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

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First Virginia Cavalry Roll of Company E Augusta County First Captain, William Patrick; retired at the reorganization; promoted Major of the 17th battalion Virginia Cavalry; mortally wounded at second Manassas, August 31, 1862. 1st Lieutenant, Thomas W. McClung; elected Captain at the reorganization. 2nd Lieutenant, John M. Hanger; resigned on account of health. Brevt. 2nd Lieutenant, William B. Gallaher; resigned in July, 1861. 1st Sergeant, William A. Hanger; elected 2nd Lieutenant; promoted to 1st Lieutenant; wounded at Catlett's Station, Aug.22, 1862, and permanently disabled. 2nd Sergeant, John S. Moorman; wounded May 9, 1864, and October 19, 1864. 3rd Sergeant, James C. McClung. 4th Sergeant, Charles S. Patterson; put in a substitute in 1862. 1st Corporal, Silas H. Walker; promoted 1st Sergeant and 2nd Lieutenant; wounded at the Wilderness, May 7, 1864. 2nd Corporal, William C. Berry; killed at Catlett's Station, Aug. 22, 1862. 3rd Corporal, Cyrus Mowry; put in a substitute. 4th Corporal, John T. Kennerly. Ensign, Virginius R. Guy; died at home, Nov. 13, 1864. Surgeon, G. Moffett King, M.D. Musician, George W. Freed; detailed as orderly for Gen. J.E.B. Stuart, and for Gen. Fitz Lee. Company Quartermaster, Norman H. Hanger; detailed at Cavalry Headquarters.