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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 10. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Kirby Smith's campaign in Kentucky. (search)
try forces, as I obtained them at the time, by my somewhat petinacious enquiries, from General Pegram, who, although without official reports, was necessarily, from his position, obliged to keep well informed. For fear of exaggeration I have rather reduced his estimates, as I now recall them: 1862.    August 13,General Kirby Smith's column6,000  August 14,General Heth's division3,000  August 25,General Reynold's brigade3,000  September 6,General Bragg's army23,000  September 7,Colonel Grace's regiment600  September 12,General Marshall's brigade4,000  September 18,General Stevenson's division10,000  September 28,Colonel Hilliard's legion2,000  October 1,General McCown with convalescents returning to their commands1,600    53,200 Deduct for loss in killed and wounded at Richmond500  Deduct for loss in killed and wounded at Perryville2,500  Deduct for loss For sickness, &c., &c. (large estimate)2,000    5,000 And it will be seen that there was someth
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 10. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The battle of the crater, July 30, 1864. (search)
four 20-pounder Parrotts. This battery was opposite the enemy's battery No. 1, and was intended to enfilade their lines as far as the Hare house and beyond. These were the batteries under my command on the 30th July, 1864. Elliott's brigade occupied the position marked A, the right being in a gorge line in rear of Pegram's battery, and the left extending to or near the ravine in front of Wright's battery. My recollection is that Ransom's brigade occupied the line on Elliott's left, and Grace's brigade on Ransom's left. I have no distinct recollection what troops were to Elliott's right and beyond the centre; I think Wise's brigade. I do not know who commanded the one-gun battery to the right of the crater. This gun was in a ravine or hollow; was intended to sweep the space in front of the salient on the right, but I am sure could not reach the enemy after they occupied our works. I understood at the time the assault was made that this gun was abandoned by those having it in
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 10. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Battle of Johnsonville. (search)
ed of yellow fever in Memphis. D. C. Jones, Third Lieutenant. Dr. Jacob Huggins, Surgeon. Walton's Battery. Edwin I. Walton, Captain, commanding. M. H. Trantham, First Lieutenant. G. C. Wright, Second Lieutenant. Willis O. Hunter, Third Lieutenant. Dr. R. P. Weaver, Surgeon. Thrall's Battery. J. C. Thrall, Captain, commanding; died of yellow fever in Memphis. R. S. Anderson, First Lieutenant. J. C. Barlow, Second Lieutenant. W. J. D. Winter, Third Lieutenant. Dr. J. L. Grace, Surgeon. We regret not being able to furnish a list of the names of the non-commissioned officers and men of the several batteries who took part in this engagement, especially the names of those who acted with conspicuous gallantry. No list could be had except Morton's battery. This account of the operations of Forrest's command at Johnsonville was written at the suggestion and request of Captain W. 0. Dodd, President of the Louisville Branch Southern Historical Society, to vind