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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Notice of Chew's Battery, (search)
fferson county, Virginia, in the early part of 1861, by Captain John Chew, with James W. Thompson as First Lieutenant, Tuck Carter Second Lieutenant, and John J. Williams Third Lieutenant, and was assigned to Ashby's (afterwards known as Rosser'ope, West Virginia, including a large number of animals, wagons, arms and ammunition, and other valuable property. Lieutenant Carter and fifteen men of the battery volunteered to join in the raid. Many others would have joined but could not for want of mounts. The morning the attack was made, Lieutenant Carter and his fifteen men were ordered to charge and take a battery inside the enemy's works, and well they did it too, Lieutenant Carter himself shooting down No. 4 as he was in the act ofLieutenant Carter himself shooting down No. 4 as he was in the act of pulling the lanyard. The guns were turned on the enemy and used with good effect. It is the only time during the war that I ever heard of a battery charging and taking a battery. It was a glorious charge and, in my opinion, worthy of publication
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
y, 13. Cameron, Simon. 57, 83. Camps—Cobb, 181; Connor, 151; Gadberry, 152; Lee, 47; Pettigrew, 152. Canby, Gen. E. R. S., 216. Cannon made by the C. S. A., 258. Canton, Miss., Decoration of graves at, 232. Caps, Percussion, made by C. S. A., 287. Carbonari, Christine, 447. Carey, Lt., James, 92. Carrington, Major I. H., 273. Carrol, John, 9; Thomas, 9. Carroll, Col., 71. Carson Capt. James M., 134, 150, 190. Carson, Sergeant, 169. Carter, Col., Thos. H., 61. Carter, Lt., Tuck, 214. Cary, Col. John B., 296. Caskey, apt., 22 Caswell, Col. T. D., Death of, 271. Catawba river, 10. Cavalry, Two Chieftains of, 451. Cavalry, Value of, 448. Cavender, Major, 306 Cawood, Lt. C. H., 92. Cecil's Ford, 67. Cedar Creek, Battle of, 15, 443; Notes on, 391: Guards, 15. Century Magazine, cited, 28. Chadwick, Col. W. D., 299. Chaffin's Bluff, 261. Chalmers, Gen. J. R., 297. Chameleon, steamer, 106. Chancellorsville, Battle of, 20, 257. Chann