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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Heroes of the old Camden District, South Carolina, 1776-1861. an Address to the Survivors of Fairfield county, delivered at Winnsboro, S. C., September 1,1888. (search)
In response to the very first call, nay, indeed, before any call, upon the passage of the Ordinance of Secession in January, the Fairfield volunteers under Captain J. B. Davis at once offered their services, and were accepted by Colonel Maxcy Gregg as one of his original regiment, organized under the ordinance of that Convention. of the Veterans from Sumter, and was engaged under him at the small affair in Virginia on the Alexandria line. Upon the reorganization of that regiment, Captain J. B. Davis' company was transferred to the Fifteenth regiment, in which it served throughout the war. Captain Davis became colonel upon Colonel DeSaussure's death at GCaptain Davis became colonel upon Colonel DeSaussure's death at Gettysburg, and the regiment, under his command, served in Kershaw's brigade throughout the Tennessee campaign, and from the Wilderness to the surrender. The Sixth regiment. The General Assembly, on the 17th December, 1860, passed an act providing for an armed military force of ten regiments, to be organized into a division of
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
argan, Col., 180, 188. Davidson, Capt. M. T., 91, 97. Davie, Col. W. R., 9, 10, 11. Davis, Col. B. F., 35. Davis, Hon., George, 273. Davis, Capt. H. C., 18, 20. Davis, Henry C., 34. Davis, Jefferson, 35, 93, 100, 249, 272, 282, 316. Davis, Capt. J. B., 14, 15. Davis, Lt. J C., 277. Davis, Col., Reuben, 366. Davis, Col., Zimmerman, 395, 396, 416. Dearing, Gen., James, 264. Deas, Col., 298. De Clouet, Hon., Alex., 275. De Grasse, Count, 4. De Kalb, Baron, 9. De Lagnal, 88. DeDavis, Lt. J C., 277. Davis, Col., Reuben, 366. Davis, Col., Zimmerman, 395, 396, 416. Dearing, Gen., James, 264. Deas, Col., 298. De Clouet, Hon., Alex., 275. De Grasse, Count, 4. De Kalb, Baron, 9. De Lagnal, 88. Delane, Wm., 270. De Lancey. Lt. J. W., 19. Derrick's Battalion, 48. De Saussure, Col , death of, 15. De Saussure, Gen. W. G., 134. Deshields, Major, 114. Dibble, Sergeant-Major S. W., 144. Dickinson, Capt., Geo. C., 68. Dickson, Rev. A. F., 166, 173, 176. Dimitry, Prof., Alex., 418. Discipline in the Union army, 56; in the Confederate, 69. Diuguid, Lt. John W., 232. Doby, Lt., 389. Dodson, Lt. W. G., 58, 61, 62. Doggett, Lt. J. L., 92. Dottera, W. A., 262. Dougherty,