st Sgt. at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Promoted by election to 2nd Lt. May 17, 1862. Detailed to enroll conscripts June 1862. Sent to Gen. Hos. #4 Aug. 4, 1863, trans. to Huguenot Springs Aug. 9, 1863, returned by Oct, 1863. Resigned "for reasons which his not deemed necessary to state having been advised to do so by the officers of my company." June 20, 1864. Remained with battery until paroled Apr. 29, 1865, parole listed as part of Dance's Batt.

 

WALTHALL, WILLIAM E.: Born Pow. Co., res. Louisa Co. Age 19 in 1861; 5 ft., 8 in.; light complexion, grey eyes, brown hair. Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Discharged Nov. 30, 1861 on Carl. of Disability. Reenlisted Apr. 3, 1862 at Pow. for war. Absent on sick fur. Aug. 1862. POW July 5, 1863 at Waterloo PA, received at Ft. Delaware July 7-12, 1863, sent to Pt. Lookout Oct, 1863. Exchanged Feb. 18, 1865. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. Died June 8, 1912, age 68, buried in Hollywood Cem., Rich.

 

WALTON, HENRY D.: B. Oct. 18, 1836. Died Aug. 22, 1909, buried in Muddy Creek Bapt. Ch., Pow. Co.

 

WALTRIP, BENJAMIN: Enl. May 20, 1861 at Williamsburg for 1 year. Trans. From Capt. Coke's Co. Oct. 6, 1863 Rec and Wayside Hos. Nov. 26, 1863, sent to Chim. Hos. Deserted neat New Market Heights July 24, 1864, held at Yorktown Aug. 2-3, 1864. (Also see 11th Va. Art.)

 

WALTRIP, ROBERT: Born Nov. 22, 1845. Age 20 in 1863; occ. Farmer. Enl. May 6, 1862 at Burnt Ordinary for war. Trans. from Capt. Cokes Co. Oct. 6, 1862 , Rec. and Wayside Hos. Nov. 11, 1863, trans. To Chim. Hos. #2 Nov 27 through Dec. 10, 1863 with "Contused wound of right arm" acquired Nov. 11. 1863 near Rapidan River. Detailed to drive Batt. wagon from, Dec. 1863 through Apr. 1864. Detailed as driver for HQ wagon Dec. 1864. Deserted and captured at Bermuda Hundred about Feb. 27, 1865, held at Ft. Magruder, then Ft. Monroe until Mar. 2, 1865. Died Sept. 22, 1917. (Also see 1st Va. Art.)

 

WASH, JUNIUS E.: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for I year. Fur. Feb, 1862 as a reenlisted man. Sent to hos. Aug. 6, 1863. Killed in fighting at Spottsylvania C.H. May 12, 1864.

 

WEISIGER, BENJAMIN B.: Lt., Born 1836. Occ. clerk. Enl. May 1, 1861 at Manchester for 1 year. Paroled at Appo, C.H. Apr, 1865. Died Mar. 24, 1905, age 69, bur. Hollywood Cem. (Also see 6th, 16th, 3rd, and Weisigner Co. Va. Lt. Art.)

 

WHEELER, S.: Enl. July 23, 1863 at Rich. for war. Detailed to drive staff wagon Apr. 1863. POW July 5 at Waterloo, PA. Sent to Ft. McHenry, trans. to Ft. Del. July 9, 1863. Trans. to Point Lookout Oct. 22, 1863. Exchanged Feb. 13, 1865, sent to Camp Lee Feb. 17, 1865. NFR.

 

WHITLOCK, ARMISTEAD: Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Discharged at Rich. Oct. 4, 1861, furnished substitute.

 

WHITLOCK, CORNELIUS T.: Enl. Apr. 15, 1865 at Frederick Hall for war, ent. to bounty. Detailed with horses to N.C. Dec, 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865.

 

WHITLOCK, WILLIAM: Enl. July 23, 1862 at Pow. for war. Absent of 15 day fur. from Aug. 21, 1863. 30 day fur. from Apr, 1864. Fur. Dec. 1864. Captured on retreat from Rich., paroled Apr. 26, 1865 in Rich.

 

WIGHT, HENRY. THEODORE: Enl. Apr. 21, 1862 at Goochland Co. for war. Trans. From 4' Va. Cav. Dec, 1862, absent at time of trans. Rec. and Wayside Hos. Aug. 3, 1864, sent to Chim. Hos. #3. 30 day sick fur. From hos. Aug, 1863. 60 day sick fur. from Sept. 30, 1863 with pneumonia. 30 day fur. from Nov. 27, 1863. Chim Hos #3 with "Phthisis pulnonalis" Jan. 12, - Feb. 4, 1864, fur 30 day. Chim Hos. #3 Oct. 1, 1864 with "Augue and fever." On duty at Chim. Hos. #3 Oct. 1 - 18. 1864. Chim Hos. #3 Dec. 14 - 20 1864 with "Debilitas." "Retired to report to Gen. Hampton." Detailed on enrolling duty Dec. 1864. Captured on retreat from Rich., paroled Apr. 20, 1865 at Rich. Died 1870. Name stitched an a blanket on display at Museum of Confederacy, Rich., 1997. (Also see 4th Va. Cav.) 

