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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Confederate States' flags. (search)
alry standard, taken in charge at the Wilderness, by Private Samuel Coskey, Company I, 1st Cavalry. Virginia State colors, captured at Sailors' Creek, by Corporal Ernine C. Payne, 2d New York (Harris) Volunteer Cavalry. Battle flag, Virginia State colors, captured at Farm's Cross Roads, April 5, 1865, by Henry C. Wasfel, Company A, 1st Pennsylvania Cavalry. Confederate flag, Virginia, inscribed: Our cause is just, our rights we will maintain. Time and place of capture not given, nor is the name of the organization from which the flag was taken. Virginia State flag, captured September 19, 1864, near Winchester, by Private George Reynolds, Company M, 9th New York Cavalry. Name of command which lost the flag is not given. Virginia State flag, presented Lieutenant E. D. Wheeler, 1st Artillery, November, 1875. No other facts given. Forty-eighth Virginia Infantry, captured in the Wilderness, May 5, 1864, by Lieutenant-Colonel Albert M. Edwards, 24th Michigan Volunteers.