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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.24 (search)
Cavalry. Relieved and ordered to report to General Hill. Sept. 30, ‘63, 36th Alabama Regiment, Jan.. T., August 10, ‘63. Ordered to report to General Hill for duty Sept. 30, ‘63, 26th Tennessee Regirs A. T. July 25, ‘63, ordered to report to General Hill. July 31, ‘63, 19th and 24th Arkansas Regim A. T., Aug. 18, ‘63. Ordered to report to General Hill. Aug. 31, ‘63, 45th Alabama Regiment, Septeuarters A. T. Oct. 6, ‘63, assigned as Medical-Director Hill's Corps. Oct. 15, ‘64, assigned as Me4, transferred with command from Department. Hill, Robert E., Assistant Surgeon, passed Board Novth Texas. Aug. 31, ‘63, 10th Texas Regiment. Hill, J. R., Surgeon, Sept. 30th. Oct. 31, ‘63, 21st Regiment, Headquarters A. T., Tupelo, Miss. Hill, R. M., Surgeon. June 30, ‘64, 2d Alabama Cavalry. Hill, T. D., Assistant Surgeon. April 20, ‘64, ordered to report to Medical-Director Foard. Forrest, Sept. 1, ‘63, ordered to report to General Hill, Inspector Breckenridge's Division, Jan., ‘
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.26 (search)
the siege. From the 8th to the 21st of May, in this campaign, owing to the sickness of General A. P. Hill, Major-General Early, by assignment of Lee, commanded his corps. But Hill returning to duHill returning to duty, Early had scarce gone back to his own division when Ewell, who had become an invalid from the loss of his leg at Second Manassas, became disqualified for field duty, and Early succeeded to his plan the late war, or to afford opportunities for such leaders as Lee, Joseph E. Johnston, Ewell, A. P. Hill, Jackson, Stuart, and Early. The fact is that since the battle of Sedgmoor, fought August 5, enemy. Unable for the moment to find Ewell, the corps commander, he sent a note to Lieutenant-General A. P. Hill, urging him to assume responsibility of ordering all the troops present to assail Ced and Virginia, which he defended, owe it to themselves to build it here. Lee and Jackson and A. P. Hill, yon Howitzer upon your highway, and yon sentinel upon the hilltop will be lonesome till Stuar
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.27 (search)
men. John Bowie Strange Camp, Charlottesville, Captain Garnett commanding; 150 in line. Pierre-Gibson Camp, Culpeper, D. J. Kyle commanding; seventy-seven men. Magruder-Ewell Camp, Williamsburg, J. D. Moncure commanding; forty men. A. P. Hill Camp Drum-Corps, T. Tence drum-major. A. P. Hill Camp, Petersburg, W. Gordon McCabe commanding; 125 men. Page Puller Camp, Gloucester, R. N. Page commanding; forty men. Niemeyer-Shaw Camp, Berkeley, D. A. Sawyer commanding; forty men. A. P. Hill Camp, Petersburg, W. Gordon McCabe commanding; 125 men. Page Puller Camp, Gloucester, R. N. Page commanding; forty men. Niemeyer-Shaw Camp, Berkeley, D. A. Sawyer commanding; forty men. Lee-Jackson Camp, Lexington, William T. Poague commanding; twenty-five men. Charles Fisher Camp, Salisbury, N. C., T. B. Beall commanding; fifty men. Zzzpalmetto Vets. The veterans of the Survivors' Association of South Carolina were escorted by a detachment of ten cadets from the South Carolina Military Institute, under command of Captain Lipsey. Each member of the Palmetto State delegation carried a brach of palmetto. The Howitzer veterans, abouty 60 strong, were close behind t