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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Confederate dead in Stonewall Cemetery, Winchester, Va. Memorial services, June 6, 1894. (search)
McDonald, on Major James W. Thomson, C. S. Artillery Zzzcareer of Chew's Battery. For additional particulars of the career of the famed his great commander. In the fall of 1861, at the organization of Chew's Battery, he was elected a lieutenant, and I need hardly add that fhe effective work done by this battery under its boy captain, Roger Preston Chew. It was always at the breach, making the common shot do blooThe fiery dash of Thomson was tempered by the audacious coolness of Chew. Though Jackson's forward movements were like the rushes of the storm, yet, far in advance, the smoke of Chew's guns told where the heaviest blows would fall. In the retreat, too, though Jackson moved with wore from surprise, for the rattle of Ashby's small arms, the sound of Chew's guns, told him always exactly the whereabouts of the Federal advanas last seen. Wm. Bronaugh, of Manchester, Va., then a private in Chew's Battery, helped to convey his body from the field, and said that h