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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Lane's Corps of sharpshooters. (search)
regiments. Field and staff of Lane's Brigade and its regiments from their organization to their surrender at Appomattox Courthouse. Brigadier-Generals.—L. O'B. Branch, James H. Lane. Aids.—W. A. Blount, to Branch, Oscar Lane, to Lane, J. Rooker Lane (acting), to Lane, Everard B. Meade, to Lane. Assistant Adjutant—GeneBranch, Oscar Lane, to Lane, J. Rooker Lane (acting), to Lane, Everard B. Meade, to Lane. Assistant Adjutant—Generals.-W. E. Cannaday, Francis T. Hawks, Geo. B. Johnson, Edward J. Hale, Jr. Assistant Inspector-General.—Ed. T. Nicholson. Ordnance Officer.—James A. Bryan. Quartermasters.—Joseph A. Engelhard, Geo. S. Thompson, A. D. Cazaux (acting), E. W. Herndon. Commissaries.—Daniel T. Carraway, Thos. Hall McKoy. Surgeons.—JamR. G. Barham, Thomas B. Lane, N. L. Mayo. Chaplains.—Oscar J. Brent, F. Milton Kennedy, D. S. Henkel. Thirty-Third North Carolina Regiment. Colonels.—L. O'B. Branch, Clark M. Avery, Robert V. Cowan. Lieutenat-Colonels.—Clark M. Avery, Robert F. Hoke, Robert V. Cowan, Joseph H. Saunders. Majors.—Ro
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.9 (search)
was the Hanover troops acting as pickets; between us and Richmond, Branch's Brigade of North Carolinians. On the 24th of June, 1862, in thort while, with the cavalry in front, our battery in the centre and Branch's Brigade in the rear, we were swinging down the road towards the nof the Yankees, and finally reached Mechanicsville. The advance of Branch's Brigade, our battery and the cavalry had uncovered the Meadowbrideek. Captain Johnson ordered the writer forward to report to General Branch, to state that the battery was up, and ask where he desired itittle mare to the top of the hill in order to get over to where General Branch had established his field headquarters, but failed each time to and proceeded on foot. After some little difficulty I reached General Branch and reported. Just as I was about to receive his instructions ave been led by a desire to state as a fact for future history that Branch's Brigade, Duke Johnson's Battery, and, I think, the Hanover Troop,