LIEUTENANT ALFRED SICKMAN,
He met every duty as it presented itself, and bravely and conscientiously served his county to the best of his ability. At the battle of Allegheny Mountain. December 13. 1861, while gallantly leading his men, he was shot and fell dead in front of the enemy, dying as a brave soldier should. His remains were left on the mountain side, and were buried by his comrades, April 7, 1862, on their way to Monterey.
Alfred Sickman of Company G, who was instantly killed. Lieut. Sickman was a cool, brave and gallant officer. He ascended the mountain in a meditative mood, as if he apprehended the danger into which he was about to rush, and when the charge was made, he went into it with undaunted courage.
Burial: Grafton National Cemetery, Grafton, Taylor County, West Virginia.