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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 34. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.21 (search)
l arms, and his entire losses in killed, wounded and captured, less than 9,000. Remarkable character. Personally General Early was a remarkable character; he was elected to the Virginia Convention in 1860; he fought secession to the utmost and voted against it. When Sumter fell and Lincoln called for troops to invade the South, he offered his services to the State of Virginia, and raised a regiment. When the ordinance of secession was passed he again voted against it and refused to sign it. He never accepted his parole or took the oath, or voted after the war. He never wore anything but his Confederate gray, and was buried in it. The stories of his excessive drinking were malicious lies. General Early was a man of strong and stubborn disposition, but he was also a sincere friend. With all his faults and virtues he has passed over the river, and is resting with his beloved Lee and Jackson, under the shade of the heavenly trees. Peace to his ashes. Moses Gibson.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 34. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.39 (search)
n J. Dix, died from wounds received, Chancellorsville. Adam Dutton, died after war. James A. Dutton. G. M. Dudley. C. O. Davis. James W. Duncan. W. P. Francis. G. H. Fudge, lieutenant; wounded, Fredericksburg; Judge of County Court, Smyth. John W. Fudge. Robert Fulwiler. Edward Falkie, wounded. Robert Green, wounded First Manassas. Henry Goodman, killed, May 12th, Spotsylvania. Ambrose Griffith, color-bearer; wounded at Chancellorsville and before Petersburg. Moses Gibson. James J. Gill, lost leg at Gettysburg. Harris. J. F. Harris, died since war. William Henegar, killed, Cedar Creek, 1864. W. R. Henegar. Henry Henderlite; died since war. Ephriam, died from wounds received at Chancellorsville. John Hogsdon. John N. Hull. Abram Hutton, died after war. John Hutton, died from wounds at Chancellorsville. A. J. Isenhower, killed, Sharpsburg. M. T. James, died in prison. S. E. James, killed in battle. E. M. James. B. F.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 34. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
erston, General W. T., 265. Federal and Confederate forces, disparity between, 1, 195 208, 213, 215, 289. Federal care of Confederate wounded, 33 Federal and Confederate Soldiers, respective qualities of, 61. Federal Vandalism, 215, 217. Fisher's Hill, Fight at, 215. Fiveash, Joseph G., 316. Fontaine, Colonel, Wm. Winston, 300. Gaines, Lieutenant Samuel M., 76. Gettysburg, Battle of, 28; Pickett's charge at, 327; bloody charge of, 336. Gibbon, General, John, 330. Gibson, Moses, 217. Gill, John, 177. Gladstone, W. E., Dying words of, 52. Godwin, General Archie C., 194; killed, 196. Grabill, Captain John H., 363. Grafton, Camp at, in 1861, 188. Graves, Master C. W., Commanding U. S. Steamer Lockwood in 1862, 151. Greene, U. S. Navy, Lieutenant, 324. Grimes, Captain Carey F., killed, 152. Hampton Roads, Conference in February, 1865, The, 311 Harper's Ferry, Demonstration in May, 1862, The, 200, Harper Colonel Kenton, 363. Hartford