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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)
bly, on the 17th December, 1860, passed an act providing for an armed military force of ten regiments, to be organized into a division of two or more brigades. One of these regiments, the Sixth, was raised from the counties of Chester and Fairfield. The officers were Colonel James H. Rion, Lieutenant-Colonel A. J. Secrest and Major Thomas W. Woodward. The companies from Fairfield were: Fairfield Fencibles, Captain John Bratton; Boyd Guards, Captain J. N. Shedd; Little Run Guards, Captain J. M. Brice; Buck Head Guards, Captain E. J. Means; Cedar Creek Rifles, Captain J. R. Harrison. The companies from Chester were: Chester Blues, Captain E. C. McLure; Captain G. L. Strait's company, Captain J. A. Walker's company, Captain O. Harden's company, and Captain J. Mike Brown's company. Colonel Rion resigned in June, 1861, and the regiment went to Virginia under the command of Lieutenant-Colonel Secrest. Upon the application of the regiment, Colonel Charles S. Winder (who afterward
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
99, 274, 297, 303, 307. Branch, Gen. L. O'B., 394. Brander, Major, Thos. A., 296. Brandon, James river, 93. Branham, Lt., 68. Brannan, Gen., 342. Branson, Lt. H. L., 59. Bratton, Gen., John, 15, 16: Report of his brigade, with losses, 18. Bratton, Mrs., patriotism of, 8. Bratton, Col., Wm., 7, 8, 16 Breazeal, Capt. W. W., 385, 386. Breckinridge, Fort. 64. Breckinridge, Gen. John C., 48, 58, 60, 62, 64, 66, 273, 300. 310. Brent, Col., Geo. Wm., 270. Brevard, 6. Brice, Capt. J. M., 15. Brick Church, 66. Brinton, Surgeon J. H., 80. Brockenbrough, Hon. J. W., 271. Brockinton, Sergeant B. P., 126. Brooke, Commander J. M., 286. Brouner, Baron Rudolph von, 447. Broun, Col., W. Leroy, 66, 289. Brown, Bailey, 83. Brown, Col., 96. Brown, Lt. F. B., 169, 171. Brown, Gen. John C., 374. Brown, Gov. Joseph E., 269, 274. Brown, Joseph M., 365. Brown, Capt., J. Mike, 15. Brown, Lt.-Col., 174, 176. Brown, Sergeant P. A. H., 91. Brown's Trial, John, its i