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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
. Adams, G. Bledsoe, D. Dickey, J. J. Goodin, T. P. Harris, Henry Harris, Private G. E. Lloyd, F. P. Mangum, W. Ward, ——Wadford, N. M. Massey, O. P. Mangum, S. B. Ferrell. Co. E. Sergeant J. W. Hanshey, J. K. Jones, Private——Bradshaw, H. Brown, J. T. Duff, E. M. Johnson, Private A. M. Helms, W. M. Norris, D. N. Turner, Uzzell T. Wood, M. O. Johnson, Simpson Davis. Co. F. Sergeant John Walston, Arthur Forbes, T. R. Eagles, Corporal R. E. Pittman, Jas. Ellis, Mus'n Newett Webb, Private Benj. Balby, Spencer Barnes, Jas. Braswell, Hardy Burgess, J. B. Cobb, S. E. Crisp, E. B. Edwards, Private Eli Felton, Jas. Forbes, Watson Harrell, ——Hathaway, J. D. Lewis, J. C. Little, Grey Morgan, Jas. Norval, R. Phillips, E. Stallings, Rufus Stallings, Ralph Walston, John Webb. Co. G. Sergeant W. J. Badgett, S. H. Badgett, Corporal R. D. Brooks, Private J. D. Badgett, G. P. Barnett, S. A. Collins, Private
The Daily Dispatch: September 4, 1863., [Electronic resource], From Fredericksburg — the firing at Port Royal. (search)
Sentenced to be shot. --The decision of the military Court-Martial in the case of the prisoners arrested for the murder of Adjutant Richard Mallett, from Raleigh, N. C., near Scottsville, Va., a few days since, was made known yesterday. Their names are: Francis Bunn, Co. H. 13th N. C. reg't. James Ellis, Co. H. 13th N. C. reg't. W. H. Ketty, Co. H. 13th N. C. reg't. R. D. Clark, Co. H. 13th N. C. reg't. Jno R. Eledboe, Co. H. 13th N. C. reg't. John L. Rajner, Co. H. 13th N. C. reg't. John Fulch, Co. H. 13th N. C. reg't. Henry Pricot, Co. H. 13th N. C. reg't. B. Bunn, Co. H. 13th N. C. reg't. Dorsey Bunn, Co. H. 13th N. C. reg't. These men were deserters, from the C. S. service, and Adjutant Mullott and guard had been sent to arrest them and, having discovered them, were about making their arrest, when they turned and fired, killing the Adjutant in his tracts. The guard immediately returned the fire, severely wounding one of them, (Henson Fulch,) w