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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 34. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.11 (search)
united the country in spirit as well as in song. Men who took part in battle of Craney Island, June 22, 1813. Captain Arthur Emmerson, First Lieutenant Parke G. Howle, Second Lieutenant Thomas Godwin, First Sergeant William P. Young, Second Sergeant William Drury, Third Sergeant James B. Butt, Fourth Sergeant Samuel Livingston, First Corporal William Moffett, Second Corporal Daniel Cameron, Third Corporal John M. Kidd. Privates—Richard Atkinson, William Barber, Edward Carter, Benjamin Cox, James Deale, George Eames, T. L. Emmerson, James Foster, John Gourdie, James Hughes, Philip Hockaday, William Hoffler, Richard Keeling, Watson Kelly, John Lawton, Aaron Meadow, Abner Nash, John Newell, Samuel Owens, George Peel, John Pully, John Roper, Francis Souceedo, James H. Simmons, Nicholson Scott, George Sweeney, Nathaniel Walker, Joseph Whiterock. Men who served in Company, 1861-65. Captain Cary F. Grimes, Captain John H. Thompson, Lieutenant Bernard Fauth,
into the Yankee lines; that Mrs. Perrin had taken as her pay from the negro half-a-dozen silver spoons, and given them — Gunn, Childress and Hicks--one hundred dollars in Confederate money. Hicks, on being arrested, corroborated the statements of Childress and Gunn. George W. Berry, white, was charged with stealing a silver watch from Francis M. Rea. The accused had been arrested by officer Carter, of the night police, in the purlieu known as Solitude, with the stolen watch in his breeches pocket. He made no defence other than to declare he had taken the watch with the intention of returning it. He was sent on to the Hustings Court. The case of Thomas Stration and Edward Carter, charged with breaking into a room over Willis's auction store, occupied by Misses Emma Smith and Kate Lloyd, ballet girls at the Theatre, and robbing them of a trunk and fifteen hundred dollars' worth of clothing, was continued because of the absence of witnesses, and the accused were committed.