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James D. Porter, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 7.1, Tennessee (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 3 1 Browse Search
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cock and Romney. At the reorganization of the regiment at Yorktown, Va., in the winter of 1862, William McComb was elected major. As such he took part in the battle of Seven Pines, where the brigade commander, General Hatton, was killed. Gen. James Archer was now placed in command of this brigade. At the battle of Cedar Run Lieut.--Col. George Harrell was mortally wounded and was succeeded by McComb. In the second battle of Manassas Colonel Forbes was killed, and now McComb became colonel . At the battle of Chancellorsville, Colonel McComb was wounded, and did not recover in time to take part in the battle of Gettysburg. He was repeatedly wounded in battle, but always returned to duty as soon as he was able. On the death of General Archer, his and Gen. Bushrod Johnson's old brigades were consolidated, and Colonel McComb was placed in command of the consolidated brigades, receiving his commission as brigadier-general on the 20th of January, 1865. In the final battles around Pe
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
Artillery Company, Unassigned, Virginia Volunteers, April 20, 1865. S. A. Mann, 1st Sergeant, Virginia. J. A. Jones, 2d Sergeant, Virginia. A. W. Archer, 3d Sergeant, Virginia. J. H. Robinson, 4th Sergeant, Virginia. W. H. Varmin, 5th Sergeant, Virginia. R. H. Bond, 1st Corporal, Virginia. H. Dahl, 2d Corporal, Virginia. E. D. Archer, 3d Corporal, Virginia. J. A. Burton, 4th Corporal, Virginia. Privates. W. J. Allen, Virginia, Jos. Archer, Virginia, Jas. Archer, Virginia, B. P. Andrews, Virginia, W. E. Bass, Virginia, W. F. Beasley, Virginia, J. W. Blankinship, Virginia, A. H. Burke, Virginia, J. M. Chalkley, Virginia, J. P. Clarke, Virginia, H. W. Gittenden, Virginia, P. F. Dance, Virginia, R. C. Friend, Virginia, T. H. Friend, Virginia, T. H. Gary, Virginia, O. H. Gibs, Virginia, W. E. Gill, Virginia, J. Godsey, Virginia, C. Godsey, Virginia, P. H. Granger, Virginia, J. W. Gregg, Virginia,