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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Heroes of the old Camden District, South Carolina, 1776-1861. an Address to the Survivors of Fairfield county, delivered at Winnsboro, S. C., September 1,1888. (search)
Hinnant, J. M. Moody, Lieutenants J. R. Boyles, J. A. Watson, M. R. Sharp, A. W. Black, W. J. Stover and J. M. Jenkins. At Hagerstown and Falling Waters the regiment lost eighteen killed, wounded and missing. Then came the great campaign of 1864, and in its first battle, the Wilderness, the Twelfth had another gallant colonel killed, Colonel John L. Miller, and with him fell Lieutenants J. L. McKnight and J. A. Gavin. Lieutenant-Colonel E. F. Bookter and Lieutenants J. A. Watson and J. A. Beard were wounded. There were sixteen killed, sixty-four wounded and five missing in this regiment. Then again the regiment suffered most heavily at Spotsylvania. It entered the Bloody Angle at the point of greatest danger—just at the break. They lost fearfully but fought nobly, 28 were killed, 38 wounded and 52 missing—118. Lieutenants J. B. Blackman and J. R. Faulkenburg were killed, and Captain W. J. Stover, Lieutenants Wade Reeves and W. B. White wounded. In the affairs from the 12th
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
, 18, 20. Barnwell county, S. C., 22. Barnwell, Lt., 123. Barnwell, Hon., Robert, 418. Barr, Capt., 59, 64, 66. Barrineau, J. T., 162. Barrow, Col. R. H., 71, 76, 313. Bartless, Capt. W. H., 395. Bassett, Capt., 380. Bate, Gen W. B., 349, 375. Batl., Va., 91. Battery Gregg, 153; Island, 98, 126; Wagner, 104, 153; No. 1, 97. Battles, Great, losses in, 341. Beale, Ass't Surg. A. J., 173, 188. Beale, Rev. G. W., Address before Northern Neck Soldiers Re-union, 109. Beard, Lt. J. A., 21. Beauregard, Gen. P. G. T., 23, 26, 31, 93, 97, 154, 178, 265, 274. 297, 318, 397, 408. Beauregard Light Infantry, 134. Beatty. Capt., 22. Bee, Gen., 94. Bell, Col., 73, 74, 313. Bell, Col. J. H., 313. Bellinger, Lt., John. 92. Bellinger, Dr., Martin, 123, 126. Belmont, Battle of, 69; forces engaged in and losses at, 80, 351. Beltzhoover, Capt., 70. Beltzhoover, Col., 74. Benbow, Capt., 128. Benham, Gen. H W., 150. Benjamin, Hon. J. P., 273. Bennett, Rev. W. W.,