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Beaty Bell Coff Dowell Ferrell Folks Hammers Hamner Hill Jordan Kittle Miller Moore Painter Pullin Salsbury Smith Vandevender Varner Ward Ware Warner

Report of Deaths of Confederate Veterans at Valley Head, West Virginia.

J. L. Coff, Adjutant, reports the following deaths in membership of General Pegram Camp, No. 1602, U. C. V., of Valley Head, W. Va., since its organization, in 1906: S. B. Kittle, Company A, 62d Virginia Infantry; W. C. S. Jordan, Company G, 18th Virginia Cavalry; M. N. Pullin, Company E, 31st Virginia Infantry; John Varner, Company I, 19th Virginia Cavalry; E. B. Ward, Company I, 19th Virginia Cavalry; Josiah Vandevener, Company F, 31st Virginia Infantry; F. H. Dowell, J. D. Warner, W. J. Hamner, Company B, 25th Virginia Infantry; S. G. Ferrell, Company E, 20th Virginia Cavalry; T. M. Moore, Company I, 19th Virgnia Cavalry; F. M. Hill, Company K, 31st Virginia Infantry; J. B. Hammers, Chew's Battery; George Beaty, Company G, 18th Virginia Cavalry; B. T. Ware, Company C, 20th Virginia Cavalry; G. W. Painter, Company I, 49th Virginia Infantry and Commander of Pegram Camp; G. W. Salsbury, Company F, 31st Virginia Infantry, A. E. Folks, Company F, 31st Virginia Infantry; W. P. Smith, Company C, 6th Virginia Cavalry; J. M. Miller, Company K, 52d Virginia Infantry.

SOURCE: Confederate Veteran Magazine, February, 1915.

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