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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Lane's Corps of sharpshooters. (search)
. Brent, F. Milton Kennedy, D. S. Henkel. Thirty-Third North Carolina Regiment. Colonels.—L. O'B. Branch, Clark M. Avery, Robert V. Cowan. Lieutenat-Colonels.—Clark M. Avery, Robert F. Hoke, Robert V. Cowan, Joseph H. Saunders. Majors.—Robert F. Hoke, W. Gaston Lewis, Robert V. Cowan, Thomas W. Mayhew, Joseph H. Saunders, James A. Weston. Adjutants.—John M. Poteat, Spier Whitaker, Jr. Quartermasters.—Joseph A. Engelhard, John M. Poteat, John R. Sudderth. Commissaries.—J. A. Gibson, Robert A. Hauser. Surgeons.—R. B. Baker, J. H. Shaffner, Ed. G. Higginbotham. Assistant Surgeons.—J. H. Shaftner, John A. Vigal, J. L. McLean. Chaplain.—T. J. Eatmon. Thirty-Seventh North Carolina Regiment. Colonels.—Charles C. Lee, William M. Barbour. Lieutenant-Colonels.—William M. Barbour, John B. Ashcraft, William G. Morris. Majors.—John G. Bryan, Charles N. Hickerson, William R. Rankin, John B. Ashcraft, William G. Morris, O. N. Brown, Jackson L
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.5 (search)
r, were captured as we had men. The men and officers were brought through the mountain paths, and delivered to our army. This was one of the most difficult and daring marches and captures of the whole war. The enemy was surprised just at daybreak, and the entire post taken, though it was a fortified place. Part of the winter of 1862-‘63 was spent at Salem, Va., where the company was put into the 14th Virginia cavalry, and became company B of that regiment. James Cochran was colonel, John A. Gibson lieutenant-colonel, and B. F. Eakle major. This company and the Churchville cavalry constituted the charging squadron of the regiment, and Jenkins's brigade, with myself first, and Captain James A. Wilson, of the Churchville cavalry, second in command. In 1863 the 14th, with several other regiments, 16th and 17th cavalry, with V. A. Witcher's battalion of cavalry, were put under General A. G. Jenkins. Jenkins's Brigade was in advance of General R. E. Lee's army in 1863, when it inv