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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 3 1 Browse Search
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eon in Chief; Captain A. G. Kellam, Twenty-second Wisconsin, Acting Assistant Adjutant-General; Captain Wm. Bones, Twenty-second Wisconsin, Acting Assistant Inspector-General; Captain D. J. Easton, Nineteenth Michigan, Acting Aid-de-Camp; Lieutenant H. C. Johnson, Thirty-third Indiana, Topographical Engineer and Acting Aid-de Camp; Lieutenant L. M. Wing, Nineteenth Michigan, Acting Assistant Quartermaster; Lieutenant W. S. Harbort, Eighty-fifth Indiana, Acting Commissary Subsistence; Lieutenant C. A. Booth, Twenty-second Wisconsin, Provost-Marshal; Lieutenant H. C. Brown, Eighty-fifth Indiana, Brigade Ambulance Officer; Lieutenant John Hart, Thirty-third Indiana, Pioneer Officer. November fifteenth, pursuant to orders of the day before, the brigade moved out from Atlanta at nine o'clock A. M., taking the Decatur road, the Third (3d) division in the rear and the Second brigade in the centre of the division. The march was seriously embarrassed by the trains, and, with frequent and te
o do so. On his way back, he fell in with General Pender's brigade, and headed it with General Pender during the fight. Captain Henderson, who succeeded him in command of the battalion; Captain Witcher, of the Twenty-first; Captain Penn, of the Forty-second; Lieutenant V. Dabney, of the Forty-eighth, all behaved as became good soldiers and gallant gentlemen. Lieutenant Dunn, A. A. General, was conspicuous in the performance of duty on the march and in battle. Captain Goldsborough and Lieutenant Booth, my volunteer Aids, were both wounded, and Dr. R. J. Johnson, also volunteer Aid, had his horse twice shot on two different days. As I cannot name all who merit notice, not knowing their names, I can only say, that every officer and man in the brigade may well be proud of the manner in which each and every one Conducted himself in the second battle of Manassas. I cannot forbear giving but scant justice to a gallant soldier, now no more. It was my fortune during the two days of the ba