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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Historical sketch of the Rockbridge artillery, C. S. Army, by a member of the famous battery. (search)
he cleared land, and to sleep in them. This was, in many respects, a delightful camping-place, though we had to march about a mile every day—sometimes twice a day—to find level ground suitable for the battery-drills. Many friends from our homes called on us at this camp, and here we received frequent boxes and barrels of provisions, and even supplies of books! We had the following additions to our company after the First Battle of Manassas: July 23d—John M. Brown, John L. Brown, Alexander Conner, William H. Cox, Henry T. Darnall, William H. H. Dixon, William Carson, E. Boyd Faulkner, John Fuller, Alfred Gold, John F. Hall, James Rutherford Houston, John H. Leckey, James P. Lewis, John E. McCauley, William A. McCorkle, John L. Moore, John F. Nicely, Henry R. Paine, George W. Reintzell, John Saville, Joseph F. Shaner, James W. Tomlinson, Robert Van Pelt, Andrew J. Vest, John Wilson, George A. Walker, James S. Walker, John W. Walker. July 25th—Robert K. Compton. July 27th