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The Daily Dispatch: July 11, 1863., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 4 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 3 1 Browse Search
D. H. Hill, Jr., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 4, North Carolina (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 2 0 Browse Search
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ion he has since occupied. General Baker is held in warm remembrance by Confederates everywhere, particularly in Virginia and North Carolina, where his bravery and devotion are most intimately known. He maintains a membership in Tom Smith camp, United Confederate Veterans, at Suffolk, and keeps alive his comradeship with the survivors of the great struggle. In 1855 he was married to Elizabeth E., daughter of Dr. Alex. Henderson, of North Carolina, and they have three children living: Alexander Baker, sheriff of Nansemond county, Va.; Stuart A. Baker, of Richmond, and Elizabeth E. Baker. Brigadier-General Rufus Barringer Brigadier-General Rufus Barringer was born in Cabarrus county, N. C., December 2, 1821. He was of sturdy German stock, a grandson of John Paul Barringer, who was born in Wurtemburg, June 4, 172, and emigrated to this country, arriving at Philadelphia, in the ship Phoenix, September 30, 1743. John Paul or Paulus Barringer, as he was called, married Catharine
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Semmes' Georgia Brigade. (search)
Pitts, W. O. Reid, J. M. Overby, J. W. Cummings, A. L. Snow, J. W. Twift, McC. Johnson. Co. D. Sergeant Charles Barrow, C. M. Lasley, Corporal M. C. Clayton, Private P. L. Billeter, J. W. Binkley, Wm. Herrold, Private J. R. Jones, P. J. Lawder, W. R. Parson, E. J. Wright, Wm. Smith, C. Strupe. Co. F. Private E. J. Helsobeck, H. C. Gibson, Private Lewis Miller. Co. G. Sergeant Friel Fulton, Corporal J. A. Crumpler, Calvin Carroll, Private J. C. Baker, Alex. Baker, F. J. Baker, S. M. Davis, H. P. Fulton, J. H. Gibson, Private Alex. Hampton, Sidney Smith, Lave Smith, A. Samuel, T. J. Taylor, Thos. Tillison, John Tuttle, W. H. Keyser. Co. H. Sergeant W. A. Jenkins, Private A. H. Johnson, Thos. Loggins, Jackson Burchett, Private A. W. Minish, J. H. Ward, Ben. J. Baker, C. M. Marshall. Co. I. Sergeant Wm. Mickey, Private H. M. Scott, Jas. K. Moser, Private Alfred Sopp, Geta Boles, Joseph Bowman. Co. K. Or
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
R. Bare, M. Duvall, Private Thos. Grimsley, Zach. Ausburn, C. H. Reedy, W. B. Reedy. Co. B. Sergeant E. B. Chaney, J. H. Lee, Corporal A. Eason, Private J. D. Anston, H. D. Fespirman, W. E. Norwood, Private W. E. Robertson, J. R. Simpson, Wm. Starnes, Jno. Welsh, W. T. Baker, J. C. Mickle. Co. C. Sergeant J. T. Ferguson, Wm. Curtis, Private Thos. Watts. Co. D. 1st Sergeant W. P. Burt, Sergeant J. A. Chesson, Private H. L. Johnson, J. Gilmore, J. Baker, A. Baker, Geo. Brooks, Private D. C. Adams, J. Lankston, Geo. Kelly, E. Raglan, G. Booker, W. E. Booker, Q. Edwards. Co. E. Sergeant G. H. Fitts, Private E. Brewer, Jno. Brewer, Jno. W. Dowd, L. Ellis, J. C. Blalock, G. Ellington, Jas. Johnson, Private J. J. Jones, F. J. Scott, N. Thomas, S. Thomas, A. W. Webster, D. F. Wilkey, W. Phillips, L. B. Smith. Co. F. Sergeant J. T. C. Hood, Private J. Branch, C. M. Tuttle, Private G. H. Harstin, C. F. Suddeth. Co. G.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.9 (search)
River Depot, in Albemarle county. Mounting my horse, I galloped over to see the General, and found him seated at the foot of a giant white oak tree, apparently intent on some map of the country, and alone. Approaching in company with Captain Alexander Baker, quartermaster of the post at Harrisonburg, General Jones, I come for specific orders, I said. We have three men here, which is to go? * * * I don't care which, he jerked out, but one of you go instantly, or I'll put you all in irons. ere now several weeks off duty. Nothing prevailed. Once more he repeated, and with very suggestive movement and emphasis, without varying in the least the form of his order: If one of you don't go immediately I'll put you all in irons. Captain Baker was alarmed for me, and taking me by the arm, told me I had said enough; that the General was cross that night. I had about concluded I had said enough, too. I went away from there, as Bill Nye once said in a situation that was threatening.
curing a pass. He said if he could aid me he would do so, and advised me to remain in Washington awhile longer, but I was then on my way to the care, to return to Baltimore, and declined to do so. He then told me to write to him to the care of Col. Baker, and he would assist me all he could. He said he came there by a flag of truce steamer to see his family that on his arrival he was taken prisoner, had been in the Old Capitol prison several weeks, and that he was then on parcel — When I returned to Baltimore I mentioned to my friends the fact that I had seen Mr. Wood all, and was advised against him; those friends telling me that he was a Federal detective, and that the Col. Baker spoken of was the Provost Marshal of Washington. I wrote to him, however, but never received an answer, and cannot say that the letter reached him. I only saw the prisoner once, and never heard from him again. On my return home I was asked about Woodall, and then mentioned the fact that I had seen him i
Killing. --William W. Jones, charged with beating John L. Curry on 21st June, and causing his death, was again before the Mayor yesterday, and bailed in $500 to appear this morning. Alexander Baker, charged with stabbing and killing Eugene Lynch on 21 July, was bailed in $1,000 to appear and answer next Monday.