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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 6 0 Browse Search
Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 4. 3 1 Browse Search
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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 4., The boat attack on Sumter. (search)
ition. About 4 p. M. she floated. About 1:30 P. M., as we were heaving up the Patapsco's anchor, in obedience to the signal, Withdraw from action, our engine was disabled from the effect of our own fire. I hailed the Natant and directed Lieutenant Cornwell, her commanding officer, to drop down to our assistance and take us in tow. This order was given through our surgeon, Dr. Wheeler, who, at great personal risk, went forward and passed it along. Cornwell was prompt and efficient in obeyingCornwell was prompt and efficient in obeying the order, under a heavy fire, and he soon had us within easy hail of the present Vice-Admiral Rowan's vessel, the Ironsides, which had taken up her anchorage beyond the range of the enemy's guns. As we approached, Rowan made a welcome signal for me to come on board his ship to dine, as usual. His views and mine in regard to the situation, and our ideas as to future operations, were in perfect harmony. He had had a large professional experience, and I never saw his equanimity or judgment dis
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Warren Blues—Extra Billy's men: Roll of officers and men of a famous band of Veterans. (search)
private, captured. Brown, Henry J., private, wounded (living). Brown, Benjamin, private, wounded at Seven Pines (dead). Burner, James, private, wounded at Seven Pines (dead). Blackwood, Robert, nurse in hospital and died on duty. Cornwell, Alpheus, private, wounded at Seven Pines (dead). Cornwell, Inmann, private, wounded at Seven Pines (dead). Coulter, William, private, supposed to be killed in battle. Compton, James B., sergeant, transferred to cavalry. Compton, WilCornwell, Inmann, private, wounded at Seven Pines (dead). Coulter, William, private, supposed to be killed in battle. Compton, James B., sergeant, transferred to cavalry. Compton, William A., corporal, the man who led General Lee's horse to the rear at Spotsylvania. Claig, John T., private, wounded (dead). Claig, Parkinson, private, wounded. Cave, Elijah N., private, died in battle of Spotsylvania. Cook, James, private, lost both feet by exposure. Corder, Simeon, private, killed at second battle of Manassas. Darnell, Jameson, private, wounded at second battle of Fredericksburg. Day, Samuel, private, captured at Sharpsburg. Darr, Scott, private, wounde
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.66 (search)
more, Md. Blackmore, Robert, died since the war. Burnes, Milton, living in Fairfax County. Brent, Warren, killed at Upperville, June 27, 1863. Brent, Wm., wounded at Buckton in 1862; died October 3, 1904. Brent, Hugh, wounded at Buckton in 1863, through his neck; living in Baltimore, Md. Bruce, Charles, killed at Sappony Church in 1863, Wilson's Raid. Buckner, Dick, living near Delaplane, Va. Cochran, T. B., died since the war. Crane, Major, died since the war. Cornwell, Silas, died 1862, typhoid fever. Carter, George, died since the war. Carter, Pitman, killed in the Wilderness in 1864 (Friday). Clem, A. W., blacksmith, dead. Chancellor, George, still living in Fauquier, near Delaplane. Diffendaffer, George, lost sight of. Donnelley, John B., died since the war in Washington, D. C. Dean, Thomas, was drowned in Missouri after the war. Darnell, J. B., living at Waynesboro, Va. Dawson, lives in Baltimore, Md. Engle, Bub., Upperv
endon and Tyner. Wounded: Corp'l Luckey, mortally; not supposed to be mortally: sergt Fountain, corp'ls Durant and Kelley; privates Bateman, B Ho , Bradley, E Byrd, Clements, W Gainey, J King, G McCutchen, J M Polson and A L Shaw.--Missing: Serg't Coker, private Langston, Crowley, H Ellis, Gandy, Davis and Patrick. Company F, Capt J D Gaston.--Killed: Capt Gaston, Privates F Babcock, W Crawford, and W H Gaston, Wounded: Privates J F B , severely; W H Brawley, do; J D Caldwell, do; W J Cornwell, do; D E Dunlap, do; S E Vanpelt, do; J C Walker and C S Wilson, do; W D McDaniel, mortally; Robt Hempoilt seriously; S H McWetters, do; H Morris, J A Rader, and W S Turner, do; Lieut J M Moore, slightly; Serg'ts J Stringfellow, E M Shannon, and J G Blair, do; Privates J D Bovd, H Doffey, R S Lindsay, W H McConnell, E J and J R McDaniel, R McElduff, J C Peden, J R Peay, W F Smith, and W T Farrar, do. Company G, Capt Phinney.--Killed: Capt J M Phinney, 1st Sergt J W Sloun, Corpl S T Cam
Prison record. --At the Libby prison yesterday there were some 740 Yankees received, the remnant of captures at Gettysburg and other points. In this lot of prisoners were the following officers, viz: Capts C D Bowers, 18th Conn; R T Cornwell, 67th Penn; W H Bender, 123d Ohio; and J P Gleason, 5th N Y 1st Lieut Murwin, 18th Coun; 2d L's J S Paul, 122d Ohio, and G D Dakers, 123d Ohio; Surgeons D Meeker and L Holbrook; Assistant Surgeons A M Parker, S L Henry, and J R Uhler. In addition to the above there were nine citizens of Gettysburg received at the above- named prison. At Castle Thunder there were no commitments of any consequence. We understand that under the recent proclamation of the President about 500 prisoners, now confined in the Castle, will be released and sent to their regiments.