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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Unveiling of the statue of General Ambrose Powell Hill at Richmond, Virginia, May 30, 1892. (search)
stead, the other commissioned officer, was detailed as officer of the guard. Company D, which was commanded by First-Lieutenant Charles A. Crawford, in the absence of Captain Gasser, who had charge of the Second battallion, turned out fifty-seven men. Captain E. Leslie Spence, officer of the day, commanded Company E, which paraded thirty-five men. The other officers were Lieutenants J. P. Davis and George R. Fairlamb. Company F, which paraded thirty-two, was commanded by Captain George Wayne Anderson, with Lieutenants S. J. Doswell and G. P. Shackelford. The Hospital Corps of the regiment turned out in large numbers. The following were the members in line: Acting-Stewards Flavius Glinn, L. H. Burwell, H. L. Cardoza, G. F. Ferrin, P. E. Gibbs, W. H. Goodliff, Samuel Harris, C. V. Jones, Robert Hardwicke, C. H. Kindervater, H. Kindervater, G. E. Matlock, L. B. Samuels, J. P. Scott, W. R. Smith, C. N. Pugh, J. F. Waller, B. P. T. Wood, W. H. Parker, Jr., L. B. Reams, R. R.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.27 (search)
one pieces, under Sergeant Edwards. Company A, Richmond Grays, Captain C. Gray Bossieux, Lieutenants Goode and Jeter; 32 men. Company B, Walker Light Guard, Captain Frank W. Cunningham, and Lieutenants Haverty, Russell, and Hinchman; 40 men. Company D, Old Dominion Guards, Captain Charles Gasser, and Lieutenants Crawford and Stringer; 55 men. Company C, Guard of the Commonwealth, Captain George B. Shackelford, and Lieutenants Halstead and Morris; 40 men. Company F, Captain George Wayne Anderson, and Lieutenants Mills and Paynter; 56 men. Zzztwo Regiments combine. The third section of the infantry was occupied by a special formation from the Second and Fourth regiments of this State and some of the visiting troops. Lieutenant-Colonel Pole was in command of this regiment, which was made up as follows: Company D, Monticello Guard, Captain J. S. Keller, and Lieutenants Wingfield and Conlon; 40 men. Company D, of the Fourth Regiment, Captain G. W. Hope. Com
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The South's Museum. (search)
May Cantrell, daughter of Dr. William A. Cantrell, an old and prominent physician of Little Rock; Miss Frances M. Scott, daughter of the late Charles G. Scott, Arkansas; Miss Lelia Dimmock, and others. At the head of the stairway, on the second floor, was the flag which lay at the head of Mr. Davis' casket prior to the interment. Louisiana room. This room was very attractive, although those in charge were not prepared for a display of relics. —— ——, Regent. Vice-Regent, Mrs. George Wayne Anderson, nee Estelle Marguerite Buerthe, of New Orleans; Mrs. John C. Freeman, alternate. Reception Committee: Mrs. W. Benjamin Palmer, nee Nellie Nalle, of New Orleans; Mrs. Parker Dashiell, nee Margaret May, of New Orleans; Mrs. William C. Bentley, nee Lula Logan, of New Orleans; Mrs. George Ainslie, nee Miss Buerthe, of New Orleans; Miss Anna Boykin. Texas room. Mrs. A. V. Winckler, Corsicana, Texas, Regent; Mrs. Cazneau McLeod, Vice-Regent; Mrs. G. W. Mayo, alternate. Receptio