Gray, John W. Gilham, L. H. Gates, A. W. Garber, A. N. Gill, John Gilliam, Lieut. John W. Gordon.
Charles Herbert, G. Percy Hawes, Lieutenant E. G. Hollis, Frank D. Hill, Philip Haxall, Charles M. Hopkins, S. H. Hawes, John T. Hartman, F. Hebring, Colonel Randolph Harrison, Charles H. Hasker, Major Charles Howard, D. C. Hill, JVeterans of the Mexican war; survivors Twenty-third Virginia; Company I, Sixth Virginia Cavalry; Louisa Veterans.
Howitzer veteran Association,
under Captain Frank D. Hill.
The following is the roster of the Association:
First Company Howitzers.—Captain William P. Palmer, Lieutenant Daniel S. McCarthy, Lieutenant T. D. MoS. Carter, Charles T. Crane, Henry Crane, Alexander Duval, John S. Ellett, L. B. Franklin, James A. Grigg, Samuel Gouldin, George P. Hughes, Stephen B. Hughes, Frank D. Hill, S. Horace Hawes, Julian McCarthy, William H. McCarthy, Carlton McCarthy, Polk Miller, William J. Mann, Joseph E. Maxey, J. Blythe Moore, James G. Tinsley, Luc
held a drill in their armory, Captain John A. Hutchinson commanding.
There was a full attendance, and the members of the Howitzer Association were present in force.
Upon the conclusion of the drill the two bodies held a joint meetins, Captain Frank D. Hill, president of the Howitzer Association, presiding.
Captain Hill presented to the Howitzers an offering from the Washington Artillery, New Orleans, with the following remarks:
One month ago we had as our guests that grand old battaliCaptain Hill presented to the Howitzers an offering from the Washington Artillery, New Orleans, with the following remarks:
One month ago we had as our guests that grand old battalion, the Washington Artillery from New Orleans—men who, twenty-nine years ago, left their homes and firesides, came on to Old Virginia to assist us in that struggle which lasted for four long and eventful years.
They were men whom we may be justly proud of, and we feel highly honored that they were our distinguished guests.
Although cut off from their homes and friends they continued shoulder to shoulder with us, and after a record second to none in the annals of our war, after the roar of thei
ge, D. D., Rev. M. D. Prayer of at Laying the Corner-stone of the Lee Monument, 204; his tribute to General R. E Lee, 353.
Hollywood Association, Aid of, for the Lee Monument.
Honey Hill, Battle of, 74.
Hope, James Barron. His poem Memoriae Sacrum, 209.
Hornets' Nest Riflemen of N. C., 295.
Houston, Hon., Samuel, 144.
Howard, Gen. O. O., 73.
Howitzer Veteran Association, Roster of the, 28; action on receiving mementoes from the Washington Artillery, with remarks of Captain F. D. Hill, 310.
Huguenots, The, 5.
Huntersville, W Va. Loss of Stores at, in 1862; Union sentiment at, 169.
Iverson, General, 80.
Jackson, Major George T, 76.
Jackson, General Henry R., 75; Order of, 167.
Jackson, Colonel, Win. L., Letter of in 1862, 169.
Johnson, General, Edward, 166.
Johnston, General Joseph E., Estimate of General R. E. Lee, 318.
Jones, Jr., Ll.D., Colonel C. C., 60.
K Company, 34th Virginia, 284.
Kansas-Nebraska Act, 438.