Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Lieutenant-Colonel Nolan” in chapter 22, page 234 of John Dimitry , A. M., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 10.1, Louisiana:
Stone pelting had swiftly turned tragical.
At his fall, his command became demoralized and fled in confusion.
The bay, half dazed by the clamor, was finally captured.
He was ridden by Lieutenant-Colonel Nolan , and remained with that brave soldier until his death on Culp's hill.
He became next the property of Father Hubert, soldier-priest known and dear to every man in the army of Northern Virginia.
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