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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Graduates of the United States Military Academy at West Point, N. Y., [from the Richmond, Va., Dispatch, March 30, April 6, 27, and May 12, 1902.] (search)
. 1826. Albert S. Johnston. 436. Born Kentucky. Appointed Louisiana. 8. General, May 30, 1861. Commanding Department of the West. Killed April 6, 1862, at Shiloh. Edward B. White. 437. Born South Carolina. Appointed South Carolina. 9. Colonel, commanding Third Battalion, South Carolina Artillery. Francis L. Dancy. 438. Born North Carolina. Appointed North Carolina. 10. Adjutant-General of State of Florida, October 25, 1861. (Brigadier-general. ) John Archer. 453. Born Maryland. Appointed Maryland. 25. Brigadier-General, June 9, 1862. Commanding brigade Heth's Division, A. P. Hill's Corps, Army of Northern Virginia. 1827. James A. J. Bradford. 473. Born Tennessee. Appointed Kentucky. 4. Colonel of artillery, August 20, 1861. Commanding Tenth North Carolina Artillery. Leonidas Polk. 477. Born North Carolina. Appointed North Carolina. 8. Lieutenant-General, October 10, 1862. Commanding Army of Mississippi;
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Appendix. (search)
First Lieut., C. W. Statham. Second Lieut., Chas. J. Raine. Second Lieut., John R. Massey. Sec'd Lieut., W. W. Hardwicke. Second Lieut., William Early. Second Lieut., W. H. Hughes. Second Lieut., James Hughes. First Sergeant, W. H. Broyles. Second Sergeant, Thos. Franklin. Third Sergeant, Wm. Eads. Fourth Sergeant, Thos. Wood. Orderly Sergeant, Alex. East. Privates. Alvis, Sam. Brooks, James. Brooks, Thomas. Bransom, Jackson. Broyles, Samuel A. Caldwell, Archer. Coleman, Singleton. Coffee, Thomas. Depriest, William. Dunn, Samuel, East, William, Eads, Joe. Friedhoff, Hammond. Falwell, John. Gowin, John, Gaddess, John B. Brooks, William. Brooks, T. S. Bowman, John. Bateman, Sam. Cregg, Callahan. Cox, John. Coleman, George. Castillo, Patrick. Davidson, Benjamin. Donivan, William. Eads, Thomas. Eads, Samuel. Fletcher, Lucian. Gowin, James. Gowin, Sam. Green, Charles. Gools
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index (search)
rwriter, Capture of the, 206. Van Buren, Dr. W. H., 88. Venable, Colonel C. S., 139. Virginian, Individuality of the, 16; Conservatism of the, 18. War, The, Who brought it on, 77; how conducted. 78, 301. Washington Statue stolen, 297. Watterson, Henry 121. Wessells, General H. W., 210. West Point graduates who served in the C. S. Army. Adams, J., 55. Alexander, E. P., 70. Allston, B., 65. Anderson, G. B., 63; J. R. 38; R. H., 51; Robert H., 72; S. S., 48. Archer, John, 42; R. H., 35. Bagby, A. P.. 64. Baker L. S., 63. Barnwell T. O., 37. Barton, S. M., 59. Beall L. J., 45; W. N. R., 58. Beauregard, P. G. T., 45. Beckham, R. F., 74. Bee B. E., 54. Beltzhoover, D. L., 56. Berry T. J. 71. Bingharm, ., 62. Blair, W. B., 45. Blake, E. D., 56. Blanchard, A. G., 44. Bledsoe. A. T., 44. Boggs, W. R., 65. Booth, J. C., 57. Borland, H., 75. Bowen, A.,60; J. S., 65. Bradford, A. J., 42; E., 39. Bragg. B.. 39. Brewer, R.
Six hundred dollars reward --For the apprehension of three negro men, who absconded on Tuesday night last, with the view, doubtless, of effecting their escape to the Yankees, either in the direction of Williamsburg or the White House. Phil is a light black, 23 years old madium size, geneel appearance, and intelligent John Archer is of same age and description, except that he is a dark mulatto, Anderson is 22 years old dark mulatto, tall and well formed, and stammers a little in talking. They are all carpenters by trade, neatly dressed, and wear watches. I desire to contract with a Carponier to finish some work that these boys had commenced. W C Knight, Wilton Henrico co, June 2, 1863. [je 4--4t*]
Six hundred dollars Reward --For the apprehension of three negro men, who absconded on Sunday night last, with the view, doubtless, of effecting their escape to the Yankees, either in the direction of Williamsburg or the White House. Phil is a light black, 23 years old, medium size, genteel appearance, and intelligent John Archer is of same age and description, except that he is a dark mulatto. Anderson is 23 years old, dark mulatto, tall and well formed, and stammers a little in talking. They are all carpenters by trade, neatly dressed, and wear watches. I desire to contract with a Carpenter to finish some work that these boys had commenced. W. C. Knight. Wilton, Henrico co., June 2, 1863. [je 4--4t*]
ixing the principal guilt upon Mrs. Dobson, although it was not clearly shown that Constant was altogether guiltless. The Recorded sent them on to the Hustings Court. --Dobson was remanded to prison, and Constant was hold to ball in the sum of $300 for his appearance. O A. Ericsson, a teacher of languages in this city, was charged with trespassing on the cost- house of Elizabeth Wert, and taking gathers from five bushels of In order to obtain witnesses, the case was continued. John Archer, printer of postage stamps for the Confederate States Government, was arraigned on the complaint of Messrs. Hoyer & Ludwig, charging him with " taking, stealing, and carrying away two hundred pounds of gum arabic, belonging to them, valued at $2,000" The evidence given falling to substantiate the charge, the Mayor (who was then sitting,) promptly discharged the accused. James, slave of Alexander Fleet, arrested on the charge of stealing from the Confederate Government one box (43 pou
efore announced, are those of Wm. II. Hardee, a prominent merchant, and John Crowder, a young man, whose father is believed to be a prisoner. The brother of the young man — Wm. Crowder — was killed in the fight, and John was thought to be a prisoner, but his dead body was found with in the fortifications. Brig. Gen. Wise has issued an address to the soldiers and citizens who participated in the fight, in which he highly Compliments the militia and says that "Beauregard himself has thanked Archer and his comrades on the very spot of their devotion." Gen. Wise says "a people who can thus fight for their allars must besides, supported, guarded, by every arm which can be outstretched for their defence." So far twelve of the militia have died of their wounds. From the valley — the capture of Lexington — the movement against Lyncmsiro. The entrance of the enemy into Lexingson was resisted by a force under General McCausland, who fought them until his flanks were turne
Accident. --John Archer, a youth about 12 years of age, son of Mr. Reuben Clark, of Henrico, was knocked down and run over by a wagon near Howard's Grove on Saturday afternoon last. The injuries inflicted internally by the wheel of the wagon running over his body are of so serious a character as to cause doubts of his recovery in the mind of the physician who was summoned to attend him.