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

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McComb, Joseph Henderson, killed at Spottsylvania C.H., May 9, 1864. McComb, Moses H. McComb, W.A.B., detailed as courier at Cavalry Headquarters. McCue, Saml. H., wounded at Cedar Creek, October 9, 1864. McCue, W. Crawford, died at home, Aug. 26, 1861. McCue, W.Wirt, died at home, March 12, 1862. Miller, Crawford, stunned by a shell at Luray. Miller, John D., shot through the body, May 7, 1864. Miller, Samuel M., transferred from the 52nd Virginia Infantry; wounded at Seven Pines; wounded twice at Gettysburg; and killed near Berryville. Moffett, Milton M., transferred from Pegram's battalion of infantry; captured at Rich Mountain, July 18, 1861. Moffett, Robert W., wounded Dec. 1, 1864. Montgomery, Thos. A., blacksmith. Montgomery, William F., blacksmith. Moorman, James F., died at Madison Court House, May 1, 1862. Mowry, O. Murray, Daniel, teamster. Palmer, Martin V., wounded at Falling Waters in 1861, and at Reams' Station; captured at Crab Bottom, Dec. 18, 1864. Patterson, Charles S., put in a substitute in 1862. Patterson, William Brown, put in a substitute in 1862, but afterward joined the 52nd Virginia Infantry; twice wounded at Petersburg. Patterson, William H., detailed as courier at Cavalry Headquarters; died at home, April 16, 1863. Pilson, H. Clay. Rader, Henry, detailed as blacksmith at home; put in a substitute, but afterward joined company H., 5th Virginia Infantry.