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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 19. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.28 (search)
I who sent the message to Colonel Flournoy and many other prominent men throughout that and other adjacent counties, urging them to assemble all men who could bear arms, even temporarily, to assist in this defence. Colonel Flournoy and farmer Edmonds. Colonel Flournoy, as did Hon. Paul Edmonds (then at home on leave, now member of Congress from that district), reported to me for any duty I might assign them to, and as each came mounted, and with a goodly number of followers likewise mountHon. Paul Edmonds (then at home on leave, now member of Congress from that district), reported to me for any duty I might assign them to, and as each came mounted, and with a goodly number of followers likewise mounted, I sent one to the nearest ford above and the other to the nearest ford below the bridge, each some two miles away, to guard and prevent the enemy crossing to attack us in the rear. While both of these gentlemen and their commands did most efficient service, neither of them were immediately present while the battle was being fought. Your report of it, after giving Colonel Coleman the credit of preparing the defences on the north and east side of the river and commanding those forces, sa
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 19. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index (search)
ohn. W., 406. Darr, Colonel, Joseph, 57. Davis House, Jeff., History of, 326. Davis, Jefferson, 303, 305, 335; His character, 406. D, Company, Eighteenth Virginia; war roll of, 120. Delaware, Fort, Prisoners at, 35, 46. Dillon, Colonel, Edward, 198. Donelson, Reminiscences of Fort, 372. Drewry's Bluff, Battle of, 100. Drummond, Governor of North Carolina, hung, 132. Early, General J. A., 153, 312. Echoes from Hampton Roads, 246. Echols, General, John, 111. Edmonds, Hon., Paul, 203. Elkhorn, Battle of, 193. Ellis, Colonel Thomas H., 57. Ellyson, Henry Keeling, 130. Ewell, General R. S., 112, 153. Farinholt, Colonel B. F., 52, 201. Farragut, Admiral D. G., 74. Fayette Artillery, Richmond, 57. Federal Prisoners, Pastimes in, 35; statistics of mortality in, 47, 190, 288. Fisher's Hill; Incidents of, Battle of, 289. Flournoy, Colonel T. S , 52, 203. Flowerree, Colonel C. C., 108. Forts—Delaware, 35; Gregg, 65; Owen, 68; Morgan, So. Fo