Handwritten entries are in (parenthesis). It is believed E.W. Cannon is the author of the handwritten notes. In letters to his family, he identifies himself as Adjutant.
[Bracketed] entries denote illegible words which are the TRANSCRIBER's interpretation.
There are no entries in the AGE or WOUNDED (W) columns.
* indicates additional data is recorded for the entry. See data below.
Killed in Battle column: Gainey, Wiley...Spottsylvania has been crossed through and WILDERNESS handwritten above the entry.
Died of Wounds column: McCuthen, G.H. (George)...Richmond, Va. has been crossed through and AT HOME handwritten above the entry.
D.O.W. column: McCoy, R.M. (Robb)...Wounds is followed PETERSBURG in handwritten entry.
D.O.W. column: Peebles, A.S...the full typeset entry reads: IN FIELD HOSPITAL NEAR CHATTANOOGA.
Died of Disease column: Coker, Hugh...RICHMOND is handwritten above Hospital, Va. 1862 typeset entry.
D.O.D. column: Coker, Josiah F. Typeset entry reads Disease 1863 with handwritten entry reading AT HOME and the date is changed to 1862.
D.O.D. column: Crowley, Alex L....Tn. has been crossed through and GA. has been handwritten.
D.O.D. column: Hudson, Jesse...handwritten entry reads FIELD HOSPITAL.
In Prison column: Ellis, H.H. (Henry)...typeset entry "In Prison" has been crossed through with pencil.
Close of Service column: Joy, Francis E...typeset entry "Surrendered 1865" has been crossed through with pencil.
Remarks column: McLeod, Wm. J...typeset 1863 changed to 1861 with pencil.
Remarks column: Coker, D.C...typeset entry changed to read: Captured while looking for wounded after battle of Seven Pines.
Remarks column: Hill, J.D... wounded (illegible) Station may read Campbell's Station.
Thanks to the Chandler family and the Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp 1610, Monroeville, Alabama for sharing this document with the descendents of these soldiers.
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