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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 4 0 Browse Search
Col. John M. Harrell, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 10.2, Arkansas (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 3 1 Browse Search
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s and bushwhackers, in Mississippi, Stoddard, New Madrid, Pemiscot and Duncan counties, Arkansas, killing considerable numbers of them. We had quite a brisk running fight at Osceola, Arkansas, on the second instant, with Bowen's and McVaigh's companies, of Shelby's command. We captured their camp, killing seven, and took twenty-five prisoners, including Captain Bowen, their commander. On the fourth, at Elksehula, we fought the Second Missouri rebel cavalry, and Conyer's Guthrie's and Darnell's bands of guerrillas, all under the command of Colonel Cowan. We routed them completely, killed and mortally wounded about thirty, and slightly wounded (those who escaped in the swamps, as I am informed by prisoners subsequently captured), between thirty and forty, and took twenty-eight prisoners. We lost Captain Francis, Third cavalry, Missouri State Militia, mortally wounded, and two others slightly wounded. We have killed in all full fifty rebel soldiers and bushwhackers, including
al—Texas regiments bf Colonels Roberts, Clark, Spaight and Randal; Gould's Texas battalion. Third brigade, Col. George Flournoy—Texas regiments of Colonels Flournoy, Allen, Waterhouse and Fitzhugh; Daniel's Texas battery. Second division, Brig.-Gen. T. J. Churchill: First brigade, Col. R. R. Garland—Texas regiments of Colonels Garland, Wilkes and Gillespie; Denson's Louisiana cavalry; Hart's Arkansas battery. Second brigade, Col. James Deshler—Texas regiments of Colonels Mills, Sweet and Darnell; Haldeman's Texas battery. Third brigade, Col. J. W. Dunnington—Nineteenth Arkansas, Col. C. L. Dawson; Twenty-fourth Arkansas, Col. E. E. Portlock; Crawford's Arkansas battalion; Nutt's Louisiana cavalry, and Marine battery. Fourth brigade, Brig.-Gen. J. M. Hawes—Texas regiments of Cols. W. H. Parsons, Burford and Carter; Chrisman's Arkansas battalion. Fifth brigade, Col. M. J. White—Missouri cavalry of Cols. Colton Greene and J. Q. Burbridge. During the operations in the northw
1863). Elias I. Beall, Marshall, Tex., chief surgeon Walker's division. Angus G. Shaw, Camden, Tex., surgeon Seventeenth Texas cavalry (taken prisoner January, 1863). William C. Walthan, Bethel, Ark., surgeon Eighteenth Texas cavalry. Gabriel H. Fort, Lewisville, Ark., surgeon Hawthorn's Arkansas infantry. Thomas W. Mathews, Fort Smith, Ark., surgeon Parsons' Texas cavalry. Junius Terry, Lexington, Mo., assistant surgeon Roberts' Missouri battery. Francis D. Cook, Denton, Tex., assistant surgeon Darnell's Texas cavalry. John H. Gaines, Selma, Ark., surgeon Portlock's Arkansas infantry (taken prisoner at Post of Arkansas and escaped at Memphis). Albert G. Quarles, Garrettsburg, Ky., assistant surgeon Hawthorn's Arkansas infantry. Nathan H. Wynskoop, Springfield, Tex., assistant surgeon Fifteenth Texas cavalry. Albert B. Hoy, Utica, Mo., surgeon Pine Bluff hospital. Rufus L. Talbot, Roseville, Ark., surgeon Carroll's Arkansas cavalry. Charles P. Bogan, Shiloh, Ark., assistant surge
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)
ines (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, wounded at second battle of Fredericksburg. Davis, Alman, private (dead). Easthman, John J., private, honoraby discharged September 3rd (dead). Eshleman, Samuel P., detailed on special service, and was faithful to the end. Funk, Jesse T., private, wounded at the Wilderness and went to the cavalry. Fox, John, private, killed at first battle o
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.66 (search)
aplane, 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., Upperville, Va., still living. Eastham, Henry, lost sight of (dead). Flynn, Henry, died since the war. Fletcher, John (Capt.), was killed at Buckton in 1862. Fletcher, Joshua C. (Second sergt.), was badly hurt in a charge in November, 1864. Fletcher, Clinton, killed at Greenland Gap (West Virginia Raid). Foster, Wm., still living; was a captain in Mosby's Battalion at the close of the war.