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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
Band. Sergeant-Major Jesse A. Adams, Mus'n Henry C. Turnago, Ord. Sergeant J. W. C. Young, Henry C. Adcock, Hosp'l Stew'd Peterson Thorpe Com'sy Sergeant Wm. B. Reyall Mus'n W. H. Rowland, W. H. Horn, Mus'n Burt. T. Sumerel, George L. Falls, M. R. Beam, Jacob C. Pearson. Co. A. 2d Sergeant Lewellyn Jones, Private Bryant Bass, Edwin Eastman, Welie Mercer, Private Edwin Lamb, Edwin Ethridge, Braswell Rentfroe. Co. B. Private Dan'l Billings, John Gregory, Private John S. Brown. Co. C. 4th Sergeant A. G. Gantt, 2d Corporal Lewis McDonald, 2d Sergeant W. L. Brown, Private J. Whistenad, S. A. Bryant, A. Mooney. Co. D. 1st Sergeant B. H. Bridges, 5th Sergeant Mark L. Carroll, Private G. W. Bowen, David Hamrick, Thos. Hamrick, R. E. Harrell, Private Wm. M. Harrell, D. D. Neal, A. Posten, W. S. Pryor, Wm. S. Pruett, Jacob Runyans. Co. E. 3d Corporal Elihu Briley, Private Jesse Adams, J. S. W. Brown,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
en, Surg. B. F, 275. Green, Capt. C. W., 17. Green, Capt. F. W., 70. Green, Ass't Surg. H. D., 177. Green, Lt. J. F ,94. Green, Corporal J. L., 28. Green, Maj J. W. 71. Green, Lt. J. R.,327. Green, Adj't L. J., 212. Green, Lt. M. R., 447 Green, Surg. N. P., 476. Green, Lt. T. F., 358. Green, Surg. W., 18. Green, Lt. W. H., 2. Greene, Ass't Surg. J. W., 10. Greene, Sgt. R. S. 16. Greene, Lt., Thos. T., 239. Gregory, Lt. B. P., 122. Gregory, Lt. E. J., 432. Gregory, Jr., Capt J M., 13. Gregory, Adj't T. D.. 286. Gregory, Surg. W. B., 94. Gregory, Maj W. F. C., 431. Gregory, Lt. W. R., 431. Grice, Ensign G. M., 145. Grier, Adj't C. E., 38 Grier, Capt. C. S ,403. Griffin, Capt. C. B., 17; Co. of, 31. Griffin, Maj. J. C , 170. Griffin, Lt. J. E , 359. Griffin, Ass't Eng. J. T., 2. Griffin, Lt. K. R., 441. Griffin, Lt. R. A., 95. Griggs, Col., Geo. K., 72. Griggs, Lt. R. L. B., 314. Grimes, Gen., Bryan, 237; Division of, 237; Detai
lery (heavy) of the fortifications on the Virginia side of the Potomac. The Pacific, Iron Mountain, and North Missouri Railroads, when diverge from Saint Louis, have been connected by the constitution of a line a long the levee. The work was done by General Fremont's order, to expedite the transportation of troops and warlike material. A jubilee was held over its completion. Major Lynde, who surrendered his command at Fort Fillmore to the Confederates a mouth or two since, has arrived at Hannibal under arrest. Jas. and John Gregory, and G. L. Saulsbury, suspected of connection with that ill-timed order, the Knights of the Golden Circle, have been arrested in Cleveland, Ohio. Henry Ward Beecher, who is said to be a clergyman, in one of his late sermons, according to the Boston Post, remarked "Slavery will go to hell where it came from. We shall conquer the rebels, not in our own strength, but the Almighty Lord will spank them in the natural order of Providence.