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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 7 1 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 4 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: February 16, 1865., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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nty-second, is mentioned for great gallantry, and for having remained with his company even while very sick; Second Lieutenant David Edwards, of the same regiment, at Manassas, with the help of two men, rushed ahead of the regiment and captured a pie day. In the morning the regiments of the brigade were posted as follows: The Thirteenth South Carolina volunteers (Colonel Edwards) on the right; to his left, the First South Carolina volunteers, (Lieutenant-Colonel McCready;) to his left, the Twet, in order to protect its threatened right, inclined to the right, and handsomely drove the enemy up the railroad. Colonel Edwards (the Thirteenth) supported Lieutenant-Colonel McCready in the movement, and gallantly held his exposed position on tDunlop, Sharpe, Bingham, Dornin, Gwinn, White, Thode, Hankle, and Rollins, of the Twelfth South Carolina volunteers; Colonel Edwards, Lieutenant-Colonel Farron, Major Brockman, Captain R. L. Boudon, Captain P. A. Eichelberger, Captain J. W. Meetze,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.48 (search)
obert W. Cole. Lieutenants: Andrew J. Busick, W. H. Faucett, James H. Hanner, John N. Nelson, O. C. Wheeler. Company F—captains: Jesse F. Reeves, Preston B. Reeves, W. L. Mitchell, S. G. Caudle. Lieutenants: John Gambole, N. A. Reynolds, David Edwards, Horton S. Reeves, Calvin Reeves, George G. Reeves, Calvin C. Carrier. Company G—captains: Edward M. Scott, J. A. Burns, John W. Graves, Stanlin Brinchfield. Lieutenants: O. W. Fitzgerald, James T. Stokes, Peter Smith, J. N. Blackwell, B.t: Samuel P. Tate, August 1, 1863. Company E—Captain: Robert W. Cole, September 15, 1863; First Lieutenant: Andrew J. Busick, September 15, 1863; Second Lieutenant: Oliver C. Wheeler, April 25, 1863. Company F—Captain; First Lieutenant: David Edwards, October 20, 1862; Second Lieutenant: Shadrach G. Caudle, April 25, 1863. Company G—Captain: George A. Graves, May 1, 1862; First Lieutenant: Peter Smith, May 10, 1862; Second Lieutenant: Robert L. Mitchell, May 1, 1862; Second Lieutena
Committed to Castle Thunder. --The following parties, charged with being deserters and general robbers, were sent down to this city yesterday by Major McLean, the provost-marshal at Goldsboro', North Carolina. They were subsequently imprisoned in Castle Thunder by order of the Provost Marshal of this place: W. B. Herald and William Frick, members of the Twelfth Tennessee cavalry; James Isom, Twenty-eighth Virginia regiment; Ellis Kirby, Jesse Kirby, William Carson, W. A. Chappell, Iredell Kisby, Warner Rector, David Edwards, W. Tuttle, B. Brennock, B. Kirby and Elisha Lowe, J. Carson, Thirty-seventh Virginia battalion of cavalry; T. Brurne and Creid South, Eighth Virginia cavalry; and Willy Todd, member of Colonel Preston's Virginia reserves.