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Brigadier-General Ellison Capers, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 5, South Carolina (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 2 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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Brigadier-General Ellison Capers, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 5, South Carolina (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Additional Sketches Illustrating the services of officers and Privates and patriotic citizens of South Carolina. (search)
and adjutant of Sumter camp, U. C. V., is descended from a patriotic line of American patriots. His father was John Ward, born at Charleston about 1801, died in 1859, who was a cadet rifleman in the Seminole war; his grandfather was James McCall Ward, also a native of Charleston, a lawyer of prominence, and a major in the war of 1812; and his great-grandfather was Joshua Ward, who was born at Charleston and was a soldier of the Revolution. On the maternal side his great-grandfather was John Clement, who was badly wounded as a soldier under Francis Marion; and his great-great-grandfather was Robert Johnson, the last of the proprietary governors of the province of South Carolina. Mr. Ward entered the State service December 27, 1860, being then eighteen years of age, as a private in the First regiment, South Carolina Rifles, and with this company occupied Castle Pinckney, and took part in the siege of Fort Sumter. In February, 1862, he enlisted as a private in Company D, Fifth South C
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
F. Harvy, T. Huskey, C. C. Jarrett, J. M. Johnson, Private A. J. Kinneth, M. C. Lovelace, T. J. McAbee, B. T. Price, J. U. Porter, W. B. Paris, H. J. Pettit, D. Scruggs, J. E. Scruggs, J. M. Thomas. Co. K. Sergeant A. A. Brian, J. A. Dodd, Corporal J. C. Clement, W. J. Clement, W. C. Crittendon, J. C. Moss, Private E. Belcher, D. Burnet, A. B. Bishop, W. J. Bush, G. M. Bush, A. Cook, C. Cook, Wm. Cook, J. Cook, J. H. Chapman, P. D. Carter, J. L. Clement, John Clement, J. A. Collins, P. B. Hall, B. F. Hammett, Private D. L. Jackson, Geo. Little, A. C. McDowell, J. Q. McDowell, R. W. McDowell, W. G. McDowell, J. W. McDowell, J. M. McClure, W. B. Nolen, D. M. Prince, W. S. Royston, G. H. Raines, A. Smith, R. P. M. Sansing, A. Solsbee, J. C. Wall, J. M. Wall, R. J. F. Wall, P. A. Wall, J. M. Woody, N. J. Woody, A. D. Wingo, Private J. T. Hammett, R. E. Jackson, S. T. Jackson, Private J. C. Gowin, W. H. Brannon. A. Coward,
From Baltimore. Baltimore, December 9. --Daniel W. Lawrence, of the Thirty-ninth Illinois regiment, formerly a New York lawyer, jumped overboard from a steamer in the Chesapeake yesterday, and was drowned. On Wednesday night, John Clement, a member of the First regiment New York Mounted Rifles, fell overboard from the steamer Decatur, in the Chesapeake, and was drowned. Manager Ford, of Holliday and Front street Theatres, proposes benefits at both houses soon, to aid in erecting a monument to the memory of Edgar A. Poe. The scholars of the Baltimore public schools are raising handsome donations for the same purpose. Robberies around the outskirts of Baltimore and throughout Maryland are increasing alarmingly.