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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.3 (search)
es (Young's and Dunovant's) from the A. N. V. to meet Sherman at Columbia, where General Wheeler was to report to General Hampton upon his arrival. Each general had a squad of scouts, who were brave and courageous men. I will give their names as I remember them: General Hampton's scouts were G. D. Shadbourn, sergeant commanding; Bob Shiver, W. W. Miller, D. F. Tanner, Phil Hutchinson, Jim Doolin, Jim Guffin, Lem Guffin, Walker Russell, David Smith, Jack Shoolbred,——Simons, Jim Sloan, Shake Harris, and R. B. Merchant. General Butler's scouts were Dick Hogan, sergeant commanding; Hugh K. Scott, Bernard King, Joel Adams, Jim Niblet,——Black, ——Ashley——, Callins——, Hodges, Bill Burness, Bill Turner, Pem Guffin, and a brave young lad from Virginia named Colvin, and also the fearless Captain James Butler. Colvin was killed just before Johnston surrendered. General Wheeler's scouts were commanded by Captain Shannon. The gallant General Butler commanded the rear guard. O
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Forty-Ninth N. C. Infantry, C. S. A. [from the Charlotte, N. C., Observer, October 20, 27, 1895.] (search)
royed her. Beyond these small results, however, nothing was accomplished, unless the whole movement was intended for a demonstration merely. During the entire day of February 2d, Company D, under Lieutenant Barrett, and Company E, under Captain E. V. Harris, occupied the skirmish line, the enemy keeping close within their works, and not venturing any movement or scarcely firing a shot from small arms or artillery. On the night of the 2d the column retraced its steps through the deep, muddyoints, losing, it was stated, more than 9,000 men, killed and wounded, besides 2,000 prisoners, colors and small arms captured in the undertaking. And when the victory was won, and the Forty-ninth was returning to its former position, Captain Edwin Victor Harris, of Company E, was shot through the neck, severing the main artery; and with his life blood gushing from his wound and his mouth, realizing his mortal calamity, but unable to speak, he extended his hand in farewell to Major Davis, and
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Historical sketch of the Rockbridge artillery, C. S. Army, by a member of the famous battery. (search)
h Corporal, John B. McCorkle. Privates. Agner, Joseph S. Beard, William B. Brockenbrough, Willoughby N. Coffee, Whitfield A. Conner, John Craig, John B. Davis, Mark Dudley, Ro. M. Ford, James A. Gold, John M. Harris, Alexander Hostetter, George W. Lepard, James N. Lewis, Ro. P. McCampbell, David A. McCluer, John G. Moore, John D. Morgan, George W. Phillips, James H. Raines, Archibald G. Silvey, James A. Smith, Joseph S. Thompson, John A. Trevy, Daniel J. Ayers, Napoleon B. Bane, Samuel R. Bumpus, William N., Jr. Conner, James A. Conner, Ro. P. Curran, Daniel Doran, John Ford, Henry F. Gibbs, John T., Jr. Gordon, William C. Harris, Bolin Johnson, William F. Lewis, Henry Leyburn, John (acting surgeon.) McCampbell, William A. Montgomery, William G. Moore, Samuel R., Jr. O'Rourke, Frank Rader, Daniel P. Rhodes, Jacob N. Smith, Adam Strickler, James
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Joseph Jones, M. D., Ll.D. (search)
pture of, 74. Fredericksburg, Battle of, 198. Gettysburg, Battle of, Charge of N. C. Troops in, 44, 158; Events Leading Up to; Address of Colonel Charles Marshall, 205; Pickett's Charge at, 229; Discussed, 253, 342, 348. Goode, Hon., John, 296. Gum Spring, N. C., Action at, 62. Half-Way House, 67. Hainesville, Va., Skirmish at, 106. Hampton (General Wade, and Butler, General M. C.), Exploits of; Charge, March 10, 1865, Haleck, General H. W., on Gen. Meade, 251. Harris, Captain E. V., killed, 73. Hartford Convention, The, 16. Hassell, Lieutenant, Theodore, killed, 172. Hatcher's Run, Battle of, 55. Hazlewood, Captain M. W., 229. Heintzelman, General S. P., 260. Heth, General H., on Battle of Gettysburg, 254, 351. Hill, General D. H., Estimate of, 197. Hoge, D. D., Rev M. D., 354. Hoke General R. F., 197. Hotchkiss, Mrs E. D., 368, 380. Howard, John, 176. Howlett's House, Capture of, 192. Hundley, General George J., 294. I am dying,