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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2 2 2 Browse Search
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H. Smith, shot through the head. Company D.--Killed, none. Wounded, Second Lieut. Wm. Gordon, slight wound on the hip from piece of shell. Privates Augustus Morti, slight wound on the hand; Stephen Joy, slight wound in the knee; Watson Long, slight wound in side. Company F.--Killed, none. Wounded, Sergeant Eli Coddington, left arm badly shattered and amputated; Privates Edward Edgar, hand, slight; James Coughnour. Company G.--Killed, Private Thomas Snelling. Wounded, Privates Jas. Fox, shoulder, slight; Charles Ford, spent ball in stomach, slight; First Lieut. George Pemberton, spent ball in breast, slight. Company H.--Killed, none Wounded, Sergeant Jacob L. Wright, shot through the hand, slight; Privates Benj. L. Gowing, in foot, slight; Erhardt Burke, in wrist, slight; David Patterson, spent ball in ankle, slight; Burtis M. Gurd, wrist, slightly; Mather Neely, in head, recovering rapidly; George Harris, leg; Daniel B. Widell, shoulder; Lewis C. Clothier, han
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, Index of names of persons. (search)
kiel, 281 Fowler, H. P., 281 Fowler, J. H., 281 Fowler, J. H., 489 Fowler, M. W., 281 Fowler, Richard, 54 Fowler, W. S., 281 Fowler, William, 467 Fox, C. B., 213, 525 Fox, C. B., 608 Fox, H. P., 281 Fox, H. P., 281 Fox, Horace, 281 Fox, J. A., 213, 281, 525 Fox, J. A., 281 Fox, J. L., 54 Fox, J. L., 281 Fox, L. S., 381 Fox, T. B., 281 Fox, T. B., 608 Fox, W. F., 651 Foye, Edward, 54 Foye, J. W., 381, 416, 525 France, Richard, 54 Francis, Eben, 467 Francis, F. A., 281 FrFox, J. A., 281 Fox, J. L., 54 Fox, J. L., 281 Fox, L. S., 381 Fox, T. B., 281 Fox, T. B., 608 Fox, W. F., 651 Foye, Edward, 54 Foye, J. W., 381, 416, 525 France, Richard, 54 Francis, Eben, 467 Francis, F. A., 281 Francis, G. E., 54 Francis, H. A., 281 Francis, James, 213, 525 Frankle, Jones, 180, 213, 416, 525 Franklin, W. B., 651 Franzen, A. A., 54 Frawley, P. O. C., 281 Frazar, Douglas, 180, 416, 467, 489, 525 Frazer, J. D., 281 Freeland, J. G., 571 Freeman, E. H., 606 Freeman, Edmund, 416 Freeman, F. H., 54 Freeman, H. W., 281, 489 Freeman, Joshua, 281 Freeman, Lewis, 467 Freeman, N. W., 54 Freeman, S. A., 467 Freeman, S. N., 54 Freeman, W. H., 606 Freeman, W. T., 281 Freeman, Wats
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
reeman, Co. G. Henry Alley, Co. G. L. Alley, Co. G. Jno. Rady, Co. G. J. M. Jones, Co. G. G. W. Jones, Co. G. H. Roup, Co. G. J. H. Burton, Co. G. J. C. Milburn, Co. H. Virginius Brent, Co. H. J. S. Both, Co. H. E. Warfield, Co. H. Robt. Young, Co. H. J. T. Beall, Co. I. Jos. Hite, Co. I. Jos. E. Moore, Co. K. Sergeant W. G. Foster, Co. K. [47] Fifteenth Virginia Regiment. Hosp'l Stew'd L. L. Swank. Ord. Sergeant E. M. Foster. Sergeant W. A. Blankenship, Co. A. Jas. Fox, Co. A. Private J. W. Collins, Co. E. W. H. Chisholm, Co. E. T. A. Deitrick, Co. E. C. W. Dick, Co. E. Private J. W. Birchett, Co. A. Julius W. Herbert, Co. A. T. N. Chamberlayne, Co. A. Walter R. Smith, Co. A. W. H. Wise, Co. A. Corporal J. C. Taylor, Co. B. Private J. E. Whitlock, Co. B. J. C. Goode, Co. B. 1st Sergeant M. L. Jones, Co. C. Sergeant L. R. Kimbrough, Co. C. Corporal W. E. Bowles, Co. C. Musician E. H. Pollard, Co. C. Private E. V. Chisholm, Co. C. J. J.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Company a, Fifteenth Virginia Infantry, Confederate States Army. (search)
1861. James Walker Dabney, third sergeant; 21. Promoted first sergeant; promoted lieutenant; and served till reorganization. Gideon W. Morris, fourth sergeant; 25. Prisoner at Sharpsburg; wounded May 14, 1864; prisoner April 1, 1865. James Fox, first corporal; 22. Wounded at Sharpsburg; second sergeant. James H. Burch, second corporal; 38. Discharged in 1862. William Booker Robinson, third corporal; 22. Discharged in 1862. William L. Smith, fourth corporal; 21. Elected sorge Savage, but never reported. ——Armstrong. Not accounted for. ——Nance. Died a few days after assignment. Zzzserved to the close. Those accounted for as having served to the close of the war are as follows: G. W. Morris, James Fox, William L. Smith, A. M. Atkinson, Died since the war. William R. Atkinson, William J. Baker, William A. Brown, James R. Bush, John W. Bush, C. C. Brooke, W. A. Blankinship, A. P. Chalk, Died since the war. S. J. Childrey, G. T. Catlett,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.17 (search)
