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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 10 2 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 3 (search)
rance in the parade. Formation of line. Promptly at 2:30 P. M. the line moved off in the following order: Detachment of mounted police—Captain E. P. Hulce. Dismounted police—Captain James B. Angle. Chief-Marshal Brigadier-General Charles J. Anderson and staff. First Regiment Band. Regimental Drum-Corps. Colonel Henry C. Jones and staff. First Regiment Virginia volunteers (infantry). Blues' Band. Richmond Light Infantry Blues, Captain Sol. Cutchins. Colonel J. V. Bidgood, of the First regiment Virginia cavalry, and staff. Chesterfield Troop, Captain David Moore. Hanover Troop, Captain P. H. Hall. Stuart Horse Guards, Captain Charles Euker. There was some delay in the movement of the Howitzers, who were ten or fifteen minutes behind the balance of the column as it passed down Broad street to Nineteenth, to Main, to Fifth to Franklin. The Veterans fall in. Here the Veteran corps, under command of Major Thomas A. Brander, fell in ahead
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 12 (search)
h their shield or on it. Out of the eighty-six boys who organized (only enough men for officers) as the Williamsburg Junior Guards for the war, about twenty-five survive; the rest have gone to join the ages. I observe that of the list Joseph V. Bidgood and W. Miles Cary are residents of your city. Officers: J. A. Henley, captain; William Morecock, first lieutenant; H. M. Waller, second lieutenant; L. Henly, third lieutenant; O. N. Coke, orderly sergeant; P. Jones, second sergeant; J. Fistian, fifth sergeant; W. E. Moss, color-bearer; A. I. Hofheimer, first corporal; R. A. Bowry, second corporal; W. W. Lee, third corporal; W. H. Barlow, fourth corporal. Privates: J. H. Barlow, Jr., T. J. Barlow, R. G. Barlow, G. O. Ball, J. V. Bidgood, William Burke, R. Barham, W. Miles Cary, J. W. Clarke, C. B. Coakley, R. Crandall, T. C. Carrington, G. W. Clowes, J. A. Davis, J. W. Davis, S. N. Deneufville, H. L. Dix, J. H. Dix, W. C. Durfey, W. F. Gilliam, W. G. Gatewood, Benjamin Gilli