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J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army 7 1 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 3 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: April 18, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army, Appendix: letters from our army workers. (search)
signed me to his division, which was now composed of Terry's, Evans's and the Louisiana Brigades. Brothers See, Booker, Gilmore and Williams were in Terry's Brigade; Brother Smith, of the Sixtieth Georgia, in Evans's; and in the Louisiana Brigade tary regularity, had two chapels, one at either wing of the camp. That erected at left wing for use of Brothers Booker. Gilmore and Williams was large, and thus: Zzz d= door fronting upon camp eastward; c c =chimneys; P= pulpit. This was first cinia; J. P. Garland, Fortyninth Virginia; Paul C. Morton, Twenty-third Virginia; James Nelson, Forty-fourth Virginia; Harvey Gilmore, Twenty-first Virginia; B. T. Lacy, acting missionary in corps, Virginia. Major Isaac Hardman, Captain O. T. Evansself. Others had presented themselves since. He was much encouraged. Attendance good, and Christians praying. Brother H. Gilmore, of Twenty-first Virginia, said that nine more had professed conversion in his regiment, many of whom were the most
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
h Va. Inf. J. M. Treny, Capt. Co. C, 5th Va. Regiment, Commanding. H. A. Herrell, Capt. Co. D, 33d Va., Commanding Regiment. David H. Walton, 1st Lt. and Adj't. 33d Va. Regiment. Cornelius Baldwin, Ass't Surg., 33d Va. Infantry. W. A. Witcher, Col. Com. 21st Va. Infantry. S. F. Swanson, Capt. Commanding Co. I, 21st Va. Inf. C. G. Crichton, 1st Lieut. Commanding Co. G, 21st Va. Infantry. Frank Gale, Ass't Surg. 21st Va. Infantry. Jno. H. Cumbia, 21st Va. Infantry. Harvey Gilmore, Chaplain, 21st Va. Infantry. W. N. Harper, Maj., 25th Regiment Va. Infantry. A. S. Miller, Surgeon, 25th Regiment Va. Infantry. W. H. Fitchett, Capt. Co. B, 25th Regiment Va. Infantry. E. D. Camden, Capt. Co. C, 25th Va. Regiment Infantry. James L. Tompkins, 1stLt. Co. B, Commanding 23d Regiment Va. Infantry. John D. Biggs, 2nd Lieut. Co. G, 42d Va. Regiment. D. W. Anderson, Maj. Commanding 44th Va. Regiment. R. H. Gilliam, Capt. Co. I, 44th Va. Wm. B. Dunn, 1st Lt. Co.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
ion, 175. Georgia soldiers at 2d Corps Headquarters, 187-8. Ghent, Surg H. C., 73. Gibbes, Maj. W. H., 16. Gibson, Surg. J. S. P., 190. Gibson, Capt S. H., 233 Giddings, Surg. J H., 2. Gilbert, Lt. S. H., 196. Gilbert, Lt. S J., 231. Gilbert, Lt. V. H. L., 286. Gilchrist, Lt., John, 414. Gilkeson, Ass't Surg. J. B. 15, 64. Gillam, Ass't Surg. F., 449. Gilliam, John, XXVII. Gilliam, Lt. J. W., 49. Gilliam, Capt. R. H., 85, 229. Gillon, Lt. M. M., 382. Gilmore, Chaplain H., 85. Ginn, Ass't Surg. J. B., 326. Ginter, Maj., Lewis, 3. Glenn, Lt. D. L , 368. Glenn, Capt. R. H., 403. Glinze, Capt., John, 2. Glover, Capt. F. L,, 357 Godbey, Chaplain C., 287. Godtrey, Capt. L. W., 348. Godsey, Lt. A., 287. Goode, Adj't E. B., 43. Goode, Capt. D. M., 347. Goode, Col., J. Thomas, 431. Goode, Ass't Surg. R. H., 424. Goode, Lt. Samuel B., 449. Goldsmith, Lt. A. J., 394. Gondelock, Lt. W. L., 403. Goodman, Lt. J. L., 109. Goodridge, Lt.
et he still had the vigor and spirit of youth. We next found ourselves in front of the residence of Rev. Ro. L. Dabney, D. D., who came forward and made a speech; a speech which would make the abolition horde quake and fear. Our spirits burned within us. It was a grand speech and I wish that every man in Virginia could have heard it. Afterwards, Prof. Charles Martin, of H. S. C., spoke, declaring his intention to carry arms against the North, where he was born, and also from Mr. Smith, a Seminary student from Pennsylvania, to the same effect. Messrs. T. Walker Gilmer, W. Houston,--Lyell, Hugh A. White, Darnall and Harvey Gilmore, of the Seminary, made speeches. There is to be a company of students organized in a few days, with Rev. J. M. P. Atkinson, President of the College, as Captain, and we will be ready to go at the first sound of the bugle. We intend to show the world that we as a College are not unworthy of the two glorious and immortal names, Hampden and Sidney. Sumter.
Yankee Faithlessness. --The Central Presbyterian says that several of our chaplains who remained at Gettysburg to comfort our wounded and bury our dead are now retained at Fort Norfolk as prisoners. Among them are Paul C. Morton and Harvey Gilmore, chaplains in Ewell's corps. Rev. T. D. Witherspoon, chaplain of the 42d Mississippi, was returning to Virginia more than three weeks since with the body of his Colonel, R. H. Miller, and after passing Baltimore safely, and with a paper from the commanding officer at Fort McHenry giving him leave to come on, he was yet detained at Fortress Monroe just as the flag of truce boat was leaving, and sent to Fort Norfolk as a prisoner.