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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Historical sketch of the Rockbridge artillery, C. S. Army, by a member of the famous battery. (search)
lieutenant of cavalry, November 13, 1862. William M. Otey, appointed lieutenant signal corps, October 10, 1862. J. Howard Smith, transferred to engineer regiment, December 24, 1862. The usual history is omitted from the pay-roll of February 28, 1863, but it indicates that the battery was still near Port Royal, which is below Fredericksburg, on the Rappahannock river. There is a memorandum showing absentees and noting changes since the last preceding muster. From this memorandum and sa cavalry, February 18, 1863; became captain, and killed a few days before General Lee's surrender. The next muster-roll was dated Hamilton's Crossing, April 30, 1863, and the sketch of movements is very brief, as follows: Last mustered, February 28, 1863, near Port Royal, Va. March 2d and 3d, marched sixteen miles to [this place]; April 29th, skirmished with the enemy, and therefore not mustered. The following changes are noted: Captain William T. Poague, promoted to be major, April 18,