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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), From Fredericksburg, 1862, to the end of the Gettysburg campaign, July 31, 1863. (search)
love the man, and there began a friendship that lasted throughout the war, and has continued to this day. Many of us were anxious to see Colonel Munford promoted. When I guardedly referred to this no word of complaint fell from his lips. Only the good of the service and an ardent desire to contribute all in his power to this end seemed to move him. The Wilderness campaign opened in May, 1864, and our deliberations at Orange Courthouse were ended by a summons from headquarters to join our respective commands. I can never forget a prophetic remark of Rev. J. C. Hiden at Orange. As we mounted our horses he said; I hear the guns now. The next thing I expect to learn will be that you gentlemen are killed. In a few days we saw Captain Fox, and Hammond—than whom I never knew more gallant men—fall near the glorious Stuart at Yellow Tavern. At Trevillian's the noble-hearted Carter fell, leading the 3rd regiment, boys whom he loved so well, and every one of whom he could call by n