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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)
e command order arms, on the toes of little Henry Ford, and the latter's unsoldierly and profane exclamation, which shocked his comrades, the more as their captain was a clergyman. The captain had a sense of the ludicrous, as well as convictions in regard to propriety in ranks, so that Ford escaped punishment, except what Hostetter's musket had inflicted. On the 1st of May, David E. Moore, Jr., joined the battery; on the 3d, Lawson W. Johnson; on the 5th, Richard G. Davis; on 6th, Samuel B. Anderson, Ferdinand Hetterich, Thomas Martin, and Benjamin F. Tharp; on 7th, John R. Beard; and on the 11th, George W. Conner. On the 11th of May the company was on the march to Staunton, and on that day William G. Crosen joined it at Steel's Tavern. The same day it was mustered into the Confederate States service at Staunton, Va., by Major M. G. Harman. The first members of the company may remember, and be able to tell, the route taken from Staunton. I can find only this authenticated