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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Sketch of Company I, 61st Virginia Infantry, Mahone's Brigade, C. S. A. (search)
Sketch of Company I, 61st Virginia Infantry, Mahone's Brigade, C. S. A. [Furnished for publication by the son of Major Charles R. McAlpine, Mr. Newton McAlpine, Portsmouth, Va.—Ed.] The Rebel Grays were organized June 16, 1861, at the Glebe School-house, Norfolk county, Virginia. Number of men, 63. In August the company was, as Company G, assigned to the 41st Regiment of Virginia Infantry, under the command of Colonel John R. Chambliss, stationed at Ferry Point (now Berkeley). In September, 1861, it was ordered with the regiment to Sewell's Point. In April, 1862, the army was reorganized, and at that and other times there was assigned to this company 39 members, increasing the number to 102. Volunteers, 76; conscripts, 22, and substitutes, 4. From Norfolk county, 68; Portsmouth city, 23; Norfolk city, 2; Suffolk, 3; unknown, 3; Petersburg, I; Greensville county, i, and Gates county, N. C., 1. Total number of deserters, 35. Deserted at the evacuation of Norfolk in Ma
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.53 (search)
Roanoke Grays. [from the Richmond Dispatch, July 26, 1896.] Muster-Roll of the Company and some of its Casualties. Mount Meridian, Va., July 19, 1896. To the Editor of the Dispatch: I venture to send you the muster-roll of Company F, Roanoke Grays, of the Twenty-eighth Virginia Regiment, and some of its casualties during the late war: M. P. Dyesley, captain; killed at Williamsburg. George McH. Gish, first lieutenant; promoted to captain. Richard Oliver, first lieutenant; rRoanoke Grays, of the Twenty-eighth Virginia Regiment, and some of its casualties during the late war: M. P. Dyesley, captain; killed at Williamsburg. George McH. Gish, first lieutenant; promoted to captain. Richard Oliver, first lieutenant; resigned. Hoge, first lieutenant; wounded at Gaines' Mill. S. A. Repass, second lieutenant; captured at Gettysburg. H. S. Trout, second lieutenant; served during the war. Charles Burwell, second lieutenant; resigned. William Watts, second lieutenant; promoted to major. N. M. Read, first sergeant; elected lieutenant Company E, Twenty-eighth Regiment. M. P. Preston, first sergeant; detached to Quartermaster's Department. Andrew Lewis, first sergeant; discharged (non-residen
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)
in Texas. 41. Reynolds, Captain, Albert, 205 Richardson Guards, Madison county, Company A, 7th Virginia Infantry, Roll of, 361. Richardson, General William H., 363. Riddell, Dr. Thomas J., 323. Roane, Lieutenant, killed, 207. Roanoke Grays, Muster-roll and casualties of, 291. Roller, A. H., 294. Ruggles, General, Daniel, 66. Ruffin, Edmond, 111. Ruffin, Julian M., 111. Sailor's Creek, Battle of, 83, 250. St Nicholas, Capture of the Federal steamer, 88. Salem Churces City, 353. Virginia Infantry, 7th, Roll of Company A, 361; roll of Company I, 115; 18th, record and roll of Company G, 37; 49th, roll of Company G, 171; 56th, roll and movements of Company I, 210; 61st, record and roster of Company I, Rebel Grays, 98, 104. Virginia Legislature, Federal permission for it to convene in 1865, 352. Walker, John C., 41. Wallace, General W. H. L., 131. Waller, Major, Thomas, 214. Walthall, General E. C., 67. Weeks, Ph. D., Stephen B., 1. Weitzel, G
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.military Organizations in Roanoke — gloriousreception of Louisianian, &c. Salem, May 4th, 1861. This has been a big day in Salem. The 157th Regiment was out in full force; besides which, the Salem Flying Artillery, Roanoke Grays, and two other volunteer companies, not fully organized, were all on parade, giving our town a lively appearance. After brief but stirring addresses from Geo. P. fayloe, Esq., our delegate to the State Convention, Colin Bass and Henry A. Edmundson, Esqs., a large number of volunteers stepped from the militia ranks, and are now in process of organization. While this was going on, the telegraph announced that at 2 o'clock a large number of troops from Louisiana would arrive at the depot and partake of any refreshments our citizens might have in readiness. Notice was immediately given to the citizens, who responded promptly and cheerfully. to the call.--A large number of families sent what was intended for th