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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)
for a place in a chargeā€”a pardonable folly I hope at that stage of the war. Vol. XIII, Southern Historical Society Papers, p. 119. Then came the battle of Seven Pines, in which the Sixth was again conspicuously engaged and in which it suffered so terribly. Colonel Bratton himself was severely wounded and fell into the hands of the enemy. The blood of other Revolutionary stock was poured out in this battle in the ranks of the Sixth. Upon the reorganization of the regiment, Joseph Lucien Gaston had been elected captain of the Chester Blues. A younger brother and himself were killed in a few feet of each other at Seven Pines. We have seen how Esther Gaston and her sister had nursed the wounded at Bufort's massacre and at Hanging Rock. These gallant sons of her family died on the field before such tender ministrations could be made to them. Captain Gaston was a man of the highest order and the most scrupulous integrity. His mind was strong and well balanced. He was hig
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
Dr. F. L., 416. Fry, Col., 305. Fulkerson, Col., 88. Fuller, Lt., 382. Fussell's Mill, Battle of, 21. Gadberry Camp, 152, 172. Gadberry, Col. J. M., 23, 130. Gadsden, Christopher, 430. Gaillard, David St. P., 34. Gaillard, John. 13. Gaillard, Col. P. C., 396, 416. Gallaher, Lt., Daniel, 299. Gardner, Major, 169. Garner, 130. Garnett. Col. R. S., 83. 86, 88. Garnett, Hon T. S., 295. Gaston, Esther, 7, 10, 17. Gaston, Justice, John, 13. Gaston, Joseph, 10. Gaston, Capt., Joseph Lucien, 17, 22. Gates, Gen., Horatio, 9, II. Gatling, Gen. R. J., 428. Gault, Sergeant-Major, Edward, 409. Gavin, Lt. J. A., 21. Gedde, Col., 306. Gelling, Lt., 399. Generals in the war 1861-1861 from the North and South, 436. Georgia Volunteers, 88, 159, 384. Gerald, Col. G. B, 392. Germans in the Federal army, 438. Gettysburg, Battle of, 20, 21, 27; Charge of Black's Cavalry at, 224; Memorial Association of, 342. Gibbon, Gen., John, 108. Gibson, Col., 301. Gibso