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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 14. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memoranda of Thirty-Eighth Virginia infantry. (search)
Memoranda of Thirty-Eighth Virginia infantry. from diary of Colonel George K. Griggs. The Thirty-eighth regiment Virginia infantry, with Company A, Captain Daniel Towns; Company B, Captain Iver R. Cabell; Company C, Captain W. Simpson; Company D, Captain R. C. Herndon; Company E, Captain Joseph R. Cabell; Company H, Captain Joseph Terry; Company K, Captain George K. Griggs, all of Pittsylvania county; Company F, Captain Jed Carter, of Halifax; Company G, Captain W. Towns, of Mecklenburg; and Company I, Captain Fields, with Colonel E. C. Edmonds, of Fauquier; Lieutenant Colonel P. B. Whittle, of Georgia, and Major J. C. Carrington, of Pittsylvania, left Camp Lee at Richmond, Virginia, July 6th, 1861, for Winchester, Virginia. On its arrival there, placed in the brigade of General E. K. Smith. On the 18th July, ordered and proceeded to march to Manassas. On account of an accident on the railroad the regiment was delayed, and did not reach the battlefield until the 22d, too la
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 14. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Recollections of Fredericksburg.—From the morning of the 20th of April to the 6th of May, 1863. (search)
Washington Artillery, rallied the second company, under Captain Richardson, to the Telegraph road on Lee's Hill, and opened fire upon the blue mass on Marye's Hill. Barksdale rallied the remnant of the Eighteenth regiment and the three companies of the Twenty-first regiment, and posted the Thirteenth regiment on the right of the Telegraph road; the left wing, under Major Bradley, resting its left company under the brave Captain G. L. Donald immediately on the road; the right wing under Colonel Carter, Lieutenant-Colonel McElroy and the accomplished adjutant, E. Harmon, in rear of the redoubts on Lee's Hill occupied by Frazier and Carloton. Colonel Wm. D. Holder, of Pontotoc, posted the Seventeenth regiment on the left of the Telegraph road, the right wing under the chivalrous Lieutenant-Colonel C. Fiser, of Panola county, and the left wing under the command of the brave Major W. R. Duff, of Calhoun county, and immediately engaged the advancing enemy. This timely and judicious dis