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Portrait of an unidentified Civil War veteran.
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.
Group portrait of Civil War veterans in Wellsburg, Brooke County, W. Va.
Members of the Grand Army of the Republic, Civil War veterans. Jonah Bayles, of the 7th West Virginia Infantry, is holding the flag on the right.
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).'
Group portrait of twenty-one civil war veterans.  Jonah Bayles is holding flag on the right.
People gather to meet the Sunday train to greet the heroes of the Confederacy.
This old civil war vet was the last of his family as well as the last of his regiment.
Confederate Veterans from left to right: George Hammer, John Ruddle, and Henry Roberson.
Members of the Brandywine Band are included in the background.
Confederate veterans George, Isaac, and Benjamin Hammer.