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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Heroes of the old Camden District, South Carolina, 1776-1861. an Address to the Survivors of Fairfield county, delivered at Winnsboro, S. C., September 1,1888. (search)
s march ended in victory and Cornwallis' in defeat. My theme to-day is a homelier one. The Rev. Dr. Foote in his sketches of North Carolina-claiming that to that State belongs the imperishable honreligious principles? These questions are quite as interesting to us to-day as they were when Dr. Foote discussed them forty years ago; for you, my comrades, the survivors of this county, belong to were the republican principles of the Scotch-Irish who settled this section of the State. See Foote's Sketches of North Carolina. I have dwelt upon the eminently religious character of these p who have already done honor to the State. Henry C. Davis and David St. P. Gaillard. As Dr. Foote has written of the women of this section in earlier days: an education, knowledge of things ht, said one as she gave him his shield to go out to battle. But your mothers, my comrades, as Dr. Foote says, gloried in the enterprise and religion and knowledge and purity of their husbands and ch
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Signal Corps in the Confederate States army. (search)
from official sources, show that, though under manifold disadvantages, the signal men gave a good account of themselves in the first struggle for the possession of the Mississippi river. In his report of the attack upon Battery No. 1, by Commodore Foote's fleet, and attempt to destroy it by an overwhelming superiority of fire, March 17th, 1862, Brigadier-General Trudeau, commanding the Confederate States artillery, says: At 9 P. M. Captain Cummins, of the Signal Service, went to Battwhatever—not even that of the parapet behind which the gunners squatted when not firing—for their position was in rear of the guns, where fell, as Captain Rucker says, many shot and shell. Upon the capture of New Madrid and Island No.10 by Admiral Foote and General Pope, the signal party escaped across Reelfoot lake, taking French leave of the commanding generals and paddling across on a raft of their own construction They repaired at once, of their own motion and without orders, to Corinth,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
, 20. Ferguson, Major P., 8. Field, Gen C. W.. 262, 404. Finney, Major R. H., 69. Fishing Creek, Battle of, 5, 11, 12, 13, 32. Fitzgerald, Capt., Edward, 78. Five Forks, Battle of, 25, 230. Flournoy, Capt., 88. Folly Inlet, 174. Foote, Commodore, 95, 97. Foote, D. D., Rev, W. H., 4, 34. Forbes, Lt. R A., 92. Ford, Lt., 405. Forrest, Commodore F.. 273. Forrest, Gen N. B., 373. Forsyth, Hon., John, 273. Forts Breckinridge, 64; Donelson, 318, 368; Henry, 318; Johnson, 118,Foote, D. D., Rev, W. H., 4, 34. Forbes, Lt. R A., 92. Ford, Lt., 405. Forrest, Commodore F.. 273. Forrest, Gen N. B., 373. Forsyth, Hon., John, 273. Forts Breckinridge, 64; Donelson, 318, 368; Henry, 318; Johnson, 118,158, 170; McHenry, 423; Moultrie, 12, 156, 158, 159, 172; Pickens. 125; Sumter, 15, 22, 25, 153, 170, 174, 337; Wagner, 153, 167, 171. Ford's peril, John, 49. Francis, Color-Sergeant E., 380. Franklin, Battle of, 374. Franklin, C., 227 Frazier's Farm, Battle of, 19. Frederick the Great, 34. Fredericksburg, Battle of, 20, 24, 259. Freeman, Col., J. Thomas, 70, 74. Freemantle, Gen Arthur, 108. Frost, Dr. F. L., 416. Fry, Col., 305. Fulkerson, Col., 88. Fuller, Lt., 382.