WILKERSON, P. B.: (Possibly Wilkinson, Philip B.) NFR. 

WILKINSON, PHILIP B.: Enl. Oct. 22, 1863 at Orange Co. for war. Gen. Hos. #9, Rich. Apr. 3, 1864. Under arrest at Castle Thunder Aug, 1864, returned to duty by Dec, 1864. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865. 

WILKINSON, WILLIAM: Enl. Aug. 26, 1863 at Pow. for war. Discharged Dec, 1863 having furnished substitute. 

WILLIAMS, ABNER W.: Born Pr. Edward Co. Age 25 in 1863, 5 ft. 10 1/2 in; comp. fair eyes blue; hair light, Occ. Wheelwright. Enl. Sept. 13, 1861 at Rich. For 1 year. Gen. Hos. #8 (St. Charles Hos.), Rich. Jan. 6 -12, 1862 with chronic diarrhoea. Fur. as reenlisted man Feb. 1862. Hos. #20, Rich. Dec. 22, 1862 - Jan. 12, 1863. Discharged Apr. 2, 1863 for physical disability.

 

WILLIAMS, GEORGE D.: Sgt., Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Appointed Cpl. Sept. 5, 1861. Promote to Sgt. Aug. 25, 1862. Absent on 15 day fur. From Dec. 16, 1863. Paroled at Appo. C.H. Apr, 1865 with one horse.

 

WILLIAMS, GEORGE D.: (Also Williams, E. D.) Enl. July 16, 1861. Present through Apr. 4, 1865. NFR.*

 

WILLIAMS, JAS.: Enl. July 23, 1862 at Rich. For war. Fur. Jan. 21, 1864 from H.Q. ANV with "Debility following pneumonia- 3 month ago." Gen. Hos., Farmville 28 day fur, from Mar. 8, 1864 to Gold Hill, Buckingham Co. With "Debility result of pneumonia of one month standing." Detailed with Asst. Q.M. to mow hay July 1864. Detailed to cut clover hay Aug. 1864. Detailed to bail hay with Capt. Christian, Asst. Q.M. Sept. -Dec, 1864. NFR.

 

WILLIAMS, THOMAS, J.: 2nd Lt., Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Detailed to nurse sick at hos. in Rich. Oct. 1861. Promoted to Cpl. Aug. 25, 1862. Promoted by election July 29, 1864 to 2nd Lt. Paroled at Appo. C.H Apr, 1865. ,

 

WILSON, JAMES:- Enl. May 20, 1861 at Williamsburg. Trans. from Capt. Coke's Co. Oct. 6, 1862. Sent to hos. In Winchester Nov. 7, 1862. Gen. Hos. Staunton Va. Nov, 1862 with *Phthisis Putmonelis." Died Nov. 18, 1862. (See 1st Va. Art.)

 

WILSON, WILLIAM: Born James City Co. Age 24 in 1863. (See 1 "Va. Art.) Enl. May 20, 1861 at Williamsburg for 1 year. Trans. from Capt. Coke's Co. Oct. 6, 1862. Winder Div. 5 Hos- Oct. 28, 1862. Sent to hos. in Winchester Oct, 1862. Small Pox Hos. Dec. 15, 1862 with "Variola Dist. and Peritovilis." Died at Howard Grove Hos., Jan. 18, 1863.

 

WINSTON, JAMES OVERTON: (Also Winston, J. C.) Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for 1 year. Aug, 1861 sick with measles. Sent to Den. Hos. Dec. 1861. Detailed as teamster (extra duty) June - Nov, 1862. Teamster with Q.M. Dec, 1862. POW July 5, 1863 near Waterloo and South Mt. Sent to Ft. Del. between July 7 - 12, 1863. Detailed to drive ambulance Aug. 1863 (in absentia). Sent to Pt. Lookout Oct, 1863. Exchanged Feb. 18, 1865. Present through Apr. 4, 1865. Died Jan. 19, 1923 in Cumberland Co., age 88.

 

WINSTON, NATHANIEL W.: Born 1842, Albemarle Co. Age 20 in 1863. 6 ft; comp. Dark; eyes dark; hair dark. Occ. Farmer. Enl. July 16, 1861 at Pow. C.H. for I year. Sick fur. 20 days in Feb, 1862. Detailed on extra duty as nurse to C.S. A. Gen. Hos., CharlottesviIle, Aug. 1862 -June 1863. Discharged from service Apr. 17, 1863. Died 1923.

 

WOOD, W. W.: Res. of Rich., 1904. NFR.

 

*Denotes names that do not appear in the official muster, but are listed as members in other sources. Since these names do not appear in the official records they may not be included in statistics but have been included in the muster role to allow for variations in spelling or other errors and discrepancies.

 

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