rn Virginia. Grant, in his Wilderness Campaign, foiled at every point, in his direct road to Richmond, sat down before Petersburg, his right wing in touch with the navy on the James, and that he be not shorn of this assistance, obstructed the river against the descent of your gunboats. The brief career of the Merrimac in Hampton Roads, delayed the advance of McClellan on the Peninsula—gave you the much needed time to put the defences of Richmond in order—evoked the memorable telegram to Fox, assistant secretary of navy: Can I rely upon the Monitor to keep the Merrimac in check, so that I can make Fort Monroe a base of operations, and as late as the 12th of March, 1862, the lamentation of General Barnard, his chief of engineers: The possibility of the Merrimac appearing again, paralyzes the movement of this army by whatsoever route is adopted. Zzzimportance of Blockades. The rigid blockade of your ports from the Chesapeake Bay to the Rio Grande, cut off the Confederacy f
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.24 (search)
, ‘61. Passed Board at Mobile, Jan. 15, ‘64. Ordered to report to Surgeon S. H. Stout, Medical-Director of Hospitals. Fox, James Otey, Assistant Surgeon, appointed by Secretary of War Dec. 4, ‘62, to rank Aug. 22, ‘62. Dec. 31, ‘62, Dalton, Ga.ral Withers, July 22, ‘63, ordered to report to Captain Deeux, Bragg's Escort, Jan. 31, ‘64, General Johnston's Escort. Fox, Henry Thomas, Surgeon, appointed by Secretary War, Sept, 2, ‘63, to rank from May 30, ‘63, to report to Medical Director. President March 19, ‘63, to rank Oct. 31, ‘62, ordered to report to Brigadier-General Morgan. Dropped from the rolls. Fox, Samuel Irving, contract $80 made by Surgeon Pimm Dec. 30, ‘62. Jan. 31, ‘63, Rome, Ga., April 31, ‘63, contract closed. Fox, C. F., contract made by General Morgan Feb. 1, ‘63. Feb. 28, ‘63, 2d Kentucky Cavalry. Foster, F., Surgeon, commissioned to rank Sept. 15, ‘62. Feb. 28, ‘63, Cluk's Kentucky Cavalry. frost, John, Assistant S
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.26 (search)
sion which was not at Winchester; but with it present, August 31st, his whole infantry for duty was 14,485. This was before the battles at Winchester and Fisher's Hill, and he never had more at any time. Nor did his whole army ever equal in number the casualties reported by Sheridan; nor did Early's cavalry ever amount to 5,000. Zzzlosses in three battles. I now present the casualties of losses in the three battles of Winchester, Fisher's Hill and Cedar creek, compiled by Lieutenant-Colonel Fox, of the United States army, and given in his book of War Statistics, pages 547-551. Zzzsheridan. Battles.Killed.Wounded.Captured or Missing.Aggregate. Winchester or Opequon6973,9833385,018 Fisher's Hill5245719528 Cedar Creek6443,4301,5915,665 ———————— Aggregate1,3937,8701,94811,211 Zzzearly . Winchester or Opequon2261,5671,8183,611 Fisher's Hill302109951,235 Cedar Creek3201,5401,0502,910 ———————— Aggregate5763,3173,8637,756 N
Loss of Richmond Soldiers. --The following is a list of the killed and wounded in company A, 15th Virginia. This company was formed on Union Hill: Killed: Privates Geo. W. Brooke, Charles Kepler. Wounded: 1st Serg't C. C. Cherry, Privates Geo. W. Otey, Wm. D. Brown, James Fox, R. A. Day, W. R. Atkinson, J. B. Garthright, P. H. Hall, J. W. Herbert, T. B. Jackson, C. T. Lockett, Wm. H. Manning, J. T. Schwalmeyer, R. R. Smith, and T. P. Gill. None of the field officers were present at the engagement and the command devolved on the senior Captain, who led the men gallantly, but was soon killed. The next ranking Captain being also absent, Rev. E. J. Willis, formerly pastor of the Leigh Street Baptist Church, and Captain of company A, took command as next in rank. He encouraged the men by every possible means, and exerted himself to the utmost to make the victory sure for us. At one time, seeing that the flag-bearer had been shot down, he seized the colors himself.