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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
J. Cannon, T. Singleton, C. Cook, W. Smith, J. Cook, J. Williams, A. Duncan, J. K. Todd, J. E. Duesenbery, James Harper. C. Hux, Co. B. Private A. H. Blakeny, Private H. F. Liles, T. F. Dean, P. W. Massey, R. F. Hancock, Darling Baker. J. A. Huntley, Co. C. Sergeant S. Campbell, Private J. L. Himon, J. M. Wiggins, W. E. Haselden, H. W. Miller, T. F. G. Haselden, Corporal B. Rogers, E. Hays, J. W. Sanderson, W. Israel, Private J. M. Anderson, P. Miller, J. Hickel, S. Leggit, Private H. J. Lee, M. McDougald, B. J. Morris, J. W. Payne, R. Popham, W. W. Sessoms, J. Stansel, W. Sutton, J. Swinson. Co. G. Sergeant J. B. Mullinix, T. S. Kitchens, D. T. Williams, Private W. Baxley, Darling Baker, Benj. E. Blackman, Sergeant John H. Vardewan, Jas. M. Duncan, K. C. Allen, O. A. Craven, Corporal H. B. Fortescue, James Mabo, J. J. Medcalf, W. V. Pruitt, Jno. C. Jones, Thomas Allison, Tho. B. Burns, A. Bryan, Private
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Parole list of Engineer troops, Army of Northern Virginia, surrendered at Appomattox C. H., April 9th, 1865. (search)
ss, W. H. Gillikin, J. W. Harper, John Heckle, Stanley Leggett, H. J. Lee, M. A. McDougald, Benj. J. Morris, D. W. Payne, Reuben Popham, W. W. Sessoms, James B. Stanley, J. W. Stansell, W. Sutton, J. Swinson, A. Bryan Company H. John Howard, Captain. W. Puick Welch, First Lieutenant. C. N. B. Minor, Second Lieutenant. Sergeants—Jno. H. Vardaman, James M. Duncan, K. C. Allen, O. A. Craven. Corporals—Wiley V. Pruitt, Jno. C. Jones, Thos. Allison, Thos. D. Burns. Privates—Darling Baker, B. E. Blackman, Jno. C. Boyle, Angus M. Campbell, H. G. Danner, Wm. S. Dupree, Jno. C. Foster, Jno. M. Fincher, David Hammock, T. N. Knowles, P. B. Lawrence, Wm. J. Lial, Alfred M. Lloyd, Anthony D. Levy, Jno. H. Nichols, Silvanus Noggle, John O'Hara, Wm. H. Oakley, Robt. M. Robins, B. W. Rutledge, Wm. A. Ross, D. H. Stines, G. S. Saunders, M. A. Sigmond, Wm. G. Smart, Robt. Tolar, Wm. M. Taylor, Jno. B. Timmons, W. H. Whitley, H. D. Zora. When or where Company K was paroled is not k<
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Sherman's expedition from Vicksburg to Meridian, Feb. 3, to March 6, 1864 [from the New Orleans, la., Picayune, July 27, 1904.] (search)
s displayed the two great resources General Sherman had to bring against the small force of Confederates in Mississippi. An incident near the old battlefield of Baker's creek is worthy of being recorded. The enemy's infantry deployed was moving forward gradually, pressing back Adams' Brigade, dismounting and fighting them in a id the work assigned it, but with the loss of the noble leader and many of his followers. The dash saved Adams' Brigade, which was retired mounted, and moved over Baker's creek. At the same time Griffith's Arkansas regiment was thrown into the woods near the bridge, thus permitting the two escort companies to sweep over the bridgalry following, and just as the Federal infantry had got through the swamp and were moving towards the bridge. The Federal advance was checked by artillery across Baker's creek, which also enabled the Arkansas regiment to get over the bridge. On February 5th the Confederate cavalry was gradually pressed back to Jackson, where i