Company D

Civil War Soldiers of Company D, Seventy-first Regiment, Sixth Cavalry

The following is only a partial list of those who were lost in Company D, Seventy-first Regiment, Sixth Cavalry: Russell P. ROBERTSON, Center Point, died at Atlanta September 27, 1864; Samuel L. RULE, Staunton, died September 7, 1862, of wounds received at Richmond, Ky.; John BAUM, Bowling Green, died December 25, 1862; John BRAZILL, killed at Mulberry Gap December 24, 1863; Allen BRAZILL, died at Louisville, Ky.; Chaney BUSH, Clay County, died at Camp Nelson, Ky., January 7, 1864; Solomon BEAR, Staunton, died April 22, 1863; Henry CROUSE, Bowling Green, died in rebel prison at Belle Isle, February 18, 1864; William L. CARPENDER, Bowling Green, killed at Mulberry Gap December 24, 1863; Henry C. ELLIS, Bowling Green, died in Andersonville Prison May 14, 1864; Peter HEATH, Poland, died November 10, 1864, in rebel prison at Millen, Ga.; John INMAN, Clay County, missing at Richmond, VA., August 30, 1862, and supposed to be dead. Robert GAY, Bowling Green, shot to death by sentence of court martial March 27, 1863; John MCAFFEE, Bowling Green, died at Camp Nelson, Ky., June 24, 1864; William H. WEST, Staunton, died at Indianapolis May 5, 1863; George W. COATES, Clay County, died in rebel prison at Millen, Ga., November 10, 1864; Joseph WELLS, died at Nashville May 6, 1865. Pg. 107; Blanchard