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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 6 0 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 7. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
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Joseph T. Derry , A. M. , Author of School History of the United States; Story of the Confederate War, etc., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 6, Georgia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 1 1 Browse Search
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ursuit of the retreating forces of the enemy. The following is a complete revised list of the casualties up to the present date: Field and Staff--Major S. P. Lee, arm amputated at shoulder; Sergeant-Major Henry S. Small, killed. Company A.--Corporal John L. Little, killed; Sergeant William Parris, wounded slightly, leg; Sergeant Charles N. Osgood, leg, severe; privates, Augustus Emery, side, severely; Ed. S. Ramsey, hand, slightly; Corporal Jona Newcomb, wounded and prisoner; privates,Wm. Hughes, prisoner; Wm. F. Crocker, missing; Phineas Small, missing; Oliver Webber, missing; Edgar W. Preble, missing. Company B.--Sergeant Asa C. Rowe, killed; privates, John Jones killed; Nathan Call, leg amputated: First Sergeant Hannibal Johnson, prisoner; privates, Joseph Winslow, missing; Enoch Barker, missing; Charles Gannett, prisoner. Company C.--Private Horace Dale, killed; First Sergeant Parlin Crawford, wounded in arm; Corporal Danforth M. Maxcy, leg amputated; privates, Da
h we captured,. it was evident they were sending forces in all directions to intercept us. The Amite River — a wide and rapid stream — was to be crossed, and there was but one bridge by which it could be crossed, and this was in exceeding close proximity to Port Hudson. This I determined upon securing before I halted. We crossed it at midnight, about two hours in advance of a heavy column of infantry and artillery, which had been sent there to intercept us. I moved on to Sandy Creek, where Hughes's cavalry, under Lieutenant-Colonel Wilburn, were encamped, and where there was another main road leading to Port Hudson. We reached this point at first dawn of day, completely surprised and captured the camp with a number of prisoners. Having destroyed the camp, consisting of about one hundred and fifty tents, a large quantity of ammunition, guns, public and private stores, books, papers, and public documents, I immediately took the road from Baton Rouge. Arriving at the Commite River,
Joseph T. Derry , A. M. , Author of School History of the United States; Story of the Confederate War, etc., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 6, Georgia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Chapter 6: (search)
companies. It was with Gen. Wade Hampton in the campaign of the Carolinas, in the spring of 1865, and surrendered with the rest of the army near Goldsboro, April 26th. The First Georgia regiment, partisan rangers, had for its colonel, A. A. Hunt. This was the same as the Sixteenth battalion of cavalry. The First battalion Georgia cavalry had the following officers: Maj. Robert H. Anderson, Adjt. R. Wayne, Robert Grant, Asst. Quartermaster R. H. Footman, Capts. O. C. Hopkins, William Hughes, Jr., and Obiah Winn. This battalion served on the Georgia coast. It was raised to a regiment styled the Fifth Georgia cavalry, a sketch of which has already been given. The First battalion Georgia cavalry, No. 2, was composed of the companies of Capts. O. G. Cameron, John Shawhan, James M. Thomas, Ezekiel F. Clay, John B. Holliday, R. G. Stoner, P. M. Millen. This battalion became part of the Twentieth battalion of Georgia cavalry. The Second battalion Georgia cavalry, Lieut.-Col
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
d Sergeant G. A. Drennan, 3d Sergeant W. A. Fudge, 4th Sergeant T. W. Whiteside, 5th Sergeant W. H. Crain, 1st Corporal D. J. Wylie, 2d Corporal J. M. Fudge, 3d Corporal I. N. Jamison, Private A. J. Barnes, J. T. Backstom, J. P. Benson, Frank Bigham, D. R. S. Blake, R. N. Blanks, B. F. Culp, T. F. Clinton, W. J. Clinton, L. H. Dye, W. N. Elder, H. W. Fudge, J. B. Fudge, Perry Ferguson, Private E. H. Ferguson, W. P. Ferguson, J. P. Gaston, Wm. Hicklin, Wm. Hughes, Wm. Kitchins, Jas. Kitchins, Wm. M. Kee, Thaddeus McFadden,. J. G. McFadden, J. S. McCullough, J. J. Nichols, John Procter, R. C. C. Reid, G. W. Reid, C. A. K. Reid, C. R. Sibley, J. T. Wylie, D. J. Wylie, R. P. Workman, J. D. Williamson, G. R. Dale. Co. B. 2d Sergeant J. P. Garrison, 4th Sergeant W. E. Turner, 5th Sergeant J. Z. Porter, 2d Corporal J. M. Armstrong, 3d Corporal J. W. Spratt, Private W. T. Alderson, Z. Bales, R. G. Bennett, P. S.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Historical sketch of the Rockbridge artillery, C. S. Army, by a member of the famous battery. (search)
are, and very few streams crossed the pike. Canteens, which were in camp voted a nuisance, were in demand on that march. Whilst at Darkesville on 3d July, William Hughes joined the company, also Beverley R. Jones; and on the 5th, William G. Williamson joined us; and on the 6th, Robert B. McKim, a student of the University of Ver 5th; J. Gregory Clark, July 13th; George W. Conner, July 11th; John M. Goul, July 13th; Ferd. Hetterick, August 13th; James Rutherford Houston, July 25th; William Hughes, July 22d; L. S. Macon, July 31 (elected sheriff); O. M. Marshall, August 1st; Thompson B. Maury, July 19th; John H. Moore, July 20th; Phil Nelson, August 11t Herndon, Francis T. Hetterick, Ferdinand Hitner, John K. Holmes, John A. Hostetter, George W. Houston, James Rutherford Houston, William W. Hughes, William Hummerickhouse, John R. *Hyde, Edward H. Johnson, Lawson W. Johnson, Thomas E. *Johnstone, William F. Jones, Beverly R. *Jordan, Jo
answer at the next term. Wm. F. Simms, indicted for an assault, gave bail to appear at the December term. Thomas Jones, W. B. Jones, B. W. Joiner, William T. King,Wm. H. Tyler and J. S. Robertson, informations for misdemeanors.-- Nolle prossequi entered by advice of the Court. Edward Moore, indicted for a misdemeanor was tried, found guilty, and sentenced to jail for six months. Charles Ripley, found guilty of a misdemeanor, paid the fine and costs, and was discharged. Thomas Collins, indicted for a misdemeanor gave ball to answer at the next term. John O'Keafe and Arthur B. O'Keafe, indicted for a misdemeanor were found guilty by the jury and fined The Court then sentenced them to thirty years imprisonment in jail. William Hughes, convicted of misdemeanor in November, 1859, and sentenced to jail for one year, was discharged from prison, he being insolvent and unable to pay the fine and costs. The Court then adjourned to the next regular term.