Members of Co. A., 12th W.Va. Infantry. Standing: Philip McCleary Pelley, *Wm. Magers, John Trenter*, George Gossett, *John C. Crow, C.C. Mathews, Mahlon Geurin, Abram Jones*, Wm. H. Dorsey*. Seated on chairs: Alex Connor, Absolem Crow, John G. Jones*, John Robert Talbert, James Logsdon, Daniel Morris. Seated on floor: Timothy B. Baker, Bill Stein, John W. Edwards*. *= Decea.
Inscription the back of the photograph: "A group portrait of William H. Stafford, Jonah Bayles, and George W. Wilson. 'William H. Stafford: 1844-1938, EOG, Enlisted April 12, 1864 and discharged June 12, 1865, Co. B 14th West Virginia Infantry; George W. Wilson: 1841-1930, EOG Centennial, enlisted August 1861 and discharged April 6, 1865. Co. A 20th Reg. Va Vol Cav. Rank-Sgt; Jonah Bayles (center,[Private in the 7th West Virginia Infantry]: his family was from the Point Marion/Taylortown vicinity near the Pennsylvania/West Virginia border [Jonah Bayles was from Ices Ferry, Monongalia County, W. Va.]. He was married to Letitia Nabors and had five children, one of whom was a civil engineer who worked on the Trans-Andean Railroad in South America and later became a water commissioner in Morgantown (George Harmon Bayles).'