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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Colonel Eugene Waggaman, who led the Tenth Louisiana regiment in the famous charge at Malvern Hill. [New Orleans Picayune, February 10th, 1889.] (search)
s of Poland, after which they came to Louisiana to preserve the interests of the Spanish dominion. With him to America, as his bride, the Baron brought Christine Carbonari, of the celebrated Spinola family. Two daughters were the issue of the union, one of whom married Cyril Arnoult, a Flanders merchant who had settled in New Orleans and participated in the battle of January 8th, 1815. Their daughter, Camille Arnoult, married George Augustus Waggaman, a Marylander, whose forefather, Bartholomew Ennals, had settled in Dorchester county, Maryland, shortly after the foundation of the colony by Lord Baltimore. George Augustus Waggaman, the father of Colonel Eugene Waggaman, speedily became prominent in this State. He became a judge in the Federal courts, then Secretary of State for three Administrations, and finally, in 8131, was elected to the United States Senate for six years. He was one of the leaders of the Whigs, and took an active part in the excited political occurrences of
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.18 (search)
ier's services, and then the Baron came to Louisiana under commission of his majesty of Spain. As his bride, the Baron brought to America, Christine Carbonari, of the celebrated Spinola family. Two daughters were born to this union. One of them married Cyril Arnoult, a merchant of Flanders, who settled in this city, and who participated in the battle of New Orleans. Their daughter, Camille Arnoult, married George Augustus Waggaman. Mr. Waggaman was a Marylander. His forefather, Bartholomew Ennals, had settled in Dorchester, Maryland, shortly after the foundation of the colony by Lord Baltimore. George Augustus Waggaman, the father of the subject of this sketch, speedily became prominent in this State. He was a lawyer and became a judge of the Federal courts. He was then made Secretary of State and held that office for three successive terms. Finally, in 1861, he was elected to the United States Senate for a term of six years. He was a whig, and the leader of his party in
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
gade; Operations of April, 1865, 38, 139, 285. Cumberland Grays, 21st Va. Infantry, Roster and Record of, 264. Custer, Gen., Geo. A., 239. Danville, Explosion at, April, 1865, 271. Davis, Pres't, Jefferson, 69; at Manassas, 94. Davis, Sam, A Southern Hero, Tribute to by Ella Wheeler Wilcox, 231. Deloney, Col. W. G., 147. Drewry's Bluff, Battle of, 206. Duke, Col. R. T. W., 138. Duncan, Col. R. P., 17. Early, Gen. Jubal A., 109, 153. Early, Capt. W. T., 135. Ennals, Bartholomew, 181. Ewell Gen. R. S., 40, 105. Ezekiel, H. T., 297. Farrar, Judge F. R., 364. Fayette Artillery, in the Movement on New Berne, N. C., 288. Federal Forces, Total of the, 303. Five Forks, Battle of, 16. Fitzhugh, Maj. P. H., killed, 14. Fleming, Robt. I., 355. Fleming, W. L, 45. Flowers, Col., Geo. W.. 245. Forrest, Gen. N. B.. Ability of, 45, 54. Frayser, Capt R. E.,369. Frazier's Farm, Battle of 98, 209, 211. Fredericksburg, Battle of, 96. Fugitive S