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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
vate Alexander McIntire. Co. F. 3d Sergeant Alfred M. Hitreck, 4th Corporal Daniel Shook, Private Jas. A. Faucett, David Hoffman, Burrell Hoffman, Marcus Hunsucker, Private John C. Hetrick, David Hollar, Lawson Lazel, Franklin Shook, Devault Sigman, Alfred Sitzer. Co. G. 1st Sergeant Leander R. Conally, 2d Sergeant Calvin J. Deal, 3d Corporal Samuel J. Ellis, Mus'n Robt. C. Lacky, Private John S. Bradshaw, David H. Brantly, John W. Boyd, Eli Brown, Miles M. Clay, Cyrus Drum, Wm. H. Evans, Jas. W. Evans, Ingram A. Gill, Private Thos. C. Flowers, Samuel W. Hines, Jas. W. Lacky, John W. Lacky, Thos. H. Lacky, Moses T. Lacky, Chealey E. Ledbetter, Robt. K. Murdah, Isaac R. Perry, Jas. D. Patterson, Henry M. Poplin, Richard Robbins. Co. H. 1st Sergeant Wm. W. Andrews, Private John C. Campbell, Wm. A. Ingram, Private Alsim J Kearns, Jesse M. Provo. Co. I. 2d Sergeant Francis M. Bridges, Corporal Jas
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 17. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Twelfth Georgia Infantry. (search)
. W. Blankenship. Co. F.—Wounded: Captain James Everett, severely; Lieutenants W. U. Thompson, James M. Brown, slightly; Sergeants H. J. Paul, H. L. Adams, severely; Corporal M. W. Brett, slightly; Private H. F. Penney, seriously; Private G. H. Rains, severely; Private G. W. Lewis, slightly. Co. G.—Killed: Private James H. Beale. Wounded: Sergeant A. W. Gooley, severely; Private W. H. Winchern, severely. Missing: Sergeant H. H. Marshall, Corporal W. H. Waller. Co. H.—Wounded: Privates Eli Brown, Eli W. Brooks, Joseph Johnson, severely. Missing: Privates Wm. T. Blanchard, Christopher Martin. Co. I.—Killed: Private R. P. Rowland. Wounded: Sergeant N. J. Zeigler, severely. Summary. Killed,4 Wounded,35 Missing,10 — Total,49 [13] letter from Gen. R. E. Lee to Col. Edward Willis. Confidential. Headquarters, 11th March, 1864. Col.: Your letter of the 10th rec'd this eve'g. I think well of the enterprize you propose! I am only doubtful how far yo
, 56th Va; A W Hicks, 8th Ga, F M McKinney, 1st Tenn; J H Critzer, 14th Tenn; W L Gillilan, 11th Miss; W F Rawls, 11th Miss; J O Clark; 19th Miss; Samuel Cunningham, 4th N C; J H Knight, 2d Fla; Lt Wm C Norris, Orr's S C; B J Pate, 14th Ala; Isaac W Gill, 14th Ala; Capt D A Parker, 28th N C; John Brockwell, 28th N C; James L May, 40th Va; E W Chandler, 18th Ga; Sol W Young, 28th N C; H V Bayne, J V Downing, 19th Miss; Sergt R H Teague, W D Barnes, F W Query, 7th N C; J E Taylor, 11th Miss; Eli Brown, J L M Clemmer, 37th N C; J S Thompson, C W Rowland, 28th N C; Wm Chapple, 6th Ga; W Yow, 28th N C; J H Hockaday, 40th Va; Thos A Gibson, J M Hendricke, 37th N C; R H Bird, W H Stutts, 28th N C; H J Pettit, D N Sorebee, Richard Evans, W A Bell, 23d Ga, G J Huntly, 34th N C; Levi Coley, G A Parker, Azaria Brown, 28th N C; William Massey, 1st Tenn; J H Ratchford, 28th N C; William Shumate, 4th Texas; Jesse Oliver, 4th Texas; Julius Glazer, 4th Texas; Serg't J W Green, 37th N C; J N Jackson,