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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), War Diary of Capt. Robert Emory Park, Twelfth Alabama Regiment. January 28th, 1863January 27th, 1864. (search)
n the Army of Northern Virginia. Wesley Moore telegraphed for his brother, Micajah, (Cage, as we called him), who had just reached 18 years, to come on. I think the order will do great good, and I am gratified at having had such notice and approval taken of my suggestion. Jan 6 and 7. Banks, my cook, was taken very sick with cold, which swelled up his face, feet, legs and hands. He is a faithful negro, loyal to the cause, and of great service to me. Had surgeon to prescribe for him. Jan. 8. A great snow fell during the night. The watery particles congealed into white crystals in the air, sprinkled the ground about four inches deep. The regiment was ordered out to witness the execution of two deserters. Jan. 9. Battle's brigade left early for picket duty on the Rapidan river. I was left in camp as its commander, and have more men in camp, left on account of bare feet and bad shoes, than Colonel Goodgame carried off with him. Had Banks carried in ambulance to Dr. Terrill
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), A Memorial. (search)
utiful Hollywood by the sered inmates of the Soldiers' Home and by the Veterans of Lee and Pickett camps—through whose parted ranks, with bowed and bared heads, the mournful line passed and repassed. The funeral took place Sunday afternoon, January 8th, from the church of which Dr. Hoge had been pastor for over half a century, and was attended by a great concourse of people. The service was quite simple. From the many tributes to the memory of Dr. Hoge and the several analyses of his gifndertaken the preparation of Memoirs of his distinguished relative. A gracious Deed. A lady, a resident of Richmond, returning from a visit northward, during which she was at Morristown, New Jersey, attended divine worship there, on the 8th of January, on which day the pastor of the church, Rev. Dr. Erdman, announced feelingly to the congregation the death of Dr. Hoge. In referring to the ability and excellences of character of Dr. Hoge, he stated in illustration, the following signal i