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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 19. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.16 (search)
Died in service. I. I. Cheedle, E. A. Chick, Buck Carter, Died in service. Daniel Carter, Died in service. John T. Carter, Died in service. Alexander Carter, J. C. Cunningham, Isaac Cunningham, Died in service. Burley Coleman, W. J. Davis, Died in service. S. B. Drinkard, S. A. Daniel, John Drinkard, Died in service. G. W. Elam, Ed. Ellett, William England, Died in service. Charles Fore, Died in service. Frederick Fore, John Fore, Died in service. S. T. Fuqua, William Foster, D. Ferguson, C. E. Glenn, I. S. Glenn, Died in service. J. B. Glenn, Rice Gilleain, John W. Gilleain, R. Gilleam, Charles Gilleain, Van Gilleain, James E. Gills, Samuel Gregory, Died in service. Isham Gilliam, James Gillespie, Buck Gallagher, Silas Gregory, Died in service. William Gregory, Died in service. William Hubbard, Died in service. P. Hubbard, I. S. Harris, W. H. Harris, Tom Harvey, Died in service. R. Harvey, Died in service. John Irving, Died in servi
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 19. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Thomas J. Jackson. (search)
e city of Mexico, and was twice breveted for gallant conduct—at Cherubusco and Chapultepec—attaining the rank finally of first lieutenant of artillery. After the Mexican war he was on duty for a time at Fort Hamilton, New York harbor, and subsequently at Fort Meade, Fla., but in 1851 ill health caused him to resign his commission in the army and return to his native State, where he was elected Professor of Natural Sciences and Artillery Tactics over such competitors as McClellan, Rosecrans, Foster, Peck, and G. W. Smith, all of whom were recommended by the faculty at West Point. His Marriages. Soon after entering upon his duties at the institute he married a daughter of Rev. Dr. Junkin, president of Washington College, and upon her death in 1855 he visited Europe on leave of absence. Some time after his return he married a daughter of Rev. Dr. Morrison, of North Carolina, who is still living. Virginia's call to arms. Upon the secession of Virginia Major Jackson (as he the