The following report of the losses in the Augusta Camp, No. 435, U. C. V., for the year ending April 26, 1920, was made by Charles Edgeworth Jones, Historian of the Camp:
"Milledge A. Roundtree, lieutenant of 3d South Carolina Cavalry, died May 21, 1919.
"Cebron S. Murphrey, Irwin's Georgia Artillery, Pendleton's Corps, A. N. V., June 7, 1919.
"George H. Whitehead, Barnes's Battery, Cheatham's Division, Hardee's Corps, August 1, 1919.
"Paul R. Sledge, on detached telegraph service, Browne's brigade, Hill's Division, Beauregard's Army, August 20, 1919.
"Robert H. Sikes, 66th Georgia Regiment, September 23, 1919.
"Rev. Lansing Burrows, sergeant of Fayette Artillery, Richmond, Va., October 17, 1919.
"Amos K. Clark, 5th Georgia Infantry, October 18, 1919.
"William E. McCoy, 5th Georgia Regiment, November 17, 1919.
"William H. Hendrix, 2d Georgia Sharpshooters, J. K. Jackson's brigade, Walker's Division, Hardee's Corps, Army of the West, January 12, 1920.
"Lambeth Hopkins, Palmer's Battalion of Artillery, Mercer's Brigade, Hardee's Corps, February 19, 1920.
"William B. Thompson, Washington Artillery of Augusta, Stevenson's Division, Hood's Corps, March 14, 1920.
"Ferdinand Rahner, Barnes's Battery, Cheatham's Division, Army of the West, March 17, 1920.
"Godfrey D. Etter, Washington Artillery, March 27, 1920.
"M. P. Carroll, captain and inspector adjutant on Gen. A. R. Wright's staff, April 20, 1920.
"James M. Youngblood, sergeant of 14th South Carolina Infantry, April 12, 1920."
SOURCE: Confederate Veteran Magazine, June, 1920.
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