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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Ordnance report of Grimes's division. (search)
ivision. To understand aright the foregoing report, it should be stated that Grimes's division (formerly Rodes's), consisted of four brigades, Battle's Alabama, Cook's Georgia, Cox's North Carolina, and Grimes's North Carolina, the last commanded by Colonel D. G. Coward. Battle's brigade comprised the 3d, 5th, 6th, 12th and 61st Alabama regiments; Cook's brigade, the 4th, 12th, 21st and 44th Georgia; Cox's brigade, the 1st , 2d, 3d, 4th, 14th and 30th North Carolina; Grimes's brigade, the 32d, 43d, 45th and 53d North Carolina regiments and the 2d North Carolina battalion, as large as some of the regiments. There were thus twenty regiments with 722 mthe paroles of the army of Northern Virginia (pp. 237-271), we shall find that there were paroled in Battle's Alabama brigade, officers, 33; rank and file, 330; in Cook's Georgia brigade, officers, 28; rank and file, 320; in Cox's North Carolina brigade, officers, 51; rank and file, 517; in Grimes's North Carolina brigade, officer
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The monument to Mosby's men. (search)
er by the Rev. Syd. Ferguson, a distinguished member of Mosby's command, who fervently invoked all blessings on his comrades and their beloved commander. Judge Giles Cook presided, and in a most appropriate address introduced the speakers and announced the programme. Judge A. E. Richards, formerly major of Mosby's battalion the other the great-grand niece of Private Rhodes, both of whom, on that very day thirty-five years before, had been murdered in the streets of Front Royal. Judge Cook then introduced the Hon. Henry H. Downing. Mr. Downing's speech was most cordially received. He went to the hearts of his hearers. When Mr. Downing had finR. D. Funkhouser, commander; Turner Ashby Camp, Winchester, Va., Lieutenant Hottell, commander; and the William Richardson Camp, of this place, commander, Colonel Giles Cook, Jr. These camps were well represented, and made a fine appearance. Mosby's men. Major Richard's address told graphically of the daring deeds of Mosby's
. H. Paxtor. Rockingham — J. H. Wariman, George H. Chrisman, Samuel Cretes. Russell — Ed. J. Culbertson, E. D. Kernan, Wm. B. Aston. Scott — E. K. Herron, Isa Fugate, Robt. Spear. Shenandoah — S. C Williams, Chas. Welsh, Mark Bird. Smyth — Fayette McMullen, James H. Gilmore, A. Rosenbaum. Southampton — Thos. H. Urguhart, W. B. Shands, J. J. Kindred. Spotsylvania — L. A. Boggs, C. C. Wellford, Jas. B. Soner. Stafford — H. E. Conway, D. G. Hedgmas, Powhatan Moncure. Surry — John Wilson, William Dillard, J. S. Clarke. Sussex — John B. Freeman, Josse Hargrove, W. D. Taylor. Taylor — E. J. Armstrong, Abraham Smith, B. F. Martan. Tazewell — Harvey George, John L. Dougherty, J. M. Estill. Tucker — Abraham Parsons, Wm. Harper, Wm. Ewing. Tyler — T. J. Stealy, William H. Russell, John McKay. Upshut — Benjamin Bassell, S. Bennett, Washington Summers. Warren--Dr. H. Dersey, John E. Jackson, Giles Cook. Warwick — W. G. Young,