stown Island, and we find that on the 31st day of May, 1861, he was there in command not only of his own regiment of ten companies but also of five companies of artillery and two additional companies of infantry.
His adjutant at this time was Lieut. Evans.
This assignment of Col. Hodges to the Fourteenth Virginia regiment and to the command of Jamestown Island took him from his home—from the companionship of his wife and two infant boys.
On the 11th day of August, 1853, he married Sarah A.
The regiment was afterwards stationed for a while at Mulberry Island, and also at Lands End. In May, 1862, it was ordered to Suffolk and was there made a part of Armistead's brigade.
On the reorganization of regiments in the spring of 1862 Adjutant Evans was made Lieutenant Colonel and C. W. Finley was made Adjutant of the Fourteenth Virginia regiment; and Lieutenant Colonel David J. Godwin was made Colonel of the Ninth Virginia regiment.
The brigade now marched to Petersburg, where the Nin
Cuyler, Lt. Col. R. M., 16.
Dahlgren, War-time story of, 198; Defeat of Raid of, 351.
Daniel, Hon. John W., 172.
Statement as to causes of his long imprisonment, 243; Reward for arrest of 249.
Dearing, Jim, Boy Brigadier, 70, 313.
De Lagnel, Major J. A., 16.
Douglas, Col H. Kyd, 318.
Drewry's Bluff, Errors as to Battle of, corrected, 179.
Early, Gen. J. A., 118.
Ellyson, J. Taylor, 164.
Elzey, Gen. A., 357.
Etheredge, Major W. H., 207.
Evans, Thomas R. 303.
Ewell, Gen. R. S., 33,113; defended 336.
Farinholt, Col. B. L., 321.
Five Forks, Story of Battle of, 172.
Flying machine of the Confederacy, 302.
Fredericksburg, Suffering in, after the battle, 355.
Forrest in West Tennessee, 304; Bravest of brave, 364.
Forsyth, Gen. James W., 174.
Franklin, Admiral, 42.
Freelinghuysen, Joseph S., 165.
General, Capture of the Engine, 264.
Gettysburg Campaign 210; deliberate insinuations as to and reflections o