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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 1., Chapter 16: Secession of Virginia and North Carolina declared.--seizure of Harper's Ferry and Gosport Navy Yard.--the first troops in Washington for its defense. (search)
; Quartermaster-Sergeant, George H. Gressang; First Corporal, D. J. Ridgway; Second Corporal, Samuel R. Russel; Third Corporal, Charles Hinkle; Fourth Corporal, Reuben Snyder. Privates.--George H. Hill, Francis P. Dewees, Wm. Ramsey Potts, Thomas Johnson, Nelson T. Major, Isaac E. Severn, Edward L. Severn, Thomas Jones, George Meyer, J. C. Weaver, John Engle, Charles P. Potts, Charles P. Loeser, H. K. Downing, William H. Hardell, J. B. Brandt, Charles Slingluff, Theodore F. Patterson, Charles Evans, Charles Hause, Francis Hause, D. B. Brown, John Christian, Albert G. Whitfield, William Bates, Oliver C. Bosbyshell, Robert F. Potter, A. H. Titus, Joseph Reed, Joel H. Betz, John Curry, Robert Smith, Augustus Reese, Hugh Stevenson. H. H. Hill, Eli Williams, Benjamin Christian, Thomas Petherick, Jr., Louis T. Snyder, Edwin J. Shippen. Richard M. Hodgson, William W. Clemens, Curtus C. Pollock, William Auman, William Riley, Edward T. Leib, Daniel Moser, William Brown, Edward Nagle, Godfr
Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 1., Chapter 25: the battle of Bull's Run, (search)
a company of cavalry, and a light battery. Colonel Evans, with the Fourth South Carolina, a specialhe Confederates at the Stone Bridge, where Colonel Evans was in command, with his Headquarters at Vd Richardson if it should be necessary. Colonel Evans, commanding at the Stone Bridge, believingforcements were ordered forward, and Cocke and Evans were instructed to hold the position at the br time, hoping to recall the troops in front of Evans, Johnston ordered an immediate, quick, and vigeir canteens with fresh water from Bull's Run, Evans was posting his troops in a commanding positioer's column, led by Burnside, came in sight of Evans. The division had rested half an hour at the rtillery, of Rhode Island, opened the battle. Evans was soon so hard pressed that his line was begStonewall Jackson. It was noon when Bee and Evans fled from the first field of close conflict, wrganize the broken columns of Bee, Bartow, and Evans; and Beauregard formed them in battle-line nea[3 more...]
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Sketch of Company I, 61st Virginia Infantry, Mahone's Brigade, C. S. A. (search)
y. Lieutenant Murdaugh was ever after unfit for duty. (See Order 283, Adjutant and Inspector-General's office.) Sergeant Charles Evans, a gallant soldier, was also wounded. We can never forget the kind treatment we received at the hands of the lad1861, disability. Corporal Calvin L. Peek, promoted sergeant, captured October 27, 1864, and not exchanged. Corporal Charles Evans, wounded May 3, 1863, Chacellorsville, captured August 19, 1864, and not exchanged. Musician Joseph J. Smith, Charles N. Collins, John C. Miller, and Richard White. Wounded. Salem Church: Lieutenant C. W. Murdaugh and sergeant Chas. Evans. Pickett's Charge at Gettysburg: Revil W. Custis, James E. Mears, and one who deserted. Wilderness: Elvin K.ergeant Calvin Peek, October 27, 1864, Burgess' Mill. Sergeant Ammon Peek, October 27, 1864, Burgess' Mill. Sergeant Charles Evans, October 19, 1864, Johnson's Farm. Sergeant Laban T. Godwin, October 19, 1864, Johnson's Farm.. Private Den
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.49 (search)
t Harper's Ferry. General Longstreet, with his command, embracing six brigades under D. R. Jones, Hood's two brigades and Evans' brigade, was ordered to move to Boonsborough and halt. General D. H. Hill, with his division, was made the rear guard, nd later in the day he was joined by General Longstreet, with the brigades of Pickett, Kemper, Jenkins, Hood, Whiting and Evans; only four of these, however, numbering about 3,000 men, became seriously engaged. Thus it will be seen that a force of nded, and then Early). Longstreet's command—D. R. Jones' division of six brigades, Hood's division of two brigades and Evans' (unassigned) brigade, D. H. Hill's division of five brigades, R. H. Anderson's division of six brigades. A. P. Hill's dbattle of Sharpsburg as 972. This would make his strength in that battle 2,880, making no allowance for straggling. General Evans states that his brigade numbered 2,200 effective at the opening of the campaign, and reports his loss in the battles
tbaker, shoulder; A C Wingfield, hand; M W Wingfield, wrist and arm. Company B.--Sergt Wm Mullen, shoulder, badly; Privates Lucien Cox, arm; A Duun, do; M D Johnson, do; G Y Shepherd, very slight; Palmer Hamner, missing. Company C.--Sergt Charles Evans, wounded in arm. Company D.--Corpl W. H. Ferguson, allie, Privates J C Anderson, body; Wm A Crank, do; B N Drambeller, do; W D Harris, mortally; S H Straughan, arm; James A Sutherland, leg; Ausin Woody, hip; H H Hughes, hip and arm; L Wrm broken; P P Stinnett, in arm, slight; R N Stinnett, mortally; Henry Ward, finger shot off; Corp'l E L Cox, in hip, arm, and thigh, badly. Company I.--Wounded — Capt D G Waller, mortally; Serg't Daniel Higginbotham, mortally; Private John T Evans, seriously; S B Logan; D T Dogan slightly; Benj Hartless, slightly; Jesse C Wright, slightly; E W Smith, very slightly; Chas martin, slightly. Company K--Wounded — Priv W H Woods, badly, in side; R A Hawzins, Sr, in hand, slight; S H Martin,