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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 11. (ed. Frank Moore) 5 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: August 20, 1863., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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l 26, 1865. Captain T. W. Scott, A. A. A. General. sir — In accordance with orders, I would respectfully present the names of Corporal John Kidney, and Private Lemuel Edwards, special messenger at headquarters First Brigade, as being worthy of notice. Private Edwards for great gallantry at Ebenezer Church, where he was woundedPrivate Edwards for great gallantry at Ebenezer Church, where he was wounded while leading a charge (mounted), and Corporal Kidney for coolness and daring in action at all times. I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, Frank White, Lieutenant-Colonel Commanding. Headquarters colored troops, cavalry corps, M. D. M., near Macon, Georgia, May 17, 1865. Major — I have the honor to make the follcommander. John Morgan Sergeant 123d Illinois Captain Owen Wiley Planted the first flag on the works at Selma, and in advance till all the works were taken. Lemuel Edwards Private 123d Illinois Lieut.-Colonel Frank White Special Messenger Headquarters First brigade. Wounded while leading a charge at Ebenezer Church. John Kidne
Released from jail. --Thomas Acree, the lad arraigned before His Honor the Mayor on Tuesday last, for stealing a calf from Dr. Lemuel Edwards, on Church Hill, and who was committed to jail on said charge, was released from confinement on the promise of responsible parties that he should be immediately sent to his regiment.