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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 2. 6 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 2., Chapter 17: Pope's campaign in Virginia. (search)
e special mention of the gallantry of Generals Augur, Geary, Williams, Gordon, Crawford, Prince, Green, and Roberts. Pope made his Headquarters at the house of Robert Hudson, the proprietor of the Rose Hill estate, on which, and that of Mrs. Crittenden, nearer the foot of Cedar Mountain, the principal part of the battle was fought. troops under General King; and ten regiments under General Stevens, that had just come Pope's Headquarters near Cedar Mountain. this was the appearance of Mr. Hudson's house on Rose Hill when the writer visited and sketched it, in October, 1866. Mr. Hudson and his family were living there. He was then seventy-five years of Mr. Hudson and his family were living there. He was then seventy-five years of age. They remained in the house during the battle. Several of Banks's cannon were planted near it, and several soldiers were killed in the yard in front and at the side of the house. Cedar Mountain, which is about a mile distant from Hudson's, is seen, in the sketch, between the two locust-trees on the right. up from the South
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.30 (search)
er; James Ford; Phil. Ford; Sam Foster; John J. Franklin; E. W. Fore. Walter L. Garden, wounded at Gaines' Mill; William E. Gaines; D. B. Garden; Thomas Garden; H. F. Gaines, killed in battle; Dr. John Garden; —— —— Guggenheimer. Charles Harvey, third sergeant; Samuel M. Hailey, wounded at Gaines's Mill; John T. Hagerman, lost leg at Gettysburg; S. Baxter Harvey, wounded at Frayser's Farm; R. F. Hutcheson, transferred to cavalry; Rich. Hammersley; John Harvey, killed at Gaines' Mill; Ro. Hudson; Charles W. Harvey, discharged from service on account of ill health; —— ——Haynes. William H. Jeffress, wounded at Williamsburg; E. M. Jackson, wounded at —— ; Theo. M. Jones, sergeant from 1861 to close of war, wounded at Williamsburg, Sharpsburg, and Second Cold Harbor; William H. Jones; James A. Jackson; —— ——Johnson, wounded at Hatcher's Run. George Kesee, killed at Williamsburg. John T. Lowry, wounded at Hatcher's Run; John Lawson; Thos. Lawson; George W.
ter be sent in to me as early after Christmas as possible. To those at a distance to whom I'm personally unknown. I beg to refer to the following persons: Dickinson. Hill & Co., Richmond; Dr. Thomas Latane, Arthur Temple. John Lumpkin. Thomas Fauntlercy. King and Queen county; Dr. F. O. Wheelwright Rev Thomas E. Locke, Westmoreland county; John L Latane, W. C. instance, Dr. John Lewis. King William county; Geo. Turner, Richard Turner. F. Maginniss Thomas Lee, King George county; Ro. Hudson Dr. John D. Butler. Caroline county; N. J. B. Whitlock, Dr. James H. Latane, Fd F. Noel, Bev, D Roy. J. Roy Micon. Wilsey Fogg, Geo. T. Wright, Essex county: Dr. Thomas C Clopton Jefferson Jasper C. Hughes, Gloucester county; Patkes Slater James City county; Dr. Ro. A. Payne, Richmond county; Wm. E. Clopton, Ro. Howle Dr. L. C. Crump. Jno. S, Lacy, R. T. Lac. New Kent county, Dabney Parrish Louisa county; Wm. D. Clopton. P. B. Foster. Cumberland county; W. W. Brown. Lunenburg county; J.