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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 3 1 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)
Co. D, 44th Va. Batt. G. E. Sussdorf, Ass't Surg. C. S. N. F. G. Dozier, 1st Lt. C. S. N. Hilary Cenas, 1st Lt. C. S. N. Jno. A. Lovett, Gunner, C. S. N. Francis Gillam, Ass't Surg. P. A. C. S. C. U. Yonge, Act. Master's Mate. Benj. Bates, Lt. Commanding Invalid's Batt. T. H. Smith, Lt. P. A, C. S., Va. Light Artillery. Alexander Creus, 2d Lt. Co. G, 30th N. C. Ed. Mullen, Lt. Co. I, 48th Miss. R. O. Neale, 2d Lt. Co. A, 15th S. C. V. Thos. A. Chappell, Capt. Pic, R. P. Spencer, J. W. Smith, John P. Stagg, Geo. W. Wallace, H. M. Whorton, Jas. H. White, G. M. Walker, David P. Lee, Teagle J. Savage, J. W. F. Banks. [42] List of officers and men of the Invalid Battalion, commanded by Lieutenant Benjamin Bates. Sergeant B. M. Nicholson, Co. C, 46th N. C. Infantry. Corporal W. H. Hendrick, Co. I, 42d Va. Infantry. Private J. D. M. Towers, Co. B, 8th Ala. Infantry. L. H. Evans, Co. K, 2d N. C. Infantry. J. F. Moore, Co. E, 3d N. C. Cav.
"The soldiers' Home," a place familiar to many members of the army, is now under the superintendence of Lieut. Benj. Bates, of this city, and promises to be far more comfortable and desirable to the wayfaring soldier than heretofore. Lieut B. is having the establishment thoroughly cleansed, and is endeavoring to have a row of bunks prepared for his guests, instead of lodging them on the floor, as heretofore. The culinary arrangements are very good for the times, and the bacon and bread furnished each sojourner are sweet and nice. If Lieut. B. is permanently appointed to this post we are quite sure his guests will no longer designate it the "Crow's Nest," but willingly accept it as a temporary home, where the necessaries of life are carefully provided.