Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Corse” in chapter 1.1 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9.:
...ry. He was to have attacked, if practicable, Fort Anderson --Barrington's. Commander Wood, of the navy, with his boat party, left on the 31st ultimo, and I, with Hoke's brigade, three regiments of Corse 's and two of Clingman's brigade, five rifle pieces, five Napoleons, and thirty cavalry, started on the evening of the 30th ultimo. The attack was to have been made simultaneously by the different...
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|†||M. D. Corse||194||15||18||1||0 user votes||Vote|
|Corse||394||0||72||0||0 user votes||Vote|
|John M. Corse||373||0||29||0||0 user votes||Vote|
|J. M. Corse||192||0||4||0||0 user votes||Vote|
|Montgomery D. Corse||85||0||11||0||0 user votes||Vote|
|Barney Corse||28||0||0||0||0 user votes||Vote|
|John Murray Corse||21||0||1||0||0 user votes||Vote|
|Montgomery Dent Corse||6||0||0||0||0 user votes||Vote|
|William Corse||4||0||0||0||0 user votes||Vote|
|Brig-Gen Corse||2||0||0||0||0 user votes||Vote|
|F. Corse||1||0||1||0||0 user votes||Vote|
† This entity has been selected by the automated classifier as the most likely match in this context. It may or may not be the correct match.