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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.24 (search)
ge's Division, 4th Florida. March 31, ‘64, Chief Surgeon Bates' Division. Webb, Geo. M., Surgeon. Nov. 21, ‘62, passed A. M. B., Chenault Cavalry. Appointed by Secretary of War May 30, ‘63, to rank from 27th Nov. ‘62, report to Gen. Bragg. Welsh, H. M., contract $100, made by Col. Josiah Patterson 15th Dec. ‘62, at Tuscumbia, Ala. Feb. 28, ‘63, 2d Regiment Cavalry Roddy's. March 31, ‘63, Patterson's Cavalry. Webb, G. W., Surgeon, com'd to rank from Sept. 20, ‘62. Feb. 28, ‘63, Col. Chenault's Kentucky Cavalry. Webb, William, appointed by Secretary of War Nov. 18, ‘62, to rank from July 8, ‘62, and ordered to report to Gen. Bragg. May 2, ‘63, assigned to Academy Hospital. Wellborn, William Thomas, Assistant Surgeon. April 27, ‘63, passed Army Board at Charleston, S. C., May 21, ‘63, 2d Texas Brigade. May 31st 24th Tennessee Regiment. Weeden H. Y., contract $100, made by Surgeon-General April ‘63. April 30, ‘63, Grant Hospital, Atlanta, Ga.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.27 (search)
r the delightful leadership of Professor J. M. Rayhorn, and with Mr. D. A. Redford as drum-major. Then came in all their beautiful simplicity and impressiveness the little girls, representing the thirteen Confederates States and Maryland. They wore badges of white with lettering of red, designating the States they typified. The little misses who wore these significant ribbons across their breasts were Katie Redford, Georgia; Lillian Meanley, Louisiana; Kate Hutcheson, North Carolina; Katie Chenault, Missouri; Rosa Franklin, Alabama; Sallie Redford, Tennessee; Ruth Cunningham, Maryland; Annie Paul, Arkansas; Katie Whitlock, Virginia; Viola Diacont, Mississippi; Virginia Wright, Florida; Bessie Diacont, Kentucky; Blanche Meanley, South Carolina; and Katie Schmidt, Texas. These were followed closely by not less than 2,000 girls and boys—a regiment of each—adorned with Confederate colors, and many of whom assisted in drawing the figure for the monument from the depot to Libby Hill.