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The Daily Dispatch: may 7, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 17. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.14 (search)
creditable showing, and their movements were very soldierly. The Fourth regiment came first, and was commanded by Colonel H. C. Hudgins. There were ten companies in all, two of which marched as one, and about 380 men. The companies were: Old Dominion Guard, of Portsmouth, Captain J. M. Binford, 41 men; Lee Rifles, of Norfolk, Captain George W. Taylor, 37 men; Old Dominion Light Infantry, of Smithfield, Captain E. A. Morrison, 26 men; Petersburg Grays, Captain F. R. Lassiter, 43 men; Nottoway Grays, Captain J. M. Harris, 24 men; Farmville Guard, Captain W. S. Paulett, 23 men; Portsmouth Rifles, Captain W. C. Williams, 43 men; City Guard, of Norfolk, Captain H. Hodges, 36 men. The ambulance corps—Dr. Bilisoly, surgeon—accompanied the regiment. Captain Pigg commanded the Third regiment, which was headed by the Alexandria drum corps, and the companies: Alexandria Light Infantry, Captain G. A. Mushback, 36 men; Culpeper Minute-Men, Captain A. McDonald Green, 36 men; Monticello Guard
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The laying of the corner-stone of the monument to President Jefferson Davis, (search)
d, 101. Newmarket, Heroism of the V. M. I. Cadets at 302. North Anna, Battle of, 262, 266. North Carolina; Armory Guards, 6th Battalion, 231: 22d Infantry, History of the, 256; 28th Infantry, History of the, 324; University of, 1; Union sentiment in 1861, and the action of the Assembly of, 5; its Alumni in public and military life, 9, 11; losses of the troops in the C. S. Army, 17; supplied the Confederacy by blockade running, 36; soldiers of, paroled at Appomattox C. H., 254 Nottoway Grays, Company G, 18th Virginia Infantry, Organization and record of, 237 Old Dominion Dragoons, Roll of, 187. Ox Hill, Battle of, 331. Parrott, W. A., 115. Pawnee, The Federal gunboat, 90. Perry, Leslie J., 145. 301. Pettigrew, General J., 16, 260. Pickett, General George E., Appointment of to West Point; his characteristics, 151. Pickett, Mrs. La Salle Corbeil, 154. Polk, General, Leonidas, 130. Pope, Movements in the war of General John, 353. Pouncing on pickets, 21
Getting in Trim. --The following companies, all from the South-Side, now encamped at the Central Fair Grounds, have been formed into a Battalion and placed in charge of Major Samuel Garland, Jr. of the Lynchburg Home Guard, viz: Home Guard, Farmville Guards, Rifle Grays, Company A, Nottoway Rifles, Nottoway Grays, Spring Garden Blues, Prospect Blues, and Charlotte Rifles. Their commander is fast succeeding in making the Battalion into a most effective engine of war. Getting in Trim. --The following companies, all from the South-Side, now encamped at the Central Fair Grounds, have been formed into a Battalion and placed in charge of Major Samuel Garland, Jr. of the Lynchburg Home Guard, viz: Home Guard, Farmville Guards, Rifle Grays, Company A, Nottoway Rifles, Nottoway Grays, Spring Garden Blues, Prospect Blues, and Charlotte Rifles. Their commander is fast succeeding in making the Battalion into a most effective engine of war.