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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.5 (search)
Fuqua, Dr. William M. Friend, William G. Friend, Robert M., wounded. Friend, Isaac. Flournoy, Nicholas E. Ford, Luther R., Corporal. Ford, Abner S., wounded at Lynchburg in 1863. Ford, John R. Ford, J. B. Fossett, Peter. Ford, Abner S., wounded at Lynchburg in 1863. Ford, John R. Ford, J. B. Fossett, Peter. Flournoy, Dr. David, Captain from November, 1861, to April, 1862. Gaines, William R., First Lieutenant. Wounded at Moorefield, 1864. Gaines, Robert L. Gaines, R. H., Sergeant and Sergeant-Major 14th Virginia Cavalry. Gaines, James. Ford, John R. Ford, J. B. Fossett, Peter. Flournoy, Dr. David, Captain from November, 1861, to April, 1862. Gaines, William R., First Lieutenant. Wounded at Moorefield, 1864. Gaines, Robert L. Gaines, R. H., Sergeant and Sergeant-Major 14th Virginia Cavalry. Gaines, James. Gaines, Samuel M., Lieutenant. Wounded, New Market, Virginia, February, 1862. Gaines, Thomas. Garden, James M. Hopkins, Louis Christman, Rockbridge county, Va. Hopkins, John James, Pendleton county, W. Va. Hannah, George B., LieutenFord, J. B. Fossett, Peter. Flournoy, Dr. David, Captain from November, 1861, to April, 1862. Gaines, William R., First Lieutenant. Wounded at Moorefield, 1864. Gaines, Robert L. Gaines, R. H., Sergeant and Sergeant-Major 14th Virginia Cavalry. Gaines, James. Gaines, Samuel M., Lieutenant. Wounded, New Market, Virginia, February, 1862. Gaines, Thomas. Garden, James M. Hopkins, Louis Christman, Rockbridge county, Va. Hopkins, John James, Pendleton county, W. Va. Hannah, George B., Lieutenant and aid to Generals Jenkins and McCausland. Hannah, Andrew, killed at Williamsport, July 14, 1863. Hannah, Samuel B. Hamlett, John C., Sergeant and Third Lieutenant. Hodge, William H. Harvey, E. C. Hutcherson, Robert F. Henry
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.30 (search)
at Drewry's Bluff; J. H. Cook; Thomas Cumby; Joseph Covington; George Covington, wounded at New Berne, N. C.; Shanghai Coleman, orderly (Louisiana Tiger); —— ——Childress, fifer of company. E. B. Davis; Winslow Dennis; Patrick H. Deanor; James Dickerson, wounded at Gaines' Mill; Robert Davis; R. P. Davis; Temple Davis, killed at Gettysburg; Francis Dean; Joseph W. Dickerson; ——--—— Dougherty, killed at Five Forks (Louisiana Tiger). E. P. Evans; P. L. Evans; Thomas Elam. A. T. Faris; Peyton R. Ford, wounded in arm at Frayser's Farm; Albert Foster, killed in battle of ——; John Foster, orderly sergeant; P. W. Fore; John J. Foster; James Ford; Phil. Ford; Sam Foster; John J. Franklin; E. W. Fore. Walter L. Garden, wounded at Gaines' Mill; William E. Gaines; D. B. Garden; Thomas Garden; H. F. Gaines, killed in battle; Dr. John Garden; —— —— Guggenheimer. Charles Harvey, third sergeant; Samuel M. Hailey, wounded at Gaines's Mill; John T. Hagerman, lost leg at
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Crenshaw Battery, Pegram's Battalion, Confederate States Artillery. (search)
e part of both armies, notably the one of the Second Corps (Hancock commanding), in which our General Edward Johnson was captured, with a large number of his men, which gave to the enemy only a temporary advantage, as our works were speedily retaken, the Man of Destiny started on another flank movement, and soon both armies were manoeuuring for position, this time to halt near Hanover Junction, where Grant attempted to cross the North Anna river, the outcome of which was the battle of Jericho Ford, where our company lost two more men—George Young, heretofore mentioned as the genial, whole-souled companion, whose chief delight was in making others happy, being mortally wounded, and big Caldwell killed. Poor Caldwell! you, too, have proven your loyalty to the cause which resulted in the unholy sacrifice of so many noble and fearless men. This battle was fought in rather a different way from any other this company ever participated in, or, rather, we went into this fight in a different