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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Muster Roll of the Holcombe Guards. (search)
oombs, killed at Bull Run; J. W. Taylor, dead; A. J. Thurston, dead; George Thurston, dead; R. C. Via, T. Via, E. H. Ward, J. W. Walton, dead; B. F. Wheeler, dead; A. F. Wood, dead; W. T. Wood, dead; E. M. Wolfe, T. B. Wolfe, J. A. Wyant, killed at Dinwiddie Courthouse; W. W. Woods, killed second battle of Manassas; W. P. Woods, J. F. Wiseman. Original number, seventy-one. Following are the names of recruits: T. C. Clarke, J. L. Clarke, died in prison; Tobe Clarke, died in prison; Jimmie Harris, C. Ballard, killed at Dinwiddie Courthouse; Marion Ballard, killed at Frazer's Farm; R. Thurston, John Thurston, J. T. Thurston, R. Rea, R. A. Toombs, W. S. Chapman, W. G. Herndon, died at Point Lookout; W. H. Herring, killed at Gettysburg; Charles Racer, W. O. Sandridge, Dick Sandridge, died at Point Lookout; J. R. Slater, Joe Clements, N. Cox, died at Point Lookout; J. Fielding, Hamilton Lasley. The company was first under fire at Bull Run, July 18, 1861, and was in every battle un
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.54 (search)
r to the War Department, dated June 11th, he states that the meeting took place at his house in Cincinnati on June 8th, and this is what he says of it: We sat up all night, talking about matters of common interest. Buckner gave me his word that should any Tennessee troops cross the frontier of Kentucky, he would use all the force at his disposal to drive them out, and, failing in that, would call on me for assistance. He went to Tennessee after leaving here, to present that view to Governor Harris. It is to be noticed that in this letter McClellan makes no allusion to any pledges to Buckner in return for this assurance. Only a few days after this meeting, however, McClellan had news that at least two Tennessee regiments had orders or were already moving to occupy Island No.1, just below Cairo, and on June 11th, the same day he informed the department of the meeting at Cincinnati, he wrote promptly to both Magoffin and Buckner to notify them of this breach of our understanding