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The 1st Louisiana did not believe that he ought to be allowed to keep them, and accordingly took them away the second time, and with them a fine battery. These colors were entrusted to an old farmer whom Major Willett hunted up during his visit. The farmer stated that he had kept them until the Federal army had the run of everything and then, fearful of trouble, had carefully torn the captured flags up in small strips, and then not feeling fully satisfied had burnt the rags up. As for the colors of the First, they met with a still more extraordinary history.

Company KMissing: Private J. H. Lindsay. Battle of Cedar Creek, October 19th, 1864. Field and staff Missing: Major T. N. Powell. Company AWounded: Capt. I. L. Lyons. Company CWounded: Capt. J. Scott. Company EWounded: Ord. Sergt. W. Carmichael. Missing: Private E. Stappleton, P. McCoy. Company FKilled: Private J. Labranche. Missing: Private F. Rasch. Company GMissing: Private T. Williamson. Company IMissing: Corporal. S. Ferri. Company KMissing: Sergt. J. G. Herrington, Privates Oliver R. Moss, N.

This was in the month of June. In August following Sickles had been again supplied and was making a very pretty showing of them at the 2nd Manassas. The 1st Louisiana did not believe that he ought to be allowed to keep them, and accordingly took them away the second time, and with them a fine battery. These colors were entrusted to an old farmer whom Major Willett hunted up during his visit. The farmer stated that he had kept them until the Federal army had the run of everything and then, fearful of trouble, had carefully torn the captured flags up in small strips, and then not feeling fully satisfied had burnt the rags up.

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