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Chew's battery. Reunion of October, 1890. [from the Winchester (Va.) times, October 22, 1890] It has occurred to me that the last days of Chew's famous old battery under his command as captChew's famous old battery under his command as captain, and after his promotion, under the command of Captain James Thompson, of Summit Point, and at the very last under Captain T. Carter, might be interesting reading to a number of our people, as th
's battalion of infantry.
Artillery held a consultation that night in an old barn.
(I think Colonel Chew came up with us in the barn — it raining some-and advised the men to go home; stating that he e gentlemen furnishing four horses each, at the expense of their seeding, free of cost to us. Colonel Chew, with his characteristic generosity, sent us a check for seventy-five dollars to defray expen ad at least ten more in correspondence.
The names of the twenty-nine are as follows: Colonel Robert Preston Chew, First Sergeant George Phillips, First Corporal George M. Neese, Privates William R.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), A monument to
, Major James W. Thomson Confederate States Artillery. (search)