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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Wounded at Williamsburg, Va. (search)
the residence of Mrs. King. W. P. Everette, Company H, 9th Regiment, Alabama; died May 17, 1862. W. F. Armistrong, Company B, 14th Regiment, Alabama Infantry; died May 15, 1862. S. McCarley, Company I, 6th Regiment, Alabama Infantry; died May 25, 1862. H. J. Summerline, Company B, 14th Regiment, Alabama Infantry; died May 18, 1862. T. H. Moore, Company C, 10th Regiment, Alabama Infantry; died May 18, 1862. D. H. Woolley, Company C, 10th Regiment, Alabama Infantry; died August 14, 1862. G. M. Blackburn, Company B, 10th Regiment, Alabama Infantry; died May 27, 1862. T. Sherman, Company A, 2d Regiment, Florida; died——22, 1862. C. S. Fleming, Company B, 2d Regiment, Florida. S. J. Shapply, Company H, 18th Regiment, Mississippi; discharged. A. J. Bryan, Company I, 18th Regiment, Mississippi; discharged. N. S. Patterson, Company B, 18th Regiment, Mississippi; discharged from the residence of H. T. Jones; since dead. M. Tierney, Company C, 18th Regiment, M
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.31 (search)
aid to have sold for $10,000, and was afterwards destroyed by a fire in New York. The copies were numerous, and many of them can still be found in the North, as well as the South, as the subject was one that excited general interest. The fact is not generally known, however, that the figures in the picture are all taken from models, who sat for the picture in Richmond, and are not the likenesses of the originals that figured in the pathetic scene of the burial at Summer Hill, on the 14th of August, 1862. Captain Latane, who was a mere boy, was killed on the road from Hanover Courthouse to Old Church. At that time McClellan's army was close on to Richmond, and was in possession of the country surrounding Hanover Courthouse. Captain Latane's brother was first lieutenant of the same company, and when his brother was killed Lieutenant Latane took charge of the body, hoping to find friends to bury it. He found a negro boy driving the mill-cart from Westwood, the home of Dr. William S. R.