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

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Koiner, Charles. Koiner, Christian H., wounded near Littlestown, Pa., June, 1863; died June 30, 1863. Koiner, C. William, captured in Hunter's Raid, 1864; died Aug. 31, 1864, at Camp Morton, Ind., and buried there. Koiner, Elijah, promoted Brev. 2nd Lieutenant; wounded at Meem's Bottom, 1864. Koiner, George M., transferred from 52nd Virginia Infantry. Koiner, J. Webster, wounded at Hawes' shop, May 26, 1864. Koiner W., transferred to the Infantry. Lareu, James, killed at Gettysburg. Laville, David, captured in the retreat from Gettysburg, 1863. Layman, C.W., put in a substitute. Leonard, Jacob H. Leonard, John F., wounded at Brandy Station. Long, James F., killed in the Valley, November, 1864. Marshall, Jacob H., captured and recaptured at the Yellow Tavern. McCausland, Wm. D., one of the bravest, wounded when with Mosby in April, 1863; shot in the face at Cold Harbor, and in the ankle, in 1864; leg amputated below the knee; was one of the tree who captured the company of 42 men just after the second battle of Manassas. McClanahan, Jno. M., captured and retaken at Slatersville. McClung, C. William. McClung, Frank. McClung, James A. McComb, James, Wounded in April, 1865. McComb, James H.