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Beers Cobb Farrior Fuller Giddins Gilmer Merriwether Norris Smith Snider Snodgrass Taylor Thomas Wilson

Report of the Deaths of Confederate Veterans at Montgomery, Alabama.

Commander John B. Fuller reports the passing of the following members of Camp Lomax, No. 151, U. C. V., Montgomery, Ala., during 1914:

J. R. Norris, Company C, 2d Arkansas, died January 19.

W. O. Farrior, Company D, 3d Alabama, died January 26.

F. H. Cobb, first lieutenant Company H, 24th Alabama, died March 24.

J. C. Merriwether, Semple's Alabama Battery, died April, 17.

W. A. Taylor, Company A, 17th Alabama Regiment, died in April.

G. W. Fuller, Waddell's Alabama Battery, died June 18.

L. D. Wilson, Gen. Wirt Adams cavalry, died June 19.

G. W. Beers, 3d Alabama, died June 30.

J. G. Thomas, Semple's Alabama Battery, died July 17.

J. F. Giddins, Company I, 45th Alabama, died September 9.

M. S. Gilmer, Shockley's Independent Escort Company, died September 16.

R. B. Snodgrass, major of the 24th Alabama Cavalry, died November 19.

W. E. Smith, 28th Georgia Battalion, died December 4.

J. F. Snider, 1st Virginia Regiment, died December 20.

All of these were brave soldiers whom death did not terrify nor defeat humiliate. The have obeyed the command, "Parade rest," and their virtues plead for the judgement of "Well done, good and faithful servant." We mourn their absence but rejoice in their gain.

SOURCE: Confederate Veteran Magazine, March, 1915.

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