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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 17. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.14 (search)
Bannister, R. T. Davis, Evan R. Chesterman, Charles Taylor, A. J. Hurt, C. S. Dickinson, C. C. Yarbrough, C. W. Patterson, J. B. French, R. H. Bowden, H. W. Rudolpe, H. O. Allen, Philip 0. Winston, David M. Lea, Aubrey Chesterman, G. F. Hamilton, R. J. Gilliam, Thomas Dabney, W. G. Spencer, Henry Ebel (two years old), H. T. East, S. A. Pyle, H. C. Lynn, J. J. Beavers, W. Maxwell, W. Mac. Jones, H. H. Werth, D. L. Morris, Bruce Chesterman, J. E. Rose, Henry Cohn, W. M. Lewis, Edgar Rose, Bruce Frost, W. H. Hill, C. J. Paoli, James Tyree, Bertram Chesterman, Samuel Ellett, R. R. Ralston, Percy Gray, and numerous others. Pole-men. Messrs. H. P. Angle, W. S. Angle, R. Miller, C. B. Jenkins, J. F. Waller, and W. F. Simmons were the pole-men to this wagon; that is, they manned the tongue and guided the vehicle. Their work was very arduous, in many instances they having to hold the wagon back by main force, especially on down grades, as there were no breaks At various places alon