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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), June 9, 1904. (search)
June 9, 1904. After the action was over the Federals collected their prisoners to the number of about thirty-six and putting us in charge of a Lieutenant Bird we commenced our weary march towards a Federal prison.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Confederate Swearing (search)
ed from the tension and suspense. We made a long detour, crossing the Norfolk & Petersburg Railroad sometime during the afternoon. During one of the rests Lieutenant Bird brought up a surgeon who dressed our wounds. He informed us he was a nephew of the late Henry D. Bird, of Petersburg, hailing from Philadelphia. His full coilroad sometime during the afternoon. During one of the rests Lieutenant Bird brought up a surgeon who dressed our wounds. He informed us he was a nephew of the late Henry D. Bird, of Petersburg, hailing from Philadelphia. His full cousin, the late Henry Van Luvenay Bird, was one of the bravest soldiers the Confederacy produced.lroad sometime during the afternoon. During one of the rests Lieutenant Bird brought up a surgeon who dressed our wounds. He informed us he was a nephew of the late Henry D. Bird, of Petersburg, hailing from Philadelphia. His full cousin, the late Henry Van Luvenay Bird, was one of the bravest soldiers the Confederacy produced.