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Maj. Jed. Hotchkiss, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 3, Virginia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 5 1 Browse Search
Col. Robert White, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 2.2, West Virginia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 2 0 Browse Search
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cNeill, the famous ranger, was a native of this county, and organized his company partly of Hardy county men. In Kanawha county, the company of Kanawha Riflemen, Capt. George S. Patton, was organized at the time of the John Brown raid, and entered the Confederate service in April, 1861. It included some twenty lawyers of the Charleston bar, among them, serving as privates, William A. Quarrier, T. B. Swann, Thomas L. Broun, Isaac N. Smith, S. A. Miller, R. Q. Laidley, J. G. Newman, Nicholas Fitzhugh and Thomas Smith, son of the governor and general. Another Kanawha county company was commanded by Capt. John S. Swann, and an artillery company was raised by Dr. John P. Hale. Mercer county contributed ten companies to the Confederate army. Monroe furnished the Lowry battery, the Chapman battery, and other organizations. Wayne, Putnam and Greenbrier also made generous contributions. A. J. Jenkins, of Cabell, raised a cavalry company, and afterward a regiment. Thomas L. Broun o
regiment: Brien, L. Tiernan, lieutenant-colonel, colonel; Carter, R. Welby, major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel; Drake, James H., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel; Irving, Charles R., major, lieutenant-colonel; Jones, William E., colonel; Lee, Fitzhugh, lieutenant-colonel, colonel; Morgan, William A., major, lieutenant-colonel, colonel; Stuart, James E. B., colonel; Swann, Robert, major. First Infantry battalion regulars (Irish battalion): Bridgford, D. B., major; Munford, John D., major; Sd to Tenth Cavalry): Davis, J. Lucius, lieutenant-colonel; Duffield, C. B., major. Eighth Cavalry regiment: Bowen, Thomas P., major, lieutenant-colonel; Cook, Alphonso P., lieutenant-colonel; Corns, James M., colonel; Edmondson, P. M., major; Fitzhugh, Henry, major, lieutenant-colonel; Jenifer, Walter H., lieutenant-colonel; Jenkins, Albert G., lieutenant-colonel. Eighth battalion Reserves: Miller, major. Eighth Infantry regiment: Berkeley, Edmund, major, lieutenant-colonel; Berkeley, N
ington. He did an extensive business as a merchant at Falmouth and Fredericksburg, served three years in the Continental army, including the battles of Guilford Court House and Yorktown, and died at Clifton in 1837. By his second marriage, to Marian Morson, of Scottish descent, he had one son, Arthur A. M. Payne, born at Clifton in 1804, who was a prominent man, and widely known as a breeder of fine horses, among them Passenger. He married Mary Conway Mason Fitzhugh, daughter of Judge Nicholas Fitzhugh, of the District of Columbia, and granddaughter of Augustine Washington. The eldest of their six children is General Payne, who has well sustained the ancestral reputation of worthy citizenship, and faithful service, both in civil and military life, in the best interests of the community and the commonwealth. After completing his education in the university of Virginia and preparing himself for the practice of law, he formed a partnership for professional work with Samuel Chilton,