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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
as. Hatcher, private, vol. aid, 4th Regiment Va. Cavalry. E. A. Moore, private, courier, Rockbridge Artillery, Hardaway's Batt. A. Stephen Dandridge, private, courier, Rockbridge Artillery, Hardaway's Batt. W. J. Joyner, private, courier, Co. B, Lane's Battalion Artillery. R. R. Brown, private, courier, Co. B, Lane's Battalion Artillery. S. Hester, private, courier, Co. C, Lane's Battalion Artillery. W. W. Palmer, private, clerk, 1st Richard Howitzers, Cabell's Batt. Robt. Harvey, private, driver, Co. A, Amherst Artillery. Alex. Moran, private, driver, Woolfolk's Battery, Huger's Batt. S. E. Holt, private, 2d Co. Washington Artillery. Wm. H. Cautzon, private, 4th Co. Washington Artillery. Norman Bell, Norfolk L. A. Blues. Dan'l Blain, Ord. Sergt. and clerk headquarters Rockbridge Artillery. [13] Roll of Non-Commissioned officers and privates to be paroled from Braxton's Artillery Battalion. Field and Staff. Sergeant-Major F. D Hume, one
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
Lt. J. P , 467. Harris, Chaplain J. R., 286. Harris, Gen. N. H , Brigade of, 326. Harris, Capt. R , 204. Harris, W. E., 22. Harris, Lt. W. M., 326. Harrison, Lt. J. T., 447. Harrison, Lt. R. P., 404. Harrison, Lt. R. S , 10. Harrison, Lt., Thos. E., 239. Harrison, Capt. U. S., 286. Harrison, Capt. W. E., 161. Harron, Capt. B. M. 467. Hart, Ass't Surg. E. M., 485. Hart, Lt J. T , 275. Hartzog, Lt. A. C., 383. Harvey, Lt. E. M., 432. Harvey, Lt. N. B., 449. Harvey, Robert, 28. Harvie, Capt. L. E., 467. Harvie, Major W. O., 2. Hasell, Lt. N. J., 368. Haskell, Col. A. C., 472, 479, 484. Haskell, Capt. J. C , 41. Haskell, Lt.-Col. J. C , 15; Staff of, 46; Battalion of, 7, 47. Hatcher, Chas , Vol. Aid, 27. Hatcher, Capt. J. J, 145. Hatcher's Run, Battle of, IV. Havis, Capt. J. J., 313. Hawes, G. Percy, 21. Hawes, Capt., Thos. D., 110. Hawks, Lt. Geo., 449. Haves, Lt. J ,56 Hayes, Lt. J. N., 314. Haymond, Major A. F., 189. Hayolett
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.10 (search)
y's bravest boys). Killed in battle at Port Republic. John J. Cobb, fourth sergeant. A good soldier, and was severely wounded at battle of Chancellorsville, and died since the war. S. Branch Hunt, first corporal. No truer or better man belonged to Jackson's Corps. His health failed him and he was retired; died since the war. R. H. Amos, second corporal. Discharged May, 1862, on account of defective vision. A. W. Cade, third corporal. A good man — an excellent soldier. Robert Harvey, fourth corporal. No truer or better soldier belonged to this old company. Privates. Adams. A. B. A most excellent soldier; was wounded at the battle of Port Republic, and served to end of war. Armistead, Robert H. Wounded at McDowell, Chancellorsville, and at Richmond. Allen, Willie. Died in hospital, 1862. Amos, W. S. Discharged; over age. Allen, Wesley. Put in a substitute in 1862, and afterwards served through the war in the Fourth Virginia Cavalry. Armistead,
er the right shoulder. Officer Perrin afterwards met Brannan and Lee, both of whom were intoxicated, and heard Lee say that he had stabbed three men; that he had stabbed Bob England to the heart, and would have done more if he had not lost his knife. A knife was ubsequently found on England's premises, lying in a pool of blood. Several respectable persons gave Lee an excellent character; they had never known him to be engaged in any difficulty previous to this occurrence. The Mayor sent the parties on, to be examined before a called Court on the 6th of February. Robert Flower, charged with stealing a coat from Robert Harvey's servant, and a cheese from Charles Floyd, was remanded for trial before the Hustings Court. Robert Gillen, for allowing negroes to assemble unlawfully at his house, was find $10. The vagrant population was pretty strongly represented at Court yesterday. Thos. Massee and Jacob Yaglefitz were committed to jail, and the others were discharged.
Wanted to Hire Negroes.-- I wish to hire 100 Negroes, (men and Boys,) for the remainder of this year, to work on a Railroad in North Carolina, principally between the towns of Rockingham and Charlotte, and lying south and west of Danville, In this State. The country is high and healthy, apply to Wm. S. Phillips, of Richmond, or myself. Robert Harvey, Contractor. mh 22--dts
Wanted — to Hire Negroes. --I wish to hire 100 Negroes, (men and boys,) for the remainder of this year, to work on a Railroad in North Carolina, principally between the town of Rockingham and Charlotte, and lying south and west of Danville, in this State. The country is high and healthy. Apply to Wm. S. Phillips, of Richmond, or myself. Robert Harvey, Contractor. mh 22--dts
Wanted. --to Hire Negroes,--I wish to hire 100 Negroes, (men and Boys,) for the remainder of this year, to work on a Railroad in North Carolina, principally between the towns of Rockingham and Charlotte, and lying south and west of Danville, in this State. The country is high and healthy. Apply to Wm. S. Phillips, of Richmond, or myself. Robert Harvey, Contractor. mh 22--dts
Wanted. --to Hire Negroes.--I wish to hire 100 Negroes, (men and boys,) for the remainder of this year, to work on a Railroad in North Carolina, principally between the towns of Rockingham and Charlotte, and lying south and west of Danville, in this State. The country is high and healthy. Apply to Wm. S. Phillips, of Richmond, or myself. Robert Harvey. Contractor. mh 22--dts
Wanted — to Hire Negroes. --I wish to hire 100 Negroes, (men and Boy) for the remainder of this year, to work on a Railroad in North Carolina, principally between the towns of Rockingham and Charlotte, and lying south and west of Danville, in this State. The country is high and healthy. Apply to Wm. 8 Phillips Richmond, or myself. Robert Harvey, Contractor. mh --dis
Wanted. --to Hire Negroes.--I wish to hire 100 Negroes, (men and Boys,) for the remainder of this year, to work on a Railroad in North Carolina, principally between the towns of Rockingham and Charlotte, and lying south and west of Danville, in this State. The country is high and healthy. Apply to Wm. S. Phillips, of Richmond, or myself. Robert Harvey, Contractor. mh 22--dts
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