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

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Hildebrand, Gideon, killed April 1, 1865. Hiserman, Homer C. Hoy, James M., wounded five times, May 7, 1864, died at home, June, 1864. Hunter, Robert H., promoted 4th Corporal, wounded at Gettysburg. Hunter, William L., detailed with Mosby; promoted Lieutenant in Company A., 43rd battalion Virginia Cavalry; captured at Aldie, April 28, 1864; put under fire at Morris' Island, Charleston, but made his escape; wounded February, 1863. Irvine, James E., put in a substitute. Johnson, Julian A., promoted 4th Corporal and Brev. 2nd lieutenant. Johnson, Zach, wounded near Falling Waters, June 5, 1861, died 1862. Keiser, J.N., wounded in the spring of 1863, and on Nov. 22, 1863, permanently disabled. Kennedy, Henry, killed by a prisoner whom he was taking to the rear, this prisoner was the Orderly Sergeant of a company of 42 men captured by Kennedy, McCausland, and Fishburne. Kennedy, Isaac. Kennerly, Jas. W., wounded May 7, 1864. Kennerly, Jno. T. Kerr, D.M., disabled by a fall from his horse. Kerr, James T., wounded at High Bridge, April, 1865, and permanently disabled. Kerr, John S., with Mosby on his first scout; captured at the Yellow Tavern, but escaped. Kerr, Samuel. Kerr, William C. Koiner, Alex, wounded March 5, 1865. Koiner, Capar M., killed at Kennon's Landing, May 24, 1864.