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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 34. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 6 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
ort, L. Sylla, C. O. May, J. M. Talley, A. Pettitt, Chas. Cleapor (col'd), Wm. A. Paineter, Jos. Johnson (col'd), G. H. Watts, T. M. Yopp, C. C. Smith, L. Williams, M. R. Minter, Wm. Huggins, Ed. McGee, J. Heck (col'd) J. F. Goodson, J. R. Rittenbury, P. T. Shultz, J. H. Nading. Landsman J. W. Chesnut, W. J. Sutherland, G. L. Wilhelm, W. F. Watts, L. M. Tunnell, L. P. Wilkinson, T. S. Durham. [82] Additional Names of men attached to Naval Brigade. William Ashby, John W. Bonner, John Yost, E. J. V. Craven, J. Hoffman, J. Patterson, E. Darcy, D. Hassit, J. Franklin, A. Schultz, J. E. Cole, A. H. Olds, W. Winstead, H. T. Kennedy, V. Chmitsed, T. Jefferson, A. W. Hopkins, J. Johnston, J. W. Fuller, ——Paiden, J. McLum, J. A. Monroe, S. Solomon, J. A. Hall. [24] Officers and men present in second Company, Independent Signal Corps. 2d Sergeant W. R. Hanrahan, 3d Sergeant F. Lee Erwin, Private Jas. H. Ahern,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 34. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.11 (search)
er, Richard Keeling, Watson Kelly, John Lawton, Aaron Meadow, Abner Nash, John Newell, Samuel Owens, George Peel, John Pully, John Roper, Francis Souceedo, James H. Simmons, Nicholson Scott, George Sweeney, Nathaniel Walker, Joseph Whiterock. Men who served in Company, 1861-65. Captain Cary F. Grimes, Captain John H. Thompson, Lieutenant Bernard Fauth, Lieutenant Richard Webb, Lieutenant W. T. Fentress, Lieutenant Thomas J. Oakhum, Lieutenant Francis Russ, M. W. Allen, J. W. Ashe, William Ashby, William T. Backus, Jr., William A. Batten, E. E. Beaton, W. H. Bell, Thomas Bland, C. Bohannan, D. Boyce, R. M. Boutwell, George W. Brent, William J. Bright, A. M. Brownley, W. H. Buchanan, James Cherry, W. H. Cherry, Walter A. Creekmore, G. E. Crismond, J. W. Crismond, S. J. Cummins, G. D. Culver, William H. Cuthriell, J. A. Dillion, J. H. Dilsburg, B. Duveryier, John Ewell, T. Fitzsimmons, V. Forbes, J. H. Gaskins, Robert Gaskins, J. W. Griffin, H. P. Goodson, I. I. Guy, W. R. Hansfor
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 34. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.22 (search)
avalryman who was killed near Appomattox Court-house and buried there, etc., and I write to inform you that he belonged to the Twelfth Virginia Cavalry, and is the reason you cannot find his name in the roster of the Second Virginia Cavalry. William Ashby was a native of Warren county, Va., which was my native county also, and he joined my infantry, Company D, of the Forty-ninth Infantry (Virginia), Extra Billy Smith's Regiment, but went to the cavalry before we left our county seat, Front Royliberty and State's rights, placed upon the Confederate roster, so that the histories may duly record their deeds on the brightest pages of chivalry and heroism in the world's history. This is my reason for giving the foregoing information as regards William Ashby. Yours truly, R. D. Funkhouser. [The following from the Baltimore American of January 6, 1907, gives not only an account of the last man killed on the Federal side in 1865, but includes also some other facts of interest.—Ed
The News. The telegraphic reports represent the enemy as advancing upon Corinth in heavy force, by three different routes, so that if they can summon the courage to leave their gunboats in the rear, we may anticipate lively news from that quarter at no distant day. The news from "Stonewall" Jackson, if it be correct, is glorious it was rumored in Staunton yesterday morning, and generally credited, that he had completely and effectually dispersed the army of Milcoy, and that they were scattered, panic stricken, in every direction. Portions of them had taken the route through Pendleton county, and these were being hotly pursued, and numbers captured, others were breaking their guns and divesting themselves of every article calculated to impede their progress. Ashby is said to be in possession of the enemy's stronghold on Cheat Mountain. From the Peninsula we have nothing, save that a great battle is daily locked for between the opposing forces.