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The Daily Dispatch: August 24, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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were buried together, and their graves marked with head-boards. Rockbridge Greys, 4th Regt. Va. Volunteers. Killed.--Lieut. J. L. Moffett, Privates J. T. McCorkie, S. P. Wilson, John Goolsby, and J. McManamy. Wounded.--Lieut. C. C. Burks, Privates J. D. Cox, L. A. Marstella, T. Anderson, W. Berry, David Edmonson, John Fitzgerald, B. Hite, J. Miller, W. Selby, Alexander Wallace, J. B. Wilson, J. Withers, and B. Maxley. Rockbridge Rifles, 4th Va. Infantry. Killed.--Frederick Davidson and Ashbury C. McCluer. Wounded Severely.--D. G. Bowyer, P. A. Davidson, Adam Miller, John E. Moody, E. Y. Northern and Joel Neff. Slightly.--Chas. A. Rollins, J. W. Ruff, W. H. Kahle, Wm. Spears, J. Parks, Daniel Riley, and J. J. Hileman. Wounded in Rockbridge Artillery.--Lieut. Brockenbrough and Private Jordan. None killed. The first Virginia Regiment. Camp near Centreville, Fairfax Co., July 25. Having had some opportunity of learning particulars of the batt
Obituary. Died, on the night of July 21st, at the "Lewis House," Frederick Davidson, second son of James D. Davidson, Esq., from a wound received at the battle of Manassas. He was a member of the "Rockbridge Rifles," in the Regiment commanded by Col., James F. Preston, and in the "Stone-wall Brigade" of Gen. Thos. J. Jackson. in all that gallant and herole band, there was no spirit more fearless and devoted than Fred. Davidson. The writer of this brief sketch saw him three days before tFred. Davidson. The writer of this brief sketch saw him three days before the grand conduct in which he lost his life, and his gaiety and cheerfulness at the prospect of battle could not have been greater if he had been on his way to some high and courtly festival. In a daring charge made by his Regiment, he was shot through the body, but lived long enough to receive the consolations of anxious and religious attentions from friends and relatives who were associated with him in the same company. His last words were, "Tell my mother that I died in a glorious cause." Le