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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)
he 23d North Carolina relieved us. Colonel Pickens, thrown by his horse and injured severely. Worked on breastworks. Bob Wynn and Win. Mayo were assigned by General Lee to Co. F, from Bragg's army, and reached camp to-day. They came via Castle Thunder. Nov. 18. Completed our rude fortifications, and are ready to welcome Meade and his cohorts to hospitable graves. Nov. 19 and 20. Added to strength of our works, and made a formidable abattis in our front, Sent $50.00 home. Nov. 21, 22 and 23. Rainy days. Read Aurora Floyd. Nov. 24. Expected President Davis to review the corps to-day, but the rain prevented, Our great leader must be sorely tried these gloomy days, and is evidently the right man in the right place. Nov. 25. Co. F went on picket near Mitchell's Ford. Nov. 26. At 2 o'clock A. M. were suddenly aroused and hurried towards Jacob's Ford, where Meade had crossed a part of his army. Battle of Locust Grove. Nov. 27. In afternoon, near Locust Grove
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), A Memorial. (search)
r man ever enjoyed. Dr. Hoge died a Mason. He entered the noble brotherhood but a few weeks before his death, having become a member of Dove Lodge, No. 51, of which Captain J. W. Lockwood, Jr., is worshipful master. The eminent minister had the distinction of being the only man upon whom the Grand Master of Masons of Virginia fever bestowed the honor of conferring the degrees in person at a private residence. This interesting ceremony occured in Dr. Hoge's chamber on the evening of November 22d, and was witnessed by a number of distinguished members of the craft. Dr. Hoge had been balloted for as a member of Dove Lodge, and was not, therefore, made a Mason at sight, though Grand-Master R. T. W. Duke, Jr., communicated the degrees and declared him a Mason. It was through the instrumentality of Worshipful-Master Lockwood that this great Masonic honor was conferred upon this distinguished man. The matter had been under consideration for nearly a year, but the details were not a