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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 17. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.14 (search)
Jones, J. C. Goolsby, William D. Snead, R. C. Walden, Charles P. Young, and M. T. Rider. Purcell Battery.—Privates Thomas Byrne, James Stywater, R. T. Totty, Joseph Uren, Valentine Brown, J. W. D. Farrar, E. M. Cayce, John T. Callaghan, B. F. Hackman, and D. S. Redford. Letcher Battery.—Major Thomas A. Brander, Lieutenant John Tyler, Corporal D. S. Cates, privates F. Kell, James T. Ferriter, and C. T. Outland. Fredericksburg Battery.—Privates E. T. Chesley, H. Cabell Tabb, and John Ferneyhough. Staff.—Captain W. Gordon McCabe. Sons of Veterans. R. S. Chew Camp Sons of Veterans, 40 strong, from Fredericksburg, preceded by Bowery's band, numbering 20 pieces, who were guests of Sons of Veterans of Richmond. Sons of Veterans, Captain Louis Rawlings, with 115 men in line. Veteran camps. Maury Camp of Fredericksburg, composed of the survivors of the Thirtieth infantry, Corse's brigade, Colonel D. M. Lee commanding, composed of 15th, 17th, 30th and 32d regiments,