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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 7 1 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
eant J. E. Studly, 5th Sergeant J. S. Johns, 2d Corporal W. C. Hemmingway, Private B. J. Bakers, W. T. Beard, J. W. Besinger, Private D. Carter, T. K. Hemmingway, M. A. Kinard, N. B. Roads, J. M. Smith, D. O. Studly, H. B. Whitmore, A. J. Hughes. Co. H. 1st Sergeant W. A. Wofford, 2d Sergeant H. Yarborrough, 3d Sergeant J. M. Nichols, 4th Sergeant J. C. Skinner, 1st Corporal J. M. Smith, 2d Corporal A. B. C. Nichols, Private A. Gregory, W. H. Harrison, E. Harrison, J. L. Johnson, John Z. Lancastesr, M. B. Lee, Private Samuel McAbee, P. H. Otts, James Ramage, David Simpson, Sandford N. Smith, John Spillers, Ervin Stevenson, Mills Summers, Jno. K. Taylor, Robert Taylor, Wm. E. West, Hy. B. Yarborough. Co. I. 4th Sergeant D. B. McInnis, 5th Sergeant J. H. McCormick, Private J. A. Bundy, H. W. Buttler, E. T. Buttler, C. Baily, D. Campbell, A. Conard, Private W. Dilorn, H. Grey, E. Herring, S. Herring, D. M.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
eant W. H. Weeks, Private Wm. B. Aldridge, Thos. J. Aldridge, Samuel H. Avent, Wm. T. Browder, J. M. Bradshaw, Monroe J. Clardy, Edward D. Goodmyer, Peter D. Gittman, Jas. S. Inges, Private Marcus Jackson, Geo. A. Keys, John R. Land, Jas. T. Rainey, Cornelius N. Rash, Thos. S. Russell, Jesse E. Spiers, Geo. R. Stone, John B. Skinner, Winfield S. Taylor, Jas. C. Tudor, Jas. B. Welton. [23] Officers and men of First Company, Independent. Douglas C. Cannon, Private Edmund Harrison, 1st Lt. Com'g Co. Thomas Harrison, 1st Sergeant Constantine W. Young, Private Peter C. Hatcher, 4th Sergeant Frank M. Hyman, Scott L. Hefelfinger, 4th Corporal Oliver H. Pearre, Wm. H. Halstead, Private John Adam, Chas. E. James, David B. Bradford, Jas. H. Lenion, Jas. B. Brett, Robt. H. Lee, Robt. T. Blow, Richard B. Levy, Benj. W. Bussey, Jeremiah H. Nunnally, Wm. F. Bowie, Paul S. Bender, Edwin R. Beckwith, Chas. W. Spruill, Jas. R. Carroll, Edmund
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.24 (search)
Bridgeport. April 30, ‘64, 5th Mississippi Regiment. hand, G. F., Assistant Surgeon. Nov. 30, ‘62, 8th Mississippi Regiment. Died in Hospital, Nov. ‘62. Harrison, William B., Surgeon. Passed Board Aug., ‘62. Dec. 31, ‘62, Tullahoma Hospital. Hawkins, William H., Surgeon, appointed by Secretary of War, Aug. 25, ‘63, to. Dec. 31, ‘62, 31st Arkansas. May 9, ‘63, transferred Dept. Miss. Hall, B. W., contract $80, made by L. T. Penn, Rome, Ga. Sept. 23 ‘63, contract closed. Harrison, W. B., Assistant Surgeon. Dec. 31, ‘62, Cox's Battalion S. S., Bridgeport, Ala., Sept. 30, ‘63, 2d Georgia Battalion. Appointed by Secretary of War July 5, ‘62, ordered to report to Medical-Director Foard, Feb. 19, ‘64, ordered to report to General Roddy, to relieve Dr. M. Goodlet, Feb. 29, ‘64, 5th Alabama Cavalry. Harrison, Joseph, Surgeon. April 30, ‘64, 29th Alabama Regiment. Hoffman, John R., Assistant Surgeon, A. and I. G. O., Richmond. May 14, ‘6
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.27 (search)
those on the stand were General Fitz Lee, General William H. Payne, General Thomas L. Rosser, General W. McComb, General J. H. Lane, General George H. Steuart, General James L. Walker, Governor Charles T. O'Ferrall and staff, Colonels Cowardin, Boykin, Pleasants, Wingo, Harwood, Colonel J. K. Edmunds, of Lexington, who commanded the old Twenty-seventh Infantry in the Stonewall Brigade; Captain John Cussons, who was one of Marse Bob's most valued scouts; Judge George L. Christian, Professor Edmund Harrison, of Richmond College; Rev. G. T. Gray, of Blacksburg, chaplain of the cadet corps of that place; Major J. W. Stall, of Blacksburg; Lieutenant J. P. George, of the Fourth Virginia Cavalry; Captain W. H. Parker, who was in command of the navy-yard at Richmond during the war; Colonel L. D. Starke, who commanded at one time the Third North Carolina Infantry; Captain A. F. Bagby, of King and Queen, who had charge of a battery at the battle of the Crater; Colonel Dudley Evans, who comman
Mounted Rifles. --The under signed are engaged in raising a company of Mounted Rifles, the services of which to be offered to the State as soon as the organization is effected. Such persons in the country who are used to the rifle who wish to join will apply to us, at the office of the Virginia Life Insurance Company, or by letter. Uniforms free. John C. Maynard, Geo. A. Barksdale, Edmund Harrison, Norman S. Walker, P. C. Warwick, J. B. McCAW, my 9--2w Blair Burwell, Jr.
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.from the Camp at Ashland. Camp Ashland,Hanover county, May 14, 1861. Nothing of importance has transpired since my last. All is going on well. The different companies are drilling in squads up and down the race track, and in double quick time. I visited the Hospital this morning, and am happy to inform you that only two are on the sick list. With such kind treatment as they receive, I have no doubt in a few days they will be O. K. Last evening the Goochland Cavalry arrived at this Camp, and are quartered in the Methodist Church. They are a noble set of gentlemen — I think from eighty to one hundred men — commanded by Capt. Harrison. Havbloc
Mounted Rifles. --The under signed are engaged in raising a company of Mounted Rifles, the services of which to be offered to the State as soon as the organization is effected. Such persons in the country who are used to the rifle who wish to join will apply to us, at the office of the Virginia Life Insurance Company, or by letter. Uniforms free. John C. Maynard, Geo.A. Barksdale, Edmund Harrison, Norman S. Walker, P. C. Warwick, J. B. McCAW, my 9--2w Blair Burwell. Jr.