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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
Miller, W. C. Brooke. Co. F. Private M. Rowe, John Brown, John Green, Private E. Walker, B. F. Heywood, W. A. Cooper. Co. G. Private H. C. Lyne, R. A. Willson, R. H. T. Yarrington, Private R. C. Benton, R. A. Davis. Co. H. Private J. W. Bland, W. T. Hall, Private W. C. Scott, N. W. Corr, Private S. Riler, R. L. Williams, Private R. T. Johnson. Co. I. Sergeant J. L. Pollard, G. L. Owens, Corporal M. F. Schools, Private G. W. Ball, C. D. Chilton, Henry Cooke, Joseph Cooke, Thomas Cooke, Private W. J. Elliott, Philip Minor, R. H. Reed, T. A. Schools, G. L. Verlander, Edwin Watkins, E. Rowe. Co. K. Private R. T. Tucker, Private John Crews, J. B. Lox, John Stevens, J. C. Crews, C. H. Vaughan, R. E. Tucker, W. Francis, W. J. Guthrie, D. Light, E. Palmer, D. P. Nichols, J. S. Brown, J. Taylor, S. C. Keeling, T. A. Caw. [81] Thirty-fourth Virginia Regiment. Field and Staff. Ord. Sergeant N. V. Wat
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.22 (search)
force in small boats, except in overwhelming numbers, can capture an armed ship, unless by taking her unawares. We spent a day of tedious waiting. Officers and men laying low, spinning yarns and talking about our prospects. I happened to hear the talking of one of the group, where a fine young officer said: Fellows, where will we be this time to-morrow? He was among the killed, and it was such a lesson on the uncertainty of human life. Among the killed there was Hoge and Gardner and Henry Cooke and Gill and Palmer Saunders and Goodwin, from our State, and Gift and Porcher and Scharf and Williamson and Kerr and Roby, all trained at Annapolis and true as steel—among these, three were from Norfolk and Portsmouth. In plain sight of us was a tall crow's nest, occupied by a lookout of the Federal army on their pickett line, and I assure you it gave us a creepy, uneasy, feeling to think that our whole movement and intention might be discovered. And here let me remark that this very s