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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.39 (search)
Parker, Thomas King. Enlisted men, 16. Company E—Captains—R. C. Cotten, Charles M. Stedman, James T. Phillips, John J. Crump. First Lieutenants—Charles M. Stedman, James T. Phillips, John J. Crump, N. B. Hilliard. Second Lieutenants—R. John J. Crump, N. B. Hilliard. Second Lieutenants—R. C. Cotten, Jr., James T. Phillips, John J. Crump, Thos. B. Long, N. B. Hilliard, C. C. Goldson, S. J. Tally. Enlisted men, 183. By reason of his health Lieutenant Thomas B. Long resigned in July, 1862. He was a most accomplished officer; bravJohn J. Crump, Thos. B. Long, N. B. Hilliard, C. C. Goldson, S. J. Tally. Enlisted men, 183. By reason of his health Lieutenant Thomas B. Long resigned in July, 1862. He was a most accomplished officer; brave, competent and true, he was respected by all. Company F.—Captains-David B. DeBerry, John C. Gaines. First Lieutenants-John C. Gaines, John C. Montgomery. Second Lieutenants-John C. Montgomery, Alexander M. Russell, Geo. W. Montgomery. Enlis called the Po River road. In this engagement the 44th suffered severely and fought with its accustomed valor. Captain J. J. Crump, of Co. E, elicited by his conduct warm commendation from the General commanding. Spotsylvania Court House