Colonel George S. Patton of Charleston, Virginia (West Virginia), 22nd Virginia Infantry, Confederate Army
'Born, Fredericksburg, Virginia, June 20th, 1833. Graduated from Virginia Military Institute July 4th, 1852. Began practicing law in Charleston, Virginia,(now West Virginia), 1854. Organized and elected Captain in Kanawha Riflemen, 1858. Entered Confederate service, April 18, 1861. Assigned to 22nd Regiment Virginia Infantry. Promoted for gallantry, to Major, Lieutenant Colonel and Colonel, in 1863. Several times wounded. Killed in Battle of Winchester, Virginia, September 19th, 1864.'
"Son of Judge H. C. McComas, Barboursville, W. Va, who along with his wife and the remainder of his family were killed by the Indians near Lordsburg, New Mexico. Charlie was adopted by the Apaches, learned to speak Apache, and would probably have been adopted by the tribe but he was killed by an Apache in 1883 or 1884."
'Uncle Mose Jackson-sketch from life by Bruce Haymond, son of Luther and brother of Col. Henry, Born East Virginia about 1798-died 1879. Slave of John G. Jackson is said to have taken care of General Stonewall Jackson and his sister at times when the mother visited the some of J. G. Jackson's people.'