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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 17. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.14 (search)
Booker, W. J. Baker, L. N. Burwell, Colonel A. S. Buford, B. M. Batkins, Charles P. Bigger, Julien Binford, W. A. Blankenship, Lewis F. Bossieux, Captain R. M. Booker, George Booker, John Booker, Joseph Bryan, B. J. Black, Lieutenant V. Bossieux, W. J. Baker, F. A. Bowry, Thomas Byrne, Lieutenant A. P. Bohannon, John A. Booker,John G. Burrows, Surgeon Dr. Blair Burwell, E. F. Barnes, Samuel D. Buck, Captain W. M. Bridges, L. R. Barnes, H. B. Boudar. F. W. Cunningham, T. L. Courtney, W. Miles Cary, Lieutenant R. B. Chaffin, H. Clay Chamblin, E. M. Crump, W. A. O. Cole, R. B. Chandler, James H. Capers, C. V. Clash, J. J. Cordle, Alex Coke, Dr. Isaac Curd, John R. Cary, Thomas P. Campbell, General John R. Cooke, Major A. R. Courtney, D. S. Cates, Major John B. Cary, B. D. Core, G. L. Christian, Charles Clinely, John H. Childrey, Maurice Claggett, E. S Cardozo, W. D. Chesterman, W. Roy Coleman, Captain John Cussons, E. A. Catlin, Lieutenant James D. Craig, H. L. Carter, W. E. Cutshaw
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 12 (search)
it. Out of the eighty-six boys who organized (only enough men for officers) as the Williamsburg Junior Guards for the war, about twenty-five survive; the rest have gone to join the ages. I observe that of the list Joseph V. Bidgood and W. Miles Cary are residents of your city. Officers: J. A. Henley, captain; William Morecock, first lieutenant; H. M. Waller, second lieutenant; L. Henly, third lieutenant; O. N. Coke, orderly sergeant; P. Jones, second sergeant; J. F. Bowry, third serge-bearer; A. I. Hofheimer, first corporal; R. A. Bowry, second corporal; W. W. Lee, third corporal; W. H. Barlow, fourth corporal. Privates: J. H. Barlow, Jr., T. J. Barlow, R. G. Barlow, G. O. Ball, J. V. Bidgood, William Burke, R. Barham, W. Miles Cary, J. W. Clarke, C. B. Coakley, R. Crandall, T. C. Carrington, G. W. Clowes, J. A. Davis, J. W. Davis, S. N. Deneufville, H. L. Dix, J. H. Dix, W. C. Durfey, W. F. Gilliam, W. G. Gatewood, Benjamin Gilliam, R. J. Griffin, J. R. Harwood, J. M. J
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.27 (search)
Clarke, Major Clay Drewry, Mr. Joseph C. Dickerson, Captain Andrew Pizzini, Mr. Lewis D. Crenshaw, Mr. James T. Ferriter, Mr. B. H. Berry, Mr. Sig. M. Goodman, Mr. R. T. Briggs, Mr. T. H. Ellett, Mr. James B. Pace, Mr. R. E. Glover, Mr. R. H. Boykin, Mr. L. Z. Morris, Captain J. W. Talley, Mr. Edgar Fergusson, Mr. F. H. McGuire, Mr. W. Benjamin Palmer, Mr. R. H. Harwood, Mr. Joseph Fourqurean, Mr. Virginius Newton, Captain John H. Parker, General R. L. Page, Colonel G. Percy Hawes, Colonel W. Miles Cary, Mr. E. T. Crump, Dr. C. W. P. Brock, Mr. Thomas Atkinson, Mr. Alexander Cameron, Mr. Polk Miller, Mr. A. W. Harman, Jr., Mr. J. P. George, Mr. Eppa Hunton, Jr., Mr. Daniel M. Lee, Captain W. H. Parker, Captain W. C. Whittle, Captain John T. Mason, Colonel W. R. Lyman, Mr. William Ryan, Mr. John Rutherford, Mr. Philip Haxall, Mr. Landon Cabell, Mr. Wyndham Bolling, Mr. Blair Bolling, Mr. Thomas Bolling, Mr. Charles Bolling, Mr. Lightfoot Wormley, Mr. Reid Hobson, Mr. C. D. Langhorne,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memoir of Jane Claudia Johnson. (search)
Bidgood, of your city, has reminded me of some facts I had quite forgotten. When Dr. Pettit, adjutant of the Thirty-second, was killed at Sharpsburg, Mr. Bidgood was promoted from sergeant-major to adjutant. I observe that of the list Colonel W. Miles Cary is a resident of your city, basking on the hillsides of mature thought, waiting to hear the keel strike on the other shore. The Roll. Officers—J. A. Henley, captain; W. H. E. Morecock, first lieutenant; H. M. Waller, second lieute second corporal; W. W. Lee, third corporal; W. H. Barlow, fourth corporal. Privates—Thomas Mercer, W. H. Pierce, John Pierce, John H. Dix, J. H. Barlow, Jr., T. J. Barlow, R. G. Barlow, G. O. Ball, J. V. Bidgood, William Burke, R. Barham, W. Miles Cary, J. W. Clarke, C. B. Coakley, R. Crandall, Thomas C. Carrington, G. W. Clowes, J. A. Davis, J. W. Davis. S. N. Deneufville, Henry L. Dix, W. C. Durfey, W. F. Gilliam, W. G. Gatewood, Benjamin Gilliam, R. J. Griffin, J. R. Harwood, J. M. Johns
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.17 (search)
t it as a reminiscence of the glorious past, filled with grandeur and pathos, without a solitary regret. Perhaps the roster of Company C would be comfortable reading for the present generation in and about old Williamsburg. The accompanying list of names suggests much that is mingled with a sense of joy and sadness. When the war bugle's blast was heard through our land, these boys were among the first to put on their armor. The opportunity to maintain their prestige, for really they felt that the mantle of their fathers had fallen upon their shoulders, was cheerfully accepted. Colonel Joseph V. Bidgood, of your city, has reminded me of some facts I had quite forgotten. When Dr. Pettit, adjutant of the Thirty-second, was killed at Sharpsburg, Mr. Bidgood was promoted from sergeant-major to adjutant. I observe that of the list Colonel W. Miles Cary is a resident of your city, basking on the hillsides of mature thought, waiting to hear the keel strike on the other shore.