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Boyd Dix Hailes Johnston Jones Leak McBryde North Purifoy Sellers Speigner Stokes Stratton Whiting

Report of Deaths By Camp Lomax, Montgomery, Alabama.

At the last annual meeting of Camp Lomax, No. 53, U. C. V., of Montgomery, Ala., a memorial was read in tribute to the nine members who had pased over the river during 1921. These comrades had all passed threescore and ten years allotted to man; several had passed the fourscore; while one of them, the Rev. A. F. Dix, had passed his fourscore and ten years. The list follows: J. M. Boyd, private in Dawson Alabama Rangers, died January 25; W. S. Stokes, lieutenant Company K, 2nd Alabama Cavalry, died April 24; A. E. Stratton, sergeant major 13th Texas Cavalry, died April 27; W. J. Sellers, private Company K, 53d Alabama Cavalry, died July 7; J. G. Jones, private 5th Alabama Cavalry Battalion, died August 25; C. S. Johnston, lieutenant 21st Georgia Infantry, died September 21; W. W. Leak, private Company I, 3d Alabama Infantry, died October 9; Rev A. F. Dix, sergeant major 23rd Alabama Battalion, died October 25; W. H. Speigler, private Company C, 34th Alabama Infantry, died December 25.

(Committee: John Purifoy, W. B. Whiting, W. A. McBryde, George P. North, George W. Hailes.)

SOURCE: Confederate Veteran Magazine, March, 1922.

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