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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.42 (search)
after which Hon. J. Taylor Ellyson was called upon and offered a short, but fervent, prayer for a benediction upon those who had come together to commemorate the memory of their chieftain, and asked that they might follow his example, as he had endeavored to follow that of his Divine Master. Greetings from Washington. The following telegram from the Confederate Veterans' Association, of Washington, D. C., was read and received with applause: Washington, D. C., January 19, 1898. R. E. Lee Camp, No. 1, Confederate Veterans, Richmond, Va.: The Confederate Veterans' Association of Washington assembled to honor the name of our great leader, General R. E. Lee, send loving greetings to their comrades of Richmond, and remember with them a vow to keep green his memory. Robert I. Fleming, President. Adjutant J. Taylor Stratton was instructed to telegraph the following reply: Richmond, Va., January 19, 1898. Colonel Robert I. Fleming, President Confederate Veterans' Associa
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Confederate dead of Florida. (search)
eorgia—Miss Minnie Sollee. Louisiana—Miss Marie M. Prioleau. Texas—Miss Annie Champlain. Virginia—Miss Anna Virginia Taliaferro. Arkansas—Miss Julia Cook. North Carolina—Miss Mamie Rogers. Tennessee—Miss Aline Buckman. Missouri—Miss Ruby DuPont. Kentucky—Miss Isabelle Livingston. Maryland—Miss Mary T. Fleming. Indian Territory—Miss Lena Dancy. Each young lady was attired in white, with a broad red sash, on which, in white letters, was the name of the State represented. The float was the most effective feature of the procession. Sons of Confederate Veterans. Carriages with Governor W. D. Bloxham and Staff. Col. R. H. M. Davidson, Orator of the Day. Miss Sarah Elizabeth Call and Escort. Hon. Noble A. Hull, Commander R. E. Lee Camp U. C. V. Officers of the Daughters of the Confederacy. Sponsors and Maids of Honor. Distinguished Visitors. Fire Department. The line of march terminated at St. James Park, the